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The Godkin Tramway. Opening Ceremony. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 February 1891

Tlje Godkin Traiqway. Opening Ceremony. On Saturday morning last tho first section of tho tramway to bo constructed by tho Godkin Silver Mining Company, from their property in the Wliyte River district to Waratnh, was opened with much ceremony by the Hon. the Minister of Lands and Works. Them were also present the Hon. Wm. Moore, M.L.C., Messrs, C. B. M. Feutou, and and W. H. Gill, M's.H.A., Mr. F. Penu Smith legal manager, Mr. Norman Godkin, Mr. A. It. Browne mine manager, the con tractors for the train and a largo numbor of minor) and others. The section of tramway opened wns from tho mine to tho bridge over the Whyte River, a distance of about three miles. Tho pnrty arrived at tho mine on Friday night from Wamtah nnd were made as comfortable ns possible by Mr. llrowne. Early on Satur day morning the mine wns inspected, nnd nt noon an excellent luncheon was partaken of. Afterwards, in tho presence o£ the whole company, Mr. Pilllngcr declared the tramway open for trallic, anil expr...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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CONVEYANCES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 February 1891

C0NVI3VAN0BS The mail cart (talcsnp passengers) leaves Stanley for Wynyard dally at 8 a.m. j tewing Wynyard each day for Stanley at 8 a.m. Fares 12/. Wiseman's coaches lcavo Wynyard daily for Ulvcrstone, nt 8\'l0 n.m., and 8-.10 p.m., leaving Burnie nt 10 a.m. and IWI0 p.m. Fares— Wynyard to Ulvcrstono, 8/. j Wynyard to I3urnio, 8/. j Burnio to Ulvorstono, 5/. A train leaves Burnie each day for Waratah at 8 a.m., returning from Waratah at 2 p.m. Trains leave Ulvcrstonc for Launcoston twice daily at 6'30 a.m., and 1-35 p.m. Note. — Coaches and Trains do not run on Sundays. The T.S.N. Co.'s Btoamors Icavo Burnie every Wednesday af ternoou for Melbourne, leaving Mclbourno every Saturday for Burnio, and leaving Burnie for Dovonport and Launcoston every Sunday morning. MISCELLANEOUS. Sittings of ths Supreme Court in its Small Debts jurisdiction, for cases up to £100, will bo held at Burulo on Jauuary 24. April 18, August 8, October 24 ; at Ulverstono on January 23, April 17, August 7, Oc...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 February 1891

News in Brief. In 'ail probability Victoria will be reprc-. sonted at thctRoyal Agricultural Socictys show'in England next June. Tho largest plate of glass ever cast in the world-was drawn from the annealing furnaces j. at' the, Diamond Plato Glaaa Factory at '?' Kohomo .recently. It measures 145 by 195 inches, weighs 20001b., ondis porfeet in every particular' .-'??'? . : Tbo largest fee. ever paid to a lawyer in the United States was £10,000. Tho recipient pi this princely sum was Mr. H. O. Terry, ipHio was figKthing a case against' the ?'Municipality of Philadelphia. Tho hen that produces well usually lays eggs that will hatch well, as the Very fact that she js a good layer is proof that she is in excellent condition, the consequence being that the 'chicks will come out strong and vigorous, and a greater number of the eggs will bo forBlc; '.. .._ MBjertljfrr~21,000 tons of cement, .700,000. cubic feet ! of ? granite, and 117,000 cubic yards of;. masonry were employed in the' foun...

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General Information. POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 February 1891

General Information. POST OJ-TIOK REGULATIONS. M3W8PAl'i:Ur\ — TiU'liimilaii newspapers go free within tli- ; colony, or to any 'Aimlniliiin colony and New Zealand, U posted within seven days after publication | over novel! iluyB, half-penny each. Tasinnulim nuws papers for places outnlili- the colonies, half penny each j re-p-Mtc-l intercolonial or foreign newspapers, hulf-puuny each ; bulk parcels of newspapers posted by any publisher or newsvendor, ./I per lb. POSTOAMS to any of tho Australasian colonies, ,/l each j to Grent Hrittain ./2 each. Postage Fees. — Letters and packets must be prepaid by stumps j thoso to be loft till railed for, or for delivery within the same town, must bear a penny stamp for every half-ounce j inland ami intercolonial lottcre, ./2 for every half-ounce ; letters for United Kingdom, for every half-ounce, ./2{ by any route ; packets ocontaining gold, ./2 per ounce. Re-directed Correspondence. — Inland letter, .12 each : Intercolonial letters .12 ner hal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 February 1891

?artaw notices). J. DUDFIELD, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AKD FANCY REPOSITORY, Wilson Street, Burnie. RUDGE AND HARRIS, MAIN STREET, ZEEHAN. (It. H. Y. RtTDOE, lato Manager of National Bank, Wynynrd, Tasmania). CJ. 0. Habbis, lato of Port Pirie, South I — Australia, nnd Wynyojd Tasmania). I AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION, FINANCIAL, MINING ?^AND GENERAL AGENTS. Hotel and Business Brokers and : Valuators. Phoduoe and Stock Sales Held REQDLAKLY. Cheap Crockery. GrEO. HtJBBARD, . DIRECT IMPORTER OP Chlna,Crlass, ft Earthenware, Launceston, Tasmania. Goods carefully packed and sent to all part* of the North West Coast. . Price lists on application: Wool, Skin, and General Produce Stores, CAJIERON-STREET, LATJNOESTON. Alfred Harmp and Son ' (Late W. T. Boll fc Co.) RECEIVE on Consignment for Disposal by Auction or Privately— Wool, Skins, Hides, all descriptions of Grain, Potatoes, Butter, Cheese, Bacon, Hams, Eggs, and other Farm Produce. Every care taken to classify all lots before offering. Ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 February 1891

Auction*. Slili»i»lnir A«lvei'tlNciiient». | ULVEHSTONE STOCK SALE. j ' Jfp^^c 1 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. -^^^jjgg^, j W^^irui-vo^in3^ ? TABMANIAN ... I 'os°to tho Auotloneor, Burnie, or to STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. ? Mr. J. Stratton, Ulvorstono. ' ? , , ;, ? . ? -: — . ?'_ ' '' '' ? FLORA % wmnvwonAV cmnnrrAnv ia Leaves Devonport via Emu Bay, for !' WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, Melbourne every Wednesday i and leaves k ? ' — :' Melbourne for Coast Ports and Launoeston HRIVETT OARNAO will noil at Mr. every HATtniDAr, ? ? Jones' yards, Smlthton, on tho above ? dat^pVea0d00mixearlll4.yr,o1d Hen, and Emu II,.,- -tt Melbourne. ;? ? hoifors ' — _ i , B-yJiold draUght colt (handled) Tho S'S: niNMKS ? H 4-yr.-old black (Illy, good in raddlo and Will Ieavo the Breakwater. Burnie, on ; ,.; .-harness- ? , WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, I . . 6-yr.-old blaok draught horse, good in Af f j .'??-, harness . . ' '' 1Jt' ' - '2-yr,-pld chestnut hack mare 1 ;' 2-yr.-old filly by Oastlo Hill, broken to FARES ; '.,B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 February 1891

Iluslneift Notices. Miutlnews itotlcoN. TRY K. BURN IE, WIIEELWHICHT AJH1«E.\ERAL . BLACJKHMITII. TTIIVT B'UBNIE, EMU BAY. ? ? ? ?*- ?--' JM- All classes of implements mnilo nuil repaired on the sliovtoat notice. WorscB nhnrofnlly shod by nil experienced ' '? ___ T_-_ *??—. workman. 'mt)' .? T^rlTTlVlri- AU 'l«'crii)tions of Boncrul blaokismlthing ','.,' ?*? ?'''- x-1 ?'-?'?-' done. |an A j^ T. KEENER, kJJv/^rluJr # . : nullder nnrt Contractor, ' ' BURNIE, EMU BAY. TheLatestScientidc Discovery kmfmatks giveTfor all classes -??.-. . OF WOKK. : . ' . ' Joinino and Cabinet Wobk made ' ? TO ML ? ' ?? TOOa°EB' THTTMR IHE I.O.R STORE, ; PENGUIN. ??, ' ? d i~\ 4 f~% General stock of Drnpoiy, Grocery, &c,,' at ? . k5v!/^V.Jr ' Lowest Prices for Cash. Hoot* and Shoe* a Speciality. Men's strong boots, to order, from IS/. At all Grocer* is. Per Bar. ? : ? ^ . ,; ' ? „ . — ? ALGERNON A. HOWARD, : Jv***'-D- OTEVEjN, .? (Mcnll)Or t]l0 Lnlmceflton Exchange.) Cai'iieiitei: and Builder, J ? ...

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Bismarck and the Emperor: [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 February 1891

Bismarck and the EiuneroiT In a summary of tho events of -tho past year; 31.- Blowltz gives the readers of 'The Times,' a- new 'and highly dramatici version of the circumstances attending Prince Bis marck's' resignation. Tho correspondent sftyB: — 'Bismarck . . \'\ had latterly bocomo an obstacle, an embarrassment, a cause of irritation for everybody, a constant difficulty in tho despatch of public affairs. Of late ho had seen none of tlie Ministers of whom ho was tho chief. He was almost inaccessible, received only those whom his caprice invited around him! tolerated no ob jection, and listened with a condescending Bmtlo-ieondemning them beforehand?— to tho ideas submitted to him by his young master. Ho had even ceased really to work; Ho had become the terror of all who' had. to.npproach him.; Nobody ventured to contradict him, nnd even William II. saw him only occasion ally, either because he was afraid of dis turbing him, or Was irritated by his conduct. At last the moment came w...

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The Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 February 1891

The Banquet. On Saturday night a banquet was given by the Godkin Silver Mining Company, in Alford's Hotel, Wnratnh, to the Minister of Lands and Works, members of Parliament, and other visitors present. The banquet which was laid in the dining-room of the hotel, wns a most sumptuous spread, and elicited congratulatory remarks from the guests, not only for tho quality and variety of the viands but also as to the tasteful and artistic manner in which the table was arranged. Mr. Norman Godkin occupied the chair, having on his right hand tho Minister of Lands and Works, and the Hon. Wm. Moore, M.L.O., on his left. The vice chair was occupied by Mr. A. 11. Browne, mining manager, and on his right and loft were Messrs. C, B. M. Fontou and H. H. Gill, M's.ILA., respectively. There were also present Messrs. F. Ponn-Smith, J. Godkin, Fitzgerald Moore,; Bailey, ' Hill, Thonto, Sengrnve, It. Alford, F. Alford, Symuions, Daniels, the Hon. H. I. Rooke, M.L.C., Drs. Watson and Richardson; several...

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Boat Harbour Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 February 1891

Boat Harbour Notes. ? -»- ? _ Tho season Ib romarkablo for Its dearth of simkoyamn. Wli.v.the season Is well advanced and wo have nevor yet been compelled to call for anything utrongor than water after rending or hearing ii yarn. This Is not ns it should be, gentlemen. Let me begin with a trim one of modest d!mcn»ii)iiH. One day la.st wuek Mr. John Wells siieeeeded in ridding the world of no less than IS of tlieso venomous reptiles at one stroke ! I to killed a mother snake with 47 small young wrigglers, nil lively, and just about to crawl forth on their uncertain career. This Ih a wonderful instance of reptilian fecundity, but a friend of mine assures mo, that tho boat Harbour atmosphere (perhaps it is the weather) in extremely favourable la reproduction in animals, tho human species included j for thu number of little images of their fathers that arc to bo seen in the district will cause a considerable incicaso of work to Mr. John ston at tlie approaching census. OneoC the oldest ...

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The Stanley Jetty. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 February 1891

The Stanley Jetty. (TO THE EDITOR.)   Sir, — The gentlemen that doucely manage our affairs in Parliament are making a great mistake in the public work that is now being done at Stanley, by accepting and causing to be used Tasmanian wood for piles. The best of it, when exposed to the Teredo navalis, or pileworm, will only last a few years. I am informed on the best a thority that the wood supplied by the Government to be used as piles at Stanley is a very poor sample of our Tasmanian wood. The jarrah wood from Western Australia, or. red gum from Victoria, are both impervious to the Teredo navalii; then why practice such wasteful economy as using rubbish when good material can be got? The difference of   the expense will be small compared with the importance of having suitable material in such work as is now being done at Stanley. Cato. .   Burnie, February 15, 1890.      

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HAVE THEY SEEN STEBBINS? [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 February 1891

HA.VE THEY SEEN STE13 DINS 1 Thoro was an old oouplo who detor ? ruiuod upon visiting tho States. Amongst othor places of iutorest, tlioy went to Niugara Falls. On their rctourn jjuniey tlioy woro waiting for a train, ana feeling thoy had acconipHshod n. big thing, wero consequently.- quite olaled. Thuy inn I scarcely takon seivts in tho wiiitmg-room before the old man Uiruud to a btrungei and said : ' Wo'vo jisfc got back from-Niagry Falls. Powerful sigh^ them falls are. Wo've nuthiu' Hko them falls in our coun try.' 'Never heard of 'cm,' gruffly replied tho man. 'You haven't! Why, bless mo, but that's astonishing ! No vor heard of Niagry Falls T' ' Never ! What is it, anyhow 1' ' Why, it's the biggest lot of water you ever saw, falling over tho awfullest preci pice you ever heard of. Why, it makes folks shiver to look at it I' ' Singular that none of the papers have ever mentioned it 1' ' They havon't ! Why, them falls has been there for thousands of years.' ? .'Wasn't it a freshe...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. IT ALL DEPENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 February 1891

WIT AND HUMOUR. IT ALL DEPENDS. Edith (aged 23) : 'Really, I'm as tonished, Jauio, that you have not moro self-control. Tho idoa of being bo voxod because you liavo received a coinio valon tino ! It should not cause you ovon to frown. A lady never allows horsolf to bo controlled by her Toolings in that way; never, under any circumsliuicos ! Is this what you aro making such an ado about ( (Beads.) ' A Sauco-box.' Oh, Juuio, tins is very funny— it rually is most comical. Look at tho expression of that uyo I What, you'ro not crying ? Oil, I woitliln t boa baby whatovor I might bo. Why hero's anofchor, 'A Dflcoitful Old Maid, XhlE) is loo aosuru i xiy« wmu « £»»? **» fourteen bo au old maid ?' Janio (half-smiling) : ' That ain't nilno, that's yours. Ma oponed it in a mis Edith : ' Miuo 1 Who has dared to Bond suoh a valontino to mo 1 Who lias dared— oh, if I can only find out the miserable— tho coutoinptible wrotoh I Oil, dear, dear, dearl (flu'rets iuto tears). What havo I over douo to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 February 1891

H. 1UVETT CARXAC Auctioneer, Land, Ksliitc, nud General Com miBsiun Agent, DUCK RIVER, Undertakes sales in any part of the colony (except Hobart ami Launcoston) nnd executes all commissions with promptness and despatch. Farma bought nud sold and Crown Land selected in uny part of the colony for gentlemen at a distance. CHARGES MODERATE Wool, Skin., and General Produce Stores, CAMERON-STREET, LAUNOESTON. Alfred llaiTiip ami Son (Late W. T. Bell & Co.) RECEIVE ou Consignment for Disposal by Auction or Privately— Wool, Skins, Hides, all descriptions of Grain, Potatoes, Butter, - Cheese, Bacon, Ilams, Eggs, and other Farm Produce. Every care taken to classify all lots before offering. Account Sales rendered promptly. Corn Sucks, Ohail Bags, Wool Packs, Binder Twine, Guano, Sheep Bin, Agricultural Ma chinery, and other requisites in connection with pastoral and agricultural pursuits, ktpt in stock. Agents for the Celebrated DEEMNG BEAPEB and B1NDEU. Prompt attention given to lett...

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Tasmanian Bushrangers. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 February 1891

Tasmanian Bushrangers. Tho intoreBtlng papers on tho early bush rangers of Tasmania, that have recently appeared In ' Tho Wellington Times' appear to bo concluded ; but the long line of worthies did not eloso with Brady. Bradley and O'Connor, who wero out In 18SH, wero bloodthirsty rufHans of.tjho worst type. No sentimental interest attaches to their Ntory (liko that which wns manifested towards Brady, owing to his forbearance ami chivalry towards females) and fortunately their cancer was a sh6rt one. Iu tho spring of 1853 labour was scarce at Olrcular Head, and Mr. II. J. Eminett pro ceeded to Hobart Town In his schooner, Prlnco of Wales, to procure a supply. Tho Hobart Town pooplo talked about presenting him with a testimonial when he left for having cleared tho streets of tho worst characters in the city. On tho way to Circular licnd, two pass-holders, Bradley and O'Connor, tried to organise a mutiny i it was proposed to throw all the free men over board and also thoso hostile to...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 February 1891

COMMERCIAL. There is Bcarcelyany business doing in pro duce at present, though plenty could be done in the way of shipping to tiie West Coast if regular and certain communication could lie depended upon. The local quotation for potatoes is #2/5/0 to £2/7/1) but not much can be done at those prices. From information received we learn that potatoes are beincr bought Warrnnmbool at £1/5/. to £1/10/. per ton, and that Warrnambool nnd Colae potatoes are realising from £3 to £8/5/. in Sydney. Our contemporary at Devonport reports that potatoes are on the improve, n few having changed hands at £2/10/., and niora could be got off at that figure were growers so inclined. No grain has yet been offered, but it may bo daily looked for, and the market will probably open at 8/6 to 3/7 per bushel. We learn by wire from Zeehan that there . is a scarcity of produce there and prices are rising. , ? WoJutvCbecu -n&-«nuul that some of the oat crops in (the Table Cape district will be , rery goo...

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The Rev. T. Ellis. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 February 1891

, Xlio llev. X. Ellin. . (TOSTHE EDITOB). . Sir ? It was not until last night that l observed the noto on tho above in your cor respondent's letter published in your issno of tho 18th inst. As wo woro not aware when our pastor loft horo for the mooting in Vic toria of his forwarding his resignation, could you or any of your correspondents inform us if ho delivered tho key, &c, of the ehnpsl to the members of tho meeting iu Mctoria for Mr. Carson? or hns ho rat it with him Perhaps our pastor's resignation waa not voluntary. — Yours, &o., Wynyard, Feb. 20. 1NQU1BEB.

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New Catholic Church, Burnie. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 February 1891

]%'e\v Cathollch Cliui'cli, nnrnlc. (TO TIIE EDITOIl). Sin,— With reference to Mr. Mylan's letter complaining that tho snm of £80/9/8 was credited to collections from the congregation and not to the bazaar fund, I ani only doing nu act of justice to the Indies who got up tlie bazaar by Buying that tho £86/9/3 was mainly tho proceeds of the bazaar. In copying the returns from the bank pass book the bazaar items wore mixed up with tho collections from tho people, and there was no clue ou the face of tho bank pass book o distinguishing ono item from tho other, and honce tho mistake. Any further iniormanon relating to this business Mr. Thomas. Summers or myself will bo only too please( to give Mr. Mylan or any other member oi tho church, nswo have -in our possession a list of subscriptions promised, together with tho names of those who have paid nnd those who have not paid. Yours, etc., ? M. O'Oalhacuiaw. February 20.- .

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Religions Services. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 February 1891

Religious Services. The following services will be held to morrow :— TJNTTED METHODIST- FHEECHUBOH. ?-??? Biirnie— Bev. W. H. Bowe at 7. Bomaines Creek — Bev. W. H.,Bowe nt 11; Stowport— Mr. Owens at 8. Penguin— Bov. W. H. Bowe at 3 ; Mr. W. Smith at 7. . ; '? i Pinewood— Mr. Brown at .11 ; Mr. Good, sen. at 7. Wynyard— Bev. T. Ellis at 11 and 7. Cam Boad— H.ev. T. Ellis nt 8. ? We would remind our renders that tho opening services of the new Burnie Primitive Methodist Church will bo hold to-morrow. Three services will bo holdnt 11a.m., 2.30 p.m. and 7 p.m. The Bov. Charles Anthony will officiate at each occasion. On Wednes day next a tea meeting will take place, followed by a public meeting. We have been requested to state that in consequence of the opening services of the now Primitive Methodist Church, there will be no service nt.the United:. Methodist Freo Church. :uurnio,' to-morrow morning. . i 'The sittings .of the Primitive Methodist Assembly in Launceston wero.concludcd on ...

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United Methodist Free Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 February 1891

United Methodist Wee . ' 'Churclies. ? The twcnty-tiinth Annual Victorian and Tasinnninn District Meetings have just been lold in Richmond, Victoria. The Bev. J. Barton, of Box Hill, is the newly elected chairman.- ... . , . '' 'The Bisv. T. Ellis, Wynynrd district, has ondercd his resignation, and the samo has been accepted, to take effect from the end of March. Tho Bov. W. H. Bowe is re-appointed to Emu Bay, and tho Eov. B. S. Carson will succeed- tho Bev. T. Ellis nt Wynyard. Mr. Carson has been stationed for two years at lenferrie. nu imnortant suburb of AM. bourne, where ho has built up a strong church. Ho is n popular preacher ami successful worker, and the Tablo Cape pooplo are to be congratulated upon having secured so good a man' for their district. Mr. Carson will enter upon his labours about the beginning of April.. -Mr. Bowe, who has been noting as repre sentative of this circuit to tho District Meetings, will return by tho Flinders, reach ing here to-morrow (Sunday) mor...

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