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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. THE STANLEY EMBROGLIO. LONDON February, 27. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 28 February 1891

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, |'Dv SUBMABINK CABLE.] - (Peb Heuteji's Agency.) THE STANLEY EMBROGLIO, . LONDON Febkuaby, 27. Mrs, Jamoison, wlfo of Mr. Jameson who was a mombor of Mr. Stanley's lato expedi tion to Africa has recently visited that country for tho purpose of making enqurics into tho charges mndo by Mr. Stanloy in his book ' In Darkest Africa.' Mrs. Jameson has now returned and Btntcs thnt she has in her possession certain information which will throw a diffcront light upon the charges made by Mr. Stanloy nnd promises to make tho result of hor visit public atan early dato.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 28 February 1891

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [By Submarine Cable.] (FIIOM OUB OWJfi COBBESPONDENTS.) VICTORIA. MELBOUnNE, Friday. ' There is 44 horses still loft in the Now morket Handicap which is run to-morrow Bungobah is a warm favourite nt 8 to 1, 11 to 1 'ngainst Churchill is taken freely, IS to 1 agninst Pygmnlion, Merriment, nnd Fernnndo, 20 to 1 ngninst Ginger, Newton, Coornmin, Wild Rose, Conceit, Prattler, Alike. Lntest Bcratchings — Newmarket — Mazeppa, Greygown, Marvel, Trial. Fntta Chclmb, the Indian hawker ehnrged with murdering his compnnion near Hcnlcs villein November last was continued to-day the trinl has not yet been. concluded.

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CONVEYANCES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 28 February 1891

1 CONVKYANCiHa 'The mull cnrl (t'tkxiur pa^sangurh) leaves Stanley for Wyiiyiuil daily nt Mti.in. ] leaving Wynynrd each day for Stanley nt 8 a.m. Karon 12/. Wlsoinnn's conches loavo iWynynrd dally for Ulverstoiic, at 8'I10 n.m., ami !)?!!() p.m., leaving llurnio nt 10 n.m. anil 5'!IO p.m. Fares— Wynyard to Ulvorstone,8/.j Wynynrd to iliiniie, »/. ( JJitnilo to Ulvciutono, fl/. A train lenvcH llurnio onoh dny for Wnratnh nt K n.m,, returning from Wnratnh nt 2 p.m. TraliiB leave Ulvoifltonu for Luunccstoii twice liully nt II'IIO n.m,, nmt 1-HS 11.111. NoTR. — Conohos nnd Trains do not run oif Sundays. Tho T.S.N. Oo.'b steamers leave Burnio every Weilnusdny afternoon for Mnlbouiuo, leaving Melbourne ovcry Saturday for lliirnlc, nnil leaving llurnio for Dovonport nml Limnccston ovory Smidny morning. MISCELLANEOUS. Sittings of the Supremo Court in its Small Debts jurisdiction, for enscs up to £100, will bo held nt Burnio on Jnnunry 21. April 18, August 8, October 24 ; nt Ulverstono on J...

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(Additional to Previous Telegrams). LONDON, FEB. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 28 February 1891

(Additional to Prcvlont Ttlegratiit). LONDON, Feb. 28. Tho Sheiks, who nre the bends of the Bedouin tribes in Tokar nnd its vicinity, nre delighted at the recent crushing defeat of the dervishes under Osman Digna, nnd nt tlioir relief from tho heavy exactions imposed upon them, nnd arc signifying their approval of tho change of masters by tendering their submission to tho commander of the Anglo Egyptian forces. The Council of tho Federated Labour Unions of tho port of London have called upon all the shipping and river-side unions to declare n general strike on Wednesday against all vessels belonging to the Federated Shipowners. A great crisis is approaching in the labour strike, and it is fenrect thnt the shipping trade of London nnd other principnl ports will bo completely pnwlysod. At n meeting of tho Cnbinct to-day it was decided to appoint a Royal Commission to enquire into the relations between employers of labour nnd their employes in Great Britain, with a vlow to suggesting m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 28 February 1891

J. T. Alexander, SOUTH UURNIE. PARCKLS, LUGGA01S DBMVEUY, AND GENKHAL CARTING. EVERY tminnnd steamer met on arriving nnd leaving, and lugpige convoyed to and from nil parts of the town at moderate charges. All hotels visited every morning before departure of train for con veynnce of luggage to station. OltDEItS MAY I1K I.KFT AT JONES' AUOTlOjniEJl J. and T.-,GUHfi\, ?' TIMBER MEltOHANTS nnd 11U1LDEHS, I.AUNOESTON. OaPPLY all material required in the IO ' sovoral brandies of the bnililing Trailu. including' Irani anil Soft Woods, Hnor-, Hnshec, Mouldings, T. nnd Cf. llmilwoocl, Galvanised Iron, Spouting, Roofing Slatcc, Cement, Register G rates, Tiles, White Lead, Oils, Buildem, Hnnlware, &c. Also, Englisli lcnllicr Belting 2Jin. to 8ln. Thomas Hilber, «ciicv»3 StorcUvciiui* and Xrntlur, ttlvcr Cum. A COMPLETE Slock of Goods adapted to local requirements always on I111111I at lowest prices.' Agcntfor Jfobbs, Vicevieli and Co., Sawmill Proprietors, Rivor Cam. To Wynyarrt S«i1»...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 28 February 1891

Auction)*. IMPORTANT CLEARING OUT SALE. THURSDAY, MARCH 5. SW. MARGETTS hns received instruo ? tions from L. Fleming and Co. to sell by Auction, at* their General Store, Wynyard, on THUBSDAY, MARCH 0, at 1 o'clock sharp, nnd following days till completion, tho whole of their valuable ostato, real nnd personal, comprising : — Lnrgo and conveniently fitted shop, with store, showroom, oillcc, nnd suporior 9-roomcd house attached. This property occupies nn unequalled posi tion, nt the junction of Saundors nnd Main streets, and main road to Circular Head, and convenient to proposed railway Btation. ALSO, Four-roomed cottnge nnd Wheelwright's shop, on 1 ncre, Snundurs-street ; 1 nero allotment, Saundursnnd Dodgin-strcets; 1 allotment about qunrtcr-acro, fronting on Golding-strcct and Main Rond to Circular Head. AS ALSO, Tho whole of their vnried and well-assorted stock-in- trade, consisting of teas, sugars, rice, flour, soaps, oils and general groceries, Iron bedsteads, chiffoniers, drawe...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 28 February 1891

PuhUthcd Every Wednesday and Saturday. SATUllBAY, FEBnUAUY SS, 1801. A siioitT time bnok tho chairman of the Burnio Board of Health wrote to tho Contml Bonrd of Health in Hobart for advico ns to what notion should bo taken in regard to having certain bad dminngo on a proporty in Mount-street remedied. Mr. Mnult hns forwarded tho ?following reply : — ' I beg to inform you that the only course tlio . locn board can tako will bo to serve n notice on tho owner of tho house in tho terms of the 1st pnrt of tho 118th section of tho ' Public Act 1885,' or on tho occupier under tho provisions of the lnttor pnrt of that section. I am aware thnt this inny ontnil considerable oxponso upon the owner that ought really to bo shared by other owners ; but as bo far no Town Board or other rating authority having boon formed thoro is no other courso to pursue but that 1 have nlrendy indicated. I would further suggest tho justice and necessity of tnking similar mensures with respect to.the owners of ni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 28 February 1891

Hotel*. Commercial Travellers iiID VI8ITOHI TO THE PAMOUB MOUNT BISCHOFF TIN MINE Arc informed Hint tlio Best Accommodation ALFOP'S BISciJoFF PEL, Where Every Attention is paid to visitors and their requirements BEST LIQUORS ONLY IN STOCK. R, W. ALFORD, Proprietor. WARATAII HOTEL, MOUNT BISOHOFF. VlBltora will find this Hotel roploto with every comfort. Best Biundsiof Wines akd Spirits, , Terms Moderate. Tlio first Hotel from tlic Railway Station. Correspondence nnd Tclogmms promptly attended to. Large Sample Rooms. W. 1AWROX, PBOMIETOB. TEMPERANCE HOTEL, SOMERSET, RIVER CAM. Mrs.T. RIKGTPioinictrcss BEGS to announce that sovoral additional rooms have recently been added and woll furnished for the , convenience of visitors to.this popular resort. ? ?The Temperance Hotel affords tho only accommodation obtainable at Somerset. Good Table. EvEnr Attention. Home Comfobts. . Modeuate Ckahoies. Fishing, Shooting, Sea Bathing. ty Coaches to and from Burnic pass the hotel twice daily. WKSBWA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 28 February 1891

llHNillUNM XotiCUN. II. R1VETT ( AHA At Auctioneer, Land, Estate, and General Com mission Agent, DUCK RIVER, Undertakes sales in nny part of tho colony (except Hobart and Launceston) and executes all commissions with promptness and despatch. Farms bought and sold and Crown Land selected in nny part of tho. colony for gentlemen at a distance. CHARGES MODERATE Wool, Skin, and General Produce Stores, CAMEItON-STItEET, LAUNOESTON. Allied IFnrraii mid 8oh (Late W. T. Bell & Co.) RECEIVE on Consignment for Disposal by Auction or Privately — Wool, Skins, Hides, all descriptions of Grain, I'otntoes, Huttcr, Cheese, Bacon, Hams, Eggs, nnd other Farm Produce. Every enre taken to classify nil lots before offering. Account Snles rendered promptly. Corn Sneks, Chaff Burs, Wool Packs, Hinder Twine, Guano, Sheep Dip, Agricultural Ma chinery, nud other requisites In connection with pastoral and agricultural pursuits, kept In stock. ? Agents for tho Celebrated DEEUING ltEAPER nnd BINDE11. Pr...

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CONVEYANCES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 March 1891

OONVKYANUKS The mail carl . (taksng )i:issi'iigi!i-s) leaves Hlanluy for Wynyunl daily ill 8 a.m. ; leaving Wynyanl each day for Stanley nt 8 a.m. Fares 12/. AVisenmn's coaches leave Wynynnl daily for Ulveriitonc, at. 8-110 a.m., nnd !l-!lll p.m., leaving liurnic at 10 a.m. ami .V:H- p.m. |.'n res— Wynyanl to Ulverstone,8/.j Wynynnl to llurnlc, 11/. i Hiirnlo to Ulverstone, fi/. A train leaves llurnle each day for Wamtah nt, 8 a.m., returning from Wimitali nt 2 p.m. Trains lcuvc Ulvcrstonu for Laimeestoii twice dally nt O'.'IO a.m., and M15 p.m. KoTK. — Coaches nnd Trains do not run on Sundays. Tlio T.S.N. Co.'s steamers leave Durnie every Wednesday afternoon for Melbourne, leaving Melbourne every Saturday for liurnio, anil leaving liurnie for Devonport and Liiuncc»lon every Sunday morning. MISCKU.ANKOUS. Sittings of the Supreme Court in its Small Debts jurisdiction, for cases up to £100, will be held nt liurnie on January 21. April 18, August 8, October 21 ; nt Ulverslone on .fanua...

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MAIL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 March 1891

,???'? MAIL NOTICES ! Mails close at Burnlo for Launciston, at U'4'i a.m., and B p.m. ; for AVnJUtah.ouco daily, nt-7'15 .a,m. ; for Wynynrd, twice daily, at IMI0 p.m., nnd 8 p.m. ; for Stanley once daily, at 8 p.m. Mails close at Wynyanl for liurnic, Lnunccstonj Itobart, and intor vening places, ' Uvlrp daily, ar 8 a.m. and !t p.m. ; for Stunlcy once daily at 8 p.m. ; Mails ' close at 'Stanley for ^yynyarll, Burnie, Launceston, and Ifobart, onec ilally, .' Mall«'olose- at 'WanUahftr, Burnlo, iquco daily, nt MS p.m. j iff ^?h»n; Pi™.1!'.6; .hR.4 pliici-H rn rtmtr, thrice weekly, TucMlayti, Tlnirsdin-s,iind Sntiinlays at 12. The n'ndl fur llnbiirl closes at llnnili! nl IN.', a.m. daily.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 March 1891

COMMERCIAL. jljSpTcr^frosJs^havo been experienced all along 'the cqagt,, during tho post two woeks, but the mosj^BBYorc so far was last Friday mgrnijig.^-iJn^he^Emu Bay ami Table Cape ditttrictp,J1t-,W(i8,,n)03t iseverly felt, and the potato crop -inns' considerably suffered in coiwcaucncefa^raany places. Tho frost was exccpjj'p}((i'jj'yi;.s-jy|)r-! for the time or year, rime being seen on soveral farms up to 7.ntiai8l6'elijelc-iii.the morning. ' Qut&vtioriB f or potatoes remain at last noted rates, viz., £2/p/.,,,and so far thcro are very fow coming forward. Farmers do not seem vfcry'iittiij)as'tiyr|se'il at the price ruling, but unlVPnioro news' is'|fo hand concerning tho New Zcajn.nd.r,erop,ith'e present rates are not likely to altopmufclu'' . **'** The S3. .Herbert called at this port on Saturday, 'and took 'away a considerable quantity of protiyeefbVMncquarle and Trial Ha%'3'nfe''b!u't although shippers were informed' .that bIio wmild 'clear up every thing '^bIio'cUS? n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 March 1891

Table Cape Agricultural and Pastoral Society, The Sixth Autumn Exhibition Will bo held on tho Society's Grounds, ' Wynynrd, on THUBSDAY, APBIL 10, 1801. Tho attention of exhibitors is specially drawn to the. fact that a CATALOGUE with Lists of Entries will be published this year, and nil entries not received by MONDAY, APRIL' 18 (three days before the Show) Will bo EXCLUDED From tho PBINTED CATALOGUE G. NOBTH, Secretary. /CAUTION.'— On nnd after this dato all \J Dogs found on our farm will bo Shot. Poison laid. O. nnd W. Bbamioii. Flowcrdalc. 'THE WELLINGTON TIMES,' ? Published every WEDNESDAY, anil SATURDAY. Contains the latest market quotations from reliable sources j nil tho news of tho Const, nud general nowa of tho Colony and all parts of tho world. Correspondents wanted in ovory district. Invaluable to residents on tho Coast nnd elsewhere. All classes of printing undctaken at tin shortest notice, and executed with neatness and promptitude. Your influence and support solicited....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 March 1891

Bpuulul ArtvcrtiNcuiciifs.' North-West Const. DENTISTEY NOTICE. MR. A. JThALL, SUnQBON DKNTISlj__.^ ? . llny-lw oonsnltSniFfollon's !— STANLEY, at Kay's Hotel, on AVcilnesday and Thursday, March 4 and 5. DUCK niVEU, Jones' Hotel, March D. /'VUEEN'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL. \J EMU HAY. PIIINOIPAL :— J. HAMILTON HOYCE, Ccrtiiicated Trained Teacher, Melbourne University j Certilicnted Tenchor, Drawing, Drill, Gymnastics. Senior Lndy Assistant :— Miss 13. Oveueu. Senior Local Examination Cambridge, College of Preceptors, London. Junior Lndy Assistant :— Miss M. BltoWN, Melbourne University. The course of instruction includes English n nil its branches, Latin, French, Jluthe natics, kc. Prospectus and terms on nppli iation to the Principal. BMK OF VAS DlXISXI'd 1A1VD, ILImlteil. A BRANCH of thlo Bank is NOAV OPEN at BURNIE, Emu, Bay under the mannge ment of Mr. A. E. Hauhibon. AV. G BROAVNE, Manager. THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA (Incorporated by Hoyal Charter 1885), CAPITAL PAID UP ? *l,fi00,000. RESE...

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New Catholic Church Burnie. ( TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 March 1891

Sfew Catliolto Clmrcli llnriite. (io man editob.) . . Sin,— The supplementary statements furnished by Father O'Cnllnghau and Sir. Thomas Summors, only servo to inako tho original still moro incomprehensible. The proceeds of No. 1 bazaar aro banked in Jhnimrv. 1881: No.' 2. Anril. 1885: No. 8. January, 1887, . Father O'Cnllnghan signs the slips,' ;but;'th,-}'Tlntes nnd amounts speak for themselves,;. T»vb church collections are made in January nnd April, 1880, but up to lhs't day of that year, nenrly twelve months nfter first collection, only nbont £14 arc showii, and afterwards, only sums corres i ponding in dates and amounts with bazaar and concert proceeds. Yours, &c. ?'?'i . ; JohnM\t,an, Co-Trutteo Bazaar Fund Burnie, March 8, 1891.

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 March 1891

AVk rueenlly published some piirticiiumi as to itho K|)lem|jd yn^va obtained in the English Huarkot 'fo'r shipineuls u£ A'lelorian butter, and pointed out Id fainieis the grant advan tages to be derived from the establishment of a co-operative butter factory on the Coast. There is no doubt Hint such a scheme would be very remunerative, nnd result hi consider ably better prices being obtained Cor butter thnu is nt present the case, if the matter were gone into systematically. Thero are several co-operative butter factories working in Victoria and New South AVulcs with satis factory results, and there would be no dilll tj'ly in getiing full information as to the niaunor or organising and conducting the nnmo. It cannot be said that paying prices arc obtained for butter made on tho Const nt tho present time, and as nu opportunity pro Bents itself to tlnlry farmers to secure a much better return for their products, simply by adopting a systom_of co-operation, wo fall to soo why'tll6'niat...

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Correspondence. Religious Instruction in State Schools. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 March 1891

Correspondence. XIolig-ioiiN IiiMtruetlon in State Schools. : (T0THEED1T0K.) SIB, — As ninny people in the district of Emu Bny seem to have a very limited kuowledge of tho above subject, it might bo ns well to lnako the matter n littlo moro public, particularly for the benefit of thoso who think that the right of imparting religous instruction in Sta:o schools is an Anglican monopoly : — Begulations.— (I. The first half hour 'of each school-dny shall bo appropriated ns n tlmo in, which tlio children of any ono religious denomination may rccoive instruc tion from tho Minister or other iluly appointed religious tonoher of such denomi nntion in a class-room attached to any Stato school, apart fiom tho other children attending such school. 7. No child in nny Stato Bchool shall be required to receive nny religious instruction if the pareuts of such child object. 8. Religious instruction shall not bo given on two consecutive days in tho week to tho children of nny ono religious denominati...

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. THE LABOUR DIFFICULTY. LONDON, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 March 1891

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, [By Submauine Cable,! (PEll IlEtTTEIt'S AOEKOY.) THE LABOUR DIF.l?I0 DLTiT. LONDON, M^ROH 2. Matters wero quieter to-day nt tho docks amongst the unionists and free laborers, though a further riot is feared. A largo number of the men who took part In the riot in the Albert Docks yesterday lmvo been nrrciled. During tho not ycBtcrdny (when a mob of unionist laborers armed with weapons, attacked free laborers employed by the Federated Shipowners, a severe encounter resulting) several free labourers wero thrown into the water, and it has since been ascer tained that fully 20 were drowned and as many more seriously injured.

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Australia v. America. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 March 1891

Australia v. America. Tho long looked-for flight betwoon Joe Goddard, of Australia, and Joe'Ohoynski, of America, came off in Melbourne recently, nnd it wns another enso of tho Australinn showing superiority over the foreigner. Tho follow ing: is nn account of the fight : — Bound 1. — Goddard meant business, nnd started rushing his mnu round the ring. The stranger skipped round very trickily a couple of times. He dropped on tho floor, but wns up again. Choynski got tho first blow in, but Goddnrd sent iu another loft. Tho big follow was rushing tho game at n great pnee, nnd using all his weight. Once lie forced tho American almost through the ropes, and a olinoh ocourrcd Choynski getting well out of it. After an oxolmiigo Choynski got n right hand nicely on tho jaw, nnd Gouduid dropped down, hut was up at onco. Ho wnB bleeding a little, but ns eager us over. Bound :.'.— Qoddard started rushing ngnln, with Choynskl giving him a nldo view and slipping carefully round. Then Goddnrd quie...

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THE EMPRESS FREDERICK'S VISIT TO FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 March 1891

THE EMPRESS FREDERICK'S VISIT TO FRANCE. The Empress Frederick, who recently visited Franco, has arrived in England, having left Paris in consequence of the insults she was subjected to by SI. Paul Deronlede and theanti-Gerninn Party. General von Caprivi, the German Cliim cellor, has given orders that tho pnssport system, as far ns it relates to Frenchmen visiting Germany shall in future be strickly enforced.

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