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General Information. POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

General Information. TOST OFFICE 1115GULATI0NS. xsewspateiis. — Tnsnianinn newspapers go free within tho colony, or to nny Australian colony nml New Zenlnml, if posted within scTcii days after publication ; over seven days, liali-penny onch. Tasmnnian news papers for places outside tha colonies, linlf icnny each ; rc-postcd intercolonial or foreign newspapers, hnlf-pciiny each; bulk parcels of newspapers posted by nny publisher or newsvcnclor. ./I nor 1b. Postcauds to any of the Austmlnsinn colonies, ./I ench ; to Great Brlttnfn ./2 ench. Postage Fees. — Letters and packets must be prepaid by stamps ; those to be left till called for, or for delivery within tho same town, must bear n penny stnnip for every half-ounce ; inland nnd intercolonial letters, ,)2 for every hnl£-onnce ; letterB for United Kingdom, for every half-ounce, ,/2.J by nny route ; pockets ocontalning gold, ./2 per cimcc. He-directed Correspondence, — Inland letter, ,/2 each j Intercolonial letters ,/2 per half ounc...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

Religious Services. . The following services will bo hold to morrow : — UNITED METHODIST FHEE CHUBOU. Bumie— Pastor Wood at 11, 8, and 7. (School Anniversary.) Romaines Creek — liev. W. H. Bowe nt 11. Penguin — Mr. J. H. Brown at 8 j Mr. Good at 7. Pluewood — Mr. Brown at 11 ; Sir. Owens at 7. Wynyard— Rev. T. Ellis at 11 and 7. Mount Hicks— Rev. T. Ellis at 8. Cam Road— Supply !).

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

Harry: 'Why is it you always got mo so close to tho fire, whon I call ?' Nolly : ' Oh, I know the fire has a great way of making things pop.'

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

PKISIITIVE METHODIST OHUnOH. Burnie— Rev. J. T. Plthouso at 11 ; Subject ; 'Wonderful Miracle.' Illustrated n the case of a young lady who had been ill nlno years and was restored. Evening Bervico given up; Freo Methodist School Anniversary. Ponguln— Rov. J. T. Pithouso at 2.B0 and Stowport— Mr. J, H. Hales.

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ALI KHAN. AN ORIENTAL TALE. CHAPTER VI. THE DEVIL WORSHIPPERS—ABDUCTION OF LEILA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

ALI KHAN, AN OBIENTAL TAiEJ. ffi»W, D.) , CHATTER VI. in sinii woRsnuPEns— ADsnonoM or usiuu But linoe the terrible All Khan will play Ira Important part In our itory, wo mait h»v« ? (aw voids with our renders about tho ?xtnordinary aeot ot Yezedi, or davilMor shippers, to ba found for lha moit put ?mong th« Kurdi. ' The founder of tho soot wn« Shoik Yezidl, tha declared enemy o( the family of Ali, the ?uooenor of Mahomet. Thui they had their of tha Prophet. The doctrine they profeis ii nominally a mixture of Monioheism, Ma homeUniun, and tho Guebir, or fireworship ping ; but in reality they aooept any or all religions, of ooune subsidiary to their own espaoial hateful belief. The first prinoiplo of the Yeiedies is to insure the friendship of ths dovil, and to de fend dit intertttt {tie) by the »v-ord. They Barer mention his name, nnd eren adopt all sorte of oiroumlooution rather than pro neunce any word or sound which expresses it. Whoever approaches their habitation must ba carefu...

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. SEVERE SNOW STORM IN ENGLAND. LONDON, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, [By Suumaiunb Oaulb.T ???? (Pjsh Hbutek's AajMfor.) ,'.-ji;,M SEVERE SNOW STORM IN ENGLAND, T.nVliOW. AfAiinn 111 Tho most sovero snow storms oxporlouccd in England for. many years occurred on Wednesday, in tho South. of England, and has continued sinco. Trains havo boon blocked in mony places and sovoral lives lost. Snowdrifts 110ft. aro reported in some places. It is feared serious loss of life will bo tho result.

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Somerset State School Concert. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

Somerset State School ? Concert. (TO THE EDITOB.) Sib,— In your issue of the 4th inst. appears a full report of tho above concert from a local correspondent, who wound up with an adverse comment on Constable Korslako's conduct In ejecting a member of the audi ence. It wns stntcd nt tho time that tho culprit was one amongst n knot of Burnio young men who seemed inclined to crcnto n disturbance. Two quiet wnmlngB proved fruitless, anil on inu uum uu ium «-« ^un stable ho would not desist for him or nny other innn, nnd ho wns then removed from the hnll (after nn nttempt nt resistance), to the relief of the respectnblo portion of tho audience. The public nro over ready to blame tho police for laxity in cheeking the larrikin nuiwuice, nnd it is therefore unfor tunntu thnt when nction is taken Invidious comments nro made on an energetic onicer for doing his duty. Your correspondent neglected to mention that the picnic and concert were devised nud organised by our cnpablo Stnto school teac...

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

PRINTING 01' ? KV15HV DKHOMPTION . KXROUTHI) AT WtU ' ? . Wellington TiniesOfflce, NEATLY, CHEAPLY AND AT TUB ' S II 0 11 T3J R T NOTICE, KISBETT'S 'COPFBE PALACE, i i ., ? ? GOOU ACCOMMODATION. mowkrate OHAnoKs: large sample rooms. uood, stabling.

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

Special A.av-;rtlMOiueut*. v DEMPSTER ;? ' AND ;i: PEARCE. ' kuiinituiie st/i'i'i.iisD ioi-oasii, FU11N1TUH15 „ Or on tlio KURNI TURE aiQfW 'IjI HE UAL' TUnMS KUUNITUHH « I s Of our ' FURNITURE EXTENDED PAYMENT FURNITURE hYSTEM, FUitNlTURU Particulars 0C which may FURNITURE bo obtained on application FURNITURE ? ---ntour FURNITURE FURNISHING WAHEr FURNITURE ?'' ;?{' HOUSE. ? DRAAVING-ROOM, ? - ....... DINING-HOOM, 1 ? .-???? BEDROOM, BREAKFAST, ? - - STUDY. ' i LIBRARY, ? ? ;. ...??.. , ' ?-, . AND HALL. Dining Tables ' '? ' Chiffoniers ; Dining Chairs . ?...-.. Loo Tables . ' 'Diiiiior Mongolia Extension Tables, 'Ovorumntols Walnut Butlers' Troys , Cnno Suites ' ' ! Morocco Suites . Chlranuy Glasses ' Haircloth Suites Bookcases Gontinenta Suitesl ? Render Stools ., Sideboards' ' . '' ??-?????-.. ? Pictures in endless variety '? Bronze Umbrella Stands Walnut Inlaid Cabinets Gipsy Tables, Black and Gold, 8/0 cucb : - Music Stools .. -. ? ,,.-.- ; Walnut Inlaid Whatnots, 10/0 Cnnl Tab...

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The First Day of the Week. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

The First Hay ot* the Week. (TO THE EDITOB.) Sin,— In looking over your paper on tiie 11th inst. I noticed an answer to corres pondents that Sunday is recognised the first day of the week. The answer seems to me not to bo a correct ouc. . Thoso who teach Sunday to be tho first day of the week please explain or give their authority for teaching such through your valuable paper. Yours, etc. M. M'Conkey. March 11. ?

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Correspondence. Arithmetical Problem. (TO THE EDITOR). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

Correspondence. ♦ ? Arithmetical Ifrolbloin. (TOTHEEDITOlt). Sib, — It was with plcnsuro nnd amuse ment I read Mr. Royce's ovitjue on tho answer given and tho moilut operanill em ployed by mo in tho working out of tho subtraction sum published in your issue of tho 18th ult. Had you requested to havo it worked out to a finality I should have dono so, but seeing that tho rule of subtraction must be adhered to I confined myself to it and hence the answer given. I maintain the answer already published to be correct. lie tho borrowing of 2, Mr. Royce has not found such a rulo in Colcnso. Trotter, Smith, or Lock — perhapi not; if howevor, ho troubles to look up Ryan, Thompson, or Sullivan he will find it there. Tho examiners under the Board of National Education in Ireland have and do invariably accept such n rulo as quite legitimate, and my old teacher in mathametics at tho Technical College, Pitt-Btreet, Sydney, N.S.W., both tenches and accepts problems worked out on tho same basis. Ano...

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CRICKET. Burnie v. Wynyard. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

GHICRET. lliirnlc v. Wynyarrt. The following are the scores made in the cricket match between tho above-named ''' teams on Tuesday last, played at Wynynnl : BURNIE. FIKST INNINQB. SECOND INNINGS. Harrison, c Smith, b ((??Bnrratt ? 18 b Roberto ... 3 A. Edgar, b Barratt 8 o Roberts, b Smith ... 8 Evans, b Smith ... -1 c Anderson, b - Smith ... 8 0. Edgar, b Barratt 5 c Berccbrcc, b : Roberts ... 41 8. Wcstbrook, lbw., b Barratt ? 4 lbw., b Barratt 0 Crisp. ' Smith ' ... 0 run out ... 2 Tracey,not out ? ... B o -Roberts, b !; ;.,-.-.? Smith I.. 1 Allen, c Colo b ? ? Roberts ... ... 8 o Colo, b Smith 0 . Lynch, o Smith b ; ? Roberts ... ... 0 Bt. Roberts ... 2 Williams, o Roberts, b Smith ... ? ... 0 b Smith ... 7 A. .Wcstbrook, b Roberts ? 0 not out ... 0 . -Sundries ... . , ...' 0 . . fi Total ? 67 72 Bowling Analysis— First innings — Smith, 72 balls, 22 runs, 8 wickets i Barratt, «« balls, 2!) runB, 4 wickets j Roberts, 0 balls, . 0 runs, 8 wickets. TW'v* Second Innings— Roberts, 80...

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Meeting at Blythe Road. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

Mcctinj*' at Blythe lload. A mooting convoncil for tho purpose of taking into consideration tlio expenditure of £600 voted by tho past session of Parliament .wns hold a few days ngo nnd wns attended by about twenty-live land holders nnd ratepayers, Mr. EUIb' farm nt there was a building on tho farm suited for tho purpose it had been intended to hold tho mooting there, but upon arrival tho building tho Blythu being the place of mooting. As wnsi represented only by smouldering umbers nun i/iiu xiiuu Liutu itiiuiu Him uuvii »iv/ nunii fires near it, sutrgcBtcd that it had boon deliberately ihed by somo porsan unkuawn. It was, however, decided to igo on with tho meeting outside, and Mr. C. I1'. Kills wns voted to the chair (or ntunip), and having rend the notioo of tho meeting ns ndvertisou iu « Tho Wellington Times ' nud « Hobnrt Gazotta ' and also tho section of tho Road Act showing tho legality of tho meeting, said lie hoped both sides iwould luvvu fair play, and bo allowed to oxpres...

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

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [BY SUBMAIUNE CABLE.] (I'BOM OUB OWNi OOBnEarONDENTS.) . MEW SOUTH WALES. ^ ;?-'.' ? / ? ' ''' Svdney, Friday. : Tho Icdoration Convention resumed its Bittings to-day. Sir Henry Parkes roso to reply and was cordially cheered. After con gratulating tho delegates on the sense of public duty which characterised tholr speeches ho commenced his address. In replying to the arguments against tho crea tion of a Btauding army, Sir Henry Pnrkcs said because Australia was surrounded by peaceful seas it was not to bo thought Bho was Becurc from attack. Ho especially feared trouble from the Chinese nation. Thought ful men wore satisfied that once the Chinese learnt navigation and shipbuilding they would bo powerful enough to conquer tho world. Sir. Henry .Parkes' speech was a fine effort and lasted an hour and a hnlf. An action for breach of promiso of marriage, brought by a Miss Vaughun, aged 18, against a member of parliament is pro ceeding and exciting great interest.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

SPOUTING. The publcnn's booth in connection with tliB Uurnlo races, on March 24, wi\h disposed of by auction on Wednesday last by Onptnin Jones nnd scoured by Mr, \V. Whuohlon for £5, No tondur has up to tho present boon received for tho refreshment booth, W. O'Connor, the Amurloan Boullor, hns issued n ohiillengo to tho soullors of tlio world to row for £ 1000 a Hldo. Tho nocoptnuces for tho Latrobo races on Tuesday next will bo found olsowhoro. Wo would remind horso owners tlmt uccop tinceB for tlia ynrlous events in conncotion with tho' Table '. Capo and Bitmio rneo moot {iHFfl nlnftn uHfil tlin nnnWiirlna .»!?. □ ,1 tit n,i Monday next, A mooting of tho comralttoo of tho Table Oapo Racing Club wns bold at Carroll's Hotel on Wednesday last. Thoro woropreBont — Dr, Graham (chairman), Mossru. H. It, Roberts, A. Shokloton, It, Mayno, J. Ktnoli, J. Carroll, nnd I'1. Stuttcrd, soorotary. It was decided to accopt the offor of Messrs. Oollins and Co., to work their totallsator at tho fo...

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Sanitation at Burnie. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

Sanitation at Burnie. A correspondent Bigning' himself 'Foreigner' haB forwarded the following letter to ilia Launceston ' Exaniner ' :— ' Sir, — I should liko to draw attention to the abominable state of the sanitary affairs In this otherwi io healthy little town. I am awaro there is a local Board of Health— that is in name — but, as far as I can learn, nothing has been done by thorn to prevent nuisances, and if their attention is called to any such matter the party complaining is informed that they have no funds to expend on sanitary works. I should hardly think It necessary to expend money but havo they no power to cause nuisances to bo discontinued? No inspector to boo that tho lives of resi dents and visitors aro not endangered, as thoy certainly are. now, by tlio filthy and uncivilised practice of allowing the refuse ,. and filth of back yards, Sec., to drain through pipes into the open tablo drains of tho streets, whore, owing to tho uuoven state of these drains, it cannot fl...

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

G. E. ADDIS, Waltbam Watch ?.ind llepalring Depot, 1)1 George-Street, (Opposite Academy of Music), . Launceston. Ordera f rom CO7» iy specially attended to HUlNlltK'Mft 1*«1H'«). '_'j. .Hid T. GIJtfX, TIJUlKll MMIlOHANTfl nml nuil.UKIlS, ftAUKOKBTON, SUPPLY all iiiaturlai required In the Huvoml lininehei of tlio building Trade, inuludlmr Hard and .Soft WooiId, Doom, KiishcH, Mouldings, T, and CI, Hardwood, Galvanised Iron, Spoullng, UouIIiik Slates, Comoiit, lleglntuv Gmtos, Tiles, While Lead, OIIk, Dulldoi*, Hardware, &c. Also, English leather Helling 2}ln, to 8ln. H.-1MVJ3TTCAR.NAC Auctioneer, ham I, Estate, and General Com mission Agent, DUCK HIVE I?, Undertakes Bales in nny pnrt ot the colony (except llobart nml Lduuccston) nml executes all commissions with promptness anil despatch. Farms bought nml sold anil Crown Land selected In nny part of the colony for gontlomcn ivt a ilistmice. - CHAKGMS J10DK11ATK J. T, Foriuilo, TIMBER MBHOIIANT AND BUI 1,1)1311, Stonm Saw anil ...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1801. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 March 1891

Puhlialictl llccry Weclnvsdtty nnd Saturday. '' SATURDAY, MAHCH14, 1S01. ' ? ♦ ? ? - ? Tub National Australasian Federation' Con vention, now sitting in Sydney, is an assem blage -fraught with tho utmost importance1 to Australasia. Its deaisioiis will go far to settle the question whether these colonies arc to continue as antagonistic atoms con tinually opposing each other, and utterly powerless and disunited on all Important national matters, or whether thev will in the near future become an united ? and powerful Confederation,, 'not 'only- able' to protect Itself from any hostile 'oneiify. Vu't ' which will form a factor to bo cbn'sldercirljy all nations In the settlement o£ the questions' which arise from lime to time affecting tlio material welfare not only of England anil her colonies, but of all other realms. There is no room for nny difference of opinion ns to the nmin questions involved h) the series of resolutions now being iliscusscd, which wei-o moved by tho president, Si...

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

IKOtelft. - OJlJUvlUI VI 1101 la, ' ' H T A N L E Y. h ? Mr. Joe 2'/i0Mj)son} -.?- (l,ATE OlMiAUNOrjSTON), Dogs to inform l'litrans ol the abnvo well known Hotel thnt lie 'keeps only llio ? lVraST^HIANDS ,0V POPULAR DMMKB 1 n Htouk, iinil personally supervises tlic attention pniil to Visitois mid Patrons of his IJptel. JOE THOMPSON, Proprietor. Coniinci'cinl Travellers, i i A;iL» VISITORS I ' **' ( i'.TO'TKIS FAMOUS ' .MOUNT BI8CH0FF TIN MINK -Aroinforined thhttlie Best Accommodation ' is offered at ALFORD'S BISCHOFF HOTEL, WlicnfEvjry Attention is paid to visitors nnil tlicii' lcqiiireincnts BEST LIOJJOKS ONLY IN STOCK. ? R.-W.ALFOllD, Proprietor, ? ^ ' W^RATAH HOTEL, ? MOUNT BISOHOFF. , Visitors will find this. Hotel 'rcplctV will} every comfort. ij : . . - ? ( Bust Bhandsioi' Wines and Spirits. \ Terms Moderate. The llmt Hotel froni the Rnilwny Station. Correspondence mid TclegramB promptly attended to. Largo Samplo RoomB._ ..- . *w. i,Awso?r, PnorniETOB. TEMPERANCE HOTEL, SOMERS...

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

♦ smi»i»iNGi .H3A JAH W^**313- ? ?CMA\;ah.n.— Flom,- s,s., 1200 tons,,.J. SV. l)onilby-':.fromViXolbOUmo. PnBsougora' Saloon1}' MosdamSs 'Young and '-infant, Thomna,', A. ^Gi' Mawson, Daniel, ', Tublli i HiBsos 'Munagall, F. Tongs j OnptalnB W. Holyman, Thomas, and Holyninu ; Jlessn, G. , Evans,- Kilunlok, Mnwsou, S, ? Dean', Rutland, Hnag, Hobinspn, Daniel, W. Uarger, CJlinrohfllj O. .Chapman', L'. Flnoh, O. Pago, J. Donnelly, W. Rondnll, T. Mitchell, Harinau, 'Mooro,1 R,' Brown, B. Whltluy, Harris, Stuttord, II. Wood, Walker, Biggins, Sulltvftn, Smith, G. Abeartlcy ; 20 in the steerage. ~~--Maroh 12.— Wakolleld. s.s.i 68 tonB,G. Talt, from Lauiicoston. ;??— Maroh 18, — Flora, '8.S., 12D0 tons, J. V. «— Boutloy, f roin Devonport. ? - March 18.— Wakolield, s.b., 58 tons, G. Tn,lt, ' from Stanley.1! ' s'''' ?'?? -??-.-? SAILED.. .-. MhVeh Il.-T-Flora,i s^., 12p6,ioiiBr. J. V. ,Bentley,!for Dovonport,, :i ;; r.-! m ,., 1 Jtarcli 1«.— WakoOcld, s.s., 58 tons.G. Ta\t, for'Stanlby. ? ::?...

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