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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

Foo,THAMi.— Tlio annual gunuml niuelliig of tlm Ihirulu Football Ulub was held at Mr. J. Wiseman's CummimiUl Hotel, 011 rialur day night, Mr. A, U. liarrisun being In tho chair. ' Tliero wuns nlioiit 110 nwinbon present. Mr. F. W. Wells read Iho report for last Heasoii, which luul nlrauly lieou published lu tlie.-o columiis. Tlio report congratulated I lie niuiiilicrs on thu position theyhuld, n« they luul not suffered n dufent during tho season, having played 7 matches, Ii of which were won i being drawn. Tho llunuclnl position oE tho club was nlso stated to be iua sound slnte having a Inlauco in hand | .thu^roport concluilcd by thanking those' who' iind -subnarlbed to tho funds. Tho following olllcuM.-Wuro. uluotcd. for Iho Boasou:-Prosliloiit-Mr,' O.H. HnlL Vloo presldunls— Mr, 0, J, Jlackoiule, JI.Ii.A,, Onptaln Jones, llcssn. A. K. Olinpmnu, V .k^MUtar, .U,,M,-BrQ\Viio,.C,™W..Uro\Vn, O, J,r.Harris, 8. ,J, .Aycstbrook, T,.\VI»cinani J,'Wl«oii|'w. Ai''l8.! Mafriion, L..',l', ;Coi...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

Use Snowball Baking Powder, . .. l'iircnolon'y. ?/!'??- ] MH.H. n.OSKtJfoTwM deliver n ldcturo ( on tho above subject, ill tho Town ( Hall, llumie, On Monday, April 20. Doors I open at 7'80 p.m., commence at 8. ' ? i Music nnd singing nt Intervals. : J Admission— if,, nnd 1/, ; children hnlf. price. A, P. WAKE, i BURiNIE, B'JItJ DAY,; x PluiKtN, Ncvliitr IWncIiliic*, ItlanirleN, 1'iM'iiltiii'e, ' i ;; 1^ i*x., Ix. ' ; ? ' . Jj ? 'iTBSriJlONIjVXS: a ' Jin. Wake, Emu Day. 'Dear 8lr,— Tho Spenoeh 1'JANO which I purchased from you came to hnnd - safely. 1 am delighted with my purchase, T nnd ft Is much better than ,1 anticipated for ei the amount expended. ' Yours fnitlifully, ,,:., . ? JI. F, Joyce.' J'Olcnvlow, March 28, 1801.' pi 'Jin. Wake, ' ~ ' ?; 'Dear Sir, — Somo time ago I was 11 thinking of buying n piano, but could not decide as to which mnker wns tho best, nnd on being advised by you to purchase, one of Cor.r.AiiD nnd Coward's, I did so. ' On rocoivlng.lt I was well pleased ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

Mpct-llll AllVOI'llMUUIOIIfN. SPECIALITIES! DEMPSTEll AND .u i. .-. PJEARCEir THE ORMTJZ GLOVE Chii only bo procured from ns. Wo have tho ngency {or nil Tnsmnnln. ... Ill light nuil dark Inns nwl browns, nml blnolc, U-button or clasp, Price, 2/1 1 ; posted free, It/. ? ' Wo lmvo Bolil TiOOO pnlrs with . only three complaints, which were, met with! a fresh pair being given. [-? 1'LEASK WHITE FOIl RAMPLK PAIR. flic lice Hive ! OUIXX.L JUjAXKICT, Lust year our Bnlo wn» very largo, nml thin one wo hope to top It. Woluivo now opened the first shipment, nml can highly rocom mcnil n trlnl of a pair. They are without doubt exceptional good vnlue. ' : , The Bee JJite, v SH1LWNO VELVETEEN. This lms surprised a few this season, rienso write for samples. They will bo posted frco to you. It Is worth 1/1) a ynnl, nnd we lmve every Bhado mid any amount of THEBEE HIVE Griiiiiea Calico. Knch piece contains 40 ynnls. Our con stant study lias produced a magnificent calico suitable for Ladles' nnd Chil...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

?frr aloh brothers & bi nomU, ? ' CENTRA!. Bn|silANK-8TIlKIST, LAONOESTON, Tho Chief Justice, K. Frniuos, 1)/. , ' ? Sample Test* for Mlnumln,or Every Man his Own Analyst, 2/(1 by lt'iv. J. Campbull ?Wnllncc'ii Malay Archipelago, U/fl and 4/. Yoiik«'» two Penniless PrlliranHCS, a/6 nud 4/. Story oE tin- Hear Cnhinin of tliu Kiulii Pasha Expedition, by .1. H. Jnnilcsnn, 18/. ? Drenms, by Olive Hchrelner, 11/. Slory of mi Afrlcnn l'nrni, 1/8. Molim ; A Detective .Story, Lynch, .'!/. Pcncu bo with Vein, by Hruminoiid, 1/. Tho Greatest Tliliuj In tho World, 1/. i i- 'Young Ladles' Joiminl. .Innimry nml Fob runry, each 1/. ; posted, I/It. ' ' Hobart.— J. Wai.ou AND Bokb. JKMftln«!AN lVOflCU*. ' To the Ladles and Gentlemen of the N.W. Coast. MY Representative, Mr. IE. W. Cannon, In now on bin usual trip, ?lid will WAIT on my Customers .in iluo form with n Mnlenrtlil ANnnrtment or MHMllllCM suitable for tho coming ncnson. A visit to 111 h sample room will nmpty repay tlio trouble. ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

., ?. ;..-. ' ???: COMME1WJI/VL. - — ' — ?♦ ...-. — '???Potatoes romnln nt'llio' fnmo flguro, vl«.t «2 per ton, nnd there is not much prospect . ,of a riso In prieo at present. Locally Aour *'-''?' '-iuui been raised £1 por ton, be«t roller now selling at !17/.' per bag. Oats arc lirm at 1/7 per, bunhcLi This ketch Mortlmldic. which '.. , arrived from Stanley on Sunday, brought ? 100 bags of oata for Oaptnln W. Joncj. ClmflE has. also ndvonccil in pHeu nnd buyers nro ....... now giving from £»|7|lT. to X3/10/. por ton wholesale. , Other lines of produce remain ? ' at Into quotations.' Afiirther lot of potatoes, about 0 tons, wero rojeoteil yestciilny for n bbing.bnd, samples; mid of uneven size. An ,,(l.laav»ncel6f;fi*ra1«l to £l/10/.'por ton on flour has tnkctl place in Launccston nud ..PoUhrt.iand in,, tho lntwr city Victorinn wbent cauuot ,be landeil under 0/1 J per ?'?'?' bushel: The Lnunecston bakers have raised the price of bread to 7d. for thu 4lb loaf. . By cable from London...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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DISCOVERY OF SILVER IN THE Table Cape District. A Valuable Find. Excitement at Wynyard. Shares at a Premium. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

; ? ifrgCQVERY OF SlfiVElt . ?- . U ' IN TUB Table Ca|»c District. ', A. Vulmiltlc Find, lixrltunicnt nt Wjnjiirfl. .^llJllili.j SIIIiI.CN „, „ iMciiiiiiiii. .1 ' ' 3 - In a recent Ikhhii om Wynynnl corresnon. - i ilcnt slated Hint n sllier lode) lind bcefi f.V W ilh'ijbiariil in the Flow erdnlo district anil thnt ft louil prospecting ns»oclnlton linM been. formed to fully test tho vnluo of tho discovery, niul to secure from tlio discoverers Sh-Kcssm, J.-Watt nluT J. IJrooinlinll— nn interest; In' Iho Motion. Wo unilorstnml that nn association wns , K.formcd of SO shares of £6 each, nil of wlilcli ,wcro readily taken up, tlio nrraligoniont '' ' r made— which was most fair— being thnl tho ' ' lUDoclntloii should nowI out men to obtain '''''l snmples for assay, nnd if tho return was con 1 ' ' ' ' sidijreit good enough that tlio discoverers ''/'should rccolyo £100 for .tho tv.o IjO^iSrb ''? sccliotiBlhoy have tnken up, togcthoi with n half Intercut, the nnioclntlon taking tho other ' i...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Stanley Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

Stanley Notes           (From Our Own Correspondent.) The census collectors have had a busy week, but they have finished their labours and the results are now on the way to the statistician. In such a large district, where the population is so scattered, their work- has been no sinecure. One collector on the West Coast had to wait eight hours for the occupant of a house to return and deliver up his schedule; as there was not another house within 20 miles, waiting was the only alternative. As   a rule the population have done their best to comply with instructions in filling in their schedules, although in many cases it would have saved trouble to the collectors if the attempt had been left alone. Strange to   say, the principal difficulty appears to have been with the column for religion. Although any one was allowed to 'object,' still many would persist in ignoring instructions by using vague...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

, interesting Iteini i i ; I 0 ' '''' - ' - '- ' -j l^i A^f 1 '.Uhoranrori.isril savings' banks in Indln, coiiiprlaing 41)1,640 »coount», Montana olalniB to Imvo. thu Inrgpab. and : Iluest jiupor quarries in tlio world, recently ; dlioqrarodi-.i! wit mlp ,««-.«.? -!.iu.r- /. Gormftny employs iS.SOO.OOO' women in! tniUiritrinl pVsultk. '' l'iM««- ;*' M'/1 ''» ., ,In ^(iglns'ii ^Wtf.flBW^ufl'iiwJlWnjli.1 Inuioii, ft,fttfiRpr;;dU9qxcro^ii;rloU(bod,pfi Pl'nlPli ,n. ? ,s.r, . i.ndliiU « oM-iii«'.'i «! '? 'Tho Hullan conferred ithoflrand: Cordon riftho MtdjIdloliiprderi'iiponiDr. Kooh., ?, i j Hglig'oiaiia'lios nViiilliinhl.ffiiot' of'filO.i 1'liu ' luvdiiuo ' la '??botWdcli'' £8000 ' ' mid, jciiooo. . . , . ; ? '?t»f'j '???;'.'?' i i A woman In Boston Iim invented aabqa cowIdk mnolilno, nnd told hor patent for -!»0,000.-;. ;:,,- -. ?, 'rm ?; .i.j.m.m.ij «?''' ' ' A' Plnolunatl court' jcoon'tly 'deoideili Unit a apirltunllatlu medium laru fortune-; tillor; ?' ' :--'--I--'-:^l I Mri) J.Wf'...

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

Having observed Mr. Wilson on scvcra' occasions conic out of his door, with hi clock, in ft mysterious manner, wo vgnturcil to imjuirc into th-i mutter, and received the following reply : ' You nee, dnt clonk of inlno her. got a inlclity loud ntriknli, go sometimes, wlien lie baby's' Bleep, 1 take U out do doo' an' lot it strike, Bozo not to wake do chile.' Wlfo (looking up from n book) : ' This writer says that half the miseries of married Ufa omo from the fact that wives do not have acertaln, regular sum pur wcektospond as thev please.' Husband : ' True ; and the other halt of the miseries conic froui the fact that husbands du nut have a certain, regular sum pur week to spend as they please.' Ho l'-rcd the widow and he loved cigars— tilie hated them, though they were e'er so flno i . When asked to marry, ' IE you give up your She nnsweted, 'I will gladly give up ' Do you think blcyclo-rldlng is falling ofll' ' Yes, mostly.' Bobby: 'Pa, why does n tin re ner|.' wing«?f if l'n : ' T...

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The Snake's Power to Charm. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

The Snake's Power to Charm. I, In company with four playmateo, w»a hunting young ftiuirrcls In theOharlton bills, near Queen City, Mo., which abounded in auob game during ita early history. Our at tention waa drawn by a rattling in tho leaves, and to our great surprise, wo dis covered a, full-grown tox-squlrrel jumping around aa il it were orazy, and payiugno at tention to ua as we approached. A Iiuro black snake waa lying on some dead brush about six feet from Ibe equirrol, which Boomed to be trying to got away, but ovory effort it made to escape it got closer to the nnnko un- \ til It had climbed on the brush where tho make waa lying in tho ehapo ol a letter B. . Just ns the snake took hold of its victim wo charged up with stioka and killed tho anake. Tho squirrel camo to ila right mind iu a very lew minutea and loampered away, t will relate another instance ol tho same kicd. Odb ot my nepbewa by marrisgo was Sloughing in a field whero thcro were a lot ol eoaying stumpB whioh are ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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His Revenge Came. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

Ilia ltevcnyo Came. 'Itovengo is sometimes alow in coming,' said ft man, whoao lace hore tho murks ol premature ago, 'but it is sweet whon it comes.' Iio oarcfully folded a newspaper whioh he had been reading, nnd put it into bis pookct. Then he atretohed out bia legs, olaaped his hande back ot hia hoad and laughed . Several mon Bitting about tbo bIovo (it was in the ollloe ot a email hotel,) looked inquir- 4, ingly at the speaker, nnd presently one of them, bolder than Ibe rest, aaked : ' What do you moan I' ' I mean exactly what I any.' Ho laughed again. ' Home lime ago I married a woman whom aooiety declared to bo beautiful. I waa in fatuated with her, and showorcd my money upon hor. My fortune was Boon spent, and then my wito informed mo tbstahenolonger cared tor mo. Hbo left me, and 1 scoured a divorce Shortly afterward ono ot her rela tives died, and left her an immenae sum ot money, 1 waa in neod, actually without food, and I wrote to her, reminding hor ol mv liberality, and ...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1801. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

PiMhhcd lltnnj WnhmilayniKl Suturiliiy. SAW Jl DAY, AI'llTL IS, 1S01, Owino to the reports of the Annual Tnhlo Capuund Penguin Shows Inking up so much of our tp:icc we nro compelled to surrender our leading columns this issue. 'Two Knrost CMp»' nro also iwM to accept tlui above explnnatlou for the non-nppcaraucc of their eaiiiiniinlcntionK.

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A Wife's Views on Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

A into'*' n-M'» ??» Mart-tone. A young woman, who has boon niBrrlod flvo.nan, oooupies ft unique noaiUon, inaa. muoh aa hor husband ia moro In love with her now than when ho married her. Bu nas ono of a number ol guests at a women's Bit-down wbere tho quontion ol the century 'Ia marriage b fallnro ?' waa undor dlnoua aion. She kept quint during tho long and occasionally aharp debato, but finally fwhllo oalmly alining hor to), ahe said in tbo low, aweet voice that belonfia to tho 'lovoly ' ' I havo nover said muoh on thin rjuoBtion, but I feel now aa II 1 muat havo my little » In this country morriago will always do i failure until women aro educated to Ira vmci rather than mothers. Do not imagme toi one inatsnt that I undorvnluo a mother') lovo, but I do think that tlio first am Btronfiosl lovo ot a woroan'a heart should m to horbuaband, and that her children bIioiiU oomonoit. Do you remombor in mat ouri ous book ol IIbIbbo'b, ? OouBin Bcto,1 whal the virtuous wife «aid to hor huBbo...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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The dial [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

Tho dial llaooivei many ihidei, and nab points to the tan; The shadow! are many, the aunligbt ia one, Lite's Borrows still flaotuatej OoaVs love docs ? noti And bis love ts unchanged when it changes out kit, —Owen Meicdilh.

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, rilv SinisiAiUM: C.vnMi.1 LONDON. AlMilli'lO. The Influenza continues in a very virulent fomiut Hull. 1 1 has ulso sprawl to Until, In the. House of Commons- notlco oi motion hns houn given to nsk tbo (lovern meut whether warrants linvu been Issued for tho nrrest of OiiplnlirVerney, M.I'., nml Mr. Do Cobnlii, M.I1,, who nro charged with dis graceful offences ngnlnsl morality, ami what measures will Ik! taken to expel them from tho lloiua. ' « Jinx O'llell,' the author of 'John Hull and Ills Inland ', and other works, will visit Australia next year on a lecturing tour, under engagement to Jlr. II. S. Sniytho, the well-known theatrical, mnnngor. Jlr. Paul lllouot Is tho name of the writer who has assumed tho mini tfc jihtme at ' Jinx O'ltoll.' Prince lllsniarcl^ who contested nn elec tion for a sent In tho Ilciclmlag for Qeost niiindc, has boon defeated by a Soeiallstican dldato.

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An Arab Saying. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

An Arab Saying. Itsmember, three tbinga come not baok j The snow sent upon ita track, It will not Bwervo, it will not atay Ita apeed ; it flies to wound or alay. - The spoken word, bo soon forgot .: By theo; jot it has perished not j In ether hearts 'tia living stilt. : And doing work tor good or ill, And the loat opportunity, That cometh baok no moro to theej In vain thou weepeat, in vain doat yearn, Those three will nevermore return.

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [IlY SUUMAUINl: CABtil!.] (Fnojt oun own oonuE8Poxi)K:.'T3,) YICTOItlA. MKUiounxi:, April 17, The Bteamcr llrlttuula from Adelaide and London, enmu up to the outer anchorage this morning, in ucconlnnco with tho permission given by tho Hoard of Health. Pratique was ovcntually granted owing to the cases which were supposed to bo small-pox being p'voved to be chicken-pox.

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Ideas of Future Life. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

Ideas of Future Life. Tho lroquoia and Hurona believed in a country for tbo iouls of tho dead, which tboy called tbo ' country of ancestors.' This istotbeweBt, from which direction tradi tions told tbitthoy bad migrated. Spirits must go thero after death by a very long nnd painful journey, past many rivers, and at the end of a narrow bridge fight with a dog like Cerberus, and some may fall into the water and be carried away over preciploea, This road is all on tho cartb ; but several of the Indian tribes consider the milty way to bo the path of souls, those of human beings formlnc tho main body of tlio stars, nnd their dogs, which also have souls, running on the sides. In their next world the Indians do the lisroc as tboy customarily do here, but without life's troubles. Tbo Israclitles believed in a doubling of tho person by a shadow, a palo figure, which after death descended under tho caith nnd there led ft sad and gloomy existence. Tho above of these poor bcingB was called Sbeol...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

itj]i:i:\.sLiXi-. IliUBBANi:, April 17. A large wool shed on the Adsvlllc Station, Korth Queensland, which cost jg:!0,0M,niul contained r,OU bales of wool .lms been burnt down. There Is no doubt the lire was the work of nn incendiary. A telegram was received this morning that two wagoiiH with wool from Sllsoo and Uuthveu stations have been burned 30 miles from llnrcnldluc. More unionist rioters were committed for trinl yesterday at Olmrlcsvillo. A delegate from the Labour Federation leaves in a few weeks for the Argentine lie public to report upon thu prospects of that country with a vlewofsendlng some unionist shearers there.

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The Cat Killed the Eagle. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

The Cat Killed ' the ? Eagle. One day the eat was trotting out toward tho barn, carrying in her teeth1 a piece of meat for her young. A bald eagle, which bad been in tbo habit of hcverlng over the nloco. suddenly descended on pussy, and whirled her upward in a rapid, vertl cal flight. Tbo path of ascent, to the eye of a spectator watching the acene, was clearly indicated by loose feathers, violently towed from tho nolnt of combat. In time the struggling pair attained ? giddy eminence, and camo to a standstill In tho sky. Tbo ease's wings had dropped now nnd thon, and ho had glvon plain evi dence) of pain and terror, yet not once bnd bis awful grin appeared to iclax. At length a descent was begun, with a rapidity which every moment increased, and the two ani mals btruck tbo ground at tbo very point where they bad first encountered each oilier; but tho eagle was dead, and pussy, aa Boon ns sho felt terra firma beneath bor feet, Bliot away for the bntn, alill carrying her bit of meat. ...

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