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

BULLETIN . ; ? ?/I-1 SPECIALITIES! DEMPSTER' PEARCE. THE OBMTJZ GLOVE Onn only bo procured f mm us. Wo hnTO I liu ngency for all Tasmania. lu liglit mill dark tmiH iiml browns, ami blnok, U-bulton or clasp. Price, 2/1 1 1 postal frcc.ll/. Wo have sold liOOO rinlrs with only three complaints, which wore met with n fresh pair being b! von. I'LKASIS WHITE KOlt BAJIPM3 PAIB. Tlic -lice Hire CVl.\E,t Ill.A.VKliT. Lust ycnv our sale wns very large, nnil tilts one wo nope to top it. We hnvo now opened tho llrst shipment, and can highly recom mend n trinl of u pair, They arc without iloubt exceptional good vnluu. The Bee, Hire, SHILLING VELVETKKN. Tills hns surprised n low this Benson. Please write for wimples. They will be posted free to yon. It is worth 1/1) a yard, anil we, lure every shade mid any nmount o[ It. THE BEE HIVE Guinea Calico. Koch piece contains JO yards. Our con stant study hns pnxliiced a magnificent cnlico suitable for Ladies1 nnd Children's wear. There nrc not ninny hou...

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

[ COMMERCIAL, Wo have no change in the price of pota toes to note, buyers still giving £'2 per ton. Other lines of produce rcmnln at last quo ' tatlons. ; Large quantities of produce are awaiting . Bhlpment nt the breakwater for tho West Coast, nnd shippers are nnxioiisly looking for the nrrivnl of another steamer to take nwny the various consignments. Tho latest Sydney quotations for potntocs arc «»I16 to jm/17/0 and up to Ai lor 11 Circular Heads/'ond JC1I forWnrrunnibools. Whcnt is firm in Melbourne ill 4/8). ! Tho ketch Merthaldlo nrrived from Stnnldy early yestonlay morulug with 110 bags of oats tat Captain Wllliatu Jones. ! Tho Flora, which left for Melbourne last night, took 600 hags potatoes, 8 blackwood logs, nnd 546 bags silver oro from this port.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

SHllMUlVti, AltltlVUD. April IIS.— ?pioni,H.s,, l»7lltons,J. V.llent. . ?'ley, from Mol bourne. Passengers— 5Ir. and Mrs. Onrsons, Hev. Mr. mul lilrs. Uurrldge, family nnd serviint (8), McmIiiiium llylnud, llaxwoll, Donumle, llamlluy j Missus Hill, ' Maxwell, Uruilon, Anderson ; Messrs. Tndd, Llddlo, Gardner, Simmons, Chaiubei's, 1 Wilson, Lcnnon, Hniulley, Iloyei), I'. Btuttord, Ganlner, AVnlkor, Croft, Lloyd | 10 stceniKO. April 17.— Flora, s.s., 11173 tons, J. V, Bcntlcy, from Dovonport, SAILED. .- AprillB.— Flora, «.»„ 11178 tons, J. V. Bontloy, for Devouport. April 17.— Flora, 8. b., 1I17B tons, J. V. Bontley, for Melbourne. Passengers— Mes- dames Smnrt and M'nite; Mto Humlleyi ' . :K«v. Welling, Dr. SmltUi llcssw. Atknupu, P, Wiseman j Muster White ; G steerage. Tho s.s. Flonv arrived from Melbourne at 11,1)0 a.m. on WcdncsUny, discharged cm ;o, anil loft for Dcvohport nl 2 p.m. Arrlvei at s this port from Devonpott nt 4.IIO p.m. -V»- tcrdny, took on board a'qunntity of potati...

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A Fine Man. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

A JFlne Man. Smtii— 'Lstmesee. Mr. Simjc^ia Irani jOwi ?cctloo, isa't he ! I Bonnisos— ' Yes, lived there for jean.' ' Ho seem! to bo a rcmarkiVly flno taisV ?' HMJ/I ;«? enjmy In the Tioijd.' '^^ '

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Gordon's Wonderful Power. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

Gorilon's U'oHtlerftil Power, What WM tbo secret of hia wondorful power - Much of It lay In b!s fcnrlewocM, much in his swiftness of thought »nd action, and much In what tho Yankee would cnllhiB capability in nil thingg, small ns well as great. Ho could rido nnd shoot nnd tinker, and conduct campaigns and negotiate treaties, nil with unhesitating self-reliance. As n matter of course such a man takes com mand. Gordon nevor lacked opportunities to Bhow thtBo qualities. Wbon steaming quietly up the Nile n monkey with which he was playing fell overboard. In n twinkling Gordon was In the wnter'-nftcr him.- By good luck thu crocodiles Rot neither go vcmor-ircncrnal nor monkey. When 'n nuggcr was being hauled up tho rnpida same way south ot Lado the cable get nwny tram the men nn the bank and tho'vciwl was swept on tbo rocks. Ho ono would volun teer to go out nnd pick-up tho 'cable, nnd Gordon Jumped into a aklfl and wont out alone. To be sure the skill upset nnd the govcrnor-gcnornl. sat ...

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

Jlopclcss. A. deaf and dumb barber down ioivn started up, And I chuckled, ' Norr life's worth living., ,tt«' Into. Uut tho moment I smilingly cutorcd his shop lie commenced with a poncll and slato I

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Volcania Islands Sinking. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

fruUania Islamlx Sinklut). Lottors. reooUod from tlio Urltlsh ship ISgetln, which hu boon engaged for n oon Bldorablo timo an Bounding operations In tho South Paclllc, state that nhe h«s jiibI oomplotofl » survoy of tlio Union group of islnndii, nnd a lino nf soundings has been enniod from thoBO inlnnda to K/jl, and tboaco to Tonga, for tin purpoio of cablo luylng, ahould r. oablo atnuy futuro time bo doomed noceBaary. ? On tho first ol October tlio Kgcria Iclt Toniia for Ihu Falcon Islam), one of tlio Tonga group, which wan thrown up llvo yonrs ago by a volcanic eruption, »nil was then Btated to bo live miles long and throe miles wide-, but, to thu Biirpriao of thosolontlllo olllcorson board, thoy found It to bo only about half Its original size. The placo proved to bo composed entirely of volcanic cinders, ivlth email, lint sulphur ous Bprlngs here and there, nnd iu somo places tho ground was so hot ns to render walking exceedingly uncomfortable and in other places actually danger...

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The Inner Man. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

Tho Inner Mnn. Atmosphorio Humidity,— The amount ol aqueoUB vapor that tho utmoapboro ia cap able ol holding varies with Its tonipcraturo, boing greater when tho air la warm, greater in Bummer than in Winter and niealer in » warm than a eold climate. The rolnllvn humidity oxorolsea a powsrlul InDueneo upon animal and vegetablo life. It is a well-known fsot that the inhabitants of a dry olinmto are as a rule, thin and sallow, while thoso living In a moist insular country havo well developed figures and treah, ruddy oomplexions, It it lo the greater dryuosa of this country that wo owe tho poouliar pblslquo ol our people, which ia so different from that of our English Anoostors, Sobagintwolt, a Qerman, who travelled oitonelvcly in thin country, notes this peculiarity, assorting that wo uro viry proud of tlio lGnniioss of our women: 'Ac* cording to l'ettonkofor and Volt, thu human body oxhnlos from tho lungs and skin twrnty eight ounces in twenty-four hours and of this a little over hov...

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Puzzle Column. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

Puzzle Column. - No. 7. Take the following figures — , 1 2 » 4 B 0 7 8 !l and w- place them thnt whoh ndded together they will make a total of 100, but none of the figure* must lie used moro thnu once. No. 8— Uy G. P. So arrange tho following figures in five ' ' rows that when added up or down, sideways, or across from 0110 comer to the other tho totnl will lie 20. 2 It 4 ' (i . 0 , : ? 2 !l 4 6 0 2 II 4 fl , I) 2 It 4 S 0 2 n 4 Ii 0 '? ' ' No. 0. ? If 1', laborers working 10 hours a dny can . u, dig 4ii0 ynrdB of n trench In 18 days, how ninny will bo required to dig 480 yards In 8 dnys, working 8 hours dny / Answers to questions published April 4 :-* Nol. 18 8 3 . 1 1 ? ; 21 Thoro nre nlso other methods of doing It No. 2. 800,000. No. 8. 60351. Correct solutions hnve been received as follows ; — ? . W. P. Jchkln, Stowport-^No. 1, 5 marks; II. T. Lawson, Wamtah— No. 1, fi; No. 2, 5, . A.lt., Somerset — No. 1, G ; No » B ' ' Dobbin,' Stanley— No. 2, G. Vo 2 IT JO''' IIol'lcs' Stanle...

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Poetry. Only a Tramp [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

poetry Only a Trump ' It's only a tramp I' tho bearers said, As they carelessly turned away, Ami tjikko with it jest of !Lo unknown (lend i Then tlto corridors echoed tholrhoavy trend, Ami tun light full ilim mid gray. Ill bIiiuIu* darkened tho gloomy plnoo Like tho iluak of n funeral pall | It Almost hill tho am) white (nco, Worn with the Hues Hfo's trials trace, And cliot tu humnn call. Pound wliero tho river's turhulant tldo doea out to tho far, wldo ncn ; Where tho treated billows turaultuously Slide, Where the white sailboats and Btenmors ride, And thcwild winged nulls dart free. Only a tiamp who llcth licnd, With his hamis on his quiet breast | Starving, pcrhai.'n, for a niorsol uf bread, As into the rlver'B ungrudged bed Me threw hlraaolt down to rest. ? Or else, perhaps— Ood knowoth the right I— Thrown there by n murderer's hand, In tho stilly deaths of boiiic weird midnight, With the silver o! Cynthia's cloud-velled light FleckinK tho sleeping land. Fricndlcsi, alns I Not a...

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

Jlosit Iliirhoiir Notes. (K1I0M OUU OWN OOIUIESI'ONDKNT.) After the mild excitement cnuscd by the nnnunl visit of the steam threshing machine, we have relapsed into our usual comatose stnte. We did certainly open one eye when we hcurd of the silver Iiml at 1'lou-ciilalo ; it made us wink, in fact; not that naughty closing of tho oyc peculiar to sharcbrokers on 'Change, but thatpcculiarly rapid motion of tin; eyelid which follows the unexpected embrace of a lamp-post on a very dark night. Do you notice It / Though we cannot boast' of our mineral resources nt Iloat Harbour, some of our neighbours aro turning tholr attention to the plHentorird treasures of the deep. Jicssrs. Dean nud Harrison have just completed the building of n very trim fishing boat. She (note carefully the gender), is 14ft. on the keel, lint bottcmed, ami built of knurl pine. When launched lnst week, I nm told she looked like a thing of life and beauty on the wave. Her lively frolics were too much for some of her l...

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TASMANIAN NEWS. HOBART. HOBART, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

TASPNIAN NEWS. [By KLEOTmr TKkeaitAPH.J (F1IOM OUlt OWN COBUESPOXnENT.) IlOKUtT. HoUAitT, April 17. The deputation from Lnuncoston combined with several members of tho Ilobart Cham bcrof Commerce waited upon the Postmaster General to-day, with, reference to the Intercolonial JIall Service. As n result of the interview Mr. Hint promised that better arnmacments would lie made for the future. Writs for thu general election will be Issued early nest month, nnd be mnilo retuni.ible cither in the hist week In Maj or tlie first In June. It Is expected that the new Parliament will assemble about tho 20th of June. Tho writ for Iliuwoll (which district tho Hon. Win. Jloore represents) will bo Issued on Monday nnd the date of the election will bo Tuesday, May S. Quamby the supposed murderer of Ann Davidson nt Sandy liny, is making rapid progress towards recover}-. rowing to Interruptions to the telegraph line lnst night between Iturnie.nnd Tnble Capennd llunile nnd Laimeestnn, n report of Jlr....

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One Night of Horror. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

One Night df'Hbrrcm One night I wont lobsd with glossy brown hair, and the face of a girl of oightuon j next morning I loft my room with hair as gray as It Is now, though forty-two yoara have passed away sinco then. !. , In one night an awful horror struck mo suddenly, with . tbo weight of (cores of My' father was a Mr, Harriot, a ship broker, who lived in BiiBspll square with Ills family, consisting of my mother and four children, of whom Iwas the oldest, One morning, in December of 1812, whllo wo wero Bitting at breakfast, my mother re marked, as she llnlahod reading a lottor which had just bean delivered i ; 'It's from Judith. She wanlB Ullen to go and Btay a month at Tho Willows. But I do not liko tlio lilrm. Him nnvar men nailed on us when slio came baok to England last suinnior. llcsldes, wo bavo known nlinost nothing other for theso yenrs past.' ? 'Oh, 1 should liko immensely to seo Aunt Judith,' I cried. ' ' 11 Hut you Imvo nover Boon mid don't know anything about hor,' repl...

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Carbine and Marved. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

CuihiiK! 11 lid Marvel. ^ Tho downtnll of 'tho people's Idol,' ns □nthluo, l« Htyled, was imrhaps tho greatest of the many mirprlses thatliavu been ussoclateil with thu A..I.U. Aiitiiinii Jlcet Ing (says tho writer ot ' Tuvt Noteii ' lu last Saturday's ' Anstrnlnslnn.' I can Imagine thu excite ment nt llnudwlok— tho cheers for the de po»otlchnm|dou,uud thoKtonm which greeted lis eomiuui-or, Marvel, who has been n regular ' bughonr to bnckei-s and n mystery to uvory. body, If the luisuuH ot Marvel possussed halt tho sportsman-like qualltlui which hnvu mailo Jlr. Don/ild Wallncu m popular, thu publle would, have felt as honest a pride n Marvel's success as it does when Carbine s vldorloim. Thu triiunpli and uxultntloii . ol thu Mnrvel party, howuver, was short lived, In this respect reminding mo of tho tltluot tho old farce, 'Hlch for Ouu Hour,' for, on their meeting again lu tho Cumberhuul Stakes a little Inter In tlionfternoon, Carbine routed thu usurper, ami 1-cnsscrtud in a very d...

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The Home. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

,' i i ' \ Tito Homo, Jonnlo Juno's Opinions.— ' Than journuliuiu there uro fow liurdcr ihiuga that I ijirl oan try, II inatend of oonlluing hcrflolf tn oooiaionul fnshlon noton and goaaip oorro. *lioudnnoo, bIio talioa a plnon on Iho regular Btaff of a pupor and rhoulders oomo of Iho torloua work ol Journnbam. For tlia Uvo 'yosrs Hint I was on tho weekly and Sunday ?Tlniofl tho staff never exceeded three, and tot llio rrjoat part included only two persons. That nan in war times, too, when people ox ipeotod a uooil deal of lifo and fire from their pspern. Between us wo wrote tho wholo Bheoi exoonl the weekly short slory. ' I was tho exchango editor, tho dramatic 'critic, tho uiusionl oritio and tho book rovloHor. I never turned in loss than two oolumnr), broad columns they wcro too, of editorials and another ooluinn and a half of minion editorial akolohcs of politloiana and Konernln. With all this I kept up n column 'arid u half of my npcolal department, ' parlor . and sidewalk Komi...

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Penguin Pioneer Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

Penguin Pioneer Agricultural Society. (I'llOM OUU OWN OOltllHSPONDENT.) Tho nnnunl show held on Thursday was exceptionally good for the season, and the nttondniicu wnx very nnmerous. Tho takings at the gate wore £118. The Ulveintone llrass Hand, tuidor the lcndcrahlp ot Jlr, J, Porter, purformeil during Ihudny In their usual first cliusn style. Messrs. A, a , Wuhntiw nud Sou, of Hnlmrt, were represented by Jlr. J. W. Cheek, who manipulated a steam generator and a Pease farm fan to great advantage. Tho same Him nlso exhibited n garden plough, ohnftcultor, and ' facility ' toed sower. Jlr. Pardoe, ot tho Levon Pottory, had a very creditable, collection of his wares on exhibi tion, whloh attracted .1 deal of attention. The booth was very tustfully- decorated, nnd presented n most ? plowing nppenranoo. Tho exhibits were, ns usual, first class, and nlthough not so numerous in some classes, tho deficiency wns mailu up In other.*. The grain shown was, without exception, very good, and gave...

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Not Generally Known. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

Xot Generally Known. Standing by a friend, the other dav, 1 ex pressed a wish to kuow which point was the north. Ho at once pulled out his watch, looked at it, nml pointed to the north. 1 asked him whether he had a compass at tached to his watch. ' All watches, ' ho re plied, ' are comp.iBscs.' Then lie expluincd to me how this waa. Puint the hour hand to the sun, and the south is exactly half way be.wccn the hour nnd llio H(;utu twelve on thewntch. for ins.ance, aupposu that it is four o'clock. Puiut the hand iiiiiicnting four to the -uu and two on the watch Is exactly south. Suppose that it is eight o'clock ; point the hand indicating eight, to the sun, and the figure ten on the watch ia due south, My friend wna quito surprised taut 1 ilid not know this, but 1 feel sure that many share my ignorance.

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A Balloon Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

A Itolloon Accident. An Bscunsion of tho bniloun 1'ulilu look place f l om ihu Avenue ito la IMonsn du 1'iiiIb, nt Coiirbovoio. nt lour o'clock ono afteruoun. Mr. l'nul I.q.iinn', tho ruroimut, and Mr. (innrgu IJumiiit, nnu of hia friends, both nlndcen yenra uf nun, woru in tho cur. The nuutnt was very rapid. Tho hpucliUma wlui wero preaent saw thu linllniiu nasnuio suddenly a pcuiilinrahnpn. I'lial It flattened out, thenlinssunird thu hhnpu of a splimlu, then that of » bull, Thev supposed at lirat that thu iMlluun waa a 'dirigible air ship ; but Ihu real fads beenmo apparent by thu swaying uf tlio balloon, nnd then by the awful dron that fnllnwi',1. 'Tho b:illr,iiii bus burst, and tliu poor un fortiinnt'! tiro liut I' uriud the speo tntniK. Thin is what took plnuo ns unriatol by Mr. l'mil 1,-piiiico, who 1ms beun Rood enough to givo ua the facts of tho There wns nothing uniimul nbout the In llnllui; operations. Knr a moment, however, Iho hnllwu wn» curried by tho wind nunlnst the b...

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Subjects for Thought. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

Subjects lor Thought. Each individual owes a duty to society to exert an influence against evil clointr, and he cannot Ignore it with impunity. One of tlio most powerful of human influences is tliat of a popular opinion. Every one respects it, and In greater or less deprce is led by it, consciously or unconsciously. Whether as a restraint or an Incentive, ills ever actively moulding the conduct of the community. Dut what Is popular opinion 1 It is nothing more thnn tbe nggrogntu of in dividual opinion, mil It is rande manifest only by tho frank expression uf ench indl vi.lunl in various aud characteristic ways. It is not nn outsldo something which we can tnke In nndaualvse and discuES, for each one of us is daily contributing his or hor share tn Its formation. We cannot rail at it for being frivolous or cruel or fickle or untrust worthy without iu a degree condemning ourselves in the same direction. What ever bo its character, we must each accept a measure of responsibility in havin...

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Subjects for Thought. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 April 1891

Subjects for Tliotiylit: ,*-. . Tukv who have read about everything are thought to understand everything, too; but il la not' always so. ? Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of kuowledgo; it is thinking that makes what we read ours*. Wo are ol the ruminating kind, and it- Is not enough' to orain cuiaelvea with1 n great load of collections— we must obew thorn over again.. -. . ,. , .-.,., 1 Hb who does the beat he oania alwojB Im proving-'HIa best ot yesterday ia outdone to-daj, and his best of to-day will bo outdono to-morrow. It is this steady progress, to matter from what point it starts, that terms the obiel element ot all gioatneas ond good- t neis. ' Ir jour faith is weak, do not wait for un. usual manifestations or novel proofs ' ot things uojceD, but use the means of knowing Ood which otherB have lound euQloient, and whioh God has actually furnished. Thus that govern most make leant noils. You aee when thoy row in a barge they that do drudgery work alaeh and puff ...

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