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REPORTED COLLISION OF A BRITISH GUN BOAT IN THE ZAMBESH RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 October 1890

REPORTED COLLTStON OF A BHITISH OUN BOAT IN THIS ZAMBESI lUVElt. A report Iibb boon received from Listen, but not confirmed' from1 other sources, that a British Btcrn-whcol gunboat while forcing a passagd up'tbo Zambetti' III V6r;'rnn into and sa'Hk'h'l'ortugeso ganboBti'''1 '?? ???.-? -??' ? ''':

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 October 1890

PuUitlwil Every Wediictttay ami Saturday WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 15, 1SB0. By reference to the report of the meeting held nt Waratah on Saturday night it will be seen that a resolution was carried to the effect that a Railway and Public Works League bo formed int Waratah, and that tho residents of Emu Bay and Tnblo Cape be re quested to form similar leagues. We undor buuhi mm, mm a. viewgol carrying out tho suggestion of. tho meeting referred to, nnd also to take into consideration the necessity for several important public works, a requi sition is being signed nnd will bo handed to Mr. A. K. Chapman, S.M., requesting him to convene a public meeting, to bo held in the Town-hall on Saturday evening, October 25. The members for the district nre to bo in vited, as well ns tho leading residents of Tablo Cnpo, and a largo number of persons nt Wnratnh nnd the 'surrounding districts havo already signified their intention of being present. There nre several important matters thnt require attent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 October 1890

The average editor wears no diamonds. Paste is good onough for him. 'Are you going out, lather?' 'Tako earo you don't got wet foot.' 'Wotfeot?' 'Why, I've got my now boots on I' ' I thought ynu . might, for X could hoar a orookinyout booty,' She Html. this 'TiroRoua hiuusd shim | COLTJMBFS Wtr.li BTANI) THIS BRAHON AT I For tho Borvico of u limited number of , .???', ??'?? mares. ] Columbus 1b n clieslntit house by Smuggler; from 'Alice Drew; by At host, from Undine, by Kelpie, from' Hipped Homy, by St. John, from llcsslo llcdlam, by lions' Umlgrnnt, from Stella, by l'oter Fin, from Spaewifo (imp.) Smuggler by Fisherman (imp.) Winner o£ 70 llncci, ?' Columbus was a good porformcr, as his many victories show. He won thu AtiHtrnliiiri Cup, v;il.O. Town l'latc, Ballamt Cup; V.H.O. Handicap, Wcight-for-Agu moo, in which ho defeated Martlndale, Swlvellor, Savnnakn, Delliulmm, mid l'ollio ; besides running two dead licntH for Gcelong Cup. Columbus is tho sire of suvuml winners in Victoria...

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NO CONSEQUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 October 1890

NO CONSEQUENCE. ' Ho canto up Bmiling,' as tho reporters of tho P.R.- say, that is, ho came up three stairs at a jump into our sanotum, joyous, wet, aud muddy, and sotting his dripping umbrolla into our new spring hat that was on tho floor in a corner, and smoothing his damp coat sleovo upon a pago of fresh copy on our sido tablo, romarked: — . ' Say, old fellor my lad, big thing for your Facts and Fancies column ; thought of it last nigubiuiur x wuuu w ulu. 'Don't say so,' Baid wo, moving on open copy of Shakspcare away from tho water drippings that ran off his hat rim, ' quito kind of you to como up hero in tho rain to toll us — let us have it.' 'Well, why nood an astronomer novor walk?' 'Oh, bother; wo supposo it is becauso you can't teU-his-soopo, or because he's found how to nhuiot without walking, or somothing of tho kind.' ' No. It's becauso ho always knowswhero to look for an aBteroid— an ass to rido— Bee?' ; Wo didn't think it worth whilo to mention to him as ho wont out th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 October 1890

!' 'Wanted. . WANTED by young man, a situation in ' office or store, ns clerk or assistant. Applicant has had exporienco ; good refer ences. . Address.' X.Y.Z.,' Tatmanian Noun Qffico, Launces'tori.' TJT ANTED Qirl, nbout 12 or 14 years of '-TT''-' age,' miiul baby. Apply Mrs. J. M. Alexander, Wynynrd j or this office, T^rANTED TO KENT.— Thrco or four T.T '; Furnished KoomB in well-sltuatcd locality, Kmu Bay. A farm residence pre ferred. .Twolvo months tenant if suitable. Apply, by loiter to Mr. T. Kirby,thls olHco. TXT ANTED — A clean, i tidy domestic ?f 'T- gonornal Bervant. .Family of two. No children. Easy nnd comfortable place. Mrs. Jaiieb Pattbbson, Burnio. WANTED.— Apprentice to tho Black smithing. W. MVLAN, Emu Bny. . ., ' AjDlllMCUlC'IltN. TT\ O'W'N H A-'L h, B U R N I E . mi av:-, SATUpDAY, OCTOBEB . 1?. , ' ' ' ''.'FliEDERIOK, the firetnnd only ' ?M-A.C GABE ?' ? ' ' ? ? Assisted by ,;.y: MDLLii. MINNIA, ' In ' BEGONE DULL OAIIE,' and' ! ?' « THE MAGIO STATUE.' _ Admissio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 October 1890

Special A«lv«irtirttimcntM. /'VUEEN'S OBAMHAH SCHOOL, W KMU HAY. Principal:— i. HAMILTON HOYCB, Certificated Trained Teacher, Melbourne University; Certificated Teacher, Drawing, Drill, Gymnastics. Senior Lady Assistant : — Miss S. do B. Mtoiby, Certificated Trained Tcnclicr! Junior Lady Afsistaut : — Mibs M. Bnowjr, Melbourne University. The course of instruction includes English in all its branches, Latin, French, Mnthc matics, i:c. Prospectus nud terms on appli cation to tho Principal. It. S. TAILOR & Co., tCWIUi' .*?!«? .-'?:? E«i)E-9;- u«v- .itTLVERSTONE. X-an«l, Itotat*^, ConiiiilNNion, nnd mining' A«'«i'itH. Farms, Country, nnd Town Lots for Eale, nnd reliable information obtained coucorulng nil k^-f land on the North-AVcst Const - ; AUCTION SALES CONDUOl'EDJ

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Managers' Reports [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

; Manntrcr*' MeiMU'J*. ? \ Washington, Wliyto Bivor, Oct. 11.— Tho main ndlt has been extended 8ft. during the last fortnight; total, 154ft. The crosscut on the course, of the lodo extended 12ft. ; total, 112ft.. Tho lode consists principally of mnugahesc. 'X'hc.mnininditis let on con tract to drive 50ft. ' Goilkin Extended (Whyto Itlver), October 11. — Since my lust report tho drive on the No. 2 lode hns been extended 10ft., total 19ft. ; 22 tons of ore pndilocked, total ft'!) tons. The lode has not been looking quite ds well, for tho lnst 5ft. owing to a' little sandtttonc coming id'iroin thesN.13. »i-le, which seems to have pushed' the lode out of its course,1 but I 'think the sandstone will soon cut out ns there are small veins of metal running through it. Tho furnace is completed and 100ft. of pipes put in, aiulj expect to complete this work nt end of the week. Tho turntable is in and works well. Contractors' have started work in the main adit.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

Mixiwea ..iwirEM^icjKa-ci:. 1 ? [Mining 'managers nfo rospeotfully re quested to 'forward tliotr reports as early as possible, Any items oE nows for insortion under this heading will bo thankfully re ceived.] ? ? ?? . . ', '.Th{ hianagdr of the Godklii S.'M.'Coiilpnny bns written to tho nioniigbra of the vnrious mlniu situate at the Whyto .lliv.er and Hua zlowooil /districts, requesting them to HtiUo what quantity, of orathoycoul(l supply rogu lnrly for the, purpose of smelting.* The Goil kin Compnny hare decided to' erect Kincltcrs ns ciirly ns possible, ami are soliciting the above information- for tho purpose, of deciding upon the size, of plant thoy will rcqulri], ' Our Wnmtnh correspondent writes : — A meeting of the shareholders of the Cimlkin Anmlguiiintcd was |ield at Alfonl's Motel on 'Sntunlny. last, Dr. Kennedy In the chain (The object of tlio'lfrft'otiiii;' was to appoint J,wp. shareholders to proceed to Melbourne to complete the nrrnugcnicnts for floating the company. T...

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ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

' ANTICIPATIONS. 'Augur,' in tlio Autrnlatian, tips tho following :— Maiden Plate— Gaudy or Upper Ten. Nursery Handicap— Molnbo or Stead fast. Selling Uace— Partner. Caulflold Oup — Tourbilloii or Little Btirnic, 1 i Singapore, 2 ; Pynmnllon or , Lpyal Stone, ».;8tuupio ohnso -Aorabnt, .? Winilniu' UftiiilicRp— Klslu of Telisum, ' ' ', , . ThiKvoiiliig Jh'valil tjns Leopold' straight outfiif tho Cup.. ..' ' ''. '?'?:' '?' ' . f (? St rllng ' in tho Sjiorltniah :s616ctS' tho' following : — Sialdoii1 Plato1 —^ Tandy,' '1 | Niliill»t,2 i Cominoitqro, B, Niirs6ry;Hiindt. enp— 'Jooyn, 1 ; .jtollnn, 2 ?'Lysln, ». Halliiig Unoe— Hogmnnny, 1 j U-iystaf, 2 j Promised ,Lnnd !». .Cup— Oaidoigh; 1 1 Wttlo Biirnlu, 2j L'jopold,' Loyar'^toiib,'1 or H\ylii|f;' I).1 Steeple— Sir Josliiiii; I')'1 llollo,' 2 | -'Siitan, Lnwlor, or Acrobat,' ». ' AVi'ndsorHanilicap— Collooii llawn, 2 | Kplo or'Orown Jowol, It, ? ? ' Soor ' in tho SjiHrhiniin tips ns folloU-o : '— Oup— Eniio,' with Loyal Stono and Leo ...

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CORNER MEN OF THE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

CORNER MEN ,OF THE STREET. It is a common sight to ceo a group of mon with their hands in their pookots, and thoir pipes in their moutlia, standing in front ot publio houses. They turn up in the morning with tho greatest regularity, and remain thoro bo persistently that they are called ' corner men.' Now what has often puzzled many people is how these men manage to mako a living. Tlioy hold a horBo now and then, or run an errand, and so pick up a few coppers ; but all this im mediately goes in bear, to help still more to disfigure their already bloated countenances. Perplexed on this point, tho writer asked a policeman if he could throw any light on the matter. ' Oh,' said ho, ' their wives go out charing and work of that kind. They make their wives keep them and give them rkct money. If they haven't any money them thoy beat them.' It wouldn't be a bad idea to havo a law compelling these eurs to do the moBt disagreeable work in the various communities they belong to.

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DECEIVERS EVER. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

DECEIVERS- EVER. Mrs. Brown—' Such imnudenoe I Thero'i that Mrs. Robinson was in here to-day to know if hor daughtor Jennie could be placed nndcr your ohargo tho noxt timo you go to Liverpool.' Mr. Brown (dolighted, for Jennie Robin son is very pretty, but feigning to bo annoyed) — 'That old Mrs.. Robinson is an idiot. : Tho idea I Catch mo being soon in company with her daughter, that freckle faced, turn-up nosed, red-headed fright I' Mrs. B.— ' What I why, MIbs Robinson' is considered 'quito beautiful, and is described as having golden hair, a lily complexion, and a Grecian faco.' ' Fiddlesticks I That's hecnuse sho has money in hor own right. Every wealthy girl is beautiful. I want none of her com pany.' ' Mrs. B. (after a pauso)— 'But my dear, I think you bad better take Jcnnio under your charge. AVo should bo polito to tho ?Robinsons. Thoy aro well off, and they havo always been good neighbours.' Mr. B. (in a whirl of delight, though appa rently with groat roluctancc) — ' Well,...

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CAULFIELD CUP MEETING. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

CADLFIELD CUP PETING, - (BY SUBMARINE OABLE.) . (PnOM OUB COltKEBPONDENT.) IIei.bodhne. Fridav. The Cnulilcld Cup Meeting which taken place to-morrow, promises to bo very success ful though it will of coure bo affected by the strike. Tho weather is beautiful to night and should It continue to-morrow there will be a large attendance mid good run-, niug. Leopold lias been 'performing splendidly on tlio track for the past few days and is expected' to run a very good horse. Marvel hns been scratched for the Cup. .......

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The Benefit of an "a." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

Tho BeaoUt ol u '».' A puddlor went the other day to getbia ohild christened. ? Miuiater— AVhat name shall you callth* Puddler— Thoo can caal the kid owt thoo likss. - Minister— I think Benjamin. is a very nice name. ' i ' ...''.' ruddier— Varry weol j caal jfc Benja Tho puddlor carao outof thochurchwith his wife and child, highly delighted with the name, whon a thought Btruclc him. Hushing back into tho church, and over taking tho minister' walking down the) aisle, he exclaimed - . - - ,- -, , Hey, mister, the yotiug squeaker's alas*. Tho minister was ut u.loss what to do uudor tho oircumstancos. Howovor,he put in du a at tho end of the uame, and they call tho ohild Benjamins*

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

NEW-SOUTH WALES. Sydney. Fridnv.' Tho minors in tho Newcnstlo district havo applied to the Defence Committee to resumo work. Tho request has boon refused as tl(o , maritime bodies recognise ,tliat,tho .Btriko ' will be at onco ended if supplies of coal nro obtainable. . ' Thero is evidence on nil sides of the striko being nenrly ended. A large wool-shearing shed wns burned down in this colony this morning, Tho damage 1b estimated at £12,000. — — — — — . — ? Truth snys bo much incxepss of tho supply Is tho demnnd for the whnlebone that Beveral pTeo^lotUoT^ nt thC '

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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

SHII-P1XG, arrived, '??'' ?/'' Ootobor 15,— llorbort, s.s., 150 tons, Gup?, tnln G. Tntt, from Luunceston anil --West Dovouport, Cargo— SiiniU'ios. *-' '?' Ootobor 1(1.— Wnkollolil, b,b., Ill tons, Onptnln J. II. Stockman, from Lnuuoostou and Const ports. Cnrgo— Sundries, October 10. — Dartluilrin, ketch, from Liuui ccston. Ootobor 17.— WnkcHold,8.8., HI tons, Cnp taln J. II. Blockmnn,' comnmudor. ? SAILED. Ootobor IB.— Horbort, b.s., 160 tons, Onp tnln O. Tntt, for Circular Hcncl nnd Muc quarlo Ilnrbour, Cargo — A qunntity of clmfE nnd Bundrlcs, Ootobor 16.— Wave, kotoli, for Uio Ciun. Octobor 10.— Bcrthalda, lcotch, for tho Cum. Ootobor 10.— Wakofiold, b.s., 1-14 tons. Captain J. H. Stockmnn, for Oironlnr Hand. Ootobor. 17. — Harry Wood, Bohoonor, for Circular Head. Cargo — BricltB nnd timber. October 18. — Wnkoficld, b,b., 144 tons, Cnptnln J. H. Stocskmnn, for Lniracoaton. Cargo — 1180 bngs o£ tin ore, hides, nud skins. ; IMPORTS. Oct. 10. — Wnkefiold, B.s,,froin Lnunccsloh. 28 ...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [Br.SuoMABiNB Cable.] (fbom oub own oobbespondents.) VICTORIA.. MEnnointiiE, Fridny. 'At the opening wool sales of the season at Messrs. Qoldsbrough and Co., on Wednesday, buyers were very nnmoroiu nnd the bidding animated. Prices showed n decline nil ' round of about 10 percent, on lnat'soasoii's rates. ^ A syndicate is being formed to charter a number of tho. British India nnd othor steamers for tho purpose of delivering 100,000 tons Asiatic coal in Sydnoy. Tho Premier Building Socioty esses wero begun before the Chief Justice oil Wodncsdny ? ? nnd continued yesterday nnd to-day. The , enso against Doherty, formerly accountant of .: tho society, lasted until to^lny. Dr. Madden ? - delivered a very powerful nddross on belmlf , of the. prisoner, but the judge sommed 'up ' agninst him. Tho jury havo not yet returned - a verdict. . .??-.'..' ., ..:..-. A telegram rccoived . f rom Syduoy states. ?', that the miners inro prcparod to return to ; work under : tho terms...

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YANKEE YARNS. THE ENVIOUS MICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

YANKEE YARNS. 'the envious mice. An old oooltroBoh who hnd just alriiok a fkahionsblo new residence lor - three months stay, encountered Bomo mioo who were also strangarB to tho plaoo. ' Did you over bco bucIi stingy nooplo t' oxolaimed ono of the mice. 'AVe have hunted the plsee over without io much aa finding a crumb ot ohoese.' — * 'I 'Ah,indoedl' - ? ? ? \ 'And os tor cake, I don't boliovothoy have any in tho house, even for company.', ' Exaotly.' 'And what's your opinion ol a family who don't tako but a pint of milk per day, and keep that under lock and key ?' »Ah I' ? ' ' ' And to sum up the enso,' continued tho mouse, as his eyes flashed nnd hiB bosom heaved with indignation, ' We have made up our minds that if wo nro not treated in a more liberal manner we slinll leave this resi dence to bo sold on a mortgage I' Moral — ' Just so,' said the oookronoh to himself, as tho mico Bcampered off ! 'I have always noticed that tho chap who earns tho least by his own effortB is the lir...

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BEST HE COULD AFFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

BEST HE COULD AFFORD. Old Gentlomari— ' Littloboy, I am grioved to see you smoking a cigarette.' Street Boy—' What do yer mean ? Yor don't B'poao a young gent wi' my allowanoo Can sport a moorsohaum, do yer J'

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HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY. A robber who bad worked for bIx long hours to break open a safe accomplished nil task to discover that his reward was scarcely a shilling. Ho was lamenting and denounc ing hiB ill-luck when aprirato watchman put hiB head into tho office and said — ' Had you come to mo, I would hare given you at least a quarter to lot tho safe alone. Yon have not only sold your sorviceB at a very cheap price, but if it was not my hour for going to sleep I should certainly tako you to the station, and see you sent over the toad.' - Moral— Don't steal n fifteen-cent dog when it is easy enough to borrow a dollar of the owner. - ?

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THE STRIKES DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 October 1890

THE STRIKES DIFFICULTY. The London Dockers have cabled a further sum of £1500 to tho Australian strikers. The Sailors' Union have decided to makca leavy 61 10/. per member to ralBO their fight ing .fund to £00,000, the 'amount in hand being £!!0,000. It is expected thnt tho Lhbor ? Federation, which will be comprised of unskilled .laborers, will contain ' three millions - of workers — dockers, Bnllors, colliers, gns stokers, nnd others connected witli shipping, nil of which the Federation wlU'embraco.

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