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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

Births, Marriages, Deaths. DEATH. TOOMEY. — On April 18, at his parents, resi- dence, East Wynyard, Patrick Joseph Toomey, aged 26 years. Loved and respected by all who knew him.

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Potatoes in Difference Ways. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

Potatoes in Different fl'itys. ' Does anybody want to know the varia tions played in our kitchen on the tune of plain, cold, boiled potatoes? Hero they arc: Milk is the key-note, and Ibe first recipe is this : Tut three-fourths cup of milk— with Ibe cream on-in a shallow fr-ing.pan; heat to bulling point, then add a pint of cold sliced potatoes, salt, pepper, and a generous lump of butter j simmer gently a few minutes, and servo but. A second recipe is: one cup ot milk to which, when it bulls, la added a tablcapnontul nf corn-starch paste, then put in ono pint of notatoes cut in dice, and the salt, mnncr and butter needful. Or instead oE corn alarch, etir iu a wcll-benlon egg juat before acrving. , The other variations are (undo by using Iho above ingicdlcn{s and Adding different flavors : as at one time sprays of trcah parsley : at another boiled corn cut from tlio cob : at another n sliced onion or two— Ihutigh these Imt must be cooked in water awhile before lielng added to tbe po...

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House and Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

Uouuo unit ?QavfWjt '# -isf- — «\ ~'W, i » ''Isn't it Btrnntjo,'^B.ald a sl)Qrt, foreign looking man tlio other day to boiuo com panions wbllo lunching liiuotbor nt ono ot tbo restaurants, ' that not olio uook In llfty, nor liomokeciior, cither, knows lion tu boll an egg? And yit . iiuul noaplo think they know this slniplo matter. Tlmy will tell yuu to drop II Into boiling water uud lot It remain three minutes, mid to bo sure tlio water la boiling, licro il' whore the miatako Is mado. An cup; bo nrunnrcd is In'rllKCitiblo nnd hardly ill for a well person, let alono ono who is Blck, to cut, The moment It is plunged into boiling water tho white hardens and toughens. To boll an amr propurly, put It in a vessel, cover with cold water, plaoo over tho lire, ami tlio acoond tlio water be-, gins to boll youreug Is done, Tho white ia an delicate as jolly nud ns easily digested and nutritions ns It ihould be, Try It. . .,;??' I All hotel clerk has discovered a cheap and elttclunl pen, wiper. ...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1801. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

Publhhcd JJeerg Weihunilay and Untuning. ' 'SATURDAY, Al'lUL So, 1801. ? : ? ♦ — ? '? — ! . ' POMTlOA'ii. — The ' plan of campaign ' for tho electoral district of Wellington has commenced, nnd in our advertising columns will bo .found announcements from Messrs O. «.. M. Fenton nud C. 11. Hall, giving dates of meetings ito bo held by them nt various places il n the electorate. From our Hobart correspondent wo lenni thnt Parlia ment will bo formally dissolved on May 1, and writs will be issued during tho llrst week in next month, for the new Parliament. For nil districts outside Hobart nnd Lannccs toll the dates nf nomination will be from May 8 to May 11, while for tho two cities the period. will be from May 8, to May IB. The polling dny throughout the colony will bo May 22. It will therefore be seen,' as woetatcd recently, that intending can didates will lmvo no time to spare It they intend making their views kimwn to^ nil tho electors in, the djstriot. The supporters of each candida...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

i^U^eahng ftcm*. ' ' aANADAfliasVbou't 25.000 telcpliones iu uso.fs1 W* *@ Sr ):y '?'???'.' o' ' Goethe besan tlio first port of ' Faual ' , . asenrly ns 17711, ., , Tint cclobrnted star Algol baa a diameter ' ot 1,110,000 mllcB, or l!Gli,000 limes greater , . thnuoursuu. , Oldk from whalo refuso U ? now article ' of coiumorco la Russia. KlCKr.l- and oliromo Btrnta bare been ' ' dlioovorod In Silesia. ! No less than 1,17:1 |iorsons havo been burled In Wcitininiter Abbey. Piiakok last year supplied Knglnnd with no leas than GIUI.MIcwt. of butter. No leas tbnn l,2'.»5,000owt,of fresh mutton woro imported Into tbo United Kingdom in 18811. Britain pnys (or Bonding letters aoross , . Ibo Atlantic Its. per lb., and America pays for Bonding Icttora tbcro la. I0J, per lb. In Ovo years MB licenses wore mipprcsicd In Scotland wbon they enmo up for renewal without u fnrtblng of compensation. 'IN London tlmronrn 1101)0 (ewer pnupurs ihnn in 18811, liOOO fewer than in 1868, and S00O tower tlmn i...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

INTERCOLONIAL .NEWS, i tBTiSUBMABINK OAIlhE.] ! (KIIOJI OUB OWKi COimEBl'ONDKNTS.) ? VICTOMA. MeIiIiouiink, April 22. Tile body of Mr. F. M. Mnnsell, late aide de-camp to the Governor of South Australia', was found on tlio railway lino nt tho Jolt mont crossing yesterday, terribly mutilntcd. Tho haul wns completely crushed.' His denth is a mystery. The Intercolonial Trades nnd Labour Con gress commenced Us sittings, n't Dallarnt to day. The various trades unions throughout tho colonies aro represented. .A .resolution wns passed inWting Sir George Grey, ot Now Zealand, to attend tlio sittings of the Coil gres«. APim, 2.1. Mr. Mnx , Sclmbard, i ; niorchaht, sued Mrs. Jnmes 'Cnrmlchnol, ot Hawthorn, widow, jestenlny, for £10 -hiinngc«, for a nuisance, such nukinco being the contlnunl barking, of ilogi. A, \erdlct was given for plaintiff, 1/. ilninnxes nml costs, nnd an In junction to restrain the future repetition of tho offenco wns granted. A lending city nmspnpor predicts nn out brea...

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CHAPTER II. THE EPISODE IS SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

. ,,.,OH«.PTEB. .II. , .;;,?? 11 me EnsoiiE iS' sAs;raixciBct).' ''?! i Some time after tho might Guy was promiaing his uncle to go in search uf h^ cousin.'a patty °- young men, in a Him slugs ol Kalnly, ia,t in one -if Iho pr'ivalo rooms -o( a co)-fbratcd San t'ran clacp restaurant,' dlstfusiirg some flne^old Huri gundyi alter hayliig dofioifdllf(i|itieii to. tbo ? 1 say, Willon,' said one,-' only two days more In which to save your bet'.'- ' ?' '- i i! ??? ' : 'More than laico/I.COno day would, heenongb,' was tho iipiichahint unsworn, r -- :~ :'??- -? ;- ' W'liat bet'ls that V. askcd.tnathar, . . , ' 'What UsHStheyallcrlod,, nitttone .voice, 'Haven't you bc»rdr'V. . -..',. :??-?, ' Well, i| you all annul at me like thai, tbcro will be no cicuie lor nnt bearing.. What ia the bet,' Wilton T1' ' '' ',' ' ?' ' i ' K thomand dollars, even, that I. won't drlre Mnida Carrin'gford to tbe Cllll House before the end of Ihowetk.1 . -i -I ' ? Bho bad rcfuied to see anybody, or lo accept anr g...

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ACkerman's Exhibition, Temple of Heath and Longevity. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

AGKEWS EXHIBITION, Temple of Ilctiltli nml Longevity. Thosu who wnut a I101110 of rest and quiet, n liniiiu In which thuy can feel nt liome, live lung nnd bo lmppy, enjoy a pomotunl fenst, and braitho nu -tmosphora ot deliglit In ncconlniiee with Ilia illotntcs of reason, it has accommodation for 0110 or two only, with conditions of health not to be found in this or any other colony. i Of course the chnrgo will : bo higher thnn iniv othar cstablisliment, ns it has bntlin of every description, Inuludlng Dr. Bubbctt'a coloured sun bnth, inin. silver reflectors, which will give n person as miicli sun power in 20 minutes as can be hail ill many hours In tho sun alone. '?'.' ', Sweating is a condition of henltli. We road— 'In the sweat of thyfaco shnlt ihou cnt bread,' which has a meaning. This bath makes old people yomiK 1 It gives almost perfect Immunity from discasii, ns David's Imrp kept ovll spirits away, so tills bath will keep discaso away, U 1mb, also bath chairs, velocipedes, bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

HUNllK'NN IVOtlCOX. ENGLISn niul foreign \\iuelie», Uiuoks, mid Musical Iluxcs denned niul re paired. Jewelry of every description mmlo on the promises. Our workshops lire tlio most complete in the colony. Auk to bo shown over them. They are lUtvil In the moat modem style, ntul nil the latest Improved machinery direct from London. English workmen, English prices. A trinl solicited. MutlHlhctloii CJ-iai'iuiteciI, A printed wnininty for 12 month* (riven .with evory wnteh repaired. Kurdish price'. A large nml varied Mock In nil linen, suit able for nil occasions. See our window, Spectacles to suit nil sights, from 1/. per pair. W. (Uiidinbii. Manufacturing Watchmaker, Jeweler, etc., St. John-street, nearly opposite 1'oit-ofllcc, Luuncestoii. Old Gold and Silver bought for cash. Pipes nml sticks mounted. A stock of amber kept. Speclnl niul prompt attention given to Country orders. Wrlto for prices. J. T. Alexander, SOUTH HU11N1E, PAROKLS, LUGGAGE DELIVERY, AN! , . GENERAL OAltTlNa. EVER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

TrrAIiOK UBOTHBnS k BIROltALt, Ohnthal BimbbAnk-btbkkt, Launokhton. Tin Chief Justice, K. Kmnion. H/. Sample Tests lor Mlncrals,or Kvory Man his Own Atu\tJiU,a/« by Hot. J. Cam|iboll Wallace's Malay ArchlnelaRo, 2/1! anil 4/. Yon««'s two Penniless Prilice.«o», 3/11 nml 4/. Btory of the Hnr Column o! tlm Kinln Pasha Kipedltlon, by J. H, Jmnlemii, Id/.. Drwmii, by Oltve Bclitclncr, «/. Htory of »n African K»rm, 1/3. Molnn ; A Detective Slory, Lynch, H/. Tuce bo with You, by Uruinmnnd, 1/. The Greatest Thing in the World, 1/. Young Ladles' .Journal. Jimuiiry anil Feb ruary, each 1/. ; posted, 1/8. Hobart.— J. WalohAnd Son*. : Xlsliet's Coffee) Palace, 1 WYNYARD, ' TABLH OAl'B. Klrsl-olaBs Homo for llonnlors and Travollon, Largo Samplo'llooni, Good Stabling. Son Bathing. Fishing, Situation In Oontro of Unin Sttcot, In view ol tho Ocean, and noar tho IUvoi ' ? Inglls, M0DE1UTB OlrAliOliS. J, NIS11GT, CoramlBBtoii Agoat, , ?mliieH Jtollcen. J. C. Harris & Co. .HIOBBKKKPBRS.kci DKS...

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Novelist. In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER I. THE G[?]OST OF THE [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

Wovcliot. Ill Love's Crucible. By JiSHTir.l, M, CLAY, CIIAl'l'llIt 1. 1SBK OKOf r Ol Tail1 Pilt. Tm iWtcrii long yian ll.itlelgli ll.ll hii hrld llr ilonri shut In frli'liiU miU slrmiKeri uliko; fur tirtren luilfl )f.-ara n tljudnw liml lnn,,r,il over it, ?ml tho gloom III a ili'ail p»st bail Illleil it. Tho lllviircui/ n ImrioU llfu llwl liriludiiil llmre, .and tlm iiuuiilo liiul lennind tu iliiui it, And, now, cf a muldcu, thu doors had bean Ilirimn uiicii, and lllu nnd nuloty, beauty mid fnililon thronged Hi cislnbilii (jloomy dmmher«. 1'vctynlndoivnU'niucd jnyoiisly with tbo unim Man, nml toft, lucltiiii atraltia ol music iiiinKluJ Killl tho bum of s«»l viileei hihI tlm rua'.lu -if (illn and B»tlni ; and wliltu -lmuldiira gleameil, and bright cyoi Hashed with Ciiplifa urtillcrj ?, and lltarUnerelost and nron, And. tUu laxua and drives were gay wiili many coloured lumps, ami -livo with liveried teriauti j ?nil tl.o ]-ubt,li-t drivowav rrunclicl under -lirliiuitiii uoi-t- mid grin...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

CUAl'IEB II. Fur a moment tbo young lady was too greatly surprised to speak. At length sbo said i ' I did not deem it possihlo for one to bo changa hi» appearance, und nlthough I fully cxprnted that you would come disguised, I did not anticipate that thu uhango would be bo very wonderful, nnd that I would be de. ceived.' The detective Bmilcd, remarking ; 'It i3 ncccMory for us to take every pre 'uttte'did Miss Dawion know that at the moment bo was talking to her this remark able man knew the general facts concerning ovnrvouo in that house. Koither did the girls in the kitchen dream a fsw hours previously, when tluy wero buy ing littlo articles, dirt cheap, from an old peddler, that that name chatty old man wan a shrewd detective, whoeo ovcry scominijly i-imple question bad u purpose. Again had tho defective shown bis pcifcct mastery ot bis profession, when ho playudhin part before onu of thono very same servants in tho character of the focblo old man look ing for bis niece. O'Neil I...

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Humorous. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

Iliiinoroiis. A hen l» liko Iho Urlttab cniplre-hor son novcraets. ? ' ' Tun dontiat Is n much sought man, for lio fills nn aching void, WiiKNashipgocBdown tho presumption la that It didn't havo n good bold, 'Ih this old Intch koy a rcllo of your grandlathcr'Bdaya7' 'Noiofhlaulgbls.' CusTOMiiit 1 'Uavoyou nny thing to euro a cold I' Ururfclat : ?' Heavens I Have you no friends?' No wor.dor lienrts nro so oltcn wounded ? they're KUhjcct tu eo much heating. f Unimiali' of tha wnrld doesn't know Iinw Iho other hall lives i but It is trying to Hurt oul, just the eiimi'. Mow good a mnn is to hit wife tbo fmt dny niter sho hns ci.ugiit him doing some thFnB wrong. HiinC-ltcrnlnvci'siiitvrrel): 'You may return mv letteiK.' lie (editor) : ' Did yuu Inclose stnrapa 1' W.M.rnii : ' Do you object to cigala, MlBul'erte?' Mies 1'erlo: ' Kevtr, unices they am llehtetl.' It la nil tight for 11 girl to look into tbo future, but it Is uul becoming her to look forwnrd. Tin; thermometer la one of thoBO...

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The Longevity of Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

? The IiOii«cvHy of Trees, It is generally admitted Hint Kiirnpcnu trees have rnrely oxcucded the vory respect able n«o of 800 years. - Thus, recent lulonnntloii gathered by tho Uorinnn Forestry Commission assigns to tlie pine 50) nnd 701) ycr»rs nun. maximum, ?!!!'- Jems 10 tbo silver llr, 'J7» vonrs to Ibo larch, U 13 years to tho red beech. lilO years to the aspen, L'OO years to tho birch, 170 yonta to the aali, 1 15 ycum In the alder, nnd HlOyenia to tho elm. The hem 1, of thn Daks begin to rot ut about thn nnu of 1100 years. Tho holly onk alonu cBcnpcs this law, and there Isnspculmcnnf thlBngcd 110 yours In exist ence ncur Alschafoiiburi.', iu dernmny. At tliu lMlnburgli Forestry Kxlilbltlon, four yenra ncu, thcro were exhllilled I wo trninveite seUlons of r. couple uf Hcoth lira, One nf tbnc, which wnsseven and n qtmi tor lect in diameter, «ns ill 7 yenis of nye | the other which wnsbut llva nnd three quarter fi'et iniliniiinlcr, win older, and exblbltul 270 annual rlnsa. A Sc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

Ax OiiP Hokb Bush, — At llidilloshohn, in Hanover, there |s |i celebrated rose bush, the oldest hi the world. Charlemagne, himself planted It more' than n 1000 years ago In comniemomtioiiot the embassy rocel veil from the Caliph of the 'TlioiiKiml mill One Nights, ilaroim nl Rnschld. In 818 Louis lc Dcbon nalre, ran nf Chnrlomagne.hnd n chn|icl con HtructLMl, the nltnr of which wns placed over tho roots nf tlm roso bush. The sieni of, this dean of lose bushes is iitout 2(111. In dinmc tor nnil 28ft. in height. Tho brunches trained up against the apsis of tho cluipcl cover u surface of 118 square feet. The plant anim iilly bears n lnre,o number of (lowers. TttE Proprietors of this '.Journal haying lnado oxtoi\slvo mlilltlom to the Qlllou Plant aro ennbleil to, gunvnnteo tho execution of General -.Printing in aXL.lU. brandies. The work, In respect to.Stl.vle, Variety. Despatch, or Economy, may be depended upon as seconil;tonouo Issued from Unit-class city blouses,' IHtM'tlOll lV«tll'«...

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Wynyard Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

Wyiijnrd Xotcs. j .-..-?- ? : ? ? ? if ' Cl'nOlt OUB OWN OomtESroNDEXT.) ; It is my sad duty to have torcconltho early tlomlso o£ Mr. P. J. Toomcy, of East Wynynnl. The deceased, who was only 20 years of age, passed /quietly away to the grcat'majority on Saturday morning last. For thonast three years It has been pain fully evident to tho ninny friends of Hie deceased that his earthly sojourn would l)e butof short duration, as ho was n victim; to that fell 1 disease— consumption. * Latterly ho wns greatly' changed fur the worse, and f*J although he at times managed to get about *?' and nttcndtohls duties it wns enisly seen ^that'tho cridmi? iicar;' Dr. Grnham was very attentive- hi hiinisterlng any comfort . to the deceased, but medical skill could not nvnll to stay tho dread fiat. For ninny years past poor 'Pataey,' as ho was generally called, has been 0110 of our promiuct figures, ns for some time ho noted as mall driver for J. O'Neill, and aftcrwanln (up, to his ?ilcccnsc)'h'as be...

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Stanley Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 April 1891

Stanley Notes. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT)   The comments on thecoastal mail service,   which appeared in the last of "The     Wellington Times" have been the subject of some discussion here. The jeasousy referred   to as existing between some of the coast towns certainly has no place here, and I have             no doubt that our Harbour League would would gladly join in a combined coast deputation to the Government or the T.S.N. Co., or both, with the object of securing the best mail service possible. But it would be useless to attempt to dictate to the company as to what boats they will employ in the trade, and any general agreement to increase freights would most likely be found to be impossible. If   the Flora cannot be made to pay a cheaper boat is inevitable; but it seems to be too soon to complain of insufficient trade when t...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 April 1891

I'tiblMicil Krerg Weduetilau ami Saturday, .: WKDA'BSlMr, APRIL SO, 1S01. IK a recent issuo we stated that Messrs, Ilonry Lnw nnd Co., tho enterprising pro prietors of tlie Mersey Hivor Collorlcs, intonilcd establishing a ilejitit nl Ilurnlc, nnd we lake this opportuiiity of ngnin referring to tho mattor with a view of unenumglug the uso of Tnsmnuinu coal, ns that turned out from tho mines of Messrs. Lnw nml Co., 'and especially tho Dulvcrton, has been pronounced to bo superior to tho Nowcimtlo coal, both for liounohold .nnd stenuiiiig purposes. Messrs. Law nnd Co. havo SO miles of con! Inncl embracing both Bides of thb railway from Doloralne to West Devon port. Tho output from the several mines nt work Is (1000 tons per month, nnd is Increas ing nt the rnto of 200 tons per week ns tho cqnl properties nro being ilevslopcd. We .understand thnt at the present time 1C0 tons of conl por wiAik nro sent to llcaconBltchl for uso nt tho Tasmania mine, nnd 70 tons per week nro supplied to th...

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, APRIL 23. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 April 1891

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, fllY SUUMAIIINK OAHLG.1* ? LONDON, ATOIl 211. In the House of Commons, this nf ternoon, the Chancellor of. the Exchequer, the Itight Hon. G, J. Goschen, delivered his -budget ' to n crowded House. The expenditure for tho lnst yenr wns Bhown to hnvo £87,750,000, the receipts being £88,48!-,000, leaving n surplus of £1,71111,000. Ho estimates tlm revenue for the coming yenr nt £00,4.10,000, and the expenditure nt £88,450,000, leaving a surplus of £1,000,000. The whole of tho year's surplus will l-u applied to education iu the direction of reducing the fees now ?mid by scholnrs attending national schools, the fees to which will absolutely cense on September 1, thus making State education' entirely free throughout the Un.tcd Kingdom. Al'ltlt, 24. The Shipping Federation Iiave extended their insurance scheme— the 1/. chnrged for Ihe ticket of admission to work for tho com pany being placed to the credit of tho fund for the benefit of tho workers— to nil n...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 April 1891

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, : [llV.fiuilllAUINi: UAIir.E,] (FI10M HUH OWN1OOHIIESFONDENT8.) V10T0KM.. Muliioujini', April 27, At tho Trades nud Lnlnur Congress nt Bnllnrnt 011 Sntunlny, n motion recommend ing Unit special marks bo used by employers ou goods mndc by union labour wns adopted ? , ? ? - ? April 28. The tallies! of thu Intercolonial Congress wns resumed nt llnllnmt this murning, when Homo Important resolutions wero curried. Tho boom iu'JIeur Hill. gold shares con tinues. At thu Stock Exclinngc to-day 11100 hIiiiics wero sold at £4 each, which Is nearly double tho price quoted yesterday. They wero sold nt III)/, two days ago, Tho Pnlnco Hotel cases, lu which l'llloy, .Mllinlo Nell, 'and iWyiaru ohafgod'wllh conspiring to give false evidence lu connec tion with nclmrgo of perjury against Tu 1st, wan coht Iniicd to-day, nud Is likely to last n considerable time. .' ' ' At the nniuinl meeting of Gohlsbrough Co. Limited n dhldcnd of 10 per cent, was declined. '? 1 At the Cnrllon Cour...

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