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LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

LITERATURE.   [ Under the above heading we intend pub- lishing, as often as circumstances will permit     — each issue if possible — articles of a similar   character to the one below, judiciously selected from the sources at our command.   As we have the works of about 300 writers     to select from, we hope to be able to suit the     tastes of all classes of readers. Articles for   insertion under this heading will be thank-     fully received, but contributors should select     works of merit, at the same time choosing   only such as may be conveniently published in one issue — about two columns, or 300   lines in length. The editor reserves the   reight to reproduce any contributions which may be forwarded. ]      

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MENTAL STIMULUS NECESSARY TO EXERCISE. ANDREW COMBE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

MENTAL STIMULUS NECESSARY TO EXERCISE Andrew Combe. [In the desire to enhance the benevolent intentions of its author, we give the follow- ing extract from one of the most valuable and popular works of the present century, " The Principles of Physiology applied to tho Preservation of Health, and to the improve- ment of Physical and Mental Education," by Andrew Combe, M.D. This eminent man was only in his forty-ninth year when he died in 1848. His knowledge was of the best   kind, but he had the high merit, which men of science have sometimes thought beneath them, of rendering that knowledge useful to   the greatest number.] That exorcise should always spring from,   and be continued under, the influence of an   active and harmonious nervous and mental   stimulus, will scarcely require any additional evidence ; but, as the principle is not suffi- ciently appreciated or acted upon, a few remarks seem still to be called f...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

Business Notices. WILLIAM JONES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL   GENERAL STORES, BURNIE, EMU BAY. Cable Address—" Menai."   PURCHASER OF ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE. Undertakes sales of Farms or Stock either by Private Sale or Public Auction. BEST VICTORIAN BONE DUST ALWAYS ON HAND.   HAS ALWAYS CLEARED AND PARTIALLY CLEARED FARMS FOR SALE. Agent for—T.S.N. Co, Derwent and Tamar Fire and Marine Insurance Co.   CUSTOMS AND FORWARDING AGENT.   BRANCH STORES AT WYNYARD AND STANLEY.           COUNTRY CUSTOMERS AND OTHERS IN WANT OF             BOOTS, SHOES, LEGGINGS, & c.,     Will find it greatly to their interest to PATRONISE the ONLY FIRM IN LAUNCESTON that always advertises its PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES.        ...

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 — 1 October 1890

SHIPPING. BURNIE ARRIVED     Sept. 28.—Moreton, s.s, Captain Morrisby, from Melbourne.             Sep. 28.—Berean, ketch, Captain Noake,     from Melbourne. After a lapse of several weeks, owing to the great shipping and labour strike, steamer communication has been resumed between Melbourne and the North-West Coast direct. The s.s. Moreton arrived on Sunday last, in charge of Captain Morrisby, late chief officer the Flinders, with a large cargo of general merchandise and 200 sheep. Discharging operations were commenced at 4 a.m. on Monday, and the Moreton left for West Devonport at 7 a.m. The Moreton also     lended to Burnie the entire horse Autumn belonging to Mr. C. Tatlow.       The ketch Berean in charge of Captain Noake arrived at this port on Sunday last with a cargo of bonedust. Af...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

COMMERCIAL.     Locally there is scarcely any business doing in produce. The scarcity of vessels   has prevented much being done in the way of export trade for Sydney. There is no demand at all for potatoes, as there are at present large stocks on hand awaiting ship- ment, and deteriorating in value by the delay. Really first-class samples could find buyers at from 2/5/. to 2/7/6, but they must be prime. Chaff is worth about 3/0/0 per ton ; while there is no demand for hay. We have heard of a large parcel of good seed oats having been bought a day or two ago at 1/6 per bushel. There is nothing to report in other lines. Taken all round the market is very quiet.             The latest news from Launceston reports a weak market for fresh butter ; plenty coming to hand. Good demand for newly potted (0/7 to 0/8), but old is selling slowly at 0/5 to 0/7, pastry, 0/3 to 0/4½...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

Abstract of Sales by Auction. THURSDAY, October 2.     R.W. MACKENZIE.—At Table Cape—Cross-       bred sheep and mixed cattle.     THURSDAY, October 9.   S. W. MARGETTS.—At his own residence— the whole of his household furniture and effects.                       TUESDAY, October 14. W. JONES.—At Ulverstone—Stock sale.       Special Advertisements.   E. GOLDSMITH, WARATAH.             SHAREBROKER & GENERAL COMMIS- SION AGENT.       Correspondence and Telegrams promptly attended to. R. S. TAYLOR & CO., ULVERSTONE Land, Estate, Commission, and Mining Agents. &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

Special Advertisements. QUEEN'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL, EMU BAY.         PRINCIPAL:—J. HAMILTON ROYCE,         Certificated Trained Teacher, Melbourne University; Certificated Teacher, Drawing,           Drill, Gymnastics.     Senior Lady Assistant; MISS S. de B. MUMBY, Certificated Trained Teacher. Junior Lady Assistant:—MISS M. BROWN,       Melbourne University.                     The course of instruction includes English in all its branches, Latin, French, Mathe- matics, &c. Prospectus and terms on appli- cation to the Principal. Answers to Correspondents. [Under this heading we will publish replies to all questions subm...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

To Correspondents.       Correspondence is invited upon all matters of public interest. All communications,   accompanied by the name of the writer (not necessarily for publication), should be   addressed to the Editor of The Wellington Times. All business communications should be addressed to Harris and Co.  

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

The Wellington Times | Published Every Wednesday and Saturday WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1890.         THE electoral district of Wellington, em- bracing the towns of Synyard, Stanley, Emu Bay, Waratah, &c. — possessing also an exten- sive agricultural and mining population — and the North West Coast generally, appears to us to present a fair field for newspaper enterprise ; and having had considerable ex- perience in Tasmania and the neighbouring colonies, we beg to offer our services to the residents of the North West Coast, and under- take to supply them with a satisfactory article at a nominal cost. No large section of people can long afford to be without a newspaper. It is the one thing above all others by which to make known the various needs of a com- munity, and without its aid no district has much chance of securing proper consideration of its various claims. Unless the natural re- sources and fertile nature of the soil,...

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BURNIE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

BURNIE CRICKET CLUB. A meeting of those interested in the for- mation of a cricket club at Burnie was held at Wiseman's Hotel on Monday evening last. A very fair number of persons attended and Mr. A. K. Chapman was voted to the chair. It was resolved that the Burnie Cricket Club be revived, and that the assets and liabilities of the old club be handed over subject to the approval of the members thereof. The following gentlemen were elected officers for the ensuing year :—President—     Mr. A. K. Chapman. Vice-Presidents—Revs.     C. G. Wilkinson and W. H. Bowe; Messrs.   J. W. Norton-Smith, C. K. Sheard, M. Browne, C. H. Hall, E. J. Tracey, T. Wiseman, W. Jones, J. Wiseman, J. W. Smithies, S. Bedham, T. J. Crisp, W. H. Oldaker, A. Monnington, W. Wheeldon, A. Stuttered, and T. Farrell. Hon. Treasurer—Mr. Harrison.     Hon. Secretary—Mr. Edgar. Committee—     &n...

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TRIAL OF DILLON AND O'BRIEN. LONDON, SEPT. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

TRIAL OF DILLON AND O'BRIEN. LONDON, SEPT. 29. The trial of Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien, M.P.'S., who are charged with having incited tenants to withhold their rent was continued at Tipperary to-day.   Mr. T. M. Healey, one of the counsel for       the defence announced that he would apply   to the Higher Court to-morrow, for a writ to stop the trial owing to certain actions of the presiding Magistrate.  

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) GERMAN POLITICAL CRISIS. LONDON, Sept. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) GERMAN POLITICAL CRISIS.   LONDON, Sept. 29. Owing to the German Emperor having re- fused to give his consent to a vote of £25,000,000 for increasing the Army, the Minister of War and other officers have resigned.

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SLAVIN-M'AULIFFE MATCH. WIN FOR SLAVIN IN SIX MINUTES. LONDON, Sept. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

SLAVIN-McAULIFFE MATCH. WIN FOR SLAVIN IN SIX MINUTES.   LONDON, Sept. 28.   After the recent prosecutions against Slavin and McAuliffe, to prevent their pro- posed fight, it was decided that the men were to box 15 rounds with 6oz. gloves. It was also agreed that in the event of the police interfering before the completion of six rounds both men were to receive £250.   The content took place on Saturday morn-   ing, about 200 persons being present. Amongst the spectators were Lord Lonsdale, Lord   Marcus Beresford, Count Kinsly, and many other well-known gentlemen. McAuliffe, who was slightly the favourite in the betting, had the best of the first round, and 3 to 1 was freely offered against Slavin. In the second round, however, Slavin gave McAuliffe a terrible "doing."   He drove him to the ropes, and delivered terrific blows on to the head of the American, and afterwards knocked him completely out &a...

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SLAVING AND M'AULIFFE ARRESTED. LONDON, Sept. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

SLAVIN AND McAuliffe ARRESTED. LONDON, Sept. 29. Slavin and McAuliffe were arrested to-day in connection with their glove contest on Saturday. Both pugilists subsequently ap- peared at the Lambeth Court and were re- manded until Friday, bail being allowed. The affidavit put in was signed by In- spector Chisholm, who was present at the   fight. The inspector stated he noticed that the seconds worked the padding of the gloves away from the back so that little protection was afforded. He declared that the contest was fierce and furious and not in any sense an exhibition of scientific boxing. Sub-Inspector Chisholm also states that McAuliffe was completely prostrated by the teriffic blows delivered by Slavin, and that he bled profusely and vomited a great deal after the fight.  

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Sept. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) NEW SOUTH WALES.     SYDNEY, Spe.t 30. The Right Rev. Seumarez Smith, the new Bishop Primate, arrived to-day, and was accorded a very hearty welcome. Tasmanian potatoes are quoted at £2 10/. per ton.

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TASMANIAN NEWS. HOBART. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 October 1890

TASMANIAN NEWS.   [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]   HOBART. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday Evening.     The resolution passed by the House of Assembly last Session prohibiting the run- ning of Sunday trains has been rescinded by   17 votes to 9 in the Assembly. Considerable   feeling has been manifested here by all   classes of the community in this matter, the majority appearing to be in favor of running the trains on Sundays.     The following vote of want-of-confidence   was set down on the motion paper for con- sideration in the House of Assembly to-night :— "That inasmuch as the im-     portant Railway proposals of the Govern- ment have been rejected by the House of Assembly, the chief reason being that the   finances of the Colony are in an unsatis-   factory condition, the electors should give &am...

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WYNYARD COURT OF REQUESTS. Thursday October 2. (Before Mr. A. K. Chapman, Commissioner, and jury of three) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

WYiATAKD COURT OF REQUESTS. Thursday October 2. : (Before Mr. A. K. Chnpmnn, Commissioner, nnd jury of three). Jury — Messrs.!'. Dtminm, J. Lewis, and James Byrne. ME3NKII V. STEWATtT. This wns an action brought by the plaintiff Mesiier to recover ;Cl.'l for money lent and interest. Mr. Crisp appeared for the defen dant, the plaintiff in parson. After the evi dence of the plaiutllt nnd his brother, nnd tho defendant had been tnkeu, which .wns of afveryicontmdlctory. ohnrncter, the juryjro turhodn verdict, for the plaintiff for £8. . Tho only other ense set down' for hearing Alexander v. Todd, recovery -.of rent wns settled out of court.* ' ' '

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CONCERT AND ART UNION AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

CONCERT AND ART UNION AX TIKI! TWWX H.tXfc. Oil .Thursday evening-* the ? draVing in connection with tho Town Hull Art Union took plnco in the largo hnll. A concert, lit which lending nmntcum nnd visitors helped, took place '.previous . to the drawing nnd when the curtain rose nt eight o'clock n fairly largo audience wns in attendance. The chnir wns occupiml by Mr. A. K. Chnpmnn. Tho concert wns opened by Messrs. Westbrook, Sanderson, nnd Bpotswood who gave nsn trio the ever beautiful rcfrnin, I'.O'er tho dim Hills.' Mr. Westbvook took tho lending part, nnd his clear. voice w,is henrd to ndvnutngc. Subsequently the snmo Kontlomnn gnvo 'White ?wings, with Mr. Sanderson ns principal. This number wns very well received, and Mr. Sanderson hnd to responditoah encore. Miss Ada Dowllng Bang ' The Gntes of the Wast,' nnd received merited applause. Miss Reid mid Miss Alexander also contributed to the evening's enjoyment, tho former singing ' with clear enunciation, ' Does your .heart bent tr...

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LAUNCESTON. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

IAUXCESTOX. (FBOM OUB OWN OOHUESPONDENT.) Friday Night. Information lnid ngnlnrt ten linkers if or .selling for 21b loaves of deficient weight was \ ?-— — dismissed* 'at '? the l-ol6b'lCdurt' 3to-i!ny on 'n technical oblcollnn' raised bv Mr. J. 1). 31nrko to tho ofTcut tlmt pmcoedlngs'had'noi' 3con tnkou until 48 'hours ni'ter the bread mil been bought, j from tho defendants, yhoro ns by the Act 21 hour* wns limited. A tolegrhm received !'t6-dny from tho inntirigor'' *b't the .Coiiiot niltiu. htutcH that Piibco'b oro lms been' struck' in the wln/.o. I'hls had tha effect of hardening shares this iftornoon nt change, sailors wanting JS7; ?'?- , ' . The following nre the latest quotations :— Comets £0/7/11 to ;C7 ; Comet. Hxtonded biiyorS 00/., sellers' 7I)/.|; GoiUjIii'h' biiyors £7/10/., sellers £8/l|).j lExtondods, buyers 1/8, sellfrs 2s 2d i Blsehoft kellers .Cfi2.; , , ?Mr. Olnrka, will to-ir.oiTqw ' dofouil six firemen charged with dcsortlnir tho h.s. Kiln ilers on Wednesday hist...

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TASMANIAN NEWS. HOBART. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

TASflANIAN NEWS. [Br Electric TELEonAPit.] HOll ART. (FROM OUR OWN 00UBE8PONDBNT.) Friduv Evcniiur. The Assembly adjourned, nt six o'clock to-night. Thoy sat to an early hour this morning owing to tho stonewalling of Mr. Burgess nnd Mr. -Dooley ngninat the vote of £C8,000 in connection with the working expenses of the Main Line. Minerva Silver Mining Company. Tho company has been formed to prospect a 40-ncrc section 'at Mount Duudag. The whole of tho shares offered to the public have been subscribed for.

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