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SUPREME COURT, ULVERSTONE. AN IMPORTANT CASE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25. (Before His Honour Sir William Lambert Dobson, Chief Justice.) O'CALLAGHAN V. STUTTERD AND SONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 October 1890

SUPltEMlilCOUUT,.: : IILVKUSTOMV ?/ \}; AN IMPOUTANT CASE. ' Saturday, Ootoder 23, . ? y (lleforo His Honour Sir William Lnmbort Dobnon, Chief Justice.) -. i: . O'CALLAOIUN V. STUTTEttT) AND B0N8. ; ' Thls'wa's n'olitfm fbr'A8l-'.10).jb'rcnali,of' oontmot on purohnso of potatoes. «fiB 11)/, wnn paid into court, and' defendants hnd n. sot-off of «fl/lfi/fl for goods. ''??'./ ' .'.'.' ' Mr. J. Crisp nppcnral for the plaintiff nnd Mr. IIS, O. Miller (Mlllor nnd Miller, 'Iwim. ceston) for'tho defendant. ? ??''' . Aftor.Mr. Crisp liiid nddrcsRed his opening rumarks to His Honour, ho called ? ; ComelluR O'Cnllnghan, who, In tho oourso of his ovfdcuco, stated that early in the pnst senaon Mr, B. Stuttonl. wanted to buy pota toes, and offered him £2/10/, por ton, but lie would not sell at thiit price.' Uventiially defendant agrccil to give him j!2/in/. per tan, aiiilto takonotonsorthorcalraiitH. Ululor the contract of sale he promised the defendant a fliKt-olnss. sample of p'ota'tocs, but t...

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MONSTER PUBLIC MEETING. AN INFLUENTIAL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 October 1890

PNSTEH PUBLIC B(EETING, . AN INFLUENTIAL GATIIBIUNO. ? A 'largely attended and ohthmlniitio public ?mooting was held nt tho Town Hall, iluinic, on Satunlay night for tlitf consideration of various publio works, nnd to tuko stops to bring tho same under tho notlco of the mem bers of (ho, Government. Tho meeting, was called by' Mr, A.' K. Clmpiuan, H.H., in rospouBo tp.a numerously signed rcciulBition, in whio'l'i tho objects' of the meeting woro 'statcir'M'f61Iow-'i— To'tako into' cohsidbrn tlon tho questions of tlio extension of, thu Western Itnilwny from Ulverstone to .Wynynnl, the completion of tho West Coast ltoad from: Warntah to Ilca7.1owooil, railway extension from Wnnitnh to Zcchan, and other important publio matters ; also for the purpose, of forming n Railway and Publio Works League TJio meeting \vns attended by a largo number of rcsiiiouts fromWnrntah nud tho surrouudiiig -mining districtsj Wynyard, Penguin, and Ulyorstono., . . . ?'??A number of apologies for non-attendan...

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BALBOA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 October 1890

BALBOA. With restless Btop of discontent, Day aftor clay ho frollinR went Along tho old nc'customctl wayn That lod to ensoftd length of dayn. But far boyoml tho fragrant shado Of ornngo grovos bin KlnnocH Hlia- ed 'i'o whoro tho whito horizon liiio ' Caught from tho sca.jjs silvery Bhinr, ,, Ho know tho tasto of tho Rait Biiray, ?' 'Ho Inqw tho wind tlmtrhlow tlmt way ; ' An, oBco again toinount and'ridoV ??»-,'??*' ' tlpon lhat pulsing oooan lido — ^'''??wC-j-i To find now lands of virgin gold, To wrost thorn from Iho siu-hrc hold, Tooonquor with tho hand ami lin'n Frosh Holds and fair for lioyal Spain. This was tho urenm of wild ilosiro That sot his gallant honrt on liro, And stirrod with fovcrish discontent That soul lor nobler issuos moant. Somolimos his children's laughter brought A thrill that chocked his vostlnss thought ; Sometimes a voioo mom lender yet Would sootho tho fovor and Iho frot. Thus day by day, until ono day Camo news that in tho harbour lay A Bhip bound outward...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 October 1890

Vlio Stml. THE THOHOUGIHIRKD SIHB COLUMBUS WILL STAND THIS SEASON AT For the eotvico of a . limited number of mures, - Oolnmbnri'is ji chestnut horsp by Smuggler, from.'AHco' DrowYbyAthos, from Umlltiu, by Kclpio, from Hipped Bessy, by St. John, from Bcssjq Bedlam, by lions Emigrant, from Stulln, by 1'otor Fin, from Spaewlfo (Imp.) Mmugglorby Fislienimn (imp.) Winnor of 7O.ltnc-M. ColumbuB was a good perfornior, as IiIh mnny victories show. Ho won thu Australian Cup, ' V.U.O. Town Plate, Unllnmt, (Jim, V.H.C. Handicap, Welght-for-Ago race, in which ho defeated JIaitindale, Swiveller, Siwminkn, Ddladram, nnd l'ollio ; besides running two (lend heats for GcoIoiir Cup. Columbus is the sire of so vein 1 winners in Victoria, nuil has taken First Prize nt the National Agricultural Society's Showv Vic toria;' ? '?'? : ' ? ' '?'';'? : ....?? Teiimb : ' £4/10. . \t-' For further particulars apply to the ^Owner, ..... CHARLES ,TATL0W,\ , , .' ' Stanley, Circular Head. THE THOROUGHBRED' ENTIRE...

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MR. GLADSTONE'S CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 October 1890

MU.,OLADST0N15'S CAMPAIGN. ' . Mr. Gladstone brought hls^polltical cam pnlgn to a oloso at Midlothian to-day. In, his finiil Npeccli ho expressed' his convicllon that tho present expenditure on tho milltnry and naval forces exceeds tho limits of pru dence and prosperity. ? ? ,- -i - , \ ' I llo reforred to ?? tho' roporteil oppression of the Jews and -stated his belief that tlio Czar Would disapprove of the action of itho pollco if he knew the circumstances of, tho, 'OMO.-V'-.V-'i'/l't.-'1... '.;..;:, ?-„);.-.,.,:? i,-,l|:.-,

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

SPORTING. ; We understand that a geneml meeting of members of thelluihlc football club will bo held at Wheeldon's Hotel to-night. ? ' \ ' Wo would ngnin draw attention to the chopping matelies to bo held at Wlicelilon's Commercial Hotel, Hurnlo ; King's Temper ance Hotel, Somerset j nnd Joe Thompson's Hotel, Stanley, this afternoon. i The AmtruUmiiiii contains a highly inter esting compilation, which gives the' sums won by the principal owners running hoiecs on tho Australian turf during the 1880-SIO season. The name of the late Mr. James White is at the head of. the list. He owned 12 winning fhprsesj which {won ill races, of tlni viilue of no less a sum titan £22,0,1'.*. No other owner hmlfio mnny, winners, iiior- won so many races,' rind' no one won lmlf so much prize money. Mr, D. S. Wallace, M.L.C;, is .the second on tlie list, with the excellent per formaiicc of ]2,wiiis by two .uprgajvCiirbina mid Wilga, yvhoscf- prize .money amounted to JCb,!)71.' Mr. W. T. Jones, with one wi...

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Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

MllIiatf't'l'M' ]|«lM»I'tN. God kin Extended Silver Mining Ubmpany, Whyte ltivei-, October 25 :— Sinco my last the main adit lias been extended i'(U, niaking total distance down 'lUOft. liin., the ground still hard but better heads coining on.1 The drive on fto. & loac is now in Him. iroiu opening set; 1 have turned the drive to ?j)llow the course of the metal, but it having made a sharp turn to thu West, 1, hhvu decided' to drive straight ahead, ns 1 antici pate meeting with thu ore ngnin shortly,* being convinced that it is an intrusive rock that ihas thrown tho loilo out of its course, us quart?, of n similar description ns that which carries tho ore is again making iivthc face. | Washington Silver Mining Company, Whyte ltiver — Since last report tlio cross cut on the course of the lode bus becn'cx tended 20U., total 1B2K. While driving, we picked tlio N.W. wall of the lode about lft. behind the side laths of thu drive. The lode on the wall looks splendid. The con tractor...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

]WIW1W» IWrEI,IiI«E»CI2. [Mining ' managers, are respectfully re quested to 'forward their reports ns curly as possible , An) items of nous for intutlon under this heading will be tlmnkfiillj le eel\ed] 111 liiolcn Hill liopilctaij report the large jielil of l't,,8)2o/ ul\ei foi the week, ended October 2~-, and the lllock 11 Company ll,7afloz. ' The following was unavoidably hold over, from our last issue : — At a meeting of share holders of the Burnle Housetop l'rospcctiug Association (Captain ? W. Jones presiding), held nt Wiseman's Hotel on Monday night last, the report of 'the prospector whs . dis- cussed, and considered very satisfactory, Forty pounds of nuggets of tin ore were on view at the meeting, some of wlileh will )ie tested by Mr. A. 11. Browne, who sitwt]ie samples and took some with him. The tin isithoughtitocome from'very close to the lode. Prospecting will bo continued for foiir, weeks longer from hist Wednesday, audit was decided to make a call of X. 1 per nhare. A...

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

THJ] JftAlMMl.I.,. lho following ui'lMii of minfiill at lluinlefoi the nioulhs of Oetobel, lHHtl and IH'10, ha\e b en kindly supplieil by Ciiptalu James l'atteisnn — 188U. UiiilJ Oel L 44 pnints Oel L 0(1 points. „ ''- 1 0(1 „ „ I 12 „ , « IH t, m » 21 ? ,, ' „ u on i „ „ n 14 „ I,. 10 12 „ „ 8 »II „ „ til 1 20 „ „ II 2-l „ ,,17 21 „ .,,11 22 „ ,18 11 „ ( ,,12 12 „ „ 211 1 111 „ ,.11 47 „ „ 28 40 „ , 1 - 211 „ ,,18 ... -Ill „ i ^ 0 „ ,,211 ... '40 „ ,,21 1(1 „ ,,25 „. 0» „ , 211 118 „ „ 23 0(- „ 2!l ... '1(1 „ ,,110 ... '07 „ ? 4'1)() pollltH. ,. . iM)7 [taint*. I mm the nbo\c eompn itivu stntcment it will be seen that although min' fell upon n grcitei numbei of iln^s dining Oetobel, liiid was generally considered a \ery net mo'nth computed wllhpievlous jeira, that the total milifall was but little more than in the' cor- responding month last ycai

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

COMMERCIAL, There is nothing to r-cport relative to the local produce market. Onr Latrobe contemporary has tho following : — Owing to the continual rain ana jock oi sunshine, most of the crops of tho district nre very backward this sp;\ng. Potatoes havo rotted in the ground, nnd some of them that were fairly forward, were nipped by the frosts of tho latter end of last week. Wheat looks yellow anil spindly, and much of it is already ruined. Tho following are the latest Sydney quo tations, ns supplied by our correspondent : — Prime now green leafy hay scarce, in brisk demand at from £1/5/. to £-1/10/.; old hay, quiet, £8 to £1 per ton ; Circular Heiv.l potatoes. £1/10/. to £2 j New Zealand do., £2 to £2/10/.; Melbourne onions, £11 ; American do., £14 ; oaten chaff, Victorian, Adelaide, and Tasmanian, £8/10/. to £4/10/. per ton ; butter, In keg, ./« to ./7 j cheese, ./8 to ./S per lb.; bacon, ./4 to ,/7 ; ham, ,/10. Wheat 4/1, ex store ; owing to increased rates of inter colonial freig...

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Laminitis in Horses Feet. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

: X,iinilnitiM in Hoi'ncm Vatit. ? I The qiiestlbn as to the most suitable treat ment for the ailment in horses' feet known as laminitlK fotmeil the subjevt of a paper by Mr. Henry Wraggo, . read before the Vetcriimry.Doard of Victoria recently; says ail excliange. Mr. AVragge, from his pme tical experience, commended what is known as Broard's' treatment, viz., shoeing a hnrsj with.ji rocker bar shoo ami cpnipolling him to take walking exercise. i Thcf shoe sliowii ns nrioxaWplo W'ns ' thidkest in ;the ccr.trc of tlie foot, and islppcd Way to tlio too and heel, its welglitalni thickness being com mended bec'niisp'bf; its 'lessenjng the; coiieiis slon to' thof obt' from walking. A, modemte uile of cathartics for 'two or- three days was also commended. 'J'lm iHscubsIoii ; that fol lowed revealed a .wide difference, of ppinion as1 ! to the ''best treatment. Accepting ia|iiiuUis.!aSj .the, result of , congestion of blbod in the many veins composing the inner part of the foot, which' bei...

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

To Cori'CMiioiMlentN. Correspondence in invited upon all matters of publfo interest. All communications, accompanied by tho name of the writer (not necessarily for publication)! should be addressed to tho Editor of Tlie 'Wellington Time*. All business communications should be addressed to Harris and Co.

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THE FARM & GARDEN. Shoeless Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

11IJU VAlUf \ Cil4VI-FiiV, gllOelCMM ]E-»1'MCW. A physician, writing to the Mnrlt-liinti lix \m»* on the subject of shoeless horses, says : — Since 1884 I have entirely left off »hoe» for one of my horses, .a small cob, and within two mouths of their removal I took him a liming loin of o\ci I'll) miles Veitherat that tlmu nofevor since has he shown the slightest symptoms of liuueuess, or tender ness, in the feet, and tlio experiment has proved n complete success, though he has been more or less constantly driven over pi\cd htieets as well as ovei mac id imiscd roids I miiy mention that his liooN have to be rapped aw a} in front, as the\ tend to grow unduly long, but the sole of the foot never heeds a touch, and is as lmnl as iron. In slippery weather his unshod feet make him invaluable, when even roughed horses find difficulty in keeping thefr footing.' This gentleman tried the same experiment with two.ilargor horses, but had to give it up, ns their hoofs would not stand (lie paved ...

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PENGUIN. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

PK^caji^. Friday Niuht.i Considemblu talk has been caused in con nection with the trial nt Ulvcrs,touc of Win. Dickcrs'nild Albert llriistcr, for ' lighting at the. Penguin, Joseph Stone and William Itodgors, who acted ns seconds, nnd Martin Drcnnnii, timekeeper, before Mr. If. L. Crow tliti, SM ihej weie all committed for trial at the Lauuceston sittings of the Su preinc Couit Ihe principals were admitted to bail in their own recognisance of .C -ill and one surety of same amount; theseconils in their o,\yn surely of ,U30 each, and one of same amount, and the tlmekecpci in £21), ami one other for the same num.

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) LONDON, OCTOBER, 31. FEDERATED LABOUR UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

(CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, l^fllv 'HunatAitiNE Cable.'] 1 ? '? (Peh 'Ubut En's Aoenov.) LONDON, Ootodeb, 81. FKDKIIATED LAHOUlt UNION. SWff*UBdn/« W.Mi« i.nVe'nW federated .with-»j.inBmbon)hip-roll-of^870|000,-thCtr; objeot being to resist thq shipowitprs',' ?

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HOBART Friday Night [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

HOKAltT. Friday Nloht. Ml It G Hill, managci o£ the Hea/lcwooil Uxtcndcd mine, has had a satisfactory inter, view with the Minister of Lands ns to the urgent necessity foi pultlng the loidfiom Warntah.to Iteaiilowood In a lit stntufor vehicular tmllie Mi Plllingei has promised that if the amount already voted is not' suillclent for the work, the necessity funds will be forthcoming There has been a great deal of talk in con nection with the death of James Gnllacjici, ii workman, through thu giving way of the flooi of the Strek ] xcliange lloom at the Ship Hotel on Wednesday niornlng. It has been asserted ' that the fatality would not haveoccui led had more ciiru been taken bj Mi W Cunih,tho lehsee, who was supei intend ing the (ipuiiilious. Tlie lloo'r of the room in question was elevated 7ft. above the tide walk, and it was while engaged in lowering' it that the accident occiincil loin other -uorWmcn were also liljiiiu!,but hot buioiiHly, Cuiiily was also biulsed 1 he inquest was Co...

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SERIOUS CHARGES BY STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

SKHIOUS CHARGES BY STANLEY. _ y^SIr~H7'M. Stanley charges tho EngllBh mpri| ;iu; ; aommand; of; tho' roar i gimi\l pf the piirty..- ;wlthi,' hnving biirbar pusly negleetiid the- dyiiur natives of tho party/. nud ifthht jealousy ' provented the* subonliiintcs trying to keep Major Dnrtttclot. Btrat'gbtl'.Ho aleo adds that the Major was killotl|;by,.tho;nativca for ill-treating a chiot'si Wifp.' .'''' , ...' ' ?'.,..????? I . Those, nci)»uUoii« havo creuted^i-ont sonsn tlqiij |\n4 Stanley is accuscd£of maligning the dead;'''11^1;''-',!^;'^'^;; ,; }fl:.'j !,',

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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Friday Night [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

;tas»(aMn;;news;;: [BY EtEOTBld'TELEdltA.PH.]; ; * (pnotf oun owk opnhESPOtjpEKT.) ', r.-'t.-.-y 1+ ???'???77': ' Friday NlRiit.1' 'AjTiiccting Jot re'sident's ,of tlic; Chiidlelgii cltqtrioti traWhplil nt; ChuiUelgii ? yeatcrfay afternoon, to c'onsiilei'rtlie qiicstiov o£ rail wivV'extciisioh to Zcclian. There was a good nttciiilauce, and Vefiolutldns in^jng the ex tcniloii of the pinulleigli line to Mount Zcehaii as- the best Auto were unanimously adopted arid bnlcrcit; to bo fonvnnlcil to the membersof the Ministry and o£ thu district. Mnuy .persons, in rLauncestou have declared themselves.- in favour ? of' this -route, Mr. ?Willimii.nitciiio being a strong supporter of thoBeliemc...._— — .m™..— ..— ,.-r— ... A. telegram ; was received from Cirenlar Heail' tills . afternoon Btatlng that the: tug ltacbr arriveil at Circular Head at 7 o'clock tills morntn'g from Melbourne nftcv searching foi thu Ago, .Hilling again llnee hours laloi fol QiiecimolllF ? Paitloulars to hand of lliu mc...

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SELECTIONS FOR AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

SELECTIONS FOR AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS. Ah me I for »ught thtt I could ever reftd, Could «Ter he»r by tale 01 history, The eonrae of Irae love never did run ' ' smooth, M»y the hinges o( out (rendthlp never rotf. ? Thli is thine album;- M»v It be A aouroe of happiness to the* ; And may each page that's written o'er, Be better than the one before. May happintss ever be thy lot, Wherever thou ahalt be ; And joy and pleasure light the spot That may be home to thee. I eannot wish thee greater joys Than others here expressed, But I respond with every power, To wish thee ever blessed. Be always kind-hearted, do good without end. Sut never forget your affectionate friend. Here's a sigh for those who iove me, And a smile for those who hata And whatever sky's above me, Here's a heart for every fate. If ever a husband you should hare, And ho this book should see, Tell him of your youthful dayB, 'And kiBS him once far me. ' Worlds may pssH away and perish, Every feeling -li» away, Bat the constant lo...

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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 1 November 1890

SHIPPING. ARRIVED, October 20. — Moroton, R.s., fi^l tons, A. M'Enohorn, from Melbourne Pnhsongers— : Dr, mid Mrs. llrolvors, Mr. nml Mrs. Pollard, Mr, nml Hi's. Alicnriio, Mmlnmo Loiiclmnl, Mnssin. Hlnokbin-nn (two'-. Ahcnrno. Thomas. Drlnkhouso, l'loloher, Hoars, Taylor, Loo, Dover, Ornwford i nml 17 in the stcomgo. October 29. — Wnkollolil, s.s., 1U tons, J, ' II. iStookman, from Lnuncoston nml Coast ports. Cargo— 20 lings Hour, Ifi bngs chaff, 12 cases fruit, 25 bales straw, BO enses jnin, nml a lnrgo qunnlity of timber mid sundries, Ootobor 80.— Wnkofield.B.s., Ill tons,.!. II. Stookmnn, from Circular Haul. Cargo — 22 sheep and sundries nnd one passenger. SAILED. Octobor 29.— Jloretou, b.b., B81 tons, 'A. M'Enchorn, for Lnunccston direct. October 80.— Wnkofleld, b.s,, Hi tons, J, II. Stockman, for Clroulnr Ilcml. Octobor Rl.— Wnkoficld, b.s., 144 tons, J. H. Stockmnn, for Lannceston. Cargo — 1,052 Imgs tfn oro for the Jfount Bfschoff Com pany, nnd sundries. IMPORTS. Moroton, 8....

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