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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [Uy SUUMAWKK CAI1LU.] OJIOM Oim OWN-iCOIlltHSPONDENTS.) VIGTOKM. M EtiliouiiN'K, Tuesday. Strike mutters aro quiet nt the Trades hall. The cases ngninst the J'rainier Jliiildfng Society ollleials nre still proceeding. The cafco ngninst TVist, for setting lire to tho Piilncc Hotel, has been further adjourned until the llltliiiist. The defiilcalion.s of Herman, Decretory of the llcndiuo Mutual UniMlnn- Snni,,f,. amount to between XIDOfl and JEHOOO..' Tn reply to a cablegram received from London, Jlr. Murphy, secretary of thy Trades hall, has wired lo London to tho effect that tho strike hns ended, in the other colonies, but that in Victoria nrraugomeuts for the resumption of work have not boon completed, News from Hnlhirat slnles that Herman was arrested there to-ilny, when he attempted to commit sulcido with a revolver, but tho weapon wns taken from him. Ho after minis attempted to poi«ou himself, but tho bottle was taken from him.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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HOBART. Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

51 OIM HT. Tuesday Night. It is expected that Parliament will bo pro rogued to-morrow or Thursday. Every cfioi t is lining made to get the bus-luosH of tho Ojunell through for the Assembly which meets to-morrow afternoon.

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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

IRANIAN NEWS;. [lly KiiCOTAio Tiir.MiiAPit,] ? (rllOM OOJt OWN' 001tnK8I'ONDKNT,)'' ' ' ' r 'LAUXOUSTOX. i , ? . Tuottlay Niglit, ? Jjiitcst Mining Quohllons :— Oomot , buyer 11/., Holler' 12/(1, Comet JSxlumluil, Hillov 77/il., sales 75/. aodkiii (paid up) buyer 12/. ClDilkln] Extended, buyer 1/10, seller 2/5. Mount .Wsohofr, buyor .CM, Heller *ftl. fillvjr Queen, milts J!(! j Kunrlso, Miles 5/0 j AVo-lorn, Halci !l/7, Stocks' generally u-cra WMlver to-ilay, but good business is. being ilono on ' Tho Corner.' TasiiuinliiH aro still firm, sullora UKl.ing i'l)/l. The poiforinniico ot Ellison's, l'liouogr.iph to bo given to-morrow ovonlng ii (jxelllnga great deal of iuterest. News has been received from Melbourne of the death of Jlr. James Dong, neiir., who lti eontly went to that city for tho bencllt of IiIh health. Jlr. Hong was well known as fienlor-parlnor in the ilrm o£ lloiignnd Son of this city, and was 08 years of ago at the lime of his dentil.

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. THE LORD MAYOR'S SHOW. LONDON, Nov. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, fllv SinuiAitixn (JaiiIjH.I ? (Pint llHUTIiU'B ACIKKOT.) TI113 liOHIJ SIAl'Olt'H KIIOW. LONDON, Nov. 10. I ho Lord Mayor's Hhow with I ho customary corcmoiiloR iloo'c !plnuo ?to-dny,1 ono of tho principal fu'iturcs buiiig fhu Aiislr.illan car, H'hioli was loudly cheered, Nov. 11. Tim annual biiuqticl wasgiveuby tho Lord Mayor last night, In replying to thu loast of ''J'ho Military uuil jfiival Koraei,' thu Karl ofStnulKipe, Hocretary --t War, slated Unit tho regular troops at home nud nhroad would bo armed with the now fllngnzliio rlllc next year.

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LADIES' MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

r,Ai)ii:s' match. Disliuice 200 yds; 7 shots. Open to all members. Position, standing or kneeling. 10 prizes, £2 anil bracelet, £2, 2 of J!l((! of 10/. 200 yds. 1'rlvnte Pridinore, Ulvorstone ? 81 Private Hull, Ulverstono ? ' l!0 CVptuIu Chnpuinn, Burnie ... ... Ml Coipuml Bruce, Penguin ? 80 Lieutenant Clerkc, Khertleld ? 80 Private Murray, lluruie ? 2!) l'rivatu Btlson, Sliellleld ? K'J Privnte Tong, Btirnlo ... ... ' ... 2!) Private Peart, Table Cape ? 2!- Private Slater, Table Capo ? 28 Private Charleston, Sliellleld ? 28 Col.-Sergennt M'Konzle, Ulvorstono ... 28 Private Fisher, Ulverstoue ? 28 CoL-Heincaut Edgar, Burulo ... ... 28 Privnte T. Stott, Penguin ? 27 Privnte Dowling, Biirnle ... ... 27 Privnte Bennett, Ulverstonu ... ... 27 Private Morse, Sliellield ... ... 211 Private Sawnnl, Biirnio ? 2G Pi Ivntc Wilson, ShelHeld ? 2« l'rivatu O. Smith, Penguin ... ' ... 25 Privnto Hull, Penguin ... : ? 25 l'rivnto B. Smith, Penguin ? 24, l'rivnte Crisp, Bumiu ... : .., ... ? 21 Ca...

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LONDON, Nov. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

LONDON, Nov. 8. RAihlitlnnal In J'rrrhii* Tdrgrami). Ihe directors of the New Zealand Shipping Company, anil of tho Shaw Savlll, and Albion Company, have arranged to despatch a cargo steamer each monthly from London to New Zealand, thus establishing n fort nightly service. The first steamer of the new lino will leave London in Jiinunry. ; The Kmperor o£ Germany proposes to pur chase: tlie light nnd title of Dr. Koch's con sumption cure by conferring a life annuity on Dr. Koch. Experiments' made show tl.at cures nre effnni »il in f mm n ninn^i t-n /»J,rlif weeks. The result of the elections for tho United States' Home of Representatives has. caused quite n solution throughout the whole oC tho American Continent. There isan astound ing increase in the Democratic vote in the Southern nud Western State:', whilst oven in the -Eastern States the Democrats havo gained enormously. It Is now anticipated that there will bo a Democratic majority of 150 in the House of Representatives out 'ot a...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

BECOND DAI'. Tho second dny'H meeting of the llllle Aiisocintion was continued at Hidgleyyes tonUy. Thu weather wns not moru fa your nblu than on Monday, as a strong wind, ' accompanied by heavy hliowcrx, prevniled ? rtnrlng the greater pint oC the day. Thu uttenilanco of competitor* wns less than on ' the preceding ilny, thu Tnble Capo lenin being nbsent. There \\tls iiolhinir Hpcclnlly worth recording In tho shooting, owing to tho bad wenther, excepting, peilmp', the ? scoro of Private' Snwniil In the Long Hnnge Jlaleh— 55 points ; thu next highest being fl points less. Bugler Colliiife's was in charge of the butts, and tho marking appeared to give general satisfaction. Sergeant-major Knfforty wns again tu command; Tivo.ily-nluu competed for the Mumbors' Mnteh . whloh crunuiI oonsldemblu intero.«t. Thu wliiuur turned up in Privnto Tnng, of llurnlc, with n total of 51, the next bast shut being Private Crisp' with 52, Prlvnlo llllson, of Shullijld, sueurlug thiiil pHzj with it score...

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THE STANLEY EMBROILMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

ruii KTANLKl' HMItitOILJIKNT. 'i'hu Vail Mull r/nzrttr statas tluil it 1h the Inlcntioii or Mr. II. 11. Stanley, who is now in tho Kt.ttci on n lecturing lour, to pro«cculc Major Diuttelol's brother for having mullelouHly lihclled him. Mr. Stanley is nliio threatened with a lawsuit by a brother oC llio hito Major llarttolot for curtniut KtalemciitN nmilo by him ns to Major llnrllelott's conduct when l:i'DarkctAfiicrt.' In nu interview wllh it repreisonlatlvo of the Timer., Mr. Stanley charged Jlr. Jiuiileson nun iji^yiii^ nmvu {jlliN, null tilioneiliug 1110 agonies of dying nion wnllo natives wero being killed. Jlc leiteintes that Miijor Biuttlelot flogged nmny natlven, lnfllctlii(! injuries that in some enscn resuHed fatally,1 whilst hi others the victims wero covered in ulccrx pml infe-jted with maggots. Jlunpicrtii thntMnjor lliirltclfit: wns rightly killed by the nntlvcH 'on July II, 1888, for striking n1 woman. The Time*, in commenting on tho matter, cousideis tint it it nccowi...

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MERCHANTS' PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

MEH0IIANT8' 1'ltIZIW. ? Open to all niemhors. Any position. UiHtnuce 500'yds. 7 shots. Post entry, 2/0. Bc entries nllowed. Each competitor can only tnke one prize, but his highest score ninv count. Turgets should be (Ift. xlft. Buirscye, 1ft.; centre, 2ft.; magpie, 8ft.; outer, remainder of target. 500 ' yd*. Private Snwnid ? 2!) Corp. Briico ? 2.1 Private Tong ? 22 Col. Ncrg. Edgar ? ?« Private Qunntrell ... ? 22 Private Bowling ? 20 Cnptaiu Brown ? ln Privnte Crisp ? .'? ???' 10 l'rivnte BI'mjii ? ™ Captain Chapman ? '.. ??? l- Col. Serf.'. M'KouzIc ... ? 13 Private Hull ? ??? . ??_? » Private Hulcs ? ' ??'? ' Continuous Match. ? .800 I ,! i ':' lyd*'. Private W. »ll«on ? ... 21— Cl Col.-Seivt. Edgar ? 21—0 Privnte Tong ? 21—0 Privnte QunntiWl ? 20—10 Prlvato N. Stott .......... 11) — 10 Them wero nlnu 10 shots to bo counted out, nnd 45 cntrlcB In all, I'D- 1 1,, Open to all moinbjri. Any pisitton, DIh tiiuco, 50!) yds, Ticket*, 1/,-im(.'1i. Kitty par iient of ontiMii'i i iiiouuy...

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LONG RANGE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

LONO RAKGE MATCH. Open to all members. Distance*, 800,. UQD yds; 10 shots at each r.iiigc. Entry, 5/. Prizes, .C8, .-C2, XI, 4 of 10/., ; ' ' 800 !IOO ! ????'??-?? yds. yds. Tl. Private Saward, Biirnio ... 80 25—55 Corporal Bruce, Penguin ... 18 83—1(1 Privnto T. J. Crisp, Burnic ... 20 22—42. Privnte Bowling, liurnie ... ' 22 17—31) Privnte Tong, Uurnie ? 10 17 — 3d Corporal Jl'Konzio, Ulverstone 11 24—85 Privnte Ohnitoton.'-Slicllleld .:. 10 Hi— 35 Privnto Hull, Ulverstono ? ... 15; Hi— 31 Lieutennnt Clerko, Shcfllold ... 24 2—28 Bugler T. Collins, UlverBtonc... 10 12—22 Col.-Surgt; Edgnr.iBumiu : (I... 12 8—20 Privnto Penrt, Tnblo Onpc^ ... 18 0—18 Privnto Qunntrell, Ulverstonu ... 0 4—4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

JIllNilllVNN Idlll'l'li, STEWART DAWSON & CO,, WATCH C MANOFAOrUHKKH AND JEWELLERS, 1)7 Swnnson-ntrcotj Molboumo. ENGLISH LEVER WATCHES. ENGLISH LEVER WATCHES. rf^IIE Best and most rollnblo Tlmokoopors X 'in tlio World. Tho largest ami best Block in Australia to nolcot from. fifty per cent? under usual ??;?? ?'???- prices. : . Hlnco tlio esinblishuioiit of their business in Australia, 8,1). unit Co,' lmvo mndo no nltorntion in tholr prices, and while they con tinue ns boforo, Bovoral olassoB of tho watches lmvo boon considerably improved, so Unit by ordorlng from 8.0. uiul Co. tlio public got BETTER VALUE THAN EVER. ? No Slliltllo Men's Profits to Pay. SII/17/0 S,D. anil Co.'b well-known £8/17/0 Gout's English Hunting Lovor, full capped and jewelled, gold balance. Tho Ohonpest Watch in Australia, and Soiling In Thousands. £1/17/8 .S.D. and Co.'b celebrated £4/17/6 dent's English Silver Hunt-, ing Lovor, fully enpped, i pair extra jewels, oliro nomcter bnlanco. This watch pos...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

Luncheon was (supplied by Mr, iHnw.nl and n very tomptlug sprond wns donu ample justice to, thu kueu wind tending to sharpen tho nppotilu? nf those present. Hut It win , , a poor tiny for drinking iih it was almost ton C cold, to work np, at thirst,' nml ;tliol lluulil rofrcuhers wero not much patronWeil. TIkS 'following lire the' MoUlU of tho TAl'lOlM OVttlllll ! — V'-'V' 11H»«l-Am' 0HALM3N0H GUI'. , , Restricted 16 thu Aiixiliurr Tniim from Mcnniler to Wellington. Ulsfrimw, l!|in, 400, nOOydiJi TshotH at each. Poilt'on, standing nr kneeling at 200 yds, itny mllltavy at other distances. Entry, £1, - . Teams of olght. Flint Prize, Cup, pro , , Boutetl by the Hon. Win. Moore, President of the Asi-nelntlon (to be won three times beforo heconilng tho nbinliite property of :? any club), mid .Cll ; 2nd, Cl; Hnl, .C3. . The AMoel.itlon's Gnlil Medal will ho pre , ' | wnted to tho highest nearer, nml tho silver ? ' inednl to the second — lies to be shot oil. lluiiNrn. 300 AOO BOO yds. yds....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

HllNllltiMN XotU'.CH. William Jones, WHOLESALE AND UKI'AIL ! GENERAL STOBES, BUKNIE, EMU BAY. Cablo Address— ' Mknai.' PUnOIIASUIl 01? ALL KINDS' Oh' PllOMJOK. Undertakes sales o£ Iformto or Stock cither by Trlvnto Snlo or Public Auction. Best Viotokiak Bone Dust aiavavs on Hand. ! HAS ALWAYS OL13AIU5D AND .PAH'i'IALT.Y OI.KAUKD b'AUMS FQU SALK; Agent for — T.S.N. Co.; Derwont nnd Tnmnr Flro and Marino Insurance Co. ' COSTOMS AND FoltWAItMNO AGENT. BRANCH STORKS AT WVNVAU1) AND STANLKY. ? COUNTRY OUSTOJIFIIS AND OTHKllS IN WANT OF ; BOOTS, SHOES, LEGGINGS, & p., ' Will find it greatly to their interest to PATHONISK the ONLY FIRM IN I.AUNCKSTON ?that nlwnys advertises its MUCKS IN PLAIN FiaUKKS.. NOTE THE FOLLOWING COLONIAL LINES :— GENTS. LADIES'. ?Host Kip Watertight* ? 11/(1 Kip E.S. ami Lnco ... \ ? 0/. Hnl£ Wnterrights ? .... 11/15 Kangaroo E.S ? - (l/li K.S. and Bluchers ? , (i((i Maids' Boots, from ? i ft/. Youths' Boots, from ? »/. Children'* Boots, from ? i 2/8 LEGGI...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

Births, Deaths, and Marri- ages.     IN MEMORIAN. When I kissed you dear brother,   I kissed you in great pain ; But little I thought dear brother I should not see you again.     But, oh, I hope you're happy,               With the great God above —           Singing in his glory,           And resting by His love.   And, oh, I hope dear brother That I'll meet you on the shore, Where we'll be happy ,brother, And sing for evermore. So, now, farewell dear brother, Till I meet you on the shore, Where we'll be happy, brother, And my troubles will be o'er.

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NORTH WESTERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

NOHTH WESTERN HIFLE AfeSNOl'UTlOX. ? 1. ? I'ati-ou ;— Mmil.-f'ol N'nrnor, Acttiirf Com inniiilnnt Tnniiin'i'.in Uafeuca Force, I'rosldoul ;— Hon. Wlliam Moore, l'l-esldout of tho Lcglslatlvo Cdii loll. Vloe-I'i\!.fldent.i:— Cajitiifim H. 6. Urowr, A IC. llhiinniui, ,1. II, M'C'i, O. ,1. I.. ?Smill', J, Kykes; I.ieutcii(;iil.s J, JI, Droirn, T. ,T. C^o'ko,,!). .K.iib'Vson, O.' K. Hays, C. ?IJriwk.IlH. ? P.' IC. MMIn^ 11 -H..%IM.''» l.r a ' lioome, , It. It. Iluilge, ir. U. Spleor, 11. 1). Twlbol!. ' ?' ? ? I .,.'., K:o3iillve Uominltloo (J8U0);— Cni-lniu A, K. O.iapman, Col.-Soi-g,', A. H. Kdgnr, .1. Uriieo, juiir,, W. II. H.mvii,iiiiil two ropro soiitat'voi from Wyiiynrd dolachiiiont, Treasure-.— dipt. II. U. llrowu. Kooictary -tltov. If. T. Hull, ' , _ AndltoM— Sergctut J.'t. Henry; Lieu tenant T. Ockerby.

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CORRESPONDENCE. Parliamentary News. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

COKKESPOVWIttCli. Ifui-Iiiimcntiiv.r S'cw», (TO TUB KDITOil.) h '; — S-'ice my last letter lo you 3fri Doo'cy'B mo:!on for *.-eo pf.vesfor M.T.A.'s for .'.To over ail Tnsinnnlnn Government rnll wayw was .'ost on II e following I'iv'sinu :— Aye«, 0— Messir.Dov-ley, Ifusto-i, Gill, Hum'.!- to-, St. II 11, iiL'd Helb'n. Hoix, 10 — Hoiitv. B-; 1,Bwvp,JF 'Iiirc-, V ji(,v.ild, Ken', n, D.-v'i'«,Lello,Iie-.v'i- Uurgw. and Mmr-Mon. jus is tlio rc'A-'t ot nn incou ')Ieto motion Had my Hi.ygcsllonH rcuoiied Mv. Dooky In time and been neled upon, all would lmve been well. Never mind. M;-. Dioley ; don't be discouraged. Itcmember the good old liuixiir— ' if at Ili-ni, jou don't (succeed, try, try, try again,' AiM my si-ggestions to your motion nud brln^ it on again. Yon see the wives nnd families will nud more weight. Some of t.io wires of members ot Parliament' use free prjwcs at the present time, nud your motion only provided for ex-members of l'nr llament. Not a woiil about the ladies I No w...

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CONNUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

? OONNUNDRUMS. wmil is Ilio illuuronoo botweon a baby and n pair of boots ? Ona'I was and tho othor I woar. - ? - ( ????-?;?. Uso mo wqli, nnd I'm ovorybody | soratoh my bnok, nnd I'm nobody, A looking glass.' What word becomes Bhortor by adding a syllablo to it 1 Short. If n stupid follow was going up for oompo tltlvo oxamtnatlon, why should ho study tho letter P? BooauBO P mnkos 'nss. ' pnsB.' Why' is buttormilk liko something that novor happened? Because It hasn't n curd (occurred). Why is tho loltor O tho noisiest of all tho vowola? Booauso nil tho rost aro in audible. Why is a pig n paradox ? Booauso it is killed (hat nnd ourod afterwards. Why la a bud hnlf-sovoroign liko somo thing said In n whisper ? Boonuso it la ut tered, but not allowed (aloud). Why do blaok sheep cat loss Hum wliito onoa ? Bocnuso tliero nro fowor of thorn. Wliy Is n barn-door fowl sitting an a gate lil.-o a penny ? Booauso its head is on ono Bido nnd its tail on tho'othor. Why Is n mnn searohing for tho ...

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SPORTING. Table Cape Hack Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

-SPOUTING. — ? ? ♦- ? Qiitblc Cape 5«rn«;k XSitcing Club. A meeting of the Table Cape Hack llnc'ng O'ub was hehl nt CiitoII's Hotel, ?\Vynyiinl, on .Satuidiiy evoni'ig hist. Mr. II. H. Itulierls occupied iho chair. Tho treasurer's report showed that utter paying all expense* for the past s.'nson, a very satisfi.ctory balance had been placed to the credit of the cliib. It was dee'ded tlmt the club hIioiiIi! hold the' r next meet ou Satuixlny 'the 27lh of D.'cember, and a moit nl-n olive little pro gramme was arranged for that dale, Including a Hau-lienp Hi.uk lUee of I Iran*., distance, about one mile; Handicap Hack Hurdle Knee, 8sov«., 1 1 miles; Two-Yer.i-old Hues, i*ix furlongs ; Kly.'ng Ifnndleiip.sixfiirlongs ; Maiden Hack Unco', ouo mile; and Consola tion Slake, one mile. Tho Miccew o' il '» c'.ub relleels great credit on ;he nwu ngement, and Mri,I. W. Carrcll, hou. sec, and as the. course has been thoroughly drained and sown with grr.ss since last seison, we may ?v.'i'-oiiably...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

l'uhllnhul Heavy II WHiWff// mill Sntunhiij . wjwxjihday, Novmmmi is, isoo. It will bo pleasing to our roudori* and tho public generally to loam that tho great Htrlko which commonccd in Melbourne) on August If I last, 'hiul subsequently spread over the' whole of the Austrnlusian colonies, and had the effect of throwing thousands of men out of employment, and completely paralysing trade, can now bo fairly considered nt an cud. Tho particulars of tho strike aro familiar to everyone so that them is no need to go over mo wnoio ground, more can uo no. doubt that the whole affair was ill-advised and tho action of tho Molbonmo Trades hall authorities in calling out such a largo number of different trades with a view of compelling employers to give in wns hasty and ill-advised. Free laborers wero forth coming in greater number than tho Trades Hall Council imagined, and nlmost from tho commencement of tho strike certain em ployers (the l'.S.N. Co. for instance) were nblo to got laborers' of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 12 November 1890

[ADVISTIBBMI'KT.] l'r.iposcd to bo fonvnnl.'d to th'j illreetois of Iliu T.S.N. Compnny by pai^aiigurn per h.», .Hoictnn, arriving at Emu Hay on Novembur -, Mil' I :— \V: thu iiiidenlgued, pnsseugurs by the slunuiu:' Jtniuton.ile.'ilre to express our appre ciation ot'tliu skill nnd limvery of her 011100111 i«ii\ uWW,'tu.livlnglnK «n Rafuly throni-h the most ilangiiious voyagu it hits ever boon our iot to ueeompll.sli — ii voyago ocuiipylug II houi'H from JWulhniiruo to IH11111 Hay. It In not too much to s:iy that slu rills moru tliuii tliuouoiiu hurault: (see llyran), or thnii tho oye of frenzy (soo Siiakxptmra) ; It is 11 it ten iimuh In say that her rcuunl of tiller nillus per hour uullp.cjs anything wo linvi previously cxperieneed or even lead of, bar the ice-lnund ships which trade on r.iy ngei of iiilvunturu to tho North Pllu, It Is not t 111 much to wiythnt the' vininls provided for the consumption of those who weru happy diiiiiikIi to ho niiiong thu passcngovs wore n llttiu l...

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