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

STEWART DAWSON & CO,, WATCH MANUI'AOTUJIKHS AND JEWKI,LEltS, 1)7 Swniison-streot, Molbourno. ENGLISH LEVEll WATCHES. ENGLISH LEVKll WATOUKS. ffUIE Best hint mostrollnblo Tlmokoopors A In tlio World. Tho largest mill beat Btook in Australia to Buleot from. FIFTY l'EH GENtTuNDEU OSUAL 1'IUOES. iSlhco tlio establishment of their business in Auatntlln, B.D. and Co. have mtulu no alteration in thulr prices, nnd while thoy con tinuo ns boforo, xovornl classes of the watches hnvo been considerably improveil, so Unit l)y onloriiur from S.U, nnil Co. the public got DETTEU VALUE THAN EVEU. No Midillo Men's Profits to l'ny. £8/17/0 8,U, and Co.'h well-known £11/17/11 Clout's English Hunting Iiovor, full capped mid jowolleil, gold balance. Tho Cheapest Watch in Australia, and SeWni? in Thousands. £4/17/0 S.D. nml Co.'s oclobmteil £1/17/0 Gont'BKiiBllsb Silvor limit ing Levor, fully, enpped, J pair extra jewels, ehro , nometor bnlnnce. This, watch possesses every known ndvnnlngo for time...

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

NniuN X»,T ABie-|i-ti», imi'ouiani um:ah-oui ham: W h 1) N 1) S 1) A V , N O V 1, M 11 li 11 SW MAUGhllh Is floored with !u ? HliuctioiiH fiom Messrs (Juiiinu iliot (n ho inc. dUsulving puitiiouhip) lo sell bj uictlon, nt Mi Jones' yards, Smllhten, Duck Kivoi, on WnDNiJinAi 1 2(lth of Nuvi'Miiui, MMiVo'elook shaip, ? ?? 'I - 'Iho whole of tho linns leal nnd poHoiiiil ?estate, comprising — OUUISl'MAB JINjI,R, A most dcslinblo juoput), containing ?II II acres of llrst-cluss choeohite 'soil — Jljl) acics undci grasH, 20 uudei eiop, nud 2'i tcady foi liung, di\ided Into convcuiunt naddoeKH,2 at icb choice oichnnl Tho buildings eon xist of M-roomcd house, turn, stable, men's huts, huge dnhj, htoic loom, and nil liccciwaiy outbiilldin^s llnsipiopeilj Is well wiiteicd, flouts on (Ibreriiiiient road, nud i» within one mile of Kleaiu tiainnn}, whicli canlei pioiluce 10 deep watei ill leiMiiable latei Alro, Interest in lease of 800 acres, well watered, and excellently situated cattle 11111, u...

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

llHMlllVNN X--ti-;UN. ' . /William Jones, -!^' ' WH0W5SALE AND UUTAII, ! GENERAL 8TOBES, BURNIEj EMU BAY. Cable Address—' Mknai.' . PUUOHASER OFJAW' KINDS OK I'ltODUOE. ^ ? . ? fJmlortakds mles of 'Farniifor Stock cither by Private Salo or Public Auction. Best Viotomax Hone Dust always ox Haxd. HAf) ALWAYS OIjEAItKD AND 1'AHTIATjLY OLKAUKD FA11MS POU BALK Agent for — T.S.N. Co.; Dorwont and 'J'amar Firo ami Marine IiiHiirnnco Co. I CUSTOMS A.NU FOItWAllDIXO AOENT, IinANCH.STOIlES AT WYNYAUD AND STANLEY. GOUNTUY OUSTOJIVRS AND OTHK11S IN WANT OP BOOTS, SHOES LEGGINGS, &c, | Will linil it greatly to their intercNt to 1'ATJtONISK the ONLY FfUM IN LAUNCKHTON tiiat.always advertises itKljIt ICES IN PLAIN KrOUHKS. , 1 NOTE THE FOLLOWING COLONIAL LINES :— . GUNTS. ( LADIES'. I ' Best Kip WafertiglitB ? ]l/fl Kip E.S. nud Lace ? .' 'n/. Half WntiTtlirlilH ? !l/ll Kungni-oo E.S ? (i/ii E.S. and Uluchcm ? «/« MiiIiIh' Bootx, from ? '?'-/. Youths' Boots, from ? * ... 01. ChiblrenV lloo...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 November 1890

PiiMMied livery Wednesday and Saturday. hatuhdAy, xoViprnEii is, isdo. We linvo on previous occasions- referral to tlio inconsistent action of the Ministry in re fusing permission to the V.D.Tj. Company to extend their line of railyvny, from Wamtnh tdZechan, and' introducing n'bili nnd sup porting the samo to confer upon n private sj ndicnto tlio necessary power to construct a tramway from Dundns to Kcchnn ; but the question of 'railway comninnication to tlio nearest port Irom the sIItoi1 liohls is of such ^itnl importance to those interested in the various nilncs, nnd the prosporlty of the nolony generally, that we feel called upon to m?nin refer to the innttor. We do not for one moment object to the bill that has been pafecd, enabling n trnimyny to be built from Duudns to Zeeliau ; on the contrary, wo con sider the work most necessnry nnd the pro moters ileporTing of commendation for their action in tiiemntter. ' But what we do most strongi;' protest against is- the _ unfair nnil ...

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NEW MICROPHONE MEMBRANE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 November 1890

NEW MICBOPnONE M13MV . ' ' . BRANE. Tlio in icrophono of Messrs Mis and Gonost, of 14a, Kcuonburgerstrass, Berlin, has lately uiulcrgono an important improvement. Tho Bouhd-plato of this miorophono consists of a thin diuphragm of firewood, whioh has as yot ? proved best for sonnd-platos. Thero is only oho inconvenience and that is dry fir is Tory Eusccptiblo to damp. Under its . influence tho plates become curved1, and often cause a disturbing alteration in tho contact points .of tho carbon rollers and of the transmission , , of tlio voico. , Until now the platos havo bcon lacquered for protection, and several varnishes woro tried, but thoso protcotod tho -? .: - sound-plato against damp only for ft short ; timo. The water condensing off tho plato during tho conversation soon caused small 1 cracks on tho lao, which accelerated tho : introduction of damp into tho wood plato. .?-? Tlin nnw inw»nf,rtn hnn ht-r*n fnnnd fn Avar. , ' . , , come all difficulties. Tho sound-plate is now cov...

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A NEW GUNPOWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 November 1890

A NEW GUNPOWDER, I 1 A pw gunpowder, tho invontibn of Mr, Ilciisst, liao'ioccntly been tested, and tho . lvsnits poini to it as a promising substitute fcr, bine!; powder for military and sporting : pnypcQOo, The. now powder is prepared if onl af.'.vr/, which is ' pulvorizod, ehomically ti;or.lod, end unishod in granular form for uso, is :s c;aiv.ou lor 11113 powaeruiat mssmoKO Ic-.t, Onistaa', pmct-cally non-fonling ana r. In-heating, ouel iKa' both tho recoil and tho K'-iori nva lets thnn thoso o{ black powder, w::h stmrioi' penotrativo power. From tho i ]»:-.T.rfuI character o! thi3 cxplosivo, which, .1 \vci~ht !or:wetght, i3 160 ppi' cont. stronger '\h.\a gib.i^mler, jind 13 qot paplbdable by ,:'po:v!r.s.slcn, it is probable that in a com; jiic'jso'd form it,will bo found tq bo applicable t.T- aiostih? purpo3-jt|V In every rospcot it' a;: ~j :ai-3 b bo a' powder of great promisq. ;

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LONDON, NOV. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 November 1890

LONDON.NoV.il. (Additional lo Pretioui Teleoramit). Lord Coloridgo, tho Chief Justice, hns re covered from his recent illness. The oo-opomtive system introduced by the dock directors is working very satisfactorily, nnd the dockers employed on the co-operative basis are earning '.I'd. per hour, fully B0 per cent, above tho wngefl paid to tho d«y labour dockers. Mr. Bonny, oue of tho sub-leaders of tho made by Mr. H. M. Stanley against the late Major Bnrttclot, and hints that the last named wan Insane. Mr. Bonny has published dotsilcd report* of instances of insane ferocity perpetrated by Major Barttelot. Theso reports have caused intense sensation, nnd tho Press generally demand that n commission of in quiry be appointed to thoroughly investigate the mntter. Mr. Stanley has 'retained Sir Oharles Russell ns his counsel in the libel action brought by tho brother of tho Into Major Bnrttelot against Mr. Stanley. Signor Succi, who has already gained some notoriety by his power of sustaine...

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THE CONSUMPTION CURE. BERLIN, Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 November 1890

THE CONSUMPTION CURB. BERLIN, Nov. 14. An article wrltton by Professor Koch nppoars in tho Borliu journals to-dny showing that his treatment of consumptive pnti mis has provod suceossful. The professor mentions cases in which he lms cured persons fiiifterlng from leprous nnd cancorous ulcoratlons of tho face from tuboroulosis, whuthor affecting the glnnds, joints, or bones, ns well ns iuslpicnt con sumption. Professor Koch has not yet rdvonlod tho substances which compose the lymph he uses in his cures.

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Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

TtllMIIIU'CI-N' lIUItOl'tM. j The Hcazlowood BIlvorLerul Mining Com pnny, November lfl,— During the pnst fort night No. JD'jndlt lins been' oxtondod 20£t., making ItB.totivl lonutli 1108ft. Tlio vein of oro^^tho'ioilo'oponed out immediately after uiyllast report to lft. wide of nearly olenn gnloun, then pinched hgnfn, until nt present ,tburo Is'oiily 8ln, of ore iti the fnci), rind that contains ii large por oehtngo of zinc. ' ??! Tlio XJoilkln Extended Silver Mining Compnny, No Liability, Nov. IB :— Slnco.last report tho main ndit lias been extended 8ft., total distauco driven, (iOlft. Bin. Tho ground its now moro favoumblu for driving and more water is making in the fact. 1 have securely timbered tho fnce in the cross-cut on No. 2 lodo, unit started to drive on the opposlto Hide. Three tons of nro have boon padiloekcd, making a (otnl of 711 tons. '^'111 start trenching on the new discovery, which lu future I will call the No. !1 lode. Tho nssny from the waw lode Is 207.. ldwt.to t...

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MINNING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

nixnc; kjttmm/ixsejit;:!:. [Mining managers arc respectfully re quested to (forward their reports ns early as possible. Any items of news for insertion under this bending will : be thankfully re ceived.] .'....;?? ; ' _, . X telegram has been received from the manager of - tlio, Wnshiugton mine stating that very rich-looking chromates of lead nnd gnlcnn hnvc been struck 011 the mine. Fur ther particulars will follow by. letter. The directors of the Godkln Silver-mining Compnny have instructed their mining mnn-. nger, Mr. A. 11. Browne, to prcpnre plans, Sec, for tlio Innncilinte erection of Bmclting plant at the works. We nlso lenm that tho tram way beingconstructed by the Qodkin Com pany to tho Whyte River bridge is proceed ing rapidly. The special correspondent of the Mercury reports, under date tho 15th inst.: — The only thing fresh to report from the central por tion of Dumlas is tho discovery of largo iron htone blow 011 Hobart Prospecting Associa tion, E. Wright, No. 2284. It ...

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SHE AND I. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

SHE AND I. ?* 9 We were wooing in the starlight, Shoandl; . Wo were bidding Bweotest ' Good-nishtBI Ncaththosky. * Ah, our hearts were wildly boating, And tho future dawned enchanting, As our lips wore pressed at parting, With a oigh I We were at the altar kneeling, Sheandl; Angola from above were peeping To espy. And to watch love's flow'reta springing, As wo both began life's morning, AllllitJlUB, BWCUb IU1U IQVUiK, MlPiPPH '- To tho sky 1 We are seated in the starlight, She and I ; .... We are speaking o'er life's days bright 1 Long gone by. Though her tresses care has silvered, And my frame with age is fettered, Still our love is deep and treasured Ne'er to die 1

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THE SNAKE AND THE BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

' THE SNAKE AND THE BIED. : Not' every bird is afraid of serpents, as the following story of a fierce duel will prove. One day a snake was crossing a street hi a town in Florida, when a butcher bird caught Bight of it and- at onoo swooped down upon it. It directed all its attacks at the reptile's head, and soon pecked out an eye, managing to keep itself out of harm's way tho whilo. Tho contost was now somewhat equal, and the bird succeeded in pecking out the other eye. It then loft tho blind snake writhing in the Band, until a passer-by put nn end to its sufferings and its Ufo. ? — ? ?

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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. SONG OF THE SNOWFLAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

CHILDREN'S COLUMN. SONG OF THE SNOWFLAKES. ' Goodwill, goodwill, to ono jnd all I' BoBing tho Bnowilakos as thty fall, Hiding tho mud and miro from Bight, Clothing tho world in robes of whito — Emblems of lovo in human lito, Blotting out sorrow, blotting out strife. —Little Fotlit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

Bubnie Athletic Spouts.— At a meeting of the Burnie Itccrcntion Ground Committee held nt T. Wiseman's hotel Inst night it \rns decided to liold the nnnunl general meeting nt the Town-hall on Saturday next to elect a committee io make nrrangemunts for hold ing the annual sports on New Years Day. - W»IltC«l. 'ITTANTED.— Apprentice to the Black ?*YV: smithing. J. MYLAX, Emu Bay. T70R MENS' SHIM'S, 1/., 1/0, 21. BoyH1 J} 'Shirts, Hats, Ties, Collars, kc, Cnll nt RIGGS'S. Fov Sale. FOR SALE. — 77 acres of lnnd ; 20 acres under grass,balance now being scrubbed, Situated on tho main ronil and railway to Mount Bischoff. Eight rnHes from Burnie. £5 per acre. Good red soil. Apply William Jokes, ' ilenai,' Bnriiic. ? ' FOU BOYS' KNICKEB, SUITS, splendid value, {4/6. Boys' and Youths1 Suits, Call nt IUQQS'S. ? FOR PRACTICAL MILLINERY Dress making, &c., kc, Cnll on Mro.dtlGOS Mount-street. Ittuuie A.tliletic Snorts AND Recreation Ground Meeting*. rpHE. Annual General Meeting will be JL h...

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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

SHIPPING. nuitarna. AHIUVED, November 18.— Star, s,s., 48 tons, W.Holy man, jun., from Launccston aud Coast ports. C»rgo— Sundrlci. SAILED, Novomber 16,— Wakoflold, b.s,, HI tonB, W. TaU,' for Lauuoeston, Onrgo— 1(131 o»g8 tin ore ntiil sundrios. . November 18.— Star, s.s., 40 tottB, \T, Holy man, -jun,; for Table Oapd. i ? ? ? The i.s. Wakofleld returned from Olroulni Head last Saturday and after taking on board 1,181 bags tin ore nnd a quantity of sundries loft for Liiunceston nt 4 a.m. on Sunday, Tho s.s. Star arrived from Inunocston at 4 n.m, yesterday with a largo cargo of gcnoml merchandise. After discharging tho samo she left at hnlf-paBt 10 tho same morn ing for Table Onno, with a good cargo for that port, most ol which was shipped from Burnie, Tho Star will leave Tnblo Capo for Launcetton direct this morning. Tho B.s. Moreton loft Melbourne yestorday, and mny bo expected here some timo this afternoon or evening. Tho dnto of hor de parture from this port has boon altered, an...

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THE ORPHAN LAMB. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

THE ORPHAN LAMB. Deep in the wood tho purple violot hides, Tho fragrant primroso srailca from out its leaves, Whilo through tho valo tho Bllvor rivor glides, And heaven's own azure on its breast ro coives. The voice of Bpring is -breathing o'er the world, Calling the blossoms out upon the trees ; Her flower-embroidered bannor is unfurled, And scatters porfumc on tho wandering brcezo. Glad larks are singing all the livelong day, As, to and fro, 'twixt earth and heavon thoy pass, And in tho fields the merry Iambs at play Skip round thoir fieeoy mothers on tho grass. fiat one wee lamb tho shophord's daughter, Grace, ' ? Found by its dying mother ; still and cold Lay the poor ewe, and stirred not from its place — From henooforth to bo empty in tho fold. 80 gentle Grace, with kind and loving oaro, Soothing the littlo oroaturo's vain alarms Wholly to rest — tho orphan lamb will boar, Sheltered within hor strong and tendor armB. Graoo has been taught irom early ' youth to be - Gentle to al...

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WARATAH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

AVAK VTAII \OT1^. ' (FHOMOUB OWN COnBESPONDENT1). I learn from the mining manager (Mr. H. Waters) of the Washington Silver Mining C'oinpnny, that while continuing the driv* along the course of the lode at a' distance of lGBf t. from the mouth of drive he met with ' a largo body of metal, galena and also chro mntcs, most of the mctnl being under foot. This find wns struck on Snturdny on the lnitt shift for the week, therefore the extent will not bo known until they resume work ngnin this week nnd drive further along the lode. Thu manager informed me that ' he did uot expect to get any galena in the lode till he had driven a further distance of nbout iliift., no where ho hns been driving from the mouth of ; tho tunnel to that dls tnnce Is along tnblc land, nud therefore giving no more backs Unit what he started with, viz., Hiift; As soon as this drive is ex tended this other !IBf t., he will then get backs very rapidly, the hill to .which ho is driving towards being nbout 300ft; high....

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TERRIBLE TALE OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

TEUIUULK TALK OF THE SEA. Tho KritiHli ship Stephen 1). Ilorton, 1,(120 toiiH, with a full mow on boanl, laden with juto and Baltpulru, from Calcutta, was about 400 miles oil' thu const, of I'uniam lilico, in niidoccHii, whou the cry of liio was raifwil. Tliu wnltputm had explmlcil with an itwl'nl ropnrt, and in less thmi two hours aftuiwai-ds the ship was from stem to stern in flumes. Throughout thu dicad- fill sccno tho captain'fj young wife, who was on hoard, otnoil by tho until at work, and biiconm^ud thimi to piearrvo their pro senco of mind, and when hopo was Rbandnncd hIio asHisted in lowming tho lifoliout without for a moment losing solf coinmaiiil. Ono bo.il with niuoKitilomaiid Mro Lewis was lowcrea jiiccussfully, but had scarcely been launched vlicn a punio ensued among tho rest of tho crew. Tho scorching (lames wcro nioro than they could Miilnro. Drivon to diwporation, oi(jht of them juuipuil wildly into tho sea, nnd swam awny fiom tho hmin'ng ship. Ono ftt-aman, nanicd ...

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[?]MENT [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

ft tTOSTPXTT for rosistlng ouiphurio acid, even at boilinR hent, may do nrnilo by melting caoutchouc lit a Rcntlo heat, and adding, with constant stirring, from 6 to 8 por cent, of tallow ; then mix therewith enough dry-slakoil limo to make tlio wholo the consistency of soft paste; 'finally nuM thereto about 20 per cent, of red lead, whereby the mass immediately sets hard and dry. A solution of caoutchouc, in twico its weight of linseed oil, aided by heat ing, und tho addition ot an equal weight ot pipe-clay, yields a plastio mass which will resist most acids. The district of Cnrtrael, in North Lanca shire, is likely to te:omo n now hematite iron field. Hithorto, although plenty of iron hns been found in Furnoss, nono whatever hns been louud in Cartmel ; but undoubted indi 'cations of a large deposit of hemntito iron have presonted themselres on the Ellcrhow estate, and boring operations have been undertaken. It is impossible to over-cstimato tho great importance of this find, if th...

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UNRIGHTEOUS BELLRINGERS AND THE CLERGY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 19 November 1890

UNRIGHTJCOUS BBLLIUNGERSAND TUB CLR11UY. A poofl story (says an English journal) conies from a south western suburb of a ronmrkalily riglitouus rector, who 'became sudilonly aware of tlio profane nature of his bell-ringers. He took counsel nitii his curates. The end of it was tlmt tho liell ringurs were discharged, and the cuinlos and a fow of tho choir men agreed next Sunday moi'iiing to take their places. Now, none of theso willing helpers had over attempted boll/ringing before, and it was with Home feeliiigs of apprehension that caoh took his place and (irmly grasped a ropo. Slowly they began, anil curious wcro the resulting aountls, till suddenly one of tho.cuiatbs, giving a more vigorous tug (him usual, nnd keeping at tho sumo tiinu a linn grip of his ropo, was entwined to' the ceiling coils, ami, with face whiter tl-mi liis twvplicc, he wan carried up as by

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