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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

?;iiii;¥ii.'«ioij,«» sujiVKC.i'!.**.' The following Borvlees \\viii ha liclili to morrow :— ? ' .-?'???????????? '. 'i: ?-)? ?- 'i.;'''' ?on'uiiou oi' 'liKdriAN'n.' ': ij1-' 'niirriie— Moi-nliig'nt 11 t hyrniis !?«()', '/fffi, '225. Evunlng nt- 7 ;' hymns -2««, ;.'a77, 288. ;;„,... . !. Somcmot— Morning at [' 11 '(witli1 Holy :Commi'iuloii) i' ?liyiiin's' lllil, l»7, JUT.' - Wynynnl— !Afternoonat8..1 „ ?? ujriTKDitErjionrsTPiiKBciiiunciit. ' .-?? - Burillu— Mr.'WIlswi at 11, Rav. ?Jkiwojit 7. ' Stowpcrt— Mr.,iVtl)inii'nt7. ., ,-. . :! ..-. ?? . ,,Rpruainu'sOreek-— Mr, Wllsoiiiit II. ' j !'???' Poiiguiii— Rev. Ellis hf 2.80, Mi-. 11. SiiiltK '.' 'at 7. ? :' ,'. ?'?'' ???'? ''. ?-,' ' 'v ?' Pl'uewood— Hov. T:,Kllls.nt 11, JIr.\0AVMis ? nt7..-. ???.,?:??., .?.,. .!'.,,. -try m , Wynynnl^-Hoy. Uowo lit 11. ,'. I'-, ;Cniu.roml— Mr' D.tekiit ' Ht M '' '- ?;?!!'''.?? .iloiint IfiokH— llp'vniowi) nt II,, , ' ' '.)f .,. There was n good uttendiiiicu nt lhe|li«iml weelfoveitirig aervicoi.-tV....

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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BRAVE JOE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

liJIAVE JOE. ' Oh I whan I'm old,' oriod bonny Joo, 'A soldlor I will bo, And whon wo rush to moot tho foo I bravely to tlio front will go, And faoo tho onoiny.' 'Ah I say not so,' criod litllo Suo, | ? 'But do somo pity.tako, ' How could ,wo say good-byo to you 1 , I If you woro ldllod, wliatBliould wo do? I Boar moUior's hcait would break.' ' | Thon Jooy laiifjliod' right morrily— ' 'But wo shall' win tho fight, , And all oomo lurching homo, you'll soo, ' )Vhon wo liaro killed tho onomy, ? ' And I'll bo mado a knight.'; , | But Suoy's tears they foil liko rain, , , , ' It's wrong all round,' said sho, i ' For only some can glory gain, ? And at tho cost of others' pain, - ?It's wrong as wrong can bo 1' ' j

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Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

I ' ' \ Serlouit !A.cclileht. ' . Wm. J'olinstone,, whilst working on tliej Bronkwatcr, yesterday, had his leg crushed; to such nn oxtcntthnt it wns necessary to' have itnmputatcd. Johnstono has been cm- j ployed as tip driver, and at this work it ih; necessary for tho horse aiid driver to go n.t.aj good speed when taking n. full truck out to the tip.. Just before approaching the tip the! nornc ,is imniLcneu nnu cutilcu oil io n pmi- form. Joimstone whilst unhitching got his foot, between the points or V, and before he could get it put the full truck ran over his leg. The cries of the poor fellow were (ienrt rending, nnd his rescuers immediately '.took; him to n cottage ndjomiug Dr. Graham's.. Dr. Armitago was tclcgrnpheil for and arrived' here about 7 p.m. After his Arrival chloro-: form wns administered and the operation of. amputntion wns successfully pcrforrned.) About 10 p.m. tho'sufforcr wns made com-! fortnble, and to nil appearnnccs was doing, well under the circumstnnces. G...

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HARD TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

HAKD TIMES. I've heard it Raid Hint ' times aro bad,' I rather think thoy bo ; I'm Euro a lniserabler boy You could not find thnn mo. ? - I'vogot a kite, but lost my string, 1 vo also lost my ball ; And right down from tho apnlo-lroo ? i ? .r*ohacladicfrulfall. i ? And when my birthday camo lasfweok, And I was five years old, Just think— I had to stay in bod ' BccailboT had a cold !

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PILING UP NEGATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

riMXa UP NEGATIVES. fjoiiio people can nuror bo got to1 iiicbg ni.'io the l tilo that two negatives inaka an anirmativo. According to Mr Chrvile.H, tho ?lonntry folk in Oxfordshiro havo a grain matical creel worth two of Unit Tlmy hiil. I that lebs than two negatives might bo takou for an allinnativo, or at least for an assert. 'A Ciunhriilgo man, whom \m cnllugo (St. John's) tmtispliiiitu'il, into Oxfoi'ilHliiio as an inoiiinboiit, dvclarml to me on-:o that ho Ihmi-.I a uativu of that county mldi-oss a Imnd of workm m thus : — ' llaint never a ono of you chaps beon nothing of no hit?' (ijorgo Momo, a blinjiiuikor of Ip'iduii, who wns (\nito a 'character' in tho region of Scott's Obrii moil used to aucumimiiato negatives as if thoy woro halfpuncu — ospooiully when ho wits excited. A neighbour, to whom ho had now and then lent a spado, or a frying pan, or a faggot, oflbnded him, and thoy abused each other heartily ovor tho palings. Mooro wound up tho controversy thus : — 'Don't you n...

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KIND NELLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

' KIND' NELLIE. It was' a very hot summer day. Lilllu Nellio stood by hor gato looking down tho dusty road.- She was watching for her father ' to ,conio Jiomo. ' Soon she saw a poor dog coming up tho road. His tonguo was hang .ln# out; and ho looked' very hot and tirod. »,I am suro ho must bo very thirsty,1! said Nollio to herself. Nollio loved dumb animals. So sha'wcht in and brought out somo waloi: in adiBli.-Mi 'If tlio' poor dog is thirsty lid .will drinkthis,' sho said. At iirst lio was afraid to .come near hor, but when ho saw tho wator which sho hold for him to drink, ho came up to hor'nml lapped it greedily, 'i Nollio was glad that sho had 'brought it, when sho saw how much tho poor dog en joyed it. When ho bad finished, ho wagged his tail and looked up into hor face. Ho then gavo a short, sharp bark, which mount' 11 Thank you,' as plainly as ho could say it. NellioV father had coma up whilo sho had boon holding Iho dish. 'I hopo you will llways do good, Nollio,' ho fcaid, '...

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SINGULAR BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

bin a y bAR .,« bf- aou ? of pbomise ,6iLi-, suit. ', . i i \Lhu 'Tiish TinW London corrospon ilont Bays wo iiro promised a branoli of promise onso with Hoino olomonts of froah pass in it. Tho principals livu in tho ciuo.i1, shlra, whera tlio dufuiuUnt owns n.' proporty. Ho is a young goiitloman of good fumily. In 1883 liu boo.uno attached to tliu plniiitifl— ono of tho.iniuiy daughters of a church dimiilarv Hn mm In lil» nfFnr. and was accepted. Tho wedding day was appointed, l)iit licfoio tho duto was roachod tho bridegioom-elcct got u h.id spill from tho saddle in tho lmiiting-fiehl. Ho was lai'l up.a long timo, mid when ho was nblq ,to go about agiiin tho doctors ordered him a long Mia voyngo. Ilo was away Hourly two yo.ir.1, spending a gool deal of tho' time in onu of tho colonios. Somo timo bofore his return an extraordinary olinngo appeared in tlin character of his lottovs to tho girl ho hud left behind him Thny WiM'o wiitton in such rambling and ox travagant torins as to sug...

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IRRITANTS OF DEAD INSECTS [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

lit HIT ANTS OF BEAD INSECTS, Detailing to Mr.' Stanloy's romarks on or ui'v poison obtained from tho bodies of dried lo '. nuts the Lancet says it certainly is Btrango lunt. wall tho exception of cantharides, and peilmps t.f litatta'oiicntalis, tho inseot world I- -o little usod for active thcrnpeutics. This inudii-n1 jumnal bclio\cs thorois little ground 1 ii dimliliiii; that it was tho deadly irritant 1 cil ihudnid insects by which somanymon vvi'c lott with sunh torriblo sufforine.

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INTOXICATION BY NAPHTHA FUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

i. - it I t » i i INTOXICATION BY NAPHTHA ? ??? FUMES. ??. A Boston lottor'-in tho 'Chicago Tribune en}s— ' 'J'lio lutost female vico is intoxication by unphllia. , , It is not swallowed. Tho Tunics of it iiro simply inhalod, inducing a ' pin ticuliu ly agiceable sensation. 'Notovon ' liashcubli begets in'oro1 fascinating dreams or r jiibre^oigoousivisions.of splendour. .The - nirls in the rubber. faotoiioB are greatly ad i.irlcd to this rio\cl form of drunkennoss. In - pitch establishments naphtha is used in onor inniifc (juiuitities to clonnbo tho rubber, being .' lept in big boilcis closed against tho air. To .tin: \al\es uf i thoHo boilers the young women 'o itiiiu iie.ccss''nnd 'brontho tho exhilaration llierefiom', sonic accident having betrayed to a chanco experimenter tho abominablo soo rut. The notion is said to bavo beon brought ' »i ij;iiiiilly Iroin Germany. Now Ibo manu l.ietiuors intend to stop tho evil by kcoping tho val'voa locked. ?

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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

; ' taswjanian news; l [I)V KlXOTJlIO TEFiEaitAl'll.] (1'IIOM OUll OWtf COnRESPONDBKT.) liAUNCJESTOK. In Cliainbeni to-dny Michael Knhoy, of Duck lUver, filed his petition estimating his liabilities at £810.. The first nicoting of creditors will be held at the office of Mr. T. J. Crisp, solicitor, Iliirnle, on Dcccnibcr 10, Tliu Premier arrived from Hobnrt to-day and trausneted prl vato business.' 'To-morrow lie will present two Itoyal Humane Society mednls, lpn\ ing for the North AVcst Const lit ' the afternoon.- . , ?' . i ? Latest Mining Quotations — Comet, buyer 10/,, Boiler 11/. j Comet Extended, buyer 70/., seller 7'-/. j Goilkin (paid up), buyer 14/0, seller lli/li ; Godklu Extended, buyer 2/7, \ seller 2/11, wiles 2/0 j AVhyto Kiver.'buyor 8/4, J seller il/U ; Mount lilschofi, buyer Jiti2, seller , £Si. Othorsnlen, Maxims, 2/10 j SAnrlso, n/8 8 North Qrabbs, 1/.; Silver Spray, 2/4j AVestern,; ?', 8/0; Pinnacle, 1/7J ; Hii8Rett«,'£10'to «U.{ ! Thejaiidloril of the Crown, Tun ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

NEW SOUTH WALES. ? ? n Sydney, Friday. A deputation waited upon ' tho ? l'reinior to-day to urge 'that steps he thkcip'to put down ' glove contests. Hlr Henry I'nrkcti rnjljl Jiof woulil .Instruct .the. Inspector of l'ollco'lo 'p'ruvcM.t,' any bcc'uirenco dctrl- ' mental to tho moml stnto of tho' people but doubted I ho possibility of .stopping such contests altogether. ' l ' ' '

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THE FINANCIAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

...... THE FINANCIAL CRISIS. ? Tho financial ciisls still continues, though tho money mhikctis less stmiucd tp-dny. Consols have risen one qunrter, nnd nro now quoted at l-4|, Tho market rnto for discount for three inoutliB hns risen*a full half per cent, ?incd yesterday, nud is now 71 per cent., . , . Tho position of tho ' Bank' of England has been igcnernlly. improving, during the week tho proportion of reserve to, liabilities being three per cent, above last week, The reserve of notes and bullion has increased by three and a half million pounds during the week.

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Nov. 21. THE PARNELL-O'SHEA EMBROILMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, fllT SUllMAUINE OAllLE.l ' (Per Reuter'b Aoenot.) 'v v -?- ..- .... i ;.- - . londo^v Nov. ai. ' THE PARNELL-O'SHBA EMBKOIL MBNT. '?' Mr. Miclmul Davitt, In n lpttor published in' ? tho Znbour -World, demands , that . Mr. . Pnr-. null shall forthwith resign tho leadership of tho Irish Party, and efface himself from political .life, for. the sake.; of .thojriah Nnr tlonal Policy. , , 1. 1

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

INTERCOLONIAL ;NEWS, .-,: [By Submarine Cable.] _.:?; ' (I'ltOM ODB DWii'iOOBRESpbif DENTS.) ?;:.' '?J;;,..;''';yioTORiA...-j;;. '^^ \ :-. sal ,;;.;;: --l- Melboubne, Friday. Tho Premier Building Sodoty. cases con tinue to' drag along wearily.' '?*?'?' ''-?' '? :r\ , NohWthitonding the general doprossion'iii Mclboumc, from, the gross revenue at the Custom House it has been ascertained that tho net, fovenue from thoieplonycontines to average £10,000 per day. ' ' ' A robbery of a' very daring character ' wag committed at one of tho leading hotels in ? - - .' ? ? ? ..... ( Melbourne last night. The takings for the liny, amounting to over £100, hnd been de posited in tliu htiidlord's bedroom, but early this morning the bag was discovered empty. No traco has yet been found of thu robbcru,

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LONDON, Nov. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

LONDON, Nov. 10. (Additional to Preeioui TcUaramt). The financial world is still very much ngitntcd, and persistent mmouin are nflont to tho effect that a very large banking house in London is In financial difficulties. . The financial crisis in new York is assum ing very serious proportions, two important brokers in that city having yesterday1 sus pended payment. It is believed that the firm of Daring Bros, is bolne resuscitated bv sonic of tho old Dart ncrs of- the house, and 'that -fresh capital 1b being introduced. - The .firm are now thoroughly secure. , : ?:. , Notwithstanding the prompt, assistance offered to Baring Bros, by tho Bank of Eng land and other lcmling'fiiinnclal institutionPj the money market continues unsettled, and a condition of increased tightness prevails. The market rate of discount for three mouths' 'bills 'wns .to-day advanced to 7 per cent., lieing 1 per cent, above the bank rate. General Booth has now received £88,001) towards his colonisation scheme, an...

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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

SHIPPING, _ — » ? JIVHXJli. , ARRIVED. *:..'$%-?;$,-.? Novombor 10— Moroton, M.,..081,'}oiw|.'1?.: V. Boutloy, uinslor, from Jlolbourno,' Pas-' scngors — Saloon :— Mr, and Mrs,! l'mnklln,' ' Mr. nnd'Mrs. Oibb and chlldicu KMrs. l'ago Lncasj MIbsob Billings, PuUcrsofij Messrs. Brain, Moxon, Tuseon, Ford, Wilson, ?? Murray i Chaffoy, Patterson, Anthony, Bono, Matthews, Scoetiold (2), AVukohnm, Gideon, EdwnrdB,' Lucas, Hcafyi anil 17 in tho steerage. November 20.— W,akcliold,6.s., 144 tons.AV. Tait, from'/ Lamhcestonl hndhCoast iports.: November 20. — AVnkellold, b.b., 114 tons, ''WTTalfff rd-in Circular Head; ? ? November 21.— Herbert, s.s., 180 tons, G. Tait, from Lnunocston and Devouport. ? BA1LE1). ?November 20.— Moroton', 'sTs., 681 tons, J. V. Bentloyforiliaunccston. November 20.— Wakollcld, s.s,, 144 tonB, AV. Tait, ior Olrpulnr, Head, Novombor 21.— Herbert, b.s , 160 tonB, G. Tait, for. Mncquaria Harbour. , /NoveAbol'21.-4Wakcfleld,s.B.,144tonB,W. Tait, for Launceston. ; ' '' '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

i; ,;Mi»cciaI A.d.ycvtl(tom«intH. , Y\TJEEN'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL W , „. . KMUBAY. -- j-At$!b\1rA:--il. HAMILTON ltOYCK, ?rCer1ificftfeil' 'Trtiiiicfl 'Tcnbliei', ' Melbourne University.; .,Gertificated, Teacher, Drawing, Drill, Gymnastics.' ' Senior Lady Assistant: — MlSS.S. do B. .MtfcuJBy, JPcrtJilcntcil Trained Touched ' ' ' junior Lady Assistant : — Miss JI. Bbowk,' Melbouinb University. ? : ' : ; ,i Tlia course of instruction includes English in nil its brandies, Lntin, French, Mnthc anatics, &c. 1'rospcctus and terms on appli cation to the Principal. »AXK or vis .imuemeits A , liAAB.Vfclinitcrt. t ? . ' . ' ? 'A*'1' ' ' ' I A., BRANCH oJt this Bank is NOW OPEN litBUnNIE/Emti Hay, under the iiiniinge mctit of' Jin. A, E. Haiiuisox. , , . , , AV. a. BltOAVNE, ? '?* * -' '; /_ ' 'Manager. Xli« Sebton Sti Gcor^ei' 1-iii-84»iiii{u*c, Jlurnlv. 'JT1HE ''Members, of the 'Ladies' Working ,i. , Committee, . and any , friends of the Church are invited to meet' at'Bt. George's .School...

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CHAPTER XVI. REVOLUTION AND A RECRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

CHAPTER XVT. KEVOMJTION AND A BECItUIT. ' Arm I arm I' The cry echoed from one extremity of Paris to the other, and that evening every prisoner in the debtors' gaol found himself at liberty. It was a clear, starry night ; nnd as Clement accompanied his friends to their headquarters he found every street alive with busy workers. Trees were cut down nnd paving stones wore torn up to form barricades across tho streets ; and at one o£ these, whether completed or in process of construction, sentinels kept enref ul watch. Jleu nnd women, haggard fish-wives and sprucely dressed students, wrought like demons at these extemporaneous fortifica tions, and occasionally the gunsmiths ' plied their rattling trade ' by the light of blazing torches, as they repaired the wenpons for the morrow's light. The appearance of Lafayette and Do Guyon, with a start of veterans wns hailed with cheers. Tho people welcomed their old leaders, nnd swore thnt they would follow them until France wns free. When day ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

t COMMERCIAL. /!?? There is nothing to report in the produce 'marketj as business is completely nt a stand 'stin.;; ? ,.?''...''. ;: ..'.?.'.

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RIFLE BARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 22 November 1890

RIFLE BARRELS. ' OT H. B. MAXIM. Tho gun barrol haying boon ilniflhcd.b the ordinary manner is mounted iii a lathe so that both its external and internal surfaces run truo. A current of enrburoted hydro jen gas is then passed through tho bore,'- nnd a-t tho samp timo a Rorics of gns jctn aro applied to tho oktorrial surface of tho bnrrol. ' Ak thn barrol becomes hcatod it runs out ot truth, and this. is cprroctod from tiino to timo by Etrnightoning it by means of lc\ crs or mallets, ' or othonvisc, whilo it is in tho Inthn nnd whilohot. Tho barrel thus' treated in not liable to becomo crooked whilo firing. Tho current of gas passing through tho horo pro lents damage to tho gun by oxidation during tho straightening oporation.

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