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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. NUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

CHILDREN'S COLUMN. NUTTING. Wlion autumn skloB aro groy, ? Ami leaves aro turning brown, Tho children hnsto away From vlllago nml from town, In Itttlo hands thoy go, Ab happy ns can ho, To whero the sweet nuts grow Upon tho hazol troo. Tho squirrolB hear thoir sour, And climb tho brandies high, Whilo through tho grasses long Tho timid rabbits ily. And singing all tho day, The littlo children rovo To gather what they may While nutting in tho grove Then, whon tho Bun !b low, , And tlay 1b nearly dono, Homowaril tho children go, Qlad-honrtcd ovo'ry one — Infants' Magazine, ' .

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

.ItMNillCNN STOtlJ'lVt. T^milCM-lT nnd EUWAUIM LIMITED. Registered 0 llnu : Kit Little lloi;rko-streul toI, Mulbuu:iio. Capital, XI S'i,iioo. , 80,0851)111(1 up to At. 72,(1110 paid up to 12s. (lit. DIRECTORS. .Hon. Sir 'Bonjiiihli'i'lloiijamlii, K.U., HiL'.O.; olminimn. Stanford Ohnpmiin, Esq.,. of Yirgou, Sou and Clmpman. Jolm Jt'lntyro, Km]., M.L.A. Henry Mooks, Esq., Morris, Roberts, anil Mcoks. W.Wright, Esq., son., Wright, unit Edwards. W. Wright, jun., gonoml niniiiigor. MANUFACTURERS OV ALL OLABBES OK MACHINERY, Including Centrifugnl PumpH, Engines, Hollers, Scott's Patent Wool-scouring Machines, Edol's Patent llotnry Wool-Hconrer, ltoliort A. Ohesney's l'litent Dtmlopl Earth .Scoop, And PATENTEES And MANUFACTURERS Of tho Celebrated Austmlian Wntcr Augur Boring Mnchino. nOBBUT ANDKUSON, Secretary. Your Toilet Is incomplete without a bottle of Ayor's HnlrVigor. To preserve the colour, I»eu u t.r, ami itlmiMliincc of tho linlr, — to free tho scalp from troublesome humours, scu...

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THE ELEPHANT'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

rHE ELEPHANTS' CONCERT. Hero oomo tho elephants. Count thorn. Six I Up to all sorts of comical tricks. Look at them mnrching into tho ring With trunks that wohhlo, and tails that swing ; Fivo upon two logs nnd ono upon four, Carefully treading tho sawdust floor ! ' Halt !' cries the keeper— nt his command, Sternly and silent as posts they stand. ' Quick ! tako your plnccs,'.' nnd up thoy go On to tho tub-cuds, livo in n row. Shaking, tho silver bells on their toes. Tho lender, with glasses on his nose, Plays on tho organ and boats tho drum, A.nd tho keeper calls out, ' Como, boys, como, Sing us somo favorito song to-day : Homo, Swcot Home,' or 'Auld llobin Gray.'' Oh ! what a noise did these big ' boya ' mako I They roared till tho vory root did glinka ; ''? Tho pooplo laughed loudly at tho fun, Yel thoy were glad when tho 'song' was done.

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MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

MEMORY. Oh 1 Mom jry, what a power hast thou ? , ' N ' -. To cheer the heart, to smooth the brow\ To woo tho weary soul from pain, ' With deeds nnd words como baok again. Thoughts of our youth, our homes, our friends, Still sorrow oft with sunshino blonds, Aud casts a shadow o'er what might bo So purely bright, so fully freo. , ? Wo linger fondly o'er tho past, wo Figii uccnuso id laucu last, i Would wo recall tho days now gono, Tho friendships formed, tho viotorios won. Tho sad despair, tho quick bright joy, The hopes that came as when a boy Wo dreamt of what might bo in atoro, Nor counted ever boing poor. Ah, well, wo littlo could thco sparo, But doubts nnd troubles with thco sharo, Till finding good in thy sweet pcaco, Itcmcmber 1 But all envying ccaso. J. n. vr.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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THE LOCUST PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

HUE I.OCUKX1 M'l.AfiVSK. — t Tho Kerang' (Victoria) correspondent of tlio Melbourne Arg'it* telegraphed last Wed nesday, as follows : — Tlio locust plague has reached , extraordinary .dimensions , here. Yesterday nuniUng greatswanns commenced' to arrive in tlio town from the surrounding country, and to-day the streets, paddocks, and gardens arc thickly covered with multi tudes of tlio insects. The greater portion of tho vegetables, llowcrs, and grass has already been devoured, tho ground in many cases being loft perfectly hare. The insects have not as yet, except in a few instances, com menced to fly, being in the hopping stage. XUOy UllYUl lit LUU llilLU Ul MJVUllll Illlll^ll day. When a mill or some other obstruction stops their onward progress they nre collected in lieaps ofteu Bin. deep. Tho verandahs arc so crowded with them that householders have to keep the doors shut to prevent the insects coming In. During tho day men were engaged with brooms and hoses driving them from tho...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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THE MONKEY AND THE FEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

THE MONKEY AND THE FEATHER. Many years ago, when 1 was a little Rlrl, I went with my big brother George to kcu the monkoyn. They were noisy things, to bo suro. Tlicro were young looking monkeys, old-looking nionkoys j BOino with grey coats, and some with brown. Their funny antics made us laugh heartily. AVe got close to tho cage, when down ciune a monkey vory quickly from his imroh, put his paw through tho bars, and stolo tho feather from the ton of my hut. Ho ran up tho trco to tho top of the c.igu. . Then he put tho feather on bis own iicnil, and looked at the others, as much as to say, 'What a beauty am I !' [ thought at first I ougr ? to ery, but when I saw the funny follow with the feathor Jii lii-i head, I could not help a good laugh, — ' Our Little Dots.' . — : ?

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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

SHIPPING. aiuuvkd. Novcmbor 20.— WitkolIold,B,s., 1M Ions, W. Tnlt, from Lnnucestou. .* v ?*-. Novombor 27,— Wnkollold, s.s.j MI -tons, W. Tnit, from Ciroulnr ireitil. BAIIiBU. November 27.— Wnkcilold, s.s., Ill tons, W. Tnlt, for Olroiilnr Head. Novombor 28.— Wnkollold, s.s., Ill tons, W. Tnlt, for Lnunceston, ???: Tlio tmvolllng public, shlppors niul others, will bo pleased to lcnrn tlmt with n vlow o£ meeting tho fnst incrcnslng business tho T.8.N. Comnnnv lmvc tleelileil to withdraw tlio Moreton from Itlie North West Coast trndo nml put on llio Flinders in her iilnco. The nltomtlon will commence next week nml tho Fllndors will lcnvo.lhls port for Jlol bourne direct on Wednesday Docem bor 8, nml every Wednesday following until further notice. The Flinders will lenvo Molbourno for Emu Buy every Saturday nrrivlnglhere tho following day commen cing from this dny, November 2». Wo do not thluk it Ib tho intention of tho T.S.N. Co, to cnll nt Oiroulnr Head at present. Wo trust, however...

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PROPOSED COTTAGE HOSPITAL FOR WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

PROPOSED COTTAGE HOS riTAL FOR AVTXYAKI*. ' fl'ItOM OUIt OWN OOItKESPONDKNT). A preliminary meeting having for. Ha object the establishment of iv Cottngo Hospital nt Wynynrd wns licld in the Library on Tuesday evening Inst. The attendance although limited wns throughly representa tive, nud included Messrs. Qniggan, Fleming, Stiittonl, Baker,' Aldereoti, Gnrner, Game, Roberts, Byrne, anil Dr. G-rnlinm. Mr. L. rlcming wns voted to the chair. The chairman* stntdd the object of tho meeting and called upon Dr. Graham to ex plain his views nnd proposals. Dr. Graham considered, the establishment of n hospitnlon n small scale necessary for the reception of nceidcut cases, nnd patients suffering with infectious dlsonses ; nnd ho quoted ligurcs to show the necessity for such nn Institution. It wus resolved Hint those present form n committee, to ascertain nnd report to n public meeting, to bo hold on Tuesday next, the probable cost ot the establishment, what assistance might bo expected from ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

commercial. Business in the produce market remnins Tory quiet. Good potntocs wanted aud small parcels for home consumption have changed hands this week nt £4 per ton, but they are difficult to secure even at that figure just now. Some of the last shipments of pota toes to Melbourne realised £8/15 per ton . clear of expenses, which may be considered Teiy goal ; nnd it is expected tlmt nny con signments of good quality sent now will realise better prices. New potatoes are coining into the market, nlso green pens, and broad beans. Peas me selling nt /4 per lb. The supply of strawberries is nlso fairly plentiful, but tliey arc selling freely at ,/10 perlb.

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Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

Mu mi irons' KcitorfN. (lodkin Extended, Nov. 22.— During tho past week the main adit hns been drawn n further distance of lift., making a total of (Hllift. Din. ; the limestone formation was struck at l!O!lft., currying a little galena nnd sulphate o£ zinc, which lends me to believe thnt the niiiiu body of ore is not fnr off, ns it is in this formation Hint the rich ores occur in the Uodkiu mine. I have stopped work on Xo. 2 lode, owing to meeting the sand Htouc on each side of tlio drive, where I started to follow the metnl. I think the only way to prove this is by drawing straight ahead aud then crosscut. 81ft. of trenching has been done on Xo. it lode, but nothing of Illlliuililliuu mm iii.i;ii ilimu vuuu, tio nu uwiiiuk get any depth for water. Average depth of trenches 4ft. (iln. Will linvo sonic of tho gosson assayed during the week.' The Washington Silver Mining Compnny, November 22: — Since lust report I have ex tended the drive on the lode n further , distance of 15ft., to...

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HINTS ABOUT BANDAGING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

HINTS ABOUT BANDAGING. Thcro is a great deal of knack in bandaging wall, and only praotica makes this, as it doos most things, perfect; and tho 'Housewife' questions whether even with diagrams any one can loam to bandage proporly without boing aotunlly shown how to do it or Booing it done Bandages aro usod for applying any pros suro that may. bo nooded, for fixing dressings and splints, to sccura rest to any injured part, ate. They aro usually mado of unbleached, calico, flannol, linen, muslin, cto. Calico or linen should bo washed before uso, to tako out all the glaze and stiffness. Thcro are two kinds of bandages, tho roller bandago and tho triangular. The length of a finger bandage shouhl bo a yard, and its width three quarters of an inch. An arm bandage should be two and a half inches wido and three to six yards in length. A leg bandage should bo three inches wido and eight to twclvo yards in length. A head bandage should be two and. a half inches wide and four to six yards long...

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FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

FUN AND FANCY. ?» ? ' Woll, Mary, my rtoar, how aro you getting on with your Fronoh ?' ' Oil, vory woll, papal - Wo translate ijulto nico sonslblo sonlcncoB now, nuoh no, ' My fathor novor allows my birthdny to jinsa without giving ins ? prosont'; or, ' It is certain tlint my futlior wfllglvo mo Bomothlng cpjito splonuld this timo.'' . Tho Waterloo (U.S.A.) Oburver thus ad monishes its romlo,rs : — 'Do not swoar. Tlicro is no occasion for it outsido of a print ing oillco. It is useful in proof-reading,' and indlsponBablo in gotting formes to press, and has also boon known to assist in looking over uiu i'tt|ivi (tiiui in in (iiiiituii, nub uuiui nuu it is ft very disgusting habit.' - lU, ' Jnmos,' Baid tho jowollor, ' arotheraany weddings to tako placo in tho neighbourhood soon ?' ' Thoro aro two coining off next wook,' Bald tho nBBlslnnt. ' Anil the jowollor sat down at onco and 'wroto an ordoi' for two dozon cruet stands, with tho privilcgo or ox changing twonty-two of thorn for so...

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"HOUSEY-MONEY." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

' 1TOUSEY-AIONJSY.' Tho .UIuo Coat Snlmol was onco nhlo to hooBttof aeolnnueof it.i mvn. Within tho bounds of tho hospital Ihu coin of tho realm was not current. How llio custom nroi.-n i* not clour. When u boy -uiinu to tins Kchonl with money in his pim.-o, Iho lirst thing bo had to do uoforo ho could mnko any pur chases of cakes, fruit, toys, and tho like, at tho ' tuck ' Bhop,' was to tfn to ono of Iho bcadlos who acted as moncy-chnniior, nnd oxchaiiKO his coppor, or silvor, or gold, for this ' housoy-mouey,' whiuh consistud ol copper jiiccos of nn octsiKonal slmpo.on which tliofr value was stmiipoil. Tlio curious coin ago has been nliolisliod, nnd tipocimons of it nro now ho rnro Hint few collectors aro fortu nato enough to possess any.— l.iiile Falke.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

iMITSBXC; X^VKX.X.IT^KXCX!. ? ?♦- ? [Mining malingers nro respectfully re- ' quested to 'forwnni their reports as early ns possible. Any items of news for insertion under this heading will be thankfully re ceived.]

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PENGUIN FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

PENGUIN FLOWER SHO.W, Tim third ivnutinl exhibition of the Penguin lloifcioulltiml Noddy was hold Iu tho T'own lin'U mi Wednesday Inst, anil ontho whole pasiicil off very successfully, Tho weather won simply perfect, ami n hotter day for thu occasion could l|ot have boon desired. Tin ?number ofoonipptltorrt wns fairly numerous, aud in Hoyom.1 clause's thu competition was keen, Although the1' exhibition lot out llowors wns good it was not up to former shows. This U accounted for by thu season being almost a month lute this your and owing to the very wet spring experienced. Tho fact of tho (how being n fortnight onrlier than usual no' doubt militated somowhat against the display. hi Hie cut flower section Mo.-srs. Webster Bros, wore to tlio fore, their exhibits of stocks, antirrhinums, phlox drumniondl, sweet pens, sweat Williams wero very good indeed. Their phloxes and swcot Williams wero specially Hue. Mrs. 0. .Tonkins secured Hie honours for pauslus witli a splendid collection of n...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [Bv Suh.vam.vu Cable.] (FltOJI OUll OWN. COIHtKSPONDENTS.) VICTORIA. Melhouiine, Friday. No cables have been received to-day owing to the Tchoran route being Interrupted. Ait action for £ 1000 i la lunges for alleged seduction of his daughter,* brought by Wil linm Whyte, blacksmith, against Jno. Henderson, a clerk, was concluded yesterday in the Supremo Oourt. According to his own showing, tho conduct of the defendant was most despicable and contemptible, nnd the jury returned n verdict for plaintiff for £!IOC). A satisfactory trial has taken place nt Fllnilcrs-strcct railway station of an inven tion, by which the opening nnd shutting of railway carriage doors is worked by tho gunnl. The slaughtermen are still on strike nnd there is no prospect of n conference. Owing to the nrrivnl of n number of non-unionists from Sydney masters nro nblo to supply cus tomers the saint ns before the strike. Amongst tho now measures to bo submitted to Parliament will bo n ' Loan A...

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, CltUllttaHiil to J'rerlmu 'Mynvmi^ v LONDON, Nov. 2i--* l'nrllnmeiil, which was prorogued on 18th August, re-assoiublod to-day, the .Address from the Throne being voted wlthOHtninoml-' inlmt. ??,-.. - Tlio Fronoh Tariff Committee have decided tomlvnnco tho duty on imported mutton to ?!I2 francs por hundred kilos, niul lmvu doubled .tho iluty on all tinned meats. A number of leading doctors in Austria — Including tilts- principal nuiinbum ot the pro fesnion — publicly discredit Dr.. Koch's con sumption euro. . ..Nov. 20... In tlio House of CommoiiB yoitonlny Mr, (Hailstone gnve nntico of motion to Introduce n bill to romovo tho disability of Roman Catholics lo tho vice-royalty of Ireland and L'himcellorshfp of Grent Britnlii. Jlr. Glndstouo hns written to Mr. .T.Morloy, his first, lieutenant, stilting that he (Mr. {Iliidstono) lini I informed Mr. Parnoll Mint liis present retention of the leadership of the Homo Rule Party wns disastrous iu the highest...

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

Nisiiett's Coffee Palaoe.— We wish to draw the attention of visitors to Wynynrd, nnd others, to tlio'ndvertiscment appearing elsewhere with referencu to the ubove com fortable coffee pnlace ut Wyuynrd. First-class accommodation is provided nt moderate charges, and the proprietor nlso announces that lnrgc sample rooms and good stnbling can bo obtained,

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

XEW SOUTH WALES. ? * . ? Sydnet,- Friday. Jnqucs Ibbott, the man who undertook to fnst 40 days hns now (Friday) accomplished ill ilnys of his self-imposed penance. Ho is getting very wenk, but will not touch food nnd Knys ho forgets what it is to have nn nppetitc. He continues to be the centre of nn eager crowd of sightseers. Summonses linvo been issued against llurge and Davison, who had a boxing match at the Sydney Athletic Club on Tuesday Inst. The cnno is n test one to show if the nffnir wns a prize fight. Payne, who shot himself at tho Theatre Royal last uight,is doing well at the hospital nnd ik quite conscious.

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

IIKUK IOUS SEH VICES. ' Tho following services will bo hold to morrow :— OtIVIlOH OP EKOIiAND. Bumic — Morning at ll,inftcrnoon !l (for children), eveningnt 7. 'J ' ' Somerset — Afteniodnnt 8. ' Vynynnl — Evening at '7. TWITED METHODIST lit BE OUUItCH. Burnie— ltev. W. H. Bowe nt 11 nnd 7. Stowport— Mr. Cole at 11. Romaine's Creek — Mr: Cole at !). Penguin— llev. W. H. Bowe nt 2.80, supply nt 7. Wynynnl — Rev. T. Ellis nt 1 1 mid 7. Flowenlnle— Rev. T. Kilis at ». Cnm-rond — Mr. l.nutrhnm nt !l. Mount Hicks— Mr. Dicker nt !l. P11I.MITIVE 'HKTIIODtHT. Burnie— Mr. Bnllnntyne at 11, Mr. Hllilor at 7,

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