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

gpuclnl AilvertlNomeMN. AUEEK'S flDAHMAU SCHOOL VJ KMU HAY. Tbinoipal :— J. HAMILTON 110YCE, Oertjiicnted Trained 'J'enclicr, Molbomno University j Ccrtlftcatcil Teacher, Drawing, Drill, Gymunstics. Senior Lady Assistant :— JIlBS S. do 11. JIOMBY, Certllicnted Trained Tencher| Junior Lady Assistant :— Miss M. Brown, Melbourne University. The course of instruction includes English In nil its limnetic*, Latin, French, Jinthc mntics, &c. Prospectus and terms on appli cation to the Principal. BJlXKOV VASullIEffllia'S LAXD, Xiniiteil. A. MUNCH of this Bank is NOW OPEN at BTJKN1E, Emu liny, under the manage ment 'of Mil. A. E. HAimisox. av. a. unowNE, ? Malinger. TP BANK OF AUSTRALASIA (Incorporated by Royal Charter 1835). CAPITAL PAID UP ... ... .?Cl,(i00,000. RESERVE FUND ? £800,000. Branches in London and throughout the Australian Colonies. AGENTS AJiL OVER THE WOULD. Last half-year's Bnlnncc Sheet shows— Deposits and other Lia bilities ... ... £10,152,201 M !l Coin Securities,...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

TASIPNIAN HEWS..',., ? ?» [By Eleotiuo Teleoiiapii.] (FROM OUR OWN COItllESPONDENT.) . - LA11ACESJOX. Friday Night.' The fancy dress juvenile ball given liy the Mayor nnd Mayoress (Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sutton) on Wednesday night, in the Exhi bition Building, wns n maguiliceut success. There were hundreds of children present, all attired in fancy costumes, mid the scene wns n 'particularly brilliant nnd pleasing one. All the ratepayers wero invited nnd were admitted into the building in batches, ns thcio were too many to bo accommodated nt nt one time. ' ? - ? A report hns been circulated tlmt an Im portant discovery of gold has been made at Benconslielil, but the exact locality has not been stated. '' The girl Mnlley.has been formally charged with the murder of her infant, and remanded for seven days. . i The Treasurer returned from Melbourne to-day after hnving attended the Postal Con ference. ? At the Northern Horticultural Society's Show to;dny the gold medal for the best collectio...

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THE YOUNG CADET; OR, THE Turns of Fortune's Wheel. CHAPTER XVII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

. - ? ? XII13 YOUNG CADET; on, tub Tlll'IlN Ol'l?Ol'tHll«'M WllCCl. BY tBEN. PERLKV 1'OORE. CHAPTER XVII. (Continued). In the struggle Clement snw advancing townrds them, in Iho dim light of tho morn ing, a green banner, one of the sacred ensigns of Mahomet. ' Forward — forward I' ho shouted, and soon was at the side of the Btandnrd bearer, who defended his trust with desporato vnlour. The conflict was of short duration, and Clement, with the captured stnndnrd in one hand nnd reeking sword bayonet in- tho other, rojoined his compnny, who received him with shouts of admira tion. il U\Y 1.1 IU L IU1HJH ^uiiiiunn xu it 1 11.1 iiiiuii i'i*j into the fortress, nnd tho deadly strife com menced, the chasseurs leading the van, with tho green flag just captured by Clement waving in their midst. To the wild shouts of conllict — tho crash, the din, the tumult of the fight — an irregular lire now ensued, as the Arabs retreated within the barracks of the citadel. Just then up galloped General do...

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

T) 0 T A TO M A K U ]l K H0XB13UST, GUANO, Delivered, carriage pnfd'to all Coast ports. Kstablished 2.1 yuare. A.A. GUANO COMPANY. Tiros. IfoGAitTir, Manager. ' Uiinltiore-slreet, Liiiuiceston. DRESSMAKING! DEESSBIAKIKG ! MRS.RIGGS 11KG8 TO ASXOUN0K THAT D11KSSMAK1N0 will be done nt tho Mount Ktreet Kmporlnm, Uumtc, under thu management of Jlrs. Ilontwright. Alllini5NTlCBrt&l5Uin0VKll8,WA.KTE13. hov^vood as» .lAaiajs' Sclei^t Cii'i'iilntiii^- I^iln'ar.y. Comprising all tho standard works of tho day. The host Fiction, History, Travel, Biography, kc NEW HOOKS KVBIIV KNOWS!! MAIL, Catalogue and terms of subscription gratis. Brisbane-street, Liumeeston. PLANTS BY MAIL, (Post Paid.) '/^I-IOICUST Varieties Cabbage, Brussels KJ .Sprouts, per 10', I/(i. Ditto Cauliflower, llrocoli, Lettuce, per 100, 2/. In great vnriety (ready shortly) I/, per dor.. 1115 IX T1MK. FIHSTCOJIK, KI11ST SERVED. , Webster IJros,, l»en -i» hi. NISBETT'S COFFEE PALACE, WYXYAKB. Firet-chiss Accommoiiatiou. *...

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NEW PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

NEW PRIMITIVE PTHODIST -!11I]K('1I. On Thursday afternoon the ceremony of laying memorial stones of thu new Primitive Methodist Churoh.to bo erected at Dnmieon tho site adjoining tlio present building passed off- with the greatest (success. Shortly before 8 o'clock' a large number of paoplu began to congregate- at tho scone of the ceremony, many coming from Penguin and other parts of tho Coast, and it is estimated that fully 450 persons were' present during the pro ceedings. The Penguin Brass Hand was also In ntfnmliuien mid nliivcd the several llVinuK in a really iirrit-eiasi manner, under tho leadership cf Mr. C. J. -Webster. 'A very _«..-. 'liberal display of bunting, kindly lent by Mr. J. 0. Taylor, helped to make the scene more attractive. Tho children belonging to the siniday schools oE the Primitive Methodist nml United Free Methodist Churches wore also present and rendered two or three hymns in a manner that rcllected the greatest credit upon their condnotor. Punctually at I...

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

[ When aro printers liable to tako cold } ? 'Whon thoy use damp shcots. . .. No bald-headed typo-sotlor was over con verted during thoily Boason, Yea, verily, tho lovo of a lly for a bald-headod man passeth understanding. It. S. TAYLOR & Co., ULVEltSTONE. XillIKl, XNtlltC, COlllUllHHiOM. ami Mlnlnir Ajrents. Fawns, Country, niul Town Lots for sale, and reliable information obtained concerning nil land ou tho North-West Const , . AUCTION SALis' CONDUCTED lEotulN. ' . ; ?WISEMCASr'S HAY VIEW HOTEL, HUJlNtE, EMU llAV, l'lrst-olass Accommodation for Travellers ami Commercial Gent lemon. Best Uhanub op Wines, Bpibitb, Etc., . Always in Stock. COACHES TO nu.il F110M L. & W. RAILWAY TEltMINUS DAILY. ., THOMAS WISEMAN, '' l'llOl'IlIETOIt. C O M M E 11 CIAL HOTEL, K SM. V .« A 3f. Cannot bo Excelled for Accommodation and Dent Brands of Liquors. ? ?Special arrangements made for THAVELLEHS uv the NialiT COACH. A. WHEELDON. Coiimicreiiil Travellers ASS VIIIIOHI TO THE FASIOUB MO...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday Saturday, November 20, 1890 [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 November 1890

VnWhht'il Jivcyy \\railne»iluy anil Sntitrilmj Saturday, Kovmrnmi so.isoo. Finn DiiiaADi:. — ^V publlo moating to consider various nmtters In connection with the lliiruio Fire Brigade was held in the committee room* of the Town-lmll, on Tlmiwlay night, Captain W. Jones occupying tho ohalr. .The ohnlruiuu stntcd that tho (liu engine, otc, given by tlio Derwcnt ami Tainnr Kiro lnsurauco Company would arrive hero on Monday next. Ho also stated tlmt tlio neoessory lioso had been purchased, upon his guaranteeing the pay ment of same,, and it would bo hero in n' few days, Tho notion of the chairman wns warmly approved of. Tho secretary was insirucicii 10 wruu iu Superintendent Normoylo for permission to use tlio stable nt tho police ofllco In which to keep tho ilro-onglno nnd reel. It wns niinoiinced that II r. J. Mylnii intended pre senting the brigade with it reel. A com mittee wns appointed to canvas for sub scriptions in aid of tho brigade. Tho secre tary wns Instructed, to ninkc nrrn...

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CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

COXNVMPVIOX, While Dr. Koeh's recent discovery for the curei'f consumption by Inoculation of prepared lymph If creating huoIi wide-spread amaze iiienl, the fnlliwiiig article from 'Tho Family I'hyslctun,' ns to the causes of con sumption, may bu of Inturest : — 'It Is n curious fact thnt butchers nro almost exempt frciiu kCoimimptlon.ri-K -.wo nimoinbor that thelr'sliops nro airy nnd upon, that thoy arc abundantly fed on' linlmnl food', nnd that from tlio early morning they am rapidly driving nhout in tliu open ulr, taking much exorcise mm living wuu, wo mum uu umu iu understand the influences which provent the necussof chest -affections. These conditions of open-nir exerclsu nnd high feeding are, In fnet, antagonistic to consumption. It must, not lie supposed Hint we arc timing all threat ened consumptives to become butchers, but their mode of life might bo imitated with advantage. Dust is one of thu commonest ciwiws of lung mischief. In innuy cases it Is not the only exciting caus...

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Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

SCnntiK'ci'N' lloitortN. Tilts Hcazlcwood Kilver-leiid .Mining Coiii pany Limited, 'November 2!) : — During thu past fortnight No. !l adit has been extended 28ft., milking its total length .12(!ft. The ground has been favourable for driving nnd the vein of ore improved in quality, yield, nnd average width for the fortnight of .''in. of good ore. A now tip has nlso been erected at the refuse heap.

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

ftHNI-XCI NI3W8. — : ? ♦? ? [Mining hianiiKors nro respool fully ru quostod to 'forward their imports hh eailyiiH possible. Any Items of news for Insertion under .this heading will bu Iliuiikfully ro culveil.'] ? . '. ; Mr. James ll.incook, manager of tho Argent mine, one of the nino clnlnis purchased liy Messrs, Wilson on buhalt of tho Kngllsh coni [liiny, and now known as tliu Tu«iimnl»ii silver-lend mliio, infpnns hs (/)//%. 'Me grirjih') that uniler tho enmpetunt supervision of Mr. Thoinan Klliott, tho gqnural innnngor, work nu tho various properties in being carried on with energy. Owing to tho pre sent machinery being Inadequate, operations hnvo bocn principally conlliicd to dead work, but suitable plant will probably be erected during the slimmer. Meanwhile the laying of tho t mm way Ih progressing mtls fnctorily nnd preparations nro being mnde for tho erection of smelters. In the course of n few months three or four hundred men will, it Is expected, ba employed j ut present ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

The first settlement made liy Europeans iu Canada wns In the year U.41 nt St. Crolx's Harbonr, by Jacques Cartlev.n French navi gator, who tailed up thu St. Lawrence. The French founded Qnabcc. In l«08, nftcr which numerous French colonists settled in.Lowcr Canada, near the St. Lawrence lUverv Cannibalism is said to have formerly pre vailed among ccrtnin tribes of aborigines of America. It is also believed by koiuo nrehieo loglxts thnt the Inhabitants of Knrope In the prehistoric stone period were to Rome extent cannibals,

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A GAS GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

A. CMS C«'U'JI'. Describing nn interview with M. Giffiinl,* the inventor of the wonderful GlfTnnI gns gun, which wns for the first time cxhlbtod in England at the hendquartei-H of the London Scottish ltiflo Volunlcers n few months ngo, the J'alt Mull Jtmhjrt of October 17 wij-k :— ' To the uninitiated the gun hanlly dllfeiy from any ordinary rifle, except that n small tough Btccl tube runs from the lock along the barrel for a distance of about Din. In this Insignilicant looking tube there is contained a liquid strong ns the strongest poisou, for n single drop of it is enough to send forth the death-dealing bullet. And this it accom plishes so silently, so entirely without out ivam and vistuic signs oi me inner wonting, lint If the Giffnrd gnu is ever adopted ns a veanon of war, the battles of the future will )0 as silent ns were the attacks of the savages vho knew of no other weapon than the prl uitivo bow and arrow.' M. Giffiml thus ?efcrred to his Invention : — ' I won't tellyou i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

( OUJlIvKOl VI . — : \ » ?? ? . - ? ? : There Is nothing to report of the produce market in addition to our remarks last issue. No transactions of any kind have come under our notice, and business is vory quiet. . ; Special Advertisement*. AHEElf'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL W ? EMU BAY. PRINCIPAL :— J. HAMILTON ROYCE, Certificated Trained Teacher, Melbourne University ; Certificated Teacher, Drawing, Drill, Gymnastics. ? Senior Lady Assistant :— MISS S. do B. Momby, Certificated Trained Teacher : Junior Lady Assistant : — Miss M. Brown, Melbourne University. : 'The course of instruction includes English in all Its branches, Latin, French, Mathe matics, &c. Prospectus and terms on appli cation to the Principal. JtAJYK Ori.VAXnIUEMES'S XiA.3TI»,1X.lmitc-il. A BRANCH of this Bank Is NOW OPEN at BURNIE, Emu Bay, under the manage ment of Mil. A. E. HARRISON. W. G. BROWNE, : Manager. AJkNtrnct of SuleM Uy Auction. : Friday, December, b. William Jones.— At Ulverstone. Show Stock Sale. Awwei'K...

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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

TASSfANIAN NEWS. i [BT EliEOTMO TtSbKOllAPII.] (P1IOM OUK OWN CORRESPONDENT.) LAUNCESTON. .. i-. .1, .,. ....Tucsdav Nlaht. , ' 'Tho ahlklreii who attended ' the ? Teccnt juvenile bull given'- by the 'Mayor nnd ? MnyoreBS intond mnklng n presentnllon of »flvcr pinto to Mrs* Suttou iiv commemorn ? tion of tliu successful event. A citlxciiH ? complimentary bull is tobo tendered to Mr. mid lire. Button on December 17. A public 'meeting is being hold to-night to consider the desirableness of dividing tho city into wnrdH. ?' The movement . in not ? generally favoured. ? At the lire brigndc contest to be hold hero on New Year's Day tcmiiH from Victorin, ?Sydney, Hobart, and Latrobc are expected to compete nnd tho content in expected to be tho bent yet held in Tasmania. MrVR.'H. Wallace, who hus booh engaged bjP'-tho' Government, from Victorin, will delivet'nn Agricultural Lecture .it Wynynnl on. Tuesday, December 0, nnd nt Ulvcrntonc on Monday the 8th. ??The next English miiil closes hero...

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THE BIRD IN THE APPLE TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

THE BIRD IN THE APPLE TREE. My neighbour is a fruit-grower, nnd tho moment ho catches sight of a bird in ono of his trcos ho wants to got his gun and Bhoot it. Lilto most of his class lio is dreadfully suspicious of the poor birds, nnd thinks their ono object in lifo is to rob him. I do not deny that somo of thorn do a groat deal of mischief nt times, but thon thoy do a much greater amount of good at other times. Ono day I was in my neighbour's garden, and wo saw a sparrow busy on a branch low down, 'Now,' said ray friend, 'letino convinco you. That bird has boon nnnltinff nnrl rmnilinrr enmn nf mv linnet nn. pics, and I will bIiow you tho marks of his wicked bonk.' 'Lot mo convince you,' said I, 'Hint yonder bird is your. .good friend!' Wo walked up to tho trco, and tbo bird, oi course, How away. ' Thoro,' said I, ' hollas a grub in his bill.' ' Nonsonso 1' said my friend, ' it was a pioco of apple.' We examined each of tho apples along that branch, and could find no trace of boakm...

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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. CHIPPEREE, CHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

CHILDREN'S COLUMN. aniPEEitErc, ohip, I know nn old oouplo that lived In a wood— Ohipporuo, ohippmco, ohip I And up in a trootop tholr dwelling it Blood— Ohlpporoo, ohlpporoo, ohip 1 Tho .suinmor it came, and tho sumnior it wont — ? ? Ohlpporco, ohlpporoo, ohip | ' And thoro they lived on, nnd thoy nevor paid ront — Ohipporoo, ohlpporoo, ohip I Tholr parlour was llnod with tho softest ol wool — Chlpporoo, ohipporoo, ohip | Their kitchon was warm, and thoir pantry wns full — Ohippcroo, ohippoioo, ohip I And four littlo babies pooped out at tlio skv — ' Ohipporoo, ohlpporoo, ohip I You novor saw darlings so protty anil shy — Ohipporco, chipporco, ohip 1 Now winter oamo on with its frost and its snow— Chipporco, chipporco, ohip I Thoy cared not a bit when thoy heard tho wind blow — Ohipporoo, ohipporco, ohip I For wrapped in their furs, thoy nil lay down to Bleep — Ohipporco, ohlppcrco, chip I But, oh, in tho spring, how thoir bright oyos will poop I — Clupporoo, chipporco, ohip I —Chi...

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. THE PARNELLO-O'SHEA DIFFICULTY. LONDON, DEC. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, ~ J fBT HUDMAllINK pABIjE.,1 , ., , (Per Reuteh's Aoenot.) ,,-,,.( THE PARNELL^'o'SHEA1 ' piFFIOaLTY. 1 ?'-'*:.'?;'' ;- *'*?'?/ ?'.;,''? LONDON, 'Deo. 1, ?Mr. Gladstone lms issued a brief mani festo in reply to that Issued by Mr. Parnoli, hi' which ho dbnlcs the' nabu'rhoy' of Mr, ? Parnell's record of wlint took pluco at' Hnr- wardon between thorn. ' : ,- ''.'.?' It is reported that Mr, Pnnioll Iid'b Bent an ultimatum to' Jtr, Gladstone in which he threatens to rovcnl tho' oxaot relations bo tweenhis party and Mr. Gladstone, unices Mr. Gladstone admits tho accuracy of his (Mr. ParneU'H) mauisfesto In relation to the Intervlow botweon them. ' / ' '? ' ??' ; '?' ?' '' Dccembor 2. An adjourned ' meeting of the Irish party will bo hold in London this: afternoon, when the question of Mr. PariioU's retention of the . leadership Svlll 'bo finally disciusBed. ? , , i The. text of a counter manifesto issued by Messrs. .Dillon, O'Brien, and other American mem...

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WYNYARD NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

WYNYAP NOTES, (I'lMISt OOIl OWN OOIIH'KSPONDENT.) On Siitn'nhiy lost tho lltirnio cricketer* journeyed to Wynynnl; to try conclusions with tho local eleven. The wcltthor wns 'very iiiuolr ngnliist a1 really good display of cricket, being extremely showery, some of the squalls being very liunvy. However, nt times the mm Hlioue forth pleasantly enough, and nil things conHtdcreil tho nmtch was fought out under fairly favourable conditions. A very good wicket had been prepared, nnil as matting was Used it played very ntcoly. Tho result of tho nmteli enmo rather us n HiirprlHo to many local people, who, although they fully expected tho Capo team to do fairly well, hardly dared hope for victory, md coitnlnly never expected such n pro louueed defeat ns that inflicted on tho visit ng team. Tlio result of tliu mntch wns :— ruble Cnpe— First innings, M0. Biirnle — ''irst innings, 24 j secohd, 4(1 j thus leaving ho locals victors liy an hillings nnd 70 runs, for the winners Ferguson, Clough,Bm...

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THE YOUNG CADET; OR, THE Turns of Fortune's Wheel. CHAPTER XVIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

YOUNG CADET; ' un, Tin; 'EllVllN 4lt*l-'«»l-tllll4)'M WllUttl. lfEN. 1'EBLEY POOnE. ? » OirAPTKll XVIII. fCoiilinuod'). ' AVho wnB your visitor /' nsked llm Spencer, sweeping mnjcstlcally into tlio room. 'Pshnwl I smell tobacco smoku, How can you suffer such conduct in my drawing-room ?' - The troubled lnmband stammered out mi niiology, but all that night his mind was ill at case His troubled Imagination peopled tho silence of his chamber, ns though the memories of tho past could assume an nctunl existence, and ho determined to have the troublesome Pike removed, whatever might ' bo the cost, Had he dared, ho would have hired htm to be aBsnesinatcd ; as it was, lie determined to use gold instead of steel. The next day, Pike and Meredith Egnn emerged from that rotten coro of Now York's heart — tho Five Points, and wore lounging along the sido-wnlk in front of the arsenal, when the rich merchant drove up. ' What I' was his exclamation, when they jqipronclicil tho door of the carriage, ...

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LONDON, Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

:.'..,. '.'...]?' LONDON,. NoVj, 29. ( C Additional to Pretlout TelctiramtX' ,It .is considered .likely that Dr. Koch -will deliver a lecture before the British Medical Institute oir December 8 on the subject of his specific for consumption. ' A meeting of the shareholders in the Tan lnuninn Main Lino Railway Company has been held, and it was resolved thnt tho Company; having disposed of the lino to the -Tasmauiaii Government should be wound up voluntarily.- -, ? - ; ; A teirible disaster has occurred nmongnt inu iwnurmuii ul xiuTinnii. ocvt:ui.y.n»iung smacks were wrecked off the coast near Ofotcnfjord, over 100 of the fishermen being drowned, nnd many of those who escaped to the const nre starving. Rescue parties have not yet been able to reach the survivors in conscqucnc c of the henvy sen breaking oil the coast. ; The committee who instigated tho prose cution of the Right Rev. Edward King, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln, for Ritualism, have resolved to appeal against the decision of th...

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