ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural ... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 36,707 items from Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
36,707 results
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, , [By Submarine OadiiE,] PR6M OUR OWNiOOnRKSPOSDENTS.) VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. Three slaughtermen wore before the Flcm Ington Court to-day, charged under tho Em ? ployers' and Employes' Act, with absence from service during the term of their con trac,t Tho counsel for the prosecution said there was no desire to send the men to prison, and the defendants' solicitor Bald the men regretted breaking the law. The caso win struck out. When granting nit adjournment of the hearing of the Premier Permanent Building Society cases, at 4 o'clock, on Saturday last, In response to a request of two of the Jurors, to enable them to nttend to their nrlvntn . affairs, tho Chief Jiistico said that this was one of the most historical trials In. the .: world, and it ccrtnlnly wns tho greatest trial In the colonies. Every moment was of ? tho utmost importance, nnd as the expenso of the country and to tho partlon interested wns also very heavy, ho could not accede to the ocquest ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

SHIPPING. 'AllIUVED. \ ' Novombor 110,— Fllndors, b.s,, 018 tons, J. V, Bontloy, from Hlolbourno. Pnssongors — saloon :— Mosdnmcs Harvoy mid infant, Lid dlc, l''ngnn, nnd Ourmn | Misses Hull, Llddlo, Waters, and Stephens ; Messrs. Swim, Ohuni bors, Onrtor, Pliilp, Davis, Moon, Young, Konmoro.anil Kort ; nnd 82 in tlio stoomgo. Novombor 2!).— Horborl, ».»., 1H!- tons, G. Tntt, f rom Launccston. ? Deoorabov 1.— Star, s.s., HI tons, W. Holy man, iun., from Laimccston and Oonst ports. SAILED. Novombor 20.— Herbert, s.s., 11)0 tons, G. Tnlt, for Mncqiinrlo Harbour. Novombor »0.— Flinders, s.s., 018 tons, J. V. Bentley, for Davonport and Lauuccston. Deeombor 1.— Star, s.s., 10 tons, W. Holy Tho Flinders arrived from Melbourne on Sunday last, at 10.80 a.m. Captain Bentley reports having left Melbourne at 1.10 p.m. on Saturday, and cleared l'ort Phillip UciuIb nt 5.25 p.m., arriving as above. Experienced strong S.W. galo with terrille squalls and a vory high sea across the Strai ts. The Fli...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Fun and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

Fun and Fancy. Solomon was tho first man who wanted to 'mil the heir in the middlo. 'Now, sir, who was nrosont whon tbo prisoner boxed your ears ?' ' I was, sir.' Mrs. A.: 'What black oyos that baby Iui3 1' Mrs. B. ! ' Yos, his father is a pugilist.' ' Is your cat intelligent ?' ' I should say so. Slio hoard mo toll my cook to have rab bit stew for lunch, and slio hasn't been Been bIiico I' ? ..-.., A man sent 5s. to a London firm for 'an easy way to get rid of old debtB.' In return no rocoivou tlio astonislilng advico, 'Pay; them.' ..?'?; Miss Vinegar (pointedly) : ' None but tho iriwo, Mr. Hiiro, - doBorvo tlio fair.' Mr.' Hnro: 'None but tho bravo can livo with Eomo of (hem.' Ambitious wifo : ' -ry dear, all tho peoplb n our set nro going away for tho summor.' irutal husband: 'Good I Then they won't ltnow wo aro at homo.' 'Yos, an agnostic is ono thnt noithor afllrms nor denies, as you sny. That is to say, ho doesn't iilVnni thnt you know anything, and doesn't deny thnt ho knows ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday.       A report from Albury states that a rabbit drive took place at Tupra Station this week,   and four men succeeded in yarding 9800 rabbits in one day.  

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

jtllNCUlltineoHN. ? Tlie 'KiIcciimIiik- Act, 1 **!».' ?'VfOTICE is hereby given that in pnnmnncc -^ of Section 78 of the above-named Jet, I, Thomas James Cbisf, of Burnie, in Tas mania, Solicitor, ns nttorncy for Jessk Josiau Jurr, did on the nineteenth day of November last tdeposit with tho Clerk of the Pence for tho District of Emu Bay the prescribed plans of a house sltuatont thirteen miles from Wnratah, on tho road to Corinnn, nnd intended to bo known ns the liellton Hotel, for which the snld Jesse Josiaii Jurr intends to apply for n License nt the next Quarterly Meeting of the Licensing Bench for the District of Emu Bay. Dated this second day of December, 18!tO, THOS. J. CttlSV, Attorney for tho said Jesse Josiaii Jupp. ,', CIIAIil/E-ffO'E. I ARTHUR 13. KING, of Boat Harbour, ? do hereby challenge to chop any man In, the vicinity of Black River and South Read, through any size standing block, from 2ft, to 8ft. in diameter, for any sum from £5 to £20, the match to take plnce nt ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CURLY-LOCKS' PETS. First Child! [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

CURLY-LOOKS' PETS. Vint flh tM. ? I Jurly-looks, Curly-locks, now toll mo true, What do you love, what is precious to you ? Toll mo your pets, for I know you'vo a host, And I'll toll you most suroly tho ono you lovo most. Second Child: Bright -eyes, doar Bright - eyes, a kitten havo I, As protty a kit as you over did spy ; And I'vo a doggio— a littlo whito pup That kisses my faco when I gather it up. First Child ? ? Curly-looks, Curly-looks, still I am sure, You'vo a dear littlo pot that you trcasuro yet more. Second Child: I havo a lamb that ;b fleecy and whito, And deal; littlo bunnies — a beautiful Bight ; - Then I havo guinea-pigs, peacocks, and fowls, And undo has sent mo two tiny tamo owls I First Child : Curly-looks, Curly-looks, toll mo the rost — You'vo a dear littlo trcasuro that you love far tho boat. Second C/iiM : Why, I'vo a pony— so dappled and brown, I rido him so gaily by meadow and town ; Then my protty Poll parrot is friondly and nice, And I lovo my canaries nnd l...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

l'nhllthed Henry Wed-iieulay ami Saturday WtiDXMSlWAY, DUOUMlIMll 3, 1S00, Tub outcome ol tho PnrncUO'Shen Gladstono trouble Is causing considerable speculation in tho minds of all who are in terested in Imperial politics. Although ho still retains tho confidence of the Irish press and the National League, wo have no doubt that Mr. Pnrnell will yet hnvo to resign his position as the leadorof the Homo Rulo party In deference to tho feeling that has been aroused iii England, And, whatever may be the result of the, embroilment, it cannot be denied that dissensions have been intro duced into the Home Rule party, that will in all probability cause trouble during the present session, and may lend to a serious split in the ranks, or the formation of another party, with results that cannot at present be anticipated. We liavo no desire to defend or assail tho conduct of Mr. Paracll, which was the cause of tho present estrangement. Ho must have been fully aware from pre vious episodes in poli...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY SCENE IN A THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

HXlRAOHDlfAllT 8C£IE ' iKAIHEAIBI. , ' - . , , '? ? ? ? '—— A telegram in our' last issue stnted that the innn l'nync, who shot himself inn thentro nt Sydney was doing well in the* hospital. Tlie following aro tlio pnrticulnrs of the ex traordinary event :— A most sensntionnl scene wns witnessed on Thursday night nt tho Theatre Royal, Sydney, during the performance of ' Hero and Leandcr by the rotter-Bellow Company. Thn'Mirtatnluul fnllen on the first act, nnd Mrs. Pottcrand Mr. Bellow, nftcr responding ?ton double recall, were bowing themselves off the stage, when n senmnn dressed in n man-of-war suit sprang on to the stage, and, standing between the curtain nnd the fool lights, drew a revolver nnd shot himself in thot;i»bdomciil' He fell ??- forward heavily, breaking one of the electric foot-lamps as he enmo down. The wildest excitement nt once prevailed. The women screamed, nnd some of them had to be carried out in n fainting condition, ilr. Bellow hurried Mrs. Potter off the sta...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

Thomas Hilder, -?iener.il StoreUcener aiitt '-Trader, Ittvcr Cam. A COMPLETE Stock of GoodB adapted XJl to local requirements always on huiiil lit lowest prices. Agent for Hobbs, Vieevieh nnil Co., Sawmill Proprietors, Itiver Citin. DEESSMAKING! DRESSMAKING ! IMIIRiB. IRXGKS-S BEOS TO ANNOUNCE THAT DltESSMAKING will be done tit the Mount Street Emporium, Burnic, miller the mnnngemont of Mrs. llontwrlght. APPItENTlCES & 1MPB0VE11S WANTED. T) 0 1' A T 0 M A N U 11 13 BONEDUST, GUANO, Delivered enrringu piiid to nil Coast ports. Established 2r- years, A.A. GUANO COMPANY. Titos. HoOAiiTii, Mmingor. Cimitlere-strect; Lnuiicestoii. ?virniairT mui kdwauds limited. Neglstuied Ollleu: 101 Little Iloiirko'strool woiil, -Mulboiuiio. Oiipltnl, XI 2'i,')IH). lilMWu pulil up lo Ul. 72,1100 imIiI up to 12k. lid. DlUUUl'OHS. ',. Kon. Sir llenjiimtii Duiijnmlii, K.B,, M.L.O., clmli limn. Stnnfoid Clmpnian, Em|., of Vligoo, Hon anil Chapman. .rolm Jl'intyro,' Eki|,, M.L.A. Henry Mooks,! Esq.,...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

. , How to ascertain when a tall man is 'short— Try to borrow £5 of him. The question was once discussed of— ' Which is the best way to keep girls on the farm ?' Abucolic member suggested a ? barbed wire fence Oft. high, with no gate IKOtttlN. ?WJtSEMUI'S 15 AY VIEW HOTEL, BuJwcik, Ksiu Hay. ?Mrst-dnss Aocoinnindntfon ' for Trovclloni nml Commercial Gentlemen. BUST DllAKDH 01' WlNKB, Sl'lllITB, KTO., Alwnjs in Stock JOAOIIKB TO nnd VBOM Ii. & W. HAILWAY 'J'UltMINUS DAILY, 'JJIOArAS WIH13MAX, l'llOl'JlIETOIt. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, 13 M 1J IB A. X. ,'imnot be Excelleil for Acconiinodntlou nnd Hest limnds o£ Liquors. Special hrrniigcmcnts mndc for ?BAYKIiLKllB , by this KIGHT COACH. A-^HEELDON. Coiiinicrciii 1 Travellers A. TX » yiH IV O It H , ' TO THE FAMOUS MOUNT lirSOHOKF TIN MINK ire iiiforincd that the Best Accommodation iLFOP'S BISci(OFF PTEL, Where Even- Attention i« pnid to visitors nml their requirement* IKST IiH(l'OS{S OXIiV IV STOCK. 11.W AWOItl), I'tojirletor. W A, R A...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 3 December 1890

OOpiCBRY. ! Jusibmb.— Tin do cupfulB of sugar,' two of butter, five oC flour, ono ogg, half a tea, flpoonfiil of BOiln, flavour to tasto. lloll thin, spriiililo iwith Biigar, out in round cakes, in id roinovu n small pieco from tho contra of ouuh, JJaku in u quick ovun AitUGit Puddino.— Lino a ilinli with Bonio good pnatry, tlion till it with tlio following mixtiliu — Six tuit upplos, stowcil ina covered saiicopan for throe quai-tora of mi: hour, tlio juico ami rind of one lemon, two tablcspoonfiils of buttoi, nnd font table-spoonfuls of wator. Rub tnroiign.a.coiaiuicr, mm turn ono oiipnu ot fiiiyai nml tlio jolka of tlnoo well ULatou eggs, llako for half an hour, Suit Pudmnci — Sift togothoi throo cuiifuls of flolir, two laigo tuutpoonfuls of baking powdoi, ono tuaspouuful of salt, and a liltlu round otovos uud. cimmtuon. Add tworcupfuls of liuoly-ohopped uuot, '-'ihieoquniteis of a cupful of Hyiup or ::iohis.si.s, tun well buatuu ogga and onough milk to hmko rather a atifl' puddin...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WYNYARD NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890

WYNYARD PTEST7 (intojr oirn own ooiinissi'ONnuNT.) The anniversary sorvloos In conneollon with tho United Mothodlal Vivo ;Ohiiroh will bo hold on Sunday noxl, Tlio.llov.ti. Jfny will proaoh both morn Ing nnd ovonlng. A loa nml pnbllo nioutlnu will bu liohlon TucHday next. Addresses will bu delivered at tho meatlngi nnd musical 'selections will nlso bo rendered. At tho polioo court on Thumlny lasl n hiy named Philip Gooilchlld, ugod 10 yoni-B, whese mother Is dead, nml his futlior liiis ' imrui iuii iiiiiif Wjin Uitiiij^ui, uuuiiu mi. i.*-,-*~ -. Olinpumii, S.M., ami sent to tho Hoys' Homo for seven yoirs. : ? The ninn Johnson, who met with an acci dent on the breakwater n Kliort tlmo.bnolc, wns forwarded to Lnuuceston by tho last trip of the s.s. Star. i ?? : Tho Court of ltcrrnests sittlngn on -Thurs- day wore of rather longer ilurstllon than those o£ some months past, nnd soinawhat rcmlmlcd one of some nf our cclcbm-tcil sittliigs a' year or so ago, when certain Flowcrdula cases o...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PITH. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890

I»ITH. ;? (By tub Wasp). 'There is musik in the noonday brito, There is musik In the dim twilite, There is musik in the tolluni nitc, , . , There is musik everywhere.' I don't mean huythln sarknstik when I say musik, 1 mean to flutter, Tlmts jiist it ; for when n man. flatters he don't want pcoplo to think ho is snrknstlkatin. These remarks is called forth by hciirlu so - many hnrmomu sounds which is made' by, the band fellurs. They are grafting vary Irani to be in time to play In publlk at Krismns time. More power to 'cm. , ?'; ? .-' .:.«?'? ? ? * I'm wlllin to take 17 half krowns to 1 and back the rnlcway. from Warritar'to tho Silver feelds.' Wo'll .have it, sure cnuu- Mr. Sliennl lias been tolled to make a survie, and he'll do it, yon bet,' and bo only too glnd1 I kno. When tho Guvment makes the lino thru, Burnio will put ou a new suto of cloze and get married, then go out for a liunnia moon. Then it will come homo ngin'and settle down to deal and bild and do grate biznis. Buinie...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ANNUAL LEVEN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890

ANNUAL LEYEN SHOW, Tho oloruntlt nmiuivl show unilcr tlm man ngomont of tho Ulvorstouo Fnrniors' Club washout nt tho show-yards, Ulveiilone, on Thursday lnnt, and passed oil voiy success fully. . Too weather wns- perfection, mul thu nttciulanco wns much larger than, at nny previous show,' it being ctiUnmtcd. that about 2000 luinons wore oir tho ground,;, Tlio'ex toiifilou 'of tho Wcblom Railway to Ulvor stone tended to considerably Inerciiso tho attendance, us ninny persons wero eimbled to travel by rail who othorwlso would not huvo boon prcsout. Spcclnl tmins were run to and from Lnunceston, mid wore llbomUy patron ised. Considerable improvements hhve been made to tho Dhow-ground since last year, nlmost all the timber on tho northern end having been removed nt a cost of about £85. Further Improvements nro contemplated (luring tho coming yenr, imd in n very fow yearn tho Fanners' Club hopo to hnvo a show ground equnl to any pit tho coast. Tho Loven Brass Bnnrt, under the leadership ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ' Adelaide. Frldav. A man apparently suffering from religions'' mnnin v-ns smtencod to one months imprisou- ' mont to-ilay for stonUm? a baby from a back yard, and after, stripping It carrying it about naked while ho sung hymn» ?,

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890

XEW SOUTH WALES. SrDNur. Fridar. Ihe^days fast wns concluded on AVed- ? nesdiiy night by the man Jaqnes Ibbott, amidst great excitement. He appears to bo well. -??A glove contest cnie was before the police court again to-day, but was further ad journed. Three young women nnd a man wore com mitted for trial to-day for murderously assaulting a fruit vendor in AVoolioomooloo.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE BOY WHO "CAN'T." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890

THE BOY 'WHO ' OANT!^ ' He Is no particular friend of min^ifaiif boy'wlid 'oan't,' and I don't kmam'rmj . much about him ; »nd, moreow, nh*t I do know is not at all to hin credit. Jjti ma tell you, little folks, iutt » very little about thii young gentleman. Tho other d»y — but stay ; first of all I ought to tell you Manama. It is Jim. Now, then, to prooeed. The other day I heard a little dialogue between Jimtnd his mother, which, perhaps you may like mt to ropcat. Here it is :— ' Jimmy, dear, will you please get in ? scuttle of coal for raothet before you start for school this afternoon t' ' Oh, mother, I can't. I shall be lute, and, oh, well— I can't.' And off Jimmy r»n, and iue poor urea mother lienelf bad to fetch in the coal that made the nre it vhloh Jim warmed his hands when he came home to tea. That wasn't much to hi» credit, mi it! Not long ago Jim had a faalfholidiy, and ho meant to have a fine tima on the green, kito flying. As he waa getting ready to start, his little ba...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [Bv Suhmauini: 0ABi,n.] (l'KOM OUIt OWN OOimRSl-ONDENTS.) VICTORIA. MBLiiounsc, Friday.' 1 his afternoon tho thermometer registered 8'J degrees in the shade nud 141 in the sun; The Federal Council will sit in Hoburl on January 20. Felix Tanner, tho fasting man, is now in his eleventh day. Ho was specially ex ninini.il last night by two doctors. Tanner lias lost H.Ull. Ill UVwliK I kvi Im-linil III 'flin thighs, and f here is a general loss iu other uicasuremcnts. - - ' The Ballnmt Cup was run to-day nt Dallnrat. Lovintlmn was first, 'Sinccuru second, nud AVattle third. . At the Sandhurst n^size court to-day IJcrnian, tho dofaulting Building Society secretary, pleaded guilty to tho chnrge of ora bezzlement and wns remanded f or ficiitbncei

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
On the Stage. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890

0b to* tftifft. Bt Bum Whklib Waeem' tn the rosy light of my day's fair mcm!ag, Ere ever a storm-cloud darkened the mm Sro over a shadow of night gave waminfr. When life seemed only a pleawnt (ruest, tVhy, then, nil humor and comedy icornuf, I lilted high tragedy beat. fliked the challenge, the fierce-fought duel. With a death or a nartitiK in ever? act : [ likod the villain to be more cruel Than the basest villain could be, in fact, For it fed the fires of my mind with fuel With the things that my life lacked. But, as time passed on and I met real sorrow, And she played at night on the stage of my '? heart, . ? - t found that I could not forget on the morrow Tho pain I had felt in his tngio art j And, alas 1 no longer I wished to borrow My grief from the actor's part, And, as life growj older, and therefore sadder, (Yet sweeter, ma be, in its autumn haze), [ find more pleasure in watching the gladder, , , The lighter ordor of humorous plays, Where the mirth ia aa mad, or maybe madd...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LONDON, DEC. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890

LONDON, DEO. 1. (Aihlittonal In Precious Tdcgramt). , Tlioniljouincd meeting of the lijsh party, called to consider the dispute between Messrs Gladstone and raruell, was hold this after noon, when the question of the leadership of the party was discussed at great length. Tho ! mooting was private, but tho result of it has been that Mr. Pnruoll has addressed a' message to tlie people of Ireland, ill which he' KhWns timl. 1m will Kirlif. nnf flin linttin In flin' .bltterond. .. : - .- , ? : ;- -? ?-'?/-': '; ? Mr. l'arnoll, who occupied the chair, made a violent speech at the closo of tho'mccting,; iu which he vehemently denounced his oppo nents. He stated that he distinctly refused' to retire from the leadership of tho party at' the dictation of a caucus. He had, lie said, received his mandate from the Irish people, ? hud from the Irish people alone would ho take Ills dismissal. : i ii.'i ---i( The steamship, .Victoria's cargo of New/ South, AVales butter has been landed in ex- . ccl...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x