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JOTTINGS BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

.TOTXM^«S JIY THE WAY. By KonivAssiEit. Oicoro onco wrote ; — SI rem nullam habrtis quint in buncam venerlt toribito, which roughly translated means — 'If you have no serious biislnes to mention, write whatever comes Into your head.' It is not my intention, however, in these notes to enter vory deop into serious business, but I hope from time to time to furnish my readers with short pithy articles ou subjects wliich will not only interest, but also instruct and amuse. Without further apology, therefore, I mnko my bow to tho readers of The Wellington Times, and proceed to business. It has been placed on record that a certain old lady who had spent the wholo of her life in the country was onoo tempted to visit a largo manufacturing city, and spend a fuw weeks witli some of her relations there. It was just about the time when tho first loco motives were being built, nnd when the iron network w-hieh how traverses the United Kingdom in every direction was commencing to put forth its sinu...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

9Iiuiairei-M' XlciiortM. Godkin Extended (Whyto River), Septem ber 27. — During tho past week I have driven along the No. 2 lodci(Blciulc) Oft., which has produced 20 tons of first-class oro making n total of 2o) tons. This has been obtained bv two men. I am now engaged in opening out on tho opposite side so that I will not have to disturb the air pipes after they arc in position. I have let a 'contract to drive tho main adit fifty feet, or when the lode is cut to contract to cease ; the face is now squared off for the contractors. The turn-table is made, nnd all ready to place in position, and work of making the nlr pines will be pushed on during tho coming week. ?Washington (Whyte River) September 27 — During tho past fortnight tho main adit has been extended 8ft. Total length 146ft. The cross-cut hns boon extended lltft. ' Total length 100ft. The measurement ia not up to lost fortnight as 1 have been short-handed.

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

Xo Curri'SitosBrti'Eif.s. Correspondence is invited upon all matters of public interest. All communications, accompanied by tho nnnio of the writer (not necessai-ilv for publication), should be addressed' to the Editor of ']%? H'rllini/ton 'J'har*. AH business communications should be addressed to Harris and Co.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

'?ilivoiiTWti; 11 A' football ?* match ?will- tnko' plaeo; nf. Buriile this iiftorndoii between tho Biirnio and Ridgloy olubs :— The following playem luivo beoji chosen to ropresont lliirnlo : — MuRHrs. t, wingmvo, iv. uinrno, iviuimi, n. Mollisoni A. Wisomaii, It. Jonus,' 11. Dowllntr,, Powoll, llnyloy, W, Evans, Honnolt, W., Wilson, J. Mnlllson, \V. Wisomnii, a. Kpots woral, 11. 1 Jones, W: Molllson, F. W. Wulls,, J.^VIsenmn,- jiin. Pliy will eommonoo nt; lmlf.paHl 2 o'clock Blinip. ' , Wu are informed that the members of tho; Burnlo Orloket Club will Innugnrnto their, KenKon by n prnotlco on Mr. Dowllng'B jiro perly, fnolng tho West' Bench, this nftor 1IOOII. ' ??' ?:.???' I , Mr. E, Goldsinith of Wnrntnh hns n; straight-out book on the Melbourne Cup, nnd Is prepared to lay Mollmiirno prices.' ? , The Spring Moot of tho Tnsninninn Racing; Club will be held nt Elwick on Saturday, November 20, nnd tho following is the pro gramme :— Hurdle Handicap of 50 sovs., T.R.O. Darby of 100 s...

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CORRESPONDENCE. SOMERSET STATE SCHOOL. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

COlUIJiiSPOMIMSawiS. NOiiioor,. fTO THE EDITOIt.) ' hilt, — Allow mo to correct an error appear ing in your last Issuu, n thu Homei-sol State School. You say, ' Tho school was erected many years ago by tho ratiiluiit* on ground ff/cott by Mr. Wragg jV such .Is not tho ease. The. building was oreotod by Mr. Wragg unaiili'd, except lo the amount of nbont £!- (from personal friends who expressed a wish to assist), in the year 18(1!) or 1801, oil ///* ohm hind, as n place ot worship; Some time afterwards it was. used by Mm. AVmgg as a private school, anil subsequently in 1805, upon the application of thu resi dents, It was opened as a public school, and tho Hoard of Education paid, ami' still pay Mm. Wragg rent for tho uso of it. Wlion tho building wns first created thero wns not the least idea of its ever developing into a school of any description, but was Bololy for tho attendance of mombors of tlio Church of Knglund. By inserting the above you will oblige. Yours etc., A Hesident. .S...

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A VALUABLE MANUSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

' Scotchmen nil over the world will rcjolco to learn that tho original manuscript of their national war song, which but a few days ngo wns on tho point of expatriation, has not been permitted to quit the Land of Cakes for n foreign shore, and is at tho present moment in tho possession of the ancient city of Edin burgh (says tho London Daily. 'Mcnraiih}. Tho masterpiece of passionate patriotism and martini exhortation popularly known an ' Scots wha hao' — a happy combination of poetical mid musical inspiration which has been aptly described as 'immortal verse wedded to undying BtrninB.' — is as familiar to ovory native of Cnlcdonin as is ' Hide Britannia ' to Englishmen of the Victorian age, or ' La Mar eillaieo ' to Frenchmen of the Third Republic, it stands first nnd fore most in every printed repertory of Scottish song ; it never phlls upon tho enr of n true born Scotsman ; there is no fear that its popularity will ever wane in the country to which the vnlinnt mid ohivnlrous 'Will...

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REMARKABLE BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. £10,000 DAMAGES ALLOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

Ol' l'ilOMIMI! CANX, £10,000 DAMAGES AliLOWBD. The Melbourne ^l rgut publishes the follow ing account of n remarkable breach of promise enso forwarded by their London correspondent on August IB : — A remarkable breach of nroinlsc enso was tried nt tho Lewes Assizes on 10th nnd 12th of August, before Baron Huddleston. Miss Gladys Knowlcs, n young lady of 21, con nected with the family of Sir Francis Knowlcs, claimed £25,000 from Mr. Leslie Duncan, the proprietor mid editor of the Matrimonial A'rim. The defendant's age was stated at ll.'l. Mr. Willis, in opening tho case, said that in March the plaintiff wrote to the defendnnt for a copy of the Matri monial i\~nt-x. One was sent her with an intimation that if she liked to meet the editor an appointment could bo mnde. She called on the same day and saw tho defendant, who said, ' I suppose you want a husband.' She replied, '1 don't know that I wnnt n Iiub band. I am quite content nt home ; but I hear you have persons of large wealth abl...

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

MEWSIH BHISII'. Resolution pnsaotl lnsf session.. in Pnrliiv* ment prohibiting 'Sunday trains , was re scinded on Friday last by 17 fotcs to 9. Sunday, tmlna now legal. . . ... ? Man blow his bond off during servico at Bt. Paul's, London, on Sunday, , 3. L, Sullivan, tho American puglllit, tins ileclinod to meet Slnvin, the Australian champion. A pig Is ns easily and fatally stunted by over-feeding, as by starvation. It is likely us to recover to n vnluablo animal from one condition as tho other. , ' Bo brief; for it is with words ns with sunbeams — tho moro condensed tho deeper thoy burn, ? . . ? '1 hero nro somo fnults slight In tho sight of love, some errors trivial in the estimate of wisdom ; but truth forgiven no insult and endures no stain. . : Bo.Bubstautinlly great in thyself, nnd more than thou appcarcst unto others ; nnd let the world bo deceived in thee, as thoy are in the lights of heaven. ' You musn't hod that coru with yor fnco to the cnst'nnl,1' said Farmer Sparrowgrn...

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EDISON'S TALKING DOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

-EDISOX'g TAXKIffG - noiu. A few specimens of the talking dolls mndc by the Edison Phonogmph Toy Mnnufnctur ing Company were exhibited recently nt the Savoy Hotel by Mr. Hebert S. Roberts (says the Daily A'eietj. Ench doll contnins nn Hdison phonogmph, nnd utters its own pnr ticular sentence in a voice that is palpably American. A fair-haired, blue-eyed baby says tho lirst verse of the well-known nursery hymn, ' Now I lny me down to sleep.' The utterance becomes more distinct as the last two lines arc reached. Another, doll repeats in n very clear, high voice the lirst verse of 'Twinkle, twinkle, little star.' A third enunciates 'Will you wnlk into my parlour? said the spider to the fly.' There issoino in congruity between tho voice and tho speaker, the former being considerably more adult than the latter ; but children arc not very critical ou such points ns these, nnd they are likely to find no .fault whatever -with these accomplished dolls. The talking dolls will shortly bo procu...

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THE SILVER MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

,; the, silver market. . ' , Silver hns again advanced., , Tho market is firm. . Bar Bllver was to-driy quoted at 4/84 per :OZ, ,,. , , |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

William . Jones, WHOLESALE AND 11UTAIL G-ENERAL STORES, BFBJSTIE, ? EMU BAY. CabltfAdclresH— ' Munai.' P-UltOIIASHll OF ALL KINDS OF PHODDCK. Undertakes sales of Farms or Cl.ick cither by 1'rlv.vi.j Sale or Public Auction. Best VioToniAX l-:»rn IJuav aiavavh on Hand. HAS ALWAYS OI.KAUl'U) AND I'AUTIALLY CLKAUEO FAHMS FOU SALK. - Agent for-r-T.S.N. Co.; Denvent and Tr.mar i'irj and Marine Insurance Co. Customs arm Fokwahmxii Agent. . BHAN0H STOIIKS AT W'VNVAUD AND STANLKV. aOUNTHY OUKTOMUItS AND OTJIEHS IN WANT OF BOOTS, SHOES, LEGGINGS, &c, Will hud ft greatly to tlieir Interest to PATltONISB the ONLY KlUSr IN LAUN0EST0N tlml nlways advertises its PltlOES IN PLAIN FIGUHES. NOTK THE FOLLOWING COLONIAL LINKS :— OKNTS. LADIES'. Best Kip AVatortiglits ? 11/li Kip U.S. and Lace ? «/. Half Wntortfghts ? !l/(i Kangaroo E.S ? (i/li E.S. and HluelHTH ... ? (i/« Jinids' Boots, from ? .'!/. Youths' Boots, from- ? ... ''-/. Children's Boots, from ? 2/H LEfiGlNOS, (i/!i. WE SELL LINER IN...

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The Young Cadet; OR THE Turns of Fortune's Wheel. CHAPTER II (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

ViiriiN ol'li'oi-tmiu'M Wheel. ' BEN, PEHLEY 'POORE. ? ? cnii!rKtt.n'coontiirue(i5. .{???put ;Clomont,, Sponcor . wna,nol, to bo' 'daunted; Pnckliig Hp'liin painting materials, ho entered into tlio mining operations with hcjuf; nml soul,- clefcrmlncd to ovorcomc every obstacle. There wns perhaps n Bhndo of nnxicty on his features, but he grappled with {the great question, iiml novor rusted until ho '?hail: nulifoveil-tlio object of IiIh munition. :;Coal from, tlio Coalboro'.mino was triumph antly popular at lust. Clomo nt's : f rlonds voxultcdj his ilotrnclovu hold their peaco. T . i '^Ib.Vvtui'at tills inoud |iarlpd of his. history 'that ho .oiitotyl Ills house on ,thu Olirintmnu . ovoTof '.eighteen' .Uunilrctl ' mid Iwbnty-nvo. '\\ro hiivn spoken !6f 'the pleasant bxtcrnnl appcrimncu of tlio collage,' but Hint wns , eclipsed by. tlio' luxurious comfort whioh reigned wHliin., Cosy roomo, ft fow good pictures, u well selected libmry, nnd n lino bnthing establishment, showed that the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

Sfecting1. .-O/TECHANICS' INSTITUTE, WARATAH. A PUBLICIVIEETING Will beheld nt the nbove Institute on SATURDAY; OCTOBER 11; To consider tho question of Bnilwny Extension from Wnrntnh to Zcchnn, and the necessity for the CONSTRUCTION of UOADS to WHYTB RIVER and HEAZLB WOOD, etc. AH Residents in and around Waratab nro invited to nttend. Messrs. Fcnton nnd Mackenzie, M.H.A., J. Norton-Smith, W. Jones, A. It. Browne, W. H. Bell, Jnmes Smith, 0. H. Hnll, J. Scngravo, It. W. Alford, Dr. Kennedy nnd others will address the meeting. J. S., Secretary. A CHOPPING MITCH . WILIi BE UEI.D AT WPELDON'S HOTEL This afternoon at 5 o'clock. , Between E* Allen and L. Townsend for £15 , aside. Eighteen inch blocks. Other matches will also take place. €. II. HAII and CO., CATLEY-STREET, BTJBNIE. . Land, Mining, Insurance, and Commission Agents. Farms and House Property of every description for sale on nil parts of the North West Const ; also shares in most of tho principal West Const mines; Commission c...

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CHAPTER III. NEW ACQUAINTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

ailAlTKItlll. SEW ACQUAINTANCES. The unheralded advent of a uutlckeled hpcclineii of humanity produced, us might hnvo b'jen expected, no small commotion in the house of jMr. Spencer, nnd the inmates -of- IiIk kitchen, who hud also heard the knock, crowded niDUiid' the table on .which the basket had been 'deposited, indignant as the old housekeeper wns, tenm ennic into her eyes.Tis she took the little foundling from its resting-plnce. nnd endeavoured to nIIciicc lt» ?loud cries. The nppcnling imiocenee of the iiiiMiUied wnif thus uwt upon the stormy sen of life, without a protector wnn irresistible. Mr.' Spencer, menmvliile, wns (fcarching among tlio contents of the basket for some clue to the child's identity. Nor was he un successful, for beneath tho small pillow wns a pnoVct, and, etnngo to say, it was mldrosncd to himself. ' Poor thing I' snld Mnrthn Qrny, nH who paced up nnd down tho room with tho still sobbing infnnt, ' Who can bo its mother /' ' Thnt'n not the question now,' r...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

raiariira ixTKULifti^c*:. [Mining mnnngors nro respectfully re quested to 'forward their reports as early r.n ? possible. Any itoms of nows for insertion under this heading will bo thankfully re ceived.] Ou Wednesday wo (jVort/i- Went Pout') woro hIiowii a splendid lump .'of quarts, fairly studded with gold, which wo wero informed came from tho Great Caledonia Goldmining Company's clnini nt Middlcssox, and nlso a fine rough nugget .of alluvial gold, weighing over 2oz., said to have come from tho vicinity of tho Union Co.'s claim. Wo wore further informed that other nuggets up ? to 4oi!. had been obtained somewhere in thnt locality. At tho spocial meeting of tho directors of tho Godkin 8.M. Company, held in Hobnrt ft was decided to defer the appointment of a director to the vacancy caused by Mr. Allan's resignation for a fuller board to com municate with other companies in the Why to ltivcr district with reference to tho treatmont of their ores in the future. Somo weeks ngo Mr. S. J....

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

StiefllcittuitfojiHtntcs 1 \ ' C/ I PtibHtltetl Kccnj Weilnmlmj anil Salunlaij SATUIWAY, OdTOJlKU 4,1800. The many complications nnd vexing law suits between the Government of Tasmania and the Main Lino Ilnilwsiy Company have been ended,' the purchase of the line In tho 0 ovemment now being an accomplished fact. On Tuesday last Mr. llraddon, Agent-CJeneml for Tasmania, paid for thu purchase of the Main Line to the directors in London, in in scribed stock ; ilhe documents mtifyingithc purchase were signed on beh-.'.lf of the eom p.iny, nnd instructions wei-c .sent to Mr. firnnt authorising him to band tho line over to the Government. On Wednesday morning Mr. Grant pave iMr. Back possession of the line, which will in future be. run in the interest of the ? Government alone. The 'aniount paid for the line is re;:IIy .C 1 ,1 25,1)00 — .IM,10(i,ii-lO worth of :i.J per cent, inscribed stock, issued at par, for the possession of the -whole of the property, and .C 18,500, the amount of the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

DEATH. DEMPSTER.—On the 1st inst., at the resi-     dence of her uncle, John Handley, South Melbourne, Adelaide Dempster, youngest daughter of Hugh Dempster, of Stowport, Emu Bay. Deeply regretted by a large circle of friends.

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EMU BAY ROAD TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

EMU BAY ROAD TMJST. A meeting of the Emu Bay Road Trust was hold nt the olllco on Thursday afternoon, l'rcsent — Messrs. T. Wiseman (in the chair), Summers, Rutherford, nnd Alexander. xne usunl monthly report of the rond overseer was read. It wns dccidcil to have tho trees cleared off the Now Country nnd Moorevilo ronds which had been blown down during the gale on Tuesday last. , It wns also decided to have several of the drains deepened on the Brickport road, nnd to construct side dmins and guanlB along the New Country rond. Mr. Alexander was instructed to see Sir. Brown with reference to the state of the bye road at New Country Hill. It wns resolved that Mr. Oldakcr be in structed to lomovo the log rolled on to tho Mooroville road. , The road overseer wns instructed to arrange with Mr. dimming for carting 100 ranis of (itono for Mooreville road. Tho tender of E. O'Reilly, for cutting, forming, nnd ditching in Wilmot-strcct, West Uuriiic, wns accepted nt £81/16. Tho work is to bo c...

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BURNIE POLICE COURT. Wednesday October 1. (Before Mr. A. K. Chapman, Commissioner, and Captain Patterson, J. P.). CHARLES V. CHARLES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 4 October 1890

Himxix: voiicb covni. ' Wcdncsiiay October 1. ' (Before Mr. A. K. Chnpmnn, Commissioner, and Captain Patterson, J.P.). Charles v. Chables. This wns nn application by Henry Charles for tho Court to revoke nn order, made some tlmo bnck ordering him to contrlbnto 'the sum of 8/ nor week for the maintenance of Margaret Charles. - ?- ? '?' Mr. Crisp who npponrqil for tho applicant addressed the Ileneh at some length, and in the course of his remarks stnted that as the defendant, Mnrgnret Charles, had coahiblted with.Mp.lliins Alexander, nnd. coidd compol him (Alexander) to maintain her his client hnd mnde nn application to the Court to revoke the previous order for maintenance, ns Mnrgarct Charles lind now no claim for support from him. ? Henry Charles stnted that ho hnd contri buted the siiin of 8/ per week for the support of Margaret Charles for about two years, but had discontinued paying' the same because tho defendnnt had been living-with Mnthlas Alexnnder for moro than 10 months, n...

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

XJiWS XX 1HII13F. A new occupation for women in London is said to be that of 'conversation crammer,' ivhoso business it is to coach up Indies for linner parties. It nppenrs, from n privately - issued circular, tnnt the subscriptions to the I'nrnell Special Commission Defcnco Fund amounted (o £42,000, of which Irelnnd con tributed £28,000. Tho directors ot the Bank of Australnsin have declared n dividend of 14 per cent., and have carried forward £lii,l)0O to the next half-year's account.. Kvery fairly large house in Tokio, Japan, hns its own bathroom ; but besides this there are no less than 800 baths in the city of Tokio, where 800,000 persons bathe daily ntn cost per bend of one sen three rin, or about a halfpenny. Two Belgian physicians, ns n result of their consultations, have come to tho con clusion that widowers and widows are more liable to consumption than either married people or people who have never been married. What is regarded as next to a decisive reason why there must...

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