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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890
? TASMANIAN NEWS. i . * ? ? ♦ * [llv Emjotmo Temkwai'h.] (1'nOit OUJt OWN OOnitKSI'ONDENT.) LAUX(-i:ST-K\. I ' Fiidny Night. ' At their mart on AVcdnesdiiy, Mcssra. AV. Hnrtnoll mid Co. sold the properly now occupied by Mr. It. lliggs, at lliirnic, to Mr. ff.'T. Collhis, of the firm of Douglas, Collins, and Davis, solicitors, of thin city, for .010. [The property referred to was previously occupied bj-j Mr. W..A\rheoldon]. ; ; .; f,-; Jf ' Mr. $. T. Hnlci who has for many yenrs occupied the position of' manager of the Union Bank of Australia, has been made the recipient of u very iviiltmbic' presentation, byj a huge number of leading residents of Laun ccston, on the occasion of his retirement from tho position. The presentation con sisted of a valuable silver tray and tea niul coffco service and a complimentary address. ?The- presentation was made by Mr. C. H. .Smith. Mr. Sale is the father of,Mr. AV. It. Sale, surveyor, [residing at Burnle, and well known along the N.AV. Coast. ? L...
Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890
,\ Itiuiiayevs'f HeiiortN. * ?Goi.lkin Extendeil (Dooeinbor 1) — Since latit-icpoi-t the main ailit hns been driven 7ft., total ilistnncc 013ft. Oln.- Tho'limestono is very haul nnd still showing galena and sulphate of zinc. A slight stream of water is flowing from the face. Trenching has been continued on No. 8 lode, and I Itml it is -n splcnillil gossan formation 40ft. wide and the course is cast and west. I am not doing any further work ou it nt present ns I desire to push, on the work in' No. 2 lode. The contractor is making good progress with the. timber.
THE YOUNG CADET; OR, THE Turns of Fortune's Wheel. CHAPTER XIX. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890
? „ ? ?;..... .. DikE ^'YOUJSrO- CADET; .: . ? on) tub Vurns ol'I?oi'tiiiiu- ^O'Hccl. BEN. PfiRLlSY PO0BE, CHAPTER XIX. (Ooutlaued). No Boonor wero tha prlBoners nwny tlinn Qenoral do Guyon, whoso ouriority lind been Moused during tho conversation, demanded an explanation, when Clement candidly told him all he know. M.Woll, Clement,' snid tho geneml, when ho had learned nil, ' we must lose no timo in ? eolying this mystery. First, let us visit the American Ambassador, Mr, Lcdroit, nfto ' breakfast, nnd endeavour to nscertaln if he nuuno uuj tuiuu ui xignu » n**-w| juui uuimj 1 think you snid. If they hnvo not hnd their paBBporta countcnlgncd nt the cmbnssy, we must employ some of the detective force.' . ' The American Minister, they learned, hnd jttflt arrived at Paris, nor did their inf ormnnt ??'' know his name. Driving to the cmbnBsy, tlioy requested an nudience, nnd wore Invited into a drawingroom. A gentleman who unt at the table writing, rose to receive them j , but no sooner ...
The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890
l'ltbltehed Jicery Veilnemlai/ anil fiittiyilpji SATUltnAY, liKGintJiKn 0, 1800. As announced in our telegrnms lnst issue, Jf r. II. Hedger Wnllncc, ngricitltiiral lecturer to the Victoriim Government, who has been engaged by the TaBinaninn Government to deliver it series of lectures In various parts of this colony, chiefly on the subject of agricul tural education, will lecture at Wynyard on Tuesday night next. Mr. Wallace, though ydiuifr hi years Jims had considerable . experi- ence '(both* in pmctico niid. theory) in nil mutters relating to tne cultivation oi tlic coll, and is generally considered to-be one of the highest authorities of the day upon such m.iltoif. Mr. Wallace's lectures have been nrmngcil, and will be delivered under the auspices of the ^Government Technical School, HulMrt._ J.n .Victoria Mr. AVnllace has been for iuimo time past engaged in lecturing to the slinluiitM atjtlie parlous' technical schools nml also to the members of the GoverHmcut Training'' Sclirfol...
FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 6 December 1890
PUN AND PAN03T. Miohaal Mnginnis ; 'Didyo hear uv tlio accident, Barnoy ? Pat Mulligan wuz blowod tip wid a boiler, an' I hear they brought tho Bohraps of him homo to his widdy.' Barnoy : ? ' O\v I What are ye tellin' mo, Moiko ? Hovr did they find him ?' Miko : Dead, I reek's.' Youngost daughter (oi father o! bovcu of them) : ' Papa, I can't — I positively can't stand tho strain 1 I m-m-must t-t-tcll you I had planned to olopo to-night 1' Papa: ' Just my luck 1 What did you want to peaoh for? Now, I supposo I've got to stop you 1 ' turned on longovity. 'In our family,' said tho brido'B mother, wo livo to bo vory old. Thcro was my father, who did not die till ho wns over 100.' ' And you novor even hintod it to mo,' said tlio nowly-mado son-in-law in a reproachful tone. Dr. Johnson one day went out to ton, and tho lady of tho houso brought forward a littlo girl of twelve yonrs to play a pieco, in which tho air was lost in n torrent of variations. ?' Doctor,' eaid tho lady, ' is it no...
The YOUNG CADET; OR THE Turns of Fortune's Wheel CHAPTER XX. ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 December 1890
YOUNG CADET; Oil, THE - ?' Xiirng ofVoi'tuno'N Wheel. » v .*-'»?»'' iien': l'uniiKV rooiiE.' .:-; ? ? ? CIUP'J'Bll XX, AT.I.'S WBH. THAT KKDS 1VEI,!,. On reaching tho American embassy, Mr, Lcdroit wns tolil by tlio porter Hint 11 hich mngor front the foreign ofllco wn& suiting in Ills study, and requested a servant to usher Clomonl into the drawing-room, promising to follow In a few moments. As tho domestic opened tlio iloor, tlio well-known notes of Hie 'Cadet's Quickstep' (sofnmillar inhlsenrly life, but so long unheard) met Ills enr j but tlio lady who wns seated at the plnuo stopped playing when she saw a stranger, nml rose to leave the instrument. As hIio tunicil the ' astonished young man saw the loved face . that linil lor years Imuutcu ins uny-rovcrics nml liiii night-ilrcnms, 'J'ruc, time linil mlileil dignity mill niiiturltj to Its beauty, but from her eyes enmo the same sunshine o£ the heart, mul ho 6tcoil bewildered and astonished. ?' Ida '1-ntjcrron, equnUy bewi...
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 December 1890
Nllll»l-l\-;. ' A1UUV13 U . Dcconibor 7. — Vliiulom, s.s,, W8 tons, J, V. lluntloy, mnstor, finni Melbournu. Pas Honyorg — Saloon : MesduniCH Mlghett, Giieo, Almond, Collins, Durrell, .lolnmlimc, l'en cock; Jli8se.H Kirkham, IIIj(liott, W'Hny (2), King; Mcxsm. I'cncouk, Aliihiini, illp-liutt, Hunter, Alinnml, Moiowcather, bury, Leon hart, Gntenby C2) Slialton, Dnlrs, Jim rowes, Uunillo, Collins, Day, Luolc, lliiln, Cloiacnt, Cmsp, DurenbiuH ; and Illl In the steerage. Cargo — '10 cases frull, 1M2 bags mignr, 271 pes timber, 1H pkgs furniture, and 101 pnokiiKoa goneml murcliiuuliec. Deecniber 8.— Stnr, s.s., 41) Ions, W. Holy, man, jtui., from I.iiiuiccstoii nnd Coast ports, Deecniber U. — lleiboil, s.s,, HID tons, O, Tnit, from Lnnnccstoii. HAIIiKU. December 7.— Vlfudnm, s.8,, !)I8 tons, J. V, Dcntlcy, for Uevoupoit and XnuuccHtoii. December 8. — Star, n.s., 10 tons, \Y. Holy mail, jun., for 1'nble Cape. December ». — Herbert, ».s., 180 tons, G. Tnit, for Slmchan direct. PnBseii|?ei...
EMU BAY ROAD TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 December 1890
EMU BAY ROAD TRUST, Thu usiinl monthly nieullngof the nbovo Rond Trust was buhl on Suttiiilay lust, having beun adjourned from thu previous Thursday. Present — Messrs. Jones (chairman), T. Wisu ninii, ami Suunnurs. Tho minutes of thu lust meeting were rend nud confirmed. The report of tliu rond ovorsuur wns rend nnd considered. ' ... ? It was deuided'lhut notice be given to tliu, hunt liny iciuu Ului) to clear away trees felled on thu road at ltldgluy when clearing Lhu inngo for the recent rille coinpelition. It. was also deuideil that, .liuiies p.idils should clear lhu Moreville-rond at tiruuii hills. A petition was received from Messrs. Lulil law, WnktyiiullOhlnglin'ur, /?,? eattle straying Dii the voail between t!oo-eu Ureuk and tlie Cum River. Afler discussion, it was resolved thnt the secretary should reply t« thu pull tioners, pointing out that lhu renieily was in their own hands, us they euuld impound stmyiug entile, hoi'ses, k-:., in the ncaiehl pound. A luttcr was received ...
The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday Wednesday, December 10 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 December 1890
I'uMhheil Mteru M'rtlnmhiffani Nuturilaij injj).\iMDAy, ni:cmmmi w, isoo. In* the flnerrnmeiit Gazette ot lnst'weel; iippmni nn announcement of the sale ot tint piece of ground situate In Wilson-street, formerly occupied as n State School site. The sale is to lie held on December HO, at lltirniu. Several of our leading residents, who have heard of the proposed sale, have suggested that nn effort should be made to secure the block of ground, which consists of a quarter of an acre, for the site of some public Institution. A hospital site bus been mentioned us the most necessary at present. AVe think the suggestion an excellent one. nnd tnke this opportunity of drawing public attention to It j nnd would nt the same time suggest that immediate steps be taken in preparing a requisition, to be forwarded to the Minister of I,ands, praying that the land be reserved ns a hospital site, or for some other purpose. There is not the slightest doubt that lturnie will in tho near, future be n very...
Wynyard Cottage Hospital. PROPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 December 1890
Wynyard Cottage Hospital, . PROPOSED (1'llOM OUW OWN COUllESl'OXDKKT.) A meeting to further the proposal in re gnnl to the establishment of n Cottage Hospital wns held on Tuesday evening in the Library when Mr. L. Fleming presided. A lengthy discussion took plncc ns to the Advisability of establishing such nn institu tion, and nlthough no one directly 'opposed such n proposal it was. very evident thnt thu majority were far from being enthusiastic nbout its establishment ut present. A resolution was eventually carried on the motion of .Dr. Gniiinm seconded* by Mr. Fenton,M.lI.A., 'Tlmt it is desirable to make an effort to establish n smnll Cottugo 11U3UI M»l ill* ?? J 'J ?*?'? Mr. Ferguson wns nppoinled hon. suurutnry , and n comuiittee coiisisling of Dr. Giiiham, Messrs. Quiggin, Fleming, Gnvuev, and Ferguson, wns nppolntcd to tnko nuy neces snry steps to carry out llie resolution passed re the estnbllshmcut of u Hospital. It was estimated that X.UM would lie rc (liilrcd to stint th...
LECTURE ON AGRICULTURE MR. R. HEDGER WALLACE AT WYNYARD Wynyard, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 December 1890
LECTURE ON AGPULTOP, Mil. H. HEDGKll WALLACK AT WYNVAItD. [ntOM OUK OWN M-PORTER.J Wynyard, Tuesday night. Mr. II. Heilger-Walluco delivered a public lecture in the Town-hall to-night, on the subject of scientific agriculture. Tlientten dinico wns not ns large ns might have been expected, but this wns owing to wnnt of publicity In the newspaper in the district by those having tho nrmngementsjof the lecture. There were many farmers nlso present from the outlying blstrlots but very fow from Kmu Bay, and Mr. Hidger-Wnllnco mis listened to with much attention. Questions on vnrlous mntnors were nnnwered by the lecturer, and a great deal of information was obtained from him on tho subject of his lecture. A full report of she lecture will appcar.acst issue. *
WARATAH NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 December 1890
WAKATAJI Wim (1'lioM OUlt OWN COltltESl'ONDENT). The following are the nominations re ceived by the secretary of, the Wamtah Athletic Sports to be held on lloxing Dny and dny following, 2fith and 27th December, 1 film ? ? SiiBi't'iELD Handicap. Of £50 ; l!!0 ynrilB. Ucovcs, Thomas Devlin, E. Hngley, J. K. Crosby, \\\ Thonms, W. Miller, R. S. Merriiigtbn, John Mnddurn, W. Gay, E. W. Antony, J. Thome, Fred. lllingworth, \V. Abbott, F. K. Alexander, Cf . Mnun, K. Gnllney, J. F. Clnmpett, S. Tnssle, A. Morwick, G. Wnrburtou, J. Nugent, K.' O'llrien, T. Bisoubi'F Handicap Of 2u.sovs. ; one mile. Hooves, Thos. Tyo, Allen , Reeves, Joseph Allen, H. C. Bnrkcr, John MeAidifle, J. Wells, A. . Brrkott, J. Cnmt)bell|J. ltoot, J. Gny, U.-AV. Hnrlcy, It. Williams, J. llousego, J. Archer, J. Gnffney, J. F. Hughes, AW Wilson, H. Archer, Frank Hendeison, AV. Cunningham, E. AVlIVTE HlVEIl llAXDIOAP Of 8sovs. j half mile. Reeves, Thos. Archer. Frank Reoves, Joseph Cunningham, K. Barker, John Tye, Alle...
SOME LEADING QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 December 1890
' SOME LEADING QUESTIONS. : , A young nur.i who looked as if ho had a hoop of things on his mind, but who struggled hard to appear outwardly calm, put r-. live' dollar bill on the desk of a Detroit lawyer tho . other day nnd said : ' I want to ask you a few leading quesi 'lions.' . . . ? ? I . 'Go ahead,' was the reply, as tho inonoy was quickly thrust out of sight. , - ? ' If I nm engaged to a girl and go back on hciv what can sho do?' 'Sue you for breach of promise.' 11 Hut if she goes back on mo, . what can I * ..uu.i. .. . ? ? : i ' Hunt up another.'.' ', '..' ' Uml Suppose I havoprcsentodhor with a Sdol. ton, a pair of bracelets, a parasol, and a, ring?,' ' ' Then sho'a so mnch ahead.' 'If I believe that her infatuation tori another is but passing whim and I ilourish; a revolver and talk of suicide, what then?' ' ' . ' - ? 1 1 ' Her father will probably pick you up, and drop you into tlio first mud-puddle.' ; ' Uin I Supposo I had prosenled hor: ^mother with a 20-shilling umbre...
WYNYARD NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 December 1890
?' WYNYARD NOTES, ? ? » ? (FltOM OUK OWN ConltESrONDENT)., The nnnlversnry services in connection with tho U. M. Free Church were held on Sunday -lust, when the Rev. J. May (Wes leyan), from the Forth, pvenched two excel lent sermons. Tho church wns full to over flowing ntencli service, and Hie singing o£ npceiolly ? selected hymns by a well trained choir added greatly to the effectiveness ot tho services..- Altogether the proceedings must bu classed as a genuine success, The annual tun mooting Is to bu held to-morrow, niid with wonthe.1 l|ko lonlay promisu« to bu u thoroughly successful effort, It would bu tjultu 'nil liiopinplofo notlcu o£ yostordny's Norvlous In omit a rofbiiiiiuo to dhu beautiful decorations which udorncd thu unsightly wnlls of the 'sncn.il cdillcu which does duty .for one ot tho inrgeEL congregations hi this, plrico, Tho fofns,' flowers, wrcnths, texts, &c,, wore 'plentiful niid chaste, nnd hnil'iv most pleasing cfTcct. The visit of Mr. A, Hedgor Wiilln...
HOBART Tuesday Night [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 December 1890
IIOliAltT. Tuesday Nicht. The Government are inviting tenders for the following nmil services commencing on nnd from tho 1st February, 18'Jl :— 1. A M weekly service to nnd from Lauuceston nnd Melbourne. 2. A weekly service to nnd from Lnunccston ndd Jfelbournc. II. A weekly service to nndfrom West Dcvonporl nnd Melbourne W« lltirnie. Tenders close on the 10th of Jnrtuavy next. News has been received here to-dny that tho Koonyn is bringing 1000 bags silver ore from Trial Harbour. On Saturday last the thermometer regis tered 85dcg. in the shade nnd MOdeg. in the sun, being the holiest day experienced this , season. The Mount Reid S.Jt. Company, having n capital of £12,600, in 25,000 slmresof 10/. has been (successfully floated. The sections are situated to tho North-Eiist of 'Mount Duudns, and go to show that there is a great denl of truth In the stntcmeut thnt the whole of the country between Dundns niid Wnrntnh will be found to be full of minerals before very long, ; , Mr. Fcnton, ...
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, DEC. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 December 1890
GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, Deo. 5. Another maritime strike is threatened, which, If commenced, will involve a terrific trial of power between the Federated Owners nud Federated Laborers. Tho Council of the latter body are culling out the seamen aud llrcmcn on the whole of the vessels of the 8hnw, iJnvillc, and Albion Com pany, tho New Zealand Shipping Company, and the British India Company. The cause of the strike is the persistence of thu companies to ship their crews on board the vessels instead ot through tho shinning olllces. Tim f1'rir-nVltf\. nf 111* 1,'nnlr'u lnnm,l.lln.. J.. proving even moru valuable tlinn at first it wns claimed to be. The lymph hns boon successfully applied to persons sufferingfrom tetanus nud diphtheria. Sir Murell Mnukenzie, the eminent English surgeon, has been publicly treated with Dr. Kock's speciiiefor the euro of consumption. 'The hurl of Jersey, the newly-appointed'*'' Governor of New South Wales, started to-day for Sydney. Lady Jersey will follow when...