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BURNIE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

BURNIE SPORTS. ;i s The following entries 'were received last night by tho secretary for the principal events to by run at the Burnle sports meet ing on New Year's Day : — ' ' ' ; ? 200 yards Handicap Hurdle Race,' over 7 hurdlea, 8ft. Oin. high. First prize, 40/; ; second', ib/. j tlilrd, 7/0.-' Nomination' 1/0 ; acceptance, 1/. ? ?? ?? '»'? I E. AV. Gay J. H. Stuttcnlr I J. E. Bagley T. AVingrovo . , ! ' T. Borcohreo Frank Archer _ , , Handicap Mile Race. First prtas,' ** » second, £2 ; third, £1, Nominntioii', 2/0 ; ncccptanco, 2/0. . ? 1 ' A Tye J. Campboll G. Hales Frank Archer' O. Henrich ' ? H. E. Allan John Barker A. Herbert D. Maroncy 200 yards Handicap Race. First prize, 40/. i second, 15/. Nomination, 2/. : accept ance, 1/. E. AV. Gay J. Smith J. E. BaKloy J. Gardiner T. Bercclneo R. Miller ' ?. J. Stuttord ? AV. llllugworth ; T. Wingrovc.i i- -' ?..'.{. The Burnle Sliefllcldllnndicnp, open to all. Distance, 180 yards. First prize,, £10/10 ; second, £3 | third, £1/10. Nom...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

COMMERCIAL. No transactions of any note have come under our notice, and prices remain about the same. Some isplcndid crops of potatoes ore expected in the vicinity of Burnio this season, notably on Mr. Ford's property. We sincerely .hope that such ''ill bo the case and good prices realised. Good yields arc also expected in other districts nlong the Coast. Referring to (he prospects of the potato crop nt Warrnninbool this season, tho local paper says : — ' The incoming potato crop promises to bo one of the best experienced in the Wnrrnainbool district for some years. Buyers have not yet commenced to operate in largo qunnties, but several tons have been bought for delivery this week, tho price paid being from £i- to £njW per ton. With the facilities by rail for reacting tho Melbourne market quickly, which were non-existent when the season opened hist year, it is ex pected, that in a few weeks the locnl market will be in full swing.'

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QUEEN'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL ANNUAL BREAKING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

QUEEN'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL; ? '— ? ? ? ,i ANNUAL BRBAKINO UP. The nbove Grammar School having closed' yesterday for tho summer holidays of six weeks, the third annual distribution of prizes and ontertainment took place in tho Town hall last night. A large number of invita-' tions were issued by tho principal, Mr. J.' Hamllton-Royco, which were gladly accepted, and the large hall was crowded with parents of the scholars and others. The stage was very tastefully decorated with flowers, ferns nnd lings as well as tho body of tlie Hall, wlilcli gave tho building iv most picturcaque nnd pleasing appearance. At the end of tho hall nearest the stage the fancy work and drawings done ; by the pupils were exhibited nnd the rapid progress ' made by thorn was remarked' by all present. .Especially was this notice able In the fancy work done by tho girls as tho various exhibits would do credit to much older persons. Tho quality of the work was the more marked as all the pupils have only had three mon...

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP, LONDON, DEC. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

CABLE GEAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. f»Y SUBJIAUINB OAlufe;]' (Per 'Reutku's AoenotI) ':' ' THK 8OULLTNG CHAMPIONSHIP, -??:??? LONDON, Deo, 1(1. O'Connor,, the Canadian sculler, ha been Interviewed by a iieivspnpor reporter nt Toronto ns to his opinion on Kemp's detent on tho Pnrainnttn. yesterday. O'Connor Bays the rnco arranged between hlmsolf nud Komp is now off, mid ho clniins tho forfeit. He will challenge MoLeim to row him In America next summer for £500 aside, a pursu of £1000 mul the cliaiiiplunship of, the world. ' ?

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SPORTING. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

SIMMMI\(;. , Tlie Turf. A mooting of tho stewards of tho ltnoing Oliib was liohl nt T, . AViseman's Hotel last night, Tho following gontlo'mon wero pre sent— Mossra. R. M. Browne Cohnirman), S. J. Wcstbrook, T, 'Wlsoman, J. ?\Visoman, F.; \V, Wolls( ,A. ,IJ. Edgar, Oantain Jones, and W. IT. 'oid'akor' (BebWtniy); ? The balance shoot wns presented and passed. It showed a b'nlanaa in hn'nd of £10/5/4.' Tho Bcorotnry wns Instructed to write to the seorctnrlcs of tho various racing olubs in, Tnsmauia, in^ forming thorn of. Messrs. J. Powell, AV. O. Wlicolor,npd, — Laws being dofaiilters, and rcqucstiug them to tnko such step's for'thcir mutual protection as they may soyerally think lit, It wns decided thnt tlie annual gouornliiieoting bo hold on Monday, Dooom bor 22, at tho Towiuhall. A vote of thanks was passed to Mr. Oldaker for Ills past ser vices ns secretary. The meeting then ad journed. Wo regret that wo .nro unable to give tho nominations for the. various events to bo run at tho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

The oldest business place at Ulverstouo ' fexcept Alomes' Hotel) is now closed Cs»ys the forth West PM.) A. 0. Dlxon t^ ~ proprietor, having disposed of tho bulk of Wb stock to a party at Zeehan, and it was shipped on Tuesday per s.s. Meteor on route for tW plucc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

A Pat Ox.— The first prize fat ox at the recent Ulverstone show, exhibited by Air. P. P. Cowle, jim., of the Forth, produced 1081}lb. of carcase meat, being 18Jlb; loss than tho UOOtb,

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [BV SrJBUABINE OADIiE.] (FHOM OUlt OWN COIUtESrONDKNTS.) yiCTOttlA. . Medbouiijje, Tuesday. Miu Johnstonc, one of tho victims in tlie recent terrible tragedy at Unllnrnt, died ycstcnlny. Johnstone baa been put in a straight jacket. ' '? ??? : -'?.-. .«-. , Fells Tanner comploted his 28rd.dny ;o£ fasting ito51ny. Hois in 'good lienltli,.liut has last 20Jlbs. in weight. , - ?? The onsen for the ' defence in '. conncotion with ' the ? Premier Permanent Buildihg Society were concluded to-day.- '.-.': There have been a great many divorce cases before the court lately nnd in nearly every instance the petitions have been granted. The employers lost £1,000,000 in conse quence of the recent strike.

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THE O'SHEA DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

THE O'SIIKA DIVOKOK, Tho I'nlt Mull Gazette la taking steps to aecuro tho intervention of tlio Queen's proctdr In the dtvorco'sulti'0''Shed V. O'Slica and l'nmell. ???,.. ...

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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

TASfl[ANIAN NEWS. [BY ELEOTHIC T£ti£OnAFB.] (LMIOM OUR OWN-COllIlESrONDENT.) LAUX€ESTOX. Tuesday Night, At the Supremo Court to-day before Jlis Honour Judge Adams, Frederick George Henderson pleaded guilty to embezzling £114/4/9, tho property of T. Edginton and Co., of West Dcvonport, nud was remanded for sentence. 2lr. Miller addressed tlio court on the prisoner's behalf pleading for mercy,' nud presented n petition on IiIh behalf nud also a large number of testimonials. The complimentary ball given by the citizens of Lauueeston to His Worship tho| Stayor and Mrs. Button is being held to-. night. . - ... ? .-. . ; Mr. Sutton has been re-elected Mayor of' Lnuiiccflton by a unanimous vote of the aldermen. Latest Mining Quotations,:— Comot, buyer IB/., seller 15/8, sales 15/8 ; Comet Extended, buytr X3/10, seller £3/12/0, sales £3/10. Godkiu, buyer 8/(i ; Qodkiu (paid up), buyer 18/G, seller Uif. Goilkln Extended, buyer 2/Bi' seller 2/0; l'ynuniil, buyer !l/4, seller -,8/u, sales 3/4;...

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WM. UPWORTH FARMER. AN ORIGINAL STORY IN THREE CHAPTERS. CHAPTER 1. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

Wm. UP WORTH, li- A. IS. M E 11. - — : ? ♦ AN ORIGINAL S'i'OllY IN THREE CHAPTERS. CHAPTER I. (Continued). 'Tlioro, ray lass, whatnro you thinking ofi' asked ho, patting Hoator'a ham fciudly. ? ' ' I am wondoring why you brought mo liorai' said Hester, vory truly, ' Well, I won't toll you oxaotly. I want to know, for ono thing, how they aro treating you up tlioro at old Jim Shackle ton's.' 'Oh,- they nro treating mo well, very woll,' Bttiil .Heater, uarnogtly. 'Aunt Ellen has douo a great many things for me.' ' Givon you an old dress or two out of her own and plonty cold water f' a»kei William. 'But I liko cold water. I always drink 'Has sho givon you auy traots yet ?'~ ^ all this wasintonded for outting irony, fj 1 ' No— not ouo.' T ' 'H'm. Havo you never thought you - - would liko any otlior situation, Hestor V - , asked William. if 'I can't do anything, you know,' 1 f Heater answered, blushing at her own ' confession. ' Can't you 1' said William, with an easy laugh. ' You can't m...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

NEW SOUTH W.ILES. Si'DNisr, Tuesday. The sculling match between Poter Kemp the clinnipiou of the world, nnd JU'Lenn, wan rowed on the Pnrrniuntta. on, Monday, when tho hitter won. It Is wondered how the re Bult will affect Kemp's match with O'Cbnnon in America, in March, for tlie championship of the world. .

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MEDICAL. COLDS AND CLOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

EV8EP3CAL. GOLDS AND CLOTH! KG. Tlio tenoning oi moiiorn soicnco i nu oi ru ulcnt custom gsos to show that hor-t proiluo tion within tho body has mueli to do with tliq tissuo changes concerned in muscular nativity »nd with hoaltby digestion. It is oonBorvod by warm and modorato, wasted in o raporn* tion by oxcosbWo, ololhing, says tho iaiicct, finally, by a slmnlo norvouB rnaotlon, it in jnoroasod after tho contact of oxtornal cold. It follows tliat If wo bo so clad with oomfort ttblo undorolotblng that surfnoo perspiration is not formod in oxcoss, and la rapidly ro moved, ono groat cauBo of chill — sudden eva poration — is clone away wuu. uuvor uum, tirovidod it i'b not too sovoro, only touolios, us it woro, tbo spring of tho boat making main* holism, and, exciting an elastio rebound in the obain of vosomotor fibres, awakons that oxidativo aotion by which ovory tissno is made to ylold its sbaro of heat to tbo body. U'Ws bracing influence 1b lost wholly or Jpartlyto thoBO who aro to...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

Family Doctor—' Your wife needs more outdoor exercise.' Husband— ' But she won t go out.' Doctor—' Give her plenty of money to shop with.and then she will.' The way a Milwaukee justice performs the ceremony of marriage : ' Have him ?' ' Yes.' ' Have her?' ' Yes.' ' Mar ricd ; 2 dollars I'

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NERVE EXHAUSTION AND OPIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

NERVE EXHAUSTION AND OPIUM. The revelations following the death of Mr. Wilkio Collins may perhaps lend to increase the opium habit amongst tlioso who believe thomselves to bo in need of some extra com fort or support. Tho accounts given by Mr. H. Oaine and Sir. E. Yntcu differ in sonio res poots, although thoy agrco as to tho rcia ively largo amount of laudanum habitually taken by the deceased litterateur. Tbo for mer speaks ot Collins us a lmu-tvr to nerves and gout, and scemu to infer that tbo drug was resorted to for tbo relief of pain. Tlia latter Bays Collins took laudanum to stimu late tho brain and steady tbo nerves, and that he had been in tbo habit of taking a wino glassf ul of laudanum many times a day for lully 20 years. Pow things aro more lament able than tho obvious cost nt which much lit erary work has been accomplished. So Quin cey, Ooloridgo, Bulwor Lytton, and Wilkio Collins stand out as warnings against tbo folly of over taxation of the mentiil powors, and as exam...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

Births, Marriages, Deaths. BIRTHS.         KAYSER. — On the 15th December, at Waratah, the wife of H. W. Ferd. Kayser, a son.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

-? Mr. bmithers,' Enid his wife, '? U I re member rightly you have ofton said that yon dislike to soo a woman constantly getting herself into print.' ' I do,' said Smithors, positively. 'You consider it unwomanly and indolioato, I believe.' 'A'ory.' And you can't boo how any n-'n could allow his wife to do anything of Hmi.' ' Yes, 1 think bo now.' 'We I ? V.r. timithcrs, in view of all tho facts of i;;o i;a.-c,-l fcul justi fied in nuking .von for n new si!!: t,ven.' 't new Bilk drcbo I' ' Vts ; f.ir tho ir.vt oi-' years I have lmil nothing better tlmn 1-. oent. calico, anil 1 v.nut sumolhing r!.'.i... , tired uf isotliiia iulo i'.-::it,' ' Wuntud. 'YTIT ANT 1313.— Apiirentloo to tho lilnok T V smithing, J, Mvr.AN, Emu Hay. pPIA'ATU Board anil Residence for two L Hlnglo gentlemen. Terms niodoralo, Apply ' Home, ' olllco of this pnper. i/TUS. J. SCOTT Ib prepared to rccolvo -LtJL pupils for tho l'lanoforto. 'VJIT ANTED— A good Plnin Cook mid T T LimndrcBS j nlso housemaid. Apply by l...

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CORRESPONDENCE. A Challenge. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

-'COlMtESPOA'DJSXCE.. A. Cliulloii&'c. (10 THE KDITOlO Rllt, — I beg to link spneu In your journal to give my opinion upon tho subject 1 saw to-day with one of my fellow workmen III Mr. .1. Lay's Hang, 15. U. Hallway, Tho re sult was of Home person speaking agninst J. llaglcy concerning his running nt Mount Itffljhofl! ! tlio Kpoakor- saying somo ttmobaok ?tlia.j.itCw-ii4-mMJic»B'for .him to tnko steps to ;ontorifor. the, Mount Disoholt llmiillcnp, iib 'the pejwM.sliotild say ho could last ycarglvo the npove-unincd 20yds, in UlUyds., mill ntoro uccoiilliiii't6 dlstnnco. Now, sir, if ho could glvci J. B, that start last year there me a few navvios in J.Lny's Gnng thnt fancy tho above ? sprinter, and if the party will concede him /lydi; or'lOyd's. in IGOyifs, a matoh cau bo niiulc at once for a sum of UtiO — no bluff luaiic ic. no 11 nio parson wtu euua uy letter, or through Huh pnper, his willingness now, a deposit will be Kont at onco to ' The Wellington Times.' Trusting 1 h...

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Athletics. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

Atliletlcft. AVo would remind all those interested in tho athletic Bports meeting to bp^ held at AVaratah on Boxing Day and the da'y_follow ing that acceptances close with tho Bcetetarjr, Mr. A. AV. Johnston, nt 8 p.m, to-morrow (Thursday) night. . ' i Tho sports held nt Hnmllton-on-l''brtli jnBt Tliursdny, in nid of the Towii-hnll funds, pnsscd off successfully. The Forth Hhiidi cap was won by Gardiner with ' A'ision' a good second. Mr. Leary won tlie hoiwo jumping with , Topsy. Tho Chnmpion Chop ping Mntcii did not take place ns there, were only four entries received. A Scratch Sweepstake chopping match for £i- was won by T. Reoycs, J. Medcraft boing second, Turner and Thomns also chopped. An enter tainment wns hold in' the Town-hall in .the evening nt which the Ulverstouo Brass Band nnd tho Ulverstono Drninntic Club n'ssfslcd, Mr. Alcbck prostdi'ngi ' tho day's jirpeced ings resulted in about £80 being 'added to the Town Hall f unds. ji' -? ' Elsewhure\vill be found the haiulicap...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. Wednesday, December 17, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

I'uliliilicil Every Wednetulay and Saturday. WEDxmnAY, niiommun ir, isoo. Detention River. — Wo are pleased to bo able to state that the remarks recently imule in tlicso columns, with refurenco to tho necessity for Improving the channel in tho Detention River, have been nttonded with satisfactory results. Arrangements wore mado last week by tho l'uhlio Works Oflleo to despatch a surveyor to Detention Hlvcr to commence work, and on Holiday Inst Mr. Korla (who is highly recommended by tho jllHjiuuiur vi mil vujs ui i-u» Dunlil miivaj with a small party, left Burnlc for the locality under directions from Mr. 0. K. Sliennl, Resident Engineer. Bottlers in tho district will hail with satisfaction tho com mencement of tills most necessary work, nnd now Hint thero is a prospect of being able to got thoir produce to market nt n reasonable freight thoy they will bo nble to look forward to the future more hope fully than they have hitherto. The Minister of Lauds nnd Works is to be commended fo...

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