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

Clioiiiilnir Mutclics. . A chopping match botwoon J. Poison and T. Townsoml for £lfl a-sidc took plaoo nt AVheoldbn's Commercial Hotel on Snturday afternoon Inst, The blocks used were 18ln. A good dcnl of interest wns mnnifestcdin tho event niid.' Poison was tho favom-lte; A ibyri wagers *-ero made, Poison offering. to back* himsplf at 2 to 1 , then 8 fol.and fiually 4 to 1, but there wore not many takers.!' Tho mntcii resulted in nn ensv win for Poison his time, being Srnln. 50bco., which is, not con sidered, very fnst. Judging by'hia block To\viiBond would hnvo been quite half n minuto longorcuttlrig it through. Altliougli' Townsend had a nasty, .block, wliloli would' not chip freely, the gcncrnl opinion wns thnt Poison wns moro than his match. On Saturday next, at AVheeldon's Hotel* a mntoh will take place between J. Poison and J. Charles, for £10 a-slde. In view of 'hla* vietory last Saturday Poison is considered the winner in this event, but ' you never can tell till tho number...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Cricket. WYNYARD V. BURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

'?';-..'. ti Cricket. . ?' ? WYNYART) V'. imrfNIH. Tho return ? eriqkqt match between Burnio and Vynyard clubs was played at llurnic on Saturday Inst, .In the previous mntoh between' these clubs (played at AVyriyard' oh Novem ber 20) tho Burnle team was defeated by one innings nnd 40 runs, and ns they had ex pressed their intention of endeavouring to turn tho tables against their opponents a good denl of intorcst.wns shown in Saturday's match. But tho visitors again showed their Buporlorlty andwon by an innings and 26 runs. Although tho weather on tho occasion of torn first match ? was not at all favourable for good cricket, it wns generally, .admitted1 that tho victors were the. best team ; but Saturdny-belng a.. fine day, 4ind the game played on tho vBurniciground, definitely settled the-niattor,.as the. visitors show.edthe best form 4 n. every ; departmont of the ? game* For'the- winners Colo certainly 'came out of his shell '.'? with.the.willow,heading,the score with 28, got by ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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YANKEE YARNS. LOVE MAKING AT CHAUTAUQUA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

YANKEE YARNS. ?.. LOVE MAKING AT OHAUTAU. QUA. Folicia — How Bweot and yet how sad tho clinnting of thoso Vospor Bolls at the Pior, Algernoon, for they tell us that wo must part, 'Tis tho signal for retiring, Algernon — I know, dearest, but lot us with draw a littlo from tho glare of tho Athenian Watoh Fires, for thoy may attrdot tho 'watch' to our lingering. (Thoy move away}. Felicia (roproachfully)— Do you not love tho olassio atmosphere of tho Hall ol Phil osophy, Algernon I Algernon— Oh, yos ; Ilovo it, but (whisper ing) I love you more. (Thoy Bit down on a loir in tho nrotectinc shadow of a treo.l Felicia (loaning her head upon his class badge) — Ah, Algernon, you men aro so incon stant, so unreliable — nioro unroliablo than tho information wo got at tho Atlienoum Hotel about tho arrival and departure of trams. Algernon (earnestly) — I am not. Felicia (sighing) — Tin's is my first season at Chautnuqua, Algernon, and I know what I am talking about. Algornon (vehomontly) — But, F...

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

HK KaiNlnVMN notice*. R NISBETT'S B COFFEE PALACE, K WyXYVHI), HHv- , First-class Accommodation. vf ' ? Moderate Charges. K SamplQ llooms. Good Stabling. I A MEEEY CHRISTMAS, 1 1800. I For Cfyristnias Goods go to I K I G GS ' S, I MOUNT STREET. m The Cheatest andDest on the Coast. ? /'1URRANTS, HnlsfiiH, Pool, Sugnr, Ten, B \J Coffee, Itlcc, Mulzenn, Sago, .Salmon, B Sardines, Tinned Fruits, Jama mul nil ncecs B sarics mul luxuries, specially reiluced for B Chistmos. m . Glassware, Crockery ware, Fancy Goods, B Axes/Handle's, Brooms, Tubs mid Buckets, W M.Ik Dishes, Nails, Wall Papers and other f nrticlca specially Ion*. I Men's Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Sox, Moles, I Singlets, Pants, Suits, Ties, at less than ' I wholesale prices for Christmas. ' . ' . I Dress Goods — Cnshmcrcs, Prints; Muslins, §£ Boxed Robes, Trimmed ami Untrlinmcd ? Millinery, Embroideries, Eibbons, Lnces. m Fnnoy Aprons, Pinafores, Ladies' and Infants' I Boots and Shoes, splendid selection rind every i f kind of ...

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

Special A.ilvei'tiM«uiuitfM. /VUEEN'S GHAMMAlt SCHOOL. KJ EMU HAY. Pbikoipai, :— J. HAMILTON UOVCE, Certificated Trained Teacher, Melbonrnu University; Certificated - Tcnclicr, Drawing, Drill, Gymnastics. Senior Lady Assistant :— Miss S. do It. MUJIBY, Certificated l'rniual Teacher Junior Lady Assistant : — Miss SI. BMW, Melbourne University. Tlie course of Instruction includes English in all its branches, Latin, French, Mathe matics, &c. Prospectus nnd terms on nppli cutioti to the Principal. JI.tXK O*- VAX DlX^IXar'g X.A.XJMI.iiiiited. A BlUNCHof this Bank is NOW OPEN at DDHNIE, Emu Bay, under the manage ment of Mil. A. E, IlAitnmox. Vf. 0. DROWNE, Manager. Tp BANK OF AUSTRALASIA (Incorporated by Itoynl Charter 1835), CAPITAL PAID UP ? £1,000,000. RESERVE FUND ? C80n,(-0O. Branches in London nnd throughout lie Australian Colonies. AGENTS AIiL OV13U THK WOULD. Last lmlf -year's Biilnnce Slieet shows — Deposits and other Lia bilities ? JEl«l182I3«l 14 « Coin Securities, Adva...

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

Mrs. Brown (at Mrs. Smith's tea) : ' Ob, dear, that dreadful Miss Smith is singing again. I wondor what started her ?' Tom Brown (agod sevon) 'I dropped a niokol down hor baok when sbo wasn't looking.' A thunderstorm made Borangor a poot a mother's kiss made West a painter, ai.fl thr:e-haifi)ciico a lino makes a man n jour ttlist. STEWART DAI SON & CO,, WATOIt MANUI'AOTUUKUS AND JKWKIil.UUS, 07 KiviuiKon-Hli'U'jl, Mollj iitrnu. KNQJ.lSlt LKVIOIl WATOIIKS. KNGL1S11 hlSVKH WAT0UK8. rill 1H Debt anil most rellablu 'rimckccnorA JL in the World. Tho largoxt anil bust stool; in Australia lo Boluet from, FIKTY PKn OIONT. UKUKll USUAL 1'HIOKS. filnco Iho CHtabllHbmcul of their buslncKs in AiiHtruliii, H.I), ami Cn, havo made, no alteration In their prices, and while thoy con tinue us before, several elates of the watches havo boon coiiHhtumbly improved, so that by ordering fram H.D. and Co. tbo piiblfuKot UHTTKll YAliUM THAN KVKll. Ko Miilillo Men's Profits to 1'ay. dC»/ir/(! H.U. n...

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THE ZEEHAN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

THE ZJPP RAILWAY, ' ' Tho Engineor-in-Chlef hns furnished the 'Minister of Lands with a progress report on ''tho arrangements made in .connection with tho survey of the overland railway route, of i' which thefollowing,rofcrs,to tho Wamtah ?' v-ZeoKrfnf-'survby u— Arrangements.. ,hayp,;becn '''mnflo for securing .thcBervice8.and.rutltisiiig' ''? tho;long bush experiences, of Mr,) Boll, the '?'?' well known- prospector? on these piirts, who ? -..?.?^fll'bf accompanied; by:;M.r. Sate, JnM-ly ????' ft'Etin|?:aS assistant tindqr, Mi-.. Sheard .on the -;' :EmH -BaynmLWyjiyariliSurvcy.: The general charge of the survey will bo uiuior.SlrJrO; -?' Shenrit, nnd1- nfter-the ? preliminary , trials! of ' _4 ?'?'the most critical portions have been mntle by J -™ 'Mr.' Salej anothor experienced surveyor will' -'?'' bo sent down i to assist him, .with nn..c,xtra assistant if found necessary. I. do not ! ? 'propose^to incur. the- Increased* cost of the work by starting from AVaratah if. a more advan...

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

11OU\RT. ? Tuesday Night. In consequence of the inconvenience which; ?would bo caused to some of the Stnto school teachers by the non-rccelpt of their salaries until nftcr tho end of the year, tho Treasurer has issued a speolnl authority for the advance o£ the pay of tho teachers' salaries before the hcIiooIs break up for their holidays on Friday noxt, those cases only being exceptcd. in which returns nml data have not been re ceived by tho Education oflleo. Messrs. W. H. Bell and A. 11, Browno have been appointed Justices of tho Peace for Emu Bay. The tender of T. Johnston, *U7/1B/., for Pine-rand nud clovlntion from mnln-road, hns been accepted.

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TURN IT ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

TURN IT BOUND. Some pcoplo sooni to havo tho most nn happy knack of turning ovorythiug tho ' seamy ' sido outwards. Thoy make oven pltasant things seom disagrooablo by tho way tboy talk about thorn, managing Bomehow to stir up everybody's cross tempers, and to put a big oxtinguishoi- on all good humour and ohoorf ulness. Litt In Kitty nnd May are highly busy nt their dollVhouBO. It is very interesting work, and they don't want to bo interrupted, for the dolls aro 'moving,' and tlioro is a great deal of swooping uml cleaning to do But in the middle twclvo-year-old Madge comes in and upsets oil the fun. ' Come,' sho says in a sharp tone, 'clear up thin litter and be quiok about it, you can't stop hero, Mothor's got a heailuchu and wiuit-i to Ho down and bo quiet, and so I'vo got to take you out, and wo can't como bank for an hour. Just as I'm reading that ubw book, too, its a shamo.' The littlu girls look up at their aistor's vory ilis contented face in dismay. Thoy don't want to go o...

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TUBERCULOSIS IN SLEEPING CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

TUBEKOUXOSIS IN SLEEPING 0A11S. Dr. Whlttnkcr, of Cincinnati, has lately drawn attention to tlio palace car as a me dium tor (ho dissemination of tuberculous diecaso. Ho snys that tlio cars, owing to the caprico of individual travellers, are generally ill ventilated, and tlien; is no regard paiil to tho liability of infection through tbo sputum. Tho point is tho same -as tlt.it .raised by. u traveller with respect to ships' cabins, but' in como of tbo express trains n passenger may be confined in im atmosphere containing tu bertuloUB dust for days together. Ho urges tbo replacement of plush by leather, of enr pots by rugs, of curtnins hy wooden or leather screens, nnd inter alia tbo provision ot sc2-a- ri'tn ctiimiiiirtn'.'T''.' ' ?? ! ? '' 'u

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DEATH OF MR. DALLAS THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 17 December 1890

DEATH OF MR DALLAS, THE INQUEST. . (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT)     An inquest on the body of the late Robert     Dallas, sen, was held at Rocky Cape on Saturday- last, before Mr. G. Anderson, coroner.             The evidence of Sub-inspector, Grubb   showed- that on examinationof the body of   deceased he found the right leg brokon above the knee, the neck, chest, and shoulders bruised; and the head and face very much discoloured, suggesting suffocation. Blood had been flowing from the mouth and ears. Henry Adams, driver of the mail cart be- tween Detention and Stanley, deposed that about 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Friday, the 12th inst., he came upon an overturned dray on the Detention sand banks. The horse had freed himself from the harness with the exception of the tugs, and the deceased was underneath the dray face downw...

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

THE FUNERAL Of the late Mr, R. Dallas took place at Wyn- yard on Sunday last, Mr. Dallas having some time ago expressed his wish to-be buried at that town. The coffin was brought from Rocky Cape on Sunday morning, the vehicle conveying, it having- left the deceased's late residence at half -past 8 o'clock. At various places along the road the mournful proces-   sion received additional horsemen or vehicles, and by the time Wynynrd was reached there were a great many followers from all parts   of the Coast. As Mr. Dallas was a member of the Masonic body, a Masonic funeral — the first which has yet taken place on the   Coast — was accorded him. Several brethren from Burnie, together with other members of the Poulett lodge residing at Wynyard, and some visiting brethren— in all about 28— walked, some distance out to meet the   funeral, thus considerably, adding to the number of mourners, and when the cortege entered the town it was fu...

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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 20 December 1890

S1I1M»IN«. , ? iivii^npEi'.. ? ARRIVED . Decombor 17.— b'lliulors,' b.s., 018 tons, J, V. DcntJov, from- Jiiiunpeston nnd Dovonpurt, Decdmbbr'lB.— Mbrctou, b.b,, 581 tons, W. 11, Farmer, from Melbourne. .;?? .SAILED. Dceembbr 17.— Fllnilera, s.B., S118 Ioiib, J. ' V. Bentloy, for Melbourne. ?' '?; Doeomber 10. — Jtoroton, s.b,, f)81 tons, W. 11. Farmer, for Vovonporb nnd Lniinceston, ' Tho Jtoroton arrived from Melbouriio illmnf. nn Thunnlnv vvonliur. with n laruo gouoral cargo, including 7HU casks of cement. Sho nlBO had ' ibOO Bhoop on board, 12 of which were landed here, Tho Moroton left for Devonport nud Launcoston at noon yes terday. Tho Flindors arrived from Lnunocston and Dovonport on Wednesilny nfternoon, nnd nf ter diBclmrglng enrgo nnd tnking on board Boveml passengerss, left for Melbourno at 0.80 p.m. The following wero the passen gers : — Mcsdamcs Fist nud Grant, Misses Grant ftwo), Messrs. A. Wilson, J. A\r. llogors,':Tnylor, P. Fitzgerald, and 8 in tho eteemgo. An alte...

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CORRESPONDENCE. Queen's Grammar School. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 20 December 1890

UOKJUESJPttaiDENCJB. GtnnuttH'N tfHi'itiniDinv EJiitliowl. fTO TUB ISDITOIt.i Sir, — Will you kliully allow me to oDiruct ono or two omissions In your lengthy report of the annual distribution of prizes in con nection with, tho fjuoen's 0 mmrnnr Sehool,on Tuesday, ,.pvbnhig last, In tho prlio list the Kiitrllsli Group prko wluuurn' nnines hav« been overlooked. They wcru na follow: — Ada Jowett I, Minnie Lawnon 2, A. Aldor son I), AV. Scott I, H. Shonnl fl, Francis Dorrndnlo, G, Tho result of the special mathematical prize as published ou AVud nosihiy, should have rend the ' Launooaton Kxnmlner ' Mathematical Prizes, and woro won by .Tosslo Wlseinan and Ada Jowott, the lntter scoring very fow marks loss than the former. This nuuual gift wns obtained from tho proprietors of tho ' Laiiuccston Kxnmlner' by Mr. L. Collins of this town, and I wns sorry to notice in the list of those ladies nnd gentlemen who had given dona tions lo thu prize fund, thnt this particular gift had not been men...

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CABLEGRAMS. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 20 December 1890

CABLE GEAMS. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [By Subjiaiiine Cable.] (FH03I OUK OWN OOllllESl'OXDENTS.) VICTOULt, Melbourne, Fridav. Before the great strike terminated the ?Steamship Owners Association established si Free Labour Bureau anil were supported by n majority o£ free labourers. Work along side Hie wharf to-day was, however, almost suspended. On the Wnihom nnd other vessels no men wero working j there were hundreds round the steamers rendy to work but resolutely refusing to get tickets from the bureau. At the City Court to-day n wharf lnbourcr, for assaulting a man named Dyson, who was in charge o£ the Free Labour Bureau, and using insulting behnviour, was Cued £'- or a month's Imprisonment. A two-roomed house nt lipping occupied by :i man and wife and four children was burned. The husband was at work and the mother rescued three oE her children, but the poor woman was a helpless spectator while her little son was burned to death. The youth Twist was charged with setting lire to the Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 20 December 1890

,0-. DUUfflELU, ; It 0 O K S K I, I- E H , S'l'ATIOXEK , AXD ft'.VSCV BBWMtMOKT, AV 1 b S O X - S T It E K T, 11 U It X 1 K, 'OliTUHNS thanks for the suiiport nc IX eonlcil him the puit six years, and hn-vlliK hili I In n wluct nnd useful r.wiortuivut of I'lincy Articles for Cliristinns l'resunts woidd nsk fur n cniitinunnee iif pnst fnvmuv. Cliristinris, N'ew Year, nnd Birthday Cards in Ri-eat variety, also a splendid asHortmeut of Dolls and other Toys.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 20 December 1890

1 NEW SOUTH WALKS. Sydney, Friday. The Assembly sat until 1 v'eloek this morning on the Appropriation Bill, which passed committee. ? Parliament will be prorogued on Monday.

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MOUNT HICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 20 December 1890

PUNT HICKS, ? o ? (1'nOJt OUK OWN COWIEBl'OXDEKT). The residents of the populous nud splendid agricultural district of Mount Hicks have erected, about live miles from AVynynrd, on tho AVynyarcl-Wnmtah road, n very pretty nml comfortable building for religious purposes, in connection with the Methodist Free, Chm-oli Circuit. This was opened tor divine worship last Sunday morning by Itev. W, H. Dowo, who preached a very practical sermon on ' Family Ueliglon ' from Acts xvi, !I2, 88, .34. There wns a full ntlendaucc, nnd a liberal collection in aid of tho Building Fund. Sirs. D. E. Duulnm led tho singlug, Miss Morey oillcinting at the r»v*mn A Konolnl Kurvipn u-na linld nf. flivna j'elock, tho building ngain being crowded. Roy. T. Kills was the preacher, his thoino Ijclng ' The Church's One Fuundntlon ' from I Cor., ill, 11. On Tuesday lnst tho opening festival took place. Dinner wns prepared nt one o'clock, ind so numerous were the visitors from Wynynnl, 13 inn Bay, nnd ndjnecnt place...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 20 December 1890

(tUJUftSLANI). Bnisn.VNU, Fridav. Mr. Dixon, the manager of thoToowoomba railway station, was drowned yesterday whilst bathing.

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"The Queen of the Seasons." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 20 December 1890

' Tlic -tii«cti of the getiNiMt*.' For some time past there has been n good deal of excitement amongst our juveniles In tho preparation of the pleasing cantata, ' Queen of tho Seasons ' or ' May-ilny Festival.' This very enjoyable composition wns presented to a AVynyard audience for the first time on Wednesday evening lnst, and was very highly enjoyed by thosa nrraniit. The attendance was very satis factory nud the result of tho entertainment will bo an addition of between £8 and £0 towards the fund for the reduction of the debt on St. Stephen's Church. The various seasons were admirably represented , and the fantastic dresses decked with tho choicest tokens of tho season were not only attractive but highly tasteful. 'The Queen' was excellently portrayed by Jllss Slater, nml the various koIos fulling to her lot wore very nicely rendered, and well received. ' Spring ' in all the freshness anil boiiuty of animated nature, received full justice at tho hands of Sliss C. J. Stutterd, whi...

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