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Smoke Prevention. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

Smoke Prevention. Attempts to prevent tho formation of amoko havo hitherto mainly had rofereiico to tho firegrate or the boiler furnace. At tention is now being given to the fuel it self, and an invention is now being brought out for treating coal chemically so as to provent smoko being formed or noxious gases being ovolvod. In this invention a solution of cortaiu chomical is proparod, U Wllioh tho COal is rlinnnrl. 'lin nflnni on tho coal is stated to bo tho concentra tion and hardening of its constituents, Tho effect of burning tiio coal thus treated was.ploTnly seen at a demonstration which recently took placo at Willis's Rooms, St. James's, and at which wo wore present. Thoro wero two largo iiros burning in open grates, ono fed with ordinary coal and tho othor with tho treated coal. Tho ordinary coal firo gavo, of course, the usual results of smoko and flame, while the fire of treated coal was all but smokeless, but bright, and with plonty of llamo. Tiio Uro, in fact, was woll m...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Wynyard Hack Races. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

Wynyard I|ack Haces, The nnnunl mco meeting of tlio Table Cnpo Hnok llnce Club, nt Wynynrd on Bntunlny last, whb generally ndmittcd to be tlio most successful gathering yet held. The weather wns fmo nnd plensnnt, nnd a very good nftornoon's sport wns provided. Visitors were present from Kmu Day, Cam, Bont Harbour, Flowenlalo, nnd other districts, tho attchdnncc being about 700. Although the starters in tho principal events wore not very nuinnmitK. rnt smuQ pood l'llilllillET wns wit ncsscd, nnd Micro woro a couple of. splendid finishes, tho best being in tho Flying Handi cap, in which Wild Uose, with A. Alexander up, beat Lndy Fergus on tho post by about half a neck. Aloxniider showed considerable judgment, nnd won very cleverly. Only one accident occurred during tho day, which wns fortunately not of n serious character. When nenring tbo finish in tho Hnndlcnp Hack Knee the order of tho horses was — Lady Fergus; running In the middle of the course ; Wild lions, miming on tho near si...

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VARIETIES. WHITE ANTS IN AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

VARIETIES. WHITE ANTS IN AtfRiaA,. ? Tho whilo ant of Africa is about a nuartoi of an ineli in length with a flat hnrd hoad terminating in a pair of sharp horizontal nippers, resembling in Bh'apa the olnws of-n . orab with whloh tho owner oan inllinl a wound quito Bovcro enough to cause gical in convenience) to the unhappy intruder on Us domain. Their homo is quiot, a work ot art, consisting of a mound of earth ronoliing in somo oasos to tho hoight of twolvb feet. In tho oontro just abovo tho ground is tho chclf coll. ocounfod bv tho nuoon and horhnsbnm' Hound tho royal ohambor is a whol o labyrinth of vory small rooms inhabited by thu Boldicrs and workers, betWoon theso and tho outer wall of tho building aro tho bIoio rooms and nurseries in which are bestowed tho egg laid by tho queen ant, who lays thorn at tho rate of nonrly sixty a minute and this ofloii eon timicB night and day for two years in which timo fifty million eggs havo been laid. To oonncot tho outer world with tho ins...

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The Story of a Portrait. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

The Story of a Portrait. It was tho portrait of a lovely glrliat face, blooming na it fresh Juno roaojusl oponing to tho sunliglit and tho hrcczo ; a happy faeo, whosu roil lips, ouvlod and diuiplod in a winning smile, and whoso brown eyes hold tho voritablo aimahlno of tho hoart imprisonod inthoirfioftlylatigli ing depths. It was well painted too— ex- eeodingly woll painted. A fooling of sur prise stole ovor mo. How came this un framod gem — a thing of ovidont moritand value — upon this poor and humble cottago wall % ' mn'a'tnl' said a gontlo voieo beside mo. ' Host folks do that, My daughter's por trait, ma'am, takon at soventoon.' Tho speaker was my landlady, a gentle, kindly woman, ignorant — so far as books and aohools woro ooncornod— hut wiso by tho experiences of a pure though suuoring lifo, and full of good Christian thought and kindly feeling. She stood looking at tho portrait with a loving smile. ' The only child God over gave mo, ma'am, and my heart was set on hor. All th...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

11 1 should novor call Dr. ]3olus in,' ox claimod Hoppor. ' Why, ho's only (it for a pig doctor.' 'How's that?' inquired Obard. ' Why, you know with pigs they kill thorn first, and euro them aftorwards.' Fashionable bootmakers can't nhvuya euro Indies' bopti if thoy nro bad, but they heel them. A flounder cast into strango waters said ' thore'H no pl;iico liko homo.' A good many penplo take a seaside view of things this time of tho.vear CtOvcniMiciiitArtVttrtiNciiiciiiffi CJALE 01' CUOWN LANDS AT EJIU k5 HAY. Crown Lands O/lice, lath November, 1800. Notice ir hereby given, Hint the several Lots of Crown Land hereinafter described will be put up for wile by public nuction on Tuesday, the !!Oth day of December, 18110, at 12 o'clock, nt Emu Hay, by Mr. William ?loncs, sbject to. Ilia provisions oE 'The Waste Lauds Act, 1870.'* The lots will be fold in reference to men, as 'more or less;' any future claim for compensation as to any alleged error of nrea will not therefore be entertained...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

CiOVCl'llUMilltArtVtil'tiNttlllCJltM Public Works Ofllce, liobnrt. rpENDKHS will bo received nt this Olllee JL till 10 n.m. on tho respective dates ns given below, for the umler-meiitioiied Works. Tenders must be in necordnnce with the proscribed Form, and endorsed on envelope 'Tender for ? ' Plans nnd specifications can bo seen at this Ollicc, ami nt the under-mentioned places. Wednesday, December 81 , 1800. ' Hoad — llniuilton-on-Forth to Lcith Sta tion — Contract 4. Specifications at Post Olliccs, Lntrobe anil llamilton-ou-fortli. Road — Snssafrns lloail to Junction — Con- tract 2. Specifications at Post Olliccs, LnlroVio nnil H-nscnV Creek. Jetty — Stanley Harbour. Plans nnd speci fitntlons nt Public Works Office, Laiuiccston, itcHldent Engineer's OHlce, Kmu liny, nnd Jlastor Warden, Police Ofliee, Stanley. lloc.ds-Cani and Senbrook-Hnnil, Wyuyniil to Wn r.'. tab— Contract 25. Specifications at Pout Ollices, Wynyard and Itimilc. Wednesday, 7th January, I81II. Hoad— Coal Mine Phi...

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LONDON, DEC. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

LONDON, Deo. 24. (Additional to Previous Telegrams). Professor Smart, of the Sydney University, who wns deputed by tho New South AVnlcs nud South Australian Governments , to en quire into tho cftlcaoy of Professor Koch's consumption cure, has mada a report, iu which ho expresses his belief that the use of lymphs will prove injurious in ndvanced ? _j- ..n.t.f_ *_..i ,i._t ii ...m i._ i. ? n_f_i utiQus ui iii»MiBia, uui- nitm il tun uu ijuuviiviui iu the earlier stages of the disease. He pro nounces the alleged euro a grent discovery, but declares that tho precise valuo of the remedy has not yet been determined. Pro fessor Ko'eli has promised to Biipply Dr. Smart with some lymph to take with him to Sydney, where ho will glvo a series of lee'-, tares nnd demonstrations of the curb in March next. Dr. Siriart deprecates the idea of Australian patients proceeding to Berlin. The North Kilkenny election resulted in the return of Sir John Pope Hennessey, the M'Carthyite, by n majority of 111...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

PRINTING eveuy unHoiifprtoN IJXEOltTI'D AT TUB WellingtoiiTinies Office, NEATLY, CHEAPLY .AND. AT TUB ?.''??? BHO'n'lliST N 0T1 OE. jggiMineNM arotlcew. ? a~m¥ery okbibtmab,' ' 18SI0. : ? I For Cl\ristn\as Goods go to j ' BIGGS'S,! HOIM SIKKKT. The Cheapest and Best on the Coabt. | CURRANTS, Raisins, Tool, Sugar, Ten, Coffee, Kloc, Matana, Hago, bnlmon, Sardines, Tinned l'ruils, Jams and nil lioces Ses ami luxuries, specially reduced for C1GSCwnre, Crockerywarc, Vanev Goods, } Ax^cs Hundes, Brooms, Tubs niuiBuckets, Mnt'l™ Nails, Wall Papersand other 'illtVSSb&l'nnU, Shirts, Box, Mole., Singlets, S'W Tics, nt less than , wholesale prices for Christmas. Dress Goods— CaBhmores, Prints, Muslins, BoxcTRobcs, Trimmed and Untrlinmed jnnTnery' E nbrol.lerlcs, Ribbons, Laces, Fanov Anrons, Pinafores, Ladies' mid Infants' ( «S and Sloes, splendid selection and every kind oE^rni ery Kpceially reduced thU month. J Twenty l'or cent saved by purchasing from II. Rioas. . I Goods delivered...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

- Hiioclnl Artvoi'tisomcnfsi. Tp BANK OF AUSTRALASIA (Incorporated by Roynl Olmrtor 1885). CAPITAL PAID UP ? ,61,800,000, RESERVE FUND ? £800,000. Branches In London and throughout tl o Australinn Golontos. .AOENTB ALL OVEB THE -WOULD. Last half -year's Balance Sheet shows— Deposits nml other Lin- . bllitics ... ... £10,152,201 14 s Coin Securities, Ad vnncos ? and Premises ? «18,070,!)01 0 0 North West-Coast Branches — Sheffield, Latrobc, Dovonport, Ulvorstono, Emu B.iy, nnd Tnblo Capo, NORTH WEST COAST, - Dentistry Notice. MR. A. J. HALL, SURGEON DENTIST, of St. Jolin-Btreet, Lnunceston, mny bo consulted as follows : — West JlovonilOl't, at Falrthomo and Sons, Chemists, on Snturdny, Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, December 27, 20, 31, and Janunry 1, 1801. tintl'Ol»«5,'ntHattdnnnd Laws, Chemists, on Tuesday, December 80. JFordl, nt Gardiner's Hotel, on Friday, ? ? Jnnuary 2. . . VlVCl'Stonc, nt RockllfE's Hotel, on Saturday, Janunry 8. Pcnffllln, at Anthon's Hotel, on Mon day, Jan...

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Launceston. T.T.C. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

Launceston, ? *. ? (FItOJI Oim OWN COllUESt'ONDENT.) T.T.C. SIKBT1NG. The first race meeting of tho fas innnlan Turf Club on n, Boxing Day, held on Friday last passed' off in n mnnncrtlmt exceeded the most snugiilnc expectations of sneccsf of all concerned. The weather wns magnificent and the attendance very large. Jlr. J. B. Curmn noted nsstnrtorfor the first time and carried out his duties with every satisfaction. The various events reunited ns follows : — llnuilicnn Hurdle — Kearney's Wnmtnh 1, Chapman's Ariel 2 ; live slnrtcc. Maiden Plate— Kearney,* Atnbl 1, Wilson's Aus tralasian 2 ; seven stnrtcd. Two-Yenr-Olds Kruskn's Colenso 1, M'Clulchey's Papnpa 2 ; four started. Christinas Handicap — Aguew's Jtneqiiarie 1, M'Olutehoy's .Dick Turpln 2, Kearney's ,, Compeer . »(?? nine started. Steepleelmsd— lluby I, Peter Flat 2. Hall way Handicap— Jl'Clutchey's St Clair 1, Doyle's Trixton 2.

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CARRICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

CAMUCK 'MACES. The annual Boxing Day Meeting was attended with miieh success in spito of the notion of tho T.T.C. holding their meeting on the mine day. The weather was lino, but the receipts were no.nly £l!0 less than last year, The various events resulted lis follow : — HuiiIIot — Highlander 1, Howiillnn: 2, Maiden— Battle Abbey 1, Lnurol 2. Onrrlak Pinto — J. Powell's Jnek-ln-lho Green 1, M'Olutehoy's NIohu II, Agnow's Nliius !l j six started. Two-ye.ir-olds — Silvor- stream I, Jtusk Llnno 2, Whit.) IlosoB. I'lwsa wore tho only starters : White Itosa un shipped hor rldor by colliding with a post. Steeplechase — Fretwork 1, Bothwoll 2. Tony Trotting — Iionn-l, Sarah 2. Flying Handi cap — Allsploo 1, Molynoaux 2. Tho various river excursions wore well patronised. The JIontngu-Turner Opera Company commenced a short season in the Acadomy of JIusle on Boxing Night.

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Wynyard Athletic Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 December 1890

Wynyard Athletic Sports, Committeo of Management. — Messrs. AV. -W. Garner, 1*. Cullen, J. Shovonan, AV. Garner, J. H. Stutterd, F. Stutterd, A. N. AVrlght, J. Toomey, L. Fleming, G. A. Alcxandor. Startor — AAr, Garner. Judges — J. Shevonan and O. A. Alexander. Treasurer — F. Stuttord. Hon. Sec.— A. N. Wright. ? The sports meeting at AVynyard on Boxing Day, in connection with the Tnblo Cnpe lodge of tho I.O.O.F., pnssed off very success fully. Tho day wns flno nnd pleasant, as the heat of the sun wns tempered by a strong wind. Owing to the length of tho pro gramme, several events lind to bo omitted, viz., the Badger Race, Suck Race, Three - legged Race, Egg nnd Spoon Race, and Tilting at the Ring. As it was the meeting was continued until 7.80 p.m. The attend ance was estimated nt fully 700, nnd wns in excess of previous years. Arrangements hnd been mndo for tho Tablo Cape BrasB Bnnd to perform on the ground, but for some reason they did not put iu an appenrnncc. The secretary infor...

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Fever Beds. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

Itovur Hurt*. To tub Editod, Slit, — It wns with pleasure I l-ea' your remarks re the state of thcAlrniuago of some of the streets of Dunilc, nnd I think n great deal more might yet W said on the subject. I do not know whose work it Is to look after these matters, but If something is not done, and that very speedily, in some of the streets —notably Mount nnd Ladbrook streets — where nil the refuse and fllt'i from tho back ynrda of hotels, Butcheries and other places is nllowcd to drain into tho street gutter*, there to bo paddled in by ducks, etc., till it becomes evaporated by tlio heat of the nun (thus throwing off tho most lonthsonic and poisonous odours), wo Bhall bo visited by typhoid and otlur malignant diseases, and Intttonil nf becoming a paultorlum and the resort of holiday soakers as it should, Burnlo will be a hotbed for Iho germs of disease mid death.,/, ; limping tlio authorities will speedily look liilb'ithis matter and see that such n stntu of aitnirs is romcilled bof...

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CORRESPONDENCE. Wynyard Postal Matters. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

€OltJU;Sl»OXIH:\- I, Wynyni'rt P«»Ktnl 91 attei'M. ., ' . (TO . THE EDJTOJJ.) Sib, — I desire to bring under tho notice of the authorities, through itho medium of your paper, tho unsatisfactory state of affairs in connection with the Wynyard Post Office — . especially in the matter of delivery of mails Timo after timo myself, and others hnvosont or called nt the office for mail nnd been told there wcro no letters or papers, but upon sending again a few hours after — no coach Iinvtng arrived in the meantime — have re ceived letters. Thisccrtainly shows negligence in tho sorting of mails, nnd is n matter tlint requires immediate alteration. But on Boxing Day tho climax of bungling and iinnoynnce was attained. A notice was posted nt the office to tho cflect that it would be closed from 10 n.m. to 0.80 p.m. Most per sons would infer from this that it would be open before nnd after tho hours named. .But this was not so. Those who called at tho olHco in tho morning beforo 10 o'clock were ...

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A SILVER BOOM. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

A. 8IKVXR IIOOJH. On all sides wo (' Zcehaii Dundas Herald') hear it prophesied that there will bo a boom in Zeehan and Dundas silver mining stocks in January next, and from tho /4giiH and Indications of the times this prophesy bids fair to bo renllsed ; that tho speculating section* of our neighbouring colonists Is nibbling nt our silver bait has been uppareut for sometime, and with tho Visits paid us by lioinorous mumbniy of tho Melbourne Stook Exohango, and tho favour .able impression made upon tho roprosoiitntivo of tho ' Argun ' by tho aspect of tho field, it Is reasonable to expect tlint thoro will ba a rfco nil along Iho lino In nil stocks which aro will hold, mid whoso mining ' shown ' rondor thorn worthy of confidence. So far, theso promising-looking mines arc In tip majority, for thoro aro.fow, if .any, sections converted iiitocompnnles which have nothing .to'| justify Iho confidence whloh has been placed In thorn by tho speculating public, whether it bo of a grontoror los...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

JIIMXG NEWS. [Mining managers are respectfully re quested to 'forward their reports as early ns possible. Any items o£ news for insertion under this heading will be thnnkf ully ? re ceived.] Tho North-West .Const correspondent of tho ' Dally Telegraph ' Bends the following particulars of a reported discovery of silver near Ulvcrstono : — Somo important Bllvor developments are reported from tho vicinity of tho Dial Hangos. For somo time past work has been going on in this locality by a few men, mid on Friday news wns received that tho lode was struck. Assays from two sections nt various depths up to 80ft gave good results of both gossau and gnleua carry ing silver. On Saturday a party from Ulverstono wont out to inspect the find — amongst them was Dr. M'Call, M.H.A. — and on reaching the. locality they mot with another party from the Penguin. Several blocks have been pegged out. It is said that a large area is showing outcrops of gossan. On the section worked by Messrs. Sharp and Web...

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Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

Entertainments, On New Year's Night tho Wamtah Dramatic Company will appear at the Burnie Town Hall, when they will produce the well-known and popular performance, ' The Octoroon, or Life in Lousiana.' The com pany recently produced this piece In Wamtah when ,it was received with tho, greatest approval by n very largo audience, iuiil tho h'ctlng' of thb-prlnclpal performers' much appreciated. A crowded house may bo anticipated. The performance will bo in aid of tho building fund of tho now Catholic Church, Bumie. Those persons wishing to obtain a little pleasant diversion on tho sports ground at Burnie, oil Thursday, will ba able to do so. Antonio's Wonders will be exhibited on the ground anil will provide tho opportunity. The exhibition consists of snake charming, sword swallowing, performing dogs, birds, and monlsoys, the Indian ensk mustory, Punch mid Judy, will well repay n visit.

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VERY COMPLIMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

VERY C0MPLI&IENTAR?. A fow days sinco a wedding breakfast was given by a substantial farmer, blessed with liva daughters, tho oldest being tho bride, when a neighbour, a young fanner, who wns honoured with an invitation, thinking no doubt ho ought to say something smart and complimentary upon tho event, r.iid address ing tho bridegoom, snid : ' Well, you hevo got tho pick of tho batch !' Tho counten ances of tho four unmurried ones, as may be imagined, were a study.

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Excursions. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

Excursions, Tho only wntor excursion announced fs that of the,B.s. Wakefielil, which will leave Stanley at 4 a.m. and lturnle nt 8 a.m. to morrow for tlio Mersey Itegattn, returning the Hiuno night. Tho fares aro 8/. from Stanley and I,/, from Bumic, children halt, price. Those who arc fond of excursions by water will find this a most enjoyable way of upending tho holiday. Several excursions into tho country and picnics have been arranged at different places, but none of a public character arc announced.

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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

S1IIPI»Ij-CI. iiuinvru. ARRIVED. Docombor 20. — Phantom, ketch, lv tons, P. Tumor, from Lnuuccston, December 80.— Horbort, s.s., 180 tous, G. Tnit, from Lnunceston nnil West Dovonport, December HOi— Morotou, s.s., B81 town, W. B, Fnrmor, from Melbourne via Stmiloy. SAILED. Deeombor 80.— Herbert, s.b,, 189 tons, W. Tnit, for ilncqunrlo Hnrbonr. Tlio Flinders which loft for Slolboumo on on Saturday last took tlio following pas. sengors :— Mcsd.imes. J. Pennant nnd Q, Lane, Mr. North nnd one steerage The kctoh l'luuitom, which nrrl veil hero on Monday f rom Launceston under chnrlcr to tlio U.S. Co., brought n full cargo coniistiiuj of 80 bags nslies for Mr. K. M. Urownp, 11 bngs onto T. Hildor, a quantity of pig iron for the BiscIiofE Company, nnd sundries. Sho oxpeets to return to Lnunccstou this morn ing. Owing, wo nre informed, to incrcaso intho quantity of cargo to bo carried, tbo Flinders has boon withdrawn from tho Norlh-lVcst Coast sorvioo nnd tho Flora put on In her place. Tho ...

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