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DISASTROUS FIRE AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

H1T1»XEV. A\ru extract the following additional imr tieularsof tho great fire which occurred at Sydney hist Thursday from our exchanges, brief particulars of which were given in our telegrams :- The most disastrous lire that has overtaken place in Sydney broke out about half-past two on Thursday morning in the most crowded part of the city, in a narrow lane known as Moore-street, which is lined on each side by warehouses. In this street Gll.bs, .Shallard, and Co.'s printing ware house is the vhh't building, am! from it snmku was first -noticed issuing. it was some timu before tho engine arrived on the trwunc, and then it was found that all four floors or the building were thorouglilynndit. The whole of the available brigades were soon nt work, and siclilseew Hocked from all quarters, nnd to keep (he terribly ceiled crowd in check foot ami mounted police, and some of the Mounted Artillery, Bulnni-.riuo minors, and blue jackets were 'on;j.:ged. .Mayor Bimlekin wns present on horseback...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. The Wellington Times. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

CORlUBSPOXDEXCi:.' 'JCIie WcIEiilK'tmi TiiicoN. (TO Till: EDITOR.) Sir, — 1 sou a favourable notice ot your paper in mo* of your contemporaries. In this news from Biirnlo in one of tho Hobait papers, 1 see thu report of the gathering of thu principal inhabitants at your olllce to see thu lirs-t sheet of your paper printed. Your invitation was aucepted by many, some of whom assisted formally ns a sort of nmn iuur iicrmir/irti r* id thu birth of your |n|-er, and our worthy Burgomaster made very neat speech, giving your pnper uue ivrctjitian amieuhli: This proves that your paper did not come out like a thief in the night, or a ' sapling, chance sown by the fountain.' Since the nbovo took place 1 have seen several items of news f ram Burnie In a Laun ccston conteini-orary, some of major and some of very minor importance. 1 n one issue there nre two separate items by telegraph ; one is a minute description of n football match, the other of an abortive chopping mulch. But there has been n...

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ULVERSTONE FARMERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

/ vm.vh. The intnilmy mooting ofj the nbovo Club was hold on Saturday hist. Present — Messrs. J. Shaw (president), .1, Frampton (vice president), T. Wright, G. Lewis, It. Phillips, It. Crawford, F. A. Finch, W. McDonald, S. Mason, Dr. M'C.ill, M.H.A., ami thu Secretary It. S.'Tnylor. A new member, Mr. G. E. McDonald, was then proposed. ' ? The following account* were rawed for payment :— Thomas Stubbs, jCS/lii; S. W. MnrgottH, j:2/2/!l ; Stuttord Bros., 2/. ) Mr. It. Crawford said that he in comp-iiy with Mr. J. Frampton had inspected the work being done nt the Show Graliid by T. Hamilton, nuit they would recmiiineud that a further payment be made ofXO, when the ditching iluid .been ^completed by tliu con tractor, land would also suggest that an additional live chains be done which would effectually drain thu whole of the Hat. The pro|-osnl was agreed to nt 7/. per chain. Tender.-! were received from .nuctiouccs for the right of sellingnt nextshow sale, and the Secretary was instruc...

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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. THE LAND OF NEVERWAS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

CHILDREN'S COLUMN. THE. LAND OF NEVERWAS. Wlicro are all thoso Bhlning valloys whioh Wfl used to sing and rhyme, Purplo with tho dustercd fruitogo of the harvoBt's fields of timo 1 Whoi'o aro all thoso young ambitions, frame! in rainbows, aureolod With a hnlo mist of glory wovon from the sunsot'sgold? ' ? Gone boforo their realization, like efforts without a cause, , ... Vanished in tho. misty limbo of tho Land ot Noverwas I .;;.; ~'.~ ;../,'.':'?': '.'? Whom aro all ino'so'toppling oajtlao.-tiunret1''' tipped with moonlit . glows, Gay with youths and lnugmngmaidenB, thro* thoir echoing porticoes 7 Wlioro aro thoso norial brownstones witb their gargoyles of red mist, Touchod with sardonyx and tapax and with gold nnd amethyst? Thoy havo floated on tho summer clouds that novor wait nor pauso, Down below tho dim horizon of tho Land ol Novorwas I Wlicro aro all thoso golden galleons floating on tho tidcloss seas, With thoir sondal sails diatondod, bound tot tho Hcsperidcs, Bailing thro'...

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BANQUET AT WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

35 AJKJUK'JC i A.W WAIt Al'AH. A banquet took place at Alford's Hotel, on October 2, given by some ot tho leading people .in the district to Mr. A. 11. Browne, G.S. Mining Manager ot the (iodkin S.M. Co., in recognition of his services in opening up successfully tho Silver-fields at Whyte Itiver on the above-named company's pro perty. The tables were beautifully laid out, and' decorated with all kinds of native flowers, nnd too much praise cannot be given to Mrs. Alford for the artistic manner in which everything was arranged, After everyouu hnd partaken of the good things ot the table, the cliairnuin, .Mr. .1. Sengrave, J.I'., proposed the usual lnyal toasts which were heartily received. The chairman in n'very eulogistic manner pro|iosed tho health Jot the guest of tho evciilugt iwliieh wns drunk with enthusiasm and musical honours, Mr. Browne foelingly responded, and utter somo lengthy, remarks hoped ho would long continue amongst them mid he ahlo to prove himsolf of still further...

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SCHOOL LIFE IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

SCHOOL LIFE IN CHINA. Very much is thought of oducation in China, and if a poor boy takes literary honours ho can fill as high a position aa though he wcro a boy of rank. All boys, especially in the south of China, are orpeoted to go to school, but besided too mission schools there are not very many for girls. A tutor has not only to teach boys how to tead and to write, but politeness forms the basis of Chinese education, and tho many ceremonies belonging both to publie and private life havo to bo learnt at school. Very much troublo is ' also taken with the writing lessont, 'an elegant pencil ' being thought of great con sequence, and all tho mistakes made in tho writing lcBson tho master corrects with red ink. Liko boys of Japan, the Chinese learn their lessons out loud, and sometimes make a great clatter in the school-room whilodoing so. But boys may not talk togother in sohool, and to prevent their doing this tho desks are arranged somo distanco from one another. When a lesson is...

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WYNYARD. LECTURE ENTERTAINMENT AND COFFEE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

WYXYilKI). LKCTUnE ENTERTAINMENT AND COFFEE SOCIAL. A lecture entertainment on the subject of ' An Evening with Hood ' was given in the Wyiiynrd Town If nil on Fridny evening last, by tho Rev. W. If. Howe, in aid of the imuiMurs simuiiu. juciu was a \^ry goon attendance. Dr. Graham occupied the chair, nud in introducing the lecturer said tlmt those who had heard Mr. llowo lecture previously on similar subjects would count it a pleasure to hear him again, ami those who had not he was sure would be gratified to have the opportunity now. The lecture would refresh the memories of those who were already acquainted with 'Mood,' and to others II would give an introduction to one of the purest-minded ot humorous jioets that ever lived. The lecturer then delivered n very inter esting discourse, briefly reviewing the life of Tom Hood, from his early struggles to obtain fame to his last sickness and death, which were referred to in Very feeling terms. The lecture wns very attentively listened ...

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READY ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

READY ANSWEB. Tho great Itussian soldier, Marshal Savo roll, was in tho habit of asking his men diDicult questions, Bomotimes foolish ones, and bestowing favours on those who showed ready wit in ropiy. ? On ono occasion a general ot division sent him n sergeant with despatches, at the same timo recommending the boarer to Suvoroff 'a notice. Tho marshal, as usual, proceeded to test him by a series of whimsical ques tions. ' How far is it to tho moon ?' 'Two of your Excellency's forced marches,' tho soldier promptly replied. ' If your men began to give way in a battw, what would you do !' ? ' I'd tell them that just behind the enemy's lino thero was a waggon-load of good things to eat.' , , ' How many fish oro there in tho soo 7' ' Just as many as havo not been caught.' And so tho examination went on, till Suvoroff, finding his now acquaintance armed nt all points, nt length asked him, as a final poser. 'What is tho difference between your colonel and myself J' ??Tho difference is thi...

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METHODIST FREE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

MEWBttilMttHST B-'MBKIJ! cminioH. The quarterly meeting ot the representa tives, of the Jlcthodtst Fivo Churches of Penguin, Hum Hay, and Table Capo Circuit, was held at lJurnlo ycst'jrdny afternoon. Delegates were present representing Penguin, I'inewooil, Uurnie, stowport, Wynyurd, Cam ltoad, Mount Hicks and Flowenlale. After devotloml exercises, Kev. W. If. Howe was voted t j the chair. Itev. T. Ellis acted us Secretary. A considerable Increase in the number nf members attached to the various churches ill tlio district was reported The Ilniineial statement put before the meeting, showed a slight excess of Income over expenditure, for tho Einn Hay and Penguin division of the Circuit, and a slight dellcleuey for the Wynynnl division, which, however, it was expseted would be mnde up before the end of tho year. Tho invitation given to l!ev. \V. It. Howe, by tho Indi vidual churches, to remain a tifth year, was unanimously confirmed by the combined meeting. Itev. T. Ellis, who will hav...

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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

SHIPPING. lmnsrixi. ' ARRIVED . , . Dot, 7. — Stnr.s.p., Onptnlii Holyman, from Lnuncostbu nud Const ports, SAILED. Oot. 7.— Stnr, s.b., Captain Holymnu, for Table Capo. ? Tho b.b. Moroton is oxpcotodrto nrrlvo here torniorrbw from Melbourne. ' It is now con Blilorcil probnblo tlmt a regular weekly service iwlll bo recommenced butween Mol boumo. and tho North-West Const ports. Wo linVo aluo lioanl tlmt Messrs. ihuldart Parkorl nnd On, Intend calling nt Emu Day mid West Dovonport with tUo Ooogeo iib soon ns thoy get in working order. The Cqogeo is to Lonvo Melbournp for for Lnunccston dircot on tlio 14th inst., this being her )rst trip einco her over linul, She will return either on the lUtli or 17th iust., nnd tho regular time-table will then bo fixed. , Tho.B.B;. Star arrived at this port at 0 a.m. yesterday from Lnunccston nud Const ports, oho was one dny Into again this week owing to tho very rough weather prevailing along tho Goast.during tho last few days. The Star loft for Tab...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

NBW SOUTH WALKS. SynNEV. Tuesday. Tasmnulnn potatoes lira quoted at & 1/10. to £2/5. . . The only hope of a Conforonco depends 111)011 tlio decision of tliu Mnllinilt'lln Kin. ployoi-. : ?Tones was sentenced to six months for violently preventing a drayman from work Ing I Jones and others hit tlio driver a heavy blow 'i ? '?? *v.'-- .-?????'? ? At tlio Walsoiid Court uino miners em-' ployed under engagement innilo in England hoio summoned for -breaoh of agreement, having left work -without notice. Tlio case win illnmlsscd owing to a clerical error j fresh summonses will bo issued. In connec tion with a disturbance at Chowder Hay, yeslenlny, four women wore sentenced to lines or imprisonment, varying from three weeks to two months. A number of men wero sentenced to imprisonment from one week to four months.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

COMMERCIAL. Locally there is no chango to report In -? prices7; business in produce being almost nt a standstill. ft r,i.ThO' following nre tho latest Launceston quotations forwarded by our correspondent : ' — A little, brighter feeling exists in the grain and produce trade. A small enrgo of pota 'toes left this port during tho week, nnd other lots arc to follow by steamer for Mel bourne. The -local demand for grain and produce remains about the same, and a fair average of stuff was got through during the 'week. Flour [is soinewhnt dull at £10/10/. to.. £11 for stone brands, nnd £11/10/0 for toiler ; the price per sack ranges from £1/1/0 to. £1/8/0. .In diviry produce the increasing' production is telling on the value o£ fresh ? butter, 'and prices are only firm for best sorts. A great deal of inferior fresh is ; coming forward which has to be sold very cheap. Sepnmted butter still commands 1/1; best samples of linud-made 0/11, other .'? sorts 0/8 to 0/10, ' nnd inferior 0/1 to 0/tl...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, OCT. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

INTERCOLONIAL. NEWS, [BY SUBMAItl.VE CAUIiB.] (FHOM Otnt OWN COltltKBPOXDliXTrS.) VICTOKIA. MRMIOU1IKI3, OOT. 7. nu Executive of the Employers' Union, «t a meeting to-day, will deal with tile re quest ot the Trades Hall Committee for u oonforimcc unhampered by conditions. It M considered unlikely that the request will be granted. The coal supply is practically exhausted at 11 the foundries, hundreds of men arc thrown out of work. At South Melbourne , this morning, a ?.Oman wns burned to dcuth, her diiughtor { narrowly escaped. Tho will of Mr. Macintosh, wire worker, w.is lodged for probate. Deceased leaves ? the stock in the factory tn three employes j he has bequeathed .Cl,200 to the charities. At the Dctting Clubs to-day the latest 0Urng on tho Cnullleld Cup was 11)0 to 10 against Little Bcrniee, 10(1 to 8 Signnpore ; Iierby, 5 to L- against Titan, !) to 1 Gibmlta ; Melbourne, 10 to 1 against Carbine, Molos, Little Moratav'. \\ ,

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A CHRISTMAS ROMANCE IN THE ROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

A OHEISTMAS ROMANCE IN THE HOUGH. It was Christmas Evo. Btroots— brilliantly lit shop windows— toys —gay orowds— snow on tho ground— ovory- body out — Christmas turkoy. Jano Allalono wandorod alono — orowd — sweet, sad face — wistful eyes. ; Fivo yoars boforo, Jamos Goodygoody-— Christmas Evo — batrothod to Jana — sailed away — India — ship loBt— novor hoard of— foundered on coast of Afrioa. : . Jano— hold on to hopo— novor would marry ?-pined away — -£o. '? William Badybady— rich, corrupt, dissi pated — mortgago on Juno's mothor's house— foreolcmuro. Away villain I Ralhor povorty, crusts, &o. Turned out of doors — homaless. Down by tho dark rivor— 1'ior. No. 8. Sho was about to take the fatal plunge. In /not, Jano Allalono did. But just then the ship, with Captain Jamos Goodygoody, whioh had not boon lost at all, camo Bailing up to tha dock, loaded to Iho wator's crtgo with ohina, silk drossos, nnd ton. Captain' Goodygoody saw Jano struggling in tho rivor. Ho fished hor out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

llllMillCNN ftOtiCCM. flylan's Carriage Works, Mnrine Terrace nnd Lnilbroke-strcot, DuitMi:, Emu Hay. ANY description of Vehicle mitilu or repaired on tho shortest notice. Buggies ronovnteil, upholstered, ami ,re iiniiitcd nt reasonable rates. ; UDOB TOO1.S AND AOltlCUnTUnAI. IMPL13 . MKSTS MASUFACTtritKl). i HOUSE SHOEING A SPECIALITY. ?Toltn ai.vlaii, Proprietor. THE I.O.1K. STOKE, ,T. II. II A. T.JEN, l'ENGUIN. General stock of Drapery, Grocery, &c, at Lowest Prices for Cash. HootN ami NIioch a Speciality. Men's strong boots, to order, from 1!!/. T. KEHTNEB, lIulKler ami Contractor, liTJltNIE, KSIY BAY. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOll ALL CLASSES OF W0HK. Joining and Cabinet Wouk made to Ordeb. T- 0 1' A T 0 M A N U 11 E. BONEDUST, GUANO, Delivered carriage paid to nil Coast ports. Established 25 years. A.A. GUANO COMPANY. . Tnos. Hooahth, Manager. Cimitlere-strcct, Lnunccston. ? Q ALISH UK Y', SCOTT, and CO. ESPLANADE AND WILLIAM ST11EET WEST, LAUNCHSTON. Ironfouiidors, Millwrights...

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AGE-TELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

AGE-TELLING. . Here is a dovico by moans of which a smart youngster may for a fow moments puzzlo an elder. Tha youngBtor undertakes o toll tho ago of tho older. Ho bogins by taking as many nines as thcro aro figures in tho numbor whioh represents his own age, and from the number thus formed ho sub ? tracts liis own ngo. . Ho then tolls tho result to his senior, nnd requests him to add to it mentally his own age, and to take tho first figuro of tho resultant sum and add it to tho last. Upon learning tho sum of this addi tion, tho youngster adds it to his own ago, and thus obtains tho ago of his older. For example, lot the boy bo 14, nnd tho man 49. Thoro aro two figures in 14, and deduct ing 14 from 09, ono gets 85. Adding 85 to 4'J tho older gets 134, nnd romoving tha first figuro of the rosult nnd adding it to tho last, hogots 85. This is tho diffoionco between tho agos of the two, and by adding it to his own ago, tho youngster is ablo to say that tho ago of his sonior is 40. Shoul...

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(Additional to Previous Telegrams). LONDON, OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

(AiJttltia'nttl to Preeitm* Teletiritm*\ - LONDON, Ooronun I. The Pope lias denied the statement nuiile that ho hnd condemned the utterances of Messrs. Dillon nud O'llricn nt Tippernry, re garding the non-payment of rent. Klghly-niiic shipping linns who are in cluded in the Shipowners' Federation have united to open registry ofllces nt the chief ports of the United Kingdom, nl which free labor may be engaged. The Landon Labor League have forwarded a further donation of £-1110 for the Australian strikers, and have appointed a deputation to address meetings and receive donations for the same object. Teenier, the United States sculler, to-day at Ohio easily defeated llaulan, of Toronto. Oct. II. The French Government are again taking active steps to strengthen their position in the Paeiiie, and to this end they have ap pointed a Commission to study and report on tho best means of developing French estab lishments in the New Hebrides. Sluvin anil M'AulifTo appeared nt the Police Court t...

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) LONDON, OCT. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, [BY SltDMAItlNU GAUMS.] (VlA\ ltl.UTHl'8 AOLSOl ) LONDON, OCT. (I, Tlio Committed of thu Yoikshlio Coil Minors' Society lmvu submitted io thuir mombera a schemo for closing collieries in England, Franco, Germany, Belgium, nnd Austria on May 1, miles? Ilia 8 hours Ky»lam bo conceded by owners. I'lia Times to-day stntes tlmt tlio orgnnisors of, the Bliinplng Federation League nru lnnldng good progress. They rccomnicml tlio registration of lmmon oE non-union lnbotircii), to whom regular cmployinnnt bo guaranteed as protection against terrorism. :.:'..' . ... . LONDON, Oot. 7. It is nnnounced tlmt tlio Imperial Parllii mont meets for despatch of business on Novombor 25, , ' (Aconferenco of tlio Nationalists |iarty was opened yesterday in Dublin. At hist night's sitting the conforcncc resolved to ilo its. utmost to assist tenants evicted from tlioir. holding* in their strugglo for just leu, and to appeal to tlio Hi'IUhIi Public to over throw the coercive ...

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Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

iWiuiHB-oi'M' HeiiorfN. The Hcazlcwood Silver-Lend Mining .Company Limited, October »':— During the pnst fortnight No. 8 ndit has been extended eleven feet through very hard ground, its total length is now 200 feet. The vein of ore is much improved since my lnst report ; it is now live inches wipe of fairly good . galena. 1 have forwarded half n ton of ore for the Tusmnninn Exhibition. There is considerable dilllculty attached to the con veyance of ore from this district for the want of n belter road, the present pack track being almost impassable in some plnccs.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 8 October 1890

Mixixci larxiHVbixijsscx;. [Mining managers are respectfully re quested to 'forward Iheir reports as early its possible. Any items of news for insertion under this bending will be thankfully re ceived.] Tenders nre invited up to Friday, Oct. 21, for driving the ndit n further distance of 100ft. nt the Whlto River Silver ininc,.ncnr 18 mile, Hcnzluwood. Specifications can lie seen nt the store of Mr. il. ltiggs, AVnratnh. Tenders to bo Kent to Mr. J. F. Foley, St John-street, Launceston. At the meeting of directors of tho Godkiu. S.M. Company, held on Friday night, Mr. W. A. Kiulay was appointed to the vacant scut* on the board. ? ~ Tho following circular hns been forwnnlcd to the various interested mining managers by the manager of the Emu Bny mid Mount Uieuhoir Rnilwnyi:— 'A bonus of £100 will ba paid to any Company or person consigning 100 tons of Silver-bearing ore produced from one mineral section at the Whyto or llenzlc wood District, nnd freighted over the E.B. nnd M.B. Railwa...

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