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

Train Arrangements, On tho Emu Bay niul Mount Blschofl! Hallway nn excursion train will leave Wnmtnli on Thursday morning at 7'H0 for Dumle, returning, to Waratah nt 7 p.m. Wo presume tho ordinary train for Wnrntnh will leave nt 8 a.m. on Thursday, ns itis not stated to the contrary in the advertisement. Return tickets, available until tho Brd . January, can bo obtnined for tho through journey cither way, for 20/, first-class mid 15/. second class. Oii tho Government railways special trains will lcavo TJlvoretone for the Morsoy llcgatta at 11.80 and 12.25, besides tho ordinary nt 1 85 p.m.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

COMMERCIAL. Business has scarcely recovered Its normal condition nf tcr the holidays. There is, how ever, a steady inquiry for potatoes, bacon, butter, chaff, tec., for shipment to tho West Const. Now potatoes are worth from £ 5/15/ to £6/10;. locally, according to quality, We learn from a gentleman who lias lately travelled over a good deal of the Coast, that our remarks recently ns to tho crops being somewhat lato this year, nre likely to be borne out. Many crops of potatoes nre very backward, but should the January rains come enriy there will yet be time for them to recover. Somo of tho crops of potatoes which are in flower have but a poor show nt the roots. Our informant also states that in other parts of tho colony, notably in tho midland districts, the grain crops arc miser able, nnd much below the nvernge. Our correspondent nt Stnnley writes that tho crops on the whole nro looking well, es pecially potatoes, and thnt tho weather hns ? been showery, cold, and windy for tome da...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

Mltcdnl AOvertlNcuiciitH. NORTH WEST COAST, Dentistry Notice. Mil. A. J. HALL, SUHGEOX DENTIST, of St. John-street, Launceston, may be consulted as followB : — 'Went DevOltltttl't, at Fairthornc nnd Sons, Chemists, on Saturday, Monday, Wednesday, nnd Thursday, December 27, 29, ill, nnd January 1, 1801. liHtl'Oltt', atHattonand'LawB, Chemists, on Tuesday, December 80. Ifoi'tli, at Gardiner's Hotel, on Friday, January 2. trivei'Ktone, nt Itockliff's Hotel, on Saturday, January !). Pcng-uiil, at Anthon's Hotel, on Mon day, January 6. llui'lliu, nt Wiseman's Hotel, on Tues dny, January C. Wni'ntnll, nt Lnwsou's Hotel, on Wed nesday nnd Thursday, Jnnuary 7 nnd 8. Wynyni'll, nt M'Murmy's Hotel, on Friday, Jnnunry II. Stanley, nt Kay's Hotel, on Snturdny nnd Monthly, Jnnnnry 10 and 12. N.D. — Messrs. Bobbie and Grieve, assis tants, nre in no way connected with Mr. . Hnll's establishment. Early appointments are particularly re quested, nnd enn bo mmle beforehand by letter to Lnitneeston, i-...

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New Catholic Church, Burnie. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

New Catholic Churcl}, Burnie. At 10 a.m. on Now Year's Day the cere monies in connection with tho opening of tho new Catholic Church, Burnie will com mence. Hi^Grncc the Archbishop of Hubnrt will dedicate tho now church— St. Mary's Star of tho Sun — for divine worship, and the : Bcrmoti vrill b'o preached by the Itev. M. J. BeecWnor, of ^Richmond, Tusmnuin. . An ollloiont. oholf will 'render '« Mozart's' XII Stuss,' The coromonlcs will, bo vory Im posing and intcA'csting ftlid will no doubt bo witnessed by n.vory largo number of poraoiiB of nil creeds, Wo understand that tho cere monies will conclude in sulllolont llino to prevent them clashing with tho sports moot ing..

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Waratah Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

Waratah Sports. The WnmtnU folks have come out with a t' sports meeting for Thursday almost at tho Sfiast moment. Our Wamtnh correspondent forwarded tho following particulars last night :— A meeting was hold at Alford's Hotel on Monday night to take in considera tion tho ndvlsablcness of holding sports on Now Years Day. Mr. H. a. D. Hill was voted to the chair and called on Hr. It. W. Alford to explain the object of the meeting. Mr. Alford stated that it was tho wish o£tho ?business pcoplo in Waratah that sports should bo held on Now Ycnr's Day. After disoussion it was resolved that Sports be hold on New Year's Day. The following committee was elected to carry out all neces sary arrangements : — Messrs. Hill, F. Alford, W. Webb, E. Dwyor, H. Harvey, W. Blox lmni, and W. Gatehouse.. A vote of thanks to the chair terminated tho meeting, ll'ho committee then held a meeting and a capital programme was arranged consisting of a Shenlolit Handicap, 180yds, of 25 sovs. ; first prize £1G, se...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

PBIN.T1NG 01' EVEItV DlWOnUTIOM KXROUTBD AT T«U Wellington Tiines OfJlce, 'ifKATIjY, CHEAPLY AND AT THIS ; H II OUT US T NOTI OK. NISBETT'S ? COFFEE PALACE, GOOD ACCOMMODATION. MODEltATE CHAKGES. LAIIOE SAMPLE J100MS. GOOD KTAI1LING.

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GLOVES FROM HUMA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

GLOVES FROM HUM A -- ? Whan a man is snid t . man's shoos, that is n ? - putting tho fact that- hi- .. . man's place or married ,m .inV This Baying is likely to Iw-c charactor soon, for a gren: pu ported to bo tho possessor u. .: .).i ? mado from tho huuinn s::in. .J^iw. slippers, mis snmo nuysicinn lias Mivmv pairs of gloves made from tho sania imiteriui indeed, tho tunning of human skin for tin purposo, ho says, is oxtonsively carried on in Franco and Switzland. Tho Lost glovos nro mado from tho skin on tho breast and tho skin of children. Just as tho skin of a kid is auporior for glovos to tho skin of tho gont, so the skin of tho child, being softer and moro pliable, is superior to the akin of an adult. If all this bo truo, wo nro not no very 'far removed from tho Bed Indian who adorns himself with human scalps. Tho only difference] is wo wear the human ornament on our hands ; he wears it suspended from his belt. -? - t

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ADVENTURE WITH ELEPHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

ADVENTURE WITH ELE . PHANTS. Wliilo on a limiting oxpadition in Africa with iny lilnok servant, Jumbo, I found my eolf in a oompleto labyrinth of shrubs, plants and oreopors, out of whioh I jjhould liavo novcr oxtrloatod inysolf oxco))t for tho nssi.it anco of Juinbo who oxpressed with great con fidonco his knowledgo of our whcroalioiits. Suddonly ho stopped nnd touohod mo on tho arm making a significant gosturo.to bo Bileiit, and listening I heard a loud llnpping noiso as u Bonio maomnery wore at work. Hisiiig from my cover I observed a high brown back look ing llko a vast mound among tho folingo.. It Boon hoBnn to move, anil tho head and ears ot an enormous elophant appeared. It soomod to mo tbo creaturo was looking . straight at us. A noiso on my loft Bido oaused mo to look in that direction and there I saw another. hui{0 head with a trunk liftod abovo it. Had I boon an oxporiencod huntor I would havo known how to act, and being afraid to ask advico lost tho sound of voices might...

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

Burnie Sports, Ah usual sports will bo liolil nt Burnie on Now Year's Day on tlio Recreation Ground. A vary good programmo has been prcpnrcd, mid nltliougli tlio entries for tlio principal evonts me, perhaps not us nunieroiia as might bo expected, ntill llioro aro fiulllcleiit to mnko tlio running very Interesting. As special train, arrangements hnvo been limilo lor tno convenience ot vlsl tors fi-oin Waratah to Burnte, a largo attondaJico':'hiny'''bd '^anticipated from tho Mount, as well as from Wynynrd, l'cnguin niul Ulvorstono, Asfaras we know there are no spor In meeting nt cither of the three last .named towns. All necessary arrangements aro being made for tho Burnlo sports by tho secretary, Mr. A. II.' Edgar, anil although thoro was a heavy downpour of rain yester day, tlio weather indications promise a return of fine weather to-day. Tho following Is a list of the various events. 75 vabds FLAT ItAOB (For boys under 12). First prize, O/.j second, It/.; third 1/. 80 YARDS OIltLS...

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NEW YEAR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

NEW YEAR'S DAY, To-morrow.,.bplng Now Year's Day, will bo a public ^holiday, /throughout' tlm.t colony. Sports incotlngHimd oilier iimiiBonieiitHiwIll tnko placo In ninny of , the towns on tlio North-Wcst Count, In . licconlnuoo with tlio usual custom ; mid wo hope Hint lliiuwcntiiur will prevail in order Unit' the holiday may lnok nothing, to make it n» cnjoynblo ns pos Bi bio in tlmt.respcot. Dolow wo glvo pnv lidiilnrs oC tlio principal ovoutH to bo hold on tlio co:mt.

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) LONDON, DECEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [BY BUBMAllINB OAni.B.T ? (1'KIt B.BUTEn'8 AaEKOY.) (Additional In '1'ntlout Tolenvamt), ' LONDON, DEOESlDEn'2G: ' '??' Mary Eleanor l'lorcoy was hnnged this morning for tho murder on October 21 of Mrs. I'liccbi) Hogg and her Infant child, at Hnmpstcnd, Previous to her execution Mrs. I'Jorcoy confessed thnt she was guilty of tho doublo murder, which was caused through jealousy of tho deceased woman, with whose husband sho had become Intimate. Sixty ships hnvo foundered In a terrlnlc storm which raged yestordny on tho New fouuillnnd const, A trial was made yesterday of a now powerful gun iu some experiments nt Sandy Hook, New York. A thirty-feet gun pro pelled a hundred shcllH a distance of fifteen .f miles. . . . . . ' V LONDON, Deo. 28. '^ Tho census of tho United States has been completed, showing tho population to be U2,li00,000. Tho wheat market in firm, the Cnstlo Holme's cargo of Australian wheat being sold to-dny nt 80/0 per qunrter. Twenty of...

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NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

'XEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Tuesday. A terrible boating fatality happened nt Lnke Wakntlptroii Boxing Dny. A party of excursionists consisting of throe young men nnd three girls weat on the lake in n small boat which capsized all being drowucil.

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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

TASMANIAN NEWS. [BY ELECTING TELEQBAPil.J (PKOM OUIt OWN OOIWESPONDENT,) LAUNCESTOX. Tuesday Night. Information is to hand that tho telegraph tine, Ousc to Zcchan, is now finished to tho 43 mile on Claronce Ilivcr, and the construc tion party is now camped GO miles from the Ouso. , Tho Police Court has been occupied to-day with hearing a charge against Lewis Dltcham for allowing his bone mill in Launccston to become a nulsanco to tho neighbourhood. Mr. a. T. Collins prosecuted, Sir. R. B. Miller conducting tho defence. After hearing tho evidence the Police Magistrate reserved his decision.

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [By Subsiamke Gable.] (PKOJt OUB OWNiOOBHESPOKDENTS.) VICTORIA. Melboukne, Tuesday. The fasting ninu, Felix Tanner, still continues his feat. Ho wns visited by thousands of persons during tho holidays. Ho looks well under the circumstances and is confident of completing his self-imposed task of fasting 40 clays, Tho shipping labour difficulty is at an end. Tho Steamship Owners' Association have hold a meeting ami decided ns tho ticket system involved no principle it bo abolished. Tho strike in the milling trade is still threatening and both sides are firm. The strike will probably take plnce.

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

AllHINtilllCIltN. Wm ill nil Athletic SPORTS ! NEW YEARS' DAY. ; THURSDAY, JAN 1, 1801. ; PnooiuststE of Events. i ISHEFFIKLD HANDICAP (180 yards.) 0£ 25 sovs. First prisio 15 sovs. ; second, 7 sovs ; third, 8 sovs. Entrance, 7/0 ; acceptance, 2/0. MILE RACE of £10. First prize, £0 ; second, £!l ; third £1. En trance, 5/.; acceptance, 2/. QUAHTEU MILK RACE of 18. Tlrst prize, £5; second, £2; thlnl, £1. : Entrance, 8/.; acceptance, 2/. HURDLE RACE of £5. l-'irst prlzo, £8; second. !!0/.; thlnl, 10/ Entrance, 8/.; ncceptnnce, 2/. DROP KICK FOOTBALL. Prize, 20/. TUG OF WAR (for Youths' under 18). And other minor events. Tho above to be run under same rules as adopted by tho Sports Committee, Waratah, on 2Gth nnd 27th inst., ns far as practicable. Entries close for tho Sheffield Hnddicnp, Jlile, Quarter Mile, and Handicap races at 0 p.m., on Wcdnosdny, Hist. Acceptances on ground day of races. E. P. DWl'ER, Secretary. A NTONIO'S WONDERS.— Burnio Sports XX Ground, Now Years' Day. Snake C...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

-IUEEIVSLAXI-. BIUSBA.XE, Tuesday. A carter named. Morris hns been arrested on a charge of murdering a boundary rider named Kllby on tho 10th ' [December. Morris denies all lainwlctlgo of the nffnlr.

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Utilising Niagara Falls. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

Utilising- Niiigam Vails. Tho oft-proposed schema for tho inilustiinl utilisation of Niagara Falls seems nt last (writes tho 'Builder') likely to becomo n fruit. Tlio scheme which Isat present on the point of being carried out isn very big thing, even In this land of big things. According to our American contemporary (' Engineer ing Acwh'), work is to uo commenced at once .by the contractors, Messrs. llogcrs nnd Clement, on behalf of the Cataract Con struction Company, tho corporation that has bajn formed to exploit the concession, nnd tin! engineer to tlio company is now on this side to consult Sir William Thomson, who is interested in the niattor. Tho proposed plan is to1 tnko from tho l''nlls 120,000 horso power and about 1,400 acres of land hnvo been secured for currying out the operations. A water tunnel of (1,700ft. In length, and J!IO square foot III section, will have its intake at some point in tho Niagara Itiver above the Falls, and will deliver lit a spot a short distance...

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

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1890 [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 31 December 1890

I'uhUihcd Ecery Wetlnetiloy and Saturday. WJIDXESBAY, DECEMBEll 31, 1800: It is gratifying to lcnin thnt considerable interest is already being taken throughout the colony in connection with the forth coming general elections for the House of Assembly, olid in the electoral' district of ?Wellington speculation is rlfo as to the probable number and jwrionncl of the candidates. In various parts of this elector ate tho chances of success of tho gentlemen who h.ivo been named as likely candidates nre already being discussed, nnd the interest displayed thus early in the matter shows a very licnlthy state of affairs, which is greatly to bq dcslro.il. The present members, Jlcssrs. C. 1!. St. Feuton nnd O. J. Mackemio will contest tho election, and Mr. C. H. Hall, of llurnic, who is well known along the Const, will nlso stand, in tho mining interest speclnlly. Sir. J. '\\T. Norton-Smith hns been mentioned ns n likely cnudidato for tho electoral district of Wel lington, but we understand tha...

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

Mersey Regatta. . Tho Annual Morsoy Regatta will bo held on Now 1'enr's Day anil will no doubt bo as hueccsHful ns in former years, A programme of twelvo events has boon prepared which tiioliulcH Rovoril opon-to-nll races. Wo un iloftitnml Hint ffood entries linvu been received mid that somo I capital racing may bo ex pected,

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