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THE THIRTY MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMEN IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

TUB TIIIETY MOST BEAUTIFUL women in this wniu.n ? It may bo expected that wo shall in the course of tho nrxt London Season bavo the opportunity of discovering who these favourites of nature aro, for Messrs Peara arc projecting n Bounty Show nn a grand tsuilu to lie held iu London in May or June next. This show, which' will be of a thoroughly decorous and Benumb charac ter, will bo opon to all' tbe world, and as very valuable money prizes aro to he awarded to thoso who aro pronounced to bo tho most beautiful no doubt' thero will ho a host of competitors. In the first instance, tbo rival beauties will bo reduced to iilout thirty, and with these specimens of duinty wouionliood tlio show will opou nnd tho awards will be mado,

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

MISCELLANEOUS. Sittings of tho Supreme Court in its Small Debts jurisdiction, for cases up to £100. will be held at Burnic on January 24. April 18, August 8, October 24 ; at Ulverstono on Jnnunry 23, April 17, August 7, October 2!l. Kimgnroo hunting begins March 8), ends July 81. Opossum hunting begins May 1, ends July 81. Wild duck, teal, widgeon, plover, emu, black swan, ground dove, and Cnpc Bnrrcn goose shooting begins January 11, ends July 81. Quail shooting begins May 1, ends July 80. Wnttle-binl Bhooting begins May 24, ends July 81. English porch fishing begiu»; Jnuunry Jl-,i ends Augusts). Salmon and trout .finning begins September 1, cuds April 80. Oyster fishing begins March 1, ends October 81. Oysters must not be taken less than 2m. in their smallest diameter, under a penalty not exceeding £10. it is unlawful to take flounders less thnn ilin, in length, or craynsh less than loin, long, or fcmnlc fish having spawn. Fresh witter mullet and silver brenui must be taken with r...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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FIRE AT BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

l'lllli AT KUJOlli. w If ill no othor way, llurnio will soon becomo noted for Ilia frequency of flies, ns during tho last four months thoro hnvo been four outbronks— throo of whloh woro of n serious nntura. , 'J'ho.lntost; nddltlon to tho ? list linpponcii'oiU'ly yoatoitlny niornliig, when throo thrce-raomcil cottages, owned by Mr. J, Aloxanilor, mid situated In n byoBtroot oil MoMn,t.8,troot (nonrly opposito tho United Moth'oillHt -Ifroq. Ohuroh)- woro completely couiumcd, Mr.lI.Edwrvrds.'W'lio lives opposite to tho houses burned, wns tho flint to notice mo lira (.wiuca m'OKu om in inu iiuuiuu cottngoof tho llncc), nnd ho ran ncorass to tho end house nenreut Mouiit-strcot, occu pied by Mr, itntUiinu Alcxnmior, to nrouse the jlniantoH. Tlio other two cottages woro unoccupied. Mr. Aloxnudor wns able to make his cacapo nnd nave boiuo of his property but severnl nrticlos wero burnt; Mr.',, Snmnol Oiivill,. who occupies the * properly adjoining tlio pottages in Mount stroot, was aroused...

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HANGING DOORS AND BLINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

HANGING DOORS AND BLINDS. In hanging a number of doors which are of the same size, tho time expended upon measuring tho correct position of tbe hinges may bo, according to tbo 'Cali- fornia Arohitoct and Builders' Nows,' saved in a very simple manner, whioh is as follows : — 'Take a lath and mark upon tho top and bottom tho oxaot position whoro tbo hinges should come, drivo in at those marks sharp-pointed brads, and you have n gauge whioh may be used in bang ing all doors of the sumo sizo. In using it, all that ls'nccossary is to place it against tho edge of tho door with the top of the lath on tho level with tho top of tlio door, givo it a Bbnrp tan of the hand, when tho brads will mark the ozact position of the binges. The same gaugo lath may bo used in marking out tlio position of tho binges of tbe stile of tbo door framo, ex cepting that u nail should bo driven 111 tho bottom of it, so that there may he siiiA ciont room luft at tho bottom to allow proper play of tbe door. Tho us...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

shipping.; ituiiarix;. AMUvilD. Janunry 7.— Klorn, b.b,, 127SI Ions, J. V, llcntloy, from Lnuncoaton nml Dovonport. January 8.— Wakoflold, s.s,, 58 tons, G. Tait, from Lnuneeston mid Const Torts. Jnnunry II. — Floronco Mnud, notch, 2!) tonB,J. Mitchell, from Lnunceston, Cargo — BO tons salt. Jnnunry 0. — Wnkofiold, s.b., 58 tons, G. Tnit, from Stanley. SAILED. Jnnunry 7. — Florn, b.b., i127!I tons, J. V. Dontlv, for Molbourno. Passengers — Cap- tnln W. Jones, Miss Wnnnon, Mr. Mitchell and one in tho steorngo. Jnnunry 8. — Wakoileld, s.s,, 58 tons, Q. Tait, for Stnnloy. Jnnunry 0. — Wakofield, s.s., 58 tons, G. Tnlt, for Lnunccston. Tho Florn nrrlvcil f rom Lnunccstou nncl Dovonporfc on Wednesday nftornoon nt a qunrtor to i, nncl af tor discharging enrgo loft ngnln for Molbourno nt 5.B0 p.m. She ifl advertised to lonvc Molbourno to-clny nt noon, nnd may be expected hero between 7 nml 8 o'clock to-morrow morning. The ketch Fhnntom hna not got nwny yet, though she is expected to lenvo ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

WllllUMl. WANTUJ).— Apprentice to the lliiolc smithing. J. SIviiAN, Emu Buy, WANTKD,— A respentnblo yoiiiiRGIRL to miiUo Hovsclf uunerolly useful. Apply MltB. J. 0. TAYtiOU, Penguin, F«v Sale. FOR SALE.— 77 ncres o£ Inml j 20 ncron undor grass, bninnoo now buing scrubbed. ?Situated on the main rand nml milway to Mount Disohoff. IOIk'i t mlluH from Burnlo. £liporaoro. Good rod soil. Apply Wmr,iAM Jones, ' Monnl,' Jlurnio. FOn BALE AT WYNYARD. — The Goodwill of a Baking Tmrio together with all npplinncos niul linker's utensils. Tmilo nbout 2') bugs n month. For full' nnrtlculnvs npply to S. W. Oauman, linker, Wynj'nnl. FOR SALE OR TO LET.— Pour-roomed Vomndnh Cottnse in pooil condition, Rtnndfiiir on one noro of ground, on the town of Wynynrd. Apply to 0. J. Game. ORDERS desired for Raspberries, flutter. Apples, Cream, Honey.; Ai.I'iiud Monnington. llllftillCNM jVotiCCN. Fred Steye^, Carpenter and JJiiililer, PENGUIN. All kinds ot Joinery nml Cabinet work done. Estimates Given. ALGERN...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

amminciu, A little more activity 1ms been shown in the produce mnrkot during the last two or three days. New potatoes can find pur chasers nt from £6/15/. to £0/15/., but hardly any aro coming forward. Good onts are commanding higher prices, for shipment to tho West Const, nnd we know o£ a purchase of a large lino at Wynyard by a Bumio ex porter, at 1/6 per bushel, but they nro n good sample. Alter tuo recent rains, lolioweil by wnrm weather, the potato crops are looking well on the whole. From Boat Harbour wo learn that on one farm n lnrgc number of the stalks of the potatoes hnvc turned black from the root upwards, and while the cause is attributed by some farmers to a disease, others, including the owner of the farm on which it was noticed (Sir. J. llaync) put it down to the work of a smnll black insect, something like a borer, which enters the stalk near the ground, nnd bores its wny up through the stnlfc. We nro pleased to sny that this circumstance is not common. At Table Cape...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

Tasmanian Auximaby FonoE.— A tnblo showing tho authorised establishment of the . Auxiliary Forco of the colony for this yenr '(' hns been issued from the Stnif Office. The ' totals which the various companies must nob exceed aro ns follows : — Dorsot, Morsoy, Mid land, West Devon, Enst Devon Channel, Wolliiigton,Tamnr, Cornwall, Mcnndor, Dor- ' cnt, Portland, !)0 each ; Clyde, South Chan . ncl, Eslc, Uiion, nnd Somerset, 70; Stnnloy do- ', tnehment, nflilintcd to Wellington company, ' CO; Swansea detachment, a Minted to Mid- ' land company, 20. Tho totnl strength is ' thus l,r,0O.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

Special AdvertiNcmciitN. TP BANK OF AUSTRALASIA (Incorporated by Koyal Charter 1885). CAPITAL PAID UP ? £1,000,000. RESERVE FUND ? £800,000. Branches in London nnd throughoit tic Australian Colonies. AGENTS ALIj OVElt THU WOULD. Last linlf-yenrVDnlnnco Sheet shows — Deposits mid other Lia bilities ? £l(!,152,201 14 (! Coin ScciiritieSjAdvances nud Premises ? ? £18,070,804 0 G North 'West-Coast Brnnches — Sheflleld, Lntrobe, Devonport, Ulverstone, Emu Buy, and Table Onpc, Nlicclul AOvui'tlftomoiifN. HA.XTC ©I? IV AW OiraiDX'N XjAND, Xlillttutl. A. HUANOilof this Bank Is NOW OPEN ntBUHNIH, Emu liny, under tlio manage ment of Mil, A, 10, llABHIHON, W G, B11OWNH, Manager. /\UEEN'S GRAMMAR BOHO'OL. W EMD BAY. PniNOlPAl, :— J. -HAMILTON HOYOE, Certi Heated Trained Teneher, Melbourne University! Cortl dented Toiielicr, Dmwing, Drill, GymnnBtics. Senior Lady Assistant : — Miss 13. OvsttULh Sonior Local Examination Cambridge, Collcgo of Preceptors, London. Junior Lady Assistant :— Miss M. Bi...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

ltELWIOITg SERVICES. ' ? -?♦- ? Tlio following services will bo. held to1 morrow : — VSITED JiEWIODISr FKBE OIItJUOH. '. Buiiilc— Rev. T. Ellis nt 11, iix. Jackson ? Komalno's Creek— Mr. Jnokson nt 8. btowport — ltov. T. Ellis nt 8. ? - Penguin— Cnmp meeting nt II nnd 3 ; Fellowship meeting nt 7. ' Wynyard— Kev. II. T. Hull at 11 nnd 7. Flowerdnle— llev. 11. T. Hull nt 8. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

PEINTING ? ov f EVERY DESCRIPTION ' / EXKOUTBD AT THE 1 WellingtoriTiniesOlBce, NEATLY, CHEAPLY AND AT THE I SHORTEST NOT I ON. . NTSTIE'LT'S COFFEE PALACE, WYNYAIIJ). GOOD ACCOMMODATION. l; MODERATE '.CHARGES. .' ?.-?2LARGEvSAMP,LE.Jt00MS. QOOD STARLING.

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MAIL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

MAIL NOTICES . Hulls close at Bumfo for Lnunccston, at 9'45 A.m., nud 5 p.m. ; for .wnrntah, once dally, at 7*15 a.m.; for Wj'nyard, twice daily, at 8-80 p.m., and 8 p.m. ; for Stnnloy once daily, at 8 p.m. Mails closoatWynyanl for Burnic, Lnunceston, Hobart, and 'inter- vening places, , twice dally, at 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. ; for Stanley once daily at 8 p.m. .'?'? Jlails' close at. Stanley for Wynyn.nl, Burnie, Launceston, and Hobart, once daily, nt-.7.R.iri.fn 'J [ , Mails , close at Waratah for Burnie, once daily, at 1-15 p.m. ; for Zcclmn, Dundas, und places m rexite,' thrice weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays,' and 'Saturdays at 12. -'? Tho mail for Hobart closes nt Burnic at Q'45 a.m. dally.

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General Information. POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

General Information. POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. : Newspapers. — Tasmnninn ucwxpnponi go free within tho colony, or to any Austmllnn colony nud New Kcnlnml, if posted within seven days after publication ; over seven days, half-penny each. Tasinnnian news papers for places outside the colonies, half penny each ; rc-postcd intercolonial or foreign newspapers, hnlf-penny each ; bulk parcels of newspaper* pouted by nny publisher or newavcmlor, ,/l per lb. ? «™^. . Postcards to nny of tho Australasian colonies, ,/l each ; to Great Krittnin ./2 cncli. Postaob Fees. — Letters and packets niurtt lm nrcnnfil liv KtnimiM : tlinsn tn tin li»f t till called for, or for delivery witliln tho same town, must bear a penny Btnmp for every lialf-ouncc ; inland ami intercolonial letters, ./2 for even1 half-ounce i letters for United Kingdom, for every lmlf-nuiice, ./2j by nny route ; packets ocontnlnln^ gold, ,/2 per ounce. Re-directed Correspondence. — inland letter, ,/2 each ; Intercolonial lottora ./2...

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HOBART. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

HOBART. Friday Night. Arrangements nre progressing for the opening of tho Federal' Council here on the 20th inst. There is quite a fleet of gunbonts in har bour, no less thnn fivobccn now. anchored in tho bay. . , . It is generally reported Unit the contractor for the erection of tho telegraph line from Ouso to Zcchan has thrown up his contract, owing to so ninny unforscen difficulties being met with. It hns been decided to' push oii with the erection nf Ilia nddlf (mini wirn from Lnunceston to WiuntnU nt once, and to endeavour to complete the same by the middle of February. Instructions have been issued for tho work to be done iu four sec tions, to expedite mnttcis ; work to be com menced, at once from Bumic to Wnmtah, Burnie to Devonport, Dovonport to Deloraine, ami Delomlne to Launceston. At inn extraordinary meeting iof share holders of tho Godkin Silver Mining Com pnny held on Wednesday night it wns decided ns there wore now nearly £15,000 in linnd thnt the directors be empower...

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THE M.P. WITH THE LARGEST INCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

THE M.P. WITH THE LARGEST INCOME. This is said to be Mr Isanc Holdcn, M.P. for the Kelghley Division of Yorkshire. Mr Holdon began life poor enough. Though lie is Yorkshire' by origin, ho was born in Paisley. Ho begnn life as a schoolmaster, and, though few pcoplo know it, it is to Ids inventive genius that the world owes the lncifer match. It wns wlillo giving instruc tion to hla pupils in chemistry that ho dis covered the principlo which underlies the lucifer. but of this great invention Mr Holden made no money. Later on lie became a bookkeeper, nnd it was while thus employed that ho first bognn to devote Ills mind to tlio study of machinery for the carding of wool, with tho result tlmt ho invented a machine which revolutioned the whole system of wool-carding, and in that way revolutionised tho whole manufacturing history of England and tho world. Possessed of the patent rights in these valuable machines, fortune poured in upon Mr Ilolden. lie has mills not only in Yorkshire, but ...

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TASMANIAN NEWS. [By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) LAUNCESTON. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

TASH[ANIAN NEWS. [By Ei.eoibio Tw,bohaph;J (FKOlt OUIl OWN OOIIRESI'ONDENT.) lAUXCESTOX. Friday Night. Latest Jliniiig Quotations : — Comet, b 25/. s 21!/. | Comet Extended, b £0/10 ; Godkin, b 11/8 j Godkln (paid up) b lfl/U, s 17/0 i Godldn Extended, b 2/3, s 8/0 ; Silver King b £100, s £118 j Silver: Queen, b f&p\., s*0; Whyto llivor, b 2/0,. s 8/0; Mount Bischoff, b £47, s £50, sales £50, £10. Sale* —Atlas 1/.' to 1/2, Fauntleroy 1/5, Meteor No. 1 4/8, Maxim 8/3, Silver Crown £30/10/,' and £!)1, Silver Hills 82/0 and 05/., Sun rise 0|3, Hnssots 4/(1, Hobnrt P.A. £41, Silver Bell 11/., Silver Dukcl/. .».'

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WRECK OF THE PRIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

WRECK. OF THE PRIAM. Several inombors of tho crow of tho Liverpool steamer Priam, wrocked off the Spanish coast, and by which nino lives were lost, hnvo arrived in Livorpool. From what can bo learned, it appears that tho wonder is that a much nioro serious loss of lifo did not result, as tboso who wore saved had very narrow escapes with their lives. It seems that it was a fow minutes before six in tho morning that tho disaster occurred. The nassongors were in their cabins, and tho watch bolow woro also Bleeping. Tho steamer struck tho rocks with a crash, and was soon held there, with tho water l-ushinc into tho steamer at a very rapid rate. Tho passengers woro instantly informed of the disaster, and the crow summoned. In almost every instance the people rushed from their borths with only their sleoping garments on. Tho passengers \ioro at 0110 ond of tho stonmor and tho majority of the crew at tho other. Most of tho women wont back to thoir rooms to got their clothing. In less timo ...

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ARREST OF FATHER McFADDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

AKHEST OF FATHER. MoFADDEN. Tho Uov. J, MoFiuhlon was arrested at tlio conclusion of tho ordinary soi'vioo in tlio church nt Gwoodoro, on a Sunday (says a recent English journal). In his address to tho pooplo aftor mass, Father MoViuldon luul oxhortod thorn to bo quiot nud poncoablo under nny circumstances that might nriso. Whou tho congregation loft tlio churoh a body of polico, under Disti'ict-Inspcotor Martin, of ]3allyshaii 11011, wns posted by the ohurch door. Tho people stood by to boo what would happen, As soon as Futhor McFaddon mado his appcaranco the polico moved forward to arrest him. Simultaneously tho pcoplo in ado a movo to savo tho pnost tram being enptured, and during a nioleo botween them and tho constables tho priest escaped from tho crowd and ran towards his liouso. Ho was, however, fol lowed by tho polico, and just as ho was mounting tho stops to his house door, Inspector Martin caught him by tho coat. Seeing this tho pcoplo at onco hurled stones at tho oflicer, ...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [Br Sdhmaehte Cab&e.] (ntosi oun own oobbespondknts.) VICTORIA. MelhoUbnb, Friday. Tho injured Assyrian, Abrnhnm. Khnlnb is progressing favovrably in the -hospital Joseph Chnbnb; his partner, who is-'chnrgod wlththonttcraptcd murder is still in custody. Lord Jersey, tho now Governor of New South Wales, arrives nt Melbourne by tho Adolnido express to-niorrou-. All tho Bmnll-pox patients In quarantine aro progressing favourably. Arrangements nre being mndo for a cricket match, between lailloa of Melbourne and Sydney, and if tho match is financially (iiicccwfiil a team of Australian lady erleUelcnt will probably visit Kugland. Thu PustomliMt Union authorities nru en gaging man in all quarters to proocod to Now Houih Wiles nud Queensland to shear .in opposition to tho Shoareiu Union. , - ,

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LONDON, JAN. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 10 January 1891

LONDON. JAN. 0; (.Additional to Trenton* Ttilegrami). General BooLli dcelnrcs that ho bns been oflercd ono million acres of lnud ovor tho sen for his social roform colony. Serious fires linvo occurred in Fifth Avenue,' Now York. Amongst tho houses destroyed wero Sturtovnnt-houso nnd Herman's Inquiry OImco. Tho electric wire is Bnid to linvo boon tho originator of the fire. Tlio Itiisslnn troops stationed on the dor innu frontier hnvo been ordered to retire, in consequence of tlio irritation which their presence cnnscil to the Emperor of Qcrmnny. Tlio syndicate formed by tho Mnrquis of iiartmgton to cstauitmi a mall scrvico be tween England nnd Australia, via Canada hnvo announced their intention of accepting tlio niimial subsidy of £ 10,000 from Queens hind, for tho Paclllo lino between Vancouver nud Australian ports, Brisbane being; the first port of call. It is hoped thnt Victoria will contribute JSB.OOO, in consequence of the Imperial nnturo of tho service. Tlio syndi catc propos...

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