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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

Spuciul A«lvei'«jM«jinemH. BiASfK OB'1 \VATS SMKM.ESr1/!* I-iAXlt, JLimUxMl. A BUANOIIof tills Haul; Is NOW OPEN utUUHNlU, Kmu Buy, under the inanngo incut of Mil, A. K. jfAiuilMOX. W O. B110WNE, Manager, *o -r.vii.ruirt sui»ncvii»ci«. Subscribers nt Wynynrd mo informed Hint nrmiigomonts lmvo boon inntlo by which Iholv papers lire forwarded cnrly on tho morning of cnch issue, mul should bo received from Uio Post OIHco by tho 0 o'clock delivery. . Subscribers mo requested to conimuiiicnto ntouco with this ofllco if they do not rccclro tholr pnpers nH nboro. HAHMS mid Co., Proprietors. Public TXntlctSi Mi',. A.. Anduhson lins been appointed Canvasser, Collector, *'unil 'Travelling Hcpre seiitulivu (o ' The Wellington Times,' and his receipt will bo n sulllclcnt dlschnrgo for all accounts. ilv. -Anderson Is now making collections to Uio 1st inst., nnd constituents will oblige by helping him nlong. HAU1US nnd Co., Proprietors. January IS. AllftWCrg tO COWCftlMHMleiltg. ' Obsei-vei-.'— Y...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

Klcction ft'otlcc. I'O THE ELKOTOItS OV WELLINGTON. p ENTLEMEN,— I beg to announce my ^-'- self as a candidate for one of the seats it the forthcoming General Election, for the return of two members to represent this important constituency in the House of Assembly. / As I intend to address you at the various centres throughout tho electorate, 1 will, on this occasion, merely give a brief outline of my political views. The extension of the Wostom Hailwny, . from Ulvorstono to Wynyard ; completion and Improvement of linrbours ; mid construction of good metalled rands in the outlying districts, wjll receive my strong support. In my opinion the progress nnd prosperity -£ the North West Coast mainly depends upon the facilities afforded to bring the West Const Silver Fields within easy distance of the agricultural settlements, nud in view of this fact the Van Dicmcn's Land Company ihould bo encouraged to extend their railway Erom Waratah to Zeehan, or Government should purchase the line n...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

fMIPl»!$tt.; AlllUVED . January 10. — Herbert, s,s,, 100 tons, W. Tait, from Launooston, Jnnunry 11 — Flora, b.b,, 1278 ions, J, V, Bontloy, from Molbourno. Passengers— Mesdnmcs Mnrr, Forguson, Sylccs ; Aliases Upton (8), Bushby, Bates, Valentino, Hnrvoy (2), Elvsworth, M'Enohoi'n j Messrs, Oroft, Jones, Hnrvoy, Grlflln, Ovorond, Brown, Bon, Thomns, Mnynnrd, King, Kirklnnd, White, Henth, Railiiionil, Unrnctt, Upton, Oruickshank, Smith, Colo, 1'nul, Jones, Sykos' Dowlio. Martin, Hudson (2), Mnrr j and 80 in tho steerage Janumy 10, — Ruby, kotoh, 20 tons, J, Tlmnihonn.frnm T.nnnnnofnn January 12. — Star, s.s., 11) tons, W. Holy man, jun,, from Lnunccston. January 18. — Stnr, s.s., 10 tons, W, Holy man, jun., from Tnblo Capo. SAILED. January 10.— Horbort, s.b,, 180 tons, W. Tait, forlMacquarlo Marbour. Jnnunry ll.—Flora, is,, 1278 tons, J. V, Bcutly, for Launceston, January 12. — Star, b.s., 40 tons, W, Holy man, jun., for Table Cnpc. January 18. — Stnr, b.s., 10 tons, W, Holy man, jun...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

NEWS IN BRIEF. About 1,500 tons'of iron aud brass wire are yearly manufactured in Britain into pins. Some great shearing was ilouu In the Alton Downs Sheds thin season, says the Townsvillo ' Bulliten.' In one day of eight Iioutb 47 shearers put through 0,1)78 sheep, thus averaging 148 per man. Eight of the ?17 men shore over 200 during the eight hours, one of them reaching a tally of 2'i!i. Messrs. Speight and Konl have been re-engaged as Commissioners of Itailways in Victoria, for seven years, at salaries of £3000 nnd £1500 respectively. The forged I'amell letturs and subsequent Inquiry has cost 'Tlio Times' £180,000. This lias been paid by the i-harehuldors fore going their dividends , for the year 188'J, and for tho Hint six niontlH ot the year, 1880. Tho dividend per share for 1881) wub £8000. Tho circulttion and receipts for advertisements havo now risen again, and a dividend of £2000 Is expected to be payable at the close of the year. Jamui Morrison, sccretiry of the Yandoll (...

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 — 14 January 1891

COMMEltCIAL. ? -♦ ? ? Thoro.is no alteration in prices to note in tho lines of produce coming to hand. Last Issue wo referred to the nppennnicc of a dis ease or an insect in somo of the potato crops nt Table Capo and Boat Harbour which caused tho stalks of the potatoes to turn blackand fnll off. Since then wo have been informed that some crops on the New Country Road nnd nt tho Cam have been nfEectcd with ? n black blight mid much damage has been done to the crops thereby. Wo are still having occasional showers followed by sunshine, alternating every other day, which will do a lot of good to the potato crops. From our telegrams wo learn that flour is likely to rise in price ns a ring is projected in the north of England with n capital of £2,000,000, to ' comer' the wheat and flour market.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Managers' Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

Mrtiiujrei'M' Hciiortn. ? ♦ ? Tho Hcasslewood Silver Lead Mining Compuiy Limited, 18th Jnnuary. — During the past fortnight No. 8 adit has boon driven n further distance of 8ft. making its total length 870ft. Tho vein of oro in It Is 2in. wide, and contains a large pcrccutngc of ssiiic blende. Under date 12th January the mining manager reports Hint No. 8 adit is now connected with tho main shaft and he has started to cut out a chamber round the shaft paratory to sinking.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Information. POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

General Inforiimtioii. POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. Newspapers. — TnKmimlim newspapers go free within tlio colony, or to imy Australian colony mill Now Zealand, If posted within xcvcu days nftor publication ; over seven days, half-penny each. Tnsniaiiinn news papers for places ontsiilu the colonies, 1ml f Jicnny each ; ro-posteil intcrcolonlnl or brelgn newspapers, hnlf-pcuny each ; bulk parcels of newspapers ]-oateil by any publisher or newsvendor, ./I per 11). PosTOAnDS to nny of the Australasian colonies, ./I cneh ; to Great lirittain ./2 each. Postage Frks. — Letters and pickets must be prepaid by stamps j those to be left till called for.or for ilullvury within the snine town, must benr a punny stump for every tinlf-nnnnn ? fniniwl ntul internnloninl letters. . J2 for every hnlf-ounce ; letters for United Kingdom, for every half-ounce, ./2{ by any route j packets ocontninlng gold, ./2 por ounce. Re-directed Correspondence. — Inlnnd letter, ./2 ench ; Intercolonliil letters ./2 por ...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

PRINTING / EVERY DESCRIPTION i ? EXECUTED AT TUB ? I Wellington Tin\es Office, NEATLY, CHEAPLY AND AT' TUB SHORTEST NOTICE. ?I, ?HISBETT'S ' COFFEE PALACE, WYi\YAKl-. QOOn ACCOMMODATION. MODERATE CHARGES. LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS, GOOD STABLING.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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CONVEYANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

CONVEYANCES. The mail cart (t:iksng passengers) leaves Stanley for Wynynrd daily nt 8 a.m. ; leaving Wynyanl each day for Stanley nt 8 n.m. Fares 12/. Wiseman's coaches leave Wynyanl dally for Ulverstnuc, nt 8'HO a.m., and !l'!10 p.m., leaving llnrule at 10 n.m. and &?!!» p.m. Fares— Wynyanl to Ulvcrittono, »/.', Wynynrd to Burnle, «/. ; llnrule to Ulvemtone, fi/. A tniln leaves Burnie each diy for Warntah at 8 n.m., returning f rom Wurotnh at 2 p.m. TrnliiN lonvo Ulverstoiio for Lnuncuston twice daily at 0-80 a.m., and 1'ilB p.m. Note.— Coaches and Trains do not run on Sundays. The T.S.N. Co.'s steamers lenve Burnlu every Wednesday afternoon for Melbourne, leaving Melbourne every Saturday for llurniu, ami leaving Itiirniu for Davonport and Lnunceston overy Sunday morning.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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MAIL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

MAIL NOTICES Hails close at Bumlo-fbr Lnunccsion, nt 9-45 a.m;, nnd 5 p.m. j for Wanitah,ouce . dally, at 7*15 n.m. ; for Wynyanl, twice daily, at »-80 p.m;, and 8 p.m. ; for Stanley once dally,' nt 8 p.m. . Halls close at Wynyurd ' for Burnlc, Launccstoii, Hobart, and inter vening places, twice dally, at 8 n.m. nnd 3 p.m. ; for Stanley once daily at 8 p.m. MailB close ' at Stanley for ? Wynyanl, Burnic, Launccston, nnd Hobart, once clnllv. at 7 n.m. - . ? '' ? Mails close at Warntah for Burnie, once dally, at 1-10 p.m. ; for Zeolmu, Dmulas, nnd places mi unite, thrice weekly, Tuesdays, ' Thursdays, and Saturdays at 12. . The mail for Hobart closes at Burule at 9'45 a.m. dnlly.

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

mining \i-;ws. [Mining managers aro respectfully ro qucsted to 'forward their reports as early ns possible. Any itunis of notes for insertion under this bonding will bo thankfully ro colvcd.] . Captain Win. Jones hns completed arrange monts between Messrs, Smith and Doll nnd n Melbourne syndicate for floating tho valuable rewind cliilm held by tho former gontlomon at tho AYhyto lllvor. In ncconlnuco with nn oxprcssea wish OE Messrs. Hmllli and Jieu, a number of sliares will bo reserved for Tns mania. Mr. 11, T, llooro of tlio Melbourne Exchange, has the matter in hand, and is expected to arrive hero on' Sunday uoxt by tha Flora, to make final arrangements for tho flouting of tho miuo. Smith and Doll's section hns been proved to be one of the best iinds on the West Coast Sllvor Fields, and it is expected that tlio shares will be consider ably over-applied for. From n privato letter received from Ilca zlowood last night wo learn that thoro is groat scarcity of labour in the district. ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Tuesday. It has been decided to proceed at once with tho erection of. a monument to Henry Scnrlc, Into ebamplon sculler of tho world. It will consist of a broken column of Sicilian marble 17ft. high, bluestono pedestal, with four tablets suitably inscribed, and is to be croetcil at the finishing . point on tho Cham pion course on tho .Parramattu,

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [By Subjiabine Cable.] (I'KOM OUtt OWN COKBESPONDHNTS.) VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. A minister of tho Presbyterian Church was charged at tho City Court to-day with stealing n book from tho Public Library. Ho admitted taking thu book but denied nny felonious intention. Accused was dis charged.1 - - Lord Jersey proceeded to Sydney to-day. The secretary of the Pnstoralist Union was interviewed by a.' Herald ' reporter to-day. He thinks thoro is every probability of a great fight between, the . pastomllsts and shearers. The, trouble threatening in . the milling -trade will probably blow over without iv strike being resorted to. It has not yet been decided, but it is ex-, peotcd that all ports of the Central States of. 'North America will be declared infected ports, owing to the outbreak ot small-pox. Later. At n meeting of the Executive Council to day San Francisco was proclaimed « port . infected with small pox.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

TASMANIAN NEWS. [BY ELEOTMO TBtiKOJtAl'lI.J (FHOSI OUU OWN COKltliSI'OSUBNT.) , ???? . LAUNCESTOIN. ? ' ? Tuesday Night. Mr. K. L. Ditclinin 1b« written to tlia City Council ?claiming compensation for the ? shutting up of his bone-mill. Tho sub-editor of the '.Dully. Tolegmph' has also claimed ten guineas, on account of an accident to him, by which ho broke his leg. ? Tho claims have been referred to n committee. A ftvo oconned last night at Messrs. Edglntoii and Uo'h. stores but Ihu Humes woro fortunately conflneil to one part of thu buildings, and not a grent dinil oE ilniungu was done. A quantity of liny and sl.iaw is still smouldering, necessitating thu attend ance of firemen to prevent u further out break No estimate of tlio ilitmngo can yet bo arrived at, but tho total loss Is covered by insurance. Lntust Mining Quotutluns.—Ootnct, b 2-1/0, s 21!/. Comet Extended, b 75/., s 80/, God kin, b ll/(i, h 12/., sales 11/0. aodltln Ex tended, h 2/., h 8/11. Silver Crown, b £110/4/., s...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

-IUEEXSL AXD. Buibbane, Tuesday. A man nnd his wife nud two children who partook of preserved apricots on Sunday shortly nf forwards showed symptoms of poisoning. They were attended by a medical man and nro now out of danger.

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. DR. KODH'S SPECIFIC. LONDON, JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

GABLEGKAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN, f Bv 'Mudmakink Cam,!-),') ? ??? (Pun ltEUTBii's Agency.) 1)11, KODH'S SPECIFIC, LONDON, GANVAitr 12. lloconlly a committee of medlcnl man of high stanillng was appointed to consider anil roport upon Dr, Kooh's spool Ho for con sumption. Theso gentlemen ... - lmvo gono very icarefully into tho remedy nnd state that it undies the ablest physlclaiiH. Thuy Btnta that they do not euro to give nu. opinion upon it until further dovclopomonts have taken place. Tho report has beon awaited with con siderable interest, especially in Borlin, and Its nature will not, it is thought, jn nny way lessen the present believers and supporters of llioBpeollloof any iibto, ... i ....,.,

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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LONDON, JAN. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

LONDON, Jan. 8. (AiUIitltmal In Preelotu Tclegramt). At tho lusligation of Mr. John Burns three thousand dockora at Dundee havo struck work fn sympathy with flic railway men on strike ou Hid Scotch lines. All classes of trades nud mimufnclurcrs In Scotland arc suffering severely from' want of coal, and many largo companies have slopped their ? works, thousands of hands being thereby UIIUWJl Ullb UL UJUlJlOyillUllt. The directors of the English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank, Limited, have declared u dividend at tho rate of 10 per -- cent, per illinium, nud have carried forward * £12.000 to tho reserve fund. ' Tho National Bank of New Zealand has declared' a dividend at tho rate of 5 percent., being the m me ns that of last year. Ills reported .that Mr. W. O'Brien, has agreed lo use his influence to duiiosc Mr. M'Carthy from tho leadership of the secedcr*' party, and to secure the election of either himsolf or Mr. J. Dillon ns loader of the whole party, Mr. Pnrncll retiring...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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FRENCH LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

FRENCH LOAN.' Tho French loan of £84,000,000 was placed on tho Soudan market yesterday and was Bubdcrlbod for fully 20 times over. The stock will bear interest at 8 pur cent., and tho minimum was fixed at £112/10/. Great excitement occurred in Paris in connection with the floating of the loan.

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

it. imiixii;, WIIEEMVHieilTAXDCEXEIIAl III,AVHNH1T1I. BURNIE, EMU BAY. All classes of implements made nnd repaired on the shortest notice. Horses chnrcfully shod by nn experienced - : .-.-. ..,i', .-' ? workman. ~ j All descriptions of general blacksmithing done. T. KENNER, llullilui- nml Contractor, BURNIE, EMY BAY. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOB ALL CLASSES OF WORK. Joining and Cabinet Wouk made to Order. Mylaii's , Carriage Works, . Marine Terrace nnd Ladbroke-strcet, Burnie, Emu Bay. ANY description . of Vehicle made or repaired on tho ? shortest ? notice. Buggies renovated, upholstered, nnd re painted nt reasonable rates. Edqe Tools' and Agricultural Imple ments Manufactubed. HORSE SHOEING- -A SPECIALITY. JTolin My Inn, Proprietor. THE LO.lt STORE, jr. ii. iiai.es, PENGUIN. General stock of Drapery, Grocery, kc, at Lowest Prices tor Cash. Moot* nnrt Shoe* a Speciality. Men's stroll).' boots, to onler, from 18/. ' T- O T A T O M A N U R E '?* ' BONEDUST, GUANO, ' Delivered carriage paid to...

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HOBART. Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 14 January 1891

1IO1IAUT. Tuesday Night. Thcro are at tho present timo no less than bIx men-of-war In tho harbour and two moro aro expected dally, which will bo tho whole of the Australian Squadrnon. It is understood -that tho reason of tlib rendez vousing of the squadron at Ilobnrt is to enquire into the conduct of one of the com manders of the gun boats in port. Tho vessel struck on a reef In Now Guinea waters recently and it is said that some of the men were submitted to unnecessary hardships in connection with the occurraucc and an enquiry will be hold into the circumstances of tho case. Tenders for tho Intercolonial mail servlco closed on Saturday last, but owing to some dlniculty having occurred the acceptance of tandem has been dolnyed for a day or two. The rcHtilt is expected to he inndo known to morrow or Thursday. It hns transpired that the only tenderers woro .Messrs. . Iluddnrt Porker and Co. nnd the T.S.N. Company. His Excellency! the Governor nnd Admiral Lord Scott will leave Hoh:irt ...

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