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West Coast Times.


A few da} 6 ago the cables informed m tbat the proprietors of (he London Daily Telegraph and of the St James' Gazette had received notice that if their papers , continued tbeir attacks upon tbe unetn- j ployed and the githerina:? at Tower Hill ; the men will foroibly regent them. We \ have not since heard whether the papars 1 hare been influenced by ike threats or if t^e ttmateiiel forcible rcaentmaot haa | taken place. In auy case we may presume that somd s'goiScanca may ba at'aobed , %q the threats from tbe faot of t'.eir being ! cabled; that they any b 3 takea a* meaning something more thin the me c vapouring* of a small section of tin mea, ■ but realty express toe deliberate de ermination of tbe men 88 a whol\ It is , not neo-:siary here to declaim rg.iinst an attempt to Btiflj too vo on of ! the preai by &n effort of brute j force btC2ose the tbin^ »s cbno so j irtqnsr.tljr tbat r;e ars Let 3u/piistd as j iha attempt. In mny cou t iea \?c tiad t'i6 operitlun perforoseii by tnogovtramg powers who with fiies a'j ) impriaon ajat s rive iobr ng iMt ei.rjfi jouru list io a nop^r fraue of n» n'. vV.s n w 6» > hat ivm tie uitm loyol <f L^ad >n v er but Vrtry Ik lt» n q uli y fom vGo^e'nment ff th < z\x iai i '< . • y 114V9 ■ t iuu h u<i>»er th y ir» t> mtiiuiu.da c. (•Rte d f tint g th* p o iecor <ir in> prisoning 'Lee iitor t <ty mig!it pint ht c i rm-r by d>a"i)ai"in> or rjck ng hig p mr oni . r a» -es WTi-t tne i^tt t coul ! i 8 eflectuaily oeie red f r ru p uming a p hoy :itstaaterul to Xii ; ; Vl ob b o rpur I c' a tiaocpent i' flia ed *Jth auoh >va>«n3 lb miif't corns hni'ieL fn many wnys the sitmti >a di-play d by h neagre telegram to wniou we hitre re ferrcd Ua Iv iicrous one. The pre^s h»s been tbo greattat h<l ( >er »nd friend os-ii Ssed ;y tbe toiler* in their stnia^le. agai at vmted intere-ta aud as Buoh U 'o c txtroUed a» lorg rb it advoca es their views, but when opput-itl n appta sa very d fßereut altitude 'v preaenteJ. Libeny of actim and freedom ol'speoob are very good things so long as t icy are only ueed in the advancement ofttieiido we -upport. but wheu used against us they Leoure iotolerable. Thus \t b.ijkat wo,« democratic workora of Lw/Joar-we'will not mitaae tbo term by catting them ua« epaployed — botjoyiDg the very closest J

reaemb'afce in th^lr methods to those adopted by the autocratic Czar ot Eussia. It ha? woll bean wd that no capitalist is raoe arrogant nnd rao*e »«vere in bis conduct tavrerds tho poor than be who has jugt ricai ea from tbtir rank?, tnl though we cannot make this truism serve oar purpose to connect our frends r f Tower Hill wi h the Cz f, it all helps to *Uow thai th9te fs very lit tie differereo letwoen moat of ua, tbe uuture is there but tbe o'rcuDsstacsoon a;o different and the opportumt ci do u«t always esifit.

A vary peouliar aud successful surgi al operation was performed by Dr Kendall yesterday. A well known resident, somo 18 months ago, was working with silver pine timber and a log whioU ho waß carrying slipped, and a piece of it ran in'o the chest above the right breast. It was taken out at the time and the place healed over. Shortly afterwards ho felt considerable discomfort where tbe puncture had taken place and tried various remedies but without obtaining an; relief. On consulting Dr Kendall yesterday he was advised to undergo an operation which was accordingly performed and resulted in | the extraction of a silver pine Bplinter nearly j three inches lon/ and about an inch in | circumference. As a curiosity the doctor I will no doubt be glad to treasure thie ! specimen of New Zealand timber. As Bilver ! pine ia on» of the most enduring timbers in the world it is probable our friend would have kept it about his person f )r a thousand years or bo bad he chanced to live bo lon<. Seeing • the position in which the splinter was placed I tbe operation must have \)&en a very delicate one whilst the doctor is to be complimented on at once ibrming a true diagao is. i The distribution of prizes to the children ofthe Woodstock School will take place iv the Rimu Hall, tbis evening, at half-past aivea. We bate received a parrphlet published to bring before tha wor d the salient features of tbe Tyeon<? euro for alcoholism. A plate i«alio given of the Tyson sanatorium, St. Kilda, Victoria. The work will doubtless be very valuable to our Good Tempim j friends. I Mr Phil May Bends his illustrat d Winter Annual f r 1892. It is edited by Franci-Q-'nbble and the contributors in> lude Arohibald Jforboa, Couan Djjle, Gh A Sula, X, Blathwayt, W. 0. PhiUipa, '. Zangwill, Phil ! BobiusoQ, Edeo Philpotts and Morle\ B berts. It is profusely illustrated iv Phi, i May's best aljle and published by \Valte r : Haddon. i The meeting of the Charitable Aid Board, ■ announced for last evening, did aot take place. ,' Keferriug to tbe late Mr D. Hannan the i Qrey Ar^us say a : — Ho came out to Victoria in 1858, where ho resided until the rueh to | the West Coast set in, when he came down to Hokitika, where be went into business. Subsequently he started business in Stafford and Waimea, carrying on tbe business of hotelkeeper and storekeeper in each placo iv their palmiest days. On the breaking out of gumara ho removed his business to that place and has been identified with the town over eince, It was only very veoeutly ilial ha could be Baid to reside permanently in Greymouth. Jlr Hannaa followed the occupation of a mining advocate. He was the oldest registered niiuing advocate on tho West Coast, and decid.sdly oce of tbe very best aud most successful, having practised before the Wardens for the last 20 years. Indeod a great many of his old friends and acquaintances showed the r feeling of respect for decesteed by comiDg fi'jui Kumara, Stafford and Waimea tc tckc a friend's part at the last aacl offices for the dead. i Of tho foxbuutcr'a uttor iudifiei'euoe lo the ppril of lifo and limb when engaged in his favourite sport, the followiug is a good anecdote ;— B.iring a huut, au enthusiastic lider came suddenly upon a five:-areh bridge I uudor repair ; four of ths arohes were only ! partially finished while the place where tho ' centre one was to be was entirely left open* j and some fourteen feet below fclio river was running rapidly. To the horror of some ' men who were at work, the gentleman rodo 1 over tlie hurdles that guarded the approach to t':e bridge, then gave his mare tha head- > She felt oautiouUy for a sure looiiug amid tha broken maeonry, and, colleotinjr herself, jumped to tho top of the Brat arch, then on the second, paused a moment on the ' brink of the centre,, as if to measure tbe exact width, of the obasm, then rose coolly, | cleared it at a bound, clearing tha two remaining arches and the hurdles on tbe I ptber side in thoir turn as well.

ELEOtEIOITY is the mainspring of our existence, unrt when the system shows lack of tbis vital forco dieeit:o folluws ; and amongst tbe most troublesome complaints are rheumatic alfootiona, aciatica, &c. Tho mere acfc'on of mbbing Dr Leete's Electrio Kheumatio Oil into .the parts atleot d generates the electricity neceasary to strengthen and .'lubricate tho weakened, inusoles aud nerros ■ For rheumatism, lumbago, pleurioy, Boiutica stiffness of the limbs, &c. x l)r iieete s %le«tejo Uheumatic Oil wilj.relieveth|*pain ughtning rapidity, and oure whow other 'remedies fall. Sold everywhere,

The parcel of gold which has been obtained from the Royal mine by the tri- j, buters is (says tho Reefton Guardian) a . very rlob one. The gold realised tho handsome price of £4 Is 3d per ounce, which is the highest price whioh has been obtained for any god in tho district for gome con. i eiderablo time. r

PERSONS OP DELICATE QONSTI- ! TUTION, who are obliged to abstain from • ordinary Coffeo, should try CaeASß's Tae-> , ' axacum or Dandelion Cotfee, which is ■ ( recommended by the higbest Modical ' Authorities os a very valuable beverage for j ' those Buttering from .weak digestion, flatulenoy, norvousness, etc. Not to know is ; not to havo. ; TEE SUN BAKING POWDER eolipsea all other?. PBOtfESSOR LTEBEG says : — "We shall never know how men were first direoted to the use of Coffee, but we may consider the article so remarkable for its action on the brain and the substance of the organs o i motion as an element of food for organs yet unknown which are destined to ooDvert the blood into nervous substances and thua r -emit the energy of the moving and thinking faoulties."' if you wish to benefit yoursoif you could not do better than drink Cbe\bk's A. 1, Coffeb. Sold everywhere in 1 and 2lb tina. For it is the best. ADVERTISING BLOCKS of all dotcription made by McKeo & Gambia, N.Z. Press Agency, Wellington. Send for quotation. Newspaper Advertisements should be ilixstrated to be eUoctivo. The beat know i medicine is Saoderna & Sons' Eucalypti Extract. Test its eminently powerful effect in oouglia, coldo, intluensa &o. — tho relief is instantaneous. Thousands give the most gratifying tostimony. Hit Majesty the King of Italy and medical syndicates all over tbe globe are its patrona Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. We have no occasion to oiler rewards in proof of the genuineness of our references. The official reports of medical elinicß, cdi Diversities, tho official communication of then Oonaul-Geueral for Italy at Melbourne j tho diploma awarded International inhibition. Amsterdam — all those are authentic docu sients, and, as such, not opsn to doubt. We add here epitome of one of the various cases treated at the clinic of Schultz, M.D., Pro* rossor, etc : — " 0.8., 2<s years old ; oougea* tional abscess on the thigh. Incisions made tn two places. Although Lister's drcsss* m^ waft applied, the secretion became, two toetid, decomposed character. Tue temperature rose enormously. In consequence the iressmg was removed, and on its place were maae during the day-tune repeated irriga* none with Eucalypti Extract. Tho offensive foefcur disappeared very soon, the fever abated wituin a few days, and the patient recovered after tne lapse of Beveral weeks. In this instance wo must aot lose eight of the t'aul limb one latter treatment saved the patieat'a lite. —Advt) - . . . Holloioay's Pills. — With ohaniing'erapßrature the digestion becomes unpaired, liver disordered, und mind despondent. The causa of theee irregularities is easily removed j oy the use of Eollo way's ointment and Pills. ! They directly attack tbe source of the evil, remove all impurities from tftie cirou'ation, restore tho affected organs to their natura state, and coircct all defective soorotions. An easy moans of ra&torin£ health and strengt is supplied by Uollow&y's PiUa an^ Ointment. These faaiou3 medioineo urcf blood reijovatiug remedies, whoso influenoe i caches the great centres of the nervous ay- torn, purifies tho circulation, induces a healthy slate of the bodily powers, gives tone to tho dtoiuach and brain, producing v desire for food, and all proper requirements for health and vigor.

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West Coast Times., West Coast Times, Issue 9463, 5 January 1893

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West Coast Times. West Coast Times, Issue 9463, 5 January 1893

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