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Tasmanian. LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. Launceston, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

Tasmanian. j LAUNCESTON SHAEE /MARKET. - - '? ??- '??— - -Launceston, Friday. /The following sales were, reported^ on 'Change ; to-day : — 'Tin^ffcfe-X3s ; New Monarch, 9d; Mount MaAetA 50s. ... -;' ' LauncestonT/Satnrday. ; 'To-day's sales, on 'Change were :— Oceana, 7d ; Magnet, 50s ; Colebrook, 5s Sd. Leading quotations were :— Pinafore, b 2s 2d; Tasmania, s £6;' do.. Amalga mated West, b Is 9d; North, b 6s 7d,*s 7s 6d ; Oonah, s 5s ; Western, b 15s, s 20s; Magnet, b 49s, s 52s ; Colebrook, s 5s 9d ; Hercules,, b 18s; Lyell, b £8 ; Central Lyell, b 2s ; Lyell Tharsis, b 27s ; North Lyell, b 61s; Crown Lyoll, b. '14s 3d; Lyell Reserve, b 3s lOd, s 4s 3d; Red Hing,B78 6d; Biachoff, s JKtl' f ' ' ' :

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITAIN AND FRANCE. THREATENED COMPLICATIONS. London. February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

BRITAIN AND FRANCE. THREATENED COMPLICATIONS. ; -, - ,s.ix- .'London. February 12. ' The Sultan of Muscat has leased to France an area of the coast at Bandar jisha, on the Gulf of Oman, as a coaling station. Great Britain has entered a formal protest against this action, and sends a cruiser and two gunboats to Muscat. ????? v

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SCHOOL TRAGEDY. London, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

;A SCHOOL TRAGEDY. London, February 12. A teacher at the Christian Brothers' School . accuses the, secretary of tho institution of strangling a pupil named Foveaux. An investigaiton is being made into the charge, j . : ' ; . v

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MURDERS IN POONA. A SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. London, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

MURDERS IN POONA. A SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. London, February 12. During the riots in Poona, India, in 1897, two British officers were mortally wounded whilst enforcing measures for the prevention of the plague. During the paBt few days two brothers named Dravid, witnesses against the murderer, were also shot dead in the streets of Poona. This latest crime has been followed by a sensational incident, a brother of the murderer of the British officers firing at the native official presid ing at the inquiry and afterwards confess ing to the murder of tho Dravids with the assistance of on accomplice.

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TERRIBLE MASSACRE BY INDIANS. A SOUTH AMERICAN TOWN PILLAGED. London, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

TERRIBLE MASSACRE BY INDIANS; A SOUTH AMERICAN TOWN ?? PILLAGED. London, February 12. A terrible massacre by Indians has oc curred at Corocoro, a copper mine settle ment in Bolivia, South America. The Indians, to the number of 1,000, suddenly swept down on the settlement, massacred the inhabitants, and pillaged the houses. The manager of the Corocoro mine barri caded his house and offered the Indians large sums of money if the lives of the miners were spared. His offer, however; was received with cries of derision, and the door was battered in. The manager then shot his wife so that she would not fall into the hands of the Indians and afterwards blew his own brains out.

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EXTRAORDINARY SHOOTING ACCIDENT. Camperdown, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

EXTRAORDINARY SHOOTING ACCIDENT. , Camperdown, Saturday. ?? s. A son of Mr John Baker, of Pomhorneit, noticing that a gun had been left at half cock, took it np with the intention of making it safer. The hammer slipped and the gun exploded. Tho charge passed through a window, and struck a young girl named Howarth, who was passing at a distance of about 60 yards. The shot entered her arm and side, but the distance prevented a fatal result. Miss Howarth was brought to Camperdown and the shot was extracted. He injuries, though very painful, are not serious.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Intercolonial. VICTORIA. LADY DENTISTS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

Intercolonial. .:':. .- \ VICTORIA. ????.??'/''£' ' :;;,T;'liADY:DiNTISTS.;' ???'.': '1% - , ??';' '''-.'?' Melbourne, Friday. '' Miss A. Berry (daughter of Sir Graham Berry, ex M.L.A.), Miss E. Godfrey, Miss M'Chesneyand Mrs Balderson have been duly registered as dental practitioners.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN THE BARRINGTON DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

IN THE BARRINGTON DISTRICT' Glorious weather has prevailed during the last few days (writes our Barrington correspondent), and under the influence of these favorable conditions cereal crops have ripened with rapidity. Harvesting is now in full swing throughout the Bar rington, Melrose Creek, and Nook dis tricts. On many farms the crops are very heavy, too heavy in fact, and it will be found in many instances when the numbers are up that the harvest of     1899 has been chiefly remarkable for a good yield of straw. A good deal of grain has had to be reaped by hand, as the heavy rains about a month ago laid many of the heavy crops. Mr Spurr, of Lower Barrington, reports that all but about two acres of a 15-acre paddock of oats was levelled by the rain on his farm. Mr S. T. Middleton, of Lower Barrington, has just finished cutting a neat crop of 13 acres of sparrowbill oats for hay, which he estimates at 50 tons. New reapers and binders are the order of the da...

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CABLES AND WIRES. British and Foreign. RE-ERECTING GENERAL GORDON'S PALACE. London, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

CABLES' AND WIPES. British and Foreign. BE-ERECTING GENERAL GORDON.'S'PALACE. 1 London. February 10. Active measures, are' being taken for the improvement of the city of Khartoum. The first step1 is 'the re-erection of the rums of Gordon's Palace, which \ tho Govetnor-General, -Lord Kitchener, will occupy. ' ' ' y

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TO KEEP FRESH EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

TO KEEP.FKE-SH EGGSV . Brushing ov ei egg sholU with either oil, vaseline or a strong solution of gum ara- __ bic, i£re*all^ery effective wa-s'of 'rh-escrv-' ing eggs. Thoy should tbenbe packed np in- dry salt;- bi'an' or oats, or folded in ., pitces of newspaper, nnd ^eourelj.-'phVfceS'' '^7* in] boxes, jvcll fastened so as to enable,'.' thicin to be turned over /safely^ ery-wee'k-'i without any donger-of the eggs baing broken; - Kept in a fairly oool place/'-arid treated in this manner—eggs arc said to . - Iakt'g6bd (of 'a considerable thue. f

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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HOW TO CUT UP A PIG. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

HOW TO- CUT UP A PIG.,' -»1U)LL BACON* AND ILVMS.- ' iFirst cut off the head, jhon the slibulder-1 arid then the ham'.' _In _putting' oiif'the' ? l)am~be- suro and keop'tho knife well . - slanting outwards, 8o'aa to have tha 'skin' the largest parts i Cutoff 'only 'firn foot, and not at the hock joint, as many do. The shoulder earrT)ec-curea the same the ham»-ofter,,outting_ .a 'roast from th'e- undomeath-~Bido.j* Take all the bones out of the' middle., aud when cured. ? ??nil #in*jl mtiin i-v- \ *im* 4 i~1*t- *' 1'U a* V&i aII ''* piece cut'off to square «p tho iniddle.llcaii^' '? bs used for sausages, etc. Tho .ofie&s 'are1' ^ excellent when curcd'and srn6ked, ' , FLITCH BACOK AND HAMS, r- , Cut off the'head1,' and theh' Cut 'out the — iaih. Cut but aroast'-frini'imfleithiB.' ! shoulder': Takd'Vlit the IbttekbunB;''b'utLJ . leave flie' ribs in1, and tnmraff'th'eflit-;1^ '' square - , sidk ot na-oN. - Cutoff the head,' and cut out ioast'J' fioin'1- undei the- shfiul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

Puaera^lTotice. THE funeral of the lnte James Watsox will leave his late residence, Percy street, for the Church of England Cemetery,' East Devonport, at 4 o'clock THIS AFTEK NOON.- ' ' , ' H. WELLER, ' , . - i. , , .--._., ? . Undertaker. - Special Advertisements. J. D. Hellewell, DENTIST, May lie Consulted at Devonport, Tuesdays, at Laurence's, Chemist, 1.30 to 4.30. - - Ulveretone, at Lawson's Hotel, Friday follow ing First and Third Thursdays in- each , month. 1 to 4.30. , f, . ' . ,.: Sheffield, last Thursday in month, at Wilson's Hotel. Dentistry ia all its tranches* GeoJLBrauTs FOURTH HALF-YEARLY SUMMER SALE IN announcing my Usual Clearing Sale for the Summer Season, I beg to call your attention to the genuineness of the reductions made and th« very great saving you will make by taking advantage of this opportunity to sort up General Drapery at these Very SHECIAL Prices :— Ladies' Straw Hats, Is, 2s, 3s, and 4s, to 7s Gd, sale price, 6d, Is, 2s, 2s lid. . i- Trimmed Hats, 5s....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

Shipping. Union Line of Steamers. — i FOR MELBOURNE ul'ENOOIN, AVednesday, 2 p.m. FROM MELBOUBNE— For Devonport— PHNGU1N, Friday. t .- - ... . - ^ ; ..- /'.i.-^V FOR STDNEY— ? ,- ,i TEKAPO, Friday, midnight. '. '? ' '' TAIER1, Friday, 24th. *? ? FOR STRAHAN— ? WAREATEA, Tuesday, 6 p.m. PENGUIN, Snturday, 10 a.m. FOlt NEW ZEALAND PORTSl FROM HOBART— '. TALUNE, Friday. TARAWERA, Friday, 24thr. j( ' JAMES ^MURRAY, Manager. A ' James Paterson anil Co's line. From Devonport for Sydney. GLAUCUS leaves Friday, Feb. 17. EASBY, leaves Friday, Feb. 24, 8 p.m. Agents — i STANLEY, G. Tatlow. BXJRNIE, Tnsmanian Farmers1 Coopera tive Association. . , . , ? ' .- W. A. PEARCB, Devonport. ' White Star line of Steamers. - ThsSS DORSET Leaves Launccston FRIDAY EVEN INGS for Devonport, Latrobe, Bnrnie, - Wynyard and Stanley, and 'leaves Devonport for Launceston WEDNES DAYS at 9 a.m. The SS AOT Leaves Ladnceston TUESDAY EVEN INGS for TJevonnort, Ulverstorie, Pen guin, Burhie. 'Wynyard. and Stanley ; and...

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Cricket. NEW ZEALAND V. NORTHERN TASMANIA. FINE SCORING BY THE HOME TEAM. SPLENDID INNINGS By WINDSOR. Launceston, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

Cricket. NEW'' 'ZEALAND' ' V.- ; NORTHERN .;'i ..,'/,-; ^.TASMAOTA;^;^.;: ,;??_. FINE \ SCORDIG/lBY^iramiSOME' .??:-, ; , ;.-.-,- ^-r^'TEAJI,^: i .-r ; ; ; .? ; f ' : ; ? SPLENDID 'INNINGSW WINDSOR. '? ; :?'??' ' . ?';;. '''?''? L'aunceB ton; Friday. -. ;The team of New; Zealand cricketers now Tiqifing ^'''iftT^fa ' rnrnrnfty|f!ft-^ a match. to-day, at Launceston against an eleven of Northern Tasmania. The weather was perfect and an interesting' game resulted. The .'-visitors 'won 'the toss,' and batting first put' together 245. i When stumps were drawn this evening ^tHe horns team-* had compiled- 44 without the. loss of 'a wicket. .,'_'. ? ?;' ? : ? ' Launeeston, Saturday. ' The cricket match, Northern Tasmania y.1 New Zealand; was reromed to-day--Tho home team,' who had score! 44 for .' the loss of no wickets yesterday, ? made a fine stand to-day, ' and put together 429, of which Windsor . was responsible' for 181.1 The New Zealanders, who;were.l84to the bad, had lost 1 wicket for...

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

^.-Xews in Brief. Visitor from tho south had his pockets picked o£ £Q 10s and a railway ticket com ing away from the Mowbray racecourse in a crush. Messrs^ J.^-H. M'Kay, P. Finn, J.- C. Whitclaw, Di'M.'Lennan, C. H.. Cnrtin, and F. W. Wathen elected members of the Zeehan and Dundas Hospital 'Board. A Queensland blacktracker is assisting the' New Zealand police in their search for the. man who has been stabbing stal lions in so wholesale a manner. Sir Richard Baker, President of South Australian Legislative Council, says result of Premiers' Conference must be a great disappointment to true federalists. He disapproves mainly of the alteration of the three-fifths to an absolute majority at joint sittings. ? Prince of Sase-Coburg and Gotha, Alfred Alexander William Ernest Albert, only. son of. the Duke of Edinburgh, is d\ead. ? ? ; ' Fire insurance companies lost £302,40 in New Zealand last year. , Mr C. R. Thomlinson, present manager of Launceston ' Examiner,' has been ap pointed Gover...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

Business lotices. LEATHEE , - - WA 1{ r. POE EEALLY PiliST - CLASS ' ' BOOTS A 1ST D SHOES TO SUIT ALL TASTES, you cannot do better tlrnn give the .L E y E N BOOT MART A call before purchasing elsewhere. You mil also find am excellent assortment of . - - ' -ENGLISH-AND ^ COLONIAL - SADDLERY, ,. ''ALL -AT SPECIAL Wholesale Prices ^for Spot Cash. * ' ;, F. BARNES, REIBEY.ST., ULVERSTONE , '* Wanted. ? i ? i WANTED— Dark and Light PLUMS.'m nil} quantity Particulars ^ CITY FRUIT 'MABT, West Devonport WANTED KNOWN — Tbat JOHN THOMPdOX, WtotDtvonport, is now making sets of HARNESS suitable for any nork. Older eailj , WANTBD-l'O&lb and KAILS. . Apply to ' / ' CHEVERT0N.wd FREEMAN, , Penguin. ?fTTANTED EVERYONE TO 'k^OW Large Assortment of WATCHES, CLOCKS, FEWELLERY, SPECTACLES, etc, Good, 3heap. [IEPWORTH, WATCHMAKER,' f-,' t ROOKE STREET DEVOXPORT Miscellaneous. West Devon Election.. [Beg to return my cordial 1KANKS to the ELECTORS Of WEST DEVON J v }, or the confidence shown in l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

* Sporting. UNITED FEIENDLY SOCIETIES ANNUAL SPORTS, To be held on the Recreation Ground, WEST DEVONPOET, On EAST£lt MONDAY, April 3rd, 1899. BegisteredunderN.T.A.A.andL.T.W Procession will leavo Lodge-room, Stewart street, at 10 a.m., and. march 'witt banners and full regalia. First-class Band in attendance. Officials : Chairman : Mr 'W. G. Curwen.- £ Judges: Messrs B. Ellis, and,W.H. M'Fie Handtcappers : Messrs H. P. Fannon anc W. G. Curwen. - ' Clerk of Ground : Mr E. Cole. Starter: Mr A. Gl Cox:' Gatekeepers: MeBsrs G. Cole, P. Ahem ?A. Webster. Timekeeper : Mr A. E. Braeger. Treasurer ;? Mr W. G. Curweri; Secretary : Mr H. P. Fannon. PBOGBAMME.* No Acceptance Fees. No Acceptance Fees! . First Event to Btart 11.80 sharp. BqVs' Handidap, Under 12 years. 1st, '5s; 2nd,2s6d. r. - . . Maiden Handicap, 100yds. 1st, 20s; 2nd, as. ! Entry, 2s. Sheffield Handicap, Of £14. 1st, £10, and 'North Western Advocate' trophy, value £2 2s ; 2nd, £i 10s ; 3rd, £1 ; 4th, 10s, Entry, 5s. Half-Mile ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

Birth. '- Dobbie. — On January 22, at Mona street, Battery Point, Hobart, the wife of E. D. .Dobbie— a daughter. . . Gatty.— On January 31, at Brighton, the wife of James Gatty— a daughter. Deaths! r RlSELBTf.— On February ? 6,. at Waratah, Henry, eldest son of the late Eandell Rise ley, of King's Meadows, in his 57th year. Gone to rest. ' ' ? New Zealand papers, ' Canterbury Times' and 'Wanganui Chronicle,' please copy. Gleeson;— On February 8. at her parents' residence, Whitefoord Hills,Hilda Rebecca Gleeson, aged 4 years. M'Gee.— On February 8, at his late resi dence, Boss, James Deadman M'Gee, in his' 83rd year. e Fictoby.— On February C. at Frankford, Bose,' the beloved wife .of Alfred Victory, aged 33 years. Bolton. — On February 1,-at the Hospital) Hobart, Joseph Bolton, in his 79th year. Dldmkadow.— On February 8, at 'Wel- wyn,' Sandy Bay, Dr J. H. P. Oldmeadow, in his 70th year.

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QUEENSLAND. THE GATTON TRAGEDY. THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS. Brisbane, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

QUEENSLAND. THE GATTON TRAGEDY.         THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS. Brisbane, Sunday.             The police seem as mystified as ever in connection with the Gatton tragedy. A   man who arrived at Laidley a few days ago has informed them that he was   camped only 50 yards from where the Murphys were murdered, and could       identify the murderers, who were three   men, well armed. So far the police have been unable to verify this statement.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 February 1899

A Military Funeral — The remains of the late Colonel Crawford (writes our Ul- verstone correspondent) were placed in their last resting place in the Sprent Cemetery on Friday afternoon. The funeral, which was a military one, left deceased's late residence, 'Deyrah,' Castra, and arrived at Sprent, at 3 o'clock.   The coffin, covered with the Union Jack, was conveyed on a gun carriage belonging to the Launceston Artillery. On top of the coffin were Colonel Crawford's sword and cocked hat. The cortege was pre- ceded by the Ulverstone Brass Band,   who played the Dead March in Saul.   Members of the No. 1 detachment of the Third Battalion were the pall-bearers. The escort, which was under the command of Lieut. Gurney, consisted of a number of men from various detachments of the Third Battalion. Amongst those present were Major Brown, Lieutenants Henslowe   and Sailes, Captain and Lieut. Crawford, Major Spilsbury, General Wilson, ,Hon. ...

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