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DIAMONDS & DESTINY A Remarkable Story of Discovery and Adventure. PART X. AN AUSTRALIAN NOVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 21 December 1897
DIAMONDS « DESTINY A Remarkable Story ot Discovery and Adventure. PART X, AN AUSTRALIAN NOVEL, 1 Ben Wills, of tho Shoalhavcn Store nnd public-house. He ? ' A low, gasping cry from Rose J'Vnh.-iin Inttrniptuil Constable Moss, and turning, he saw that the girl had regained her feet and wns standing pale ns a ghost nnd trembling most violently, 'Wills I Did you say Wills?' she Askcil. 1 Yes, Miss Karnhnm, it was Ben Wills sure enough, as Wallace nnd Forbes can prove. Who tho other three were wu don't yet know, though the clue obtained will soon be followed ill). U'c hnd .1 rare Inh tn pet hern. iir,' Constable; Moss continued, turning :o the squatter, 'These fellows would i.ive killed every one of us il they :ould so as lo destroy idenlincition, iValluce is certain they were waiting or us at the Dig U.ip, but he took a mibIi road nnd got round the place.' I And where — where is Mr. Marlow iow?' asked K.irnluin, not heeding the :onstablc's recital. ?At Jirady's, A party of mounted poli...
Cricket. The First Test Match. M'LEOD "RUN OUT." AN UNPLEASANT INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 21 December 1897
Cricket. '.'. The I'Ii-h- l'usl ^IiiK'Ii. U'hltOD 'HUN OUT.' AN UNPLl'MHANT INOIDIfNT, The following pnilloularii are tu linnd by mull, with lefcrencu lo an mipluuant Incf dent iverlnoknd by our correspondent In luleitraphliig, lu eonnccllun with n ' run out ' deolsloii niruotiiiK 0. M'l.cod (Vlo.') In llm meoiid InnlngH of Aintrnlla, In thn llrst lost mutch 1 iiIho ,,f nn luteivlnw wllh I'rlneu lliin|llpluti]l on thu grcut inntehl — Hyiixby, Thursday.— A bit of bid luak lost M'I.eoil hlH wluket, Ilnnnerninu culluil 11 'no bull' to Illotinrdsan, nnd n full loss pllohed light 011 tup of tho wloknt. M'Leod thought Hut Darling had culled 'Louk out,' nud It put him off bis stroke, for ho uiadu no ntlumpt In play it. Thinking ho wns out ho walked away, nnd boforo Darling could scud him back Storer piillud up tho stump nud Phillips gnvo It 'run out.' Tho tie ntslon win strongly questioned, nnd It was tirucd that us M'l.cnd had not touched Ibu bull he eueld nut poatlbly hu mil fur going uu...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 21 December 1897
ftnvs iii Uriel. I)neumber21. Silver, 2/2), I par os. AsJaRBlnallon III l.filulon, Uurglary nt Toepooksim. Qrcnt heat lu Mulh.iiirnn, Clrent illsordur In Mndrld, Vegolnhlcl Honrou lu llobart. Smil.it furcr n-, SjiiUi Uurnlo. KxlonMrii bush rims In Vlototlii. Damlot tho French nofulUt Is dead. (Ireuo-Tiirkliih l'e.ioa Treaty rntllled. A Ohleiigi Hjilery, See llrst page. Mitlilstoua typhoid cpldomlo nhalliig, I'arllnmoiilnry fimlnn for 18»7 ended. Labor neijollalluns slowly prugresalng. A cnlf 111 Ihu .Stanley pound, Heo ndvt QliTen likely to play In next lest mntcli. acrmaii Hqiiidruii left Kiel fur Klao-chnu, Conocrtnt Mlnnley on Ilixing night, tlco nlvl. I.lliht rain sot In about 10 o'eluck last nlijhl. Weights tot Slralmn races In another Illeyolea fur hire nt J.Slrphousou'ii Iliunle SuiaiUt. Thcruiomiilcr Up to 110 In Ihu shado at Adelnide. Mt. Lyell 4/ divl, (£r,0,0O0) pnynblo on Mr J. J. (laftnoy clcotcd Master Warden nt mrnhnn, Cam uiii. Wynyard crlckctnrs played a drawn game,...
LAUNCESTON CITY COUNCIL SQUABBLING OVER A SEAT [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 21 December 1897
I.A0K0IJ8TON CITY COUNCIL SQCABllMNa OVER A SEAT , Laonokbton', Monday— At nn only stngo Of ibiiproccedlngs of this nftornoon'i sitting of tho City Council, Alderman lUrrott draw attention to the faot that Alderman Wltwn had not compiled with a resolution passed nt last meeting ordering him lo rein mo bis old ?cat, Initeid of occupying that which by right belonged to Alderman Fnlrthorno, ono of tho now momborr. Alderman Wilson declined to movo and tho Mayor said he did not Madly know how to mako him. A deadlock aoemod Imminent when Alderman Darrntt jiimpod up nnd movod the adjourn ment, Aidorman Kaillor aceondod tho motion whloh wai oarilol on a division, Tho Council then ndjourned, ami as tho result of a few minutes conclave Alderman Wilson consented to cxehango scats with Alderman' Fnlrthorno nnd buslnosi wns re sumed,
Parliament. THE END OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 21 December 1897
Purliamcnt. THE END OF THK HUSSION. In tho Leginlnllvo Council on Thursday, tho Hon. James 01 hum movoil n resolution In favor of n loan to tit Helen's Water Trust, but which, nttor dobnlo, was withdrawn. The Supplementary Appropriation, I. nonces- ton Water nnd Light, and Inscribed Block Bills wcro read a third llmo and pnsaud. The North Mount Lycll to Macquaila Hatbour Railway Bill was carried through tbo com mitteo atago ami piHsed, A rewlutlon tu re vivo next bwbIoii bills partly dealt with lids Bcatlon, was carried on a dlvlslun by 7 to 4. the Income Tax Bill pnsscd through tho commlltco Binge. Tho Council decided not to ln*l«t upon Ila amendments In tho Depart ment of Agriculture Illll. In (ho Iluusa uf Assembly on Thiirnlny, '?'tin Itrtisil Kiti'tt A hi Itlll tvm mail ft Hf-riiitif) llmo nnd passed nil other »lii(c... Tho Uuv ernniont prlnolplu for partlolpatlon in Ihc «7,000 provided for tlm year Is, for tour yenra consecullvo rntlug nt 1/ In thu £1, O.I, for thrco yenii III...
Great Heat in Victoria. 107 DEGREES IN THE SHADE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 21 December 1897
Great Heat in Victoria. 107 DEGREES IN TUB SHADE. Mr Hnracchl's foreoaBt,' Very hoi,' was more than verified yesterday with Ilio visita tion uf the hottest ilay of thu aeawn and nt tho year «J far (.'tales Friday's ' Argus.') Thohoatnf n icorchlngmm wii3 nggmvated by n north wind uf furnncu-blaat Intensity, nnd to make locomotion moro dlaanrcenble there was for n tlmo n gnud denl of dust, which the watcr-curts failed to keep down. Tlio maximum record nt Iho Observatory waa ln7deg, lu tho slm-lu (ITill-aJeg, In thu ami) nn 1 Ibis was regUtcrod about a qimtcr-pist 4 in Ih'i i,rn:riioin. Tho lempcrnturu throughout I hod iy rosi n id fell lu a fitful in inner. From » slndu register of 02 7deg at nboul half-past tl In Iho mirnlng theru was a fall of HH.Ic.-. halt an-hnuraftenvnrila. Then tho mercury roso to lOlldoK., toll to 102'8 leg., rose to 10.1 H,leg., fell again to 101'Ulc*., and flnnlly roso to 107de|j, Thu register In Iho nun for the greater pint nf Ilio day was 153-Bdcg., though...
Intercolonial. NEW SOUTH WALES. A CLERGYMEN SENT TO GAOL FOR THEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 21 December 1897
Iistcrcolonlitl. NEW SOUTH WALES. A OLKtiaYMAN BUNT TO GAOL FOIl THEFT. At Iho Sydney Pullco Court Allon qraco, SS yenrs of ngo, attired In qloricnl gnrb., was chnrged with Blcallng two sola, q[ ohesmncn trora the School of Aria, q race said hu h*d recently arrived In thocolouy from England, Whero llo hnd lieon a curntn, Ho liiul ex. pented lo reoelvo nn appointment In the Uhuroh lioro but It hnd not come, nud ho hnd found himself In great atrnltn, hnvlng boon two days without food, nnd being without nny placo to Bleep, Ho -ahl ho had U-osons, who wero olorgymcn, In England, and oipoctod raonoy Jrom' them, but nono coming be hnd slolon tlio chenmon uniler a BU'ldili Impulse, Aaknd why ho did not nppcal fur nld toother elcru;incn, hu etnlil, ' You do not know wlml that menus, your worship,' Prisoner tvns lined «fi, In defnull two months1 Impilsnnnient,
DEATH OF A FAMOUS NOVELIST. London, December 17. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 21 December 1897
DEATH OF A FAMOUS NOVELIST. London, December 17. M. Alphonso Daudet, the famous French novelist, died suiKlenly yesterday, nged r-7 years, Whllu nt dinner ho had nil attack ot syncope (fulntlng) an I nuvar regained con ?oleusncai, [M. Dnidot was tho foremost novollstot Frnnoi, with tho exception, per haps,' ot M. Zola, Hu also drnmntleed a number nf his novels with great success, Most ot M. Daudct'a novola have boon trans lated Into English, For brllllanco ot des cription nnd power ot oharaotoiliatlon M, Daudet was unrlrnllod among modem French novellslr,]
THE GREAT STRIKE. NEGOTIATIONS SLOWLY PROGRESSING. London, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 21 December 1897
TI1K allBAT HTIUKU, NKOOTIATIONH SLOWLY PIlOaitESSINU, l.oinliin, Djocmbor 18, There Is n prji|inct of ngrccineut between Federated Einployor« and Iho Amnlgmnnled Eaglnccisovr.r tlm miioh-ilebnlod quoitlona of fiuulnm i-f manngcmenl, reguhitlon ol plcucwoik, nndpiyinontforoveitlme. The thlif ilillloulty Is Kt ill In deciding what nninbir of hours bIiiiII cuustitulo n legal working day. Tho lion, T. A. Urniany, Kpcnkli'g ut Park tlunu, silil tho emplnyuia ought lo yield aoniclhllig In tho matter ot'thu lioura ot Inbor If they n ru iillmvod roaaonubto truudom or luiiMginiuiit, .ind li» mlvliicd them to ro fin.tti Irnin nttnckiu^ tlm vital ptluclplu ot Tradcs-Unliuidni.
RUSSIAN FOOTHOLD IN NORTH AFRICA. London, December 14. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 21 December 1897
IUSSIAN FOOTHOLD IN NORTH AFRICA. London, December 11. Ii rumored that Franco leases Blxcrta to ila.— LIHiertn it a Tunisian aenport, 98 ? N.W.of Tunis, nnd tho most notlhorn o of Africa. The p^rt was fromerly ono bn heft In thu Mediterranean, but now admits small void*. It la capable, eirr, o( great c»pinslon, Ihoro being nt head nt the bay two gulfs running 20 a inland, 40 or (10 fathoms deep, but with r »(t of water at tbo entrance.]