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Sunday, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
flnndiiv. December 20. Church of England.— Burnlc— 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Somurset— !l p.m. 0am lload— 2,110 p.m. Wfnyaiil— 7 p.m. O.M.K. Church —Wynyard—Rov Paynn Hand 7. Fli.wetdale— Mr llrown 8. Mt. Illok*— Mr Dicker II. Omn U.i»d— Ruv i'avno II. I'liiiuuln— Mr I'rowao 2 110 nnd 7. I'laownod— Mr I'rnwwi II, Mr Y.xley 7. Ilurnlu— Past'ir W II. Dowo 11 and 7. Ho mnluc ? PiiBtnr llown »t n, Wealoyau Ohuroh.— Iturnlo— Mr llrown U a.tn , Supply 7 p.m Wynynrd— Mr Hrown II nml 7. Blatera Crook— Mr Pollard 2.B0, Mr Pollard 7.80, Camp Oreok— Ho acrvlco. Bomernet— Mr C. Ounnln|ia 7, Primitive Methodist Ohuroh,— llurnlo— (Jenornl Wilson 11, llov Kutfora 7. Eight Mile— Mr Hayes a.
The Voice of Experience. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
'Ilin Viih-o or i:*]-rrlniii-.i. The weddlnir will occur very soon, nnd aho wim telling hot' mother about her plans for a home, 'Whim Harold Is out late at night,' nho nnlil, 'I nhnll not ncolil him. 1 shall try to ho reasonable. I think I nhnll go no far a* to keep a light burning for him to mftko It »oom cheery whon he returm.' Her mother was silent. 'Don't you think It would be a Rood Idoa to koep tho light burning for him?' «ho persisted. 'Well, It might do very well for tho first month or so. But after Harold hn» paid a few ebb bill*, you'll pri.li ably conclude thnt It will bo JuhI an wnii in nut the niatoliuB where ho can find them nnd turn the light out,'- Washington Star.
The Cynic's Busy Day. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
T!i.. r--nli--!i llun.,- liny. ii iiuiiM Minit* \\i.rui» u luirioie long lime to turn. IJwry renl nice old woman tlilnku thnt people like lo hem- al.nut her married children nnd the Brandchlld ren. Tho sooner n monument Is put up nfiei- n man dies the nlce-r tho thing* said on It. n«t of li.i were named after our parent*' kin who had the mom money, nml what did It not us? 11 In nil over: tho wife of onn of tho lloeert democrat* In town wns Been thin moniliiK gnlnrr to the house of tho (lurc-est nepiil.lii-.in to borrow a calio There seems to he only ono thing thnt can be depended upon In politics, nnd that la thai It takes a stronger innn to cany hln own ward than to carry his own state.— Atohlson Cllobs.
Our Oppositionists. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
Our Oppositionists. TO THU EMTOH, Sir. — Tho wny in wlilch residents ol the Emu Hay nnd surrounding dish Ida Inko I lie various Hellenics that hnvo Wen otgnuiBcd lo try In tlio ilrst placo lo frighten thu Kmu liny Rallw,iy Company from going on wllh (heir lino, nud lludlng Hint to bo impciEellilo they Hun iiec nil their emlcavars to stop tlio llou being conatructed from Iho Loven to Ilia liny, ouly goes to shuw tliu wisdom in nut tnkln- up nrms ngnlnst Mich Intensely Belt Interested actions imd of tlio old udnga, 'Qlvo tliom enough lopd and they will hnng thom^lv^.' At tlio s.imo llmo n'e shoulil nil endurso your lending nitlcla of tho 18lh lust., nnd sovoul pruenllng it ami ' Taxpayer's' rufjrcuoj oii tlio Ilth inat, to thnfO hypocritical ngllatoM. A iiuodsti night- forward common cense Opposition nil should like to bco | It helps to check uiiduu nnd liaily doobtluna nud krep down Hint lug rolling nud eclMntciciti-d dlsposiiluii which Is unfortunately to provnli lit In many of our ...
The Modern Hunters. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
Tim Mi.ileru Huntira. 'I rcnlly niiint get one of thoeo liulckcrhockor lumtliig ccMtuincs,' Bald tin- Illrl In lilun. 'Hut yi.il don't know anything niiuut u nun.' protested tho one in (Tray, 'or coiiiH not.' , 'Anil you wouldn't duro go near ono.' 'TIiiU'b atso truo.' 'And you'd be nfrald to ffo near any 'Quito light.' 'Thou you wouldn't be able to du any llUhtlllB.' 'Hint husband limiting Is still sorne wlint In vogue, und 1 don't know any tliliiK I. utter for It than nuch a eon tunic iui that, now thut the linthlnt scnonn Is over nnd wo haven't (julte i-ciielicd the decnlleto period.— Chlcngo rust.
Great Fire on the West Coast. OLD PENGHANA ALMOST DESTROYED. SCORE OF PERSONS RENDERED HOMELESS. HEART-RENDING SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
Oreat Ilio on tint West ('oust. OLD PJONfliMNA AI.MOMT DIC HI'UOYKD. HCOIlH OK PKUHONH IIENDICHKU IIUMICI.HHH, ' HKAUT.I115N~dTnU S0KN1C8. C'1 i!i»\'NHTOWK, 'iluirsiliy. — A Irnniendoim \'fiutli (lio Is Y»ul»g In Ibo vicinity of Queens I tbo town bolim In Imminent duller. As n ? result of tbo lira sprondliii- lulu tha lown ? ship of I'tmyhana, wlioro Iho ilUn«troii* (lio ?ocenrrod last year, Peiiuhiuia h.is hem ? almost dcatroyul aualii. In consi'ipcnac, ?scores of litt'nin hnvu been rendered hnnin ?lets. Many hoiuW.ndlng (cones huro honn Iwltncsiril, women nnd children nniinwl.v losoiipinit wilh Ibulr Hvih. I Tho lire has been nutlng lu the Mirmundliig ?bush Mnoo Sunday. Iliiinliuds of men havo Iboon battling with Ihn ileiy llend, ondeiivnr liiiK to nrrcH l'« iiMgnwa, Imt bo fir their Eiirorls b'VU proved rutlle. Tho ciiuvorler woika Imil a vuiy nairaw -ronpn fiom deal rum Ion mid Ihu Alt. f.voll L'n. li'iveloKthnnilruUof Ii.iih nf llroiviiud, Mil nnd stiioked for Ilium 1 1 thu hus...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
K0U LASSlTUDIi, TOllPll'M'Y, KOUU 81OMACII, INDIQK.SriOK, IIKADACIIK, 1IAOKAUI1K, Exo,, Tuki- a couplo of Flttrh-i'i PlUi overy sscond nlghij they aio a prouipt and sure cuio nnd (*lvo coilalu lellef. FI.KT01IUIl\4 PIIJ.S am n quick, aurc, ai i| reliable remedy tor all conipUfnti arUlug fruul torpid liver, Indention, weak iloirncl), and Impurities of tbo blood, They aro pro puicd on rational and smsllilu lines, hud do not contain a pattlclo of caUmel, giimbotji', or any drastlo purgnllvo, but operate by per fecily nntural mcaut, by -tlraub\tlng tho liver ami Increasing Ilio flow of bile, nnd thus producing cnay evucuatloua and natural cathnrw* without tho nnnnynnoo and pain of gtlplngnml pursing Uunaroof thu mnny hmmful substitutes nn ealo in many nliops. Nuho nro genuine unless t)ioy bear tho slguatuio of F. Moore Olimonia on' tho oiilnldu wrapper, CMC Slllim TOSIO and FLBTOUBIVS TILLS bavo bicomo aucb hmisohnld words that Imitations are frii|iit'nlly offered, Wo con lend that this...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
Mr I»a»o Hornpr, proprietor ot Ilio Dntton Houau, Uurton, W.V., and one of the must 'vliloly known men In Iho stato was cured of ilitumatliro nftor tlnoo years of luOerlni*, Ho says 1 ' I have not sufiiclcnt command of lUBungo lo convoy any Idea of what I Jttcicnl, my pliyalelans told mo that nothing could bo donu for nit) nnd my friends wcro fully conylnccd (hat nolhlnK but. death Would relievo mo of my tultorlnrr. In Juno, JBO|, Mr Kvens, ' thun siileBiiiau for tho Whiicllni; Drill! Ho, recommended Chamber Ma's Pain ?-nlm. At this t|mo my foot nnd ? limb wcro swollen to more than doublo their ? normal «ljo nnd It seemed to mo my leg ? would burst, but soon nfler I began iibIue ? the pain Halm the swelling bogan to dcoroaso ? tbo pain to leave mo, and now I oourfdor ? that I am ontlroly cured,' For salo by nil ?talus, Hatton and Laws, General ?Agents, H Ornilioppcrn nro doing muoh damage to ?|«.'iiio oropp, orohardi nnd vlnuynrds in tho ? Oii.ubvh Dhy 0 in.— Oblalnnblo orory.
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
KIIIIMMNM. JtaUilKIJC;. AHUIVKD. l),c. 22— Star, nt, 10 tons, J, Holyman, Dec' !!»— Australia., Ep, JSU tonB, \V. J. Ilourrf, from Slr:,l);iil. IJi.-cr. 2.1— Sliiiiapouil, bs, 1,783 tons, J. Oibli, from Sydney, vh Ilobirt and Mac qiimlu Hindu IVirnKors — Saloon: M» Ono!,, Mi« Alfurd, MeiiHra Atkinson, Cook, Quinn, Camoioii, lVart, Quy, Walters, Hyrnej fi sto^rajf.). Do. 21— Siar, n, 10 tons, J. Holyman, from Wyuynrd, SAILED. Dec. 23— Manopourl, as, 1,783 torn, J. Olbb, for Mt'lbonrno. I'msongera— Saloon ! Mrs Hrehcny, Mixes Btuttoiil and Puttlt, M.aars E. Stutlord, A. Sluttord, D. A. Oslo, T. J. CrUp, Oauiilll, Hardstaff | 1 atocrace, Deo. 23— Australia, tt, 400 tons, W, J, lldijcri, for Launceston, D-c. 23— tjtar, bs, 40 tons, J, Ilo|ym»n, for Wynynrd. Deo. 24— Star, as, 10 tons, J. Holyman, for Launccaton. Tho Fa Kt.r nrrlved on Wcdnesilay nl«lit fiom Liunccston nnd (ntennodlato ports, left on ThuiKday atlornoon for Wynyard, re turned early yesterday morning and leit about it o'cl...
Telegraphic News. CHRISTMAS IN LAUNCESTON. LARGE INFLUX OF VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
'l'clcgraiiliic i\'cws. 0UIU3TMA9 IN IiAUNOKSTON, IiAnaK INFLUX OF VISITORS, I,AUN0EST0N, Friday,— Tbo olty li full of Intercolonial nnd country vlillors nnd the Bt reels aro vory lively, Tha various shops nro dcooratcd nnd Illuminated and prciont a gay oppcarnnco, 130 moro vlnllorsnrrlvfd from Slolbonrno yesterday nnd about SOU lo-diy, Including 80 for liobart, Tbo Tckapo and Coogco, duo to-morrow, nro expectud to land nnolher 250 between them from Sydney and Molbonrnc, In the way ot nmuscmenla thoro will be Iho North v. South cricket match, races at Mcntulcr and Carr'ck, nnd a rognltn nt Longford, all on Boxing Day (Monday), On Christinas Night n grand pnlprtnlnmont ot living pictures, phrlstmaa carola, do,, la to bo hold In tho Alburt Hall, and ft musical festival In tlio Cliff grounds, wlilla tha popu lar Pnyno Family of munlclnus open at tho tlcclinnlcs on Dozing Night, Tho weather is flno and thoro Is every pro mlia of It continuing bo.
WHEN TO WIND YOUR WATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
.VIIKN TO WIND YOUU WA'I'OII. Duiini,' tlio niglit your wutoli ia ijuiol, an it wen:— ihut is, ii ImiiKi up i.r ia Ijill^' ilir.in nithuut I cji'4 lin.vid. If you iluii't iviinl it .it mi;h'. ilm uniiiiMiiiiiK iBlli.-ii rchiiul, iiiMcad i.f huliiK in (luir. cuii'Utiou iliir.nu ihu d.iy. lly wnulinj; it in Iho im. rniii^ tl.o iii:i-!itpi'iiig reinidiis cli.so mid i^iit »U ilu; . It lio.pi Ihu mi.v. nicnt f.lcnily nt n timo when you nru hiimlhiig it, ns yuii run nt..nit tlm oily tciuliiii; tu your iluily biirliu-c. A iel:ix(il niniiiiprlng (?* ncriiily nc coui.U for lino v,-.ilu'h.-» varying cli|jhtly. A Inrgo crnffd lnul culkotedouteidotbo |)iitun of lliicldiiKlinm 1'uliioo, nml wcro wniliiiK to lou tho Queen, All nt unco a jipBt-nlllco vnn pniaid. ' Woll,' rmii irked n rjontlcman who hail boon tlnnuiuK for n vary long tlmo, 'wu'vo -oon tl.u ltoyol Mail, ovon If wo huven't noun tho Itoyal Fmnnlo I' Tourist (who linn just glvon Put n drink Irom his llask)! 'That'a n drop o( gouil tthi...
CAUSE FOR THANKFULNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
CAUSK FOR TIlANKiail.NKSS. ?In the Theatre Royal, Dublin, when the Iia'.inu company ennu: to play 'l'iitu.i,' the actor who tool: ihe pail of Monhislnplii-les negketed to try the trapdoor by which ho was supposed lo (lu-cond into the infernal iri-.iniis Ilia hulk was too large for lhi!opi-nin|;, and at tho supreme iiinincnt ho discovered that he could not get down above the waist. To heighten the awkwardness of the situation, and lo relieve the strained feelings of Iho audience, one of the gods in the galluiy exclaimed : ' Begorra I llic place Is full up.'
The Story of the Ghost's Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
'Iho Story of thu OIiosI'n Watch. (IWHifl, HllDWN, HoMKIIHHT.') 1 What, aoiiilouj old watoh I I don't in member teeing It on you boforn. Whcro did you pick ll up, old innii I ' This frnm mo, Olinilus flanlnor, lo my friend uml fulhw itiidont, Frank Landon.ns uo mil before 11 cticciful nro In my llunina smoking n llnnl nijclablo plpu heroic wo parted for the nluht. Frank bal returned lhat evonlng from n few dnys run Into Iho country, nnd 1 had hctn looking for n bright elmtly nccount of hi) vinlt ! hut, alllioii»h always quint, hnlind bral iiMn»iml'y iniillnni this uvcritnjr. In dcul, I ivnild inn'.u nothing lif him, and bo Hiu In fear that lio hud been ndu'nl by Laurn D.nnlng, whmn I knew bo greatly admired and Invcil. The watch was an old. fatldiiiied gnlil hiinli'r, mid ll b.id not been, nblc |,p.|):tly when bu slnrled fur hU trip Inbi tlm country a few days heron-, 1 Cl ntllv, Iml, \r.l mo t,-r ™eu niuw, r your il'ii-silou with muiher. Un you bullevu In gnos'sr I iv.ui ^nlriir In...
Rules for the Young. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 25 December 1897
links for the Young. Ilo prompt at oycry moat hour, Shut ovory door niter yon without »lnm nlnit It, Lot your first, last and best friend bo your uotber, Toll of your own f.iulla and misdoings— ml Ihojo of your hrulhers or iLiteis, Never sit down at tho tnblo or In the par or with dirty hand) or uncombed hair. 'When you aro told to do or not to do a thing by either parent, never ask ' why.' Always spoalc Mildly and politely to serv -nt«, If you would havo thorn do 10 to you. Nover Interrupt any conversation, but wait patiently (nr your turn to speak. Do careful of your tablo manners, as noth ing iho wb your uaily tralnlns sooner, Never roiorvo your good manners for com Jtfny, but bo eoually pollto at l\om,o or rtnwii, '