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NORTH WESTERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 December 1897
NORTH WESTERN BIFLK ASIOOIA TIOS. LAnsop.STON, WeJneiihy, — A rlllo shoot ing meeting, under the auspices ot tho North Wcslnrn Rlfla Assoclntlon, was commenced on tho Launcoston range today. Tho follow Inn nro the nrlnclrml scores put un lo-day ;— Nursery Match, 100 nnd 500 yards— Ser- geant T. Chamloy, Hobart polio?, 32, 80—112 j Gunner Tynan, L-iunccstMi Artillery, 33, 29 —02 1 Prlvnto J. Bawanl, llunili-, 81, 20 — 00 1 pilvato L, Home, Meamlcr, r,9; Hurgoon-I.loutcnant Olblin, 08', Pri vate Burton, L.II.R., Ml i Sergeant Italley, [57 ; Captain W, G. llopo, Shefflold, BO j Sergeant Lou, Ksk, B0, 40 competed. Braddon Match, at 800 and 500 yards. Gunner M'Elwcc, Launceslon Artillery, 2n, 35—111 j Sergeant W, Bain, Lnuncostou Police, 20, 83— Bit ; Private J. Bawsrd, Burnle, 31, 23—59; Captain Hopo, Shef field, 60 j Sergeant Tong, Burnle, 60 ( I'd valoOahy, Dorset, 51) i Sergeant J. B. Chirr, Launccston Artlllcrv. CO, 50 comncted.
A QUESTION OF ORTHOGRAPHY The Colored Woman Suspected a [?] and Was Resentful. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 December 1897
A QUESTION OF ORTHOQRAPHV Tim Colonel Woin-u Hui|»ct«l nUii'M1 Him uml Wai ltiiaontrul. r'ekftuliiny Jim came home from Fduml v'lth a knowing twiuklo In hla vy-; miyj the WualilnEton Htar. Throw lm: hlM bookH Into tlio wood box, he -nl doun 011 tho ciluu of It nud, with tlio air of u croaa-exiimlner liKgum 'Maiuiny, whut's do ben' t'liiu tcr tat 1111 i.-rr Tho old ludy nlnppeil with tlie corn ponu h!,l( wny out of the oven, and Baaed at htr hoii In ainnzeineiit. 'J»a'« irhut I culls or f»ol qutntlon,' Bin: i-xclnlmcd. 'l)n'n -lu kin' i-r t'lnK dm jji.t'H ter show how yoh kin go ter till lot an' k» to school, an' not hab nn 1110' common KtiiHo -lun de day yoh wus bun. Mebbc,' ahe ndded, nuspW otiKly, 'ymi'H liei-n ?eoclntln' wlf white irhl'.lun iiu much diit yoli'H done cot l',,!i tits'o upllcil on' doaii know whut 14 koikI tor cat no mo',' 'Vn», I dous. I Jea1 wants to heah y,,u my It.' ?Anybody known dnt do boo' t'lng t«i r«t dnt ittaWH In 'iKisntim.' 'i-uli. mnmmyl' laUKhcd Pickan...
AN AUSTRALIAN NOVEL. DIAMONDS & DESTINY A Remarkable Story of Discovery and Adventure. PART XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 December 1897
AM AUSTRALIAN HOVlil« DIU01U)5& DESTINY A Roniarkable Story of Discovery and Adventure. PART XIII. Filled with conflicting lliouglits, ho itealtliily iikuIk his way lu thu torn forlfAblo nirtnsfon of the squatter, raokin[! round fur ltiil;iii|; foes as lie proKrcssGcl. When lie (;ot within a quarter of a milt1 of lliu buililin/; lie decided to remain until darkness fell, 13 it wns unsafe to approach closer. After a wnit of more than nn hour Hateman, under cover of night, crept up lo the homestead, lie knew every part of it well, and had lilllu difficulty In fjellintf round to llio pail on iho enst side where a drawing-room much fre(luented by his swuelhcnrt was located. Creeping up to the low window he pueped ihruttgli with fasl bcnling heart, hut instead of lliu fascinating fealures of Ruse, his eyes rcstvtl -»n tlict rtigyci! features of the squatter himself. The owner of Nani(,'o had a pile of papers and dc-ciimcnls in front of him on llio table, and he was reading them w...
News From Abroad. British and Foreign. THE GREAT STRIKE. ENGINEERS STILL REFUSE TO WORK. A SECRET CONCLAVE. London, December 24. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 December 1897
]\'ews From Abroad. ?Irlllali nml l'-irel)rii. THE GBKAT STRIKE. KNOINBERS HI'IlL REFUSE TO WORK. I A SECRET CONCLAVE, London, Dcccmbor 24. s^tG, N.Barnes, the general nectotary to the Amalgamated Society of Engloeers, slates I flat the engineers ar.d nlllid trades now on BtTIko In Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, and other largo centres, will not rcsuino work unless Iho houis of labor nro reduced to M pur weak, Thu men nio prc pnied, however, to conccdo to tho masters thepolut as to the employment of Inbor unlcr tho o'd oondllluns. London, December 20, A conferenei of enslneoring nnd kindred trados has discussed a proposal tu co*opcrnto In demanding 01 hours ns the limit of a week's work, '111') resolutions udoptcd nro as jot kept secret. The strike unemployed number 81,000,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 December 1897
1IUIIMIR HlQH SCHOOL,— Tho Burnlo High School broko up for tho Christmas holidays on Thursday, Dee, S3. Mrs Tranmur ilia Irlbulodlliuprlzcalo tlia various reolplenls, Bayln* a few kindly words to caoli. Tho Her. H. T, Trnnnur has boon picparlng novwal ot tho pupils for iho aonnal Church of Kogland Diocesan examination 111 scrip ture knowledge, wlilek In conduotod hy the Ilcv. J. B. W. Woollnoiigh, M.A. (Oxon) M,H.A,forCarnaiioii,andhashadlhoi(ratlfy ing Inlclllgcnco tint Ihrco of hta pupils liavo passed anil will rccolro corlllLjatos, via., Henry ltaymond, Konilh Claw', Old Tosla mont I P, Annabel Tranmar, Old Tostamcnt I nnd W. W. Docking, Junior Division, This Is tho (lr»t time Iliat n Burnlo sohoi.l has computed In this examination, which has been held annually by thu Church ut Eng land authorities since 18S5. Thoso who took prlns, ns havint' hocn In atlondanco the wholo year, wcro Harry Dowllng (sotlpture), Harry Dowllng (ilox of school), Henry Bay mond (2, arithmetic and geogra...
The Chinese Question. BRITISH CLAIM FOR CONCESSIONS. RUSSIAN INFLUENCE PARAMOUNT. A RUSSO-CHINESE COMPACT. LONDON, December 24. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 December 1897
The Chinese Question. BMTISII CLAIM FOIl CONOKSSIONH. BCSSIAN INFLUENCE PAnAUODNT, A EUSSO-CHINKHK COJII'ACr. LosnoN, neccmbor 21. A Rcuter'a telegram from Pekln states that tho Britlth authoritlea there have noil fled to the Chlncso Oovcrnnient a denniul for a q'l-l pro quo It China grants conccs .lona to other nations, China regards Iluvila as her only friend . Great Britain's Influence Is nil, largely owing to this failure of lait loan negotia tions. Russian officers are drilling China's northern rvrmlc'. Rusala Is negotiating wltli San Francisco and Chicago llrma for largo supplies of canned fruit and meat, to ho delivered at Vladlvoatock, In view of posjlblo troublo. Tbo 'Nova Vreroya' says Japan Is Isolated, and unablo to comrnnnd tlio support of any Power Interested in Chinese waters. Tlio -? Novostl ' sa;s Qreat Ilrltiln will probably acquire Port Hamilton or Lnzarofr, Othor new.pnpcrs say a Russo-Chincsa compact in Korea will give nn enormous power, Tho United States Govern...
The Emu Bay Times. Published Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth; and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whose list." THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1897. THE "SISTER NATIONS." [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 December 1897
CDe €mn Day Cimc$. I'ntlhhetl Kvery Tuciilaj/, Thurtttay, and tiiturittti/, ' I am In the place whoro 1 am demanded ol oonsolonco to speak the truth ] and there foru the truth 1 speak, Impugn It whoso list' TUU118DA Y, DKOUMUUU 30, tll)7, TIlU 'S18TKH NATIONS.' Tin grout golf-govcriilng dopcmlBticica of llio llrilisli Kmiilrc Imvo ccrliihily no ronsou nt Iliis point to t'oniplnin uf tlio lioalllon In whlcli tluiv- alnnil licforo llio iviiikl. 'Wlmtcvor may Imvo Iracn tlio sunlltuciit iiiitertniui'd luwurd llioin In tho yonva of lliolr iionngu by tlio ropresontB tlvoH of tho Jlnnolie.Hlor School, there is no question na to how Ihoy nro cstccuuul now (hut (liny have grown to ninn'n (islnlo. Thu very nifcroiicn to tlio liy gono blunder Is now only Hindu to cmiihnatao tho atroni; sot (if [ireaent oiilnlon In thu oppoiiito ilireclion. Thus wu hnvii Mr Ohiunlicriniu citing it simply to point Hie mornl of tho ilttliilco gntlicr ing, to liiud tlio ciithiisiiislie loyally ol tho Colonies nnd...
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 December 1897
NllIl'l'INU. IIUIISII3, AniTlVKD. Doc. 2S— Australln, -s, 150 tons, \V. J. ^louers, from Launcestnn. Deo. 25— Manaponrl, ss, 1,783 tonB, J. Olbb, from Mollmiirno. 1'asnungurs— Saloon : ttoBilamea ymdh, 'i'llley ami two children, IIuKuan, Block and family, Matthows, White j MlBsra Iloidy, Willis, Oroy i Mo«rs Davli!., O^lioruo, ifopkiin, O ark, Brown, Whttty, Na^h, MoAinsh, llngloy, Shaw, Hiiiiunn, Hewitt, llrnok, Whkk, Margolts, Bruhenoy, Oharles, ICdly i Master Huggan j H utuurauu. Deo. 28— MwHndorry, s», 110 toin, W. Madden, from rttralian. Deo. 28— Doriiit, t», 120 tons, \V. Uolyman, from LaiuionHion. Deo, 28— Dors.it, s», 120 tons, W. llolyroan, from Stanlay. i ' Deo. 2B— aionolg,B8, 210 tons, J, M'Nalr, from Stratum. Doe. 21)- Clrjiflon, b». r,,', I tons, II. MorrlH by, from Melbourno. Four pnsnnuers. SAILED. Doc. 25— All'tralla, as, -100 Innii, W. J. niu-lMor riirnhaii. Dec. 2r,— Mamip.iurl, ss, 1,78.1 tons, J. (Him, for Sydney vi.i Macquurlo Heads and llolurt Passengurs — Bal...
AT WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 December 1897
AT WYNVARD. On T.uwUv tbo I1M1 Town team vftitcd Wyiiy.iid,«liirolhovdifealcilaMther«cnk loeul team by 10 t\iekt:U Tlio homo team wei.t to the « Icl.rla lir.-t, but only scored II, Martin, uliu pliycd well for ID not out, Whig the only onoto mnko a stand. Irish Town uu.le 128 in tin ir Hut lnuliiga, Cur loll 27, Ainsllo 25, I'ltluiuatl 20, nnd Mnitin Hnllormi 17, bung 1 ho chltl contributor'. Wvnynnl iiinilo a belter alan.l in tbo second IniilugH, tin totnl reaching 100, maloly ow ing to thu guoil batting of AIiIomoii, llnrrl ton, Feign, on, nnd Cr.a-. This U.It only 17 for tho vlaitoi.1 to get to win, wh'ch they ncconipllKlicd without the lots n wicket. Tha bowling nnnlysoi of this match nisi nro In complete. T'l.c, uiildiriK (.1 thu tultora tsas pieailyn.lmlivd,nn.looiiliniuU:linnosiiiiill ilegr.i} In their Buecesa. Tliu lrl-h Town leiun wiro eiiterinlnid nt dinner by the Wynuml Dlub nt M'Murrny'a Hotel. The MWing nro tho asorcs ;— WvNVAlin— Klwt Innlngi, O. linger., cC.uroll.b Co...
The Great London Fire. FULL PARTICULARS. 56 BUILDINGS COMPLETELY DESTROYED. ESTIMATED LOSS ABOUT £2,000,000. NO LIVES LOST. 67,000 TONS OF WATER USED. ONE LOSER BY THE FIRE BECAME INSANE. LONDON, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 December 1897
(lie iiwat l.diidcMi I'iic. VULL rAllTICUIiAUS, 51) DUIl.DISUt) C'OSII'LISTKIA' DK STUOVKLi, ICHTIMATKI) LOSS A11UUT *2,000,000, NO I.IVKS LOHT. 07,000 TONS Of WATKIt USKD. ^ 0N1C I.0.SU11 II V Till.; I.'IUH HE0.VM1! INSANK. I.UXHON, November 2(1, A llio, Mirpoicd to l.a (ho biggest Mnco lHGli, broke out yesioilny nftrrnton in tho h. nil nt the city, and ilcrnstiilod nu r.r.'.i of about 200yaids by 150 vault, bounded by Kieholns Eiiliaie, K.lninn I idi.ee. Jewiu cro-. cent, Australian avenue, nud Tuul'a nlley. ?ilieconlliiKiiiiloii iriuiu.ilml In the pteinlses nf no ostrich fenlber inerehsni, Well street. Tho Bceno of the outbreak hm loug borno nxi unenviable dlatlntiion, being culmed bright rod on tLolnaurancr in-i|i-, which in lt.dlc.i tlvo of the highly hazardoiiB nnture of tlio rlfk nud coiiccpaudlngly high ratec, It lies just back of Aliluug.ito stioet, n little north of ihu amoral l'o«l Ullice, and south of Ilia llniblcnn, nml ia one of tl.o oldest bualncai potltloi i In llio ...