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Tasmania and the Tourists. WHAT THE NORTH IS DOING. AN EXAMPLE FOR THE NORTH WEST. Launceston, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

Tasmania and the Tourists. WHAT THE NORTH IS DOING. AN EXAMPLE FOR THE NORTH WEST. Launeeston, Tuesday. This morning n deputation from the Northern Tasmanian Tourists' Associa tion waited on the Premier (Sir Edward Braddon) and asked him to hand over the - . charge of the Mole ? Creek Caves to that ^?r body, which would have them protected. It was also the intention of the associa tion to organise special excursions to them, and their efforts . in this direction would induce additional railway traffic. Mr E. 0. Haviland, the hon. secretary . of the association, said the people of Laun £ cesfcon had supported the association very well since its formation, and ho asked if the Government would grantit a small sub sidy, so that extra attractions could bo ar ranged for visitors. MrR.W. Smith M.H.A., ateo brought under the Premier's notice the assistance tho Southern Association received in the way of making roads and drives by having prison labor placed at its disposal. In the north ther...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

N. W. COAST IMPORTS, EXPORTS .. AND DUTIES. . ? ? ' -. ? a The following is a return showing the value of imports, exports, also duties col lected at the several ports on the North West Coast during the month ended January 31, 1899, as compared with the corresponding month of . the - previous yoar:— )' rarirH , ? oo . ' an |j. m=O£». - -,. OO Njj g . (,,h -HtS .. . . «-C 'Sot- ? ' OO . O :© 0 a,ss . - OO mo ej '3teie 00''' ooo e 2 Olt-O OO WO 5 ' °°.M' '- %f ft ' ?* Y- ? ? f *a ,71 tHj 1 j {-». I o* &Us-&^ 1 23 — S3 3S 1 g ft -lit- § 11 1 a fl 1 1! .Ml 1 I § «|J» :i g| 3 -S ^ 3 000 Special Advertisements. , J. D. Hellewell, DENTIST, May be Consulted at DevonportyTuesdays, at ' Laurence's, Chemist, 1.30, to 4.30. L Forth.— At Gardiner's Hotel on Wednesday before first Thursday,! to 4.30. Ulverstone, at Lawsbn's Hotel, Friday follow ing First and Third Thursdays in .each month, 1 to 4.30. Sheffield, last Thursday in month, at Wilson'e Hotel. Dentistxy bill its branohM....

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

THE HABKET SEPOBIg IN THE 'NORTHWESTERN ADVOCATE,' TASMANIAN And INTERCOLONIAL, THE BEST And MOST COMPLETE. Sydney Produce Market Reports a Npediility. 2J. \V. COAST FARMERS WILL FIND THE ADVOCATE A VALUABLE GUIDE PHILOSOPHER, and! KUIE5TD. eg°Specimeii Co|iy mailed on receipt of l'oit Cud w it 11 iu jk aiul address. - ,

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DECLARATION BY THE PRESIDENT. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." PRINCE BONAPARTE MAKES A STARTLING STATEMENT. London, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

, -DECLARATION; (BY THE - -!- ' PRESIDENT. ?;.'_-. \'j::/' 'TRUTH. AND JUSTICE/' ''' .'' PRINCE, BONAPARTE itLAKES ? A STARTLING STATEMENT. V; London, February 21. , M. Loubet, the newly-appointed Presi dent of France, has made an official state: ,' ment .in regard to his attitude. He ', declares that his object will always be to Becure truth and justice throughout the nation, and he will not 'interfere in' the proceedings now in progress, to secure justice for Dreyfus. f The funeral of the late President is to - be held on Thursday, and extensive pre parations are being made for an impres sive State ceremony. .. ' : ;.' The Emporor of Germany will 'be represented by the Paris ambassador, and in addition, four representatives from \ Germany will also be present. Prince Victor Bonaparte, who is credited with designs on the Republic, has made a startling statement regarding the death of President Faure. He alleges that it was a case of suicide. ' ' ? - :? A special detective force has...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Death of M. Felix Faure. M. LOUBET APPOINTED PRESIDENT. HOSTILE DEMONSTRATIONS IN PARIS. THE PROVINCES TRANQUIL. London, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

Deatli of M. Felix Faure. M. LOUBET APPOINTED PRESI , DENT. '? ? HOSTILE DEMONSTRATIONS IN PARIS. ? THE PROVINCES TRANQUIL. London, February 19. The appointment of the new' President of France to succeed the late M. Faure, whose terribly sudden death on Thursday night has so shocked France, has been made. There were three candidates — M. Dupuy (Premier) and M.M. Loubet and Brisson, ex-Premiers. It was though) that the present Premier would betheone chosen,, but the Senate and the Chamber / of Deputies appointed M. Loubet. The appointment is not popular in .Paris, and hostile demonstrations have been made .against the new President. ? In the pro vinces, howover, the appointment -is favorably received. ? Expressions^ of the - deepest sympathy have been cabled to M. Dupuy, the Pre mier, from all sections of the British pub lic, and these ore much appreciated in France and will, it is thought, ; tend to lessen the feeling of antagonism against Great Britain. ' '??'* ? -, The Emperor of ...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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MESSRS BRIDGE & CO.'S REPORT. Sydney. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

MESSES BBIDGE 4; CO.'S BEPOBT. Svdnev. Tuesdav. ' ; Messrs John Bridge & Co., produce merchants, Sussex Btreet, Sydney, report this (Tuesday) evening as follows: — The Sydney potato market opened very firm to-day, values ranging from 5/10/- to 6/-/- for prime samples. As supplies for this market are under 7,000 bags, values must keep up. Some shipments, how ever, are landing in a spotted condition, apparently through the heat. The advance will hardly be sustained next week, as locals will now be sent in freely. We advise growers on the , North-West coast to ship freely. Oats are quiet, feed selling from 1/10 to 1/11, seed to 2/3. Blue peas are quoted from 4/3 to 4/6, and grey at 3/9. Turnips are firm at 8/-/- per ton. . ... :.,??„

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. ARRIVAL OF THE GLAUCUS AND TEKAPO. THE MARKET OPENS AT £6. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

THE SYDNEY'pRODUCE MABKET. ARRIVAL OF THE GLAUCUS AND ?. TEKAPO. ' ^ | THE MABKET ' OPENS'AT £6; -. '.;j.-i:'. '?..?? Sydney, Monday. Tho ss Glauous, with the weekly North West Coast shipment of potatoes, was the ifirst to arrive 'to-day. Her cargo found a totally bare market, which opened at £6. Sydney dealers fully expected a larger shipment from Tasmania, but as tbe quan tity was small and the merchants held the key to the market, they put the price at £6 in opposition to the general opinion. Some agents quote £5/10/. {- The'ss ..Te- kapo has just arrived (5 p.m.) and her shipment has good enquiry, the opening price being maintained. Local potatoes are quoted at £5/6/. - Warrnambools have light deliveries, and are worth £4. No change is reported in other lines. ; Sydney, Tuesday. The market for potatoes to-day was fairly brisk at »6 for primest, but the Tekapo's cargo turning out badly spotted, picking over has to be resorted to, several lots selling down to £4. Warrnambools ore ...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAUNCESTON SKIN SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

LAUNOESTON SKIN SALE. On Friday, report the auctioneers, we held our usual auction sale of wool, skins, furs, etc.'. Merino wool 'sold' at 7d to 6d ; fine croBsbreds, 6$d to 6Jd ; ordinary crossbreds, 5$d to 5^d ; coarse, Cd to 4|d. Lambs wool of good quality is in request. We sold: — Superior, at 6d ; fair to good, 5d to 5Jd ; short, 4Jd; black wool, 5£d to fid; pieces, 4d to lid; bellies, 5d to 3d; locks, ljd. Sheepskins were in only moderate _ supply, especially town butchers' sorts;' as the killing' is 'light' during .the. hot. weather. , We sold: .Crossbred pelts at 1/5; 1/4,1/1, lOJd, to 7id ; bare, 3d to 6d ; , . Merino pelts, 1/8, 1/6, 1/4, to 9Jd ; a few woolled crossbreds made 4/1 to 3/9 ; seconds, 3/, 2/9, to 2/3 ; lamb skins, 2/1, 1/8, 1/3, 1/2, to 10}d: Merino skins, 4/8, 3/7, tp;2/6; butchers' crossbred pelts, 2/4, 1/11,' 1/4, to 1/; lamb skins, 2/2, 1/9, 1/2 ; Merinos, 3/, 2/2, 1/7 ; wjdlaby skins, 9/3 to 4/3. 'r »

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EMU BAY PRODUCE MARKET. Burnie. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

EMU BAY PBODUCE MARKET. Burnie. Tuesday. Arrivals in potatoes were light to-day, and the business done was of light extent on a basis of 3/12/6. The ss Easby is expected': on Thursday; evening,? and though! it is difficult, yet to forecast the amount of her shipment from Burnie, it. is thought that quite COO bags'- will go for ward. The ss Taieri will bo late this week, not being expected here till Thursday. In all probability she will also take a similar quantity of potatoes. Other lines of produce are without alteration.

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CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

' CUSTOMS RETDBNS. Launceston. — Collections at the Laun ceston Custom House for the week ending Saturday last amounted to £8,040/18/9, as , compared with £2,741/0/7 for tho corres 1 ponding week of lost year. ' Buraie. — Collections at the Burnia . Custom Houso for the week ending Sat urday, 18th inst., wero as follow :— Duties, £201/11/3 ; wharfage dues, JE7/19/11 ; harbor dues, £18/12/3 ; total, £228/3/5. Total collections for corres ponding week of last year, £217. Stanley. — Customs collections for the week ending Saturday, 18th hut., wero as follow: -^Duties, £55/15/9; wharfage, JE6/7/6; light dues. £17/18/6; harbor dues, £16/2/4; miscellaneous, £1/5 ; total, ; JOT/B/l.

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LAUNCESTON MARINE BOARD. Launceston, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

LAUNCESTON MARINE BOARD.' Lauileeston. Tnendnv. At the Launceston Marine Board meet ing to-day, authority was received from the Government to proceed with the im provements to the railway wharf, for which £2,000 was voted during the last session of Parliament. Warden Wilmot was granted bis months' leave of absence. He purposes visiting England, and leaves on Thursday next to join the'R.M.S. Britannia' at Mel bourne. . v ' * The revenue- of 'the Board for January amounted to £600 13s 6d, being a de crease of -iSOO as- compared' with the same month of last year. -''?' '

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[?] INTERCOLONIAL MARKET. LATEST QUOTATIONS. Melbourne Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

INTERCOLONIAL-MARKETS^ ] ;LlTfiST QUOTATIONS. Melbourne Monday. Wheat was firmer in .tho Melbourne market to-day, and had better inquiry at 2/6$. Potatoes were quoted at £2/15/.

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LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. Launceston. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. . ;? 'Launceston. Mondav. The only sale reported on the Lavmcea ton;Stock Exchange today was in Magnet shareg at 50/.; . 'i'~ . : ( Launceston, Tuesday. , - Pinafore at 6s was the only sale on Launceston 'Change to-day. Quotations : Pinafore, b 3s lid, s 4s 2d ; Tasmania, s £6 ; Amalgamated West, s 3s 3d; North, s 7s 9d ; Volunteer, blsSd; Mt Bead, b 40s ; Oonah, s 4s 8d ; King, b J65 ; Western, b 19s, s 22s ; Silver Queen, s Is lOd ; Mag net, b 47b 6d, b 50s 6d ; Colebrook, b 8s, s 4s; Central -Isyell; b 2s 4d. s 3s'; Tharsis, b 29s, s 30s 6d; Crown, b 13s; Western, slslOd; Lyell Reserve, b 4s, s 4s 3d; Mt Black, b 6s 9d, s 7s 6d ; Primrose, h 3s; Red Hills, b 5s 10d, s 7s; Bischoff, b £31 10s, a £32 Ss.

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LATROBE PRODUCE MARKET. Latrobe, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

LATBOBE PBODUCE MABKET. ,2 Latrobe, Ttf&daY.V The produce market is much about the some, but it is thought it will brighten up towards the- «nd-of-the-weekrr It is esti mated that much moro produce will be trucked this week than lost. Potatoes are quoted at £3/7/6 ex bags, an occa sional buyEnjffiiingrJBa/10^:r — r. zz^~

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THE W.C.T.U. Launceston. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

THE W.C.T.JJ.7:. Launceston. Tuesdav. - At the annual meeting of the Launces ton branch of the W.C.T.TJ. . this after noon, the retiring officers were re-elected. Mesdames W. Hart, C.JH. F. Shearn, and W. S.! Bell 'were' appointed delegates to the Annual Convention to be held in LaunceBton nest month. ?

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EXPORT OF SHROPSHIRE EWES. Launceston, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

EXPORT OF SHROPSHIRE EWES: TiftiinnflRt.nn. TnfiBfln.v. By-thess Coogee to-day 51 Shropshire ewes were shipped by the Tasmanian Woolgrowers1 Association, Ltd., to fulfil a private order in Victoria.

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Cricket. NEW ZEALAND V. VICTORIA. A HOLLOW VICTORY FOR VICTORIA. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

Cricket. , . / ^NEW- ZEALAND V. .VICTORIA. ? ' * / A HOLLOW VICTORY FOR VIC- ' ? ' * TORIA. ' ; '','-, ' Melbourne, Monday. The cricket match between teams repre senting Victoria and New Zealand was. resumed to-day. The Victorians, who. had lost six wickets for 291 runs on Saturday, made a magnificent finish, 602: runs being recorded when the last wicket; fell. M'Alister made a splendid stand,, scoring 224. Murray made 92. New Zealand, who were 285 to the bad, had compiled 15 for no wickets when play. ' ceased to-day.- ? ; r\. Melbourne, Tuesday. ' ' The cricket match, -Victoria v. New Zealand, was brought to a. close, on- the1 Melbourne Cricket Ground to-day'/.' The New Zealanders in their second innings were all disposed of for 158, thus leaving the Victorians victors by an innings and - *' 132 runs. The scores were:— New Zea- ? 'I land— First innings, 817 ; second innings, 158 ; total, 470. . ? Victoria— First innings, 602.. .': . . . Bl Major Wardill has arranged with the New; S...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

News in Brief. : NorthxTaSmanian G.M. Co., Beacons field, has crushed 70 tons quartz for 67 ozs retorted gold. C. Honey's bake-house, George street, Lannceston, entered by burglars on Sun day night and nine dozen eggs and a quantity of flour wore stolen. City Band and Teepookana are to bo . taken across tho Straits shortly by the Carrick trainer, J. M. M'Clutchey. The world tourist,, Mr Oliver Bain- -k bridge, has left Launceston for the West V Coast. ? : ' The Horseshoe ,Bend deviation on the Main Line Railway has been completed, and through traffic resumed. Messrs Martin Breheney and Henry Bellinger met with Blight accidents while ': riding in Circular Head district lost week.' I No' injuries received. ' Friends of Mr F. Maddox, of Latrobe, will learn with regret that he is again seriously indisposed,aud his. relatives have . been communicated with. His friends wish him a speedy recovery. Queensland elections take place on . March 11 and the two following Saturdays. The new Parlia...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

Births.   WALKER.— On the 18th inst.,at her residence, 12-Mile, E.B. Railway Line, the wife of G. Walker - a son. REID. - On February 12, at her residence, 42 Garfield street, Launceston, the wife of J. Reid — twin sons.. Marriages.     WRAGG — Heazlewood. — On February 14, at Holy Trinity Church, Ulvcrstone, by the Bev B. J. de Coetlogon, Harold Harnett, youngest son of T. Wragg, of Somerset, to Mary Fawdry, eldest daughter of H. Heazlewood, ' Heazleton,' Ulverstone. Kirkwood - Horton. — On February 14. at Qtteenstown, by the Rev G. A. Judkins, Eichard Kirkwood to Bow. E. Horton, both , of Teepookana. : . . ' Deaths. THORPE. — On February 18, at Quamby Brook, Marion Ellen (Minnie) eldest daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Thorpe, after a long and painful illness, aged 2!) years. KELLY. — On February 19, at the Devon Cot tage Hospital, William, the fifth son of the late Jame3 Kelly, Sassafras, aged 22 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899

Business Notices. 'Tl 0 B S A L . B. 7i DOZ. ACCORDEONS. The Largest assoitmoiit on the North Wet-t L Coast. JO Sorts, from 8s Gd to £2 lOsV' .' ' VIOLINS Complete, 21b to £4. . Violin Strings, 3d to 2s 6d each.,;! ? AUTO-HASPS, 6 bars, £2. MOUTH; ORGANS, ,Gd to 5s Gd each. - -' Hundreds to pick from. ,' GRAMOPHONES ? ... , £10 1 10s. ? If you ha*e any Accordeons or Concertina;, that want Repairing, setjd them, to. me,jaud they will lie turned out ill lirst-class order.1 R..E. CROCkEB,, ?. BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,' 1 LATBOBE. ?I ' - ? '?---- DeVoiiport Furiushfiif r Warehouse, STEELE STfr?'1 WEST DEVONPOBT. GEOKGE BROWJV, .1 .►'ji-'.iJ. . . ???? oj.i'sai; ? MMiJFACTDRER, UHPORTEB,*rAND GENERAL FURNITURE DEALEB.,'' ? - .;,-i '''* ? Crockery. ' Glassware, , l'ictures Framed'.,' t , ' , , i Furniture Repaired or 'Polished. £i f ', All goods at Lowest Possible 'Pnccs. .' '. Agent ,v for ,. \ BRINSMEAD I and; other PIANOS, -; MUSICAL '? INSTRUMENTS, GRAMOPHONES, etc. Those about to furn...

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