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Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
Brisbane, Thursday. * statement has been circulated in con necfaorx with the Gatton tragedy to the effect that a day ortwo before file outrage f»'-^«a 6?ls received-anonymous letters askuig them very specially to attend the: dance held on Boxing Night Thepolwe -havefclosely searched the' Murphys house but have not so far found ^y^?h.J|«er8::trti8ppsitively affirmed that they did receive the'letters.-_ ? A boy in' the vicinity of Gatton heard some^persons discussing the crime, and went home and told his mother on Christ mas night that he had heard that some of the Murphys had been murdered. That was the night before the tragedy occurred. ? The detectives in charge of tie case in . ' - - - it orrogated the boy, but he declines to' disclose any thing. A brother-in-law of the victims has - foimd 'a mysterious letter in the bush, which suggests that a place known as Campbell's paddock, where there are waterholes, should be searched. . Tho police intend to do this.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
Birth. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; WILSON.— On the 24th December, at "Laroo ma," Northdown, the wife of L. B. Wilson, of a son. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Death. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; COLE-On Tuesday, 3rd January, 1899, at the State school, Wynyard, Clara Jane, beloved wife of David A. Cole. Aged 29 years. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
NEW YEAR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
NEW YEAR MEETING. Owing to the very inclement weather on Monday the annual meet of the Stanley Turf Club was postponed till the following day but there was little im- &nbsp; provement in the state of the elements on Tuesday, -and it was quite late in the afternoon before it was any better. Then, although there was no rain, a fierce gale continued to blow, and turned very cold &nbsp; towards evening. The rough weather and adjournment mitigated against the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; attendance; there being not quite 200 &nbsp; people on the ground, among whom were very few of the gentler sex. Mr Hill's and Mr C. Medwin's stables were not repre- sented, owing to some misunderstanding as to date of postponement. The racing was fairly good, and winners were freely backed and evenly divided among the competitors. The old sport Tom Berechree annexed every event he entered for ; his wins were extremely popular, as they &nbsp; ...
LAUNCESTON POLICE COURT. Launceston, Thrusday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
LAUNCESTON POLICE COURT. Launceston, Thursday. At the Police Court this morning Joseph &nbsp; Dell, 46, and Edward Bradford, 31, for beging alms were sentenced to one month in gaol. — Margaret Priest, charged with drunkenness, was fined £3, or a month's imprisonment, this being her third &nbsp; similar offence within 90 days. &nbsp; &nbsp;
ABE LINCOLN'S HONESMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 9 January 1899
ABE LINCOLN'S HONHST MAN, „ ' . 'When I first rulerei! upon, my' duties, at presidiut,' oaiil Mr. Lincoln, grossing our * arm iu liis peculiar way with one of his lonj, ' bony hmiils, while l.c ran his fingers through and Liu hud Lack his shaggy bl.icl: 1 air, ' 1 fully uiiiile up my mind to appoint to office tl.o.so only whom I knew to be honest and wlio had suitable ability. In any event, honesty should In: the pre-itquisite, as the lack of a littli! ability might hi- easily maclo up by an honest man endeavouring to du his whole duly conscientiously. While this resolve was fresh upon me, there came to visit me a very old friend, a minister who bail travelled bo fast that he had not yet shaken the Illinois real estate off his capacious boots. ?'Why, what brings you here, Mr. Shofle?' (Which was not his name, but it will do, just as well.) — n-ir-rrTTurrrrnin iinnytm firstly, to see you and get an old faihionecT shake of the hsnd, and, secondly, to ray that the folks of my congrrgat...
YOUNG AT FIFTY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 9 January 1899
YOUNG AT FifTV. ?inure are a couple of good stories in the August ' Blarkwooil ' of a famous French dwveim, M|ic. Guilmard. Mile. Guimard '' delniiiinu.l, wlirn the was young, that she woiiM |,ostpoun growing oU ; so she had hei porT it lakin »l tbi! ngu of twenty, placed the . picture mi In r i1ri*»itig-tablo by the side of her llats mil iraintu I h- r.-ilf ii|- to it iviry morning until »lii- irns lifly. Uy that means she remained twenty .lining thirty ytnrs. It ives she, too, ^»ho, ut sixt) c.meuti'il to give a final represen ? titioii foi 1 n fripnils on condition that th« CAirtniu shoulil I c kept down to the level of bet 'waist, and Hint t':i spertatii .'haul I sue mithitif I of hi r but hi r 1. c». which, nil hough hor Iwily WU so thin tlint sl.u was c.lleil 'the ski'h-ton «- grace,'. Lnd letniueil in ngi. the beauty of tbnir youthful furni. Lnndlaily: Havu you enjoyed your dinner, iir?' That ehirktn ivas » Plymouth Huck. Lodger : No wonder it was hard to curve ~th«i. ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 9 January 1899
Tempt Not. — A lady usbscriber has re ported to us that after purchasing two copies of the ' Advocate,' she put them down for a minute or two at the Devon port Telegraph Office. When she turned to pick them up they were missing. Evi dently the temptation was too great for human endurance. The lady got even, though. She returned to our publishing office, and securing three' more copies, made homeward straightway. A hypocrite is a man who prays for something he isn't willing to work for.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 9 January 1899
Special Advertisements. J. D. He He well, DENTIST, May be Consulted at Devonport, Tuesdays, at Laurence's, Chomist,;1.30 to 4.30. Qlverstone at Lawson's Hotel, Friday follow ing First and Third Thursdays in each month, 1 to 4.30. , Sheffield, last Thursday in month, at Wilson's Hotel. Dentistry nail its tranches.
ELEVEN HUNDRED NOVELS [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 9 January 1899
ELEVEN HUNDRED NOVELS. , Tho ' New York Herald ' recently offered 1 . prize nf two thousand pounMs for the best novel 'of ^between fifty thousand and seveaty-tlve thdusaiiil words by an /jnerican writer. The icompititiuu closed ou, July 1st, and the '?'Hrnlil' states that over eleven hundred _ Diiiustripls wuie received. The plan of award providei for the nomination by the ' Herald '' ol tfn well-kuowu literary men, from among arhtm the readers of the 'Herald' will be invitel to choose three, who will pass judg tnent.iipou the uieri'a of thu books and award - tbe pr'ie ? 'I hu n-sult of this munificent offei to Ami ricuu writers has been to bring out as ?itouiuliiigiiuiidcrof contestants. The mag Uitudu - f tin; iniiuu.icripts submitted in the eon. teuton rr illy enormous. The story is required tor^nnpiihOuotleiH than fifty thousand wordi nor miMn tlian leveiily-Bvo thousand. Allowinj anjucngc nf uiily thousand to each atorj offfjiel, ne httvu an aggregate of sixty-six million w,,rd...
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. OUR SPECIAL REPORT. ARRIVAL OF THE TEKAPO SHIPMENT OF POTATOES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 9 January 1899
'. SYDNEYJ;»EBbDUCE \ MARKET, 3crt^^SiL' BEP0ET.V 1KBIVAL OF THE TEKAPO SHEPMEN1 '''???'?? 'f. OF/ POTATOES. ?.?-,/:'V\-, , ;-v'-; -a Sydney, Friday. .. The shipmentj-f produce. from .the North West : Coast by1 the '-Tekapo,' arrived j this morning. The' market .;? opened at: £7,' .but buyers did not care to operate owing to large arrivals at the Eedfern railway ..station,; At auction brat samples realised upVto:£6,'and small sold as low_-as £3. Small purchases, were made for Queensland. Tasmanian far mers must grade their samples if they wish to retain the premier position. Oats were firm owing to their scarcity. Maize rose to sales at 4s 2d. All-straw landed was bought up eagerly at £2 10s. Chaff, £3 to £3 10s. Flour, old, £8 ; new, £7-; pollard, scarce, at 9Jd ; bran, 7d ; wheat, 2s 7d. ?
A FARM WORTH SEEING: [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 9 January 1899
A FARM WORTH SEEING: A truly wonderful farm is described by, 'AgricoU'inthe 'Oiago Witness' (N.&),' Some 5'e«rs ago-«n Otago farmer took up'a : bush' farm in. the Wellington districtr. 'He has 236 acres, and at present ig| running 'the 'following stock upon it, and' has been earn ing them since the beginning, at winter, with tire exception of the lambs: -Nearly 500 sheep, 230 lambs, and ' 100' llead of ? cattle, most of- the' latter being, more than i»o ,-cars old. ijc has. ^2j icresinhaj and. roots, and says the rest of the farm is in grass, and when he gets, all the (arm broken up and properly grassed he expects to carry moro^ j,
THE BARLEY CATERPILLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 9 January 1899
THE BARLEY CATERPILLAR. Writing upon the barley caterpillar, ?. / w ell-known Victorian expert states -~' Oa large holdings the best sjstem is to so arrangfe the land that narrow trenches, with, steep sides, can intersect the whole ~- field. It is astonishing what an enormous. | number of the caterpillars can be destroyed , by this' means, as they cannot possibly _' climb the sides of the trenches, and may — ^ easily be destroyed by a person with wooden boots walking -briskly along the trenches On smaller holdings, as in \ine- / yards, gardens, etc., the bran, nrsenic, and / treacle mixture -has proved most effi- / cacious, and by its use quite a number of / - young \inoyards; and other plantalioBP'^1 have been saved from the ravages of this pest Take 501b bran, 121b arsenic, 121b treacle or molasses, mis all into paste ' ~v form, and lay 'pieces here and' there __ '/ amongst the crop, being careful of children ' ?' and domestic animals. '-
BINGING YOUNG BULLS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 9 January 1899
RINGING YOUNG BULLS. As with dther w6vk, there is a right way - and/6 wrong way 'tO^do thiB jobir Avoidr ' , nlL'jbluster and exoitement. Kefep your* \olce down and talk; naturally. vPkn r as to work quietly.; Loud talk and \ jumps excites the .animal, and esciteiufe^,' _ ' is what should be avoided. ImpjtesB hLn^fe^ with the idea that you are able to handlrtl^^ bm with ease. The bull is & n^x^fSta cunning one He delights in ' bullying ;' in 'frightening dogs? women, children, ner ^OU8 men— anything and everything he can — but ho is cun'mng enough to look a meek and harmless as a kitchen when his whim to don his garb of meekness. But don'l let lnni fool^ou, and when(neryon touch him have things axfanged so you can master him Before trj-ing to ring him have hiiri fast, t'Apost or manger, vwith a^ , chance to tie to a timber well in front^will answer Tie high and short. Havfe'rcftdy a three-cornered, file with the point and edges ground sharp. Thrust it through the partition o...
TABLE CAPE PRODUCE MARKET Wynyard, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 9 January 1899
CABLE CAPE PRODUCE MARKET Wynyard, Saturday. : There is not much improvement in the weather, which is interfering with farming operations. The high wind of the last few days will largely damage the.grain. One crop reported to have been .about 7ft high has been blown about until it now looks to be about 3ft high. Those ready for the harvest are wishing the weather would take up. There is not much change to. report in prices, except for potatoes, which have dropped to £4. Chaff, £2 6s to £2 10s; hay will com mand about £2 os when the season opens; eggs, IOd ; butter, 7d ;. bacon, 7Jd to 8d according to quality ; honey, 4£d ; onions, 7s per cwt. Fruit— Cherries, 3d per lb; Kentish, ljd; cherry plums, 2d ; apricots, 4d ; peaches, 4d. These are the wholesale buying quotations.
Shipping. DEVONPORT. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 9 January 1899
?;. Shipping. iKEVoarpoirr.' ; arrived: January 7— Dorset, ss, 106 tons, W. ? Holyman, jun., from Launccston. January 7— Penguin, ss, 824 tons, H. A. Morrisby, from Melbourne. Passengers — Saloon — Misses Fordyce (2), Conlon. ?'?? Kemp, Harkness, Weeks, (2); Messrs J. Ritchie, M'Kinnon,' Weeks, Canaway, BrooltB. ? January 7 — Amy, ss, 76 tons, J. Holy _~ man, from Stanley. January 8— Warcatca, ss, 460 tons, E. Harris, from Strahan. January 8 — Meeinderry, ss. 111 tons; W. Madden, from Strahan. : :. /???'-- January 8 — Kini, ss, 1,122 tons, M. Livingstone, from Kembla. ; :^pr^U \-. . SAILED. ? / January 6— Sunbeam, sy, 5,75 tons, H. ]?. Smith, for Burnie. ,' ' ' January 1— JPenguin, ss;824 tons, H. A. a.' . Morrisby, for Hobart. Passengers : — '-^Saloon— (for StrahanV^essrB . Diprose, ; F. 0. Henry,; Flight^nna Bardwick; axO. \Jjwo, in the steejsgB'. . . ; '^TiV^-' — ~ Impobts. , ; '?_/' January 7 — Per ss Penguin, from Mel bourne — 16 kegs white load, 2 cs paints, Wells and Co ; 6 b...