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Commercial. The "Advocate" Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899
Commercial. The 'Advocate' Office, Tuesday Evening. The cable information from Sydney notifying that potatoes opened at 6/10/ to JE6 is hailed as joyful nowa by both buyers and shippers, and though it was supposed that those who had paid tho top figures would ' fall in,' they have for once got home all right. The producers, too, who refused spot prices and sent forward will also come out all right. As is usual early in the week nothing much is stir ring, but a few loads that have come in were snapped up at 3/10/. Most pro ducers, however, ha\e gone in for the up to-dato method of dumping, expecting to receive better figures before the steamers depart. Wo expect to see a good quantity go forward this week, and would not be surprised to see 12,000 sacks from all ports. Several of the merchants be lievo with us that this will be the quantity, and probably it will be exceeded. Up to this evening 8/10/ was still on offer. The quote for turnips is 20/ per ton, oats 1/5 to 1/6, with no sta...
For the Ladies. TO PRESERVE PEAS, TOMATOES, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899
For the Ladies. TO PBESEBVE PEAS, TOMATOES, ETC. The tomatoes may be peeled or not, as desired, but they will be moro successful ujpeeled. Pack them into 'wido-mouthed, jars, and fill thojars with cold . water. Adjust the top on each jar,- and set the jars in a boiler, place sufficient warm - water in the boiler to reaoh three-quarters the heighf ol the jar. Cover the boiler, j& m a aJoderate heat, and geutly bring die water to boihiig Cover the hand with a cloth, lift out u jar by its top, fill to overflowing with boiling hot water, and screw on the top as tightly as possible. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899
To' Correspondent. J I' Henry Bishop, Paradise.-r-We are , in debted to'Mr D. D. Griffin, of Delo raine, for the following answer to your query, and thank him heartily for his courtesy in supplying it : — 'The Great Lake may be reached in a distance of 24 miles from Deloraine, over a fairly good, road to drive on, although those jvho have driven over it advise riding on horseback for the last half of the ' tourney, from Quamby Bluff settlement to the' lake. Travellers via Deloraine will strike the lake at . its extreme 'northern end, where there is a public accommodation-house and a paddock for horses. The best fishing is said to ' be found at the southern e^d of the lake, a distance of some 15 miles further on. This 15 miles may be travelled by land or water, as a boat can be pro-' cured at the northern end of the lake, where, by the way,-« constable is now .living in the publio accommodation ; house. As for bait, the 'eelskin minnow' has been the most successful so far this season...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899
., , - Shipping. Union Line of Steamers. FOR MELBOURNE— PENGUIN, This day, noon sharp. FROM MELBOURNE—' For Dcvonport — i v j» PENGUIN, Friday, noon. ,,._.,?. „ . . FOR SYDNEY- ? -*: TAIERI, Fnday, 6 pm. ? ' ' ' TEKAPO, Fnday, March*. T FOR STRAHAN— i MAHINAPUA, This day, 10n.m.' PENGUIN, Saturday, 10 a m. FOR NEW ZEALAND PORTS, , ( FROM 'HOBART— , TARAWERA, Friday, 24th. OONAH, Friday, March 3. JAMES MURRAY, , James Paterson and Co's Line. , From Ssvonport for,Sydiioy. EASBY leaves Friday, Feb. 24, 8 p.m, GLAUCUS leaves Friday, March 3. Agents-^ STANLEY, G. Tatlow. , BURNIE,Tasmanion Farmers' Coopera- tive Association. W. A. PEARCE, &nbsp; Devonport. White Star Line of Steamers. Th» SS DOESET ' Leaves Launceston FRIDAY EVEN INGS for Devonport, Latrobe, Burnie, i Wynyard and Stanley, and leaves Devonport for Ltiunceston WEDNES DAYS at 9 a.m. The SS AMY Leaves Launceston TUESDAY EVEN INGS for Devonport, Ulverstbne, Pen guin, Burnie. Wynyard, and Stanley ; and leaves Devonport...
Mersey Marine Board. THE COKE QUESTION. SOME OF ITS CONSEQUENCES. IMPROVING THE LATROBE INLET. MR NAPIER BELL TO REPORT ON THE MERSEY BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899
Mersey Marine ISoaid. THE COKE QUESTION. SOME OF ITS CONSEQUENCES. IMPROVING THELATBOBE INLET. MR NAPIER BELL TO REPORT. ON THE MEESEY BAE. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Mersey Marine Board was held on Mon day. Present :— The Master Warden (Mr D. Cocker) and Wardens Holyman, Atkin son, Murray, Gibson and M'CalL- ; ' - ?-?? STORAGE OF COKE. A letter was read from Mr J. Murray, Devonport, manager of the Union Steam ship Company, quoting contents of letter forwarded to the company's Hobart office by the Railway Department complaining of block at the West Devonport .wharf with coke. Mr Murray intimated that the complaint under notice had arisen through 4,000 sacks being stowed in the shed, which were to be removed at once. At the time the complaint reached Mr Murray there was no coke stacked in the railway yard. , . , .. . . Y ?/?. . _ ,; Warden Gibson expressed the opinion that too much had been made out of the soke question. There had been a little inconvenience occasioned, but ...
ARRIVAL AT STANLEY. A MOST SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT. Stanley. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899
ARRIVAL AT STANLEY. A MOST SUCCESSFUL ENTER- TAINMENT. Stanley, Monday. Messrs Fitzgerald Bros.' circus and menagerie arrived here at 8 o'clock this morning with 38 horses, 10 cages of animals, and the lion and elephant for the well-known act. The company, which consists of over 70 performers, in cluding 10 lady artists, came by the chartered steamer Mahinapua! the horses in the hold and the cages on deck. The performers arrived all well. The work of erecting the tents commenced at once, and everything has been put up ready for to-night's show. The cage in which the lion and elephant perform is as large as the circus ring, and as it is all of iron work it takes some time to erect. Inside the big tent the arrangements for seating, etc, are all good, having been all re- touched and. re-painted during the com- pany's Melbourne season. The horses are in tip-top condition, and speak volumes for the show they represent. Stanley, Tuesday. The circus opened punctually at 8 &nbsp; o'...
THE HOBART ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 22 February 1899
THE HOBART ?-ELECTION.' The result of the Hobart election, in the return of Mr.. W. . B. 'Pfbpsting, the Opposition ? arid Railway League candi date, by the narrows majority of eleven votes.'is significant. ''It !£as'' been de clared, ' in \ season'1 -and' but,' f that the Soiithem' clique' of which: Mr -Qf P. Fitzgerald is the head centre' were com plete masters . of the situation at the capital. The mere fact thaf'Sir Philip I'ysh had always been able to command substantial majorities in Hobart was admittedly an incompete answjr to the boast alluded toi The ex-Treasurer was peculiarly situated. He ljad lived in Hobart for years find the many kindly deeds done by his wife and hkiself had. rendered them deservedly .'popular. The recent election was, however, a fair trial of strength. The League put for ward its strongest champion and used its utmost exertions on his behalf, with the result that a miserable majority of eleven divided the first and second men, and, upon the actual vot...
WHEN IS A DAIRY CLEAN? [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899
'WHEN IS A DAIRY CLEAN ? ' Tho safest answer to this, question lios ' mdes'cribing when a dairy ib diriy, and dangerously dirty, top (says .New. 'York 'Farmer'). 'When woodwork ? in'1 the dairy gives off a smutty, mUBtyy.fusty ' acid, rank, and spoiled buttery smell.'it is ^' dirty ' 'When tin vessels, such ! as ' pails,; ?- cabs, dippers, cups, and skimmers, after ' being' 'thoroughly washed,' give off a sourish smell, or Bhow dark; lines , of matter in the folds and seams of the tin, thej ire dirty, and the dirt of just such a sort, and in iiist such places, as to en courage the bacteria in the airtd drop ?'. down upon it, to crawl into iti to feed '.' upon it, and to multiply m it until ihey swarm in it and are ready to launch them- ' selves into the milk put into those vessels. ; When the windows, walls, floors, and fix- ' turesin the dairy are unpleasant to 'the* sniell when the room is warme.l up there' , is dirt present, enough dirt to have an effect upon the flavor and other...
Shipping. DEVONPORT. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899
Kliipping. BEV«5VOBT. ' ABUIVED. ; ? Feb. 22 — Amy, ss, 76 tons, J. Brown, from Launceston. ? Feb. 22— Mahinapua, ss, 458 tons, G. Wold, from Melbourne. Feb. 22— Penguin, ss, 824 tons, H. A. Morrisby, from Hobart. , Feb. 22— Tuieri, ss, 1,668 tons, J. Shepherd,- from Sydney. Fob. 23— Easby, ss, 1,800 tons, W. Wallace, from Melbourne. SAILED. February 22— Amy, ss, 76 tons, J. -' Brown, for Stanley. ???-?? ???-- ? - .??? '? February 22— Dorset, rs, 106 tons, W. Holyman, jun., for Launceston. February 22— Mahinuapa, ss, 458 tons, G. Wald, for Btrahan. February 22— Penguin, ss, 824. tons, H. A. Morrisby, for Melbourne. Passen gers : — Saloon — Mrs Bennett and 3 child ren ; Mr and Mrs Pearce ; Misses Middle ton, Bay, Hancock, M'Kinnon (2) ; Messrs M'Colloch, Middloton, Whitton ; 8 in tho steerage. '? * Imports. Feb. 22— Per ss Taieri, from Sydney. — 100 bgs bonedust, North-Western Far mers' Association. Feb. 28— Per ss Easby, from Melbourne 4oss fruit, L. S. dimming. . . Exports. ? Feb. ...
THE LATE PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. HOSTILE DEMONSTRATION FEARED. London. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899
THE LATE PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. HOSTILE DEMONSTRATION FEARED. ? London, February 21. The body of M. Faure, the late Presi dent 'of France, is lying in state. Much grief is expressed in Paris, and yesterday 60,000 people \ visited the 'death chamber to view tho body. London, February 22. Considerable anxiety is felt in Paris that the funeral of M. Faure, the late Presir dent, which takes place to-morrow, will not be allowed to pass without hostile demonstrations; The judges of tho Court of Cassation, fearing to be seen at the funeral, have intimated their desiro to proceed to the Cathedral in close car raiges, amlto be excused from' attending the final' ceremony. ,[_ ?'/
ULVERSTONE PRODUCE MARKET. Ulverstone, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899
ULVERSTONE PRODUCE MARKET. I ? , Ulverstone, Thursday: Business in . the Ulverstone produce market is quiet in all lines. Quotations are :— Palings, 6ft 9/, 5ft 6/6 ;- staves, 5/6 and 8/6 ; oats, 1/4 to ' 1/6 ; wheat, ? 2/2 ; peas, blue 3/6, grey. 2/6 ; fresh butter, 8d to 9d ; cheese, 6}d to 7d. ' ' , .