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Roman Catholic Church. THE WEST DEVONPORT BUILDING. TO BE OPENED SHORTLY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

Roman Catholic Church. THE 'WEST DEVONPOBT BUILDING. ' TO BE OPENED SHORTLY. The work of setting np a Catholic church at West Devonport has just been completed, the site— on the, Don Hill, overlooking the town — being admirably suited to ,the purpose. Formerly, the Roman Catholic adherents worshipped in a building on the east side of the river, the then, existing church, having. been erected 27 years ago, ; and was held in requisition up to 4 or 5 years ago, since when it had not been used for the regular services. The .necessity for having a suitable building on the west side of the river has been manifested tor, some time past, and it was aeemea advisable to remove the church building from East Devonport to the present site, and, in the course of re-erection, to pro vide additional seating capacity, and other wise improve the utility and appearance of the structure, the ' dimensions of which wore 35 feet by 20 feet. Immediately after the mission last Eastertime a move was made in ...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
King Island. IMPRESSIONS OF A VISITOR. Burnie, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

Ring Island, k IMPRESSIONS OF A VISITOR. . , '...?. ?. ' Burnie,' Thursday. ? ~ The ? Hon.' :Henry: Copelandj a member of 'the 'New 'South Wales ^Legislative Council,' accompanied by Mr CD. Sulli van, M.E., of Launceston, after a fort night's tour of- King Island, is now re turning to New South Wales. He arrived at. Burnie by the s.s. Meeinderry this morning. Upon being interviewed by a representative of the 'Advocate,' Mr Copeland kindly supplied a few particulars of his visit to and impressions of the island. Combining business with pleasure, Mr Copeland and Mr Sullivan Bpent an enjoyable time on the island. ' The en joyment would have been complete,' Mr Copeland remarked, ' but for the mos quitoes. I have experienced, the annoy ance of mosquitoes and flies in the East and West Indies, but I cheerfully give the ' palm ' to the King Island specimens.' Speaking of the geological features of the island, he said he and Mr Sullivan had spent about four days on the east coast, at the Se...

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 — 24 February 1899

'? ?- ?? - ' ? ? ? ? w' - ???'? ??-'~~~mi — — „ , \, ? ??'? .'? ?-'?:\ i1 ..??-? \ Received.— We have received from Messrs Field and Co., Devonport, a very useful pamphlet for farmers, entitled 'A Guiding Star.' The publication is replete ^'4*S with a quantity of valuable information, j^ setting forth the qualities of soiT suitable '* ?- for the successful raising of root and ?''' important matter of manuring is dealt with at some length, and a peruBal of the analyses given of Star Phosphate, or Thomas' Phosphate Powder (Star brand), proves conclusively the great extent to ? which the soil is enriched by the appUca cation of the now famous Star brand of manure.'. The pamphlet is very'apprbpri- ' ately named, and those engaged in rural - pursuits may secure a copy of 'A Guid ing Star' on making application to Messrs Field and Co. Something Worth Knowing.— Mothers who have infants who keep them awake night after night crying will find it to their . advantage . to remember that Dr . Br...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

]i: ,.;:'. Cricket. At. Ulyerstone to-morrow a match will be -played - between the first eleven and eleven other members of the local club. Two years' residence hi tho country will be one of the qualifications of a county club cricketer. in England.froin January next, and the mere hiring of a ??- tenement will not be sufficient. A record has been established at Shep- . partbn (Vic). The Trades, playing against a local eleven, were all disposed of for 2 - runs. One bowler secured 7 wickets for 2 runs and the other 2 for 0. Five of the j Trades were regular players with tha . local first eleven; : '- ; r.}.

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Tasmanian. LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. Launceston, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

Tusiuaiiiuii. LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. Launceston, Wednesday. The only sale reported on the Launces ton Stock 'Exchange to-day was in Lyell Reserves at 4s. v _ Launceston, Thursday. On the Launceston Stock ' Exchange ? to-day the ouly sale reported was in Mussel Roe shares at 5d. Leading quota tions were : — Pinafore, b 3s 5d ; Amalga- - Jj mated West Tasmania, b Is 9d, 6 2s fid; -A do., paid, s 3s 3d; North Tasmania, b 6s 9d, s 7s 6d; Tasmania West Extended, b 3s; Mt. Read, s 42s; Magnet, b 47s 6d; Queen, b Is 7d, s Is lid; Colebrook, b 3s 6d, s 4s ; Hercules, b 19s 6d ; Lyell. b 8s 3d; Central Lyell, b 2s 3d; Lyell _- Tharsis, b 27s 6d, s 31s 6d; North Lyell, -V s 66s ; Crown Lyell, pd, b 13s 3d, s 14s 3d; Lyell Reserve, b 3s Id, s 3s 8d ; Mount Black, b 7s Id, s 7s 9d ; Primrose, b 3s 6d; Red Hill, b 5s 6d, s 6s 2d; Mount Bis choff, b £31.

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WEST AUSTRALIA. SMALLPOX ON A MAIL-STEMER. GENERAL BOOTH AMONG THE PASSENGERS. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

WEST AUSTRALIA. SMALLPOX ON A MAIL' STEMER. GENERAL BOOTH AMONG THE . PASSENGERS. Perth, Wednesday. ' Some alarm was occasioned m the city to-day by ajreport that a suspected case of smallpox hpd been discovered on board the I.G.M.S. Prinz Regent Luitpold, from London. The vessel has been quarantined at Fremantle. Amonst the passengers is General Booth, the head, of the Salvation Army, who intends visiting all tho colo nies in connection with Army work. He will, if the case proves to be smallpox, be detained with others for 30 days.

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TASMANIA GOLD MINING COMPANY. Launceston, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

TASMANIA GOLD MINING COM PANY. , , , . . Launceston, Thursday. The 42nd half-yearly, meeting of the Tasmania G.M. Company waB held last night. Tho directors' report showed that there was £10,423 4s 7d to the; credit of tho profit and loss account. During the past half year 14,600 tons of quart; had . been crushed, for a return of ll,155Jozs of gold and 2,432jozs obtained from the chlorine works, or a total of 13,588Jozs, be ing an average of 18 dwts 14J grs per ton : total v'alue,£51,281 14s 7d. The net value of concentrates on hand is £90,000. The sum of £11,910 15b has been distributed in dividends, £595 10s 9d paid for income tax, and £4,000 carried forward to the re serve fund. Since the formation of tho ? company 442,926ozs gold have been ob tained and the sum of £679,071 15s has -v; been paid in dividends.

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TIN QUOTATIONS. Launceston, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

' TIN QUOTATIONS. - Launceston, Wednesday. The Mt Bischoff T.M. Company's Lon don cable quotes tin at £107. 17s per ton, the market rising. The local quotation, for tin ore is un changed at 18s per unit.

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THE EXPENSES OF A CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

THE EXPENSES OF A CIRCUS'. ' Fewpeople who spent an enjoyable three ' hours at Messrs Fitzgerald Bros.' circus, which performed at Devonporttm Wednes day night, have the faintest idea -of what the daily expenses of a mommoth exhibi tion of this description amount to. Putting, aside altogether tho heavy initial outlay necessary to establish the, company,7 the, fact that a small army of 40 laborers is constantly employed .to. conduct the trans DOrt arrangements alnnn. and tKi.it tKofnll company numbers over 70, must be 'signi- . Scant from a financial point of 'view. Providors will also lfiarn with much satis faction that no less than 39 horses are in cluded in this exhibition. These animals of course require feed, and amongst butchers tho fact that there are seven - cages of wild animals of carnivorous in clinations must be eminently satisfactory. Altogether the expenses of this circus, amount to, roughly speaking, over £800', per week.

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Fitzgerald Bros.' Circus. PERFORMANCE AT DEVONPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

Fitzgerald Bros/ Circus. PERFORMANCE AT DEVONPORT. The mammoth circus and menagerie of Messrs Fitzgerald Bros, arrived at Devon port by the ss Mahinapua at 8 o'clock on Wednesday morning, the band being heard . to perfection as the vessel steamed up the ' Mersey. All the company arrived hi good health, the horses and animals belonging ' to the menagerie appeared in the pink of condition, and the whole process of dis embarkation was carried out without the slightest hitch under the direction of the JIahinapua's officers. The one great ' topic of Wednesday — and, in fact, for some days past — was the visit of the cir cus, and, when evening arrived, visitors came into the town from all directions to witness the combined shows. Thevery name of Fitzgerald attached to the circus ap peared to have imbued the public with a i general desire to witness the various at tractions. It was estimated that there were fully 1,500 present, the seating capa city being fully taxed. Reference has al read...

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QUEENSLAND. CYCLONE IN THE INTERIOR. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

QUEENSLAND. CYCLONE JN THE INTERIOR. '' ''''Brisbane,- Thursday. : A cyclone of terrific force has passed over-the- interior. ,? Much jdaniage was done at Mitchelli a town*372 milesnorth-west 'of Brisbane, .i :ii'i. 'k. ??, i*.u !'--W»- -. '?.-??' I ? '-? - ? . ? ' ' .?,??...??'??

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NOTABLE BUTTER YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

HOTABLE BUTTER YIELDS. ?; ,;,y - -; , . Wo have' received some; remarkablas ./,-.- figures, .concerning the butter -returns^ .' ? , : from a herd of cows^ belonging to 'MrjG.^ ?',, iy Cox, .of .Bloomfield, in West Gippsland,.f. :?..'.' Vic The average weight per day of mUk [ ; ?' from 11 cows, consisting of shorthornB and : Jerseys, is 854 lb, giving a total ryield of - butter 'of 1801b for the week. ThiB is' equivalent to close upon 121b of butter per Weefc for each of the 11 cows. .During the month of November, Mr Cox had the^ milk of his herd of 83 cows tested , af the^ ' . Bloomfield creamery, when theresult gaye'C a test- of-4'0 all round. .In XJec.ember, ? from ?' 31- cows, 7 of which had been in., ) milk for 18 months and one for two yeiisp ' 2891b of butter were obtained per week'.'' At that time the proprietor^of this herd states that he realised as much as 21b of hutter- from 331b of milk, representing 16Jlb of milk per lib of butter. The'-?' re-,} cord ' for the world is ...

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Commercial. The "Advocate" Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

Commercial. The ' Advocate ' Office, _ Thnrsdav Evening. The quotation for potatoes yesterday remained at 8/10/, but!tbis morning iaw tf spring, and 3/12/6 was the quotation. Deliveries are active, and there 'seems every probability of 12,000 sacks being sent forward from all ports by both steamers. Potatoes during this after: noon were kept up to 8/12/6 by some dealers. Others would not advance on 3/10/. The quantity coming forward keeps some of the dealers back., This evening there are 1,200 socks ^n^East Devonport wharf, and arrivals have been heavy at West Devonport. The ss Taieri does not leave for other coast ports till to-morrow7{EWday}-everimg~'affi^Kas generally supposed that this detention will cause the output from coast ports to be increased to a very considerable extent. At West-^EJOTMpor^Mr* evening the quantity onMcks and in .sheds is about 1,500 sacks^The1 Ss'EasbyTOdk a'fair quan tity aboard~dnring-tfae~af tenruouV and the evening train brought two trucks. The East ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

Sat! ? M c ' 'Shipping. m Union Line ot- Steamers. gig » - FOR MELBOURNE— H ' ii PENGUIN, Wednesday, 1pm §$[£; f ^'FBOM' MELBOITBNE— - H® For Devonport--- ^ j|§ PBNGUIN, Friday, noon v ^ || ' ri ,» FOR SYllNEY-'V , ,1 §SK TATERL. This day 6pm ^ Pftf TEKAPO, Friday, March 3 EjM FOR STBAHAN— ' 5a MAHINAPUA 1 his day, 10 am 3E& PEVGOIN, Saturday, 10 am H« KINI Saturday || OROWAIT1, Saturday m ^ *OB NEW ZEALAND PORTS, M ' FROM HOBABT- ' ' - gj» TABAWEBAI This diy -- * - I H OONAH, Friday, March 3 , m ' m , ' JAMESiMQRRAY, I i ^ | Manager m James Paterson and Co's 1 / Line. |jj From Devoaport for Sydney. Ws ' ' E ASBY, leaves Friday, Fe& 24', 8 pjn. Kg f GLATJCUS leaves Fnday, March 3 HE Agents— 9§| STANLEY, -J Tatlow \ M BURNIE, Tasmanian Farmers' CVopera §|s , tive Association g| W A. PEARGE, MSB It . Dcvonport 1 . White Star Line of | Steamers. | 7h» SS DORSET I Leaves Launceston FRIDAY EVEN M INGS, for Dovonport, Latrobe, Buraie, H Wynyard and Stanley, nnd leaves s* D...

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THE PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

THE PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. Additional particulars are to hand by cable from London: with [reference to the election . of .M.. .Loubet as President of France in . succession to the late President Faure. There were 10 can didates in all- for the position, the two principal ones being MM. Loubet and Meline. But so strong was the desire that M. Loubet should be returned by as large a majority- as possible, that M. Meline endeavored to prevent his sup porters from voting for himself. The resnlt of the vote of the Congress was as follows:— M. Loubet, 483; :M. Meline, 279; '\ 'M.'- Cavaignac .(late Minister of War), -S3 ; the seven other candidates,. 27 votes' 'between them; total votes recorded, 812. The Con gress consists of the Senate and 3hambcr of Deputies ; the total num ber of' members of the Senate is 300, and of the .Chamber of Deputies 581. The election took place at Versailles. M. Loubet, in thanking the Congress for having elected him, declared that he would always bu a Republica...

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THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. POTATOES SELLING UP TO £6. SAME PRICE EXPECTED NEXT WEEK. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

THE SYDNEY PBODUCETlXKKETT POTATOES SELLING UP TO £6. SAME PRICE EXPECTED NEXT Sydney, Wednesday. ' In the Sydney produce ?market to-day the draw on Circulars' -war-very -good, and only about 1,500 ' bags are left on the wharves. Best quahTystill command £6, but others are selling under. I expect the present price will induce local farmers to dig. The farmers in the Orange district have good crops, as also have those in the Bowral district. Locals are in good re quest, and a slight rise to £3/10 was made at Redfern to-day, deliveries being light. Oats and' maize are without change. Pollard 'is! worth 9Jd and bran 7jd. Turnips, if prime, would realise £3. A parcel of .prime Warrnombool potatoes was sold to-day at £4/10. 'Onions are quoted at £3/10, with the likelihood of an advance; barley at 2/6, and grey peas, 3/9. Lucerne hay realised £3/5. . Sydney, Thursday. The wharves are practically clear, of good potatoes. Only about 700 bags are left, and all require picking. Over 1,000 bag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

About one month ago my child, which is 16 months old, had an attack of diarr hoea accompanied by vomiting. I gave it suoh remedies as are usually given in suoh cases, but as nothing gave relief, we sent for a physician and it was under his care for a week. At this time the child had been sick for about 10 days, and was having about 25 operations of the bowels pvery, 12 hours, and we were convinced that unless it Boon obtained relief it would not live. Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was recom mended, and I decided to try it. I soon notioed a change for the better ; by Hb continued use a complete cure was brought about and the ohildis nowperf eotly healthy. — 0. L. Boqqs, Stumptown, Gil tner Co., W. Va. For sale by all dealers. Hatton and Laws, General Agents. Gilbsy's Dry Gin.— Eminenfjphygioians recommend it. A Millionaire's Mansion— One of the most important social events of the present year (writes the New York correspondent of the ' Daily Mail') will be the ope...

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Devonport Chamber of Commerce. THE MONTHLY MEETING. THE ROSEBERY RAILWAY SURVERY. ELECTIVE v. NOMINEE MARINE BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

Deronport ClmiiikT of Commerce. THE MONTHLY MEETING. THE ROSEBERY RAILWAY SUR- VEY.           ELECTIVE v. NOMINEE MARINE BOARDS. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Devonport Chamber of Commerce was held in the Board Room, Public Build ings, on Wednesday afternoon. Present : — Mr W. Aikenhead, M.H.A. (president), Captains Holyman and Pearce, and Messrs D. Cocker, H. H. M'Fie, W. In- nes, S. Priest, T. F.Beale and C. Ramsay. An apology was received from Mr S. Field for non-attendance.   FROM ROSEBERY TO THE WESTERN RAILWAY.     The Minister for Lands and Works in formed the Chamber that their letter in quiring as to us progress oemg inoue re the expenditure of the sum voted for ascertaining the practicability of a railway from Rosebery to theWestern line had been referred to the General Manager for Rail- ways.         &nbs...

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

i\cws iii Brief. The whaling barque Helen has returned to Becherche with 77 tuns oil. To be re fitted and again sent out. Fourteen Chinese immigrants have arrived at Hobart by the steamer Mara roa from Sydney. 'All paid poll tas, which totalled £140. Victorian Chief Justice setting an ex ample to tender-hearted confreres. Four years hard labor and 15 lashes for robbery with violence. , The publication of the Launceston ' Federalist ' has ceased. Messrs A. 'W. ' Birchall and Sons, Launceston, have on sale on atlas illlus trating geographical questions of the day. v Owing to British pressuro, the Sultan of Oman has publicly revoked the grant to France of a coaling station on the Gulf '?? of Oman. '.;:;? -.'.''2..-. '?'.'.'? ' . Telegraph messenger named Stephens committed for trial at Coburg (Vic.) on three charges of embezzlement. ? ; H.1I.S. Goldfinch reached Launceston from Hobart yesterday, and will remain there about 10 days. ' General Booth in quarantine at Fre mahtle.-. - ?? . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 February 1899

Business Notices, ??le-4th.i:e ^ ?-?'-? i ???''''?'' ''?'?' . -- .m?a nT&z:y ? :'' 41 FOITBEALLY FIRST - CLASS ' ''''- : BOOTS AND SHOES } ^ . TO SUIT ALL TASTES, you cannot do better than give the . | L E YEN , BOOT M A E T »' ? \- -. , A call before purchasing elsewhere. Tou willalso find an excellent assortment of . ?;'; ' ' ' -ENGLISH AND COLONIAL SADDLERY,: ^ ^ ALL AT SPECIAL ' , ' Wholesale Prices for Spot Cash. F. BARNES,, REIBEY ST., ULVERSTONE Business, Notices. „ Business Notices. law, Duncan., and Co. .. , v!TS.e Best -.? ? ''' Beg 'fo notify th'aV ',' v'~ \,is ' / .Thomas'-' Hxosphate, Powder, Cheapest. , - _ ' 'SUN' BRAXD, ' ,' *(' ? .' May bo obtained from the Agents as under— IT IS MOST IMPORTANT ' Norths-Western Farmers' Association. Ltd., Ti,.f ,„ ,„, . ,r ,; . , , , Deyonport; -. .. buying Medicines you should West Devon Farmers' Co-operative Co., , TJlverstone ;u , ' ' Get the Tasmanian Fanners' Co-operative'Associa- ? -, . , tion, Ltd., Burnie and Wyuyard...

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