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HOBART STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
HOBART STOCK SALES. Messrs Roberts and Co., Hobart, re port under date Friday last: — Sales at' the slaughter yards yesterday were as follow: — 14 bullocks and steers, ' Law renny, £12 to £8 ; 5 bullocks, Chiswick, £12 to 10/12/6 ; 3 cows, do, 8/17/6 to 7/5/; 2, cows, Koonya, 6/2/6 ; 4 vealers. various owners, 1/14/6 to 1/10/; 40 lambs, Belle Grove, 10/6 to 10/3; 80 crossbred 2-tooth wethers, Lawrenny, 14/3 to 12/6; 20 lambs, Cambridge, 12/3 to 10s ; 20 crossbred ewes) Summerville, 12/ to 11/6 ; 20 lambs, Mount Direction, 12/ to 11/; 20 do, Meadows, 12/9; do, crossbreds, 10/9 ; pen lambs, Carrington, 9/9 ; 24 crossbred ewes, do, 11/8 ; car case pork, 5£d ; carcase beef, 3d per lb. Mr J. W. Abbott, Hobart, reports under Friday's date : — Sales at ? the slaughter yards yesterday :— 18 cows, Bellairs, 4/10/, 4/5/, to 4/7/6; 2 do, O'Malley, 4/10/ to 4/15/ ; 8 head steers and cows, J. A. Triffit, Green TTjIIq, Ouae, to 5/12/6 ; 175 Merino wethers and ewes, from T. E. Steele, Southernfiel...
Latrobe Races. FRIDAY, MARCH 17. NOMINATIONS. LATROBE TURF CLUB HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
Latrolie Races. FRIDAY, : MARCH 17.' J NOMINATIONS. LATBOBE TUBF CLUB HANDICAP. Retrenchment, First Mate, Seaman, Bridal Wreath, Chorister, ? Carbineer, Fassiefern. HANDICAP HURDLE. Lady Bird, Spot, Lighthouse, Jena, Milan, Britoznarte, Electric Light. STEEPLE. Snapshot, Mazeppa, -Una, Milan, Uharra, Britomarte, Brown Eagle. FLYING HANDICAP. Leona, St Blaze, Chorister, Coal Queen.
HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. The following are the ruling prices : — New wheat, 2/6; old flour, £8; from mixture of old and new wheat, £7/10 ; sharps, £4/10/ ; bran, 7d ; oats, 1/6; grey peas, 3/6 to 3/9 seed ; tares, 5/6 ; rye, 5/; hay, old, £2/5/ to £2/10/; new hay, 27/6 to 30/ ; chaff, £2 per ton ; wheaten straw chaff, 20/ ; straw, wheaten, 20/ to 25/; do., oaten, 33/; hops, 1/3 ; potatoes, 3/15/ to £4 ; onions, 3/10/ to £4 per ton ; butter, factory, 1/1 ; separator, 1/ ; dairy, 8d to 9d ; best fresh, lid ; cheese, 7d to 7Jd, and New Zealand, best factory cheese, 7Jd to 7|d ; honey, 4d to 4Jd ; eggs, 9d; ham, 9d to lOd; bacon, 9d; lard, 7d; strawberries, 6d per quart; apricots, 9/; grapes, 4d per lb ; Bon Chre tien pears,5/6 ; peaches, 9/.
West Coast Amateur Jockey Club. ST. PATRICK'S DAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
West Coast Amateur Jockey Club. ST. PATRICK'S , DAY MEETING. ' HANDICAPS:—, ? - - PALACE STAKES. Venus ... 9 2 Ninevah B. 7 7 Ada ? 7 10 Myra „... 7 -7 ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP'^ ? DoVere ... 10 6 Ada .... 7 '7 Venus ... 9 f 0. Fairy' .... 7 7 Norval . ... 8 6 Ninevah B. 7.. -,7 FIRST HURDLE. ; ^ Norval ..'. 10 12 ? Fairy ... '' 9.1 5 Shanks ... 10 7 Ninevah^Br-Q 2 Ada ? 9 6 ? Vanessa ...- 9 0 SECOND HURDLE.- ??; * '- Norval ... 10 9 ' Fairy ... 9-8 Sheoak ... 10 5 Vanessa .... 9-0 Ada ? 9 4 'I .-?-' LYELL HANDICAP. DeVere- ...10 6 Myra ??? 7 7 Venus ... 9 O , Ninevah B.- 7t 7 Norval ... 8 6 ' , r ' Z— JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. _, Norval ... 10 5 Fairy ... 9 1 Shanks ... 10 1 Vanessa ... 9 0 Ada ? 9 2.-., A. 0. PRATER, Handicapper.
THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. £5 TO £5/10/ EXPECTED FOR POTATOES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. £5 TO £5/10/ EXPECTED FOR POTATOES. ' Sydney, Friday. The high prices ruling for potatoes brought forward. 600 bags at the Redfem railway station this morning, which sold up to 4/9 per cwt, equal to £4/15/ per ton, for prime, Gippsland selling at £4 and Warrnambools at £3/10; The trade* is quiet, and I expect Monday's price for Circulars will be £5 to £5/10. There is enquiry for prime chaff upr to £3/10/, and for Victorian at£3 to £3/5.' Maize dropped to-day to 3/. Oats sold at 1/11, pollard at 9d, and bran at 7£d, irith a downward tendency. Flour was firmer at £6/15/ for best brands, good country brands being worth £6/5/. Reports from inland dis tricts state there is great need of rain. Blue peas, Tasmanian, are quoted at 4s, and grey at 3/6. Sydney, Saturday.. . The usual Saturday quietness ruled to day in the Sydney produce market, and quotations are nominally without change. At the tea auction yesterday 573 packages of Indians were sold, out of 1,018 o...
INTERCOLONIAL MARKETS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
INTERCOLONIAL MARKETS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. . - Melbourne, Friday. - The demand for wheat ww again strong to-day, and the ; market has further advanced. : Moderate sales of good wheat are reported .at 2/7$ ex store, and for prime 2/8 is quoted. With regard to chartering for New Zealand, Messrs Eaye and Carter, of Christchnrch, state in their market report that some half-dozen ves sels have been fixed for March and April loading to U.K. from 30/ to 82/6, but charterers do not now care to venture over 27/6, offers of tonnage at 28/9 not meeting with acceptance. Other quotations are : — Flour, firmer, good brands 6/-/ to 6/5/, millers asking an advance of 2/6 to 5/ for further orders ; bran, 7d ; pollard 8Jd to 9d; barley, good, 4/8, Cape, 2/ to 2/4; oats, good to prime milling, 1/7 to 1/8, inferior feed, 1/4 to 1/5; peas, hand threshed, 2/6 to 2/7, machine-threshed, 2/5; chaff, prime oaten £2 to 2/5/, prime green wheaten 2/7/6, straw chaff 82/6; hay. manger 2/10/ to 8/5/, chaffing 85/ t...
N.W. FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
N.W. FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. The North-Westem Farmers' Associa tion, limited, report under date Friday, 24th inst., as follows:— Potatoes: Owing to small shipments of last week Sydney market rose promptly, showing a handsome profit for all prime quality. Quite a quarter of the cargoes, however, were badly spotted, and sold at low rateB, in many cases down to £4 per ton; the cause was undoubtedly being dag in hot weather and allowed to lie over-long in the sun. This week ship ments will be larger, and from now on we think 12,000 to 15,000 socks will go forward weekly. The continued dry weather is against late crops, which are ripening off prematurely. Grub is putting in an appearance in many early crops, and rain is badly wanted to close the ground. Turnips: veryiew are coming lorward, and we would advise growers to send along a few each week, as although prices are low they are not likely to improve for some time. Oats: Algerians are at present un saleable. Sparrowbills are in heavy s...
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
LAUNCESTON., PRODUCE MARKET. The latest leading quotations are as follow :— Flour, £1 to £7/5/ per ton for atone and roller respectively. Milling wheat, 2/8 for prime samples, to 2/2 for nnd grade; fowls'- wheat, 2/ ; stout oats, ,1/2 to 1/6; Tartarian, 1/6 to 1/7; Algerian, 1/3 to 1/5 ; grey peas, 3/; beans, 3/r English barley, 4/; Cape, 2/6 to 3/; rye, 4/ to 5/ ; tares, 5/ to 7/ ; bran, 7d per bushel; pollard, 9$d; sharps, 8Jd; onions, 7/ per cwt ; potatoes, £3 to £i per ton ; chaff, £2/5/, bags in, for export; Btraw chaff, j£2 ; hay, 20/ to 22/6. Grass seeds — English, 4/ to 4/3 ; Italian, 5/ to 5/6 ; soft grass, 4/; cocksfoot, Tasmanian, 7/6; imported, 9/; clover, white, lOd to 1/; linseed, 2|d to 2fd. Prime separator and factory brands butter, ll£d to 1/1 ; prime dairy, 9jd to Hid; pastry sorts, 8£d to 9d; cheese, 6d to 7d ; ham, lOd to 1/ ; bacon, 8}d to 9d ; eggs, 9d ; lord, 6Jd ; honey, 5d. Apples, 4/ to 5/ per case ; culinary apples, 8/6 to 4/ ; pears 5/ per case; peaches, ...
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN v. REST OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN v. REST OF AUSTRALIA. Great interest is already being taken in the first of these matches. It will take place on .the Sydney Cricket Ground on 3rd March and the following days, and Messrs Blackham, Garrett, and Blinman, the selection committee, are taking steps to choose the 'Best of Australia' as early as possible. The second match will start on, the Melbourne Cricket Ground on the 10th March, aad the' final will be commenced on the Adelaide Oval on 17th March. On Wednesday, the 22nd March, the Australian Eleven will sail from Adelaide in the Ormuz. It is looked upon as a settled thing that Iredaleand M'Kibbin will be the two added to the nine certainties in the Australian team. With Graham and Johns in the Best of Australia, and all. the best men. in the ranks, the Australian Eloven will have no easy task.
Cricket. ULVERSTONE C.C. v. GENTS' C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
Cricket. ULVERSTONE O.C.v. GENTS' C.C. A match was played at Ulverstone on Saturday between teams representing the' Ulverstone Cricket Club and the '? Gents ' Cricket Club, resulting in a win for the latter by 26 on the first innings. Scores :— Uents. — i*lrst innings. J. Barrett, c and b Brain ? ? 0 W. Hall, b Brain ... ..,,..... ...;14 C. Massey, run out ... ? 4 A. C. Curtis, st, b Jordan ? 29 — Cranswick, b Brain ? 4 Dr M'Call, b Brain ? 0 F. Shaw, b Brain ? 0 W. M'Donald, b Close ? -.2 — Heathcote, not out ? 7 B. O. Ede, b Jordan ? ' ... 0 R. L. Bickerateffe, b Jordan ... - ... 0 Total ? - ... 60 Ulyehstone— First Innings.' - ' H. Brain, c and b Hall ? 4 T. Collings, b Curtis ? 2 J. Hutton,c and b Hall . ? 0 G. Close, rim out ? 0 W.Barratt, b Curtis ? 0 H. Jordan, b Curtis ? .'/12 W. House, b Hall ? 4 E. Pearl, b Curtis ? 1 S. Printer, b Curtis , ? 1 W. M'Gowan,b Curtis... ? ? 0 — Delamore, not out ... i ? - 1 r; Total ...- ...r ..~ ' ... 84 '?''. Second Innings.- ?.,. .- _- ~ H...
The Yarra Tragedy. CASE FOR THE CROWN CLOSED. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
The Yarra Tragedy. CASE FOB THE CKOWN CLOSED. Melbourne, Friday. , , The trial of Travice Alexander Tod, Madame Olga Radalyski, and Dr Henry Gaze, on a charge of murdering Mabel Ambrose, was continued to-day. The cose for the Crown was closed. No evi dence was offered for the defence, Tod and Radalyski, and Gaze on his own behalf, generally denying the main state ments of the witnesses for the prosecution. After hearing argument between counsel, the Chief Justice decided there was a case for the jury against Gaze and Tod. The trial was again adjourned.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
Totalisator Prosecution.— At Beacons field police court on Thursday John ' Bough, George Ritchie and John Wade were charged with illegally using the totalisator at a sports meeting on Decem ber 26/ Counsel for defendants argued that a club that went in. for footracing was entitled to the benefit of, the saving clause in the Act. This permitted a totalisator being usod by persons who had the per mission of a duly recognised racing club.' ? In dismissing the case, the visiting magis trate said it was the most illogical and jombled seotion that he had ever read in on Act of Parliament. While being obs cure and contradictory, no mention was mode of the use of the totalisator being Applied to horseracing alono. Tasmanian Timber. — There is on view at the Department of Mines, Hobart, a piece of Huon pine which has been half buried in the ground for the last 70 years, and is still in a perfect state of preserva tion. The piece of timbr has just been brought from the West Coast by Mr Wal la...
Changes in the Police Force. SUPERINTENDENT DRISCOLL GOES TO LAUNCESTON, Hobart, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
Changes in the Police Force. ;SUPE.BJNTENDENT: DRISCOLL.. . GOES TO'LAUNCESTON, , Hobart, Sunday. Some important ' changes are contem plated in the police force in the North and North West. 'Mr W. Scott, who acted a¥ superintendent of the now defunct Laun ceston Municipal Police, is to be trans ferred to Devonport, and his place in the citv will be taken by Superintendent Dris coll, of Devonport. Mr H. Beres'ord, superintendent of the Selby Territorial Police before the centralisation scheme came into operation, goes to Brighton to take charge of the Richmond, Green Ponds and Brighton district. The changes will take effect from March 81. Much surprise and genuine regret will be felt in Devonport and the large district under his jurisdiction at the change which will take Superintendent Driscoll from this part of the- island. During his term of office he has discharged his duty with courtesy and efficiency befitting an officer holding such an honor able position. The change will, howe...
The Late President of France. AN IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL. ANTI-DREYFUS DEMONSTRATIONS. London, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
The I/ate President of -France. AN jilPEESSIV^^PUNERAL. ANTI-DBEYFUS DEMONSTBA ? \ TIONS.'. -: ? -??? ' ;? ? ., London, February 23. The funeral of the . late President Faure took place to-day,' and, contrary to expectations, passed off quietly. The route to the Cathedral was lined with 100,000 troops, and the funeral was wit nessed by an immense concourse of peeple. Many, in order to secure a point oi vantage aiong me route, hook up men: positions yesterday, and remained all night. The funeral procession was several miles in length, and was most impressive. The anti-Dreyfusites were present in great numbers, and they made a Btirring demonstration on behalf of the Army and the Republic. The Judges of the Court of Cassation, who had pre viously expressed their fear at being seen in the procession, were treated to hostile demonstrations, and greeted with the cry of 'Vive l'Armee ' from a section of the great concourse of people. No dis turbance, however, took place.
THE TRIAL CLOSED. TOD AND RADALYSKI FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER AND SENTENCED TO DEATH. DR GAZE ACQUITTED. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
THE TRIAL CLOSED. TOD AND BADALYSKI FOUND GUILTY OF MURDEB AND SENTENCED TO DEATH. DR GAZE ACQUITTED. ' ...... . ? Melbourne, Sunday. The prosecution of Madame Olga Radalyski, Travice Alexander Tod, and Dr William Henry Gaze on the charge of the murder of Mabel Ambrose at South Yarra.on December 13 last was concluded last night. After the counsel for the. prisoners had addressed the Court, the Chief Justice, summed up clearly and ably, simplicity and force being the distinguish ing features of hjs deliverance. He spoke strongly against the trio. The evidence showed that the girl Mabel Ambrose died while an act was being performed the in tention of which was to procure abortion. It mattered .not whether she died from suffocation, shock, during a fit, or from any other cause, so long as death was the direct or indirect result of malpractice. There was no doubt that the act was done by the woman Radalyski. That was practically admitted. The young man Tod concurred with the act, and jin...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 February 1899
i\ews iii Brief. Mr H. Hi Gill, well known in connec tion with mining, is at present visiting the gold fields beyond Waratah on a tour of inspection. \ Mr Budyard Kipling is suffering severe ly from an attack of inflammation of the lungs at New York. Skeleton of a sea serpent at Suwanow Isles, near Navigator Islands, has Jjgen brought to Sydney on board the'sTeamer Emu. Tho captain states that the serpent had two heads like horses' heads, and had a hide of a brownish color. It weighed, he states, about 70 tons, and was 60ft long. . Norman Victor Hansen charged at Zeehan Police Court with ' burglary at Boyal Hotel on 15th inst, and remanded. Beported discovery of Andreo relics appears likely to prove a canard. Old Anti-Convention Bill League want all amendments to Federal Enabling Bill to be submitted- to New South Wales people. The Primitive Methodist conference at. Sydney adopted the report of tho 'federal ' council, which recommended the confer ences of the church to fix the date ...