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Religious. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

Kclixious. Kvcn Immoral people have an Inna to res. . ! spect for real |,l, ly: they defeat only sham ' religion, Tho molest and unobtrusive piety \ which (11U tho heart with all human chail- j lies and makes a,man gentle to otkers and j severe to lilmtolt It an object nf unlvertsl ' love and Yelicullin. Uut mankind hates thow, pretence, Jatlfiihucas, whoa they ais veiled under the! |*rb ot piety | they hate Jj| l cant and hypoflrftjyT-finry^IoviTa'wtifitilly 1 ~anomnpmie'neti' from tho altar which should I be a sanctuary only for tbo wretched and the I good. I

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TERRIBLE DISASTER. PANIC AND LOSS OF LIFE. London, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

TEIUUULK DISASTEK. PANIC AND LOSS OF LIFE. London, January II. A dreadful calamity lull occunolat tho City Hall, ut London, the capital ot Middles. sex Count)', I'rovlnci ot Ontario, Canada, 20 miles north of l.uku Kii«. A public mcdinK wai being held to nfTord candidates fur municipal cltctlonnpportiiuity of expresHng their vlows, and at le.ht 2000 pcoplu were prpsont. Suddenly tho Hour of Iho building collapsed nnd at least 200 pcoplo v,eru ptcolpltated Ihrough Into Iliu Mayor's parlor below, nnd tli.'ncu Into thu colUra^'i of the building. Thhly wcrekllleil. Including ninny promt neut cIlliLUi, ami many otheis wcio »er|. oufly Injured, The actual cause ot tho dkiator was the falling ot tin Immense tste-hcatlng apparatus right among tho victim*. The sudden crash and strain c.iuleJ a beam supporting the floor to collapse, and the people lu closs proxim ity were all hurled Into the chasm. One bundled wure Injured, the remainder escaping with comparatively ulljitit shocks nnd bruises...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Burglary at a Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

Burglary at 11 Hullwuy Million. An nil lacloii* burglary, culminating In an attempt to burn thu bonklng-olllee, '??jh-_ . brought to a. coinpaiiulvoly harmless !«? MB mlDatiou by Iho opportune arrival of t^sW^ police nn the secnu at Cllonforrlo atntli^V ' nesr Melbourne on Tucnlay morning. '^M i officials at the rnllway station left at tniH st half-putt 12 a.m., after tho last train frM Melbourne had paused nn towards Camb^k well. No pctsgn lestilcs on Iho prcmli^B ?ml until balf.pistS a.m., when thot^H , Kiuraca duty, tho only siiporvUlon (jlion^H^ tlio buildings Is by the Hawthorn pnllceWpt ;J| thoy procooil on their toiindt. Ath»ll-pa»r3 ' ' ConntaMo Ooughlan oxtmlnod tho olllces, and (omul them alright, Tho burglar, or burgUn, must have noted hU departure, ?ml promptly g't to work, Fortunitoly, I' however, Sonlor-constablo Koano arrived In I tho vicinity ot tho station at 10 minutes 1. put .1, anl observed a gleam ol light at , tho booking-omen donr on tho up tide, ! Hunjlng Int...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Intercolonial. A CHRISTMAS STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

Iiiloicoloiilul, A OIIR1ST.MA3 STORY. Tid* Is a (inn Christum story. It U ns widl to give It tills iccommendatlon, us some Chiiairnns slorloi nro not Iruo. Jlr Xnx, M. L. A. for K«t Melbourne, in tho IuIIlch ot hU walstcont, promised a wuif a thllllug 12 months ago on the undcrstnndlng that ho (tho waif, not the giver) was la remain ulrictly nnral during tho succeeding year. On Clirlstmaa Kve tbula I waited nt Iliu poll tlclan'a ollkd for Iho money. ' Have you earned It I' uakrd the inemlijr for East Mel bourne. 'Ycstir,' »'ild Iliu boy, ' Bjen good all tho yo.ir I' ' Ycs»lr.' ' Haven't been swcnrlng '.' ' S'epp ma — , no tir ; not n ? bit,' ' All right ; hero you are, and I hops you'll spend a merry Christmas.' ' Tint I will, air, if you'll only tell me where I can anenk a pair of ducU'

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

IIii«Iii«!hn ftnilrf. NEW YNAR UA.H.GAIJSS AT MELBOURNE HOUStf. G. D. D A V I D~S~O N, THE LEADING DRAPER, Is now oflorluK tho whole of his choice atook of Now (tenon's Millinery, Fluwori, Capea, DrcasGoodH, 1'ilnls, Muslins, Blouse*, Laces, Trimmings, Ribbons, etc , etc., At HALF PRICE. Also Special New Votr Reductions In Ucns, VoiiIIip, and Hoys Clothing, Aforccry, Wools, en^.t BARGAIN PRICES. THIS WEEK ! THIS WEEK ! HALF PRICE BARGAINS ! look tat thCRO ?HarUliisT Hcduclloin La.llc! Trimmed lint', Ha (Id, for 7s Sft Now Prints fid, for 2] I New Bun llonnols, tla, for Is (Id Ladiria Untrlinmcd Hats, It, for Od Now .Shot Mudina, Is, for (id Now lllouscs, 2a lid for Is lid Ladles New Gapes, Ha Od, for 7s ftd Now Drrsa Goods, Is 01, for S-d The ubme Riir^ains nr« only «*l»tHinalilu at (». 1-. Davidson'!!., KvlbiMirnv House. KLKTOHKU'a PILLS never fall to euro INDIGK8TION, OOSTIVKNKSS, BOUB BRKATII, HKAUTUURN, LIV1CII DIHKASK, and K1DN1CV COMPLAINTS. FLKTOHKIl'S PILLS and OLRMKNT8 TON ...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A GAMBLING QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

A GAMBLING QUARREL. A perlous nrtrny In reported to havo occuncd at Weo Was, near Narrnbrl, on Mondny last. Two men, named Murdoch nud Brmly, had a dlrputu ovor a gambling Iransncllon and a fight followed, lu which Brady waaBtiuck with ioiuc iron Implement with such force that Ids bralna protruded. Ho then struck hi.- afsallnrit with a brick, Inflicting let loin Injuries. The combatants were separated by the crowd which had assembled, nnd Brndy was found to be in such a condition that bin dying diponltlons wcro taken.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. The engine and two carriages ot a train on tho Knuknpaknpi line, N.Z, wcro de railed list Monday, owing it is Eiippoied to tho mill expanding from tho heat. The engine rolled down an embankment. Fire man Barkor wai killed and the dilver ouly eicipcd by jumping off. Some of Iho pan acngci« rccilvud a severe shaking.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE GERMAN NAVY. London, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

TIIK QKIIMAN MAW. London, Janusry 0. His Ilollncolho 1'opn hasdecllncdtoexor ciio any dlrret luleirenlion to induce Iho Oorrmn UfIcI»Ihi[ Centre to acqnleace In tho Kalicr's navnl propnriln, which they at pro B'- lit persistently oppose.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

Circular Head 1. 0, 0, F. itiiletlc_ Club, ' (Registered wUiTlho N.T.A.A.) Wciliicsday, Jan. 2«, 18118. BHKFriBLD HANDI0Ar-*lft, «3, «l 10s, and lOil total all 5, Nomltnllon Ssj acceptance 2«0d. First heat Hurts »t 12 noon tlll.K HANDIfJAP— «8 fO«, Ill, nnd 10- | total Jt5, Nnmtnallon 3«; acctptancu 2a HANDICAP HUItDLH HACK, IBO yard', 10 liurdlca ttthlnh-slQ 10s, SI, an.l 10s) total Hi, Nomination flsj accoptanco Is QUAUTKK MILK HANUI0AP-«3, «l, and 10-.) total £4 10s. Nomination Os; aocoptanco 2a 0DDKKU.OW8' IIANDIOAI' I1A0K, 120 yards, to bn run lu hoata— AH, £1, nnd 10ij tnlnl «4 10). Nomlnnllon 11 (VI j ncccptancoOd OTIIKIl KVKNTS-K«co« for Youtln, Boja, nnd Olrls, Jumping, Howling nt nne stump, Dropklok Football, the Uroat Pen PumIc, oto. Nominations for Bhcfflold, Mile, Quarter Mllo, Hurdlo, and Oddfollowt' Unco cloag on Thursday, January 0, at 10 o'clock p.m. Handicaps, declared Batunliiyj January IS. Acceptances rcoolvcd till Baturtlny, Jan, 22. Vor furtlier particulars sco...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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Cherished Belongings. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

( lierlsliid IIcIoiikIiiks, 'Tlmt velvet uncliot contains a niiinhot ol limns written mn by my old schooLrantf— tlri.r III! U A'lu I Vo.i'll rnnetnber lin ( I w-.mlir win re Am I ? w ) An.l IhM finiuilil gill I'lialn— wull, my sno it n nihnr pn me lint nn my IDlh blillidsy, nnd, naturally, wlicn I liok nt It, my mind trnviis hick iiuny jcmih.' Thn h-Hcrs and chain wctc two ill ins Iii I lini mots nf Mrs ?(?try, »h» wn« -h'jwln|{ them tn her dcsioul frlmd, Tl.o st-ciio Is no .v rluingod. In this In stnnce, Misl.nnlelll Is JiirI i tinning thiouxh lift hulonuln«F, and gnica with eyes full of ? IK-ctlon upon a llltln wooden ho-. Him llvc««t 102 Dowllnir street, .Sydney, and will tell you that thn box onco oon.lalni.il Ilia fnmoiis spccinv', Dr. WlllUms' fink l'llls for l'nlo Pioplo, which raised hot from a condi tion of nemo snffiiiliig lo health and kaput. IU-...I, Mis I.ardiilil, a lino, bandaomo woman of about Itr, years of a8i-,«»M lo a rcpoiloi of tho llnlmaln ' Obicrfcr,' who call...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE SOUDAN. London, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

III 1C .SOUDAN. Li wloit, January 5, Illlgncllcr.Ucnernl Willliun FoibtsQalao 1 commands Iliu llrllldi llrlgnde In thcHoudan nnd dLlachmcnts will bo at onco suit to the front. Tho' Tempt,' wlilohitalra thai Iho Mar It hand expedition reported Io have been mas tncreil wns into on September 17 lnil,andbad o.-cuplcd lliilir-el-Ghaial, a Mrong bnsla of advance In Central Soudan, further an nounced t lint Utters from the expedition are expected In rcarh tho Nllo between Khir lourn nnd Oondokoro,

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CHAPTER II. HE TELLS HIS MOTHER ABOUT IT. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

CHAl'TUll tl. I1U TKI.I.H lilt) MOTIIKIl ADOUT IT, ~' ~I~r**' ' trloiis laborers, nnd hidden their Identity under a pwifeastou with which our only neipinliitanco comos with tho nirnioiies of the past horo recorded. Wu cannot clothe nil our characters wltb tliomantlo of thu artist. Ouo of thorn, at Iruit, was a stock lirokn-— on tho exclmng* i.f llostou. Tho stocks, however, in which tho elder Von dcr Nort dealt wuro neltbor .Vow York Central nor Michigan Control. Nur ivero thoy tho stlir, crackling parch ments lu red nud ol.l gold, with coupon nt Iiiclimoiits-but rather tho pi-.itp-ctlvo value of tho uoxt. .h.-p-lon 1 of Malacca goods and t'lughnloio ware. In other words, tho Kldor Van der Nort was in tho Kast India trado. Ills 'water «toc!i' yleld«l dlvldendi on rich ihnwls aud laces, and oven upiiu siih-uj. Tho Kldor Van der Nort was dead, and la 1S.I7 his graceful widow was a lady of 60 years, with silvery hnlr, and with sprightly step. Her faco horu lllwj upon It, but her fiii-m...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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The Emu Bay Times. PROGRESS OR PAROCHIALISM? [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

Che emu Bay time*. J'tthllthei Ktery Tueiday, Thirnhj/, -tmt .Saturday, ' I am in tho plaoo where I am demanded of comclonco to speak tho truth | and there fore the truth I speak, Impugn It whoso llsl' SA'JV/tOAV, JAXIfAlir S, UBS, pnoamess on parochialism? Wo ri'cendjf directed itllonlloii to the political comillinns uf tlio now yenr, nnd tlio need for n forward policy which would help tlio producer and iucroAsn tha voliitno of products, rntliur tlinn (ho policy of tlio retnil politlulnn which hns iieen In voguo for tho lnnt few years. Wo ndtnlt at onco that somo such policy was justilk'd liy tho necessity which existed for drastic retrenchment and rlgiil economy, and that It 1ms nccoiiiplislicil its task. A now policy is required now, and wo hnro to consider, as practical people, what reception it will moot with, Tho provincial feeling which wns fanned/' into a flnmo Inat Rcsnion lina added to the. numerical strength of tho Opposition nnd divided tlio House of Assembly into two di...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
General Information. POSTAL, TELEGRAPHIC, AND MONEY ORDER REGULATIONS, ETC. RATES OF POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

General Iiiformutloii. POSTAL, TKI.KailAl'IIIO, AND MONHY onnEii uicauiiATiONtj, kto, IUtksoi1 1'ohtaok. Inland Loiters— Vot c-ich Jos ot fr,iciluu ot |..«, 2d, Town Lottos— (for each ,i« or frMllun or int., II. I'sokutH-Knr rath 2-1 nr frsall.iii (up tn IIIIm), Id. llnuks — l''nr each 4 tor fraction (U|i lo ail-O, Id. I'm! Cards-Kuril, Id Intercolonial Uatoa.— To Nuw South Wnlcr, Nrn- Zrahind, qneonalaml, H-.ulli Australia, Victoria, Wcati.rn Australia, New JIuhiMts, FIJI, and Ililllsh Nuw Ouln.-ii :-l,rttcrs— Kur caob |-i* or ftaotlnn, 2 I. Packets — Kor each 2or. or fraction, Id. Uuoks-l'oc caoh lot or fraction, Id. I' at Oanli-U.icli, Id. Italoa lo United King loin and Korean nnuntilct,— Letters— for uvury -oaur under, 2|d. P.ist Curd— Kadi, IJd. Hcply P.ist Card-Kach, 8 1. Nimsp ,p,r« - nf.ch of weight of I'm, Id) (wchmtdliiunal 2n«, Id. Commcrolsl Hapma-Nut ixcwdlng 2ui!, Ill i a i and lilt, 9,1 ) 4or. nu I (1 ?«, 1 1 i ll,./. ami tot, 4,d| «iiiaml 10-j, Bd : II) a and l-'i*, ...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
As Others See Us. EMU BAY RAILWAY: MR CLARK'S DICTATION RIDICULED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

As Others (See Us. KMU BAY RAILWAY. MR OLAUK'H DICTATION RIDIOOLKD. Tho contrlhiitlona of ' NoIob,' the Hobatt correspondent of tho ' Auslralsslan,' have, for tome considerable time, been to notorl ously prijudlctil anil nnfnlr tint they liavo t etn rcRiirdcd us a reproach to Iho leading uccklyuf Ai'strnlin, It would teem, how ever, thnt Iho Victorian editor haiillscovored the exnet north of bis correspondent's opi nions nnd tho proclso accuracy of the 'facta' ho ctolves, 'Notoa' recently wnxctl olo qiKiit In sympathy with tlio exAttorney aoncral of this colony, but Iho 'Auttral- r,clnn'di-alseillloiially with tho subject as followi :— ' Tho proceedings at Hobart acem lo hnvo been exceptionally dignified when a number of lending cillrcns, headed by a mluUter of religion, mot to present Mr A. I. Clark, tho rx-Attorniy-CIcncral, with an a.Mtc-i, complimenting him on tho constltu IIoiibI nttltulu that ho had assumed duiiog the riciut dlrputu between himself and tho MlnUlry generally. O...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

EMU BAY CASH STORE Can supply all your wants, J»rn|mrj — We can bent nil comers, at tve draw upon n stock ol orct *BO,000, ' ' -? . cioiiiintr Ilondy mado, n Splendid Aisort. muni, .mil can Ma.o to Mi-astiro hy Ilia llcut Tailor lu 1 tie City wiylMnit you mini, fr-mi n Cluket Ing Suit lo a Full Dress » Bull. Over BOO rntlirna to select from. llooM anil NIioun— Of every ile-crlptinn In CI1IM1, Ulrls, Hoys and Yoiil-n% Lulle, mill Mens, either strong or liiiht- mul nt in Ices Hint oiniint be beaten. ?''* ^r«IWQT^' J»o|-nr«iimiH— li -.' ' IT ' TiuTtWlWri ihli dom'rliuent h, *. - ata li.cira»lii|j SWrVi ''''- fc_ ':v practically jiivvlMtt OUR ?AlS \ VALUE is lUGgf.' n nut. b'C-iau;' ' irr «.f fncl It i«, (ind ''llj- n|i- llGV ' «.''2'ii! hy '' ?*vo giVL'n WKri tr«»iintoiiir«ry, ':' PJfl -V»--. Tinware, Oionlciir, Fanny |l)l 1 ' ? aai.l»,Cot,l«tl.niirayKnik., I'll I Hrytlio', Blrkl'«;-«|1o Fniks, II ?-L* '? Kpnde., Axoh nnd.Hlf, DtC r 1 t1L2 ' ''-??! ln Innl' 0V1''11* -ml WMIt i ,'ffl 'I...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

Hlicclul A«lvur-lN-initMi«, DEMPSTERS SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK. All Toys nml Picture Hooks ut Unit Marked Price. Big Sale 01' Ladies Mouses UbiirI Hile 1'iito. Filco l'tuit,MiijllD, draw Lawn, nod Zephyr ? a H ' (l Fauci Cambric, Onus I.awn, Printed Hatcen, Mu.lli. nud Cotton Orcpon ? 'Ill 1 11 Kronch Cambric, Whlto Mmlin ill - ' I Zephyr*, Sateens, Creponp, Lawn, Muslin, BllhaniUomoly / trimmed embroidery or la.;o r, 0 2 11 ' French Cambric, .Sitem, Prill, Cotton CM, ami Cn|ion ... II 8 ' ' FiniiCambilo, HnlUiD'iL'.Uwi.U- 1 Muilln, Hutcon, Printed Ma thtu ... ... ? rt ' ' ' Very M«.rliNli iili-ino*-l» pink, blue, ami wlilcu Kitnc-jr Ciiiil«le, !'-'' sleeves is «d KACU Mtrllieil JlloilMW-UIack, blue, pink, duik blue, Oambilo Mttlpw, ilarli is lid EACH Cool IMoiiM'* — Whiio Mmlln Shirts, full sleeve, lat.si style. 2s ml EACH Print CoMluntcn— Hpiomllil vn rietjaml tlpton vulue, liiripcd Uumbiia, very full,6slld, 6slld, 7»Gd, 8s lid, Us lid Diiliity Garments For the Little Ones. Zeph...

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PARTING OF THE VEIL. CHAPTER I. VERMILLION BY THE ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

.W80i&lp CHAPTKIt I. VE1IMU.U1I.N 11V TUB MMIK. «-'O. /»Jt-U.NUu-oninii, you nro ,«V*,/ working Iwhiiril.' f7C-V% I » Ing. arrowing.' Ilo ttinli-d iiml 1-jii!:« 1 outllpnnlh-J Illicit m-.lls. 'Bliiiisevldonllyni-illiei- worm imr ljuitc.-ily— .vn.l tlm end will Ins .illliiT mi raii-ly cm vii nr fnmol Well, In mil work liuno meiim for tuna. It la well-let lior With I ! 1 1 h iidiiu.iilll.n to lilmwlf tlio 'T|..i-r,' n-i lli» Mlei-s vM- 1 Ihi'lr imipluyur, thrust his hands Lolilu 1 hlni, In thoughtful nin,,,l, ami hIii..I» out- .,f tlio u-urki-oiiiii Into Hie i-llli-u ihthm Ilia lull. Tlio name, In nhli-ll thn 'Tl';i-r' InM i-!.ilm liy Clu-Mlim rl\;ht :nvl hmi^i! ««?. I.-mii Spni i'n-; nuil, a, ii, cu:ntriic(l m i 1 1 ? 1 1 -: 1 1 ? ?? I , !„? m-;h n Kjmni.inl. What wns v.irthy .f II: lemili!., ivlilih It lislinlly rall:.l r.irlll, ivn Hi )', fil-t hair was li,,hl, IiIh I . - i i ? I huuiiu.UH, ?? .nl his |.ii-s,m imm I «nil |--i lly. HI*OnlUllllslllll»llt Win IMM ivflll \v! i....

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

ClUJIIOM BKIIVICKS. Sunday, Jainary 0. ' Chinch of Knglnnil. — Uurnle— 11 a.m.and 7 p.m. Somorsct— 3 p m. Cam Iload— ' J 2.3U|p.m, Wynyard— 7, p.m. 1'ilmUlvj Mo'h.idbt Ohu.ch.-Penguln— Hov Walton 2 j no nurvlcu 7. Uurnle— Hot I ItoycrJ 11 j Mr Hiyd 7. Sulphur Crook— I Kuv Walton 11 j Supply 7. North Motttn— I HupplyS. Btowpitt— HrHiyaS. Levon— I Supply II. lllyth— llov llngciB .1 and 7. I 8-Mile— Mr Ililder 3. ,.,- ' U.il.tr, Cliureli.-\V'yriy.ird— Mr I'roiv«e 11 i Mr Cunnings and Mrjjues7. Flower- ' dale — Mr □uiinlng* 'J. C4111 Itod-Mr 1 Dicker !). Ml. Hieki— Mr I'ro.vao 3 | Mr and Mis Frowiu 7 !IO. Penguin— ltov l'jyno J 11, Mrs Rooke 2:10, K-:v I'ollaid 7. Fine wood-Mr IInw.iIwiii 11, Mr Oeod l'. Uurnle— Mr Barker 11, Pastor Uowo 7. Romslno-.Mr lUrkoi !l. Wcalcyan Church.— Dumla-Mr Pollard -?' 11, llev Payne 7. Wynyard-Mr Jones 3, . Mr OuntiliiKt 7. Slaters Oie.k— Mr C1111 nlugi 11 Htauluy— Mr Brown U nnd 7. Forest-Mr llmwii 3. . , Uollovtrj.— Ten Mllo— 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. %

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 January 1898

W.CT.CI.-Tho sjcrotarr repnits i— The monthly buslnseas meeting of the W.C.T.U. was hi Id In the U.M.K. Ohurch on Friday, Ikd !)lst nit, The president (Mrs Ilooke) was In tho chair. Owing to th ru being much ?Ickness among the members the attendance was smaller Hun nsuil, The meeting ivni opened with singing and prayer. A portion of Scrlptnro was read, and a few comments made thereon by Mri Flooko ; special em phasis being given lo threo helpful and approprla'o promise! fur tlm New Year, The president gavo aomo oxtracts from Iho report of tlio World's Convention held In To. onto, showing that tho whole gathering was an unqualified nieces?, Mils Francos Wlllard has again been chosen leader, with Lady Henry Bomenct vlcc-preildent. Our little ialand was represented by a fraternal delegate, Miss Ware, ot Victoria. Members were re (incited to piay that God's euhUnce , and blculng may attend the visit of the Australasian president, Mra Nlcbolls. Shu Is oipcctcd to arrive In Tasmania towar...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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