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No title [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
Huoent llusit Fiitus. — Tho result* of Hid rccsnt bush lire nt tho 8-mlla, Moorevllla road, aro mora eerloirs than w-s at first an ticipated, more especially In the case of Mr Tim Deacon, who hat practically loat every thing ho postcascd, being unable to save even the p»pctn connected with Ida land. We icam that it is tho intention of Mr 0. U, Hall, M.H.A., to bring thla and other csics o( a similar nature under the notice of tho Premier, so that they may slure In tha relief which Is being afforded, II r Lucas, of tha S'tnlte, lost every fence on bit property m well at all his crops, Very serloui /Ires ocsurrod along .the Coast on Saturday and . Bundny lint, and at one tlmo It was feared that Devonport Itself would be part of tho conflagration. It Bcems that the tire was started on the Don river on Christmas Kvs and soon aproid In all directions. At Mr A. II, Brlggs' farm it consldorablo amount ot damago was done, and MriBrlggi had * nur law eoctpe of bolng burned, A large amount ot...
THE THIRD TEST MATCH. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
TUB THIRD TEST HATCH. Adki.aidh, WuitneWay, lha lot match t) bu comruenctd on Fri day Is atouslns the keenest Intcreat. Frlilny atleinoon has botu procUlmed a bink holi day. Playing for the IM; Club against the Corn wall, at Launocslon, on Saturday ln»l, l)r Ilamsiymailu U19 rum, thus lying fie rucord score, for Tasmania, whloh wai made by Mr J. II. Sivlany. Tho dootor wna at tho wic kets durlog (bo compilation of 357 runs, and npon loturnlng to Iho ptrlllon w»* onthusi* aatically applauilcil. ( t\-r toiitinuatlcn «f Jleaillng Matter let t'int and Mmrth Page: )
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
HllWllltlM ]NTO.I«MH ? ^ ? MMRlUUftN XolU'fH ~~ ?essrs j, U, si u 1 1 tpa uu., WIM Am PIRM 1H m W If N Y A. It I), Wc h(!(!|, a|,V(Ulst of t|lc j||||cs |H o4Ma(i(,IIICi|. Stohekiwkiis Ami th»«« »i.,» ,,»» ,ny ,CKar.i i» u,,,ir ,™lm,1(li „,„ ' » : Ami »'-* bo certain ot finding lei our .took tho very nrllofn Io ineot lE 'SJ ? (iKSFMKh Merchants, uoAttKW i lleg to iiiinouiu.'o to their humorous palrnn. lw'o Hue examples In tlm lloimnrnl nnd I ho l.nuilcsb.iriiiiirh ?\,u rmoV ' , throughout the T»blo Capo Dlalilet that Only Bll|jhlly lean h«n (on 1,1 tint Tcunuil Corner Htaml-im »,,. V i their NKWBTOItHU now Hoyal, tho (lulnaboroiigh, the H'olverlon, tlm t!l- roil, on i ,' I ho 1 1 i'i,'^ B«pl«t« With i, Flrat-OlABU StOO ', Wu'hnvo In groat variety Iho avitr.populnr IVnliul Snmd-iin lull,,, i ()( I1|B Albdmnrlo, tho Now Premier, nml Hint, Miaclnlly comfortable i h. » „ thu Autirnl, llui Klmboltoii.tho Uiinmoio, ' '''''li DKAPHIU', CLOTHING, In tho old fnvorlte, ua«y wearing Tiirn-iluwn...
SYDNEY POTATO MARKET. PRICES VERY FIRM. A VALUABLE FORECAST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
BYDNKtf POTATO MAKKRT. l'BtOES VEUY K1UM. A VALUAULK KOKBOASr, (PROM OUH 0WH OOKHESrjSnEST.) SyiiHEt, Wedues lay.— Messrs Johnllrldge and Co,, produce merchants, 8us«oi street, report, this evening i — I'ho potnto market was very firm to-day, with moderate supplies. Tho bulk Is of in ferior quality. \V« expect 'Circular Heads' per h,', fcliHpo, to arrive hire next week, to realise «10 per ton, possibly more, although some of tire lato loc^l crops aru turning out butter linn was anticipated. TIhsj will ba available In a few days hencu. The Vic torian late crop (s also good, tunluly nt Colac and W»iruanibu-d | tlimo will prob ably affect values during thu next week ur twii, but the proapects of the Bydnoy potato market for the nc.iaon are on thu whole good.
PROSPECTS OF THE WHEAT HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
ruodPEors of the wheat HAUVK3T. A Mcibournt paper of th j 6th lost in re furring lo tho prospects of the wheat liarvot remarks s— Kiirmers rcndcreJ alive to tholr own Inte rests by the timely Intelligence supplied con cernlog the prospects of tho wheat market, wl 1 not listen to tho wily Inducement* of speculative operators, Tha par tial fitllare ot tho harvest throughout Auntralln gives to tha producer the com pensating power of calling the market. In Victoria we cannot do more than supply our own requirements ; the New South Waloi surplus will bj of Inflnltcsmal quan tity. South Australia Is faced ivlth a dollclt, and the other colonies will have to Import to meet their needs. Thu producers fortunatn enough to Imvecrups to roap will, therefore, ba nblo U: wlllntarij auyiUtcrapt to ' bear ' the market fur the advnntngo of the millers and tho wheat buyers, Pro. cut prices must go up us soun ns weak holders have been equeeiod out. Whora lioldlng U po.nlb.'o furmorj will bo sura to ll...
INTERCOLONIAL COMMERCIAL REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATION BY MAIL. POTATOES TO £11 TON IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
INTEI1COLONIAL C0MMEI10IAL liKI'OHTS, LATKST QUOTATIONS BY MAIL. rorATOKS TO £11 TON IN 8YDNI5Y. SviMlir, Mondny.-Wheat dull nt 4/ to 411. ii u.l Hour £10/10/ lo eiljif. Buttor ►lilp[je« aru protcitiiig against two of the Fobruaiy bo its calllnj; at Hobnrt for fruit nnd takiug no butler for London, A brisk buslneu was dono In ptoduee. Potatoes, c!i»/F, outs, and pollard uru dearer, OtU, Now Zealand, brought 213} to 215; cblck wheat, 3/ to 3/3 ; bran 81, aud pollud, U)d. Chaff (Imported) had a good tale, medium bringing to £4, prime £4/6/ to £1/10/, local medium to «4/5/, plimu yrccu £4/10/ to £4/15/, Outon hiy, prlmo new, brought £4(5/ to «4jlO/| lucerne, Jil'|i/(1 lo £2/3. Btrow. derrick, £2/5/ to «2/?/8, Onlous, ptlmest,£a. Potatoes, locil medium, £8 to £U; prlmo, to £10/5/; cxtr.t prime, 411: Melbourne, £3 to £»|10|. Mklbouhhk, Tuesday. — Tho wheat market la firm at -i/,)|, Mules ot good malt ing bsrley made at 4/10 to 6/, Ordinary simples down to 4/1, Inferior dowu to 41, Cine 2...
General Information. POSTAL, TELEGRAPHIC, AND MONEY ORDER REGULATIONS, ETC. RATES OF POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
Gttiier.il Iii.oiiiiwtluii. POSTAL, THtiKdllAPHIO, AND MONUV onniiii iiKum.ATioNa, mo. BATIM Of rnsTAUB. tntmiil [,ollcm— Knr eauh |oi or fraollon nf ii.z, 'il, Toivn t.ntti'ta— For caoh trm m frKOtluu ut in*, Id. IViukuls— I'V each im or fraction (up tn lllba), Id, Hooka— I'm eaoh 4n« or fraction (up lo Illbs), Id. Poll Oard.-lO.ch, id., Intercolonial Hale.*.— To Now Bouth W.ln, New Zealand, Queunalnnd, tjuuth Auitnills Vlnlorlii, Weitntn Australia, New Ilebtl.lca V'ljl, and llrltlah Nbw (Inlnta I— Letters- Kor caoh Jnr. or fraction, 2 I. Packets— Km each 2iiz nr traction, Id, Hooks— For eneh 4 07. nr frnotlon, Id, 1'o.tOanla— Kaoli, Id, Kates lo United KltiKilom and KorolHn Oountilci,.— Lull.t'— I''nrcre,v liu or under, 2|ri, Post Onrd-tiach, ltd, Ilrply Poit Uard— liach, Jl.l, NeWMiniiers — Macli ol weight of tor,, 1.1 1 euohsihlllional 2m, |.|, Oommerclsl Papers— Nut exceeding 2or., a.l . t',?, And 4ok, ai-l | 4n7, and flu, II 1 (lox am «u7., 4 1.1 1 8i,7. and lOo/., M | 10 a an...
Cricket. EAST WELLINGTON PREMIERSHIP. FIXTURES. Jan. 15—Free Yeomen v Wynyard—Burnie v Penguin. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
t'rlchcti EAHT WKLLINQTON PRHMIBUHIUP. FlXTtfnus, Jan. 15— Free Yeomen v Wynyard— llurnlo T Poiifjuln The following piaycra have bcon clioncn lo repicient Wynyard on fialnrday next against Fioo Ywimon, at Yt-omeiilau'] I— T, Ander. Bun, T, Ucrechrce, O. Clough, D. A. Cole, II, Frlmloy, J.L, Koiguaon, A,.K. llartlsun, 0. llogurii, 10. rJluttiird, J. Smllli, II, Aldeiaon | eniergsncy, J. Drcnator, A coich will loave Wynyard at 12 sharp. Giving to lnllilenr.» tho Wynyard players havo had sumc dlfllculty in gettliiK ii team together, but it Is hoped that Iho above plnynis will be Mo lo do battle agxi list Ihu Yi-ointn.
MAIN ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
MAIN P.O.VD iiOAUD, The minutes ot tho last meeting woro read and confirmed, and on tho motion uf Mr DunUm, seconded by Mr Mackenxlo, the following accounta wore pasted tor payment! — W. Powlctt, A1U/I8/U | W. Smart, £lrt/l|'J, Tho heap ot stone placed on the road near Mr Reeves' gale, by Mr d. Sheklcton, when Iho contract had not bcoi let lo him but lo Mr Q. Nlcholl., was i1I».:umo,1 ut lenBtb anil tho tcmlera and mliiuiiM having been rcail the action ot thu necreUty In tho matter was uiiaolicously appnivcl, but as Mr NlclmlU had not placed any atone In that locality It was reiolved, on tho motion ot Mr Dunlam, accomlod by Mr Mackenzie, tint tb'j con tract with 0. Nloholl), for (10 yardi ot atone at Mr Raves', bo cancollid nnl the 51 yni.U offorcil by Mr U. Bkeklulou, at 2/ por ynnl, bu accepted. Sir 0. J. Mackenzie then proposoil— ' That In tho fdtiiru no Irustca Interfcru In any way with any tender or contract without the consent ot tho boar.) or trust.' This was |:oondctl by Mr ...
Table Cape Road Trust. MONDAY JANUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
Table Capo Iloii,. Trust. MONDAY JANUARY 10. Present— Messrs 11. Cooper, (ohalrmnn), 0. J. Mackcnzlu, M.H.A., K. Stutlcrd, T. V. Duiiliun and tho sccrelnry , Iho ratnutos ot Hi') last meeting wcro read nndcotiHrm«l. On the motion of Mr Duntnm,Bceonilcd by Mr Mnckonzlo Iho following nccounta were pi»«cil for payment :— A. Best, on account ot stono on Mt. llleki Roml, £'i5 ; A. Mulr, for Hellyer lload, £'-'; U. A. Alexander, £H/7|ii ; W. PoivLtt, £2/11/ ( Iiupwlor, «.'l//l/8 | sccrolnry's «peine-, eiH/a. Mr Mackenzie piupos»d that tho following tcmlerj bo accepted i— liOyds of stiui!, In UoIkIii street 11/ per ynrl, Win. Smart j forming and nielnllliiR 4 chnln Hcnbrook road, «'2)ln/-l iwr chain, Win Smart i making (ormliii; and ractalllug 10 ch.lim Capo H mil, fi7/l'i|ll per ohiiln, and pipe nulvert, 0. A. Alexander. Tills was seconded by Mr Diinlim and orrhil. Tim work on thu Flowcrdalo R/ad, near Iho brlilgri, was postponed, and tho Inspector wits Instructed to obtain more definltu ...
The Governor of Western Australia. FRICTION WITH FREEMASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
The GovnriKii' »i' Western Australiu. FHI0TION WITH FREEMASONS. Speaking at tho Induction of his son, Lieu tenant Smith) to tho third degree In tho Military Lodge of Freomnions, Porlh (W.A.) Worshipful Mnater llrolher Ilia Excellency Sir Qcrnrd Smith, complained of having bcon slighted by tho local district Qnnd Lodge In not being naked to assist nt the dedication and consecration of the now Masonic bqlldlng recontly, of which ho had prevlouily laid tip) founiUtlqn sUine, No notice, ho aald, had bjen takon ot him, ex cept tli.it ho had received, In common with all tho matters In the oniony, tho ordinary Inrltatlon. Itu brought tho matter forward fur three roaaona— First, bciiauio he wna a laprosentatlvo ot Her Majesty, who was titular head of tha order, and ho was tho somor member of tha Oiniid Lodgu of this colony ) next, he desired that what ho bo. licved to bo a blunder, duo probably to fjro-a Ignorance and carelessness, might bn reported to the proper quarter | thirdly, the inte...