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ROCKY CAPE V. STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 January 1898
ROCKY CAPE V STANLEY. A Rocky Cape team visited Stanley and tried conclusions with a local eleven on Saturday. The visitors went first to the wickets, scoring 39 in the innings. Stanley replied with 78, D. Ferguson 35, W. Phillips 15, and G. Breheney 11, reaching double figures. In the second innings Rocky Cape saw their last wicket fall for 41, leaving Stanley 4 runs to get to win, which they did at the expense of 4 wickets. It is reported, writes our correspondent, that the two Circular Head teams (Irish- Town and Forest) that recently made a trip up tha Coast will play a test match at Stan- ley (which is a neutral ground) on Friday. The game should be a good one. Both teams have their supporters.
NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN. A GREAT SUCCESS. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
NliW SOUTH WALKS LOAN. A (I HIS AT BUCOKsa. Lnmlon, January \2. Tcndorn for tho New Suulh Wales luin clued to-day nt nuon, and when opened It wai found tlia tcuduilug lias been much iu excess ot tho amount needed. Tbo loan wna for £1,500,000, benrlng In toreat at 3 per cent., tlio minimum being fixed nt «»!-, iind prior to tho opening of the Under* advunco dcillnga In Iho stock wen quoted at £101, Tho tuUl amount lendored for was £3,878,400, tbo nvorago price obtained for Iho slock bo I n b £100/15/. Tendururj nt £100/3/1) will receivii 31 per cout, ot tbo amount lukut [or, 't'ciuktun nbovo tbut sum will bo allotted their amounts in lull, The general publlo received tho bulk of the loan, 6ymltc»tc» tendered for £1,175,000 at £100/3/11, nnd for £0^0,000 at £100,0/11. Later. Tho average of tenders In £100/7/1, nud tho actual nmount tendered Is £9,003,100. [riila ia the beat 3 per cont. loan yet flonttd by tho colony, Tondorcrs will get Iho benefits of interests to tbo nmount of 7 nml ...
AUSTRALIAN TIMBER. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
AUSTRALIAN TIMIIKH, London, Januury l!l, ThuJairah ForeatK Co., with a capital ot £380,000 In «li.uci nml £100,000 In S p;r cent, debenture*, nro lisulm; £HIH,tll)7 In sharca nnd X7S,000 In dtbenturca. Tlio vemlonwillf.it £110,000 iu cn-li, £8:i,ll!i:i in tbarea, nml Iho baUnco In cash or abarca.
THIS DREYFUS MYSTERY. ESTERHAZY ACQUITTED. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
Till! DltffiYKUS JIY3TKIIY. ESrUUHAZV ACQUU'TKl). London, January 12. At tho tirosccullon ot ' Lo Sluclo ' for Iho publication uf tho test of the Indictment agoinit Captain Dreyfus In 1811 1, which shoncd that the accused ivm conduumo I on the stjo:iglhotiul')ciiiiuni inserted to boln tils hand writing, nnil which document it la now nisutcd w.n stolon from tho War Oflkc, somo aeusntloiml teenei have ciuueJ. Tha Count do Ustcrlnzy w«« cblelly accused ot writing tha document Imputed to Dreyfus, bill tha specUtora In Court ayropitlilfed with Kitcrbaty, aud his-ed ami exucr.ited Mathlou Droytiu. London, January l!l. Cojnt Knmhaiy baa bein unanlmoHsly ncqultlod by thoCuuit otJmtlce, In l'nrla,o' any treacherous rolatlona with a Kuicigu Tower, nod on loivving thu Court rucolvod a hearty ovntlon from the crowds asaomblcd la the itrcoto. It U nci.v reported In IVrla that Michel TJreytua, who his raised the recent ngitntlom la UussIu'b agi'iit.
GREAT BRITAIN'S FOREIGN POLICY. A MINISTERIAL STATEMENT. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
UllliAT IIIHTAIN'S KOllISlaN i'OLIOV. A JIINISTKIUAI, HTATKSIKNT, London, Junuary VI. Tho lion A.J.HilFuur, Knot Lord ot tlio Tmitiiry, uddre^iiii; Mi Homo of O.iiniiiona cunslltuonU nt .Muiicluat.-i, said that nnxlom negoliiitiulH woro proceeding b.'Mcn (licit llrltnlu nul Friincc on tho iS'lgcr qucatloil. 1'or-onnlly, ho wih dm giutiil nt tlio del.iy In ceUlemcnl of Cruiui alf'iir-, and sur'g»st'.'4 Hint thu l'owors sliouM lojs up fur cli.ilou of Bvl-.-ctliix a (lovoinor. Tho Hritlnh Uovorniuont, ho »:-IJ, hid nodosiiu to In vu lu ilia in I puulinecof the Imlliin frontier tilbtsiinu If they vvuuld ml Intvrtciu with lliiilsh -nlor«t-, nnd would not Impede, tlm iluo fiillllment ot trintyobligillonswlth Afglunlataii. lliltlsh iuttrusts in CUiinn wimj cummcrcUl nnd not fimitotlnl, but whllo tho HrltlKli Govern ment ilciirc I to «t..bllih freeilum of trudo with Chlua In tho whole w.irM, lluy would rcilat any attempt to cliatroy equillty of opportunity.
Religious. CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
iU'lijiious, f'llUIICII SHIIVIOES. Sunday, .lauinry 1(1. Churoli of Kngland — llurnlc— 7.30 a.m., 11 ii .in., anil 7 p.m. BoniurMit-U a in nn.l 7 p.m. Cum Uoad— 3.30 p.m. Wynyard— II. p.m. U.M.I'', Church.— I'cnguln— Kcv l'nyne 2.30., Supply 7. I'lncwoml— Mr U Hmilli 11, Mr Alt. llaiker 7. llurnli— Itev P»yno 11 nnd 7. llomnlno— Mr lVUon !l. Blow pirl — Mr J. llrown !l. Wynyatd -Mr Vroivao 11 nnd 7. Flowonlub— Mr Oon. nlnga 3, Jlmint Illckn— Jlr CllngliiXer 3. Criru Itoml-Mr l'rowso 3. l'rlmlllvo Muihodlht Church.— Penguin- Mr W. Hall 8, Mr J. Ilaikor 7. North tl.llnH \l - A IT...n-1- fl 1 til fii I n_. M r .1 llrown 11, Itev W. II. Walton 7. I.tvcn— Mr A. Huuvh 11. H«l(iliur Creuk— Mr J. Kalim 11. Mr W. Hall 7. Ulytli— Mr J. llarkor «. Ilfnna— Mr W. lluwsiliorn 11. KlKht-Mlle— llev W, 11. Walton 2 ;IO. Wealeyan Ohutch.— llurnic— Mr llrown 11, Mr Pollard 7. Wynyi rd-.Mr Pollard 8 Camp CtceU— Mr Pollard 11. Bl»i«ra Creek -No Service. Kvanocllntic— llurnic— Mr acorgo drove, 3 ami 7. F...
A SPORTING TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
A SPOnTlNQ TltAQHDY. S, J, Mercer, n trainer In Uiineilln, and n J.F., has bcon nrrcatcil on n clinrgo of shoot Ing with Intent. Mcracr was acting M cletk ot tho cotirioat it trotting mcetllug, when a Mia llronn chnrgrd him with enticing In his hnuso her daughter, about 10 yeata of ago' and ussniillcd him, Shorlly after th!» lively tceuunsllll llrcllcr ono f.lluwud, for tho wiro nf tho sou of -!.,) Drown nsnaulli.l M' rccr, nnd used her lists In the most np proved piiglllslla fntblon. Hho was put off Ilio comae, ami a little later Mercer drove homo wllh the girl l:c wna charged wllli en' tlclng from ber homo. Then Kdwnnl Brown, a brultcr of Iho girl, '.vent to Mercer's bouse, and hero n louuh nnd tumble ensued, Mcr cit slipped into a U-iliiom and getting n small revolver, almost a loy, appenis to Imvu fired at Drown, Tlio pollco appeared on the feenn shortly nfimvnuK and Mcrssrwns «t ic.ilul. lliawn, on being rxnmlned, who found to liavo Iwo punctiirca of thu skull, onn In Ilia tunp...
COMMERCIAL. Emu Bay Times Offices, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
(OMMIIU 111. iiaii J/jij limtt Ofllco, Friday Evening, This increasingly high prlco ruling In Syd ney haB glndunncd tho heart! of potato gruwera, and the delay In the arrival of the Tokupo hai enabled them to get Iran 11 con. slKnimmts ready for ehlpraent. On Thura day anlos wore mala 111 Sydney nt up to i'll/r,/ far prime namplcs. Tho local prlco shuwrf n slight nilTnnco, £0 nnd bags being i.Ooml, but buyers 1110 acting with groat cau tluu. The Tuknpo, which will leave cither this iifieruoon or eveulug will tako nwny about 1160 bags from llnrnlo. Some of thcio are primu samples, others more or less faulty, Thero will nlao bo a largo shipment from Duvonport, There Is no clmngo in local quotation for uthur lines.
News From Abroad. British and Foreign. THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. MORE LOOK-OUTS. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
\-!\V8 From Alii oud. ?Irlilnli nml l''-u«-lt(-ii, TII10 lfNdlNlilillH1 HI HI K 15. MOIMO LOOK-OUTS, l.mnlun. Jnntmrv 13, Hiiro Ilia clino of tho I'uutcroiico at Leeds, Iho |nocouillii|!i nt which woio of no avail lu healing Ilia breach bo'.ween thoAmalgnmnlcd KnuhieoiH mid Kedomled Kmpluyers, sixty ndilltlonil llrmi huva luekad out tholr men, mi 1 will bMo their tlmo I'ofdro ognlu roaum Ing work under imnlllollng Intoicnl;, As an Instnnconf thoillircronce In cost of lr«liwork in Ainurlcii and In Iho Unllod Kingitora, It Ih iiimounco.l that a Wuhcr Iniiiplun firm linn puiehaiod fur inantifiiclur inir purpona 10,000 tuna ot slcel Ingols from Amerloi, thua ofluctlug a aavlng uf «8,0C0, Thla Is duo lo tho proloollvo polluy of tU Unllod rit'ilc.
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. POTATOES UP TO £5 PER TON. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
LAUNOESTON PHODDOE MARKET. I'OTATOKS DP TO AS TEIt TON. LAUNOBBTON, Friday.— Buslnoea continues dull in the local produce markot. Fnrmera uru mill busy harvesting, but it id rathor curly yet to Buy what, tho wheat roturna will bu like, Tim hay orupa have turned out f .lily wull. Hnmo nun wheat Is oxpeotcd In tho umrkul liiixt wceli, and tho price for old la now 4/2 ut country stations, nnd 1/3 In the city. Oats do dot show nny obango, Uutitir Ib flriuei In price owing to auppllcs falling oft*. 1'rlc.a nru :— Icicle prints, l/i bulk, 1M to Hid 1 separator, lOd to 1 id | iluiry, 8il t.) (14.1 1 rnn»nri!OBBlorninlnroworth ll)d. UiinlilaousleiiiUU/lO/aud tUa unwwltl toon ho lu thn innrkul. Oivlng tu tho dry nualher thuru Is 11 soarulty nf potatoes whloh Imvu advanced, prices now lining 4 1/10/ to £B per ton, and 7/ to 8/ por ling. Tho dry season has (innm.il the small fruits to go all iiiuoh enrllur tliiui usual, Thero la n guod iloinanil for raspbotrli's and ourranta which cau ouly ho ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
ittASONS WHY OIIAMBKIILAIN'S jBIilO, OIIOI-IIIIA AND DIAUUHOEA |j MSMKDY IB TUB DUST. L! Uocauso It nltorda alniOBt Inatnnt relief feiio of pain in the atomaoh, collo and Bcra morbus. H llccaiuo It la tho only remedy that never Is In tho roost aovoro caioi of dyacntery Udlarrhoca, i Docaiiao It in tho only romody that will I ohronlo diarrhoea. jl llecnuso It ia tho only remedy that will Tent bllloua collo. Vjllccauao It Ib tho only reraody that will eicnldomlcal dysentery, Ullocauao It Ib tho only romody that can f»ya bo depended upon lu canes of oliolcra utura. J_JJccanao It la tho moat prompt and most iblo mcdlclno In uao for bowel com 1 llccauao It produce! no bad results. llcoauio It la pleasant and imCe to take ). DccHUflo It lias saved Iho live* of mom -lo than any other moillclnu In the world, ?alo by nil doalora, IlATTON AND LAWB ?nl Agoatt.
A Queensland Murder. AT COBB AND CO.'S STAGE [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
A. Queensland Murder. AT OOtlll AND OO.'S STAUE, I llminANK, Tburaday.— A ca-o of suppofod 'junior has been discovered at Mlildlo Creek, 1 lieto Cobb and Co.'s mnll changes, SO mllca li -m Ohnrluvlllo, on tho Ailsjvn.lo-ro.nl, in thu 1 cslern Country. Tho bo.ly of n well i (»icd man wja found by n traveller A vercd over with heaps of bought from a So, whleli, apparently, had been fello.l to I tho boughi) to hide tlio crlmo. The body VkB In an advanced utito of decompualtlon, living boon dead about Ihreo or four months' KKlll.ANn on HiiITAIN.— Tlio foll'iwlni; la :bu text of tho Scottish petition to tho Q icon -ntcitlnit ngalnat tlio mo of ' Knglnnd ' mil 'Kogllnh' ns applied to tho United itngdom:— 'This petition to Her Majesty, ihk-h has been befoTo this KcoUish publlo it slgnaturo ilurlng ecveml months, la now lanlly closed, nnd hits been fornrarilud to ,oril llnlfour ot UuvUinh, tha Kccrctniy for JDOtlnnd, for prciienlatlon to tho Queen. It u a total signatory ot 101,017 immca of...
Separator Skim Milk For Calves. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 15 January 1898
Se|iurator Skim Milk For Calves. The Iowa Experiment Station has con ducted three careful cxpoilmonti la tali ing calves on skim milk aB It comes from the separator. A few ycirs ago the prevailing system in tho WeBt was to allow the call to follow tho cow nnd take all (he milk, Since then creameries hare been started all over the West. The result is Hint the milk hw been used for buttcr-maklng, nnd tho coir baa liccomo too valuable lo serve as a mete wet-nurse fur the calf. Dairying consist! In tnklnK the f»t out ot tho milk, us batter. WbcM butter can bo msdo successfully, whole milk h too opcnslvo for calf-feeding. Tbu piublcm has been to find some cheap tat that can be added to the skim milk, to Hint thu calf may secure a balanced ration' Knthcr than feed tho calf on akim milk and n cheaper fnt, many Western farmers Aban doned cnlf railing. Tlm recent ndvances in prices nt young stock, however, hai shown them lha necessity ot finding some cheap siilxtltute fur butler fat. Tho Iow...