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HOBART STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
HOBART STOCK SALE. Messrs Roberts and Co., Hobart, report under Friday's date:— At the slaughter yards yesterday the yarding was lighter than usual.1 Values throughout were bet ter than Monday's sales. Prime beef made to 80/ per 1001b ; prime mutton, 4d to 3^d per lb ; prime lambs, to 15/6 each ; good, 12/ to 11/; pork, 5fdper lb; mar ket closing firm. Our sales were:— 7 Bteers, from Logan, Bothwell, 7/17/6 to 6/5/ ; 6 do, from Bently, 11/6/ to 7/17/6 ; stag, 8/17/6; 2 cows, do, £6; 5 bullocks, Latrobe, 12/17/6 to £10 ; 1 bullock, Ros ny, £10 ; several cows, various owners, to 8/7/6 ; vealers, 24/ ; . sheep — 75 crossbred eWes, Campania, 17/3 to 14/9 ; 40 lambs, York Plains, 14/8 to 14/; 20 do, North West Bay, 15/6; 80 hoggets, do, 14/ to 13/9; pen light lambs, Acton, 11/6; do, crossorea wetners, i»/ ; ao Merino ewes, from Goodwood, 12/ ; pen do light lambs, 10/9.; porkers, 1/18/0; 20 carcases pork, 5Jd to 5Jd per lb ; several bodies of beef, to 3d per lb. Mr J. W. Abbott, Hobart, r...
LATROBE STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
LATROBE STOCK SALE. Mr Geo. Atkinson reports having held his usual monthly sale at Latrobe on Wednesday. Sales were : — Sow and pigs (10), £7 the lot; 3 sows, 2/2/ each; 2 ditto, 89s each ; 91 cross-bred ewes, 11/6 ; 60 merinos, 6/9; 22 cross-breds, 10/2; 51 ditto, 12/; 30 fat lambs, 11/; 39 .ditto, 10/; 30 ditto, 11/; pen fat ewes, 14/3; pen ditto, 18/9; 585 cross-bred wethers, 14/6 ; 196 fat . cross-bred wethers, 15/ ; 20 store lambs, 7/11 ; 2 rams, 22/ each ; 3 ram lambs, 15/ each ; 3 fat heifers, 6/6/ each ; 2 fat small heifers, £7 lot ; ditto, 8/19/; ditto, 5/10/; ditto, 6/10/ ; pen store cows, 3/10/; pen yearlings, 2/10/; ditto, 3/2/6; 4 bullocks, £41 lot; hack mare, 10/10/; hack, 6/12/6; draught mare, 25/10/; pony, £7; hack, £11 ; cart mare, £18 ; hack, £9 ; yearling bull, 19/.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
Wanted. T\ R E S S M A'K'T, N G.' Wanted— Improvers, J M'KAY, SAMPSON and M'KINLEY, ? Devonport.- ' ' c , Vy A ? N - T - - E D.' Beef ud kuttoa tit ; ?? .IN ANT; QUANTITY. ' DAGLISH and Co.,. -*';...-,. ? ? Spreyton Soap Works, ' J ' ?- 1 ' - . . Spreyton. WANTED by .Elderly Person— SITUA- TION as useful man, to mind horse and trap, look after garden, or. generally use ful about the premises. '.CLKE VE,': office of this paper. WANTED AtOnce-GcneralSERVANT, competent (middle-aged), elderly people. Mrs Hardy, 'Winthorpi,' Don, or Mrs Draeger, West Devonport. WANTED KNOWN.— BKEA D, 2d per 2lb I oaf, delivered at Eaa t or West Devonport. Monthly accounts. W. J.-.LAWLER. WANTED— An Iron WINCBC suitable for slaughtering purposes. ' . , - - F. mCRA BDS, Xatrobe. WANTED KNOWN. — Thafe, JOHN THOMPSON,' West Devonjior t,1 is now making sets of HARNESS .suitable lor- apy work. Order early.' ' xl WANTED— POSTS and KAILS. Apply to ? ' - ; CHEVERTON and FBEEMAN, . . Penguin. , To Builders. .; - ?...
THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. POTATOES SELLING AT £5/5/. NEXT WEEK'S SHIPMENTS. £5/10/ IF CARGOES ARE LIGHT. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. POTATOES SELLING AT £6/6/. NEXT WEEk¥sHIPMENTS.' . £5/10/ IF CARGOES. ARE LIGHT. ..?-.- Sydney, Friday. * Potatoes were selling freely in the Syd ney produce market to-day. Circulars were not quite clear of the market, 5/5/0 being realised for. best samples. Warr nambools sold at £3. . A cargo of New Zealands, just landed, has been sold at £4. Sussex street was very brisk to-dav in all departments. Maize was scarce at 3/9. Oats, New Zealand, sold at 2/, Tasmanian 1/11, second quality 1/9. Blue peas, 8/9 ; grey, 8/4. . Onions realised 3/10/0, and chaff is selling freely at 3/10/0, while lu erne hay is quoted at 8/5/0 to 3/15/0 per ton. Bran is worth 8d, and pollard 8id. If your shipments of potatoes next week are light the market will open at 5/10/0 ; but if otherwise the ruling prices will be £5 and under.. .' ? Sydney, Saturday. Business was practically suspended in the produce market to-day, owing to the usual half -holiday and end of the 'week. Quotatio...
CIRCULAR HEAD PRODUCE MARKET. Stanley, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
- CIRCUIiAR-rHEAD ''PRODUCE-: ? .'_ -...-.. Stanley, Saturday. , Potatoes retatotheir value at 8/10/ and bogs, and although the boa|s for. Sydney have shipped their cargo°es for fthe:.week 'supplies continue to come forward steadily. Peas have declined, the best offer for prune lots being 3/9. Wheat and oats are unchanged. Butter has advanced a penny, and eggs are now at 8d per dozen wholesale. There is a large de mand for pigs; the factory can take as many as 40 per week. There is no in quiry yet for grass seed, and owing to the recent wet weather spoiling the chance of the fallen scrub being burnt local require ments will be;cpnqiiUrably less tfian an ticipated. ' ' , Tho weatherhasntaken up .and. set in warm again.; -'.Threshing ceased on ac count of the recent rain ;' a couple of fine days and the machines will resume work.
N.W. FARMERS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
N.W. FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. The North Western Farmers' Associa tion, Limited, Devonport, report .for the week ending Friday, March 8, as fol lows: — . , ; Potatoes.— Deliveries have been on a moderate scale, and the boats leaving to night will probably take about 12,000 sacks, which will be about as many as Sydney and Queensland markets can stand. Shipments of last week arrived in bad condition, many being spotted, caused no doubt, partly by the long and rough trips made by the boats, but principally through being dug in hot weather and not being closely picked up. Turnips.— Very few are now coming forward, and growers would do well to send along a few each week. Values are a little higher, and will hold so if de liveries are moderate. Wheat. — Threshing is now in full swing and the results in most cases are very satisfactory. Prices in the colony are low, but there will be a moderate export demand, and we are now completing arrangements for shipments to England. Oats.— Values for al...
HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. The following are the ruling prices : — ? New wheat, 2/8; old flour, 7/10/; from mixture of old and new' wheat, 6/10; sharps, 4/10/; bran, 7d; Algerian oats, 1/3 ; white, 1/6; grey peas, 2/9 to 3/ ; tares, 5/6 ; rye, 5/ ; hay, old, 2/5/ to 2/10/; new hay, 27/6 to 80/; chaff, 87/6 per ton ; wheaten straw chaff, 20/ ; straw, wheaten, '20/ to 25/; do., oaten, 88/; hops, 1/8 ; potatoes, 8/10/ to £4 ; onions, 3/10/ per ton ; butter, factory, 1/1 ; sepa rator, 1/; dairy, 8d to 9d ; best fresh, lid ; cheese, 7d to 7Jd, and New Zea land, best factory cheese, 7£d to 7Jd; honey, 4d to 4Jd ; eggs, 9d ; ham, 9d to 10d; bacon, 9d; lard, 7d; strawber ries, 6d per quart; apricots, 9/; grapes, 4d to 6d per lb ; Bon Chretien pears, 5/; peaches, 9/.
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
LAUNCESTON_PJODUCE MARKET. .The latest leading quotations are as follow. :4-Flour, £7 to £7/5/. per ton for stone and ? roller respectively. Milling wheat, 2/3 for prime samples, 2/1 at coun try stations ; fowls' wheat, 2/ ; stout oats, feed, 1/6 to. ! 1/8; Tartarian, 1/8; Al gerian, 1/4 to 1/5; grey peas, 2/9 to 3/; beans, 3/; English barley, 3/6 ; Cape, 2/6; rye, 4/ to 5/ ; tares, 5/ to 7/ ; bran, 7d per bushel; pollard, 9|d; sharps, 8jd; onions, 7/ per cwt ; potatoes, £3 to £4 per ton ;' chaff, £2, bags in, for export. 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/; Unseed,' 2id' to ' 2$d. Prime separator and factory brands butter, 1/1 to 1/2; prime dairy, lOd to 10 Jd; pastry sorts, 8d to 9d; cheese, 6d to 7d; ham, lOd to 1/; bacon, 8}d to 9 Jd ; eggs, 9d ; lard, 6}d ; honey, 5d. Apples, 4/ to 5/ per case ; culinary apples, 3/6 to 4/; pears, 5/ per case; peaches, 3/6 to 4/6 per half case;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
Our baby has been continually troubled With colio and cholera infantum since his birth, and all that we could do for him did not seem to give more than temporary relief, until wo tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Since 'giving that remedy he has not been troublod. We want to givo you this testi monial as an ovidence of our gratitude — not that you need it to advertise your meritorious remedy. — G. M. Law, Kcokuk, Iowa. For sole by all dealers, Hatton and Laws, General Agents. i
Miles of Cigarettes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
Miles of Cigarettes. Taking the population of tho British inlands at tmrly-eight millions, a trade journal assumes that 10 per cent are cigarotte-sniukerB, and thatitbey con sume on an average five a day all the year ronnd. This would give a total of nearly seven thousand millions. The tobacco contained in this number of cigarettes would weigh over nine thousand three hundred tons, and if it were stowed in carts, each carrying a ton, and the carls were marshalled in aline with 20ft for each hone and vehicle, a 'procession would be formed over 35 miles long. It would yield Customs duty amduuting to more than three and n quarter millions of money. .Reckoning ' each cigarette to be 3in'| long, the total length of 7,000,000,000of them would be upward* of 331,000 miles, or more than enough to circle the globe nearly 14 times round. It would make a Hue from here to the moon and nearly half the way back again.
In Self-Defence. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
Ill Self-Defence. At Casileton, in Derbyshire, a young man was recently arrested for kissing a pretty girl, and she was put in the witness-box to give ovidence against him, 'You say' said the attorney, 'that llio young man kissed you against your will f ' ies,: he did, and he dm it a dozen limei, too!'1 'Well, now, is it not true that you also kissed him during the affray P ' Objected to, objection overruled. Now, answer my question,' ' continued the attorney. 'Did you not kiss the defendant also ?' ' Yes, I did,' replied the witness indig nantly, 'but it was iu self-defence.'
Scene in the N.S.W. Assembly. MESSRS COPELAND AND CARROLL AT LOGGERHEADS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
MESSRS COPEEAND -AND CAB . BOLL AT LOGGEBHEADS. ? V, -; ,'?'?'? ?''.'[[?.''?' Sydney, Friday. An extraordinary scene occurred in the Legislative Assembly at an early' hour this morning. MrJ. G. Carroll, the Op position whip, and Mr Henry Copeland quarrelled over the latter protesting against the bill giving State aid to far mers to the extent of £500,000 being in troduced in a session intended only for federal matters. Mr Carroll said the speech just delivered by Mr Copeland showed him up in his true colors as an incapable man. A violent and stirring scene ensued. Mr Copeland, who was greatly excited, threatened to ' twist the nose and wring the neck ' of his. opponent, and at tho some time called him a liar. The Premier, who acted the part of peacemaker, at last succeeded in restoring order, and after having cooled down Mr Carroll apologised to Mr Cope land, also . expressing his regret to the House for the scene.
The Yarra Tragedy. THE LATEST NEWS. THE PRISONERS' DEMEANOR. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
the Yarra Tragedy. THE LATEST NEWS. THE .PRISONERS' DEMEANOR. . . , , Melbourne, Friday. Olga Badalyski, under sentence of death for the murder of Mabel Ambrose, labors under a strong impression that she will be hanged, and has written a farewell letter to her father. Tod is very anxious, and the' suspense is telling on his health. The boys named Logan, who found the boot box in the Yarra, have applied for a share in the rewards offered by the Government.
THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
THE, INQUEST. ? An inquest was held at the Neptune Hotel an Friday, before the coroner, Mr T. Collett, and the following jury: — Messrs^. D. M'Kenna (foreman), T. T. Sullivan, F. S. Denny, C.Benneworth, J. Brown, - Jas. Coventry, and W. J. M'Glade.' Captain C; T. Anthon, brother of de ceased, hotelkeeper, Penguin, gave evi dence of identification.: .. Deceased had been 'staying at his place for about three weeks, enjoying fairly good health. He was subject to fits of apoplexy, and had bad two. Last sawhimaflve at Ulverstone on Tuesday. He had been in the habit of Lathing daily, and seemed to improve in health. vviiiiam juarwooa .tsray, residing wiui his mother at Penguin, stated that on Thursday afternoon he was on the beach. He saw Mr Anthon go into the water at about half -past 4. Deceased was stand; ing in water about up to his knees. He saw deceased fall down and then get up and go out up to about his neck. He then appeared to be swimming, but Ms face was under the water. Witnes...
Drowning Fatality at Penguin. CAPTAIN D. C. ANTHON THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 March 1899
Drowning Fatality at . Penguin. CAPTAIN D. C. ANTHON THE , , : VICTIM. * A sad drowning accident occurred at Penguin on Thursday afternoon last (as briefly reported in last Friday's issue), by which Captain Daniel Christopher Anthon, brother of Captain 0. T. Anthon, pro prietor of the Neptune Hotel, lost his life. Deceased had been staying with his brother for about three weeks, and follow ing his usual custom ho went for a bathe on the beach in front of tho hotel on Thursday afternoon at about half past four o'clock. While in the water he was seized with a fit of apoplexy and, falling forward, expired in a few minutes in full view of some boys who were watching him. For some little time they did not notice that anything was wrong, but as soon as they saw hi3 body floating away they ran for assistance. Mr H. King and Captain J. C. Taylor, who were first on tho scene, secured the body, which was token to the Neptune Hotel and Dr M'Call telephoned for. Deceased, who was 60 years of ag...