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An Old Time Incident. CAPTAIN LLOYD'S ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 29 January 1898
Aii Old lime Incident. OAPlAIN LLOYD'S ESCAPE, Mr Mark Irohind.lho well-known mining manager, ln a recent Issue of tho ' Zeolinn Herald,' gives the following account of Ciptiilu Lloyd's raatvclloua cucapo from drawing In 1878 :— In tho month of May, 1878. about 20 men Aero camped lit «hHlsnowcaUedOld!Jtrahan Mr Chillies Donnelly nnd 12 wages men la the employ of Iho Cleat Western Tin Mining Co. nnd a pnrty that had been working a tin fuctlon nt Hi! :makitk since Ilia Xmaa of '77 ; thu bnlnnco of the pmty were prospectors pnil jurityorc Tlio tiouble was this;— Wo weru afioid to fiieo tho Lake St. Olalr track, on i.cciuiit of I he snow and tho Waratah truck i wo considered tbo rivers fluodiid. There wcro two crafts gono up tho Gordon for pine, so Mr U Donnelly decide I to asml a party of liU men up the Qordon lo try nnd Hit the captain of ono ot tho otalts to bring bi- vessel to Old Slrah:in C»e will call it by that immii although thero was not any .Sinihnn nt that time) nnd tako all ...
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 29 January 1898
S1IU-I»IX(j!. asuit^'iii. ARHIVBD. Jan. 2?— Star, m, 10 toiu, J. Ilolymau, Jau.'a7— (llene'lf, 6«, 210 tone, J. M'Nalr, fr.nu Stwhan. .Inn. 27— Toltnpo, ft, 2,43a tons, II. Bams, from Luunccsion. l'oiaout'ers— 2 Btcoraue, iSAlLKf). Jan. 27— Star. s», 40 tons, J, Holyraan, for Wynymd. Jau. 27— GlenelK, es, 210 torn, J. Sl'Nalr, for Mulb.mnie. Pn-senijen— 2 sioenigo. Jan. 23— Tckapo, »s, 2,4aa tons, U. Sams, for Bydney, Tho hi Tekapn left Lannociton cnrlv nn Weduemky morning bat yrounded in tho Tumur, below tho Ho^n' t.i yroim.l, and did not ini.vu until Hie af ernoon. Kho reached Uiauluy at G a.m. on Thuiaday, took 835 baga |K-Ut w» and 5,liuO Htaves aboard aud leltu^dn nt 8.110 a.m., icuchliig Uuinleat 12.15 p.m. Slie ilUcharitad Mime 300 tons of ruilwuy material and left at !I.!IO a.m. yisler day for Sydney via Uevonpoit, Whil-t the ssAmy Is on Wood's slip, at Devouport, Bho is to undergo a aubstiuillal alteration, us an nildltlon\l 15ft la til be put In nmidnhlps, the hull being c...
THE DOCTOR'S PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 29 January 1898
TIIK DOOrOllS' l'KTI'llO.'i. I.auxoimtos, Frldiiy.— At tho coneliulon of tho oniiniry moulhly bnsinefs nt tho meeting ot the Hospital lloald lint evening a Hpcclnl luceting was l.uld to take into coll hl'lcratlon tlio petition prefeiilo.l by eight doctors who are member* of the l.nuiicejt .n Ilranch of Ihu 1lriLIi.li Meillcnl Assoeia'loii R,klng, lu view a tho nppionching chang.iln tho medical i-luff of thu hos|iital,tlml In pl.ico of thu piciont iirmnisninont nn hunamry slnir Bh'iuhl bo appointed consisting of tlireo physlolar.san.1 thieu surgeons, and, If thought uecessoiy, ono or moiu of Iheao might be np p ilnted to havo chargo of tpeoiul depart incuts. Thcsn would tal:e el. it;;.) of nud de vote a definite portloo of their timo to the servlcoot tho hosplul, tho icsldent medical ollleeis hciil-i nppoinUd under their super vision or illrectlun. It vt-ai stated by Iho pctltioneis that the bum liln tlmt would accrue tlio ho.pltal unler this system would b-j vory gtoit. It w.is nrgo...
Better Dairy Cows Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 29 January 1898
1 ? ?letter Dairy Cows Wanted. The following rcmaiks on tbo establish ment at n dairy herd nto Iiom tho ' Farm ers' Advocate,' an Amorlcau agricultural Journal :-' To those who nro about startling a dairy, I nboii'd mlvls-J buying tbo best natives and grades obtstnable.und buy them by lot and open up nn account with each cow a- noon ns puicliaBul. You cim afford to pay much more for a cow thnt will mako HOOlb uf butter than you can for ono making 2001b ? In fact, under ordlnaty conditions tbo former wilt ronka enough butter lo give a profit on her keep, and tbo latter will rn quiro moro oxpeuded on her than sho glvf » In return. To nil who are Interested In tlio dairy at all, whether It bo fow or many cows, tbo only way lo Improve your herd and be reasonably sure you will get whit you nro nftcr, is lo Boloct carefully, weed out, and breed, nnd raise n herd, This can only bo done by using a good mate, from wclbknown milk nnd butler strains, upon your best eows nnp rnliliiK tho female...
Home Testing of Grass Seeds. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 29 January 1898
Home Testing of (JrasH iScCtlH, Iho cirefal fanner nowadays marly nl ways Ii-bU Ho- am mlHilIng power of tliu fniin seeds bo buyp, nnd with tho ccichIh hiiiI laroer bcmI» lid gela an uxact risult by phmt Ing In his pot— or whale-vur inollud lio uses for futciiig— a certain number, mill nutlfliiK tho pio|iortlon which glow. Hut th's he aelilnm does with his urast no Is, n! ho con siders llirin too Btnall, peihnpa, even lo teat at all, bill, ill any rate, too ttnnll to count , and liucoii«(|ticnl)y fcallen with bll h.-iml n sprinkling of each seed, and Is perfectly sat. Islled when ha sees a bravo giowth of little grern accilllnga. He would bo astonished lo llnd with inch n pot, especially lu thocnioof some of tho smaller grass Feeds Ilko the mea dow grnsicii, tho number ot seeds so sown Is so great that If oven a filth of thorn (-row Iho sppoarancn is ovory satisfactory, and so con tents tho farmer, oven though Ibo tOQila may have linen guaranteed to grow 75 par cent and grow only 20...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 29 January 1898
llllMlllttSIl JtOtlcCIII IIUNlllUHH HOtlCU*^ j' :' ~~ '.-^nn.-A WE CAN COLLAR AND CUFF YOU Messrs J.G.STUTTEP& CO,, with any firm in town. I W V .\ V X It I), Wo ,iC(!|| a,,mist 0|- t|l0 (i,,,(!S j,, (j,,,!^,,,,,^,^ i^aslilojari ,S I'Olt KIU'.III'IIUS And IIioho who pay .my regard lo their piusoiiul iipihinriiiica \JM ^ni| tuny bu certain ut finding In our Block the very nrllulo to meet iliolr Individual tin,' ? iS ?J I' VI' II I ? M ?,'linil 1 Vl-« 1'ho intcstnuoilo In NKOK U'KAIt 1« tlm exceedingly haiulsoiuu Htniul- un' -^ -Mr,\M(AI- iUMIUIIAXIS, llown Oollliri wh|oh ,o01l, „„„„ umnimol. am now commencing lo want, Wofefl llCR la anauuncs to thuir nuinoiaut natrons two unu example! lu Urn llnlmoral nnd tlirj l.ondcuboMugh. Ask fut thorn. fVi throughout tho Table Oapn Dlstilct that Only ««Kh«y low '''» '»-* l» tho Tumoil Ootnot Hland-up, represented l,y ti,4M 'tlialtNKWBTOu'llil.now nnynl, tho Gainsborough, tho Wulvutton, tho Ularomonl, Ilia |IIIm«lnyn, ifcfft RopldtO With ...
THE SCRAMBLE FOR CHINA. THE CHINESE LOAN. RUSSIA SIDDING FOR PREFERENCE FRANCE ACTIVELY SUPPORTING. London, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 29 January 1898
THE HCHUIIII.I-; FOll CliiS'A. Till; C.'IIINiiSi: LOAN. KUH.SIA illDDINII l-'illi PIIEFEIIKNL'13 F1IANCK ACTIVKLV SIJI'I'OIITISO. London, J.iiiuniy 2tl, llii«'ln titr-m In m.ku l.'liln.i i. I..... 1 of Jil2,oouuoo u|.on Il11u11cl.1l coiulliloiis tlmil.-ir lolluw-M.lt,.i'l by (lie it llrliiiln. Fllineo acllvcly K.ippulti Hum., in Ibis I miius.I. Vl'count Cm/.jii, M.P., for Wyeiiinlu, In iiildris,lni! n public in-.-ulliiu .it Hollon, sil.l tlieru there wu i-\vry runsou to *npp,no tint Ilrilish iu-1'..tlnti..ns for tho Chinese loan would lu mieciMfiil ; but rjlluiu would not nlti-ct Iho duloriul.iiilio.i of thu ll.ltinh (li.icinmui.t tu uphold tho samu li.'ht of en try to Ohin-?«i! potts ni tint ijr.inled to other