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CIRCULAR HEAD PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 29 January 1898
CIRCULAR HEAD PRODUCE MARKET. CIRCULAR HEAD, Friday,— About 850 bags of potatoes were shippod by the Tekapo &nbsp; yesterday. There will be little business transacted until Monday, when the market will again open for shipment by next Sydney bond. The late rain, though not nearly enough, has greatly benefited the potato crop. For harvesting, the present weather cannot be beaten, and the sample of grain will be nice and bright. There is a consider- able increase in the area of wheat this season over last. Breheney Bros, have 60 acres and H. C. M, Medwin about 40, King Bros 70; &nbsp; besides many others. Farmers are all taking &nbsp; to grow a little wheat, if it is only sufficient for gristing for their own consumption. The dry weather is unfavorable to graziers, but they cannot complain, having done, and likely to do remarkably well.
EAST WELLINGTON PREMIERSHIP FREE YEOMEN V. PENGUIN. ONE INNINGS VICTORY FOR FREE YKOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898
HAST WHLLINQTON PRUMIICRSIIIP FREE YEOMEN V. PUNQUIN. ONE INNINOS VICTORY FOR FUICE YKOMEN. 'i'enma representing Free Yiomcu nnd Pen guln m.-t uii tlio gMimil of thu former club on Snturdny utlcmoon, a plcasnnt game, resullliiK In 1, win (or Ihu homo team by an Innings and 111 runs Pongulii scored 20 nnd fill, Join-* bulng responsible for !W (not out) of the hitter. Fico Ycomon icored 122, (I. (lido I!', II. data 110 (not out), mid H.Cmvcll lObHug thu chief cimirlbuiors. In bowling for Yeomen, II Coivoll cariicl off thn honors with 5 for 8 mill li tor ID, II. Uale coming ncjt with 6 for 11 Mid !) for 111. Jones and 0, Taylor look 4 wlckotn each for Fenguln. Tie visitors neio short b uuU-d and had to enlist tho lervicca of two HubstiiutcH, How ever, they bad a pleasant time, tbu Yeomen hoapllably making auiends for thu beating. Scores : — Pesouis— First innings. A, Hales, c Punrcc, b Cowull ? 0 0, EdwariU, b Oak- ? 8 O.Taylor, st Harrison, b Onlo ? !l W. II. Jonc, bOalo ? 2 E. Tuylor...
Brookside Bacon Factory Co. [?] DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898
Bioolisiilo Uaeoii Factory Co. IVIDEND DECLARED. , ordinary goneial mcollnR cf was held ut the Ilumiu Town day nftoruoon, Mr T, llildcr IibI for Iho unavoldablo nUonca na'i of directors) prcildcd, nnd 0; other shareholders preacut. jity having load tho advcrtlie (Ing tbo mcillng, and tho mln tit general meeting hnvlng hoen aflrmed, the directors' rcpoitnud itjwerosubmltled for cousldorn Ms' report stated that ?— ily of pigs for Iho year dots not Saber vecelvoil last year by over |h the company hnvo bo;n pay pilco they have iiotbecn formuutu jet half Ilia number of phjs to meet tho domnnds for b.icon. V,oft la tha supply being cau. d ihli;'i prlco of pig feed, bill, not t,' thu company bnpo maila a ?jAftcr providing for wear and p»5 nnd writing oil n portion of l.ry expenses, a balauco rcmulua t'i;84/8/7, wlileh your directors. rtn be dlstilliutcd ns a 10 per 'ad to Ebareholilcrson tho pald-np irovldo for Incomo Tax nnd carry 0. balance. This, your dlrectois I bo to tho bent ditercsi...
[?] Institute. STORY BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898
irn.lo imiiUitc, tJTOUY IIALANOIII SHKET, il meollng of tho Inilltulo win nyoonlna, Thorn win 11 largo kit A, K.OUnpiniw jircslillna. iili ii-aounl Is ot n vmy sitlofao. Irprcprceonllngnmnri) flourishing .Iri than ha. prevailed In any (, 'liioycar oomuioni-cil with a 10 ol ttlll/K/S, tho ordlniiry rovo i/ir.,'1, and Iho procceiU of Urn itiliiniunlH for llm year woto tlnu n tolal of «H8|0/. Tlio UK MpunMM wcro i'HU/o/lli, loav. ?o uf HWVM2. Of this latlcr As lianslorrcd lo tha trustee* tcOKimt of tho llulldlng H.u-ii.ly, icmalns In band. In nddl Ilia JB80 nbovi) monllonoil mold by tbo working naanun, 10 pay tho llulldiug So h ( ruwlveil & 121/7/8. Tills r to necuto tho reduclioii of £20 f tlio principal, which Ihu soel kto mako If tho Interest nnd onts art, promptly pnld up. Tlio bolldtng amounts to «USO ns H/fiS lasl yenr, TherJ aro oul .HltlM lo tbo nmouiltnf £li|l2|n ill I hem nro rents duo jU.1),^. 0 sheet, nnd ncciuntB wcro Pay no tendered his irslgnallmi Biyehlp, A volu...
KETCH ELIZA DAVIES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898
KETCH ELIZAlDAVIES, TO TIIK KUITOII, Sir,— In your Issue ot tho 25th Inat you meutlun In your ahlpplug column that my vessel, tlio ' Klltit Uavlea^1 ia owned by Mr Win. Oowper, of Melbourne. This is alto gether Incorrect and mlalcndlng, na Ihu ' Eliza D.ivieB ' la owned by my«elf and lina been during thu lust three ycaia, Mr Cow per IiiivIiik no buiiii.ua trana.icllons ot any kind wlthdier dining that period. Hy kindly collecting tbo abovo Htatuiuent you will greatly oblige. — Yours, etc., Ai.kx M'Lkou (MastorJ, Smlthton, Jail, 28. [Thu Information as to ownership was obtained from Ihu shipping r.glster ut tho Cmioui house. Mr M'LeoUs uaiuo doea nut nppeur except us master. Il he disirea to avoid 111U uke bu should havu thu regibtur correc ted.— lid. E.U.l',]
The Diphtheria Case. MR PAYNE IN EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898
The l-i|-liilieriii Case, Sill I'AVNK IN KXI'IiANATlON. TO THE KDITOII*. Sir,— Well knowing your lovo of jmllco and fair play, I would venture to ask you tu allow mo Bpaco In your valuable paper lo oiler a few words ot explanation In refeicneu to a paragraph which appoaicd In Saturday's issue of tlio ' Times,' concerning tho cn»o of diphtheria which occurred nt my residence, West Durniei First of all I take exception to Iho Blnte ment In tbo paragraph relerrcd to which Bccma lo Imply neglect ; that Ib, lint llio disease had tenched an advanced stago btloro neilBUnce was Bought. Tho facta aro Blmplo enough. Miss Todd relumed from Wynyard on Saturday, tho 22nd, aud up to midday on Tuesday was apparently In her umnil health, In Iho afternoon ihu complained of fooling unwell, and as nhu was bIIII unwell in tbo evening Sirs l'ayno, wllh a friend, ox amlncd her throat, and 113 It appeared to bo louiowhat Inilaraod wo decided to call In Dr ilooke. Ho ciimo immediately on his rnlurn at mldn...
COMMERCIAL. Emy Bay Times Office. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898
C'OiUJlUKC'l.llj. J:'mii llmj 'limn Ofllco, Monday Evening. UualncfB rcinnias stfindy, and wo bnvo no change 10 report lu general liuea. Thu potato rnarliut Is rotting, and tbo cuncut quotation of ti Is uoiuinnl, It will bo teen thut tho' Uydnry pi leu is £7, at which price tlio Ttjkupo'n cargo waa quoted, and ut which Ilijuru it will ruuialil if thu TaBmmilan ship. menta iuu light. Later lu the season nil ail v.uico may bo rcanonably anticipated. liar vtatlugopuriitloniiuro In full awing In this i.nd tlio Cum .llatrlcts, mid reapura nnd binders nru at wjik in all dircetions. The giatu ciopa, 011 tho whole, prumUu sutlsfnc tory yielUB. The potato eropa do not look to well, but ovoii nuw rain would fill them out und gladden the hearts ot gioweri,
LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898
LAUNOESTON SIIAIIE MARKETS. Launcisbtoh, Monday, — Tho sales on 'Oliiingo to-day wore Culobrook, 20/ ; Central do., II Jil j lied Hills, 0/, 6/1, 4/10 I Grout Boulh Lyell, 9d | Oonab, 7/0 7/1,
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. POTATOES, £7 PER TON. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898
SVUNK1* 1'HODOOE SIA11KET, POTATOltS, HI PEll TON. SvDNl'.y, Munday ? MeBara John llrlJgo and O.i., prwiuuu morclnuits, Husaex atreot, h-pnrt this ovonlui! :— I lie mm l.o. opeuod this nfteruoon lit £7 por ton, .11 whloli.pricu tba Tekupo sblpmoiit w,.s quoiod, iiud ihero Is ovuiy pruspoot of this llguto continuing If tbo shlpmoatB aro light,
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898
Miscellaneous. The Danouhsof Unboiled Milk,— An inquest on FranccB Daniels, four years ot age, daughter of Mr J, W. Danlela, of Hhllfai, England, wna held ft low wctka ago, Dcccascil had died from tho effects ot Bomo polBon, nnd tho Inquiry had been adjourned for Mr William Ackroyd, F.I.O., the borough nnalvat, to analyse tho contend of the child's B'onmcli. Mil DanlolB, who wna called, tinted that tho deceased and tho other children, before going to bod on Satur day night, shared between them abont a cup and n half of milk. Tho milk, which bad been twlco dilly supplied to tha house for ? dozen ycnr.4 from oue place, waa kept In I earthenware vessels, nod not placed near a I sink. That which the children drank below I going to bed was not boiled. Mr William I AcyroyJ, tho borough analyst, aaldtbatis I his opinion tho aymptoms and tho poit I mortem pointed to poisoning by tyrotoxlcon, I a characteristic of milk products. It was an I unstablo poUon, and waB destroyed by a I temperatur...
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898
NIIIPI'IAi'di. AlllUVUU. Jan. 2!l— Aiutralla, s?, 159 lonB, W. J, Tali!' 31°— Uo'i»'t™8° 120 tons, W. Holy man, front Lauucc&ton. SAILED, Jan. 29— Australia, ss, 109 tuns, W. J. IloKcra, fur Btraban. Jan. 31— D.irml, es, 120 tons, W, Holy man, for Stnuloy. Tho S3 Australia arrived from Launccston at an caily hour on tiaturday moinlngnnd after taking on board n cargo of produce sho loft for Strahan, arriving thcru at 0 p.m. on Bumljiy. The as Dorset, from I.nunccston, nrrived yestorJay morning and aubicqucntly pro ceeded to Stanley, Tho ketch Ruby, bound from Launceston to Stanley, put into Emu Hay (or a few hours on Sunday,
BRITISH AND FOREIGN MARKETS. London, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898
UHITISII AND l'OHEIQN MARKETS. London, Jan unry 29, English wheat market linn, but little bust ncJH doing. Continental markot atcady. Amoilcaii mnrkcta arc tending upward, Calirornlnu No. I milling for early ship ment quotud nt U7/I) per MOlb, o.l.f. Itussli.n enrgocs, Olilikn, per Btcanicr,37/3 per 11121b, c-l.f, ? London quotation for parcels No. 1 hard Dulutli wheat, 40/(1 per 4801b. Cupper.— Mm ket linu nt £48/17/0 for spot, and £j»/S/ for tlueo months. Lead,— Soft fuiolgn quoted at £12/10/,