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EAST WELLINGTON PREMIERSHIP BURNIE V. ROMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
BAST Wl I.I.INOTON rURMIERSHIF nUHN'lK V. HOMA1NE. Tbo weather being at last favorable, thcie I club.,, eaeh fnlily represented, met on the I local ground on Sntiinbiy, ltomalns batted I Hut nnd tolled up --2, of which Captain I Hnrton obtained just hnlf-.11, tlic only I other iloublo lljuru contilbntor to the total I being A. ll,:nnolt. llnrnlu had no trouble I In pasdng this sonro, the fourth wicket fall- I ing for (ill, the Inning* totalling 111, W, I Evnni'a!l!l beln^ablg lulp. The toltowlnf aro the scores :— llo.MAINi:. K.Hoili.n, enndb Dooley ? 9I L.Hmedley, bStiiiiit ? » ,1. Klithur, b W. Kvans ? « J. Poison, h W. Kviiim ? 1 A. lioniK'tt, li W. Kv»n« ? 10 It. Hill, lbw, b Dnnlry ? ?- J.Saward.bChatwiu ? 1 a.Hi'iinell, bChilwill ? ° A. l)e,ic ? li Dooley ? I T.Tuwnsend, b Chat win ? 3 H. Hnbotham, not out ? 0 amidrles ? ? ? * Total ? 62 Howling— II, Stuart, 11(1 ball*, 13 runs, 1 wlcketj W.Kvans, CO balls, il runs, II wlc kulsj A.Ohanvln.dt lulls, 16 runs, n w c kot»| A. Doole...
Smuggling on the Continent. CURIOUS CONTRIVANCES FOR EVADING DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
.SmusKliiis oil (lie Conti nent. CU11IOU.S CONI'RIVaNCES FOR EV.UJ1NU DUTY. Smugi,'leis on I lie Continent nre develop, lug abuoiuinl nellvlly, detpile thu lutrodllc tluu of iho Uoutgvn rujs, Tho locumoltvu uf a Tournnl-Llllo tr.ilu in. recently ttlr.cl uy iho tanuh Cuitoius ollleinls. L'uiicenliil nuuui Us por ly ' penun ' were found 11,000 cigars nnd 0,000 boiua matcher, tol'.iceu aud culfee, 'ihu engine driver aud siukur liavu both bjeu nrasUd, nnd nru known lo hnvu b.'en coniluetlug a lucratlvu smuggling trade for sumo time. Belgian cigars are wi chrnp Hut ihu temptation to emugglo them lulu Fraiicu Is Irreimlblo. Thu t.uiiii thlnx occuia betweuu llultnud uud llulclmu. Ui.cli clgnrs are even cheaper Ihuu llelglan, mul Uiuiu nru Uuieh pfiH.iuia to-dHy who uru ainaasinu fuituuea by Binuggltiiij cigaia lulo llel^lum, They mu well kuowu lu the lu buceo market, but aru so elovur Hut Iliuy Imvu never yet been ciught. Only a f uw year, ago a clever muug^lluj; tilek Mas discovered ov II...
A Lady Auctioneer. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
A Lady Aiicdoncer, Women have made their way Into n grcal number of the ptofisilons lint for long havi Ucii com-IiIituiI snered lo men, but MIm Ada lUinnuind Is (stys Iho Lundou ' Dally Ohrnnleh. ') ()-o fli.t lady who hns flared I' ascend the rmtrum anil wield the hammci of nn nuclhmt'er. She h»a curried on her nnvil ncciipntlnn for nlno yors, anil In lyhl, llvuly and good-looking as tho Is, alwiivs leaily with pleasant retorts anil good-humored tlm IT, It is not wondcitul Hint i,)n! has met with great micciss. M!«* Ilmnniniiil commt'nccil licr iirutcBiloTml career at the very early iige of 10, with no ollnr Imliihi.t than what, tlm had picked up by vlalls to sal,! roomi. To Iid nn nuctliinecr bud nlwnys been her gruit fancy, ami, in she laughingly reinaiktd, ' There Is aenrooly nny prufetslon where m miichtnlklrii; Is required, S'i It ought lu bo peculiarly Bulled to a woman,' When she applied lu thu Inland Revenuu cilice for a licence llio olllclalr were completely taken nback, h...
Cricket. INTER-ASSOCIATION MATCH. EAST WELLINGTON V. WEST DEVON, WIN FOR EAST WELLINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
tilclii't. 1MTBH.ACS00IATION MATCH, KA8T WIOU.tNaToFv. WKHT DKV0M, WIN FOH KAti? WELLINGTON ' Tennn rcpreaonllng tho nboto niioclatloni I net on the llurnio Oroand jcataday, p|,, I inmraonolng nbout noon. Mr I), A, fti, 1 :i.plnlned tho Welllnglon Tcnra and MrU I rurncr tho visitors. The woMherwaslin0,ihc I .vleket first cl.isn, and somu good cricket w«i I ivllncsfid by iho large number of Bpectnlon I ivho were present. Owing to the good uo*|. I Ing on both Bides tho scores were not «,y I large. Knst Wellington won the match I ,rtornialhor close llnlsh, by U runs. The I visitors wino entertained to luncheon at the I Oolteu Pnlnce. Thu malch was a very friendly I one, and nt Its clueo hcarly chtcra wcro glicn I by Imth teams. The scores were at follow I- I Mabt Wklmkotok,— Flnt Innlnu,, I It. Olnrki', run out ? A ,l,Wubb,«t, bPonraon ? '' r,l A . K. lluril-nn, o O. Plekeil, b Pt.r.on'.' 7 1 A, H.AMerwui.o. I. tlmrtiit, h W, Barrett ll 11 Flank., st. Collins, 1. IVarson 1| W. HvaiiMio...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
i\i',\vs iii Uriel. Sllv. r 2111 ports, Flno wenthor for Iho holiday, Sporti nt Stanley on January 211 Bmuimllmt on tho 0 jiitlii'jnt. Hm 111 fit page, Farm linnd, ablo lo drive, wanted ntHtow part. Ueundvt. Kant Wellington dofoalod West Djvoh nt crlakct yesterday, Tenders Invited for additions' to hoilBo In Ilurnlo. Bcundvt, Mr W, II. Wilson won bis flrat. V.H.O. O.iks wllhlilciiKive, Platldlolls ban lowetod oyollng ono-mllo record lo lmln IOfco. 1,800 lyiihoid cases reported nt Slnldntono Dontha numbered 120. Orient llnom lo call at Mntfolllci on out ward and homeward trips Sir Jnmes Spccrmnu Winter eeleotcd Premier of New Foun.lland. Tammany trliimpb bin Bhnkcn New Yolk Kxchnngoptlcesnit round. Flnbeimnn named Luar, a younu m«n, drowiic.l nt Purtland, Vlotorl.i, Work resumed by recent strikers in tho Duey Wonlwnith mines, N S.W, Furiil'lire can now bu oblalnod at Mr H. J, TbomaK,' Stanley. Hooa Ivl, 211 nasitngera landed by s.s Uiatton from Dlulbmiinent llarnlo on Hunday AdehMe I...
CHAPTER VI. PHILIP VERNERS'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
CHAPTER VI, Philip Vernkus's Stohy, 1 1 don t suppose, said X'lulip Ver ners, as he drained a Inrge glass of brandy, ' I don't suppose that either of von are verv souarniish. I may as well tell you that what I have lo relate ia not much in the moral or virtuous line. I have been a rascal all my days, I think. 1 am a rascal now,1 As he paused at this moment, as though awaiting his listeners' opinion on the point, Mr Sparkle nodded nnd exclaimed : ' Certainly, Philip. But why waste time in telling us stale news? We are nil rascals, eh, Mr. Snapper? Why not? The world Is made up of knaves and fools— lhat is to say, intellect nnd imbecility. I own that I side with intellect. Go on, Philip ?' 1 Well, then,1 continued Philip, 'I provise my story by saying lhat I was horn a devil. 1 inherited this happy disposition from my mother — not tile gill's mother, mark you— she wns my stepmother. But my mother, I think, wns the incarnation of evil, If she had any good point it was in her love for m...
THE LONDON MARKETS. London, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
THK LONDON MAltKKTB, London, November 5, Whcat.-Engllsli market llrm, but little llttlo buslueaA doing. Cunllncnlnl markets tending upwards. Ani»rlcnn markuts show ing general advaner,. Gdlfnrnlnn No 1 mtllinv, for eaily ►hlpment, qunted nt I18/3 por 1001b o.l.f. itiiFninn CHign (Gtilrku) per steamer, !lli/(i per li^'b c.l.f. London iinotn. lions fur parcels No 1 bard Duliilh wheat, now crop, l()/:i nor4V01b. Copper.— Market Hat. Quotations, £47/15/ for spot and £13 fur three mmilhs. Tin.— lluslnoiis quiet, Austiallan quoted at £(1U for spot and £H!l/10/ for threo months, Lead.— Soft forel|jn unaltered, £13/10/, Danish' butter quoted at ill/ per cwt. Uullluu silver I* ipioted at 2/2j per m, a further decline of id.
INTERCOLONIAL PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
INTICUUOI.ONlAIi PllODUOIC HAllKItTS. BvnSBV, Filday.-WhcBtftngnnnt at 1/0. Flour, £12 lo £12/5/ for New South Wales roller | Manitoba, £lil/5/| New Zealand, £1II,U 80 chests Indian pekoo souchong sold at 7.1, Soft whlto Queensland sugar sold lo £1S/1O/| yellow, £1? to £17/10/. Klemes, 5Jd, Hultnuns, 5Jd. CurrnntF, 4|d to 4|d. Dried fruits, firmer all round. Oornsacb, 4/7 to arrlvo. Ilrnn hugs, H/1 on spot, Kcro sonr, 81.1, dull. Fair liu.hi.ss In general produce, Main;, 2/1 to 2/5. Oat», 2/3'. lm ported chaff, £4, lo £4/5/ j oxtrn prlmo £4/10/ 1 medium, jell/,-,/ to £M/I7/(I. Poiatoea new local, £1 1 Oliculam, £3 I Melhourno £2/10/ ; Now Zealand, £1/15/ lo £2/5/, MKt.noniiNt, Friday.— Wheat, 5/:i, Flour, £13/7/(1 to £l!l/10/. AlgetiHIi feed out*, 1/4 to 1/5. Stout white, U1IJ, Chnll, £2/10/ to £!l. Prime green, «ll/in/. llnllnmt potatoes, 45/ lo 60 . Onions, £1:1 to £13/111/.
The Emu Bay Times. Published Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1897. A SENSIBLE PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
Cbe €mti I3ay Cimcs. J'ablhlu-d Xterij 7'«™My, Thnmlas, ami Sat unlay. rvjJSUAi', xovi:mju:h a, tmr. A SUXSntl-K T'ltOl'OSAI,, Onk iilin.«u (if tin; llmlgi't Slicocli ro criilly di'livi'i'i'il liy tlio TrcnRiirur, tlm tk'lmlo mi ivliii'li commences in tlio Hoiiso of Assi'tnlily lii-nigltt, «li»tilil ciilntni'inl itself to very licnrty genernl n|i]irnrnl. .Sir Philip I'yfli I'ongrntii lntes himself nnd tho round'}' upon hnv ing ]mrtwl i'nni]iuiiy with tlio monoto lHiusly recurring dullcit? of the 'ciirsoil ilrift' I'lincli, mid upon linviug entcra! on tho succeasive surplus period, Thus, to follow his declared surplus of £-47, 702 for 1890, ho nnliclpntcs n surplus for 1807 of £50,145, nnd though tlio figures niny not work out oxnetly, still thnt there will lie n liniidsomo surplus on tho right fide of tlio ledger is n cer tainty. To wlmt extent (ho Govern ment policy, und to what extent West Const mining development h responsible, for this fortminte outcome, wo do not nt present pro...
HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
iiouabt ruouuon maukkt, ftiturdny's » Mercury' reports tho follovf nu tullnil pliers I — I'fonr, lino, lo £12/10/ 1 iccomls, All, Wheat, 4/11. llraii, 11.1. BharpF, £0, Oats, 2/3, Capo barley, 2(0, Orey pons, 0/(1. Tares, II/. liny, £1. Ohiilt, £4/10/ to *l/ll/| whoateii straw ehnff, £2/10/1 oaten sluuv chaff, £2/Ui/ lo £11. Hops, firm ut 1/. Potatoes, £2/11/ tu £2/lS/ for old | new. 8/ to 11/ per cwt. Hwalci, 2n/ to 110/. Onioiii', 20/ por owt, III great do- - maud, llhubarb, 11/ per iIokoii bundles. aon»cbeirles,r-/porbtuhc.l. liya, 5/11. Fresh butler, 10,1 | hi'hl firih, 1/ ; Imported, 1/1 | cream ni'parator, 1/ Ohense, 11.1 to 7d. Honey, II, Hi. 1.1. Kutti, W lo lOd. Hams, 8d lo Oil. llacon, 7d to 7Jd, Iitnl, 7d. Apples, J/ to 5/(1 per bushel enso.
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
LAUKOKHTON PHODUOB MARKBT. The bitcst leading quotatlnna nro itn fol low :— Flour, roller, £11/10/ pur torsi stone, £11, or 23/ to 22/ per bag restiootiralj. Mill. Ing wheat, 1/10 for good old samples, to I/U for Bccoud grade) fowls' wheat, 0/11 to 1/ 1 screenings, 11/ ; oats, for feed, 2/2 to 2/4 i for seed, 2/0 i Algerians, 2/11 lo 2/0 1 Tariarlans, 2/a | grey pens, n/l) for hand-llireshcd j niacblne, ft/4 1 bluo peas. 1/ to 4/3 | whlta peas, 11/0 i Leans, 0/ i Kngilsh barloy, I/I) ; Oapo, 4/ 1 rye, 2/11 to 4/ ', tares, 4/ to 4/(1 ; bran, 'id I pollard, 1/ j ?Imrps, 1/1 ; onlonn, 2.1 pur Hi. I'ota to»,oid,£!t/iri/ to£4/ri/. cimn, «!i/ir,/ toei/e/ In Lnuuccston i cow chair, US, bags in | hay, £2/15/ to Ail nt staeli ; straw lti to 17/0. Urass needs, lSngllub, B/ to 0/0 1 Italian, 0/11 to 4|u | soft grass, It a to 4/ 1 cocUntuot, 7/ to 7/0 j clover white, 1 I prairie, n/8 to 0/ 1 lln sen), 21-I to 2|d. Prlmo separator Rnd lao lory brands butter snldal lljd | other qnalU tics, 10|d t...
JOHN HORTON'S WARD. CHAPTER V. PHILIP VERNERS [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
jghi jio^roi'p WAHp. DY OROSVENOR BUNSTER, ' lUUtAv ol'Mftvlt Voltnn, Tim llnvll's IVH'o, SIcilsl one's lie v-U.'-m!, 'J'alfM ol' tJrliinss mill 'i'rlals, i;l-'.. cle. CHAPTER V. Philip Veknkha Iilr. hparklc walked rapidly from tlie Rose nnd Thorn ' in Ilia direction o( ichmoiul, evidently considerably ex ted, Now nnd then lie cave a low Iiisllo, which wns one of his pcculiarl ca when moved by surprise or any [jecinl Interest, He crossed the bridge to Church Ircct, passed Brid[;cruad, nnd made ar nn ubsenre street on the Hat, He nocked at iho door of a humble otlage, It was answered by a young ,'otnan, neatly but pootly dressed, in yIiosc face was lo be read that anxious arcwoin look which, in women evdti i-orse then men, tells the gravo story )f poverty and struggle. ' Is he in ?' said Seattle, nnd she loddcd, and led the way to an inner room. Mr, Spaiklc entered with ihc gesture of one accustomed to visit tho imise, and beheld Iwo men sealed on either side of a table, playing card...
FIFTY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
FIFTH DAY. MKMIOUIIXK, Filday.— Tho Camlval was brought lo a elusu this afternoon, when tho llnnl boat tot tho £200 Handicap Chop and tho lionbaik Chop wolu decided. Ucncrnl legret was expressed that Mr Nlchola, tho maungrr, had been compelled to leave for Ta-nmnla yesterday, owing to tho receipt of news that hit wlfo was lerlouBly 111. There was n poor attendance, and In thin respcat tho venture must bu regarded na a very greut failure. Vlctoilans havu not aa yot taken to thin kind of spoil, and thu prevalence of race meetings Is a very successful form of opposition, It is probiblo, therefore, that prlzo-wlnnc» will Unit their respective amounts considerably ourtulled, The great fenturo of tho gathering has been thu chop ping of lien M'Kcnnn, who won tho Handi cap, after a dond heat with M. 1C, Allen, who also showed good form. Details of lo'duy's events |— Sheffield Handicap— final Heat— J. CliUWcoii', lU2yii», li W. Mumy, UOlydi, 3 j J.J.O'Oonnell, 2(iyda, n, Time— llseo, Handica...
FOURTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
FOURTH DAY. MkUiouiink, Thursday. — Theie was not a veiy huge allrndance nt Iho Carnival yes It iday afteinoon. Tho programme Included pilziMfor Iheh'.'st pipers and highland Iling ilnneulH, which caused a good deal of Intete.t. especially Iheilarclni:, In which two young ladles from Now Mjulh Wales took part. Tho proceedings cuninioncril with IIandicai-Sawixk Match,. 'I pilz-.s, for wldeh only time .tatted,. I. Pottltt winning easily fiom J. Moore ami A. Qoold, IIandicai- I1ni)i:iuianh Choi-, Ift 8ln girth. *S0, £2:., «10, «7, tt,IH. Firtt Heat li. Alll-on, Vie., 20hco ? 1 L. A. Haidwlck, 1,'nco ? 2 C. W. Site, SOaec ? .1 li alaited. f-'econd Hint J. Ilnnic, flO-icc ? 1 II. Mitchell, ISsoc ? a T. llcevts, 15sco ? il 7 staited. Time— lmln Msec. Third Heat I). .1. Manson, SOscc ? 1 O. Watl, 25.iec ? 2 J. M, Maekinolty, scratch ... 3 7 slnrled, Tlme-2mln lOtec. Final Heat II. Mitchell ? 1 J. M.Macklnoliy ? 2 T. Itccra. ... ? II H.AIIhun ? 4 1IEHT Pll-F.lt (in Highland Costumo). £1), £...
United Australasian Axemen's Association. CARNIVAL IN MELBOURNE. THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
lulled Austialasiuii A.U'iiwii's AssocltiiMoii, OAUNIV.M, IN MKMlOUIIMEi, tiiiiuTday. (From our Spoctat Hoporlor.i iMi:i.nauiiNi:, Wndmalay,— L»»l night llm Oirnlvalwaiconllniicil In tho ICihlbltlon (/rniinds, which wcro well Illuminated by eloctrlo light, Thu ntlcndaneu was Ihu largest that has yet been pituent, nnd Iho proijiniiimo wan got through very auooen. fully, aeiicrnl regret wns uxptcsMl whon It b'cnino known that W. II. OIilIIIo, Iho well known axeman, of Ddornlnc, had mot wllh n sovcro aculdont In tho mmnliig, nearly cutting ono of his big Iocs off while trimming bioekf, thui liicnpncltntliig him from Inking nny further pait In the proceedings Tho programme commenced wllh tho Maiiiun IUniiicap Choi1,— 4(t clrlh blocks en, £.1, itl. First H™t.— T. Petlll, r.noc, 1 j 0. M'l'hor ►on, seiutuli, 2, 10 stniled. Time— 1 mln .Second Itt-nl. — II. M'Kounn, 10-eo 1 i II. Ilawkllw, Vlo., ISieo, 2, 10 United, Tlnm — I min ll0i.ee. Thlnl Hcat-J. Tmnn»lnl, Vlo., scralch, 1 i I. Llnnnn...
Parliament. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
l'lulhiinviit. KBIUAV, NOVKMBEU5, In tho Legislative Council— Thu Chief Secretary obtnlncd leave to postpone tho bustni'M on the. notice papct until Friday next, whon lie Intimated a fur ther adjournment would ho made until the following Tuesday, and Iho work of the Houio would bo commenced In cnrnesl, A Bill to Amend Iho Klecloml Act, 18'Jli, sent up fiom Iho Assembly, wns rend a llrst lime. Tho Chief Secretary gave nollco to move, on NovcmhiT 111, for leave to bilng In a bill to furl her nincnd tho Ccfcnco Act 18S:- Alto a hill to consolidate nnd amend tuo law relating to Iho examination of an J granting of ccrtftlcntcH of competency lo penons Intending lo act us inajteif, males or englnci'ia on board BrltlBh *l'l|-'. In Ihu 11,-iiso of Assembly,— The Premier Inllmut.'il that thu position ot Ageiil-Ucneral luul been extended for another year to Sir West by Peiccval, from September '-0 lust. Mr Bird moved for the return of n deposit of £1,000 inado by tho Australasian nights Pnicli...
"My Blessing is with the proprietors." THE HEARTFELT REMARK OF A LADY CURED OF RHEUMATISM OF FOURTEEN YEARS STANDING BY DR WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 9 November 1897
'Mly l»!( ssinj; is With The l»io|iric(ors.' THE IIKAUTFKLT UKMAIIK OF A LAIiY CUItF.D OF UHHUMAT1S.M OF FOUIITKICN YKAIt.S' STANDINO BY 1)11 WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS l'Olt PALK PKOPLK. (Fiom tho ' National Advoenle,' llalhuret) Mis Kinny.n lmly ninv 02 years of nfio rihldes wllh her son at Iho comer of ltum-ll mid William MrioK, Baihuisl. Having heard that a marvellous cum had, through tho medium of tho worhl-renowed Dr. Wlllhiins' Pink Pills for Pale People, re cently been eltected In her own enso, n re porter from tho 'National Advocatu' waa hastily despatched to elicit details. Her story Isanlnteiesllns one, and Mrs Kenny was quite nnxlous to give It publicity, so that sulTorcra might benefit by her experi ence. We will give Iho enso exactly as slated :— ' My name Is Aiuilln Kelly. 1 am n widow, Riid live wllh my two soub here. For the last 14 years I havo been a Miflercr f inm chronic rheumatism, nnd the pains I havo suffered defy do.-crlption, I llrst con tracted this frightfully ...