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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
Special Advertisements. J. D. II el I ewe 11,, DENTIST, May be Consulted at Devonport, Tuesdays, at Laurence's, Chemist, 1.30 to 4.30. Forth.— At Gardiner's Hotel on Wednesday before first Thursday.! to 4.30. Ulverstone, at Lawson's Hotel, Friday follow ing First and Third Thursdays in each month, 1 to 4.30. . ? ? . Sheffield, last Thnrsday in month, at Wilsons Hotel. Dentistry in all its liaaclies. [A. CARD.] — - A. 'and S. Luttrell, ARCHITECTS, ESPLANADE, WEST DEVONPORT, Nearly opposite Railway Stationr A. W. BIRCHALL AND SONS, LAUNCESTON. The 1S99 Guinea Atlas. Messrs George Newnes and Co. , have brought out a Splendid Atlas, which they have named 'The Citizens' -Atlas.' This Atlas illustrates all the' Geographical Ques tions of the day— Cuba and the Philippines, the Chinese Question, -the Nile and the Sou dan Campaign, Klondike, Rhodesia and the Zambesi, the Farthest North and the South Polar regions. With specially arranged index. The maps are folded and mounted on linen guards...
Cricket. ULVEBSTONE V. FORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
??,'.. Cricket. ? .'?? i ?. .-.?? . . ? t ULVERSTONE V. FORTH. ? , A match was played at Forth on Satur day between Ulverstone and a local team, resulting in a draw. Ulverstone went in first and. scored 255, and when stumps were drawn Forth had lost five 'wickets for 48. .Scores :— . . ? ? UliVEESTONE. .'-. ', \, E. C. Champion, b'Hall ... '.;..-. 2 G. Close, c Solomon, b Walker , ... ;69 C. Massey, e Traill, b Hall ..^ ... 6 A. C. Curtis, c Traill ... ..; ... 1 W. Barratt, c Solomon, b Walker ... :65 C. Pickett, c Walker, b Hall ... ' 8 H. Jordan, c Walker, b Hall ... 50 T. Richards, c Walker, b Walker ... '? 35 H. Cronswick, c Traill, .b Hall .... 1 H. Pearl, c Collings, b Hall ... ... ' 3 Sundries ... : . ... .?;.?... ... 15 Total... '-?'??'.'..'? ... ...255 ? Foeth. : . .- j ': W. G. Walker, b Curtis ? |14 — Traill, c Richards, b Piekett . .-.. 9 L. Pickett, b Curtis ... ... ... 0. A. Smith, b Richards... .... ...'14 W. Hall, c Curtis, b Barratt... ... il — Vertigan, not out ......
HOBART STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
HOBART STOCK SALES. The following sales were effected at the Hobart slaughteryards on Thursday after noon: By Roberts and Co: 8 cattle, 7/7/6 to 5/2/6; 1 calf, 28/6; 18 lambs, 13/9; 10 ditto, 11/ to 10/9 ; 5 ditto, 8/3; 1 ditto, 11/ ; 4 pigs, 37/ to 31/6 ; 3 lambs, 11/3; 1 cow, 8/17/6; 1 cattle, 3/12/6; 1 heifer, 3/10/ ; 2 cows, £5 to JE6. By J. W. Abbot: 8 cattle, 4/2/6 to 6/2/6; 3 ditto, 5/10/; 2 calves, 17/ to 33/6; 80 sheep, 14/6 to 14/ ; 23 ditto, 12/6 to 10/ ; 17 lambs, 19/ to 11/ ; 80 sheep, 8/6 to 9/ ; 2 pigs, 21/6 to 38/; carcase pork, 5£d; 2 cows, 5/7/6 to £i; carcase beef, 2|dto 2}d. By Westbrook Bros.: 8 cattle, 5/7/6 to 7/7/6. .
A Liliputian Monarchy. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
A Li lipntian Monarchy, ? :'.'., jhere is a tract. of mountain and vale lying between Austria and Switzerland, near the stony bed of the Rhine, which form a sovereign principality} reigned over by a prince who finds a place in the Almanaeh de Gotha — that register -of the high and mighty of Europe— at the side of^the- Queen of England,' the Tsar, and the Emperors of Austria and Germany. John II. Maria Francis Plac'ide, reigning Prince (Fnrst) of Liechtenstein and Duke of Trappau and Jagendorf wields his scep tre over about 60 square miles of territory, of ?which Vaduz, a good-sized village, is the capital. Her constitution dates from 1862 (says a writer in the February num ber of the 'Windsor Magazine '), and was amended and much improved in 1878. Her present connection ^ with Austro-Hungary dates - from 1852, i which, year she entered into accustoms and postal onion with -her neighbor. Austria supplies the Custom-house offici als and collects the duties on goods enter 0 ing Liechte...
TEKAPO'S LAUNCESTON CARGO. Launceston, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
TEKAPO'S LAUNCESTON.CARGO. . Launceston, Friday. The ss Tekapo left for Sydney early this morning via N.W. Coast with one of the largest cargoes shipped from Launces ton for some time. The- principal items wore : 3,512 sacks oats, 280 tons silver ore, 86 flitches bacon, 32 blackwood boards, 22 tons straw, 30 tons tin, 200 tons bark; 10 tons potatoes, 226 ess fruit, 30 tons chaff.
What Parnell Did. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
What Painell Did. MrJarnell was 30 years of age when he first went into Parliament, and he died at 45. He disorganised the House af Com mons.; reversed the traditional relations of the races by making Englishmen furious while he remained calm ; wrested all con stitutional forms to revolutional ends; made. -Ireland ungovernable- except by ?. himself;; .extorted more valuable concessions ; than .Ireland submissive wuiuu ever., iiuve.. .receivea; -. para^ lysed the.. great Liberal majority of 1880 ; overthrew Mr Gladstone's Govern ment, put Lord Salisbury and the Con serv&ties into power, and persuaded the Constitutional party to use remarkably civil language towards treasonable agitators; threw the Irish vote in Great Britain for the first time against the Liberal party ; attained the balance of power at the general election; was^for a movement the Warwick of the Empire; forced Mr Gladstone to'capitulate ; placed Mr Gladstone again in power ; saw a bill that, would have made h...
ULVERSTONE PRODUCE MARKET. Ulverstone, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
ULVERSTONE PRODUCE MARKET. Ulverstone, Saturday. Potatoes are quoted to-day from 30/ to 35/, some buyers declining to go above the first figure. Other quotations are Cr oats and wheat, unchanged ; palings,' 5ft 6/6, 6ft 9/ to 9/6 ; bacon, scarce ; eggs and butter, unchanged ; honey, wanted, none offering. ,
THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. OUR SPECIAL REPORT. THIS WEEK'S SHIPMENTS. POTATOES EXPECTED TO OPEN AT 8/10/. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
THE SYDNEY. PEODUCE MARKET. 'OUB SPECIAL BEPOBT. THIS WEEK'S SHIPMENTS. POTATOES EXPECTED TO OPEN . ... AT 3/10/. Svdnev, Fridav. From all appearances there will prob ably be about 2,000 bags of Circular Head potatoes over for next week. Some few holders to-day asked 3/15/ for the tuber, but the general price was ' £3, whilst off colors and those in bad con dition sold on their, merits at much lower prates. Chaff is slightly easier, the quo tation being 3/5/ to 3/10/ for local; Tas manian, 2/12/6. Maize is in good request at 3/ to 3/3. Oats, primest New Zealand, 2/2 ; good, 1/11. Oaten hay and lucerne sold well at auction at late rates. Bran, 8}d; pollaid, 9d. It is expected that Monday's opening price for potatoes will be 8/10/.; , . Sydney, Saturday. Quotations to-day are nominally with out change. If your shipments next week are not heavy I expect this week's prices will continue to rule. .
CIRCULAR HEAD PRODUCE MARKET. Stanley, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
CIRCULAR HEAD. PRODUCE ' ? ' MARKET. . Stanley, Friday. The potato market opened on Wednes day at 40/ and decidedly flat, but this did not affect the deliveries, which were un usually heavy. Most of tho loads had, however, been bought in advance before the slump at 50/, but few farmers having to take the lower figure. Yesterday 35/ and 30/ were the best offers. ? It was the busiest day this season', and it is doubtful if the wharf will present more bustle and activity in the height of the season. There is nothing to report in other lines. ? Ten fine fat pigs were landed off the Glaucus for the local bacon factory. There is evidently something wrong when a large district nice Circular Head, given principally to agriculture, cannot supply enough pork for one factory. \ '?.???'
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
News in Brief. Breach of promise action commenced in Melbourne in which Bertha Dingy, a young lady of very prepossessing appear ance, claims JE2.000 damages. Defendant is Arthur F. B. Hull, a member of the Tasmanian bar, well-known at Hobart. Frederick SI'Douald, aged 22, son. of Mr J. J. M'Donold, inspector of teloffraphs, drowned at Brown's River, near Hobart, while on a fishing excursion. Boat was swamped, and deceased, being unable to swim, was drowned. . South Australian Agent-General has de livered an address on Federation before the Royal Colonial Instiute.. Sir Philip Fysh, among others, also spoke on the subject. . ' Ward and Williams, escapees from Ho bart gaol, have not yet been recaptured. Agitation for water supply at Penguin. Proposed to obtain supply from Myrtle Creek. 'Details to be placed before a meeting of ratepayers to be held shortly. A bailiff at Hobart for overcharging was ordered by Mr Shaw, P.M., to pay treble the amount. An American Copper Trust, with an im...
Road Trusts. TABLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
Road Trusts. TARLETON. The adjourned monthly meeting of the. Tarleton Road Trust was held at Mr J. Tuxworth's ^residence, Barrington, on Thursday afternoon. Present: Messrs J. Acklin (chairman), D. Cocker, E. Smith, andE. Keep. ? .''-;? The inspector reported having visited the work at Bingham's Hill and found mat same naa oeen done m a very satis factory manner. ? : ,Mr Cocker said he had had the. .£17. voted by tho trust expended at the Sisters Rocks on the Esplanade road. '?'.'.? Re deviation on Kent's track, the secre tary reported that ? matters in connection therewith were settled. ' . ? ??.' Mr Cocker said that he had arranged with Mr Bound to take charge of the watering trough. : A letter was read from W. and D. Atwell, of Nook, stating that. Mr' Brian had blocked tho road leading to then? land, and asking that tho trust' clear the road. The secretary was requested to acknow ledge the letter, and also write Mr Briaii re the matter. ?? ? ' '? ?.'?;. - W. Butler's tender for c...
How London Grows. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
How London Grows. An interesting sketch of the growth of London within the last 50 years, and its probable future development, was given at tho Surveyor's Institution, by Mr Robert Vigers in his presidential address. : - ' The population and number of inhabited houses within the administrative county of London had risen as follows : — 1851. . 1891. Population .... 2,368,274 4,232,118 Houses ? 806,064 548,315 This showed a population of 56 persons' to the acre and 7.64 persons per house. : In considering the problem as to how to provide a population, increasing at the rate of about half a million in ten years, with proper means of internal communication, Mr Vigers saiclthat an enormous expendi ture would have to be incurred in further widening streets like Oiford-street, Hoi born, the Strand, Fleet-street, and Lud gate Hill, which were originally laid out for a population one-tenth the present size. — ' Daily Mail.'
STANLEY RACES. Stanley, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 March 1899
STANLEY RACES. Rtnnlnv. Fridav. Tho annual races in connection with tho Stanley Turf Club were held to-day, and passed off most successfully. The follow ? ing wcro tho results :— Hardlo Race : Harvester, 9.0, 1; Eucal, 10.0, 2 ; Euterpe, 9.6, 3. ? Trial Stakes : Pluto 1, Dolly 2. St. Patrick's Handicap : Etoile, 7.7, 1 ; Colebrook, 7.12, 2; Euterpe, 7.9, 3. District Plate : Monarch 1, Sports man 2, Green Sleeves 3. Stanley Handicap: Eucal, 8.5, 1: Hare . field, 9.7, 2 ; Pluto, 7.10, 8. Flying Handicap : Etoile, 7.7, 1 ; Cole brook, 7.8, 2 ; Bar One, 7.4, 3. Hurry Scurry : Kitty 1, Keen Eye 2. '