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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
Wanted. Emu Bay Railway Company, Limitod. ^VMittoit lMBm«tilnlely, HORSES AND DHAY3 ON THE WORKS OF TUB KMU HAY RAILWAY CO., LTD. Plant and Horse Feed will be conveyed free by the Company from llurnle to licit yer Junction: Full particulars on application at the Works, or at tlio Company's Office, llurnle, J!. L. ASII1S, Resident Secretary. V17'ANTED AT ON0K.— Good STRIKER TV and FLOORMAN. State wage, B, J, BILLING, Duck River. ANTED AT ONOK.-A Rood COOK. Apply BAY VIKW HOTEL, llurnle. 1 ABtll««aH-3n(a1 . Wnthtr Pirmlttingi The Burmis band Wilt pUy it WtHTlRD uu SATURDAY NIGHT. BALL lu aid ot Catholic Church Fund, Stanley, In Mr Dnllaa' Hall, Rooky Cnpo, TUESDAY, February S. Gentlemen, U till i Ladlcp, la; Double, 8a. B, HUE HKNiCY, Secretary. HollirlniiD. Burnlc Wcsleyan SiuufiTy School Anniversary Services. SUNDAY. February 0, Rev. A. F, White to conduct the servlccB-Mornlng, After noon and Evening, Picnic on WEDNEBDAY, at Coo-co Greek. All Welcome, and bring your own Baskets. Pro...
COMMERCIAL. Emu Bay Times Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
(ouui:u-iVL. i'mu Jlny 'limtt OIHce, Wednctdny Evonlng. Uarvcstlng is fn full swing In aulubla weather, and Is occupying the wholo atten tion of farmers, so that very few potatoes are oomlng forward. Tho Qlanaus, which is expeoted to-night to load for Bydnoy, will take abont 250 bags from Bam!o,and If tho other costal shipments arc correspondingly light there la no doubt that tin Sydney price will remkln firm at «7, The local quotation is «4/12/0 to £5 and barfs. Threshing la being proceeded with and next nock aome of tho wheat will bo on tho market. It trill be a very fair smnplo, as lar as can lie )uilged at prcsout, and will command about i/. Xheie is a bin inurement in wheat In America, ttheio tlio irliuls surplus yield has betn secured by ono man | his operations having ottemlcd to Liverpool. In Vlolorla. and N.B.W,, whore prlcei range from 8/8 lo 4/2, farmers »ro holding whurever posallile, fuf hotter value, Thera has been a glut uf chaff in the local market reducing the buy i...
RECORD OF TEST MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
IlKCOItD OF TEST MATCHES, Where Winning I'lnycd, Drite, Team. Won by Melbourne Mar, 1X77 Aua 4fi tuna Jk-lliourno Mar, IH77 Kng t nickels Mulbuurne Jan, 1879 Aua 10 wlckels Ken, Oral Sept, 1880 Bog S wlckctt Mclb'nio* Jan, 1882 — ? Hydnoy Feb, IS82 Aua 5 wlokets Sydney Mar, 1832 Aua 6 wickets Miilb'rm.' Mar, 1882 — — Kon.O»»l Aug. 1882 Aua 7. run* Mulbournu Jm, I8K.I Aua 9 wickets Melluilrnu Jun, 18811 Kng 1 Inn 27 rnna Sydney Jan, 1888 Kng 69 mns Sydney Veb, 1883 Aub 1 wlckctl Nl'cbfStit' July,1881 — — Lords July, 1881 Eng 1 Inn 6 runa Ken. OtaI* Aug, 1881 — — Adelaide Dec, 1881 ICng 8 wickets Melbourne Jan, I88ii Kng 10 wlcktU Sydney Feb, 1885 Aua (i rum Sydney Mar, 1883 Aut 8 wickets Melbourne Mur, 1885 Kng 1 Inn 99 runt Manchester July, I860 Kng 4 wlckcta Lor.lt July, 1880 Kng 1 In 1011 runa OTkl Aug, 1880 Kng 1 in 217 runa Bydney Jan, 1887 Kng 13 runs Sydney ' Feb, 1887 Kng 71 runs Sydney Fub, 1887 Kng 12(1 run) Lordt July, 1888 Aua (it runt Ken. Oral July, 1838 Sag 1 111 137 r...
Cricket. Fourth Test Match. THE LION AND THE KANGAROO. GREATER BRITAIN V. GREAT BRITAIN. AN EIGHT WICKET VICTORY FOR THE KANGAROO. HAZY, HEAVY, WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
l-rlck cf. Fourth 'tent niHtoii. THK L1OK AND TUB KANQAUO0, OKUAT1DI1 IIUITAIK V. OIIIEaT llllirAIN. AH KlOlir W10K15T VI0TOUY t'Olt TUB KAN0AUOO, HAZY, 1I10AVY, WKATUKlt. Mkt.iiouhnh, Wcdncalay,— Tlio Kngllsh men resumed (heir second (nnfima yi'stcrdsy, M'i.arcn snd llrlgga tnkliiK Iho'r placet nt the vrlckott. Tha play waa of tlio ilullwl, both I ho bnltlnu nod flelilluu bulng bolow International form, It la a nutablo faot that In the second Innings alx of the Kimllsh. mm were caught ou'. lUnittslnhjt plajrcd a perfect gAiut up tu lunch time, but though ho never rhvq a chanco he could not get nway from Ilia bjwling and wna flnnlly limlcd by Nulilo for M. atoihlart and iiaton were At tho nickels when ploy cl'i-cd tho -coro being 254 for 'botch wickets. Tills morning the Innlntu waa sion brought to a clcse for 2nn, lenvlng the Australians llnto get to wliii Thla waa accomplished with thn Ion of two wlckuts, tluis ltntllij ?Ausirnlla fiotoiioia by eight wloketa. The following aio tho...
Emu Bay Licensing Bench. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
Emu Buy Licensing Bench. TO TIIR EDITO1I, yir,— A sub-lcadcr appeara in your issue of tho 1st inst. In which you Bay:— 'Tho tpicUl correspondent of the Launcctton ' Daily Telegraph ' crltlcitct tho constitution ot tho Kmu Hay Llcenilnf llench aercrely, yet fnlrly,' You alto refer to tho mattor In your Hrlof column m under :— ' Launceitnu paper! qucttaon the propriety of the Kmn Bay iilccntlng Uenoh'a conatltutlon,' Voo point out tliat three ot the (Wo licens ing juitlcci are enthuilastlo temperanco adYOCJtfa, and all are tottt abitalncri. Will you kindly name the three members who are so eithusiatttc over temperanco mutters, and giro instances of how, when, and wbero they hare -hown their enthusiasm In connection wilk the Llcontlng Bench. You might, at the tame time, slito whether any Article hat appeared In tho l.aunccston prcn, other than tint mitten by tho special correspondent ot tho 'Dally Telegraph'. You Aro woll awaro that this ptrwtnel of the Licensing Bench h»t bojn'juMt ab...
CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
CUSTOMS RETURNS. The Customs receipts at Burnle for lha month ending SiHIi January wore aa foilowa ! -Dulles, «495/U/0| Wharfage, «50/0J4 1 Harbor dues, «38/ll/U | Light due, &X-\*\ I Rents, 1/ 1 Receiving charges, 10.1 1. MiscoN.,. laneaua, C'2/ln/ 1 total iliil/17,0. The re ceipts |(or thu correspondlnn month uf 1807 amounted to «12«/I4/1. ? The recelpti for th« font ilays ending 29th, January were «10l/12/7 and thla month promises to bo a vary heavy one, the Kmu Day Railway Oo.htvinir alroaily paid duty lo the extent of more than £300 iilnco tho 29th ult, ? . .
Klondyke. A GIGANTIC SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
Klondyke. A QIQANTIO SOUEMB, Ono of tho luleit evidence* of the ' big thing*' they do In America I* the praapectu of tho Great Northern Coait ami * Inland Company, which has |ust reaolml Sydney. The authotlud capital of the conpany,whlch I* Intorporntcil under the law* of the Stelt Df Washington, Is 23,000,000 dollars, ot I which ovor 20,000,000 dollar* worth, »re a), rasdy taken up, though the corapaay wu only chartered on 27tli Ottober, and com menced business on 1st November, 1897, It Announced Itielf as 'a company that will.* In cunncction with It* own ateamer* and tho railways and tteamboats ot the Canadian Paclflo Railway, carry nine tenths ot tha fiasucngor* and freight to the Ynkon country ' In 18U8 and 1880.' The intention la to con iluct (1) a general mining business \ (2) a general transportation business | (8) a north* ern mcrohandlalng buslncs* ; (4) the manu fucturo of mining machinery and the cob* ?I ruction and operation of snow and Ice can tor winter traflio In high...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
1, =?' ' — . ,'[- pcrlal AtlvortUuuauiil. i\T~ ? ~~ t;empsteks colossal 1 1 SUMMER ' s SALE. I mm days I A SPLENDID SUCCESS, I Crowded Counters. liiDdredsof I iindreda of I Delighted Customers, I Delighted Customers, 1 1 Below no give an outllno of tfao I Thousands of Bargains. ? Mantle Department. 1 rotty Silk Capo, laco anil' jet 10a 6d, now ' lack Crepon Capos, trimmed ribbon ISa Oil, , no«4»Ilil ','. tjllth Satin Capes 17» Oil, now 0« Ud lack Lined Shot Bilk, trimmed ribbon nml jet SO/i Sd, now 12a Oil - . Hack Lace Cape, colored «llk yoke, jet rib bons 37s 0,1, now 12a Oil ' lolro Cape, gulpum lace and jet 35i Gil, now ?'?: 15s 6d ? Hack Lace, latin and jet 33s, now lfi Oil Hack Lace, satin and jut :)!« (id, nou- 15. fi.l Hack 8atln, r-ulpuro lace, jet 07a 0J, [air price 15a til LADIES WRAPPERS. Dark llluo Cambric, «poU and figures 8a lid, fair price U lid I'ink Cimbrlc, apota Es lid, now iU lid French Cambilo, apot, fancies 10a 6d, now 6a lid LADIES SKIRTS. BlauV Italian Cloth...
TASMANIAN TURF CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
TASMANIAN TUUF CLUB. SUMMUR MUKTINQ. Laonokbtok, Wudueiiliiy.— The eiunmer meeting of tho T.T.0. wai held at Mowbray to-day and pinned oft very auccessfully. There wi\sa largo attendance And the taclng waa good. The following were the reiulu :— Trial Slakct, 7 fiirlonga— Mnrla, 8.0, 1 ; The llon.10,8,7, 2 i Kxchange, 8.2, 3, Invereit Stakea— Albor.ilt, 7.7, 1 I Silrer Uod, 8,12, 2 ! Black Spider, 7.3, a. LAUnceiton Cup, 1| miles— Sortlo, 8,5, 1 1 Klrlds.lali), 8.3, 2 ; Tnmlnn, 8.5, 3, Won cAslly by two lengths, a neck separating the ancnnfl unit fhlni Imrapn. Time. 2m!n ilipn. nigh Weight Handicap, 0 fnrlongt.— Krenclln, 8.7, 1 j Ironsides, 11.5, 2 ; Ex change, 8.7, .1. Monbrajr Hurdle Hr\co, about 2j milca— Noel, 10,5, 1 -, J,F,, lt,7, 2 ; Tidal, 8,4, 3. Qorinanaton Stakes, 1 mite— Chorister, 7.0,, 1 ; Carbineer, 7.7, 2 \ Lord Qlaagow, 'J.7, 3. Flying Stakes, r, furlongs— Marie, 8.3, 1 ; Frcnella, 7.12, 2 j llachael, U.r,, ;i.
THE CONLAN CASE. MR URQUHART DETERMINED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
T11K CON LAN OaSK, MU UllQUIUHT DUTKHMINHU. Zkkdah, Wudncadsy.— The Attorney General ntrllo I ol Monilny ami wi» met nt Strnhan by a itrpuUtiun appointed to Inter Tiotv htm re tho Conlanciao, After bcnrlng Mr Uri]iihatt'«oipUnatlon, Mr Val Jnhmou, thoroii|(hiy cniturwd. their nif.inlur'.i action, and ho tvai autprlwd at Mr Ounkn in nclln^ aa ho did'. ' '?????,? ' On Moudaj night a deputation constating of Dr Kenncily nnd Mossrt J. 6, Whliolaw -ud f. Finn prcsonted Mr Uruuhart with a poll tlon with a ifflall number nt algnaturci re the Oonlan cats and tlr Urnuhart, after heirlng the ntombera of the di-pntntlon, tald ho would consider their roqiimt, He then stated tho io«ou of tho department for remarlng Mr CunUn, and tho three gentleman composing Ih'l deputation heartily endorsed bla action and considered he htd been very lenient to Mr Oonlan. Mr Urquliiut hat not tho (lightest Inten tion o( withdrawing hla liutructlrina, and hla action In the nutter meets with the support of -n ovcr...
ALEXANDRIA DOCKS. AN ENGLISH PURCHASE. London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
ALEXANDRIA DOCKS, AM ENGLISH 1'UKCIIASK. London, February 1. Egypt hat a )ld to Mess» Allen, Aldoraon, and Qj. the Kliedlre't steamers floating dock,, workshops, and warehouses at Alexan dria, for a turn of *1M),000. The purchaser* undertake to construct a grarlng dock for tho port.
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
Ih Uriel. ipwnunco, llih Oflckul.' r Ouirici. goMrlol.lt. owtnor Wllmot died, jtragimil'i Victoria, kttora licnt llm universe. l»4 chain lint, Boo advt. to Knsobory o iinplided, 10 public schools In Jnpan. f l» tjnlnif to visit AnntCklta. 11 in Dm lVi'stbury ilistrlct, hit Ciul, Publlo build in cliMtriycl. , * Victorian bookmaker, la I ?,», Malaim m rnlti'xl «t Ing wool £260,000. land nl IVynyaM on fl.Uur It! In Homecountry virtually It (wo war orulriim nn I a Ail'trnlMlan w»ter», duttrlal Kxhibltfon miagruly teaslngly aggr'etslro In tli» itMlnlltti eleven should bo Inflnu.l. (l« KftiUnmlc nt the cntranes lutltmled to. . lit Milling sIIcj In Iliirnlo -H. WalUn purcela poit eonrctn Mlulgatcd. ' Intends In construct * light* ?land, ill K«it Capo. OlUlel LjUorit, Cutlslnble Of ,D-l-,n,ll,IC».l. ? -? ? ?? ,1,1 In Tatmanla In January *l r«in«nl«n mines In January,, lu IBCI02 goM, t«1ud «6721. WOtr*, In aid of Catholic 9pTan.lv nut, fllpt' 10,000 men to the far lajrolmmxllatoly. 'if ropor...