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THE SYDNEY POTATO MARKET. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
THE SYDNEY POTATO MARKET. TO THE BD1T0II, Sir,— Owing to the limited time at my disposal I regret being unable to call on many of our valued clients on tho North Wcit Coast, but would like through th« midlum of your valuable paper to point out it low developments of I lie past Beason, so far as the pottto market is concerned, which call for Bpcclal notice at thohauds of agents, who, llko ourselves, havo tho confidence and support of in largo number of Bhlppcri In your colony, and wo would therefore desire to point out sovural matters which, in nur o|-lulon,aro extremely detrimental to shippers interests, In tho hopu that some move will bt maio during the present lo.uon to remedy them, at lcait to a largo extent. We may here mention that our remarks do not in any way .apply to the asuoclatlons who are represented hero by capable agents, and when we say our desire Is to aco tbe shipments much more concentrated than they aro, It will be apparent at once that we entirely support tbe Ide...
INTERCOLONIAL MARKET REPORTS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
INTERCOLONIAL MARKET HKPORT8, LATEST QUOTATIONS, SrDNisr, Wednesday.— Wheat waa a shad* firmer yesterday. Grain which was difficult to quit at 4/ in the morning changed hands nt 4/li in the afternoon. Flour ruled easier at £10 to « 10/10/. A see mil vsisel Is about to be loaded in New York with kerosene for Hydney at equal to combine prleea, Com petition In this direction promises to be kcin and prolonged. A fair amount of business 'Was done in general produce, Malzo was slow at 11/; special quality, iSlt. Oata, 2/5, Bran, 7.1. Pollard, 81 1. Ohall, Melbourne, ?)»/&/ to «3/15/j 'pedal lots, dt | local, *'J to Atfij Lucerne, «2 2/(1. Straw, «2/5/. Oaten hay, prime, * 4/10/. PotaWea— Good aale, Cir cular. «fl/10/ to «7; local, «4flOJ to *0;r-/. Onions scarce, HGjlO/ 1 proapecta of a AC mar ket for incoming supplies. MXLB0URN1, Tuesday.— Quotations ate aa follow !— Wheat, 4/6, to 4/6. Flour, -ll/10/to«llfl5f, Oala— Aluerlan.llS to 1W for feed ; 1/10 for prime j Dnol.b and .tout...
THE SCRAMBLE FOR CHINA. PROPOSED DIVIDED LOAN. ANGLO-RUSSIAN PARLEY. RUSSIA'S RUSE. London, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
TUB SORAMIILK FOI1 CHINA. PU0rO3KD DIVIDKD LOAN, ANQLO-HUSSIAN rAULEY, UUBSIA'S HUS1!. London, January !II. Russian ships of war In 1'ort Arthur und great difficulty In coaling. The Cblncto bellure that the sudden with* druwal of Hritlsh thlpa from Port Arthur In illcnlfi irruolullon. Hus.la is Inaplrliij rumors ill l'ekln that tllj Ilrltish rctsola withdrew under liassiAO pressure. ' Tho Tlmos ' itrt it will b9 unnocesaaty to open Tallenwau to Tiismliot all natlom If ansuranco la gircn that I'oit Arthur will be open tocommmce, France It reluctant to support lluaaia't menaces of reprisal* if Tallenwan la opened, Ohlncae authorltlea at l'ekln now toggett that Russia, and 01 rent ililtalu shall each and halt ol the loan ot twelre millions on their own financial terms, other conditions to bi adjusted between Ihemseirei, l.onuon, t coriury i, The ' Standard ' deoliret that aeoiet Anglo- Ilustlan acgollatloot orer the Chinese loan aro causing a ftrorable turn In tbo situation. German lin...
THE DREYFUS SCANDAL. RUSSIA'S ADMISSION. London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
TUB DRRVFOS SCANDAL. nUBSIA'B ADMISSION, London, February 1, An extraordinary article appeared In tho 11 Nowottl,' published at St. Petersburg, yes terday. It referred to tho Droyfua case, and went on to virtually admit that the Russian abreimatat had purchased French mllltiuy secrets, Thlt, in the case ut a tilondly Poner, the journal, howorer contend!, in a mere breach ot official iccrccy, and could not bo comtrned Into a treasonnblo act. I
THE MATAURA WRECK. ALL HANDS SAVED. London, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
TIIK MATAUBA W11K0K, Mh HAND3 SAVED. London, January 01, Newt hat boon tecelred that all handt htyn been tared from tbe wreck ot tbs ttoamer Mataura in Magellan Strait, The cretr and passangcri took to the boats, and were picked up, nil now bolng homeward bound on the Pacific Co.'a tteamer OrcinA, Tha Mataura atruok an uncharted rock In tho Btrrtit, and waa run athore to arold link ing. Her maitt aro vltlbto abore high water, Klght boats ttarlcd from tbe linking tomcI, and tha captaln't arrived at Handy Point on the 17th inst, It Is expected tbat part ot tho cargo will bo saved.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
Birth. MONNINGTON.- On the 1st February, at &nbsp; " Bittewell," Burnie, the wife of Alfred Monnington of a daughter. In Memoriam. In loving remembrance of our dear brother, Edward Plunkett, who died at Zea- han Hospital, February 3rd, 1897. One long year has passed to-day Since our dear brother was called away ; His days are done, his home is won, And loved ones dear prepare to come. Little we thought when we bade him good- bye He was going for ever, yes for ever to die. There's a vacant place we cannot fill And we were not there for his last farewell, How sad it was that he should part From those he loved so dear To die so far away from us No brother nor sister near. Inserted by his loving sister and brother Sarah and Thomas Paxton.
General Information. POSTAL, TELEGRAPHIC, AND MONEY ORDER REGULATIONS, ETC. RATES OF POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
Oeiieral Information. rustTAi., fni.Kuiui'iua, and monkv nniUCU IIBOUI.ATIONB, KTO. , nATM OF I'OBTAfJI),1 Inlaml I.ettfri-Kor oaoh ,oa 01 fraction ill i..r.. 2.1, Town Letters— l''or eaoh Jon or tnictUiu nl I'./., II. I'uoVcU-Vnr each 2 -i. nr fracllnii (up In nibs), Id, Hooks— Knr each I sor fr«cllon (up to Illbs), Id. I'oil OanM-Kaiih. Id. . ?? Itilnrooloillal llnlcs.— To New Bduth Wales, Now Zealand, qnccnalantl, Hmilli Auatmlla, Victoria, Wclirn Auatrnlla, Nutv Hebtlilci, FIJI, and lltllish Now Guinea ILcttera Kor each |o- or fraction, 2,1, Packets— Cor each 2os or fraction, Id. Honks— For each (Im of fracllon,-Id. - P.ist Oudt-ICaoh, Id, ?' llalei to Unltc.l' Klngdnm and Foreign floiintrlea,— Letters— For every inn or unilor. 2|d. I'oat Oard-Kach, l,d, llcply pjat Oajil— Bach,' flil, Hewapapeis— Bach of nuliiht oMoe,' hi 1 each UlUlonal 2o«, |d. Comrnerclal l'apcri— Not excmlini! 2oz, M 1 3u'iand4oc,8l-i| -ot and «oi, \ I ?, «.» anil ioi, a |il 1 801 and 10os, f,d | 1O.« and U...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
Itraily for Koform 'I'd Ilko tcr ««e the man ex writ this,' tin sold, hoMlng' hla flngera over a paragraph In the newspaper, 'Thnt dlaloot Btory?' ? '' ' ... 'Yea, airs I want to asl- 'Im «im« thin'.' 'lle'a not her* at preMnt, lan't thera anythlnr w# can do tor-.riytf', 'Mebbe there la, Ye »♦», I come from tho locality he'll rvrltln1: about. Th«t'i ray kind 0' talk he'a puttltifbefor* th* publla Whenever he uses the wars! ?com*' lie m*U« It 'c-u-tn,1 ' 'Of ooursc, That shows H'« dialect.' 'Well, we're anxloua to pleaae up our way. EJf ye'll tell ua any different war ter pernotinoe It, «o's the apellln'llb* '0 o-rn-e,1 game tz your*, I'll »unrant«e that every man In the oommunlty'll proctloo tell he.kln do It Joy rieht.'— Washln*;ton St»r, ? j .__L ? ? Terrible Hiirnliig Accident. A 8YDNR1* 1IAN HALXSi ON A HOT BTKAM-l'll'IC IN A IIATII, HIS Fl,Rsll ^DIIKHJID TO lll« J'J I'K L1K18!A HnUli'TO A VliVlNGlMN. AN AWFUL SK1I1T. Whl'lo In a balli In I'llt slrcot, * air Jarvla had tha mlrro...
CHAPTER XX. THE BATH WERE AT THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
CHAPTER XX, TIT t BATH WtUI AT TIICM. Btub.the old gray-eyed elnnar who had thua Inlervlowed I'lnnlo, delayed hU «tep», but kept tho yuuth wltbln alght for norne difiUnce. Ue then turned off leisurely to lbs right, and shambled along Into that part nt tho oity whirs We am bsit acquaint- ed— thnt Is, thronch thla varaclous chron lolo. Ho Boon reached that building whero the Hiiclcru restaurant delivered food to thn unfortunate victim of hunger. The usual evening throng wnj passing to nud fro upou ths street whiub crossed nt the mxl corm-r above. But horo it was quiet nud almost dnertfil. An occasional strag gler looked In nt tho frouily aliop windows. Hut they icldom lingered If tlioy wuro good clothM, Mur morphine victim looked tovornl times Into the rnatauraut before cntnrlng. He llnally shlftud bia old cap and buttoued up his failod aurtout. Just then a rospnotablo looking old gentloman passed by with a policeman. Into the near coat pocket tho resptctablo gentleman had Just thrust...
PARTING OF THE VEIL. CHAPTER XIX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
GKe®sESmE&v*Xfl W^flPTfl f p^J^r I CHATTER XIX— Continued. -But that w« nil dons for I'lnnlc Tli» simplicity of Ilia unfortunate youth hail brought hint when ths tender thooti of lava might taka hold an. hit affections a* till U*« drill o( ? rlnt-f ami not b9 displaced from IU MtlT« trellli, Hut «ft.r hli singular re moral from tin achool, h« might grow away from her, and I. reaching no far from th. Ir.llli, tha vlna might fall ana die. 80 the mid. when ttvi aurgeon naked her tfsha could stand «llttl» pain! 'Ho will be pleas*! with mo,'', 'Who will ba pleased with youl' he asked hi the mental darkneu of ths mament. And Winnie only trailed and said the 'wan not ajfrait.' Then waa no chloroform In those days. But «h« wasaa happy as a lamb, beilde Its mother la a new uloyer patch, at the time of the horrible wrench whan tha nnkle waa bnkMttrwh, and tlio box shoo adjusted I .Taid.r little heart— what was all that torrl Me .walling to her. It wai no more noticed ?f krr than the m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
Oraeern, Hturelteepera, etc, EMU BAY CASH STORE Can supply til your wants, Drapery— We can beat til corner*! a* we ' draw npon a itock ol ouf i * so,ooo, ; ciathlnr I U«mily made, a Splendid Auort - ment, and can Ma.e to Measure f by the licit Tailor in the OltT ! anything jou want, (mm » Cricketing Suit to ? Full Dtou Hull. Over 600 Pattern) to ?elect (torn. nnnti Bad Hhoea— OI .very de.crlptlon In Ohllds, Ulrli, Roy* and Youth., Ladles anil Menu, elilier strong or light, anil -t price* that cinnot be beaten, ?Broeery Dnpnrliiient— The returns In thla department ?re Increasing CTery ilajr, ihm pracllc»lly privlng that 01)11 VALUE 13 1UC1IIT. An a nut ter ol fact It In, mill la fully np. predated by all who bare glrcn [ . utaoill. Ironmongery, Tinware, Orockeryware, Fancy Gamlil, Confectionery, Hay Fork., Scythes, Hlcklie, Potato Forks, Spade*, Axoi anil Handles, etc., etc.; In fact, everything yiu wnnt } at Cut Ca.h Trine*. 1 Jilcyeio»— ! Anil the hundred ami ono fitting) - (or tam...
CIRCULAR HEAD TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
CIRCULAR HEAD TEST MATCH The Irish Town Cricket Club secretary has recently had his attention drawn to a par. In a recent issue of the ' Times,' whereby it appears that the I.T.C.C. refusedto meet &nbsp; the Forest eleven (which lately toured the coast) on any ground but the Irish Town. This is not correct (states our Irish Town correspondent) as the club is willing to meet a Forest eleven on the Stanley ground con- ditionally on the Forest providing luncheon for the day. The Forest in their challenge asked the I.T.C.C. to bear their expsnses at the dinner, to which that club naturally, object, as its members consider that as a matter of courtesy the Foresters (being the challenging party and living so adjacent to Stanley) should at least have offered to pro- vide a light luncheon. The I.T.T.C.'i reply to the challenge was that they would be glad to meet the Forest at Irish Town and also to provide a good dinner for the visitors which probably was the cause of your corres- p...
The Emu Bay Times. Published Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1898. THE WAR CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
Cbe emu Bay Cimcs. I'iMiiheil Ktiry Tttiitay, Thnrtilaij, and Saturday. ' 1 am In the place where 1 n'm deinamled ol conscience to Bpeak the truth j and there fore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso list.' TUVnSDAY, PJMIIttfAMl' 3, 1SU». THE WAR CLOUD. KriiirTiiiNd points to tlio danger of » ruputrrj in tlio friendly rclntions which have existed between Great Britain and tlio Ktirojiuau Powers over cince tho Orititenti wnr. Itt liuigunge which cult admit of hut ono nicAiiiiic Ktielislt DalinH -Minister* Jmvo dralnrcd tli»t, jat whatever cost, the ports ot China must bo thrown open to tlio world. With Itujnin nt Port Arthur ami Qonnimy nt Kiaochou Buy tho situation h critical, but ono thing U certain — Great llritain U lighting for freedom, ami tho world ut large will ueneht by whatever she may obtain from China. Her policy U not tho greed/ thing her enemies love to paint it. They want vast arena on the earth's surface for monopolistic ends, She has no other object but to extend the ...
Telegraphic News. WEDDING AT WYNYARD. MR H. F. FORD AND MISS QUIGGIN. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 3 February 1898
Telegraphic News. WEDDING AT WYNYARD &nbsp; MR H. F. FORD AND MISS QUIGGIN WYNYARD, Wednesday.— The wedding of Miss Quiggin and Mr Henry F. Ford, of Highfield, Circular Head, took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon at St. Stephen's church, Wynyard, The Rev J. Tyron Wilson (Rural Dean), and.B. Penty, officiated. The bridesmaids were Misses Clara, Bertha, and Florence Quiggin and Miss Eleanor Murphy, There was a very large assemblage to witness the ceremony. &nbsp; This evening a ball is being held in the Town Hall.
MAIN ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 5 February 1898
MAIN ROAD 110AIID. nlnulca of lha previous meeting wern d confirmed. lor was road from Urn noerolnry ul Worka Mating lliat thu works un the iad jiropoBcil to hu onrrlol out by tlio .ail iionn ajipravoj. WsimmonB (Kottiictn Inipcolorof wrotu ?— '-llogatillng Ihoexpondlturo I, main road.Ulylho ilridgu to llurnln, u rt good nvorsaer you imii put on to ' i la required with ft day work party) lad'Cam to IJuriilo I Ihlnk II would to cull for local leudera for aupplyof be Bhieked nt the roailsldo convenient (Wng.'— It waB dooldod to rQComtncnd i it. Me lloliert liitrrlnglan for llm «i(ii«tlun of Tho seerotary wnalnslruetad to writo lo tlio Minister of l.andxaiid Wmka mi 1 urKu that the londwoik in thin illeti lul nhniild Im com Ill.Mieeil at on™, so Hull tluMU would ho no ilulny iixpcrioiiccd hy hrukou wenlhtir, Mr llorrml do calln.l hliuiillon to tliu iliim ngo Ihiil, U I olng iIiiiiu In Dunhyall.iFi iiloui- llm unit »horo by ciui|dnt- (milts. Itwua iluoldo I to olfer n rowud fur Iliu npp...