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Early Closing for Burnie. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 5 February 1898
Ilaily Closing for Uiiraiu. TO TUB milTOII. Sir,— As you have been pointini! out uovu Ml nreeut ii'iiuliemenls for llurnle, bucIi us Imvii linnid. etc., miy I (nko Ilio lihinly to mid slill another ti (ho Hal, viz.. Mx o'clock cluslin; of b'.isintM phictu .' Theio Is 110 need for 1110 t, nimlh.ii llmt it Is ndvl^nblo fiom n heullh point (if view ns levntds tliu nabixtatUs; that Is ndmlllcil by nil, It may nut bu gonorully known that tharu aro soul 1 simp aatlaliuiu ill llurnln who me working (iom 7 n.m to U p 111. daily. Thin leuls ono lo ask, Is il. tHccs.nry to keep Ih.i shops open ntter U pin. ,' C-rliiiiily not. From expo llcnce 1 o;iti miy Hint fieri in not Ihe slight est need fur Inl'o hnui.s lieie, as It Is » well known f.ict tint the fnimcra of Iho district vi ry sildoin come to the town ufler ii or (1 o'clock, lint thuso who Indulge In Into sliopplni niu a fuw residents of thu town Hh.i make it 11 mle lo lonk round ill'! ships In tho evening lo |m-i away the time and havo n...
CHAPTER XVIII. THE HINT WAS A BROAD ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 5 February 1898
ClIAITKIt XVIII. U1IH p'opl» llidl b,)'uw. h rapiil'm: lint Ilii'i U n louil, houlthy, floe bunded 'knocltlin —tbii father of nil Iho raps— at the door of I. eon Npauero'ri olllee. It tapered ucilber at beginning uol at the end. Wllb diiidnileuilo, ll wih n good square knock. It had a character. Sir. Hpnnora miderstood It. Iln was evpeetlng It. Immediately after the birth of tlu- brilliant hospital bclieine, he KsuliI a until, in n result of which we linvo this pummellng of Urn panels. In fact t.ooa Bpiiliern bad been '»l/.mg up' his own abili ty In tlm art of asking questions In various He nio-o delib .lately, stamped lightly noon tin. II' w to relievo tlm draw il|iou the Htiaps which held down his pantaloons, L-allieri-llhn la.ni frills of hl.i shirt, front Into a graceful fold, Miioothed his yellow beard and pu*,,ltn (h ? Kir. ?Hi' dignity mid grace with which Ibv door win opened boea-un the Hpimlard imwt iniiibtllv. Tlm Miicith (.'.ntllity wim which the kiioiiker pass.!,! the th...
PARTING OF THE VEIL. CHAPTER XVII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 5 February 1898
CIUl'TEH XVII— CosnsuEn. ' Anil ho thu Idciiofhlihull.llu;- n Im-pliul Its Ml Investment on I'upld'a neciii'l hii-iv on him. liu struck the idcu hi cli.-uilu-t ?!??? girl— biilhofluljhcil u|i»ilii ilm i,-.i|,iv.i,i-,n that tlin hiilldliiKufnh.Mpli.il would I,-- i 1-1 Uio thing to do-tor ll,,|,.|i. ,\t th ,r I.. mimlhiK ho «iicrccded In mnl.ii-.; the t,:,i largely ,luu U. hU c : .tIi.mh. II-. td ..i 'c.il, ?? I bor uUoiitlou to i'.i.i pi-.ij..,,.'t. i.t i-w li i.-.-l'.il mid trlllliiR with tbo :;lrl, to ,k hm- ndvi ?? upon tho mnlluil Now, whit tv.'iv li/ly thousand doll.n * l.i him l.jsulo th v tiMii., ccndontgonlus iiiul unrvcknw ImiuV,-i Thus weighing luci-o iiKiilimt. lov..,' In! viwit od himself u;-uh;. lint. .-.,„, I,,, I,,- ?;.. nut Bfrosh. 'Oiul, hut thai b;nl iru.A i.l hi |.. irlio Is just iiim-rlcl— I v, 111 hiivu lil.ii tin .iv.-ii uvur tha lilll'i.'ill In'.n li.n ,.i. II iImi.-i thousand dolhm, in L.i ???- I Iml i- :....ii|i.-.. Unit tout her nl.n.nd-gnil. Why null,,! Tha...
CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday, February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 5 February 1898
CltCItCIt BKHYIOEB. Sunilny, February li. Church of Englnml —Ilurnlo— 11 n.m. nnd 7 p.m. Somerset— 'i p.m. Cam llo«l— 2.30 p.m. Wynyurd-7 p.m. Prlmliivc Slethodiit Cliureh.— Penguin — Sir (liod sun. II, Mr tUlno 7. Noith .Motion —Sir Saiindom ;t. llurnle— Mr W, Ynxley ll.nosiirrlcunt;. Leven— Mr Satimlers II. Stowpnrt— Mr. I. Hnya.'l. «ul,,liur Orcuk— Sir Fieldlni; 11, Sir floral sen, 7. lllytli— Messrs S. Olmt*ln, F. Fielding nnd SI. J. Ililder II. Elght-Slilc- Gospel Hand, No, 3, 'u.SI.F. Church,— Wynyntd— Sir Prowao 11, Mis Prowao 7. Flowcrdalu— Mr 7'rowao !l. Ml. Hloks— Sir CunulncB 3. C11mllo.ul — Mr Joihm H. Weileyim Church.— llurnle— llev A. F. While, 11, .'I, 7. Wynyaril— Sir D. Jonrs :i, Mr Clim-i'liftcr 7. Sli-ters Creek— Sir nicker II. Camp Crck— Prnyor meeting. Stanley— Sir lliuwn Hand 7. Forest— Sir llrown II.
Cam Road Trust. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 5 February 1898
Cum Uouil Trust, WUDNIMDAV, KKIIltUAHY 2. 1'iwont— McwinT. Illldor, II. Franks and V. l''il/.niaiiile,). Thu chairman (Mr O, Cillmimr) htlng nbout toleavo for KubIbihI, Mr llll.ler was nppulut d chairman for Iliu retmlnder cf Ilio yuir muling April mil. Thu nilkctir'B report of cidlncllon of in(e-, tic, waa riTiind nml cou-idcml very Biiil-tiii-ioiy, Tim fullimhiK amounts woio |iaFsc-l for psjiiiiiii i— K. W. Tywiii, collroloi's H.ilnry, Ki ;'? Kinu liny Time',' 2/ ; pi-tly c.i9h,/-:2. It was reportu:l In tho trust Hint several propcitii'B bituahd lu llm Cam dhiUlct woru not clinritod on tho valuation roll, and It wa-i resolved that allonlion bu given l0 thu mat Icr.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 5 February 1898
It li nlwnys gratifying to recclvo IcbII monlalu Tor lilminlioi l.iln's Uulio, Cholurn and Dlanluea llemfdy, nnd when (ho en durscinciit la from u physician It la cape olnlly so. '? There la no moto Batlsfnolory or I'ltectlvu rumedy Ilian Ohamhorlnln'a Oollc, Oludcra, and llliuiluua llcmcdy,' writes l)r M. ». Unboy, nhvaloliin and pharnuielst, Olnoy, Mo,; mid as ..u has used tho llemcdy In Ids own family and sold It in his dtug Moto for six yinrs hu bIiouIiI ccHnlnly know. Kor aalo hy nil denlers, Uatton anu Lawb, Oenoml Afjouls. A Xovr.l. Xsias CAitn.— \ ' Dally Chron lelo' correspondout tulla a curious story nbont ' a Chrlstmns novelty much In vogue this Fenson among tho uppor ten thousand 'i — Arlatooratlo Indlca, both married and single, aro sending to their favored friends, hi lion of Iho hackneyed enrd, pbolojrrophs of them aelvoa as atllrod for bed. Thcro Is, ot course, loss real Impropriety In ihcio ph'tuioi than In presentments of (ho fame charming figures no drcBaed (or un...
Fashionable Wedding. FORD-QUIGGIN. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 5 February 1898
Fashionable Wedding. FORD--QUIGGIN An esteemed correspondent sends us the &nbsp; following additional particulars of the mar- riage of Mr. Harry Ford, of Highfield, Stan- ley, and Miss Annie Quiggins, eldest daughter of Mr. R. Quiggins of Terra Nova, Wyn- yard, which took place at St. Stephens' Church, Wynyard, on Wednesday afternoon, February 2nd. The Rev J. Tyron Wilson, assisted by the Rev R. Penty, of Stanley, officiated. The church was beautifully decorated byfriends of the bride. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a handsome gown of ivory mer- villoux made with a long train and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms. With this was worn a gold brooch and pearl heart pendant, the gift of the bridegroom, a long veil and wreath of orange blossom. She carried a beautiful shower bouquet &nbsp; of choice white flowers, imtermixed with satin ribbon bows and fern. &nbsp; The bridesmaids were the Misse...
Telling Age by Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
TelliiiK (%?£--. by Teeth. In horned stock Ihe clmngo ol tooth be»lns im a rule, at tho ago of It years, when tin milk middle front teeth aro shed anil replaced by the permanent front teoth, which come completely into poaltlon towarda Hie end of tho iccond year, At 2) yearn, as a rulo, tho Inner milk front teoth fall out, and their succcaaoiB are In place by tho end of the third yenr. From 3} tol} years, us a rulo, tho outor milk front tcolli fall out, and their successors are fully in nso towards the close of tho fourth year. From 4} to 4) years Iho milk teeth continue to fall out, and their aucccmon nro In uia by the end ot the filth year, Ab to exception!, mountain broeds aro apt to bo later In tho change of teeth. Anl mala got In call beforo tlio uml of tholr 20th month bavo Iho chango nf teeth hindered, while It takes placo sooner than usual In early maturing broc-l«, especially short norm,
PARTING OF THE VEIL. CHAPTER XIX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
CnATTER XIX.— Cqotmuko. ' nut that was nil douu for I'lhui,.. The nlmpllctty of tlm unfurl uimlc youth hml brought him whore tbu Uiudur sh.jit, nf Invu might Uke hold on his mrtHtloni in tho tou drill of n vino— nnd uot hi dlnphuvil from IU natlvn trollln. Hut nftw lili HhiKulur y« moral from tho iclmul, ha nil-hl Ki ow nwuy from h«r, nud In ronohtnit »u far finui tbs tnllls, the vino might, (nil and dlu, 8o sha said, when tho HUrgoait naked lior If ibt could stand » llttlo pnlrii 'llu will Im plwsed with ntu.' 'Who will bo plivisod with youl' ho nuk.'d In tb« mental darkness nf tho nioiilcut And Wlnute only amlloJ and uild tho 'ivnss uot ?trait.' Thar* was no chloroform in tho-.i iluyn. But she was as hnppy ns n luinb, bohldu Its mother In « now olovor putrfi, lit tlm tlina of thu horriblo ivnmi'h when tho miklo win broktnafrash, and tho hoi »huo iuljuslr.1 ! T«ndor llttlo bsnrt— wlmt wna nil thit t.'irl bla swolllnK t.. her. It was no mnn. nutU/wl otharthauthe moau n[ tbo tra ulTo...
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
SIMPIMN^. II V 11X112. ATiniVKD. Feb. 5.— Auitralii, ai, 130 tcna, W. J, Uazurf, frum Htrahnn. Keb. (1— Munatiourl, b«, 1,783 tons, J, dlbb, from Melbourne. Pnasenijeia— 8 (aloon and 5 itcmiig''. Feb. 7.— Ilnnnnh Thompson, cutter, 11 tona, It. Leggatt, from Woollnorth, Feb. 7.— Uor.ot, a;, 40 tons, W, Jlolyman, from Luunceaton. SAILED, Feb. 6— Amtralla, a), 130 tona, W, J, RoKerB. for Lnuuoeston, Feb. 0-Maonpourl, 1,783 lorn, J. Qlbb, tor Sydney. Passengers— Saloon !— Mr and Mini Jonca, Mr UotnlUck.nml 1 ateerage, feb, 7— Hnnnah Thompson, cutter, 11 tona, U. Leggitt, fur Dovonport. Fob, 7— lloisat, sa, 90 tons, V. Hulyman, for Btanloy. The aa Tekapo has been delayed In Linn. ccaton and nlll not reach heru till ThuraiUy. Thu AuairnlH, nt, from Btralmn, arrived hero at 10 a.m., and loft at 10,0 am, on Uuturilay for Lnunocstoa vln Devonport, The summer Munapouri arrived hero from Melbourne, at 0.15 am. on Hunday. Her paring acruts tho Straits win dclnyeil by tho buBli Hres en thu Viclo...
FIRE AT THE GENERATING STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
FinK AT THK GKNRUAT1NQ STATION, LAUNOK'TON, Monday,— Ycstenlay tome boys wliu wont lo balhe near the Generating Station, rot fire to some era-s, ami In a few minutea both slilea of Ilia hill inthoiully were ablsi .. The at«lstanc8 uf B0 ro.-n frum town wai obtained by Oornoratlun olilclali to battle with the dames. Uro..t iltfflculty nas experienced In living tho fencing round the ?talinn, but finally the die waa extinguished, Tha boys' names have bem oblalned ami they will be proceeded against. ,