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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
PKnrKTOAL Action.— Tho cowrcaomblet a maohlne, bccaiiBO sbo muat bo run all the time, She oannot bo stopped when butter Is low, and started , when buttor is high. To know whether It p»y« to keep n cow, this cow machine nutat bo run tnr a jrcar, charging her with a year's feed ing nnd ? tho inW In caring for lior, and giving her credit for tho value of 'the pro duct received from her, If the bnlanca nt the mil -.if the year is on tho cow's side It pays to keep li'.'r. A trial ot a few week) will not determine tho matter. Gii.iiKVB Diir Gin.— Agents, Johnstons nnd Wllrao', Launccstou
THE TEST MATCH. ENGLAND'S CONGRATULATIONS. London, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
THE TEST MATCH. KNOLAND'S CONGRATULATIONS. Londou. Februarv 4 . Refe-rilng to Ihu result of tho fourth test cricket match plnyed In Melbourne, the 'Westminster Gnzottii' snys Sloddart, and bis men wore thorounhtv beaten on their merits, tho Australians being 'the better tenrn. Tho ' Pall Mall Gazette ' heartily congratulates Australians on tbolr victory. London, February 6. All Bcctlonaof Iho press hcnrllly eongralu.' falo Australia on having won Iho rubber In tho test matches. The London ' Spoilsman ' exprcsBea tho opinion Ihnt tho Australian combination was us nlMiig nil round as nny previous team, and tbo superiority of its at tnok Is evident In tho result. Boll's ' Sporting Life' as aerts that Au.tiiilbi may fairly olnliu'to bu superior to England fiom a cricket view point.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
Council or AamouiiTOnK.— The fol lowing members have been elected unop posed to a Beat on the new Advisory Council of the Department of Agriculture s— Mr A. Monnlugton, Wellington I Mr F. Maiidox, Launcaaton | Mr F. W. Brlggs, Doraat ) and Mr M, Fcteher, Hobatt. No nomination haa been received for Cumberland, aa there la no Uraioh Board In that district. Mora than one nomination h»t baen lent in from othar agricultural district* of thu oolnny, and au election will be held to select memlers to rcprcaent these branches on the Council, A 8E1UODB Oiiiuau,— At tho Uurnio Polico Court on Saturday raornini: before Mr A. K. Chapman, S.M., Thomai l'uushon, a man about 37 years of ago who recently came from Hobatt, was oharged with having committed a capital offence upon Ktlid Jobna. The proseeutrlx atated that Pun shon had alept in a hut at hor parentV residence on Thunday last, and that on Friday she went to batho near the Knu River with hor brother, I'unahon met her aa she came out of the ...
RECORD INDIVIDUAL SCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
RECORD INDIVIDUAL BOOHES. A few ot Iho boat Individual scores In test matches may bo interesting, ns showing hnw the great n;tmca como lo tha top, '1'hey tun W, 1,'. Murdcch, nt Kcnnlngton Oval, 1881 ? ... 211 S, E.Clregiry, ut Sydney, 1891 ... 2U1 O. Hill, nt Molbourni', 1898 ... ... 188 J. Darling, at Adelaide, 1898 ... ... 178 Prlncu Ranjltslnhjl, at Sydney, 1897 ... 170 A. K, Stoddnrt, at Melbourne, 1895 ... 173 W, Q. Ornce, at Kennlnglon Oval, 1881) 170 O. Bannerman, nt Mclbourno, 1877 ... *1U5 A, Shrowahury, at Lords, 1881) ? 164 G. Qlilen, at Sydney, 1894 „. ,„ 101 W. L. Murdoch, nt Km. Oval, 1880 ... 'lf.3 W. Q. Grnco, nt Kennlngton Oval, 1880 162 ? Not out. .
BRITISH AND FOREIGN MARKET. London February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
111UTIHII AND FOllltiaN MAIIKBTS. London, February ti, Whcat-Tho lCngllih wheat markat la aleady, Tho continental marked an firm, nnd tha American markela are showing a genoral advance, Oallfornlan No. 1 milling for curly ahlpmont Is quoted at 86,0 per 5001b, o.i.f., anil lluanlan canoea (Ohlrta) perateatner, 87/8 per lUUlb, o.i.t , 'llio Los il m quolailon (or parcels of No. 1 hard Unluth whoat ll 41/ nor 4U01b. Oats— Fino colonial oats are quoted at 211/(1 per 8481b and common colonial oata at 211/ par 3841b, lluttcr— The butter market ia hardening, Tho demand for colonial la brisk, and quota lions aro from (12/ to 91/ per out, while a tow linos bring 98/. Danish Is unchanged in prleo, Tho shipment of Australian butter por il.M.S, Oruba hai opened lu excellent condition. Ohcenu— The marktt for colonial oheesn la flat. Now Zealand Is quotod at 44/ per cwt. Till; Mr.TAi, Maukkt. Tho copper market la firm. Quotatlona 449/210 for spot, nnd 449/10/ lor threo In tho tin nmikot huslnesa ...
Primitive Methodist Church. THE QUESTION OF METHODIST UNION. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
Primitive Methodist Cliuicli. THE QUESTION OF MISTHODIST UNION. Mki.iiouiine, Frldty. Tho nnnual atsoinbly of tbu Primitive Melhodltt Chuichos nt Victoria nml Tna mania was opened yialenlar morning lu the Vero Stroet Church, Colllngwood, Iho Rev. H. HoatbetthaWi tho retliing meal dent, occupied tho chair. The Ilov. Jninei. Wllaon, of ilaryborough, was elected prosl dont for (ho cninlng year, Mr Ooncpb Hall, ot Eaglehawk, was appointed vice prcitdcnt, Tho election ot other oMcioit rtnul'oil hi follows |— Secretary, Rov. D. Frovanj assistant accietarle«i Hovs, A, Ilnrtlett and O. H. Hammor i reader, Rov, II. B, Barber I letter writer, licv. A, Mad ten | reporter, Rev, J, II. Cain. Tho station. Ing committee was cempoted of tha follow ing ministers nnd laymeu :— Revs. T, Cope land, W, Qoycn, W. Hunt, and M«ai- \V, Taylor and J, K. Pillock. It was determined to receive a deputation from Iho Wcaloyan Methodist Chuich, conveying fratomnl groetinga on Monday afterneon next, at 4 With refer...
INTERCOLONIAL MARKET REPORT. LATEST QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
INTERCOLONIAL MAHKBT REPORT8, LATEST QUOTATIONS, SrnNEY.— Wheat Is qulot, with largo dall vorlca, to 0/11 for pinched and to 4/2 for prlmo. Parcels covering 10,000 baga wem for vxtiort to Queenalnnd at thcBO rates. Flour la dull to AIO/10/. Tho whole of too kerosene recently offering at 7|d lml now boon taken up, holders being Arm at B|J, A fair amount of bualnoiHwaa done in produce. Malta brought 2/10 to 0/, oata 2/5, bran 7il, pollard 81d to Bid | chaff, imported -0/lu/ to II, local, «3/C/ to *4/2/O i local potatoes, HO to «7 ) onions, beat available, 45, Adelaide.— There ia nothing fresh lo re port. Rates nro »? follow .—Wheat, 4/fi lo 4/51 at Port Adelaide, and 4/4 at tho out ports. Flour, «10/15/ to «11 per ton. Uran, 1/. Pollard, 1/. Oaia, white, 3/6 to 8/ 1 dun and Algoilan, 3/ to 2/8. Oh»«, «2/lB/ to 43 por Bhurt tou for parcels, and 49/0/ retail, |
News From Abroad. British and Foreign. THE SURAMBLE FOR CHINA. FLEETS IN THE EAST. RUSSIA'S RAILWAYS. AMERICA SUPPORTS BRITAIN. SALISBURY'S SURRENDER. SUPPOSED RUSSIAN DIPLOMATIC VICTORY. London. February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
i\c\vs From Abroad. ?IrKlili itiitl VorcliT'. TIIK SORAMllLE FOR CHINA. FLUHTS IN THE EAST.: . .. RUSSIA'S RAILWAYS. ri AMEUIOA SOlTtTuTS llttlTAl'rl.' ' . HALIsillURY'B HURRKNDE1I. ' . 8UITOSKI) RUSSIAN DIPLOMATIC VICTORY. . 'Tondon. Februarv 4. 'Tho Tlrnis ' corrcipondont at Pekln Bays Oruat lltlinhi bus dellnitoly wllhdruwn thu condition flrit demanded ns to the opening of Tnlleiiwan. 'The Times ' concludes Hint tho objtda lealing up to Iho waiving of this drmmid h \vj been scoured, and that (here la every rca«tn to hopo Hint tho loan negotia tions will bo succ'csifiil. II.JI.S, Batlltur, twin-screw battleship, lit class urmourcd, 11 t;iiii', 10,500 Ions, now on tho Mo litcrrniican tlallun, is uuderoidur, for China. In view of Ilia pofslblo outbreali of war ovor F.ir Bu'tcrn complicatlona, Ameilcan oowipiperM, levluwlng thu situation and its coiilln0'cnei.a,ftrinslysyinpatbim wlthaiuiil. Britain. Tho ' Sow York ' Herald ' says ' bluod Is thicker than water,' and in the event of w...
The Emu Bay Times. Published Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Staurday. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1894. TASMANIAN'S PROGRESS. RETAIL FINANCE [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
CDc €mu Bay Cimc$, I'uHMied Ktery Ttinilay, Thuriihiy, nnd ?Saturdnv, ' I am In tho place where I am demanded ol conscienco to Bpcak the truth I and there foru tho truth 1 sneak, Impugn It whoso list,' WASVAr, FunnuAHY s, nut. TASMANIA'S PltOQUKSS. RETAIL FINANCE Foil flotno yc»r» post Tnaruwiia has been, politlcnlly spunking, ' wliipping tho cat.' In tho days of her prosperity she laid in no nro vision for tlioso of ndvcrsitv — which :oine to U9 in cycles beneath the Southern 3ro9S — hut permitted her Civil Service o lii'coino congested, nnd nt the ?ame itnu lavished monoy on the construation if riulwii)'3'«nd public works rrhich enn terer bo remunerative or ovou useful lo ;ho public, Wo aro inclitted to think .liat tho economy rthich has been the lutcomo of this spendthrift aenson \ril| ju an advimtngc to our rulera. It will tench thorn tho vnluo of money nnd tho necessity for getting something in return for its expenditure. Wo were told, when the work of retrenchment w»9 entered ...
THE BOSTON BLIZZARD. LOSS OF LIFE. London, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898
THE HUSTON BLIZZARD, LOSS OF LIFE. London, February 4. Further reports of the tcrrillc blizzard which has fur sumo tlmo blocked access to Boston, diiw (hit lha Covastatlon has been widuapread,and thcru ban been Bcrlous loss of life. Tblriy-slx people have perished on thu New England c-mst, Tho damage at Boston Is estimated at over 1,000,000 dollars. Many tins which occurred during thu storm burnt out unchecked owing lo tho wreckage of tha nlnrm fyetcm, A great quantity of tho ovorhend wlrci In connection with the elcclrlc car system in the city were blown down, and nu fewer than 200 horses wcro killed by tho falling posts and wltoi.