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THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. OUR SPECIAL REPORT. POTATOES SELLING AT 8/10. GOOD DEMAND. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 March 1899
THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. ? OUR SPECIAL REPORT. POTATOES SELLING AT 3/10. GOOD DEMAND. Sydney, Wednesday. The demand for potatoes continues good. 'The Tekapo is unloading. Best samples are selling at 8/10/, but some merchants ore asking 8/15/. The whole of the. shipments at both wharves will be cleared this week. At Kethel's wharf to day (Paterson and Co.'s line) soles wero made at 3/10/ and 8/7/6. Amongst many lots of potatoes disease is apparent, and these have been sold at 2/15/. Large arrivals of oats are steadying the market ; Tasmanians ore selling at 1/10, extra prime 1/11; seed oats 2/3 if clean, but owing to the dry weather the demand is slack. ' Peas are cheaper. Turnips, j£8. Chaff, no change. Straw, 2/5/. Sydney, Thursday. , The general trade in Sussex street is quiet, and no move of importance is an ticipated now till after the Easter holidays. Chaff, owing to large arrivals from Vic toria, is slightly easier. Maize is quoted at 8/3, with a downward tendency. Bran is i...
Commercial. The "Advocate" Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 March 1899
Commercial. Tho ' Advocate ' Office, Thursday Evenine. r. The delivery of potatoes has been fairly ' active this week, nnd the quotation keeps at from 87/6 to 40/. It is expected a large . quantity will go forward for the week to Sydney market (with three steamers loading), and a fair quantity has also been shipped to Western Australia. The ss Penguin, which left for Melbourne last evening, had 888 bags potatoes for tran shipment to tho West; these, with what has gone forward per ss Orowaiti, make 1,879 bass this week. A fair quantity of oats has also beon shipped, the ss Penguin taking 450 bags ; . add to this the Orowaiti's quantity, and tho total is 700 bags. Grey peas aro on the downward grade and are . now quoted at 2/4 to 2/5J. Oats are on . tho eve of a drop, and lower prices must f rule. 'Wheat and other lines remain as last quoted. Mr Arthur Tnthill, of Chudleigh Junc tion, informs us that he has threshed 30 sores of grey pens from which he received 1,600 bushels of first c...
THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 March 1899
THE ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Wynyard Boco Club was held on Wednesday last. Tho weather was somewhat unfavorable. Though in the morning it was fine and bright, in tho afternoon heavy clouds gathered and light showers fell, no doubt nraventinff manv local residents from at tending. sAsit was the attendance was fair — much larger than last year. About 400 pooplo passed through the gates, at ' which just over £20 was taken. This, with other sources of revenue, will bal ance, it is oxpected, the expenditure and receipts of tho cluh over the meeting. A totalisator was on the ground, conducted by Mr W. Wiseman on behalf of the club, and very fair business was done by it. The usual games of chance and refresh ment stalls also occupied places, the publican's booth being in charge of Mr O. Brown. The dividends paid were not large, Euterpe's win in the Flying Handi cap furnishing the best (10s). With tho exception of the Flying Handicap, tho racing was not of an exoiting chara...
Road Districts. ANNUAL-ELECTIONS OF TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 March 1899
. ' Road Districts. ANNUAL -ELECTIONS OF . ,. , ? TRUSTEES Meetings of landholders for the elec hgnsldi trustees have been' convened as follow — j Beulah.— At the residence of Mr James .Coope., Wednesday, Apnl 5, at 2 ' pm ' Nominations recencd by chair to 4 p m March 30 Retiring trus *- lees, Messrs James Coope and Frank :Ho'dgkinson. Casl — At King's Temperance Hotel, Somerset, Wednesday, April 5, at 1 4p p m dominations received by ! chairman to 4 pm, March 29 Be tiring trustees, Messrs T Hilder and J~EL' Franks Don — ^At the Bndge Hotel, Hamilton on Forth, on Tuesday, April 11, at 2 pm Retiring trustees, Messrs H A 'Wertigan and J Macrow Nomina tions received by the chairman, Mr 3 -,jH'rA Verbgan;iiipto4p1m Wednes u day, April 5aUl 4 ' East Mersey— At the State school, ( Sassafras,' Saturday, April 8, &i 2 pm Nominations received by the chairman to 4 p m on April 3 Be t iirmg trustees, Messrs J. E. Roche, D Bevendge, andW Lamprey Tkankfoed — On Apnl 6, at Holwell , jPost...
AUSTRALIAN XI. v. REST OF AUSTRALIA THE THIRD MATCH. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 March 1899
AUSTBALIAN XI. v. RES3? OF THE THIBD.'.MATCH'.'i 'Adelaide, Wednesday. The third match,1 Australian Eleven, v. Best of Australia, which was commenoed on Fnday, was concluded to day. The Australian Eleven won by 4 wickets. The Best o£ AuBj^aUa^scoredt 26(} in their first innings and 191 in the second. The Eleven scored 352 in then* 'first innings and the required number .to, -win in fierr secon.d.imnngs' focthe'lofeslof Swioketl.*' The Australian team, of 14 players, Iearves for England ' to morrow by 'the R.M.S. Ormuz. Adelaide, Thursday. The team (14) of Australian cricketers for England left Australia by the R.M.S. Ormuz to day. They were accorded a hearty send off, though the cry of ' What about Giffen ? ' was raised by some of the spectators. i i. i.urt 'itii! j ? i ?'(
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 March 1899
'.'?ciicketv '-;;,', The following team has been picked to represent West Devon a^instESst'DJeyon atUlyerstonTtotmorrow1.:— ASCJCurtM, Pickett (2), T. Pettit', W. Palmer, G. Tur ner, W. Barratt, H. Jordan,' G.1 Close, F. Pearson, G. Walker; emergencies, 'W. Hall and T. ColUngs.
The Harford Races [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 March 1899
:^TIie:IIiirfof-l Rare^ The annual meeting of the Harford Racing Club was held yesterday. Heavy rain during the early part of the morning militated csnsiderably agonist the attend ance, but as the day wore on the meteoro logical conditions were much improved Takings at »th'e 'gate* amounted to £8 4s MrF P Roche, jtha club's new secretary, was .most 'assiduous tit the performance of liis duties The decisions of Mr B Sykes as judge were never questioned Mr J Bennett cot the field well awav. and Messrs J M'Geo and T Grealey, as clerk of scales and clerk of course lespeetivelj, gave , every satisfaction The stewards officiating were: Messrs: J Bennett, A A Bramich, G TurnbuU, W. R Slater, J M'Gee, G Viney, and J. Davis ? The totahsator (2s 6d tickets) waB conducted by Messrs Boatwnght, but the number of speculators was limited Ap pended are details of the1 ranng , i '! i 1 ! MiJWHmdSEE '» F ^ ' 15— J/ Bennett's Aee of Hearts, ! aged,!1 } lOO(Vinoy) . .. .,1 10— J. Bennett's Karrara, age...
PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD. THE CASE OF MR BARCLAY. Launceston, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 24 March 1899
PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD. THE CASE OF MR BARCLAY. Launceston, Wednesday. The Presbyterian S-mod commenced its sittings, lost night. Tho Rev Henry Jones, M.A., was1 elected Moderator 'for the en suing year. - ;The principal feature of this afternoon's proceedings in the Synod was the conside ration of the case of the Rev F. Barclay. Petitions from St. Andrew's and Chalmers' churches, Launceston, and froniKirklands, Epping and Campbell Town 'were re ceived, expressing dissatisfaction with the General Assembly's decision re Mr Bar clay in March last, and praying for the con firmation of his reception into the Church. On a motion that they- be read anoint of order was raised as to whether tho peti tions could be ?? i considered,; and the ex modordtor,'Eev J. Campbell, who had taken the choir in. . order to let the Rev Jones move a motion, ruled in favor of the point raised. Mr. Jones thereupon moved that the ruling be disagreed' to. A vote was taken by show of hands, disclos ing 11 for and 11...