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DEVONPORT PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

DEVONPOUT PBODUCE 1IAKKKT. Wf.bt Dkvokpoiit, Monday. — Tho Olaueua, whldi loft, here on Saturday, took 3,1100 baga potatoes from all ports. Potatoes were quoted to-day at -0 but tho market la quiet. Harvcatlng and thresh ing aro still progressing, Old chaff ia worth 43/16/ and them la no sale for new. Wheat la 9/0 but at that price growers decline to sell, Oata, 1/lt to 2/. Clroy peas, 2/10.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

LACNOESTON PKODUOE MARKET. LAONOE8TOS, Monday.— By tho aa Coogoe, which left to-day, 290 easea of tomatoea wera shipped to Melbuuruu, tho Victorian market bolng very baro,

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

IIODABT PRODUCE MARKET. Saturday's 'Mercury' reports the follow ing ruling prices i— Wheat, nominal, 4/3 to 4/0. Flour, flue, «12 to 412/10/ 1 aecondi, 410/10/ to £11. 8tmrps, -r- to «5/10l. Bran, Od. Oata, very dull, 2/0. Oapo barley, 2/0. Grey peaa. 4/. Tares, 6/(1. live, 0/0. Hay, 414 ! new hay, «S to tf 3/5/. Ohaff, «3/10/ to £3/18/ j old, £l/10/| wheaten straw chaff, «2/l0/j oaten straw chaff, «2/lS/ to «8| wheaten straw, D7/0, Hops, nominal. 1/. Potatoes, new, 6/ to 0/ per cwt. Onlont, ami por ton. Dairy butter, Od to lOd ) aeparator, lid to 1/ 1 factory, 1/ to 1/OJ j Im. portod, lid to 1/. Beat factory chceio, 6|il, to Old j cheese to 7d, Honey, 4d to 6d, Egga.Od. Ifama, (Id to lOd. flagon, 61,1 to Od, Lard, 7d, Btrawberrloa, 4d to Cd per lb | aprlooti, 7/ por bushel | pluma, 3/ to B/ Eor bushel | rmpberrlea, scarce, 4d per lb | laok onrranta, 2|d per lb j Jargonelle pcan, 3/0 por bushel | Qtiarrendau applea, 8/ par buthal.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHIPWRECK IN THE CHANNEL. London, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

SHIPWRECK IN THE CHANNEL. London, Pecuniary 4 Tha passenger steamur Cnnnnel Queen tiadlng between English Channel poita nnd the Chnnnd lalandu, 1»b been wrecked ofT Outrnseyi 18 pjBsonsers wore drowned ow ing to 111-! Bwninplug ot Ihu boat ill which they attempts! to loch land. The vessel struck a rock during a douse fog, nnd a panic ensued on board,

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FIRE AT A LIGHTHOUSE. THE KEEPERS BURNT TO DEATH. London, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

FIRE AT A LiailTHOUSB. T1IE KEKPERB BURNT TO DEATH, ?'?''? London, Fcbrunrv 4. Flro has dostroyul Iho Crosby lighthouse, nenr Liverpool. A tirilllc gilc rmnshed the inuteiiK, and Iho burning nil descended tn the lower rooms of. tlio lowir, nnd threo ot the kecpcri perished In tbu flumes.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HAWAHAN ANNEXATION. JAPAN WITHDRAWS OPPOSITION. London, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

HAWAIIAN ANNEXATION, JAPAN WITHDRAWS OPPOSITION, London, Februarv fi, ? Washington ronnrls that Japan hai with Irftwn it 11 opposition lo American nntit'sn* lion of Hawaii, on condition that Japmirso residents thoro are guaranteed equal rights ivlth tho naiive ami foreign populaihn,

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
RECORDS AND CURIOSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

RECORDS AND CURIOSITIES, Tho suggestion that ' Jonah' Junes ml|(ht ?poll Ilij pitch by wildly rushing over it nlth ilill.ii.l shoes In bis chinactuilBtlo fnih Ion iccnlla tho fact thai Barlow, ona of tho rnrly Uuglimi cricketers to visit AustrallH, matlo It a point ot policy to cut up tlio pitch by tunning (Her it In Bhoei studded with liilck lung nulls tint inndo Ids mile* like a iihIt hf Imriowi). H|-olloiih, |hu IJuno.i lo.vlir, alsu gained the reputation of n pilch iil'iimh, n», who i h'u.vllng, 'ho always to Mumled light iiciois thu' wicket. Jonah'ii lltt'o garnbul, howuvor,wa» Bpparoiilly jutt ?liter carulesMUHi. It Is not generally known that Julius Ciu-ar at ono tlnio vMud Auatmlla. lie o.mo with thu second Kuullih Kleven In ]8ij;l-l,cnptulued by Henr^u Pair. What U Iho lilatory of ihu ourluui appiuruuco of lids niimu In Ihu annals ut cricket ( Austrnllan cricket wax lint represented In Etiyliind by n urn in ot ubuil^ltmlt wlilch, weiitluuiu In 18UH, It wasgenuiiilly buatuu,...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GEORGE GIFFEN. WILL NOR VISIT MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY. ADELAIDE Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

aitoiiau niFFitN, WILL NOT VISIT MELROURNK AND SYDNEV. 'AntftiAinij Friday, When Iho mombors of tlin Intcrcoluidal cricket team for the eastern o dniiles *cto choson, thu uriuii.l and flniiiiC'i coinmltlco of Iho South Austrnllan Crlckullng Assoola lion met, and decided to Inform each iniin that all inllway nnd hold expemua wmilil ho paid, and they wou'il be allo.wril 7/(1 a day for pcnonnl eipenses, In inMitiun, they were notlftod that if auy ' purtloulir cricketer coul.l nhow that lie waa loolng mure than 7ftlprrday, tho. amuunt of tho ill(Til«ncu would liu paid. a,eul|;n Olden Intimated th.it ho would require £2i- for thu twu matchoi, inatcal of a ddly allowanoi, hut the roniiiilttnii slid tbey'oould notaeo their way oluir to griut this amount, so tha champion will not mnko Iho trip. Tliu»olcc to» hiivu chosen Victor Hugo,1!! promising all-round player, 'to'llll thu Vncnncy, Every other man picked will maku thu trip.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

THE SHIPPING. -.i Maintpourl, which was duo n Ilurnle unUy mornlug, did not put In an np ice till Hunday. Captain Glbb states u wm off the coast, and he holicvc* off Il.y on Saturday morning, but the K wm so dense that ho was unable tn Uulah Iho land unit consequently stood »M.houn.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FIRE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

FIIIK 1N01DKNTH, - ho it. Un»luly no loas of Ufa Is recorded bb uenllbntlln'ru liavo been (evoral nairow ''?'''(''lluniio lllHctt fought long and ' ''loUBly tu nave tier little home on tho - loHHIctfl ri'ftil, but her clTsrtB wcio un li.(«H|I »n.l neaily cost her life. Her dress a.,,.! t Brn and in it moment she would ha»o UUlh Barnes, but that one of tho nlhdr P«Witi notlci.il It and-at once rolled her in a Hill. Utnknt which they bad to fight tho ? Ilk und »arcd her. . . Tlowirdalo when the Inmates iwiro 'm%ri»o I'umlniJ homo of Mr 'J. A.' H'0'i 'in ioIio of an Infint which 'was nibene.tll.il by Mlta PilrBtly loteral timeB an Ur*'l»»Hi!-l, xiul MIsh l'rlcntly'ii boots . kV«M/ »corchcd with tho he.t of tho ? 1''Urt«paB.edover. rouni|,B|M|,in thoflre,not fir from Mr nil lcctlmt Mnperty at the Cam, were huddled I tl'i|«,lho Muir f«mlly anil tomo othcra Mlltlcihefr llvn stock. The fires which sur ti them Bcemctl poworleM to attnek 111 lltllo spot. Late on Sunday night, '4r,itbcflQ poo...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE RAILWAY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

bTIIK RAILWAY LINE. iW»lkcr, o( Ihn Twoho.alllo, has ex. nonl - seTF.ro fire which destroyed his . f M*locka Inaother with nil lill fencing HrSt of biirbeil wlru. It was only by iilii mluht and day that Mr Walkur, who ?,,»»Uted by lili. neighbours, managed to iliorcii.B, Other suttlcra In the locality ''also iuit*lni«l loss, -ud tlio flro In this tijc«, li stated to have been ulurtcd by n if f(BB the railway online.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CAM V. ROMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

0AM V. ROMAINE. Tcami f l inn Cam and ltomtlno clulH mot on Saturdiy on tho Cam ground, when Uun scored n win by H'.l nun on Ilio lirnt Innlngn, Cam bated Hist aud with 8 wlckota down for 104 clntcd their luniuiii. Wubb !ltl, I,. Cnwell nnd M'Farlano Hi uich, nml MoiPaon 111, being their contributor), Hill w.is thu mostBuci'isifulbowlur. ltumaluu couhlraly total IS In their first mnlr.jjs, owing to Ibo fplcndU! bowling ot B. Cnwell wlm a»curcd (I wickclB for I runs ) Webb and L. Coivull also iHiwIel well, In tbu follow on Romalno loat, 7 wltkcls for !I7, . Cam— First Innings. J. Webb, rolled ? .19 W. Macfarlane, Oflub, 1-O. Binnett ... Hi II. Molllaon, o Uobothnm, b Hill ... m F. 0 roper, b Pnlaon ? 6 L. Oowcll, b Hill ? in E, Ling, run out ? 0 0. llayloy.hllill ? 1 A. Barfoot, not out ? 1 O. Uarfoot, run out ? 8 Sundries ? fi Innings closed, 7 nickels for... 104 Romaine'— First Innings. E. Horlon.ollayley, b Wobh ? ,T O, Bennett, b II. Cowell ? 0 J. line). Inglmm, run out ? 0 J, Pn...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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Cricket. EAST WELLINGTON PREMIERSHIP. BURNIE V. FREE YEOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

('rlck-:(, !AHT WISIiLINQTON I'llltMItCHHIltl*. HURMIB V. FUrCU YHOMKN. IVaiua ri'prclcntlnit the ab ivo clubs mut at lluriilu un Baturdiy nfttiruion, tho gnniQ resulting in All easy win for Iliovlaltnrs. Tho wo iiherw'isuiiploasanl, a atriihR wind raising clniidB nt dint. Ilurnl.i balt'id li rut. fur a totnl of 10, of whloh W. Kvans nnd Watson made 17 ami 11 respccllvely in good sljlo. II, Cowoll w-- In goml form with the ball ?ml took 6 wlokotrf for 10 runs, J. Franks alao bowlliiK wall fur 4 for V. Frco Yeomen scored 1H, (1, dido making a clnrnolorlstlo 211, II. dale IS, J. Flunk* 14, and II, Ojwcll 10 being tha principal contributors. Kill. Kvsna, with n for 10, wan tho innjt succentful llnmin bonier, Onl) olio Innlnus each wan playul. Scores s— 11UHN1K. R. Walflon.bCowell ? It A. Ohatwlll, I) Uiwcll ? n W. Wilson, bOowill ? 0 W. Kvain., c II. Oak b Oowcll ? 17 W. Atklusnriib' Flank ? 0 -Sutlon.bOowoll,'. ? 0 D, llulntlch, b Oowcll ? 0 E, Burton, not out ? 1 R. Jonus, st Harriso...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THEE NORTHERN DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

SBXti- NORTHKRN DISTniOTS. ' pNOIMON, Monday. — lloporta Imvo LrlccilTed which 'Into that tcrrlblo buah »« n|liiR in tho Wcat T«m»r district ir H neaconsllold and through tho »ln«,Wcslbury, Scotlsdalo nnd Shcflloltl :t», BsTerid farmora Iimo been burnt k:Jd BBBeroua griin ciopa destroyed.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
STOWPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

8T0WP0KT. Karly on Sunday morning tho flr« nf1', had been burning tor several dsji pas«»J '. (r f( IlMllirrrrml's farm nml travelled ft «Uilgh wind ti Mr II. Hayivnod's t'i A3numbor of moll and sovirsl teams f HMdlly nn tlio spot, and four hours Iwotk iciulla.1 In M»tnorlng the grntn Mh f» reaprd. Not too noon, fur lif plnului nriorwiinlii Ilio flro swept „ I Ifci ttubblo whoro tlio workera bill

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

News in Itrlut. Fob. 8. Silver, 2/2, Great bush flrcf, 410,000 damages, llurnle in smoke-haie, Fall of embers at Burnlc. Steamers detained by ftrci. Wanted men to dig potatoes, Bee advt. Next teat match In Sydney on 20th in-t, Heat In Adelaide on Friday, lOlilif, In tho shado, and 157 In buii, Afrldts threaten to attack low lying country, Dlustroui flro at Auckland destroyed seven bulllngs. Lost estimated nt «40,0OO, Steamer Channel Quoon loatoS Querntey, Eighteen passenger drowned. 0 rent discoveries ot gold reported from Winnipeg, North America. Hon. A. I, Clark will be SO thit mouth— and not rrcmloryot. Ruislan and Chinese railway system to bo connected on tho Manchurlan frontier, German legislators still eager for expsn aion ot the trade of the Umpire, Melbourne Stock KicliaiiK'fl business col lapsing under latitude of Intcnio heat, I'rlinltlvo Mcthodltt A-aembly sitting In Melbourne, Fierce buili fires again reported from Zee han, Bishop Bromby drawl a pension from Tat mania. A...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

THK WKATHElt. niUBUAKE, Monday,— The following fore cast for to-inoraow waa issued this ovcnlng : —Flue and clear with scattered clouds, warmer ac-ontlng to our calculatlona. There now exlata a disturbance or storm named ' Wacko, ' iha centre of which Is approximately 1.S00 milts west from Ilob.rt. This storm will bring a heat wave with a cool change following. LAUNCKRTOK, Monday,— Tho weather U hot. No sign of rain,

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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SOMERSET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

SOMKKXUT, There wore thrcn distinct fires nt thli Circular place, One cimu nluug from the dm, tt« fltci »r other wna » rc»lv«l uf the emiiurs whloli binai itrunB haeii tiuoulderliin lu Mr M'lW.i'a |.a,l .i«l I A large fur a turuii|;lit, und iliu Ihlid cimu fr,» back of Henbrook Uieek ami burned thionglwmlt Itexp, Hunday, Ou B.tunlay Ihu Hiu HttieM Maland nc J4ber Uoburuou'4 pruuurty and ll «ai vuifeatt, W with great iliilltiulty lli.l lio s»Vu.i hU luiHand is lo Meora t'reiieli, MugK, ami U'u.lvsrd lutwaHto ee similar narrow cm.'S|na of lioiu^ lult Ihnti il.lo com] lets anl tliere waa genernl i-onatorritilKa Macro amongst nil Ihu autlleri. Mr I'llinuuilq, (devalue lust liu b.iru anil wliuat, Mr Ll.,g aei., |a[B!Moflt, ? of his crop, Mr J. ll.ywuol Ura» v,,lw,i bat fror at «M; Mr I'. AinDtrong, h numliir Ititlon. 1 cattle, Mr Hiiln lelicluu anl tr.i,' l.cuofMm beavlrat lo-ert arn Mr 11. Olrl who had liilljrodlbly al 700 bushi.-la ui k'raln ile.troyud, and Ulathelani K, iMcDjuuM, wlio...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GREAT BUSH FIRES. NORTH WEST COAST. DAMAGE OVER £10,000 Many Settlers Homeless. ENORMOUS LOSS OF PROPERTY. STOCK ROASTED ALIVE. MILKS OF COUNTRY DEVASTATED. THE FIRES STILL RAGING. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

OPAT BUSii FIPS, NORTH WTST COASI\!i; — ' l DAIIitllS OYKIl ^10,000' Man7 Settlers Homiliai, [ KNOUMOUB LOSS OF PIlOPBtlTY. ' Ll STOCK ItOAHTKD AL1VM, J MILKS OF COUNTRY DKVASTATED,' THK FIUKB HTlLIi RAGINQ, )? (r.T oun ow« iiti'oiiTKn.) iJHIV'i,' A terrible calamity has fallen upon lerf|*jji°o{* North Wott Oostl, anil tho wrecked homtjataj Bluht ? steads, ilevnstaled firmi, and charred f*nct£Sw«- ?-: only partly Inillcato tbo cnoimous extont u/1? *F0|''( tbo cntastri.plio which ? has befallen lhi,c'|s at' sctllen, and, indirectly, tho people of lit froan tho mania, At present no noourato ettlmato cm ,i bo foimod of the extent ot the ilsmtjo, f0, , ,.j v}1 the dungar ia inl yet our, and thoto who iti Unaluly not still flghlliiK Ilia fire fluud are tod lienll.tint Ilieri! dtreil lo reokunup lliulrlu«Beiiibutcalcul«W«t^ roughly, and wltb|aueh reliable data at 1,' »{'-§ available «10,000 will not cuvir Iho Ion HIcH n ivlileh Is at piucut dliojvumi. The li»i«n(j anil ne which w»a rgcoii...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 8 February 1898

A UIRAOULODS KSOAPR. Mra Shekleton'a homestead at Seabro'?™' had a most extraordinary osuapi. Thtir^''' swept through tho property, devastati'™ 'v crops, garden and shrubs and twloo IgnBgl™1.'! tho timbers of the house. Tho gate off**'1 opened to effect a quick claWi,™ nneo but tho efforts ot wllllft'5*, ° workera extlngulthel tho liatnos and t?Lf2' danger pisicil uver. At this pilntot thoro1 J™' tho lek-graph poles warn burned, and MiItSJ!' , Bheklotun lotlalncd » nasty accident r JJJP drilling ngulnat the fallen wire ashe enttn ''V I hit gate on Sunday night. The fire It A'Aii1,8' raging nt 'Altnvlllo' (Mr Ilrown't), »2if^' other properties adhcont, -iiki

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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