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HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 November 1897
IIOIIART PilODUCK MAltlCET. Saturdny'n ' Mercury' reports tho follow ing ruling prices 1— Flour, tine, lo *12/10/| Bccondu, ill. Wheat, j/9, I)r«ii, Uil. Slurps, JSO. Oats, 2/3. Capo barley, 2/0. drey pea*, 8/11. Tares, !i/. Hay, «?». Obntt, £-1/10/ to £.|/IB/| irhenti-n »li«»» clmff, HWW oaten »lri\w cbatT, «2/lli/ to ill Hops, llrm at 1/. Potatoes, £2/6/ lo £2/10/ for old [ uoiv pot«l«Wi 8/ lo D/ per owl. SwcdiB, 20/ to i!0/. Onloni., 80/ per owt, In gieat demaud. Turcs, 0/0. Bye, 0/0. Fie»h butler, lOd lo ]]d ) bpst fresh, 1/ 1 imported. 1/1 t cream separator, 1/. Ohcfii', fld to 7d, Honey, 3d to Id, Kggs, lid tu lOd. Hams, 8d lo Ud, llacou, 7d to 7Jd, Lard, 7d,
Intercolonial. HUSBAND'S LIABILITY FOR WIFE'S DEBTS Daylesford(Vic), Oct, 27. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 November 1897
InlortMslunlul. IIOSIIAND'3 LIAIUMTV FOR WIFB'B DEUT8. DavleBfonl(Vlo), Oct. 27. At Iho local Pollco Court ytsterdny, a draper named Twlnrra sued a man nniucd Hobertson lor goods Biippllnl to defendant's family. Drtcmlant dejwud that bu had told h's wlfu over two years ago not to pk'dgo his ciedlt with locnl tradespeople. Tho Police Magistrate (Sir Rowan) talil Ibrre wero a number ol lullngs on tho law point, an.l nil were unnnlmons that If a husband had Inf.irini.'d his wlfo that she must not pledge his credit (even If no ono clue were told of It) Uu husband was nnt ll.ible for debts aftcrw.uils contracted, nnd he nml not a.lvcttUc Hut prohibition. Tho caso was tlh.ml.wd.
ANGLO, FRENCH, AFRICAN COMPLICATION. London, October 29 [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 November 1897
ANOLO.FRKNOH.AFRIOAN COMPLICATION. Lou. Ion, October 29 Tho Paris newspapers aro woiklng up excitement over the rlv.il Anglo French clalmi to Niger territory, and tho Colonial Party Insist that M. Hnno tanx, French Minister ol Foreign Affitrs, must uphold Iho rights of the Republic, es pecially as concerning Nlkhl and lloussa territory, The French Government have do olded not to rcooRiiIne tho Niger Company's treaties until officially commnnloatcil with by Qrcat Ilrllaln,
LABOR V. CAPITAL. THE PROPOSED CONFERENCE THE LOCKOUT EXTENDING. AMALGAMATED ENGINEERS' MANIFESTO. THE EMPLOYERS' REPLY. London, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 November 1897
LABOR y. CAPITAL. THK ril0rO3KD~CONFEIlKN0K. THK L0CKOUT~KXTENDIN_. AMALCIAMATK!) ENGINEERS' MANIFESTO, THK EMPLOYERS' RKPLV. London, October 2a. Tho prospect* of a speedy conference on tho labor strlko nro declining, Mr lluncs, representative of tho Lnbor Patty, says If the federated employes Insist on elimination of tho demand for reduced liouis of labor from tho ll-t nf subjects to be dUcuiscd, Iho nun will, ns h miller of courau, rofusj tn enter upon a confereueo. TI1.1 Kedernt.d Trn.h'a havo naked Mr Illlchh', 1'r.sldent of Ihu Hoard ofi'l'pd.', to arrange a Omferenro with employerii rclutlvo to bourn of Inlmr, but Ultchlu thinks thk would bo Inopportuii.', and would only com plicate thu picucnt situation, ln Ibis opinion Ihu Trades Unions have concurred. John ItitriiH s.iy.t ho will not r. _rot a tern poraiydirctslnn of llrillsh trade If It rerv.s to brca'k down the tyranny of Capital. Later. Thu Federated Kmp.oyers continue lirm In their rraulva In oppoio all active Kympnihy ...
SUDDEN DEATH OF LOAR ROSMEAD. London, October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 November 1897
SODDKN DKATII OK LORD HOdMlCAl). London, October 29. Lord llnimrad, Ilirl, O.O'M.O. (Hercules Ofoi«e llobril R.,binann), ix-Colonhil Oo vernnr of Honukmn!, C'ylon, New South Walts, New fcal.ind, »nd tlm Cupe, and who resigned the a..v1rnnr«hlp ol Oapo Colony In Fidiruarynf the present year, has died sud denly. Ho was 73 yeara old. fTho ilcccascil was » win ot Admiral llrr culea Koblnnon, nnd wna liotn In 1834, nnd In 18411 married Iho lion Nea Honed' Amour Anncsley, daughter of the tenth Viscount Vnlonlla. I.011I Ilosrccad had during his oMlelul enreer been entrusted with vailous and Imporl.d dlplomnlio ifrvlccs, In bin early days he was nn oftlcrr In the »7lh FuFlllcro.]
News From Abroad. British and Foreign. DUCHESS OF TECK'S DEATH. London, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 November 1897
News From Almuul. ?IrMUli mi (I JPorclifii. DU0IIKS3 OF TBOK'H DBATIf. London. Oflnlirr 9.H. It Is ofl'lcl illy announced that Iho cau-o ot tho dealh of Ibn Duchess of Trek was tho rrourrinoo or nn Inlcrnal malady. Up till Monday last her Illness waa apparently nnt of n sirloua nature, but on Tumiay tho Duchesi became worse, and n consultation of her meillcal advisers was hold, nnd It was decided lo pcifurm acrlllcal operation. This was successfully curled out, bnt tho Duchess gradually sank unlit aho expired. Her bus bind Is thoroughly pro-lrato I with grief nt the loss of his wlfo. later. Tho Duchess lived for Ihrco hnuis after the operation h.vl been poifnrmcd,«n.lrceovcr«l from Iho ilToctHi.r Ihu npiiMtbellcs ndmlnls. lercd tn her. Sho conversed iho.rliilly with her dauijhtor, huibaud, and aon Alexander, and then suddenly her heart f iITl-.I. an.l svn copo cnsneil. A Court Circular lian been Is. sued, Intimating that tho Qin'cn Is much af fected nt Iho death of tho Duchess, hut ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 November 1897
___ llllNllltlNft iVolll'O. THE EMU BAY RAILWAY COMPANY. THE WORKERS ( V\ SAVE MIIMIV IIY IIUV1NG III II It Itl -|l lltlUIMS G. D. DAVIDSON'S, MELBOURNE HOUSE, BUHNIE, Whoro they oan dopond upon sotting tho Boat Valuo for Monoy in Taomania. MEN'H HTRONO IULTIO JKIIMKV ULUEYH, RAIN IllMIBTINQ MEN'S STIIONU HARD WKAll HIIIHTS, STHONO AH LEATHER MKN'fl KLONDYKE WOOL HIIIIIT.-I, TA8MAN1AN WOOL MKN'H TA8MANIAK FLANNEL UNDKItS, AT FAOroilV I'KIOKS MKN'H I.1ON MOI.K TRO11HUR3, AT FACTORY PRICES MKN'S TUCI-O'.WAIl VELVET OOHD THOUHEH8, AT FACTORY PRICES MKN'H STRONG WOO!, ASM) KINOERINU HOX, W15AR RlttflHTINO IIOOTN! HOOT* ! JIOOTM 1 .1. BLUNIMTONK'H Celebrated Heavy Ilnnl. for Ihu O»mp 01 KIcM »t FACTORY I'lUCKS J. IILUNDSTONIC'H Celebrated Solid Leather L.L'ylni!* Ml'JUCIAX CJIE-11 1'CIICIIAMU of ion pnlra of Men's Mole Trousers tn bo .7)1.1 at Bo lid tho pnlr. usually fold at 8). Thla linn was secured by in from a Sydney Manufacturer nml will bo foil ml a (1 real IlMHalii. COJIK ICAIU.Y ...