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NEW SOUTH WALES V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A WIN FOR THE WELSHMEN.. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

NEW SOUTH WALES V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A WIN FOR THE WELSHMEN. . Sydney, Wednesday. The match New South Wales v. South Australia was concluded to-day, the New South Wales team winning by three wickets and six runs. Scores: — South Australia, 164 and 469; New South Wales, 879 and 260 for seven wickets. A New Year's Gift.— The sea Btill gives up its riches about the Rebecca Beach, on the West Coast, so named on account of the wreck of the Rebecca, which occurred in the locality about 45 years ago. A horseman riding along noticed the other day a piece of wood showing out of the sand. Dismounting, he gave the piece of timber, a tug, and it came away readily, disclosing the bottoms of a dozen bottles. Hearing of former finds of a similar nature, he went to work carefully and with a will, and dug out 11 bottles of wine. A nice New Year's gift. And such wine ! . The piece of wood first noticed was one 'of the sides of the cose, which contained 12 bottles. The contents of one had been destroye...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE WEATHER. Sydney Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

THE , WEATHER.' . Sydney/Wednesday. Rain has fallen over a' great many diS' tricts'of New South Wales. ' * ' ' -

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

Cricket. A. E. Trott, playing with the English team in South Africa, secured 12 wickets for 40 runs in the first innings, and 8 for 26 in the second.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping. DEVONPORT. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

; Shinning1. ./*\ ? ? — — : ?j* DEVOffPOllT; .'' ARRIVED. I January 11— Kawatiri, ss, 453 tons, A. 0 F. Anthony, from Melbourne. Passen .'pf gBre:— Saloon— Mr and Mrs 'Williams, , Miss Stevenson, Mrs Bussel and infant. ij January 11— Amy, bs, To tons, T. 1 Holyman, from Launccston. January 11— Penguin, ss. 824 tons, H. A. Morrisby, from Hobart via Straliau and Burriie. January 11— Annie, ketch, 49 tons, J. Rockwell, from Melbourne. I*.-' SAILED. ' January 11 — KawatiriJ ss, 453 tons, A. | I\ Anthony, for Strahan. ? I January 11 — Amy, ss, 75 tons, T. Holy man, for Stanley. . January 11— Penguin, ss, 824 tons, H. A. Morrisby, for Melbourne. ? Passcn gers:--Saloon— Mesdamcs Johnson; Misses Dunn, Powell, Washington, Macdonald ; ? ? Messrs Dunn, Wilson, and Campbell ; and 2 in the steerage. : ,_a'\k.' . , Ijironrs. .January 11 — Perss Kawatiri, from Mel bourne :^ — 1 i-csk whisky, W- Lawson; 42 pltgs reapers and binders, 1 wheel, H. . Phillips ; \ dbl cs fruit, C. Ah Tit ; 1 steel plate...

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Intercolonial. NEW SOUTH WALES. V DEATH FROM THIRST. Sydney, Wedneday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

Intercolonial. \ NEW SOUTH WALES. DEATH PROM THIRST. ...' Svdnev. Wednesday. A man named Walter Erby, a resident of North Melbourne, has died of thirst on Urrino Station; in the . Paroo' district; 'A note scratched on deceased's billy read, ' I perished from want of water. '

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Commercial. Friday evening [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

Commercial. ' Advocate ' Offico, ? Friday ovening Potato dealers are again on the move . and £4 to £4 5s is being offered for next week's deliveries. From extracts in a letter ?wIhjhiji- Syaney houso to a firm here, and kindly placed at our disposal, the shipment from hero so far are not particularly satis factory, in fact, Sydney locals are superior. Of course, owing to delays in the depar ture of the steamers, the shipments were bound to Buffer to a considerable extent, . but unfortunately this is not the only ^~f ault to be found. The samples are not Well graded, and to make mattors worse ' old second hand bags have been used to send them in, with the result that, by the lime they arrive in Sydney they lookany thing but hinting. It is one of the 'great mistakes annually made by farmers, send ' ing in old bags, some of which are , almost rotten, and steps should at once be taken to remedy the evil. New sacks well filled make the appearance more ' taking to the eye, and consequentl...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRIKE AT WAPPING. London, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

STRIKE AT WAPPING. London, Jan. 11. The whole of the non-unionist wharf laborers employed at Wapping, the locale of the London Docks and other large shipping interests, have struck for .the rate of pay given to members., of the' unions. v....

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

AT INTEREST '' Pleiso, sir, will jou give me t penny, only R» penny?' ,; , 'No, go along with yon ! I never giro money #o it rent beggnrs !'' . Anil Mrs. Parker sat, if it mn possible, a .triflu more creek in her seat, and grasped her timbralla tighter around thi handle. Bat bee fcosbana, Paul Parker, on whose kindly face the Iboy turned hia gue, said :— ' Sco here, boy. I've only got half a orown, and it's more'n I ought to give away. I shall be 'here at three o'clock this day week, apposite / this very tavnrn. Will yon be hen to pay it |back? Mind, I only leud it to you— and maybe 1 aball be able to find lome work tor yon by that Itimo-1' : ? ????;? ' Yes, air,' laid the boy, gleefully, as he Scrambled np the side of the wheel. ' ' I will 'be here, rare.' 'You're a fool.Paul Parker,'aaid the woman, angrily, ' to be soatterin' your money about in that sort of way. Do you suppose you will iw;aee it again ?' , ? ? . . 'I hope so, wife,' laid the old man, touching Ilia plieid hone gen...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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EMU BAY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

EMU BAY PRODUCE MARKET. A few lots of potatoes continue to arrive at intervals, but' business is almost susr pended, there beinerno steamer for Syd ney before Wednesday or Thursday next. Several r farmers, under- the impression that a boat was to ? leave this week, had commenced digging, but discontinued work when they found there would be none till the 20th '(Wednesday) at' the earliest. It.' is expected that by this boat the. export season from-' Burnie, will commence, and that about 600 bags will be exported. The quotation is about £1 10s. One dealer yesterday bought a few tons at £4 15s, the sample being very good and the tubers well set. In. other lines locally, chaff' has sustained 'another fall, and is hard to sell &t from ;£2 to ;B2 2s 6d. Oats ave worth from 2s 2d to.2s4d.; Other quotations aro merely nominal. j

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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THE PLAGUE AT BOMBAY. OVER 1,000 DEATHS A WEEK. London, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

r THE. PLAGUE AT BOMBAY. OVER 1,000 DEATHS A WEEK. London, Jan. 11. The bubonic plague is raging at Bombay with terrific virulence. The death-rate is ovor 1000 a week. , .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

Wanted WANTED— Active GIKL for wrapping. Hours, 9 to 6. UOSSETOn, Devon port. TC^ANTED EVERYONE TO KNOW. Large Assortment o£ WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, SPECTACLES, etc^ Good, Cheap. HEPWORTH, WATCHMAKER, ROOKE STREET, DEVONPORT. ?Miscellaneous. _-T JOHN'S CHURCH, WEST DEVON O PORT. ANNUAL Sunday So-ool Festival, SUNDAY NEXT, 15tb JANUARY. Services -—8 tun , Holy Communion. 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7 p.m. 1 S|jccial Hymns. Afternoon, FLOWER SERVICE and Distri bution of Prizes. Rev J. K. WILMER will officiate at all the services. SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT — Thursday, January 26, Mersey Bluff. 'Wavine,' NATURE'S HAIR TONIC AND' CURLER. Cannot injure the most delicate hair, but promotes the growth, and prevents the hair falling out. Is a delicate and effectual luxury for the Toilet. Price, Is 6d and 2s 6d,pee bottle. DQSSKTOR'S PHARMACY, DEVONPORT. Tenders. TENDERS will be received by the under signed, until January 28, for the' ERECTION OF A: VILLA RESIDENCE ?AT 'WEST DEVONPOBT. Plans and speci...

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Branding Cattle. A NEW SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

Branding Cattle. ;i NEW SYSTEM; .?=' A Jarge;sum is annually, lost in the colonies through the system adopted- of branding, catue. deteriorating' the hides. According to the information furnished to Mr Taverner, the Minister of Agriculture in Victoria, a Mr Gibson, of New Zealand, has hit upon a means of branding which, while securing the,, permanency of the marks,', does not in any_ way. injure the skin. . He intends ' arranging with Mr Gibson, who will be in Victoria in a few days, to give a trial of his patent in the presence of the Ministers of Agriculture, who will be holding a conference 'in Mel bourne at the time. The. patent is a chemical solution, which is applied with the ordinary branding irdnsTonly the sur face of the letters is flattened out so as to better hold the solution. It is said that the patenfhas been tried with successful results in New Zealand. Sir Edward Braddon, as Minister of Agriculture, should have .this matter.. fully 'inquired into, as if'Mr Gibsorfs.n...

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For the Farmers. REMEDY FOR CHOKING CATTLE [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

Tor tke Fiiriuei-s. ? r ? , ._ .'-f EEHEDY FOR CHOKING CATTLE.^. .{ The following remedy, for choking oitfie' seldom fails. If the substance is so large that it lodges in the throat, get some . one with .a, small hand to take it out, but if it gets started , ? down the guzzle, throw a large spoonful of ' powdered saltpetreon to the roots of the':;! tongue. As soon as this has had time to dis^.' ' solve, or in 15 or 20 minutes, the substa'ncp^. will go down withont any further trouble, ase ? the salfjKre causes the guzzle-to 'stretch so- ? - that anything that will go down the throat will go clear down. . ? ?

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CROP PROSPECTS IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

CHOP PROSPECTS IN VICTORIA.-. ,1 . b: ? ' J'-Tfc.. -?*?; The season throughout the greater portion,,. \} y of Victoria is proving remarkably favorable jm, «fe for the rural producing interests. Thegrati-- '* ' \ fy ing information that the wheat! harvest 'is''' - '-J turning out much better than was expected * ' £ is now proved to bo correct by the actual _ t ? ?\ 'yields obtained from the fields already har-~ '- -3 vested. A large quantity of wheat will be ' . ' ^ available for export, but, unfortunately, low \.f£ prices are likely to rule, and the net result to , \ f the producer will be less than he deserves for , 'j$ his patience, perseverance, and pluck. Pro-,\, \i$£ bably the Railway Department will benefit '. ? J^ most, on account of the exceptionally large ? {§? quantity of wheat that will have to bT'carC*~— *~fc1; ned. Already large quantities of grain are,-, ' e-T being brought to the railway stations, and the, ?- k| signs o£ the times indicate a very busy season.' . (iis ...

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THE WEST AUSTRALIAN WHEAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN WHEAT CROP. In consequence of the abundant harvest in , -| the eastern districts o£ West Australia, and ji i v the fact that the mills can only buy up to - ff their grinding capacity, thereisa slump inlthe ''* '^'1 pnee of wheat there, which has fallen '(sajs ' -*.-.1 'Mondny'b 'Argus') to 2s lOd, aud a further, s \f- fnll to 2s Gd is expected. Chaff is also falling,'.. ; J- and is practically unsaleable, except at what iZL . *5| isdesciibedasaniiniiiis price. Buyers toe' 'H offering £,i for the best samples, but a lovnaf-1- ' price is shortly expected. The Minister of,(,~ v Lands expresses the opinion that the require^,' , mcuts « ill be 850,000 bushels' wheat for flourLi,J\ ami 250.000 for seed, and it: is questionable ' ' i w hether gro« ers ha\e that quantity.' -He ad-- «- vises'thosc able to hold to do so';' The absence of reliable statistics has prevented n proper' preparation beine made. . , . '

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Ulverstone-Burnie Railway TURNING THE FIRST SOD. THE CEREMONY PERFORMED BY LADY BRADDON. A BRILLIANT GATHERING AND A SUCCESSFUL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

Ulrerstoiic-Biirnie Railway TURNING THE FIRST SOD. THE CEREMONY PEBFORMED BY LADY'BRADDON. A BRILLIANT GATHEKING AND A SUCCESSFUL OPENING. The official commencement of work od tho Ulvcrstonc-Burnie BaUvvay was made on Wednesday last in tho presence of alarge gathering, Lady Braddon turning tho first sod. The weather was showery but fine during tho ceremony, which took place about 800 yards from tho'Ulverstono rail way station. Elaborate preparations had been mmic for the event by the contrac tors, a stream of bunting across tho line giving the proceedings o gay appearance. Thore was a large crowd on the station when the special train from Launceston drew up, having on board amongst others Sir Edward and Lady Braddon, who were received by Mr Freeman, one of the con tractors. Mr Cheverton, his partner, was absent owing to serious illness. After waiting half an hour for n shower to pass a move was made to the place selected for tho opening ceremony. The Ulverstono Band, under Bandmaste...

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A NEW SUBMARINE BOAT. EIGHTY MILES UNDER WATER. London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

A NEW SUBMARINE BOAT. EIGHTY MILES UNDER WATER. London,' January 11. If. Zedi's now submarine boat has suc cessfully accomplished a voyage under water from Toulon- to Marseilles, a dis tance of 80 miles. The French Minister of Marine was so satisfied with the experi ment that he ordered another boat.'

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THE LATEST FROM GATTON. IMPORTANT DISCOVERY AT THE SCENE OF THE MURDERS. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

THE LATEST FROM GATTON, IMPORTANT DISCOVERY AT THE SCENE - OF THE - MURDERS. ? Brisbane, Thursday. An important discovery has been made . in connection ?with the Gatton tragedy. Articles havo been found by the police in a culvert near the sliprails adjacent to the paddock in which the murders were com mitted. The police decline to describe tho articles, but it is generally supposed that one is a rifle. The Bench. — The annual meeting of magistrates was held at the East Devon port Court House on Wednesday, there ' being present : — Messrs P. C. Maxwell, P.M., and J. Dunbar, W. Aikenhead, D. Cocker, J. 7'. Homy, J. Murray, R. D. Stewart and S. Phillips, J's.P. Mr Max well was appointed chairman of the Court of General Sessions for the ensuing year, and the Licensing Bench was elected. as follows : — Messrs Aikenhead, Murray, M'Farlane and Phillips, with Mr Maxwell es officio.

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THE DREYFUS CASE. "THE GREATEST OF ITS SCANDALS." THE REPUBLIC IN DANGER. London. January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

THE DEEYPUS CASE. 'THE GBEATEST OF ITS SCANDALS.' THE REPUBLIC IN DANGER, London, January 11. . M. de Blowitz, the Paris correspondent of the ' Times,' declares that the resigna tion of M. Beaurepaire, the President of the Court of Cassation, is immeasurably the greatest and most disgraceful of the Drey fus scandals. The effect of .the blow on the stability of, the present Government must, he asserts, be disastrous in the ex treme, and he fears that that the Republic itself will hardly survive the shock? The 'Daily News ' says that ,tho re signation was a carefully planned political manoeuvre intended to involve the Govern ment.

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A CHAT WITH MR FEEBMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 13 January 1899

A CHAT WITH MR FREEMAN. _ In : conversation with a representa tive of the 'Advocate,' lit Freeman stated that the preliminary clearing work of the line, from Ulverstone nearly as far as the Blyth, was well advanced, about 80 men being at present employed. They expected to mike a good 'Start with the earthworks in about a month's time. Some delay had occurred owing to the absence of Mr Chaplin, the engineer, who is at present in West Australia. When in full work, Mr Freeman expects that from 150 to 200 men will be em ployed. Generally, the construction will be easy, but the erection of the bridge across the Leven River : will present some little difficulty. They intended to pay from 6s to 7s per day wages, according to the ability of the workmen. In the matter of rations for the men, the contractors in tended to treat all storekeepers and others alike, and they hod decided to accept orders given by the workmen in payment for goods supplied to them. Mr Freeman hoped that if there had ...

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