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MAIN ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
MAIN ROAD HOARD. The secretary w-b Instructed to write to the Mlnlilcr uf L.nnila nnd Works with reference to the subsidy that had not been received by thu board for tho prcaciit year nnd ask that It might bu paid n» noon nt possible; nlm lo enquire why thu public work, gtnnt had beuu allowed lo tho Emu Hay and Motion Road lion nit nnd none to the Tablo Capo Board, and to request Hint an Increased grant Im allowed to this dis trict n. it It urgently needed. Tbo oiler ot Mr I'\ Stuttord of Hya hoapt of metal owned by him and slacked nlong tho road., at tl/ll per yard, wna dcoltnud, Tho, following tunders for delivery ot stone on tho road nt plaeca specified wcru accepted 1-110 yarda In each of two plnces, 3/3 per yard, W, Powiolt ; 00 yards aud 100 yurda In two pl.oea, 2/U put yard, W. Smart 1 60 ynrda at lOS.inllu, 4/ por yard, O. A Alexander I (10 yards In caoh of four places, 2/ per yird, Q. Shckloton, ' '
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
siiii'i'ivc;. IIUU.%112. AuiTlVED. Nov. II— Amy, as, 00 torn, J, Holyman, from Launccston, , , Nov. 11— Wareatoi, i.«.,100ton»,A.Lloyc1, Nov. 12— Amy, a..,, 00 tons, J. Uolyman, from Wynyard, BAILED, Nov, 11— Amy, as., CO tons, J, Holyman, for Wynyard. Nov, 12— Wareatoa,a.«., 400 tons, A.Lloyd, for Launccslon. Nov, 12— Amy, a.s , 00 tons, J. Holyman, for Launccston. Tho M. Amy arrived from Launccston via Intermediate ports at 2,10 p.m. on Thursday, left for Wynyard at 8 p.m., returned yester day morning and left itgnln for Duvonport Tho a a. Wareiitea arrived from Hobart vht Strahan about midnight on Thumlay, landed a number of trucks and other plant for the Emu Ray Railway Co., and left for Launccs ton about 7.110 yesterday morning. Sho la due hero to-night, for paaaenRora only, on her way toStrnhnn. The ketch Ukurd, which waa cntorod out lit Melbourne on Hov.mber 0, for Ulvoratono, Wtnyard and Lnunceaton, with » cargo of ueuern.1 morchandlso, dl.t not clear Quwns Slltt until Wudnu...
Table Cape Road Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
Table tape Jtoud Trust. The postponed meeting of this trust was held at the C0H1M Palace, Wynyard, on Wud ncsdny nf lernonn, and was unusually lcni;thy, A large amount of buslncu bad to bo ttans nc'id nnd the dltcusslons wtro moru numer ous nnd varied than is generally tho case. Tho following trustees wcro present:— Messrs E. Cooper (ca.ltiuan), W. Garner, E, Stutterd, T. II, Margctt* nnd T. U. Dunlam. Tbo following accounts wcrn pasted for payment i— W. Smart, (11/15/! O. A. Alex, nuder, £4)5/ 1 inspector, £3/(1/0 1 J. Hard man, £1/5/ 1 J. !!,rj-u, 10/11 ; K, Frltuloy, 5/ ; A. Joyro, 7/| J. II, Smith, 5/; F, Slutlurd, £14/I2iil. A final! quantity of atnne on the Flower dalo road, near Mr Poku's gittc, was claimed by Mr Margctls, un.U clilm wns malu by Sir James Hylaud for payment u( 1/ per yard for GO yards uf elonu, which hu asserted had been taken by Ihu trust whilst his properly on the Mount Hick., ioa.1, and also a claim tu nwnrrahlp uf about 100 yarls ot stone still laying on ...
COMMERCIAL. The Wellington Times Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
COMMERCIAL. The WMlm/tim Time* Offlci', Filduy Evening. There Is hardly any changa to report In Iho local prodnco market, Tu-ilay's nhnlesalo buying quotulli.ni weroaa fullnw :— I'oinloeH *S/IO/tu«;l/ir-/j Chaff «4/12|fi to £5, very scarce; oat*, 2/1 to 2/H landed from other potts i wheat,4/n to 4JII i grey pens, 3/11 tu I/, very few offering ; f rrsli butter, farmrrs' 8 1 to !ij, In mudrratu uupply ; farmers' bacon, 7d to Ud, very scarce ; hams, HI lo 10d, very scarce j egg*, Ud to 10.1, Bcarcoj lard in not oblalnnble. New potatoea nro being sold re tail (by the Chinamen) at Gib fur I/I green pcan, 1/0 per buekut j gooseberries, 4d pi-r quart, Muat quotations !— Ilecf, 3210 to 115/ per 1001b) mutton, 82/0 to 85/, scarce; lambs, 10/ to 12/ each ; pork, Sid to 4d per Ib, scarce, Twelve hundred Lancashire cotton manu facturer, havo momorlallncd Sir Michael Hlckt-Beach, Chancellor of the Exchequer, nut to tamper with the present system of monometallism.
LATROBE STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
LATROHE STOCK BALE. Mr Georgo Atkiimon hold n aalo nt his yard*, Lntrobc, on Wednesday, when the fol lowing lota wero disposed of :—3 sows, all each 1 7 ditto, 18/; CO csossbrcd ewea nnd Iambi, IS/1 1 40 ditto, few lambs, 12/U 4 crossbred ewes nnd hmba, 18/0 ; pen fat) owes, IS/; fat steer, «8/16/; ditto, «8/lfi/; ditto, £8/17/0 j 2, at £0 each ; 1 ditto, «18 I 1 ditto, 47/7/; 2 fat cows, £11/10/ pair ; 9 ditto, etl/17/ each j fntcmv, £11/16/; ditto, £0/18/11 to £4 1 0 2yro)d, .10/ : pair bullocks, fill! pair; pon calves, 10/; 8 fat heifers, Binall, £3/12/ each ; pon atuort, £11/10/ ; 32 2yr olds, £2 ; 2 cowa, 48/18/ pair I pon good yearlings, 23/; 4 heltrri, £2/5/| 11 2yr olds. £2/0/; pen heifer*, S9/0 ; 0 cows, £8/19/0 the lot 1 7 2yr olds, 85/1 i ditto, B9/| milch cowi, £8/1)/, £4, £4/15/1 odd stcora, £3/Q/ to £5fI0/| 4 bullock), £20/15/ tho lot ; i ditto, £22/19/tl| pony, £4 1 hack, £5JU/t sot harness., £8 1 llghtoart, £0/17/0. Fowl. and aundrlei, good rates,
STODDART'S TEAM WILL NOT VISIT TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
BTODDAIIT'B TEAM WILL NOT VISIT TASMANIA, Ladnoeston, Friday.— Mr HobUIrk, who returned from Melbourne to-tlay, atatti that he lnteiv|owod Mr Stodilart with iho view of ondcavotlng to Induco him lo bring hi. team lo Launceslon, but without succeed, Ur Sloddart dcollnca to entertain any propositloni on tho matter, Eaht WKi.i.isoro.s1 PiiKuuitiHir I.l.T ? To N ivcmlmr ». ? 3 i 1 I i Wynyinl ? 2 2 0 0 8 lluralo ? 8 110 4 Romalno ? 2 110 4 0am ? 3 110 4 Froo Yeomen ... - 11 O 4 Pouguln ? 3 0 2 0 0 'It tub IIkbt om Kaiitii.'— That I what Kdwarda and rarkor, merchants ot I'lalna, Un., any ot Ohamberlalu'a 1'aln Halm tor rheumatism, lamo back, deep aented anil muscular palna, Sold by all denlers, HAT toh AMD Law»| aenoril Agents.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
i The Biggest Mock, Tlie Host Assortment, Ami Lowest Prices In Tasmania. dempsteTrs Manchester Department 1«O piece* IlriM, for Boya Rloutos, Knlckcr Suits, etc Herring-bone pattern In Navy, IJulolicr, Light Hluo, Fawn, Cream, Pink, 8J.I Satln-f.«md Hut;, Hotelier, Ll«ht Blue, l'ltik »n«l Fawn, 10|'t to la «1-I Navy mul White Snipes, 10J.I, l» 0)d Navy rvn.l Uul'ircil ftilpcs, 10i«l, Is Did Corded Dilllf, While, Cream, In, 19 ad Superior Khaki-i-. vjry strung, 1b Uil 01, 1 Bleach Linens, 2i, 2a 3d 175 pes Sliil'tiiiKS. llenutlful 1'iUturni for Tunnla Slilrla, I'yjamn Sull», elc. Tl.rao are quite now to Tas mania, unit mil- 1 command ft ready talc, Samples nuw ready, 1'rlcca 7), I, 8)1!, 101,1, -«i -* »d Flannelette Hlousinns. New and Ka-ctlm Dvrltui. Nary ami Whit' stripes, ltluo ami Whltu, Niivy nnd CIul.l, Marono nml Qold, Black ami Green, muck und White, lied and Wlillo Htrlpt-s. 71.1 , (Send for samples of tills i-plumlltl line.) Whlto Mid l'lnk stripes, White and Black, While n...
The Farmer's Wife as a Poultry Keeper. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
'I'he I'nrincr's Wil« as a Poultry keeper. Bhi- tMli Minus anil ||nrs(uith eaily In Hie monilni;; while ihu dew yet spniklea she glvctb Iho chickens their f,;od In due Shu l,tl-.K.!lh Mod for thu eld and ihe yi.ung | ami urver .i thread does shu rpln eliher In tlm sheet or In h. r otvn halilln. lion. Rhug.ilmirelhciiiis lo pmclivo ineruhiin ill.su ; even tea and colt :«, and silk for the wardrobe of her d.iughi™ Shu ciuntelh every ineniber ot her ll -ck anil tni'leily u.netll fnvthjAVeAHngs, inMng them In hrt hands. Her checks mu mloiued with roses, nnd her cyi's spilklu ml Icr a wldu siiU'liolinet. Hit hiisUn.l ' calletli h, r l.leswd,' and her lal,le Is loaded nllli go,nl tilings. She hith 'ilouilnluu over Iho fowls of t li-j alr,'andclio'iseihtlic be-t, selling nficn i, Irlo at faiiey piled. Shu liteaihui ll.o l«uu nlr | Iwr »plilt. is freo and joyous, and nlilinugli she moils many I'll!', ninoiiglhe fcallur trib.'s, tlv!re Is scarcely a doctor's bill presonted in her family,
Cricket. ENGLAND V. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
Cricket. ENGLAND V. NEW SOUTH WALKS. StDNBY, Frldny.— Tho match between Stoddart'a English eleven and a New South Walct team was commenced to-day, Iho weather being hut. New South Wales batted first but tho innlngt communed badly. Thrcu wlckela imo down for 7.1, I re, laic und Dunnan Improved matters, nnd when the fourth wicket full Iho .core wat 210. Scores 1— New South WAt,na, Flrstlnnings, Trumpor, 0 Rnnjllitohjl ? 5 Gregory, ? 14 Noble, b Rlchnrdson ? 4 Ircdalc, Ibw, b Haywood ? DO Donnan, not out ? 72 Avers, 0 Sloddart ? .15 M'Klbblu, not out ? IU Tolnl ? 2110 |_Tbo above scores are given na received, but arc lomewhat Incomplete,]
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
\(!\vk iii Itiiel. London tin quotation, H-\',\, Warm weather on Thursday. Financial eilsla In Veneituels, llnccs at Rucky Cnpo on Dee, II. A buggy horsu wanted, Hoe advt, 20 young pigs wnntud, Sou ndvl, Xmas toys at Djinpsters, Sue ndvl. Shucking ilomcBllo tragudy In l'arla. New ailvl. (ur Dompstura III this Issue. Sloililart's (cam will not visit Tasmania, Gtiotllla wartaro un the linlhin front lur. 240ncru [arm nl Cam for silu. Meu ndvt, Mr A. I . Clink elected lender ot Oppodt Ion. Niger natives rmlslliiu; French nggruisloii. Steamer wreckml on Lake Erie, IU llvoa lost. Daiiou at S'liueitct next Wednesday . Hen advt. Mhnivery and windy wcitl.er again yes to.day. Tenders wanted tor post and rail fuuclng . Sou adv. Annlvcrstry rorvleu) nt ll-mlln tomorrow, Seundvt. llti Sikhs trappod by rebol tillnu.n in In tlwjungluund killed. Mr »ud Mis C. J. Funtuti have airlred nt Table O.ipu fiuin Hubart, Programme of racesat H.cky Cipeon Doc, 11 advertised In iliUlnsuo. Melbourne wool nalea ...
JOHN HORTON'S WARD. CHAPTER VI (CONTINUED.) PHILIP VERNERS'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
JOHW popff? WAIJD. BY OROSVENOR BUNSTER, Aullior ol Jlni'li I'l'II ? Tim HcvII'm Will!, llensliiiKi's n»-. vi'iihc, XiiIcm or - iIiiicn ami Trliilx, cic,, otu. CIIAl'TEU VI (Continued,) l'llll.ll' Vf.HNI-.lts'H SiOHV, 1 Well, ns I have said, the little girl often ncMmipaniuil me on my shorter vnynpes ; hut she was always carefully alknckil to. Whclhcr an umlcfincd itispicion led my lather lo lake cxlra prccnulluna when entrusting his child t» rny cate, I know nol ; 1 only know that liu ilid take those precautions. Vet I scarcely think ho doubted me — t'nas inconsistent in the face of his trust. I Mippnse that it was what cant calls il natural solicitude for the perfect safety of his Inat. I may sidd iiere, that her mother, having died in KiviiiK her birth, /-'? gradits Chrisli, the pirl's health wits fetlilej and it was fur the sake of strengthening her constitution by chanj;c of air Unit she was permitted to sail so often on my voyages. Well, 1 waited with patience Hilly two years....
CHAPTER VII. MR. SPARKLE DISTINGUISHES HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
CHAPTER VII. Mr. Sparkle Distinguishes Himself, m , Meanwhile, how went matters at the Lodge ? Olive Vcrners, unconscious 0 the commotion her arrival had caused, and tho action it was Icadiiij! l«i willed patiently for tho time when her guar dian should summon her to his home, In Kdilh Morton she found n fiiend who readily sympathised will, her tender sensitiveness, and ns rcnilily protected her from those tudc shocks to which one of her nature would rcadilv bo exposed in constant associa tion with hnrd and unloving people. To do Mrs I lorton justice, she strove her best lo make ihe youn^ creature feel at home. Hut «hc did this rather ns a duty she owed to hospitality than from any wnrm rc;;ard for its object, The lady, in good Irtith, was one of those people who, while they arc in capable of Inspiring affection, are wry jealous of its bestowal upon any other than themselves j nnd she resented the ndvent of one who, as she fnic:a v, would speedily take her place In lur son's heart. ...
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
LAUNOBSTON PRODUCE MARKET. YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS LAUKOuaTON, Friday. — In consequence of feed being more plentiful butter Is now coming forward In largo quintltle*, and pilccB havo taken a furthcrdtudnu. Increased supplies of new potatoes came forward And old onca went back to £3/10/ tu £:I/I2/I1 per ton, whilst new ones sold at l)d per Ib. Principal wholesale price. :— Butter, Icicle, Ud, Bcpnrator, lOJd, dairy 8)d to «}d | eggs, 8,1 to U.I; chceiu, 5,1 to 7d ; bacoi, Od to 7,1 j hums, 7.1 to ejil,