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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
13&1lllllllOIIN. Wynyard Horticultural Show, WKI)NISSDA\7d'k0K»11BII 15. IN TIIK SKATING KINK. OlTlOU I1BAHHIIBI I'l, -lih ill — -Ml 0, OVullnlihiili.l P. Vlci' Dr,.k|,i,.hi.-M.*Kiiil'..l. Miw-b. iizi.., M H.A., I), II. M. IV,,i..n li qnlt/ul', M l-. Mirlln, A. K Iliril-ii. V. H Wlii.l-i.v, W II. Mills Ion (I.J.dtn.. Hi. Slllllmil, I'1. Mtlllliml.,1, 1, Kerum-n. 0. (llhnmir, K, 0 .npiT, S. l-\ IMiluiiU', I'urcy U.v.', J. T. Ujm-ll, anil Dr ' Oommlt'oo-Mml.imia Stultonl, Unr rlson, Windsor, I'riwMly, llnilmni | MIsjm Kenlon, Blntcr, QiUbkIii, North i Miuirs M. B. Martin, J. T. Tyroll, IVtcy Hove, A. B. Karrinin, l'\ l'ikatly, *'. K. Windsor, .1, IGmIoii, 0. 11, llraliiiui, B. li. Kentoii, J. Stuttnrit, Hi. ii. Treasurer— Mr 0, J. Kent™. Hon. tfccroUry— Mrs A. K. Harrlwn. Nclrciliilu, All first nrl«o« will hu fw 'ml second 2s unions ottanvlM; iiimtlonial SH0T1ON A— I'OT l'LANTS 1 Itegnnln, In flower 2 ilpBonla, fiiliaBo ;l Ciclm, ml 4 linctnt, cronni or whlto 5 Ooctii», pink I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
? lliiNliitm* ,Voil-'i-, T H E W O It K E R S ii\\ SAVE MONEY BY IIUYIXW Tlllilll HI (|l IKIJIiX IS a. D. D A V I l/s O N'S, MELBOURNE IjODSE, BUpiE, Whoro thay oan dopond upsa gaWng tho Boot Valuo for Monoy In Taumanla. *! if S* ^ 5rii0N,0 ll'''TllJ ?IHIHKV III.UHVH. ll.MN IIKHIHTINO JlSui ?-1II'Jm' ,,',A1U) WKUl SHIIVrs, HlllOSU AH LKATIIKll MUN'd KLONDVKK Wool, Sllllll'rt, TASMANI \N WOdl, MISN'H TASMANIA.'* FLASNKf, UNOKIIH, AT FAUI'DIIV PKI01W MRM'rl WON MOLB 'nioUSKIU. AT FAOTOItY PltlO IH ?MKN'8 TUfl-O'.WAIt VHI.VICT 00111) TIIOOSKIH, AT IMOTOIIV PHICKS MICN'rt HI'UONfJ WOOL AND KINOKUINii »OK WK III UMUmiNd BOOTH I IIOItTII llOOt.*! .1. HI.USUUOSK'H O.'litat, . ll.'av'y liooii ,}„ thu O.mpo, Field nt FAOTOHV I'lllUUB HVMWM. C. « IP eVUVnMtfVT^^X^Z ««.. ., ,„, ,,,u p ? sun,,, so,,, at 8, Tui'ltjoMra^1' ffu™'^'''' M»-f«««™r and will bo found a Orea, G. D. DAVIDSON, ^IKlTijOlIItNE HOUSE, ? Tho Loading Olothior, Drapor and Outflttor. (t'liremUiiiuiUii'ii of Jteuillng Matter irr ...
Anemia Eats up Vitality. WHY SHOULD GIRLS RENOUNCE THE PLEASURES AND COMFORTS OF LIFE? DR WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE WILL CURE YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
Aiiii'iniii lliifs up Vllnlif.v. WHY HIIOIIM) (IIIILH HKNOUNOB TIIK PI.HA*UIIK3 AND OOMKOIIIS Of MI'lU Ull WIf.MAMV ~'~NK PILLH FOIl PALIS PKOPLU WILL OU1IK XOV. (From tho ' Tariangower Times,' Vlclorlu.) ' .My daiiijliter bud been ulrniig nnd linillliy iiulll almost two yenrs ago,' said MmUjwo, otNoith Maldiou, Victoria, lo uur reporter, ' When ah.i gruw very ptlu and thin. .She beoiin.i wenk nn.l 1 nv-jplillt-l lost her iipp.ttle, her «lcup w.i« troubled nnd rosiles-, nml thu least, cxcrllnn f.itlgia'd her — III fuel, shu had III Ink,, Imt «Ul,.r'H nml l,,r Biippoit when out walking, Hhu wa« i.f u'.m. ileifully nctlvunml cheerful disposition liefuro Ibis cbniigo took place, and tho nllcutlon, thercforu, oiiuc.l im great concern, nnd medi cal aid vvu.i sought. Hut uo gond resulted Heveril mcdlcliius wcru tried, hut she Ijcc.imo' weaker nnd more llstle»s every dny, Thn it.iclorB.ild she was sullorlng frirn in iiiiulu oi poornuM of blnol. Wo then becamo »cr|. i)ii-ly nlarmed, and cnn...
SUNDAY SERVICES. Twenty-Second Sunday after Trinity.) [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
SUNDAY SEUVI0KS. (Tivonly-Sucon I Sunday afler Tilnlt/.) Chutcb ot KnglniKl. — lltmile— U and 7. Somerset — 7. Onm llo.vl— 2 80. Wynjaid — !). Wodoynn Oliuroh— Ilurnlo— Atr Ounnlngj II, Mr (JlliiKt-lllTer 7. Wynyar.1— Mr Tollard !1 nml 7. SIsUms Creok-Mr l'ollard 11. Cum|i Ctuuk— noneivlco. Primitive MclhmlUi Clmrcli ? H'irnic— Ilov lingers II, MlhlM C1j«- II, Mr J. Darker 7. tVcnuiiln— Mr llll.lur 8, M»«t* Siiltika nnd Monaou 7. Sulphur Orcck-Mr lilldiT II, 51m llruwn 7. North .Motion— Mr Chll colt II. l.uven— Mr Chlkott II, Gospel llund 7. Btowport-Mr .(.linker 3. Illylh —Mr Good jun. II, 8Mllo— Hov lingers II nml 7, O.M.I1'. Chinch- Penguin — llev Pavno a 30, Mr Alf. linker 7. i'lnewno.1— ilov l'»yno H, ao»|wl lluul S.i 1 7. Hurnte— PaMnrChmnbuilnln 11 mid 7. llo-nalne-Mr Jones 3 nnd 7, cvitugelisllo suivIrck lu llio cvtulng, Mr Jones niut othom. Wynyard— Mr l'rowioll, Mia Prowno 7. KJowunlntc— Mr Prow-i) 3. Ciiii Hoiul— Mr Dlckur 3. Mt lllckn— G* Uiiniilni|- a, Mr 1'iowvi 7,
FROM FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
U, CI1I.OBKOIIU FATAI.I IT. jjj 'it wn» hrl.l nt tlennllu before Mr |r.!l, into llm death of Palilok $i slncr, agedi!', 'on nf Mr Michael jMliuci, who expired In llio augury | iolion after tlio a linlulitnu loll of !| mm preliminary loan opcMllun, K i Knux, mining manager, ilepos-tl jp taicd lmil lately been drinking ' K- iIc.t ilnya beforn hl« denth Im cum ATI K la|islu in I ho abdomun. Witness |; :l«l llm deceased to Dr Nicholson's p ill »a» present nbout tlio tlmo of 9, |» k. Dr Nicholson deposed that ho iuln M lho-ttcu-«*l M»'l fJumt him milter beel ft lcll«°'lur '-' 'io relief «f which ,oeo ';:-, -J0i lli«-t would tuko abnuU mluiito kllfi: /f1' VTlIS ''eflrnblu. He first g ivu llio thl%tinl(1 of ehlorufarin, hut ho never ^Mwliiiiiucji, Nobody ivns present mnl-H '?' but hl''cl( x''1 ''- wlliicia poffl0' ??-!e«'«l ^wlnK ?*»«?».» of col. H|lliiiln^tun was ml If, I in, but llfo bttlHsct'vhcn liunrrlvo.1. Ur II »rrfn«ton t ,»«ll-«y''»'-'»l'rt'-»- Bxainlnntion, -lc Wlit tath «at cauw...
The Emu Bay Times. Published Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
Cbe €tnn Bay Cimcs. 1'nhliiheil llttry Tuctthy, Thumliij/, an* Sattinliii, SAWUDAY, XUVJUIIIKU 13, 1SII7. IIi:r.!- OVItlt,— Owing lo want of space wo are compelled to surrender tho Leading Aitldo this Itsui), l'AMI.IAMI'.NT,— In the Hou.iuof Assembly nn Wednurday, the 1'remler ulated, iu reply to Mr MuWlllmms that he Imped, If (hue per mitted, the Government will bo able this session to inaku pruvlslou for securing a murs satisfactory Hyatem of registration of votcra. Mr Mutually, having oblulnol the leavo n( the Hounu, moved that tho Meleot Committee on the North Mount Lyell Railway bu em powered to call for peisons and pinera. The motion was agreed tn. Min isters promised lo tablu a totuin show ing the names of all country poit oMuiis sut down In tho estimate* for 18!I8 at £5 per nunum. Thu rent of tha uvenlui was s|-ent In Cummltteu uf Supply, a lengthy ili-liatu taking place on Civil Servicu lncieasea, iVatthj-barklng, Collection of Statistics, nu.t Analyst!, of Bolls, several o...
"God Save the Queen's English." [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 13 November 1897
"God Save the Queen's &nbsp; English." &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; AN AMUSING CASE. The historic man who spoke disrespect- fully of the Equator threw down the gauntlet to the geographers of the world, and Michael Enwright, of Hotham Street, East Melbourne, issued a similar challenge to the grammarians (remarks the "Argus") when he posted a peculiarly-worded notice in the garden adjoining his premises. Mrs &nbsp; Rose Dallimore, who lived next door, and &nbsp; who claimed that she possessed an equal &nbsp; right to the garden, answered with another notice, and the upshot was that she sum- moned Enwright before the District Court for damaging her spectacles and assaulting her. The evidence for the prosecution was that both parties had access to a common gar- den, in which grew a rose bush, much pat- ronised by Miss Dal...
[?] FRONTIER TROUBLE. [?] NORTHAMPTON MEN. London, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
UJFUONTIER TROUBLE. § SOU I HAMPTON MKN\ I London, November 11. Mi William UckliMtlwamiulo ft Mr; of Hamns.r. Tim enemy tite pmltlon, but auba.nucntly «! 'Kllilngi troops, »ud kept up a P Ml, killing Wvtn nml iwnil J helve me reported miming. I alinvoulforcil to aublnll except :? li mid Zukkakhols. Boventy. pi loi the Inttet havo burn dus ! | t Fiancla Hamilton, M 1' , Sec Me for Iii,Im,ii(|iIic«Iiik n nicct t ii,».ild tin- aovcrmnunt pulley |:ti- eennul -uhnii«-lnn, mid to I ihlhofmiiilertrlbe.iiiiiiimllflo j 'ut'.oiilin conantiato ??.iuhkiIi *«ini Mfliminl to bo hold for ful |tiiy obllfillon.. j London, November 12. }:; iiR'Dibcrii nf Ilia Northampton l»llcli fornud tbo iciir-gunnlif |dhul'« foico attneked by rcbulu V»ar country, nro now known to VMtog brnvcly to tlio last. Thoy SWby Ihu roliok
[?] COMPLICATIONS. [?] FRANCE NOT TO TRESPASS. [?] EXPEDITION. [?] BRITISH MINIMUM. London, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
i.N' COMPLICATIONS, rallN'S FRANCE NOT TO ' TIlKSl'ABS. !? OUSHA EXPHDITION, '-t, BRITISH MINIMUM. London, November II. ft hc«i.r.rc8-ivuatllliiilo recently (.: Midi nutlimllln In Africa, mi.1 :l - Mrilory under llillLh pm ?' -4ilsliurv (l.iverniueni. linvii i ' luncc lliit occuiniMiin ni -...«. 11' tunal lcr.'.l n ill»li.iclly uii. V Major .Ullna cummnnda mi It ilmy fuicu In Nltf.r lotrlt.iry. p iiIum been .drauly unit ti.rn If. |i niheis uru under order., lo r* '.lido Later. : iflcrman journals, irfeirlug lo 1,1c by Lunl Salisbury ill I hu fflicl.ln which he k»I.I,hI«iiII1. ;- ii, uimi limit -if furltiiriWK't!, : ? ninlii would not allow philn it vtriil.hii, .I'm! with llio sub R i.li.rj iiixl pncllio spirit. ' November 12 . , n with Iho dllll'Milly which - : U mi to in In this hinterland : Viand Lupin, nml Iho occ.l : i mi Lxixj.lltlun Is lo bo sent I Itontlii Holism lu miilntnlii 1 It will bo undiir llm com , diI hull.coto. Chinljoala will ;- ikh d to neslat the troops. ?l\ ?»l'...
[?] From Abroad. [?] and Foreign. [?] LABOR QUESTION. [?] OBJECT TO HANDLE [?] WORK. [?] CHAIRMAN OF [?] London, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
Ei'Kiiii Aluonil. 1,1, mill VarulKH. BiaiioTqukhtion. BiOIIJKCT TO HANDLE S(EU1CAN_ WOIIK. H,siil) (HIAMIMAX OF H'cOSl'KnKNOH. U i-n7lnii, November II. a,Jijtndr*lUnlon lias r.irbhl.laii ? Unit any Anioilcau-umdii doors ?'Jycrs for nn In Ilia lltlliig ? S rVhirnlcil KnBtnmlnB M T.diicIoii, Nnvomlint 13. ILinntc.l Knulnerrs uruo tho a »( UX'l James of Hereford, ft I) Chancellor of tlio Duchy l,n!l« member of Iho Jiidlolnl lite 1'ilvy Council, nachnlr ?itpoacl cuiifuTunca on present
Hints for Cyclists. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
Hints tor C.vt lists. (lly Sir V. I'.illock, In Ihe 'Westminster Ilinlgel.') Wnuld you llnlsli In good heart, Make no bustle at tlio .tart ; Thla, to climbers nothing now, For tho wheel you'll Mini ns true. Ono time starve, another stuff, Man and wheel soon have enough j Oft and little, nil and meat, Keeps work light anil running sweet, In tho dark or In a crowd Let your boll ling elenr and loud ; Hut when light anil loom are plenty There's no call to ting like twenty. Keep even open ami bcnil cool, Neither breiik uor waive road rule j Of ench cross ru.ii! take good heed ; Shave nut corner* at full speed. Down atmnve hill* with caution tide, Le-t ymi catch n full for pride ; When you know* the coast Is clear Vou may conal and never fear. While back-pcdiilllug may serve, Hold your brake power In rexcrvo j Only bunglers think it undo For e*ach putty downward grade. Of now tangled tricks beware ; Good plain tools ale best for wear ; Among nltlnga queer and new, Fail, nro many, good thi...
Terrible "Sham" Fight Scene. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
Terrible ' Slinni ' V\%\\t Scene. The recent. German mnmeovroi ('ays the tlerlln correapandent ot tho ' Pall Mnll Qa ictto') wcru not so banning nr, porhapa, they ncro Intendud lo bo. The eagerness of the solilioia nt clow quarters was to gical that numerous wounds wero Inlliotcd, Tho re port la even circulated that other than blank cnrtrldgo ware actually used, tho allegations being mmla by tho Octnun pnpors thorn ?elves, Some of Iho rcpoiti ninko one's hair stand on end-they can virtually bo dli credited. The German authorities, perhaps, In older to prevent these Who rumors being circulated, havo departed from tho custom of silence In such mattera, nnd published an official report, tl i« sensational enough . It states thnt exact details cannot bo glvoo, but nine, loldlcra at least were severely wounded. Most of the accidents occurred during civalry attack, tho trooper) being under the command of tho Kalier, Tho cavalry divi sion had crept up unnoticed. Suddenly the cry rang throug...
CUSTOMS DUTIES. THE NEW SCHEDULES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
CUSTOMS DUTIKS. THE NKW BOHKDUt.ES, Launoimto.s1, Munduy,— A special meet ing of iho Chamber of Oummerco was liuld lu tbu Public llnlMlnKi today to coiisldur thu customs propisiiU uf Ihe Treasurer lu connection with Iho Importation of ma terlals for use fur minut.tcturliig ptirpuses, Thoro was n Inrijii attuudancu nnd tho fallowing r.'Bolut'un, proposal by Mr M, K. llo'ilnisa, Bcemtdoil by Mr J, H Anderson, was agreed to t-' That It bo n recommondallon to this Hon. Treasurer that nil goods for manufacturing purposes only, whether imported direct or through ft mor chant, ihDulil bo placed on Iho snmg busts j that tho olauso when Imported by manufac turers to bo mod In their own factory ho Btruck out, and that the doolarnifou hu altered ncoordlngly.'