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THE CATARACT CLIFF GROUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
THK CATAIUOT CLIfK UROUNDS, Launokston, Munday,— At tho City Cutin ell meuilng ihl, uftornooii, Alderman Hultin moved— ?' That lu the opinion nf this Coun cil it Is deslrablu tu rceclnd nil the dccLlnim huw reeurdud upon thu ralmilus bearing uinn tho question uf tho Council tiikini; thu con ttol uf the Cator.ict Ollft Oruunda.uud In the event of Mich a course Icing ii|;iued la Iho qucstlun uf the deiltableiiets of the said grounds being taken uver hu ivfencd tu u commit leu of tliu tvl.ulu Oh.ik'II to report un at nu early dale.' In thucouno uf h|« re marks Ahlermau Suttou co.ifesBcd to havlni; chungeil his mind, and explained that one reason for this was lint hu understood thu forniiilluu of a oimpnny to lake over Ihu Kdiuwls) nml possibly levy bUckmnll on iho cltlz'ns had been mioled. In his opinion Iliu Ounnell should git. hold of tho lenra as booh as possible. The nutljn wna carried,
CHAPTER VIII. MR. SPARKLE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
CHAl'TER VIII. Mil, Si'AKKIX Carlotta was right. Mr Sparkle, with the foresight of the wise general, had surveyed the ground upon which, as he deemed, the b.ittlc was to be fought. Cnrlotfa, with that singular perception ot danger which is an instinct of her race, had watched Mr Sparkle, and ere long recognised him as one associated with the outrage of which she and her young mistress hnd been victims. And Mr Sparkle, con scious of all this, luil deemed that the opening of the campaign must bs con ducted with skill and prudence. Hence he interviewed Mr Bufliej at the Hose and Thorn, and very artfully 'pumped ' that gentleman, a task which was more ensily accomplished by renson of the worthy butler's self-satisfaction with his happy mode of wooing. The honest man, no longer in doubt as to his position in the widow's affections, nn longer felt any ill-will towards Mr Sparkle; and from being his nvowed enemy, became very friendly and con descending towards that gentleman. Carlotla had ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
'I GUESS YOU'VE GOT HIM.' In St. Paul's one day, a London guide was showing an American gentle men round the tombs, ' That, sir,' said the man, 'his the tomb of the greatest naval 'ero Europe or the world hcver knew — Lord Nelson'i, This marble sarcophagus weight 41 tons. Hinside that ii a iteel receptacle weighing 1 a torn, and hlnslde that is a leaden casket, 'ermetlcally sealed, weighing two torn; Hlnslde that his a mahogany coffin 'oldlng the hashes hof the great 'ero, 'Well,* said the Yankee, after thinking awhile, ' I guess you've got him. If he ever gets out of that, telegraph me at my expense,'
Telegraphic News. LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
'rclc»ra|ihic i\e\vs. LAUNUKSTO.V SIIAKU JIAHKKI', I.AUK0KRTOH, M,ind,,y.-To..lay's sales on Ghiui|!e:-J(t,iiiyltl/!l ; Uurlin- Uuvtp, lo/.'l ; ^urth I'llncu Lyell, (Id \ I,mla«, £3 i Unity S.uk, 1'ti/, it\; Hercules, !10/ ; llobert Hums,
HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
IlODAItT I'llODUOH MAItKIST. Saturday's ' Moroury ' roportB the follow ing ruling prleiis i — Klour, fluo, to A12/10/ j seconds, £ 1 1. Wheat, l|l). limn, lid. Blimps, «U. Oaln, 2|il. Oape barley, 2M. Qroy PCM, flJU, 1'arcn, hi. liny, HI, Ob nil1, «ljir-|| whcftlcn hUiiw uhnQ, fiSJIOJ) imteii straw oluift, M'MM tu «!1, ltupa, liiin nt I/, rnlaluca, d In £2/111/ fur uhl | new, N/ In 11/ per owl. Teas, 2/ Io 2/11 por biisbi'l. Hmnles, 2W to 110/, Onloni, 17/ par owl, In ijioal. dcninnd. Ithub.irh, 11/ not ilomn bundle. ClomobetrleB, (1/ pot bush«l, llye, n/0. ViutU butler, lid | IjphI, fmh, 10,1 | iniiiurtcd, 1/ 1 cream ri'paralor, I Id. Gherso, lid tu 7,1. Honey, III In 4d. Kyt'', U.I. Hums, HI lu IU. llaeon, M to 7},l, t.uril, 7d. Apples, 't\ to R/il ptr bnsltot cum.
COMMERCIAL. The Wellington Times Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
(-Mnii;ic(i\i, The \\-elU*-iton Tlmei Ollloo, .Mondav Kvonlnir. Tboro Is nothing now to report In tho local produco mnrliet, lait q^intitlons b'.dng un changed. Thoro Is a strong demand from tho Wont Oin-t tor nonltry and oko*. nml both lines nro good properly, Dacon and ham* nro voiy fcaroe, not nearly enough IwlngavallUilu for n-]ulri-incatii. A groit dral more attention ulinuld bo Klvon by farmers to plg.ralslug for nelling to tho bacon factory, which they would find very profit able. It Ih said that pigs have novur boon so Bcnrco In the colony us they are this Benion. The local f«dtory Is now paying Id per Ibfor pigs of approved weight nml quality. Jn thu llousj of Assembly on Friday night tho I'romlec K*vo notlco of hi* Intention to move for leave to bring In a hill to provide for tho registration of threshing mnolilnos nnd In r. quire tho proprietor* tliuteof to furnish returns of all grain threshed. HH! nhetp weru Importiul nt Hubert lust week | also 85 carcases of beef. - Ti...
THE LONDON MARKETS. London, November 12. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
THIS LONDON SI A Kit UTS, London, Nnveinlwt 12. Wlicttl.— Uugllah maikel liniiluulmi invliiB to luh'ersu crtui repotln flom Aruenlitiu. Continental inulkctH llniullve. Amellcall iiuiikcts clinging a little fur the butter. Ci.tlifurriliui No. 1 inllllnn f(,r early iililpmcnt quoted nt JH/fS per r.OOIIi c.l.f. Itussliin car goesftlhlihaj.pei' atenmor, IIU.'.I per 4041b c.l.f. London quututlon lor p.irculs No. 1 hurd Duliith wheat (new crup) 10/ pcrlHOIb. Kino Noiv Zviiliio,| oats quoted lit 2,i/li per llHIIb. lluttur tiriu. AUilr.ill.in :oo^lf;niii.:ins ex Oroya turning out In excellent coiulltlon, nnd selling at 100/ to 1UH tier cwt. D.uilah quoted at 117/. Itcnvy BUpnllus are depicxslni; thu cheese market, finest Canadian U selling »» luwns 12/to 11/ per cwt, and tliu oulUk Is I'ro/.en rabbits dull at !l]d, nnd lures lit 2/3. Copper.— lluslnm quiet, Quotntluna— £I7/I7/Ii (pot, «IH/2/ll at tluco monti.j, Tin. — AimirnUaii «li:i/5) spot, *l!:i|ir./ at 'l.ead'.-aoft foreign /UJ/17,11.<...
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
.LAUNOICHTON I'KODUOIS MAIIKIOT. llm lulCBl IoivIIub qiioliitlnns ntn nn fol low I— Kluiir, roller, jell/lU/ per ton) stonp, ill, oi -2II| to2J per bug rcmiuuilvuly, Mill. ing wheat, 1/10 for good uhl samples, to -t/tJ for neeond (itudo I fowls' ivlicnt, 1/ Io l|l | jcreeuings, nil) i mils, for Iced, 2/2 to 2/1 ) for s.ed, 2/ii | Algoilaus, 2/11 to 2/11 1 Tattiulnmi, 2(11 1 uruy pew, !l/(l fur haiiil-lhrefhed | mueliliiu, 11/ 1 1 bluu pens. 1/ Io l/;l | whitu peas, il/il | Iw.ms, !!/ | lCngllflh barley, nominally l/dj f!»pe, l/| iyi-, ,',/ 1 tares, 1/ to I/I) j bran, HJ-I ; pollnrd, 1/ 1 niwrpn, 1|1 | imti-ii«, !M pur Hi. l'ut* toes,£l. (Jhalf, iiH/1,1/ lu £I/-i/tii l.alllicestoii! ouw chair, JC:i, bat;i lu| liny, £2/liV tu «!! at stacli | straw, In! to 17/11. Uniss seedR, Kuglliih, 0/ to oil! Italian, H/rt to i(ll j eoft arms, !l/il to 1/ | coek»fout, 7/ In 7/fl | eiuvor, white, I/I prairie, ft/ (I tu (1/ 1 linseed, :'}d tu 'Jid, I'lliuu ncpiiratur and factory bramls butter sold at...
JOHN HORTON'S WARD. CHAPTER VII (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
JOHN HQr\TQM'g WUfD. BY OROBVBNOR BUr4STER, ANtsUr W Mini rellon, TUc Ilovll'H Wile, II--ii«tou6'» lie vim**!. Tulon of Crime* mill 1'rlulaii c»c, etc. CHAPTER VII (Continued.) On this evening however she ap peared determined to look her best. I hive said that the was very beautiful, ?nd those with whom she now lived owned readily enough — since there was no disputing the fact — (hat there were few young ladies in society who could eclipses her. Hut beauty of itself is not everything. It is often marred and rendered vulgar by those who own it. Indeed this is generally the case. Women rarely learn how to dress well until (hey have passed their spring. Olive however possessed the good taste in these matters, which is indeed inborn in her countrywomen. She knew the effect of a judicious, mixture of colours, and could produce a happier result by the use of a bow of ribbon, or a spray of flowers, than nny to be achieved by art of dressmaker or milliner. ? ?? - 'Tonight,' is she looked in...
WYNYARD V. PENGUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
WVNVAKD V. PUNOUIN, Tliciio tcanw met ut Wynynrd on S*tutd,iy, when tint local team defeated tho vl.-llurs by 2S runa mi tbo II Ht liming. iVynyard H'oi.d heavily at Ibo second clfort, IoiIiik only Iwiekoufor 17'i runs, llatllnf llru Wvnynrillol.illo.lHL- runt, of whluh Harrison, by'aiiloiidld cricket, put up :i:i, Murlln Int. tlPU nicely fur 21 (not out) and Honors m.k Inu 1:1. l''or lVnuulii, .liiiiui lntto.l uurrlly for 111 (not out) nnd It. Kdivardx allowed tuud cricket for 11. Thu IViikuIii pUyera weru treated 10 a lively Ilinu at llio accund 1 It irt (.t Wynyard, rank ciminit »\-te* fr.im IhuHUit. Tho leather huntlnifot tho vM tola did not nppcnr todlaturb their cqunmlii lty as they aluek to tholr taak well. Scurea : WVNYAIIIl. Klrat InnlngB, K. Stullerd, bJoniM ? 1 0. U-ieerit, Ibw b lluynnM* ? l'.l A. K. Alduraon, c W. IUIiw, h Jonc« ... 2 A . B. Hiirton, b A. Kdw.inU ? 3:1 M. I). Murtlii, not out ? 21 1). A.Uolu, b A. Kdwar.U ? 0 (I. dough, b June* ? 0 .)' Ii. Fern 'Him, 0 ...
EAST WELLINGTON PREMIERSHIP BURNIE V. CAM. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
KAHT WHLI.IKQTON PUKMimidlllP IIUHNIIC V. UA«. Tlicno clubs mill on Ihu llurnio rioi.ii I on Hnturdny ntliiinoon, when a plon«aut Kama rusiiltud In a win fur Cam by 8 lima on tho llrat Innings. Heores 1 Oah— Plrat Inning'. A. Olaik, oK. Maann, b Kv,in ? !l T. Arinilronu, b liraua ? I I). Mncfutluue.li Stuart ... ,„ ... 11 .1, Webb, b (Ihatwln ? 13 L. Oowoll, run out ? 0 W. Weeks, Ibw, li Htiurt ? 0 W. l.ln«,aniid hi'1. M.i»on ? I) .I.HuKcia, bClintwli ? T, II. (lowell, bUviua ? 1 A, llarfuot, 0 Watauli, b Ch.itwlii ? 0 K. ding, mil out ? 0 Htiudiles ? VI Total ? JO Iliiwlinu-Sliinrt, 72 lnll», I.I runa, 2 vvlekels) Kvana, 111) b.illn, 17 run-, II nlekitlai I'. Mnsin, 110 btlla, 2 tuna, I wIclK'.t) Ulinlwln, IS bull*, 5 tun«, :t wicketH. IIuiinik— Klrat lunlni!', I', t.. MiMon, b Wuhli ? (I M. Sliinit, li II. Unwell ? :i W. Kvana, li Wubb ? ) A. Ohatwlu, b II. Uimcll ? 7 W. Alkln.'iin, c Wiwkt, li Webb ? 1 !?:. Ohirko, b II. Oiwoll ? o II. II. Wutain, h II. dwell ? tl \V. Wllaon, not...
WEST WELLINGTON ASSOCIATION. FIRST MATCH OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
WKHT WKLLINOTON ASSOCIATIOK. KinST MATCH 01' THIS SUASON. Forest and Irish Town met on tlio former's Uronn.l last Tuoaday (writes our lilah Town coiicspondent). A.. I. Wood mid Mart llnl lnran wuru »b«mt (mm thu vWlur.V innka, and L. Kin;', .1. lluuac, and J. Smeillcy from the locals, iho r.iln In tho eailv part of llio inornlni! buliiR mnlnly ruapinsiblo. Watann (Hi) hit nplonilldly for tliu wlmwra, ns did A. Hpiuks (27 rim out) and I!. Alnallo (211 cilluhl), thu Inltur hiivlnit a very lllinatlalac lory nut ikclalou. Only ono maldim over w.is luwlcd fur tliu day, by n KuiuHt min. Tbo wicket wns Dcry, thu balla wblzzlnn about Ihu bilamuii'a lieada in mi uncomfort ablu manner. I'urcat hull, ,1 unly ID men In their llrat Inning. Thu match was won by Irhh Tunu by mi liming uu.l Al runa. They railed 111) (n[ which no less than 22 weru miiidrlcs), r'nr.nt piillliiK up only 18 In Ihelr llrst Inning and (12 in Ihelr Bocond. Theru were 12 sundries In Korcat llrat Inning. Thu full acorcs uf ...
FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
FlXTUHKH, Nuv, 20— Cam v Wynyard, 1'ieu Veomen v Uutnlo , , 0am v. Wynyard.— Cam toirue, -First Klovon— Ja». Webb, J, llogera, L. Cowoll, II, dwell, I). Mucfurlano, W, Wcok», 10. LlriR, A. Olnrk, llarfout (2), V, Ouopcr, Second Blovi-n— J. I.lng, W. Ling, T, Ann sttniiK, ILiyl'iy (2), A, Conroy, J. Wceka, Juhn King, 1''. Woodward, P. Ohatwlu, .las. Klni-j cnicrgcuclcn, J. Claik, 0. Drown, A, HodjjOtlS.
Intercolonial. NEW ZEALAND. £2,268 FOR THE PREMIER'S TRIPS [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
tUl(SI'(!Ol-llllul. NKW ZHAI.AN1). £1,'J||H KOll T1IK I'UICMIMVSTIUM In Ibo Homo of 11 pr.wnl.illv.-a tlio Item orthiil'io,nl,r'H(ll, ?Ho.ldoiro nxpun,™ to lliiiuiinreicno.iol 1'ieiul'jis In llobml, jBula, Kivn il.wtn ii U'liKlliy uinl ncrliiioiil.ma ilu. ImIii, diuliiu whlelillu I'lumlor Wl,i nlnuut fiom llm (.Miiiiubnr. In llm couno of Iho iIUi'iimIiiii ilein hhIh wi.ru iimdo for llmilutiilk (it Iho rxpimdlluro, ami Mr iuylor, nno of the ininnbi im fur Uliilalcliuieh, nncuied tho Premier of lu.vlnKiml iar.u ,,f II,,, amount In hNbinkliiKnccoiiiil, Tho I'remlw thoii unlortd Iho C'lunibiT, denied Iho atatunifiil, mid |iiivii Ihu iliilnlU uf llio txpotidlluiiv Mr Taylor wlHulrow hi, remark, and tho motion to rallied iho ,u, ihu ally tt'JlH wimnlio with, drawn, When tlio Item dnnllnn wlih Ihu ox. p-nrea liKHirri'd by llio I'lcmlnr ilurlng bis vl.lt lo Lniidmi enmo up, it lublo (jIvIiil' till dv.lidU ..t Ibo tuiwnilllm,, „„, Mlbmillol, mid Ihu am. Mint of *n,7r,0 wns njjiccd lu.
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 November 1897
('riclict. Mr J. Hinnlker Hu.itnii, M.P., l,n» arrivud at Adclaldu ttom Kngbmd liy llio Oonnan mull Meamor Krhtdiluli dor (iro.-ao lo arranuo fur Ihu lour of un HnKll.l, I'mllainiintary cricket team, tu lo.tvu, unltM a Kcnen.1 elec tion hnppena In the intiilin, in dlliur July or AiiKint next year, and to piny ParlU nicninry clovena, which thuy cineot Iho rri'inliMS uf Iho dirfi-iont cdonlua Ui pruvl.bi, Tliu iiiimiiWh will lnvo their cxpeii.UH paid, mid thn piorcuda will bu dev.ilnd hall each to KnsrlMi nnd coluulnl Inallltitlona, Mr W. lit ? lcy-U,»veupoit will ho tlio, captain of