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H-WEST COAST EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

'yftWEbT COAsr J^OJJJS * f-jdtozamtsrrz**-. 8h0«,ng the , !»% oi exports from the several ports on the Sorth West Coast for the month of Decem ' bcr, 1898, those for Devouport and Ulvcr , itouc bung given m detail .— . . ,YrtTck«. Devon- TJlver- 1 port, stone. 1 £ * BlacUoodLogs 50 77 ' HlackwooiL sawn ? 11, . i Chaff 6U Coal 9b Fruit ... ? 21 Hay and Straw 8 Hides and Skms 169 Iron Ore ... ... ... * 170 Native Skins ? 15 Oats... ? 351 Potatoes 12 Teas and Beans 27 l'almgb 23 Staves 4i 6 bossafros Logs 12 Silver Ore 1,578 Tallow 1 Wool - ul'J Uncnumcrated ... ... 6 Totals £3,431 £118 The total for Buruiewas £1,5C6, and for Stanley £70'

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

:'.-':', -::;--:-. .,. ?-?#?.*?. .-^-^Pff&l ^' 4f: ?????' '?^k^^^^^^0fi S- : ; ;Xijw ATIBIj'Ihis -I)a5ri^KM?M]§¥p^U^ ? ; - ^ PjproiN; SajtoSytstpjpp^v W,^.r:-^ ?'/'?}; FROM ,HO?^lT|i^^.^i;.-- il^yC^JLWFtidayf Jautfii wiMi^i^i ||rSlAtDNK,' Priday.lSth; fl€gg||^ 0^ZJtim Doveaport for Sydney. \fC^J BASBY, early. - !te4 . ? — =* ^''VH*! ANLr.y, G. Wtlon. SA ' 'M ' BNIK, Ttomimaii Fanners' Associs i^Wf^llo ' , t i Dcvoniiort. i*^7k^ ? 1 ^S^SWitte Star line of ^'y\ Sf Miners X jtfB DORSET / t saves Laiicestoa I'JIIDVY EVEN ' — Pf^GS for Jevouport, 1/irn.l*1, Burnie ' i' ynyard ' ' htanlij, and leave S~K ' tvonport or Laiiiice-toi' WEDNES 'j '£ AYS at ' i m. SKtSS &7tt ' Lei 'i '?^niice-.ton TUE-DAY EVEN. INGS i- ° omwi, Ulverstone, Pen. gum, 3 ''« 'i-ivuil, and Stanley r1! i-R ?'* -'\in-n -t for Lannceator MOSDA^s. a' - . r. GOOD ACO'lV.UODV.lON FOR ' PAS JI0S3 ?J'~7r.': .W, and CHEAP -'^taCuTtSEK, '«? --a on the North n J !?* * . r^_ , Tit p ?''fl^Al^aJa «i~H0LYMAH, ' i/5...

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THE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

THE HOME, ; ^ To 'Whiten the Finger Nails.— Cut a - ) lemon in ; two and rub in well at night.- -'J Wash off in warm water the nest morn-- ' ?ing. . ..' . -.-? ? ?* . ???'':'« r:LTo Stop a Leak in a Cask.— Beat soijja^, Syhiting up with some common yellt;?:,n soap. If this mixture is well rubbed iij:.;.;/: the leak it will be found to' stop it af*':.-'^ everything else has failed. . |'1.\;; To Kill Moths.— Take furs, blanket^- ^ pulows infested with moth, and putilfij;- .-J ?' into a brick baker's oven whjelrhas ju . ;\yji been used for baking^^-EBf 'them rem^:''*;'r overnight, and the next day beat thou'v,:: ';.v the open air. ' -*^''rV;. Gooseberry Jam: — Take 61b ripe gooseV;';!-; berries, 41b sugar; stem and top . .^hh . j gooseberries, and boil 1 hour, stirring coij.-jy stantly. If the juice increases .vorj?''/' rapidly dipcsomc of it jout._ When -the* \- fruit has boiled an hcaiTadd the^i^p,|.^ and cook an hour longer. Put th| ^5='-:: boiling hot into glass tumblers ore J;V= j...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLOAT IN CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

BLOAT IN CATTLE. ,_U.Anvextreme remedy, for bloat is the puncturing of the rumen or paunch of the bloated animal with the trocar. In this ,_way is made for the gas which distends the stomach, and immediate relief is afforded. Some stock owners prefer a drench of 1 pint of raw linseed oil and aoout 'l teaspoonfuls of turpentine, the dose to be repeated if relief is not immedi ate and the animal shows signs of great pain. Other drenches are also recom mended.-such as 2oz of turpentine in milV for a full grown bullock, or ^oz for a sheep; hyposulphite of soda, dissolved in water, _J~r ;Jf'V eattle and ^oz for sheep ; aqua ,J',''vC-'£ 8^eeP- c»rbolic acid, cattle 80 ;v('-J:4 '%!.dieep 8 to 10 drops in water; or kl i'-V-i'J1 so^a' ioz *or cattle and i drachm ;'.%j fj #f§p. In all cases sufficient water *£&&'-&* 'sed to prevent the medicine fjKV-P'-pthe tongue or throat of the animal Swj&|ft^-drencn. should be administered

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The World's Wonders [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

Tjie -World's Wonders. A fly has 16,000 eyes. There are 240,000 varieties of insects. Some butterflies lay over 100,000 eggs. The first paper maitors were, the wasps. The average height of the elephant is 9ft. l Tortoises have been known to live 300 years. There are 48 varieties of the common fly. A single tobacco plant will produce 360,000 seeds. Geese in migrating often travel over 6,000 miles. ' r The Nile has a fall of only 6b in 1,000 miles. -The strongest fortress in the world is Gibraltar: '? At the equator the limit of perpetual snow is 14,700ft.' The most beautiful palace in^the world is the Alhambra.. The largest mammoth tusk yet dis covered was 16ft. ' r ' : At the equator the average annual rainfall is lOOin. The speed of the falcon often exceeds 150 miles an hour. The will-o'-the-wisp is caused by the decay of vegetable matter. The lungs of the average man contain about five quarts of air. In Noi thorn Siberia the ground is frozen to a depth of 600ft. ' , Condors have b...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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BARNYARD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

'* ^ ;BABNYART-*MANUBE. '~7^^raycrd_mj(mire increases the wood growth of*~Hfcar]y all fruit trees, --'while potash tends to-increaso the fruit growth.;' '\ The former cannot b*d- allowed to suffer at tho expense of the vitality of the tree.' Without a new yearly wood growth the prospect of -fruit would be greatly re duced.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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SKIM-MILK FOR COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

SKIM- MILK FOB COWS. A method described in the 'Norsk Landmansblad ' of preparing skim milk , as a food for farm animals, and especially vfor tho milch kine, may be of interest to dairy, farmers generally. , The skim milk is heated for half-an-hour at a temperature of 175 deg. to 185 deg. Fahrenheit, and tnen cooled to 9Sdeg. or 105deg., after which ronnet is added^ While the milk is curdling, an equal quantity of ehaff or finely-cut straw is put in, and the mixture, after being stirred, is left for two or three hours. The unabsorbed whey is next run off, and the mixture is left to ferment for 45 to 48 hours, when it is ready for use as food. As much of the material is given to milch cows as would equal 91b of milk per day.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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China Cement. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

China Cement.; -* Into a little bottle press as much lsinglw as will about nil it, then pour in, ? by degrees, some gin which will gradually sink in and fill up entirely the interstices left by the ism glass Keep the bottle in a warm place, but not near the fire, until the isinglass is per fectlj- .. dissolved, when the cement is ready for use Should it become stiff after having been kept some time, let the bottle stand in a cup of hot water a little while before the cement is required

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PAST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

THE PAST YEAR. CnRiSTJiAs is a season of gay-hearted jollity , the new year is one of sober retrospect, when everyone, even the most trifling of tnflers with time, likes to glance backwards _ at the most recent stage of the journey through life, and it i3 well, we think, that this should be the resistless influence of the season. ' The past,' we are told, ' does not live again, but the future is made up of it.' We cannot recall the opportunities neglected, the duties neglected, the responsibilities eva'ded, but we may, if we will; so use such failures^'that inthe days that are coming we' may atone for, if not wholly obliterate, our mistakes. In making a review of the year .1898 we must- first look far beyond the boundaries of our island home, remem bering that we are but part of a great nation whose glorious traditions we inherit and whose dangers we are proud, in our growing strength, to share. The most notable characteristic of the past twelve months has been, to our mind, the fra...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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THE North Western Advocate AND The Emu Bay Times FAIR AND IMPARTIAL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1899. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

T H E jjtefljf i§t%\t% %$n&U- PuhlUhcd etery Monday, Wednetday. and Friday Morning. - FAIB AND IMPARTIAL. - WEDNESDAY,- JANUARY. 4, 1899. OURSELVES. Is making our bow before the public for the first time, at what, must be con sidered an' important occasion in the history of the North West Coast, we are conscious of the welcome that is ours, and also of the grave responsi bility that devolre's upon us to represent the ever-increasing importance of this portion of the Colony in its triie light. When we say that this/ the publication of the first issue of 'The North Western Advocate' — a journal destined, we trust, to play an influential part in the further development of the North West — marks a significant day in the history of this portion of the Colony, we do ?o with a full understanding of what our opportunities are to promote prosperity in the business, on the farm, and in the various other occupations of life. The introduction of a newspaper to a locality ineffaceably st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

Business Notices, ^v^ Cheap Meat. Cheap Meat.! SUPPOBT THE NEW BUTfiHER, A. 'W. FOSTER, iVHO HAS BROUGHTls DOWN THE1 PRICE OF MEAT IN , Devojiport, And SELLS NONE BUTtTHE BEST QUALITY. ?Families waited on Daily for Orders. Ih. BI ami's Balsamic ; Balm. rOR COUGHS, COLDS, BBOUCJPTIS,' ASTHMA, And All LUNG And ! THROAT AFFECTIONS. j j PLEASANT TO TAKE. « One Dose Relieves. ' and One Bottle' Jencrally is cuough to cure the' M6«t )bstinatc Cough. . v~ i It is recognised in Australia as one ot the first Remedies for Lnng and r Throat JKs-' uses. ' Price,' In «d and 2h ?# -yer, -. - ?-? ? bottle. DOSSETOR'S PHARMACY. '' j DEVOtfPORT. ' . ' A. JOLIFFE, I i Mretimoatal 'Worta,. , ] Opposite Railway Station, ° ? West Devoiipor t^ _ ' Monumental Work in Grinit«!,' Marble, 'etc' CITY PRICES. , ' T.'! INSCRIPTIONS COT IN ASY'TASLT. ' ' ? ? ' ? ! OF THE COAST. ? ? i ? ? '--:-- '? Designs and Estimates Forwarded' on' *? Application.' '' ' j CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.'- 1 l.'-'H.-^B'k'i.c.fls,.''! SA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

Wanted.' ? ,-?? WfAXTED AT ONCE-A Good General TT SERVANT. Apply - Mbs H. W00D,v- - -_ , .' Shipyard, West1 Devonport. - WANTED — Strong active young woman (about 20) as General. Servant. - Ap Ply.to , JIBS. WM. AIKENHEAD,' , .'. -: ' Malunnah,''West Devonport.- - TITOHKMEN'S ' BUILDING ,ALL0T ? F MEKTS— We have several convenient Allotments in Rooke street for salt cheap: also business site. - FIELD AND CO., 'Devonport. ' TTf ANTED EVERYONE TO KNOW. Largo Assortment of WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELLERY, .SPECTACLES, etc., Good! Cheap. -. - .- , v - - — l ? HEPW0RTH, WATCHMAKER ' , ROOKE- STREET. -DEVONPORT. W^' j-ja-w.-i unuifian ana unrucn UUairs,' Wlieelbarrows, and all descriptions of Joinery Work at THE WINDMILL FAC TORY, opposite Devonport Railway Station Ranted know n.-J WaftetQ' nnd nfter this dale all orders en bPilil^ THOMPSON, practical o-ciociU. ;, ^-v'-±y.H±y^M2£&t omce. iu^i^ ^^r^fej^ ' Tender fors&- ?-!?'?'?£?? }-&&*&?#? JiAjV, any Tend...

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HIS TRIP TO THE HIS LORDSHIP WEST SPEECHES OF ADDRESSES WEST [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

HIS L0BDSHIP%TRIP T0 THE WESl ADDRESSES A^f ECHES 0F (BiOriW'gSSSS. ' ' Lord Brasse/ani1!8 ^i arriv^ he.re pWtWI iir- t iyumton, the manager, ±ZL £ flriy over the world-famed amount o7u^dlfra-alththere ^ be in this count j ' fno« i comP'atlvely unexplored owi? ^noTu^' etc.' Tho fart 'C^P?)0,ee(¥ to L?™.s Hotel, where ?!-, T lu?c.n' aml Ie' Waratnh nt l KT cIoek' axnv^S at the Ene. Thema'%mim^rS ° $h° part? pro' ceeded fronTt^? 2d* mdes on foot, the ladies m.d in „ J¥ on an aenal ropeway, and Ttho par%™ f * °' ^ Hosebeqr, a distance of fitV,^63', a™^nS th«e at 8.30. OntherrpLord^ra,8SeJ' ™ited the TasmanfanJ^PP61- °°'S Pt^tty An address of' w pOm\ was '^ Pre' sentedonarriVa£Eo.se,bery' where the ZZZr. ?„ '?- the night at Connolly's Hotel. They r E?sebei^ mounted, at sessed of cliav!Dg steeP P^'^ He regarded both-e new '^ «* the Dundas tram 1 £L' lhS™? «'»* ?'St- eering skill, ii^Smg *?* mcePfr°n a^ conception of gf Queenstown, Monday. Lord BrasS^na ^ P^J' 'rived here at 1 o'clock t'v...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A BIG WIN FOB VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A BIG WIN FOR VICTORIA. ? - Melbourne, Tuesday. To-day Vas observed as a public holiday. The weather was fine and warm, and the principal attraction was the intercolonial cricket match commenced on Saturday on the. Melbourne Cricket Ground betwe.cn teams' representing Victoria and South nuououu. .me wicitei was oatl. The match was concluded to-day, tho local team winning by an innings and 218 runs. Scores :— Victoria, first innings,- 455.' South Australia, first innings, 136 ; Darl ing 62, Giffen 18 ; Trumble ' takin' 3 wickets for 57, M'Leod*6 for 37, and Giller 1 for 32. Second inningsj:101 Hill scoring 33. Tramblo took 8 wickets for 39, and M'Leod 2 for 36. Sassafras. — Christmas has come and gone, but owing to it being Sunday (re ports our correspondent) beyond a visit by Santa Clans everything was quiet. As usual, many attended both ourchurches.the Wesleyan and the Baptist, Rev. Mr White officiating at the former and Pastor Woods at tho latter. This...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

Score 4IIW .- *„ * I * . .- '' wicket , 'We t 5T5a£ta,, ', ^ ', A match wis plajed on o***— ?/? * De\onport between' team leprc entuliv Devonpoit and the ciew .of H.M.S. Karrakatta, resulting in a win for Devon port by 50 runs. Raymond captained the' locals, and Bundle the visitors. Blown and R. Thompson (15) and T. Fannon (12) were the biggest scorers for the winners and Reeve (19), Tapper (8) and Linnell (7) for the iosers.' Dovonport made 101 and tho men-o-warsraon 51, there being one innings only each.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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THE SHIPS COMPANY AND CREW [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

FHE SHIP'S COMPANY AND CREW. Lord Brassey is not rated as a passenger on the Sunbeam. In a saloon corridor of the yacht is framed a certificate, which is one of its owner's most treasured possessions. It bears date the 9th day of September, 1873, is addressed to ' Thomas Brassey,' and testifies, on behalf of the Board of Trade, that 'Whereas it has been reported, to us that you have been found dulv qualified to fulfil the duties of master, in the merchant service, we do hereby, in pur suance of the Merchant. Shipping Act, 1854, grant you this certificate of com petency.' And it is in pursuance of this that the Governor of Victoria and ex-Lord of the Admiralty not only owns but com mands the Sunbeam. He has, however, with him a capable navigating, officer. Almost all Lord Brassey's officers and some of the crew.are old servants, several having been on the yacht for over 20 years. It will bo remembered that Lord Brassey, after treating most generously the crew which he brought out fro...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FLOATING HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

A FLOATING HOME. - The pressman was shown over -the floating home of so many pleasant jour neyings and somo sad memories. For essentially the keynote of. the Sunbeam, after her seaworthy qualities, is her home like character. Once below decks there is only the necessary limitations of space to suggest that the home is afloat and not ashore. Over the componionway a cosily furnished deck-house was first entered. Tho walls are covered with photographs ? autograph photographs of the King , of Sweden, the Prince and Princess of Wales, of Lord Brassoy's only son (the . Hon. T. A. Brassey), who is supervising the well known ' Naval Annual ' during his father's absence : in the colonies, and sketches made on earlier voyages by the Hon. A. Y. Bingham, whose illustrations in the Sunbeam series will be remembered —are of especial interest. Pot plants re lieve the room, which leads into a lobby around the companion.- Here some very Deaunrui miniatures and some mall oils by eminent artists, as w...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FAMOUS VESSEL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

A FAMOUS VESSEL. The Sunbeam is probably the most famous cruising yacht afloat, for she has been inore written about and read about and had more adventure than any of the royal and Imperial yachts.. She is a beau tiful three-masted, schooner rigged vessel, with lomj low black hull, tall masts, and low funnel, her clean neat lines enhanced by all that paint and care can do for her, the funnel so low as not to appear a dis figurement. It is not surprising that Lord Brassey, with a sailor's love for a good ship, should prefer keeping her in com mission to building a larger and more up to-date vessel with all the glamor of elec tric lights and the greater conveniences involved by present day naval construc tion. For beautiful as is the Sunbeam, and tasteful, artistic, and homelv as every thing within her, she is still lighted by swinging candle lamps, and in some other ways is not abreast of the nautical tunes. She is iron-framed, teak-skinned with 159ft of hull, and a. length overall o...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Yultide Festival and Exhibition. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 4 January 1899

Yuletide Festival and Exhibition. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL. The Yuletide Festival and Exhibition in aid of the funds of the Devonport Congregational Church, which was opened on Boxing Day by Sir Edward Braddon, had a very successful run during the week, the attendance on Saturday evening being especially large. The spacious buildings known as Edgin ton's stores had been utilised for the occasion, and were quite transformed with the large exhibition of implements, dairy appliances, furniture, pianos, and wares, ot various descriptions. The re spective stalls were not only well stocked but were also elaborately decorated with bunting, ferns, and flora. The walls were nlso relieved by numerous decora tions in keeping with the general ap pointments of the festal occasion. The Congregational Church, as remarked by Sir Ed. Braddon at theonenin? ceremony. held its first religious services at the Forth about the year 1843. Since then, some excellent buildings have been erected by that denomination...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899

.Oflbsy's Dry Gin.— Agents, Johnston and Wilmot, Iiannoeston.

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