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Intercolonial. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. EXTRAORDINARY WEATHER. HEAVY GALE IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. Adelaide, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

Intercolonial. -... ? ;SOUTH. AUSTRALIA. ' % EXTRAORDINARY WEATHER! HEAVY GALE'InTtHE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. . '_ ' Adelaide, Thursday. ' Extraordinary woather prevailed in the southern portion of tho colony last night. - The glass dropped, to 29 degrees, tin lowest point registered for.40 years past, and a heavy Pgale mado it impossible to board tho vessels lying at the Semaphore anchorage. . ' . .

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FAREWELL BANQUET TO SIR PHILIP FYSH. Launceston, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

FAREWELL BANQUET TO SIR PHILIP FYSH, Launceston, Wednesday., A public meeting was held last night to arrange for giving a banquet to Sir Philip Fysh next week, prior to his departure for London to assume the offico of Agent General for Tasmania. A committee was appointed to make oil arrangements for giving him a suitable send off. The committee has decided to entertain' Sir Philip to a glass of wine on- Thursday morning next, 26th inst., prior to his leav ing for Melbourne on his way to London. Sir Philip telegraphed to the Mayor to day, expressing his gratitude to th'e bur gesses of Launceston for their kindness to him. Launceston, Thursday.' Unfortunately the Mayor (Mr E. H. Pauton) and several Aldermen will bo absent in Hobart at the Municipal Con ference at the tune of the farewell, and it is probable that Alderman R. J. Sadler will represent the City Council.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Tasmanian. THE DISCOVERY OF A SKELETON. Hobart, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

' Tasnianian; ~ THE DISCOVERY OF-*SKELETbN. Hobart, Thursday. -'5~i -The remains of a man. found on Satur- ?? '-' day lost at WatehomHill,- on tho Haon road, were proved at the inquest yester day to be those of Thomas James Ander son. -The man had been missing fronV Summ'erleas since April 17, 1895. There* was no evidence to show how he came by - £. his death. .. -

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE North Western Advocate. Published every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Morning. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1899. AMERICA'S NEW POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

THE Publushed ecery Monday. W'ediirxilay and Friday Morning. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL. FllISAY, JANUARY SO, ISO!). AMERICA'S NEW POLICY. Cdiuods and of momentous importance has Keen the outcome of the war between Spanr^aTid 'the 'United States of America. The latter went to the help of-the persecuted people of Cuba as a nation free from international responsi bilities ; she closed the war as a nation which had left behind the principles of the Monroe Doctrine, and which in the fntnre would be a factor to be counted with' and considered '-y the Powers of Europe. -We have learnt by cable dur the past couple of days that President ^MjKinley has accepted in trust the prin ciple of sovereignty over the Philippines, ?-'hoping to work in harmony ; giving full liberty to the.; roving aspirations of the Filipinos.'' Tims docs America leave behind for ever her policy_of p2ice and. contentment .with her own posses sions and becomes a Power with a foreign policy — a Power whose future, when her relat...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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A GOOD WHITEWASH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

A GOOD -WHITEWASH. - A wlntow ash capable of w ithstanding tho Jj4 effects of^he ' wind and weather ' can be b -1 made by placing a certain quantity of-.tel- *%a low in a bucket or other vessel, and placing §! o\ er this about an equal quantity of fresh| ^^ » dry (unslaked) lnne Water sufficient to' ? § slake the lime should then be poured -^ on.nnd when the heat from the £ hme has melted the tallow, and all is \j well'dissolveH, it should be thorough- *.'£ lj stirred and ''applied (while hot if ~- }i possible) \vith a largo brush. The but- U face to which it is applied, whether stone, _ p. wood or iron work, must be quite dry be- S fore' applying the mixture. - JJj

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 — 20 January 1899

Shipping. B^EVoarjroiiT. v ;/-' ARRIVED. v '^' January 18 — Ainy, ss, 75 tons, T. Holy inan, from Launceston. January 18 — Penguin, ss, 824 tons, H. A. Morrisby, from Hobart. January 18— Orowaiti, ss, 453 tons, J, M'Nair, from Strnhnn. Jannary 19— Tekapo, ss, 2,439 tons, H. Sams, from Sydney. January 19 — Australia, ss, 459 tons, W. J. Rogers, from Stralian. SAILED. January 18— Dorset, 'ss, 106 tons, W. Holyinan, jun, for Launceston. January 18— Amy, ss, 75 tons, T. Holy - man, for Stanley. .... January 18— Warcatea, ss, 460 tons, R. Harris, for Strahnn. '. .; January 18— Penguin, ss, 824 tons, H. A. Morrrisby, for Melbourne. Passengers : .'—Saloon— Mesdanies Dedrick and child, Campbell and child; Misses Bergin (2), j. Mmnby, Harkness, Bidd, .Quinn,- Qour !. lay; Messrs W.Henry, J. J. Smith and ' ;, Ritchie. : . . ,.,' January 18 — Orowaiti, ss, 453 tons, J. .:.',':„ M'Nair, for Strahan. . „. ? „ :: .,. January 19— Annie, ketch,, 49 tons, J. 'Rockwell, for Table Cape. ? ? :*-'? -^ -...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

Shipping, Union Line of Steamers ' FOR DIELBOUKNE— PENOUIX. V.VHosdw. 2.30 j».m. FJtOJI MELBOURNE— For Devonport — PENGUIN, This day.' . . rJ .FOR, SYDNE5T— ' '~ TKKATO, This day, G p.m. - -i,K!KI, TruLiy, 27th. //=' FOK BTIUHAN— PENGUIX, Saturday, 2.30 p.m. OROWAITI, Satunlay night. -, ? ? FOtt. NEW ZEALAND POUTS, jf ?'?' .'. FROlI H0BAHT— ''' TAHAWEKA, This day. WAKATlPB, Friday, 27th. JAMES MURRAY, r . ; V Manner Janies I'litwsoii and Co'! / ^ Line. : From Devoaport for Sydney. ? ? ? - EASBY leaves Friday, 20th, G p.rn GLAUCUS, early. '' Agents — ' ' ? ? ? ? ? STANLEY, O. Tatlow. . SURNIE, Tasmanian Farmers' Coopera tive Association. ' ? ?' \V. A. PEARCE, '...-. : Devonport White Star Line of ?? Steamers. The SS DORSET Leaves Laanceston FRIDAY EVEN INGS for Devonport, Latrobe, Burnie, Wynyard and Stanley, and leaves Devonport for Launceston WEDNES DAYS at 9a.m. . -' . . TheSSAHY Leaves Launceston TUESDAY EVEN INGS for Devonport, Ulverstone, Pen guin, Burnio. ''Wynyard,' and Stanl...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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NORTH POLE V. WEST KENTISH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

NOBTH POLE V WEST KENTISH Sftisit 'on on the first innings by 34 runs H -viw toKen The scores tv ere as follow — *0MHP0iB_]fcrtIlmi , a^bi'K/^^'- » KelK. b.T Rv^ol) ' . — , 4i L Hutton, b G Moms I h«U'-in,bJ WHntton ? I ^.\}Mnid,bJW. Hutton' „ . ,8 OB555aii4-*-'J'- 7 ' o oeconrt Innmgs 5;owrbJE™e7llfA-Moree ?| Kellj b J Excell ' - ' ' l\ B Morse, b J ExceU i ? t 5 Smith, bJEsccll t i , ,f 2 Husband, not out ' 2 Bnckneanntout t ^ - i - ,2 Sundries i . * Total — Jo I West Kentish ' Day b Husband JW Hutton, runout' - ? 26, JExcellcindb Husband * ,, AEicei;notout . , . ? J| Redpith, b Divies 10 ^K^T—^-Husband ' 2 iAz^r ; ? i Biftul^U-B^.... ' -^-r~5 - n Jubb c Husband, h s»,ti '1 Sundher^ tv — : -^;L c 10 10 ' Total —

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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AUSTRALIA V. ENGLAND. NEXT SEASON'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

AUSTBALIA y iNGLANA NEXT SEASON'S PKTUBES Rowing are the Australian flSS^I May.* ? ? ii SS,vaIErsijSouthofEn^ 15 Oval, v Surrey 93* Sheffield, V' 'Yorkshire ''' ' r 2o MancheSter y. Lancashire - w^rora, v oxford Umversiiy io. ^ords. England v. Australia. 19. Portsmouth, v. Oxford University £? , pewter, v. Leicestershire. y 28- ?- Derby, v. Derbyshire.-- - - &- Leeas- England v. Australia JULY. » -' 3. -Nottingham, v. Notts. o; .'??'; - , |ia:,:.!,-v;. 13. ^Bristol, v. Gloucestershire. «. Manchester, England v. Anstmlia £AJ, — '?*' 24. Oval, v.Surrey. 27. Brighton, v. Sussex. 31. Iflrii'i.v.M.O.aandQioimi A ? * AUGUST. 3. Portsmouth, v. Hampshire. 10 CaTUlgham- \Wa^^shire. |u. Canterbury, v. Kent 17' 9,va/;E,nelandv. Australia. «. ^aunton,'.v,--Somerset. 28- Liverpool, .y. Lancashire. .«. Scarborough: y. Eleven of England. Septesiber. ;' 4. Hastings, vl'Southof Enriand. ? -t^mb I ? Cu:cukr,Head Marine .Board—Tues pain, £69 5s 4d ; lights' m 18s 3d ? baian'eS'^52; CXCW on'oht...

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MOON'S CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

' MOOS'S CHAKGES. Pbst Quartor.-r-January 19, 2h. 3Gm. Gs. ajn. Pull Moon.— January 27, oh. 34m. 12s. a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

Wanted. I RANTED, EVERYONE TO law ? PorSale. KmivL™™6. e(° WINDMILL port ' W tC I{!Uhvay Statl»'. Devoid F°Lsu^fe^jP^| ? UitoMaFeir}, De^onport. link lnrrrowf m--inui-__ _ I 1 the?orth-^Vco^O,tl111? °' Mscellaneous. I ? : ? Ceateaanr Sav. [ THS, SH°PS '' D?V0'P°rt »?-! OPBX WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, nrn the 25th January, and CL0SE ALL r«sr TI— ? 'Tlie Best^to Buy.' I Collard and Cdlard's Pianos. l'ACKABD'S Port Wayae ^fflericaa Organs. Y°rMWnajSSeCUreagoodEe«'«d.hand ''^?^^STBEET, DEVONPOET W. Sole Agent for Mum^w'aild Findlay^Laan I Maided Isll\d Cwvam!\ Acknowlcdgea.by.au cxpcU to : be the ?- v nest jnunure* m the market OrderstokenbyJr/DancanLoiie-'Latrobe f ai. JUU.V STHBET, LAUNCESTOM, Agents ' I IvftlltPllflrV Iniit,,.. ? '_ I — — ?^^???iij ^?iiiiYersury, , THUESDAY, 26th JANUAEY. - January.andTHUESDAY.ffittTl'!5* CHEAPJTEIPSTO CYCLING CAE ^AL AT LAUNCESTON. 'caEAP TEIP TICKETSwmbe'Sued to Launceston frnm m ? i.'^ , 8uea andmtenneiaterta«onsby^Oe^ and al^ ?anUary- f113 from Riverst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

Gilbey'sDry Gin.-j-Eminent physicians recommend it. : '? :, .-Business; Notices. ? ?-,??;'. . LEATHER - - - W A R E. u - ~ : p FUR RKMLY l-'ll^T - CLASS j BOOTS A NiB Sfl 0 E S TO SUIT ALL TASTES, you cannot do -bitter' than Tgive^ the lET'EN B OO'T M AET A c.ill before purchasing elsewhere. You1 will also^finfflarf extellenfiSbrttrient of ENGLISH AM) COIomE'SAimLW, t ALL AT SPECKE.' { , . Wholesale Prices for rSbot Cash. __ ? 1_ -H F, BARISIE-&, REIBEY ST., JULUERSTONE Dnoiiimit^Fiirnisliin^ Cheap 91 cat. rJ. E°E'lf*SI A X, ' Warehouse Cheap llettt. ^vtieeiwriffiit, implement &UPPORT THE NEW BUTCHER, ' ? *' 'itaker, 1 steele stfj™ west devonpOB* A. W. FOSTER j And General Smith. i f-v7it¥rvTiihi\\\ AVH0 'hAs^ bk-:-u-5ht Dotofr has steeW^treet, -west devoni-ort * ufAVTTUAPTnuin? TUPnwrW * AND »ei««P«rt, /? , -$QB-MpTY0YKABS PItIZETAtfE.lt ! AT MANTJrAurUIlfcK, UU.lUitl.EiU,— Anu ~' *? » ' 'ijimr ifjnfr'TTT'iiTTPAT btrmini avti GElsLBAL FUUNI1UBB DEALER And % ,„ ^^tJS...

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"TO MAKE FOUR." [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

«^TO MAKE FOUR.' / Fond of whist? So am I; though I don't ?preVeinA to understand the 'game scientifically. tpliT»rabber now and then to amuse same Vrieodf,' or to please an bid aant— sod that tort if tbing,' don't you know ! Like everybody ?In,' i have had nma odd experiences ; but of all the wbisb parties in which I rns ever ' atked to take a hand, the mort extraordinary was one in which not a trick was made nor a card dealt. In fact we did not get so far as the card table. ^ It happened in this way. ? It was in my nndergndaata days, toward- the end of ' the Long,' that I went to stay a few days at Amblebury with my uncle, Colonel Hauriou, who was a bachelor. He had not long ? before leturned fromlndia, where he had been in command of his regiment, the 100th Lancers ; and be m now living in mo»t charming country, which he was anxious for me to ; visit. I had not seen him sinco I was a boy at Eton, and, aa iu thou early day« I had always been a favourit' of his, I was looking forwa...

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THE ASHES OF COLUMBUS. COFFIN OPENED AT CADIZ. London, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

THE ASHES OF COLUMBUS.. § COFFIN 'oPENiD' AT CADIZ. |g London, January 19. .' .'*''? a| _ .The coffin which is believed in Spain to '? . contain the bones of Columbus, removed from Santiago in consequence of the cessa tion of Spanish rule in Cuba, has reached Spain. At Cadiz it was opened, and found to contain 30 bones in a fair state of pre-~ ?» servation, with a quantity - of ashes. The''~*^ remains were re-interred- at Seville, in Andalusia, one of tho most ancient cities of Spain._ ? ' »J-r_ r' ''? ? :

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

Birth. JONES.— On the 18th January, at Perth, the wife of W. J. Jones— a son. Death. ARCHER.— On the 17th January, at her resi   dence, 65 York street, Launceston, Annie, relict of the late Wm. Archer, aged 76 years.

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CHINESE COMMERCE. COMMISSION TO AMERICA AND EUROPE. London, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 23 January 1899

CHINESE COMMERCE. COMMISSION TO AMERICA AND EUROPE. London, January 21. The (Jninesc Government is despatching 'a commercial commission to America and Europe with the bbject of reporting upon the class of goods most. in demand in the various countries, and of establishing agencies for the extension of Chinese com merce. . '

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THE RUSSIAN NAVY. FURTHER ADDITIONS TO THE FLEET. London, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 23 January 1899

THE RUSSIAN NAVY. FURTHER ADDITIONS TO THE FLEET. ' London, January 21. The Russian Government has author ised the construction of three armor clad battleships, three cruisers, and a number of torpedo boat destroyers. This order is supplementary to the ordinary construc tion programme.

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THE BONES OF COLUMBUS. London, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 23 January 1899

THE BONES OF COLUMBUS, . . ' London, January 21. The ashes and bones of 'Columbus, which have been conveyed to Spain from ? Havanah, have been re-interred hi the Seville Cathedral. There was an enor mous concourse of people present, and the spectacle was on imposing as well as i affecting' one, many being in tears. The ceremony was generally recognised as symbolical of the end of Spain's colonial empire.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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CAN ANTS TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 23 January 1899

CAST ANTS TALK. I-vaaooe-dayaaanding in ny garden near th« traok of an old willow tree,up which a scattered line of ante was crawliug. -After awhile I ob served an occasional straggler coming down in to* opposite direction Here and the ro a couple of ants, ascending and descending, chanced to meet ; bnt there was no stopple nnd no talk. Presently, at about five feet from the ground 1 1 smeued a little hollow in tbe tiunk with a large spoonful of thick treacle, to see how lung it would remain until discovered. I tlitin went awav for a short time, and on my letorn found about a dozen ants busily leabting on the Irea sore Aminute ot two later one ot the feostere crawled slowly down tbe trunk with heavy Tret, and when near tbe grunncl mi.t a friend, whom be suddenly armrted on ms way up, and with his antennae, wfaieh ho plied vigorously ^ield a good talk. What was said I kuoiv not; bJt the friend knew.and thereupon marched steadily up on the tree to the newly found treasure. Meanwhile t...

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AMERICA AND THE NICARAGUAN CANAL. London, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 23 January 1899

AMERICA AND THE NICARAGUAN CANAL. ? London, January 20. The United States Senate has rejected, ' by a large majority, the motion giving America exclusive control over the pro jected Nicaraguan canal in tune of war.

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