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FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
FlXTOllEB. Nov. 2T— IVimalno v. Cum, Penguin v, j Oam Tenm,-J. Wobb, l» Cnwall, O. I M'Fatlane, B. Cowell, W. Weeks, lUrfoot(H) I F. Cooper, J. nogors, A. Olnrku, K. IJn«. I Tho Burnlo and Froo Yeomnn sMond I olevcns mut nt Burnlu on Hatutdnr, tM I former winning by 3 rum. Score'-'''118 I Ml, Frco Yeomen GO. I
Cricket. EAST WELLINGTON PREMIERSHIP. CAM V. WYNYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
Cricket. KAST WELLINGTON l'KKMIBUSIlll'. CAM V. wTnVAIID, Thoso lenms met at Somerset on 8atura«J under vory unfavorable clro'im»t»nces c-fflng to tho wet wonthor. Tho visitors did not arrive until a o'clock. Tliu Wynyard skipper winning tho tons, thinking it not a batsman - wicket, sent tha local* t,. but, tlio Inning* clotlng tor thu fnlr roniu of 101, Wynrwl rcpllod with only 1», having Iho homo tcntn winners hy 82 inns, who thus wcureil a good win as a paitlal sot off for Ilia ninny detfsti fiom Wynyurd In thu past. For Cm J. Webb scored 12, A. Clitiko 10, J. Ho/us IU, F. Cooper IS (not oul). Tho WW scores wero ns follow :-U Stultord 2, «. Rogers 1, A, K. Harrison 1, A. K. Altlorson I, M, D. Marllu 9, IJ, A. Cola 0, T. Alklns 1, T. Andtrwn 0, If. Aider ton 7, W. tJnrnor 0 (not out), sundries }. Bort, Cowell took 5 wickets for H run', J. Wobb 2 for 0, and L, Ooivoll 2 for 0. Tba match between Fren } unman «n« Burnle did not lako placo owing to llu un favorable weather,
LAUNCESTON COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
LAONC153TOK COUNCIL MBKTIK0, Lau.vuksTd.v, ilnniUy. — At a speclnl m.iolliu i.t thu Oily Cuncll held this after, nuon Adcrmnii Sution wns nppnlnted tc turning officer nt the annual Aldtrmaiilo ulcclioii next monlli. H wns ili'cld.i.1 to Invlto llio Hobstt Oiuncll Hi a eonferemw to lie h'ld In K«bra- 1 nry. In Uuncmlon, lo dltcuis iiislteri ol In- I icrcsttib.thbodliu. I A Idler of condol.neo wan oiilercd to be I Bent lo Mr lleniy Iliitlnn, nn ex-Mayor,'; I prcBBingon behalf of Ihu rilliuns licnrtWt I sympathy in Ids rocent bcro.ivcmcnt.
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
S11IIMM\-;. II V II St IIS. AUIUVED. Nov. 20— Meolndorry, B.8., 110 tons, w, Mnildcn,fiom Htrulian. Nov. 20 -Australia, s.«., 459 tons, \V. J. ItogorH, from l.aunceston. ' Not, 21— Oration, »,9., 051 tons, 11, flior rlsby, from Molbourno. P.ifcsungcrfl i— S.tloon — Mcadamva KIIIb and thrc-i chlldrea, Btiut ton, Lambert, Rowlands | Miss Btratton 1 Messrs Duwlfng, Mlegnn, liowlands, Terry ( 2GBtoerngo. Nov. 22— OMfton,s,s,,6B4 tons, II. Mor. rlaby, from Duvonport, Nov. 22— Dorset, s.s., 120 tons, W, Holy man, from Launoestoti, SAILED, Nov. 20— Mcoludorry, ???,, MO tons, W. Madden, (or Melbourne, Nov. 21— Australia, s,b., 460 tons, \V. J. BoguiB, for Hlrahun. Nov, 21— arnfton.B.s., DBt ton-, U. Mor risby, lor Devonport. Nov, 22-Uraf ton, s.s., SS4 tons, II. Mor. ilsby, for Btriilmn. Nov, 22— Dorset, !.«., 120 tons, W. Holy tnnn, for Btanluy, Tho p.8. Moelndcrry arrived from Btralmn on Saturday morning nnd left nt midday for Molbourno via Devonport. Tho b.b. Australia nrrived from Launc...
LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
LAUNCESTON SHARK MARKET. Launuhston, Monday.— To-dny'« sales on I 'L'hnngo i — Olcnflne. lldi Dora, 20/; I Ba:icon, III); North Ptlnco Lyoll, paid, l'O I Nor 111 Tatmnnla, 13/; Clifton Kxtcndcd, 1/ (2)\ Mt.I.yell, £15/10/ j Chamberlain, pulil, 1/1, l/ll(, 1/2 (lOpa«ols)j Botry Comoln, 20/8, 20/ (2),
Telegraphic News. Great Fire in Melbourne. COLOSSAL CONFLAGRATION. ESTIMATED DAMAGE £1,500,000. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
'i'-!lC»TU|-liiC i\eWS. Oi'vitt I'l re In mivlhuuriiv. COLOSSAL CDNFI.AnllATIOH, KKTIM.VTKO DAMAQF, £1,500,000. MKi.noUliNK, Monday,— Tha grenlcst lire that hits ever titken pUcu iu Melbourne, or In any nf tlm eolonlea,broku out a! nn oily hour yi'sluriliiy morning In Mems Oralj, Williamson nnd Thomaa' Inrgo wait liomn In ICllzibuth stre.it. Tho llaniri siuciid irllh great rapidity ami helo:s they could bo subdual Hunt of llm liulldhiji In th.i l.,igu block between Filmier, strict, Klliiuellislr.Mii, Flinders Lnnu, and nearly up t,i Stviuntoll Btre.it wer.i ilo.itrnyi.il. Ths estlmiltcd dninago is £1,500,000, but It will pnbably exceed UiK Tlm losws will b« very lionvy, »' tho ivnrelminc., »ml .lock lies' royed wero not nearly covcrol by Insur ance. Tlm premises destroyed Included Orulg, Williamson and Thaiuas, Orawtonl nnd C-., Llneoln and gioivnrt, rlnrgmi, Duller and Nlchol, Stovcnson and Bon, besides manv other wholrsiilo wsreliouiei, Finks' buildings, several shops, olllcis, tw...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
NUW SOUTH WALKS, Aliivhy, Friday.— Intense licat, with n withering hoi wind, prevailed horo to-ilny. Urn riwUlor was lOSdeg, In tlm shsdo, about Hie hln.|iost ever rooirdclln tlu dl.tllotfur bo early In thu summer. This afternoon * terrlllo dint Mann occurred, followed by « llAt.tiANAl.ti, Krliluy,— Tho wcalhci lo. ?hiy wns nli».diitely tlm wor»t experienced tins Bunion, Iho thermometer IcgUtcrlng 108 In tha tlindo, A Blrong hot westerly wind. )»« Wutvit nil ilny, accompanied by conllnu. oua and den.'a dust storms. At tlmua d.irinrr the ily lamps had to be- lit lu several husU KUH'OK, Fild..y.-Tho last fow dsy« havo been very du«ty hem, and llio hunt decisive, but Inilny II fins been blowing a hurricane fKico 2 o'clock, Hhap .loois havo had lo bo o'osuil. Kvory homo Is Inches deep In dust, wllh Ihu thumoinuter at 108,lng, Vernndahi hnvo bouu uiiroufcd, substantial doors smashed, i.nd bilek chlutni'ys blown lo atoms Only 7lu II points ut rnlu tins fallen sinca tha lltsl of JaniiHiy, ...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
(OMMIJUIYI From Sydney wn learn an estlmnlo ot tho wheat yield of tho colony for tho present year gives tlio area under wheat us (137,037 acre?, ngalnBt 8(111,112 for last .\oir. The nverago yield Is ulvcn nt 11,11 bushcU per aero against 10.2 In 18(10, or a total production of S,!I4!I,17» bushels, ngalnst 8,85.'1,4« Liislicls, In mo»t districts Iho weather Is very hot, nnd should Ibis condition continue, tho esti mate will havo lo be greatly reduced.
Our Railways. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
Our Railways, TO Tin: k|iitu]i. Sir,— I peroclvc by advertisement lhat Mr Ihck lina adopted the samu progrnmmo for cheap fares as usual aa regarda N.W. Cosnt residents b. voml Iho I. eve, which Is that If .,..-i1r,nii r.f Km ii lUv. Tahlu Cn.ie. and tbu adlulnlnn dUtrlols wish to Inko ndvsntngo uf the cheap fares lo Iho different sl.owa and pleasure excursions, they must bo up huforo l».m. to get brcakfnst and reach tl.e Ulvor stono station In time for Ihe first trsln. Tho mldilny train arrives too late for anywhere, particularly If you havo been asked to not as a judgo. Tho extension of return to tho fol lowing Monday Is of llttlo use, an In most cnae» people llko to get homo on Saturday night, rather than be (pending Sunday In some ttrango place I and If that extra, day wero given the day previous to ll.o ahow, pcoplocouhlll.cn go nicely on that day lo hu ready Ihe following mornlni, without being bo fatigued when nlglitcarou mid mako a day's pleasure miserable, or slop nt homo, n...
TERRIBLE WINDSTORMS IN OTHER COLONIES. MUCH DAMAGE DONE. MIRACULOUS ESCAPE OF A TRAIN. A CHURCH BLOWN DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
TKilMIlTiB WINDSTOHMS IN OTIIEU COLONIKS, MUCH DA MAO It liONti. JIHUO0I.OUS KHOAl'H Ob1 A THAIN. A OHUHOH BLOWN DOWN. AlUMiountSK, Satuidny.— Th.i Sydney wcuther which Mclhouru.i rralilents Invo bceualu lining uudur tor n dny or two win varied last eveniii'' hv a wlnilatorm, necom hiinlnl by a little rnlu nnd much liMhliili,g, nhleh blew with tha forcn of nn Am, rlcnn loiiindo, »n.l for n. inly au hour Illlud uvety lexldellt of Ihu clly who happenu I tn bo out with cmsternatlon, About 7 o'clock thu storm liroku suddenly and ivllhint wnrnlng. Fredi from tho wont it inmu full of vigor, and for an hour frolicked In full strength, tearing up verandah posts urn! dlsnioinbi'iiiig Uuim all ovur llni ulty. Kvuntually, when everybody had bogun lo think that Mulooiirnu liwlf w.mld liri'i.U from Its imi'iilngn nml hind Fomowhcii! out at sea, llio wind went down ns suddenly in It otmo, and nothing w.ih left to (ell of lu vl-li but thu l^hliij,' of llu \vav« In tho buy nn.l a fuw linen of up. l...
Violent Storms. SEVERE VISITATION IN LAUNCESTON. THE CITY IN DARKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
Violent Storms, BKVKRK VISITATION IN LAUNOICS TON. THU CITY TiTmnKNKBS, Tho very navcre thunderstorm oxpm fenced hero on Friday ovonlng, which enmu fiom tha nnrlh-wcsl, nppsnrs tn hnvo visited lha wliolu of tlio not thorn pait nf the colony, but It dlil not oxtend lo llm south nf the Ulnud, Lnunccslnn hnd lha innst Hcvcro vlsllntlon In Ihu north, lha lliunilur btlnu; very henvy and Iho lightning very vivid. Much const crtiBl Ion was caused throughout Ihoclly by thu wholu ot Ihe electrio lights boing Biiddenly put out by llio lightning, tho cllv holng lu darkness for an hour or two. FortminUdy there wiib no Bcrloun ilamnga dono lo nroncrtv nnd no loss of life.
SEVERAL PERSONS POISONED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 23 November 1897
SEVERAL I'ERSONS TOISOIfKp. Several rctldcnta of Homestcnd, uo.ir CJun dcrdln, on tho Kmtcm railway, tinrtook of a cordial drink and wcro immediately selaed with polaonlog, Ono, Mrs Turney, died, and another woman, Mrs Lee, and a youth, Aubrey Martin, nro In a prccarlom condi tion. It la bollove.1 that arscnlo Intended for wild dogs bocamo accidentally mixed with tho drink,