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ITALY AND THE PEACE CONFERENCE. WILL NOT ATTEND IF THE POPE PARTICIPATES. London, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

ITALY AND THE PEACE CONFER - - -, 'ENCE.i ?? ? WILL NOT ATTEND IF THE POPE PARTICIPATES. London. Januarv 24. The Italian Government has intimated that representation of that nation at the forthcoming Peace Conference at Copen hagen will only be secured conditionally on the exclusion of the Pope as a partici pant in its deliberations.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FRANCE AND THE UNITED STATES. PROPOSAL TO LAY A DIRECT CABLE. London, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

FRANCE AND THE- UNITED STATES. PROPOSAL TO LAY A DIRECT CABLE. i ? ? , - London. Januarv 24. A company has been formed in Cologne, with a capital of £500,000, for the purpose of laying a direct cable to the United States from France. ?

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SUBMARINE TORPEDO BOATS. THE NEW FRENCH INVENTION. London, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

SUBMARINE TORPEDO BOATS. THF NEW, FRENCH INVENTION. t London January 24. The French Minister for Marine (Ad miral Besnard) ' is convinced, notwith standing adverse opinions recently ex pressed,.that the new submarine torpedo boat Gustavo Zede will be a great success. The German press, however,is sceptical. Public subscriptions on a large scale have been started hi Paris to defray the cost of constructing the new boats. '

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

' During the hot we'atucr lasy™uimor' I had a severe attack o'f cholc/t morbus, - . necessitating my leaving tvs busincsS;' '* sajs Mr C. A. Hare, of IIAe I3ros, Jin-- * castle, Ohio. ' After tnJ«|fcr two or 'three ' '^ doses of Cbftniberlainl/'olic, Clioleraand - - Diarrha-a Eoniedv^'ns completely ro'- '' lie\ed and m»/ llouri.' was able -to' - resume my woj^11 'le a^re. I sincerely recommend J^i0 anyone afflicted with stomach oy'*'eltro»b]e. Forsalobyali ' dealers,,/*11'1™ A-v» Laws, Gcn'eial ~ Agents/

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AMERICA AND SPAIN. THE PEACE TREATY. UNLIKELY TO BE RATIFIED THIS SESSION. London, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

AMEBICA AND SPAIN.' THE PEACE TREATY. ', UNLIKELY TO BE EATIFIED THIS SESSION. . \ London, January 24. Judging by the tone of tho debate in the United States Senate it is unlikely that the peace treaty with Spain will be ratified during the present session. In order to .fulfil: the contract with Spain the United States Government is calling tenders, for conveyance of 16,000 Spaniards from the Philippines to their own country. ? *

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A GLASGOW SOLICITOR ABSCONDS. DEFALCATIONS OVER £40,000. London, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

A GLASGOW SOLICITOB AB SCONDS.. .; ? DEFALCATIONS ..OVER £40,000. London, January 23. A. Peattie, a partner of a leading firm of .solicitors in Glasgow, has absconded. An inspection of the firm's books shows that there is a deficiency of over £40,000. ;?'-' .?..

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Commercial. The " Advocate " Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

Commercial. The ' Advocate ' Office, Tuesday Evenine. Potato dealers are astir for the week's deliveries, some offering yesterday (Mon day) £4/5/. To-day, however, when the ? result of the shipments to Sydney by the Tekapo and Easby became known, the ?market firmed, and from £4/10/ , to £4/15/ was offered, It will- be noticed from the reports of our special correspond ent . in Sydney that the market : opened* at £7/10/ for primest samples ; and this price was maintained this ? afternoon. Our correspondent antici pates that this week's shipment from -the coast will arrive on a bare market. ' Its size cannot, of course bo accurately esti mated. There will only be one steamer (the Kini) on the berth, and one local ' buyer is of opinion that 6,000 sacks will be shipped from Devonport alone. The good price offering at all coast ports may, however, bring a total cargo of 8,000 sacks. It is expected (with a moderate ship ment) that the Sydnoy market will open next week at about £0/10/. Tho...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE POPE'S ILLNESS. London, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

THE. POPE'S ILLNESS. London, January 23. Pope Leo XIII'., who has been suffering from a severe attack of influenza for several days, is now recovering, though he is still very weak.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

CUSTOMS RETURNS. Stanley. — Customs collected at Stanley for the week ending Saturday, 21st inst, were as follow : — Duties, £22/10/1 ; wharfage, 13/9 ; light dues, £1/8/; harbor dues, £9/0/11; miscellaneous, £1; total, £34/12/9. Lounceston. — Collection of Customs at the Launceston Custom House for the week ending Saturday last, 21st inst, amounted to £4,065/2/, as comriared with £2,321/6/2 for tho same period last year. Burnio. — Collections at the Burnie Custom House for week ending Saturday. January 21, wero as follow :— Tobacco, £24/3/; other coods, £116/15/1; wharf age, £8/16/8; light dues, £29/0/6; harbor dues. £16/6/11 ; miscellaneous, £2/14/6 ; total, £197/16/8. The total for the corre sponding week last year was £237/7/7.

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CABLES AND WINES. British and Foreign. THE DREYFUS SCANDAL. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. SALE OF FRENCH MILITARY SECRETS. DREYFUS NOT IMPLICATED. London, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

CABLES AND WIEES. Itritish ami Foreign. .THE DREYFUS SCANDAL. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. SALE OF FRENCH MILITARY SECRETS. DREYFUS NOT IMPLICATED. London. January 28. A most important discovery has been made in connection with ihe Dreyfus scandal. The Court of Cassation has obtained convincing proof of the sale of French military secrets to foreign Powers in 1894, in which Dreyfus was not ih\any way im plicated. This discovery has caused quite a sen sation in French military circles, and it will necessitate an entire change of the plans for the mobilisation of the French armv hi time of war.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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LATROBE PRODUCE MARKET. Latrobe, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

LATROBE PRODUCE MARKET. Latrobe. Tuesdav. The produce market is slack just now, but it is thought it will briehten up on Thursday in view of the departure of the Sydney boat. Prices: — Potatoes, £4/10/ and bags; oats, 1/10; -wheat, 2/10; chaff, 35/, bags in 37/6.

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For the Ladies. DRESS AND FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

For the Ladies. DKESS AND FASHION. ' One who Wishes to Grow Old Grace fully ' sent to the Melbourne daily papers recently a \ery sensible plea for the res toration to fashion of caps for elderly ~~r ladies. She asked, 'why iii the name of everything artistic' they were e\cr. . allowed to get out of favor ? It is easy to toll her why^ — because there are no elderly ladies nowadays. A few old ladies wo havo still— bless them 1— dear sensible ; .souls who sconi fashion and wear what tlrey plcaso; but all tho rest of the/, women are aggressively young!! There are no thin partings to hide, \ no scanty locks to cover. She who would have worn a cap had she belonged to an earlier, generation now spoils a shirt and waist belt and rides a ' bike,' as does hor nieco or daughter. She is not elderly, indeed I. Nor does she ever mean to bo ; therefore, when her mirror, in secret council, sugr gests to her that there arc defects to bo . concealed, 'she straightway purchases a toupee of the kind th...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUMMER DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

SUMMER DRINKS. Lemon S3'rup.— olb sugar, 2}oz citric acid, 8 pints of hot water, one teaspoon ful essence of lemon. Put the sugar and citric acid in an enamelled pan on the : sto\ e~; add tho hot water, and 'stir until ' melted {but mull 'not boil). When cold add esse'neo of lemon and bottle. Ginger! Beer;— Put' into the boiler 5 gallons of w alcr, 667 whole ginger bruised, 3 or 4 lemon's bliced, 2 handfifls of hops' tied in .a muslin bag ; :boil for half an hour. Into a tub or keg put Clb sugar, 3oz cream of tartar ; pour the boiling liquid ' on,' and stir it Tip. Cover o\ er well next morning. Put in a pint of good yeast and a teaspoon. V ful of es'sencV of lemon'; stand for iowe'y days,' then bottle' if. (Home-made' yeasjr * is preferable to brewer's.) y 'J

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THE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

THE HOME. A little ammonia in tepid water will soften and cleanse the skin. r - Glass vessels may bo purified by rinsing with powdered charcoal. After washing and drying, polish the ~-^ windows with a dry chamois leather.* . Boor plates should be_ cleaned by. 'rub- , bing with a cloth wet in ammonia : and water. Moth cannot be destroyed in furniture without removing the w era and having tho hair baked by an upholsterer. ' - _ To frost a pane of glass for a bathroom . window make a strong solution of Epsom salts and 'vinegar,' apply with 'a brush, and go over it orice with white varnish. A button will stay on -much-' longer 'if, when sewing on, the knot be placed on the right side of the cloth under the ' . ''- button whoio it will not be seen. If on ^ tho under side it is worn off or ? washed ^ off. A little scrap rubbed on the.bottom of a squeakin' door will sometimes remedy tho trouble. . If the difficulty lies in the_ binges,' dip a feather in kerosene and ap- ' ply. swinging tho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

. Sews- in Brief. - - * ? ? In this week's batch' of tenders accepted for public works there are none relating to the North-West Coast. ? ' A conference will probably sit at Berlin to settle the Samoan difficulty. Czar's disarmament conference will pro bably be held at Copenhagen. E.T. Hooley's estate shows assets equal to 4s in the £ on his liabilities. A 15 months' old child of Mrs, A. Moynham, of Beaconsfield, died on board the ss Centennial on Monday while being conveyed to Launceston formedical treat ment. Convulsions the cause. The young girl named Lawson, shot a Daylcsford (Vic.) by a boy who jokingly pointed.a rifle at her, is still alive. Medical men, however, say recovery is impossi ble. - '- Fire discovered early on* Saturday morning in a building in Flinder's Lone, Melbourne, occupied by Grave and Steele, importers, and, J. B.; Scott, manufacturing agent. *--??- . Firemen succeeded in masteringthe fire after an hour's work. The 'contents of the building were badly damage...

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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

Cricket. , . The following team will represent La trobe against Parkham to-morrow, at Parkham : — Ritchie, Hogg (2), King, Loane, Jlore.y, O'Brien, Cox, Johnstone, Anderson, Atkinson. The postponed match, Devonport .v. Latrobe, will be played on- tBfe ground of the latter on Saturday next. Devonport team: — R. Fannon, H. Fannon, F.. Solo- mon, T. Laurance, H. M'Fie, H. Littler, E. Barnes, A. Cox, E. Driscoll, E. Bay mond, W. Poulter. Players leave the Sea View Hotel at 2 p.m. sharp.

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THE PRICE OF A SLAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

She brice of ~a^ slave. I Bud and I Ml on the high banks of the raviW jnicbinf the gophers on ths other tide. \V« «u mid that morning, for Alvira1 had ? told on W again— ihe was always doing it I We lived an * Farm. Alma's our lister, and at U»1 timeahe went to the town nchool; Is'poiBthat'l .?wfcy ihe pot on ftojnanj aits.. --y ??? . : ? ! . fie Alter O^d «ca«d the gophers into their hole! ,we iat still and thought awhile At last 1 - a^yat'oil '-.iif! -?? ?''' I ' Bad, whaf 11 you do pay her up ?' '' / Now Bad's kind of cliicken-be&rted ; he nevel «an think o- aujthing very bad, much' lew da H; so, to gin him time, I made a cheese of mj ?kilt, and kept whirling all the way along the ;baak to the cellar, whore pa bleaches the celery, sad back again without ever falling down once. MRiea I got back BndSukcd— ' * ' Whatil you do, Justhia, to pay her.ap ?' l' I like to snre'Bail, »nd make him look up to 'sie; to I crossed my eyes and showed my tet th, ! Kha we do when we tell th...

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FISHING WITH CORMORANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

FISHING WITH COKMOBANTS. Like falconry, the art of cormorant fishing.as practised by the Japanese, is,scoording to Canon Tristram, of great antiquity, and, like it, has been derived from 'China.' Old Willoughby, more than 200 years ago, described this mode of fishing as it was carried on in Euglaud long before his time, quoting authorities at this com mencement of the 17th century, and also statin* that cormorants were trained in the sauw faJhion in China. In England, howevi r, it had become extinct until recently it was resu.-cit»ti.d by that well-known falconer, Captain K. Salvin. It would seem that the sport was introduced into Europe in the beginning of tho 17th cen tury by the Dutch,from whose country it spread to France and England, and was 'a favourite amusement of both James I. and Cuurlei 1. Probably -it- was' from Japan rathan than England' that the earner voyager* derived th- ir knowledge'of this mode uf BsUiyg. Cormorant fishing as I have seen it carried on on a largo sc...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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THE CARRIAGE OF POTATOES. A REPLY TO "PRODUCERS" COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

THE CARRIAGE OP POTATOES. . - A REPLY TO' ' PRODUCER'S ' .,.__._ CpjIJPLAINT. ^ With- regard to. the letter .signed ' Pro ducer ' which was published in the ' Ad vocate' on January 9 last, as toahomaTieT in the weight 'of potatoes''cafriedi'6nfthe Government railways, Mr F. Back, General Manager, writes to say tho com plaint is evidently purely a matter of hearsay. Ho continues: — Potatoes are carried at per ton. of J,2101b3.i;For the sake of convenience in loading, the ton was averaged at 12 biig3, for some years, but the bags, began tbligei -larger J arid larger, till we found we were carrying a toa freu in every truck load.. After test ing tho weight of potatoes! -for -several weeks, the average was found to be 11 bags to the ton, and an ajterationwas ac cordingly made. Th'ere are Weighbridges at the principal stations, and owners con, and generally do, obtain actual weights of all produce. It is not correct to say that potatoes have been carried on ' the Derwent Valley Line at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 25 January 1899

The ' Lancet' is the graatest medica, journal in the world,' and it 8ays:-i-' The Galley Brand Whisky is a thoroughly well matured spirit, exceptionally mellow to the. taste, and, notwithstanding its ex cellent rich color, there is lio residuo'; the mineral matter and fuse oil are abso lutely nil. It is a highly healthy stimu lant.'— fAdvt.] 'I have used Chamberlain's Ccu h Remedy in my family for years, and l ways with good results,' says'' Mr -W. .6. Cooper, F,l Rio, CaL ' For .small chil dren we find it especially effective.' For sale by all dealers, .Hatston and' Laws, General Agents. Business Notices. LEITHEE . - WA R E. FOE EEALLT FIRST - CLASS BOOTS AND' SHOES TO SUIT ALL TASTES, you cannot do better than give the IE TEN BOOT. MART A call before purchasing elsewhere. You will alBO find an excellent assortment of ENGLISH MD COLONIAL SADDLE11Y, ALL AT SPECIAL Wholesale Prices for Spot Gash. F. BARNES, REIBEY ST., ULVERSTONE

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