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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
St. Vltiis' Dance Cured by l)i Williams' Pink Pills for 1*« Ic People, A LAD WHOSE 8UI'KKBINO8 WISIIK TKUUlUMi TO WITNESS. IRUrSKUTAIIMG TESTIMONY OF A MISSIONARY'S WIFK. ' Lake Comlnli, 'October 11, lfl!)7. 'The Dr Willinms Medicine Co, Sydnry, ' Stiis, — ' I hnvo much pleasure In stating Hint Dr Willinms1 I'lnli I'llla have curcil n bml ca«o of St. Vltus1 Danco on our station. ' Willie Lnvott, nl.ul 17ycar«of ago, was attacked with tho dl-cn.io la question about two nnd n half years ago. Ho wns prescribed for by sevorat doctois, but grew ntcnillly worse. The wlmluof tha right side, from the hoad down lo tliu teut, w.in nffsutcd, Ho roulJ nellhor ilreu nor feed hlmsolf, and hia limbs mid faeo worn condnntly twitching In n manner iliHlivailni; !n boo, both night nml ilny. Ho muld get no proper n'st, The pockntsof his milts woro nil torn down tho right side, owing to tho Involuntary oonvul. bIvo movements undo by his hand when ho put It Into them. Tho lint iloctor who nt tended him t...
Entertainment. IN AID OF BURNIE R. C. BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
iiiitcrtiiiniiiciir. IN MD OP IIUUNIK H. 0. HAZVAIl. Tho cnlurlnlniiieiit In nld of the funds of Iho n|v;)roncldnB Oil hullo bn?.»ir, liel.l In the Tnwn Hull on Wednralny nlghi, wni rely Hiieccn.iful, onj rtilklug feat urn of it bemr IliA evident rendlnos nnd lioittluci* with Hhlcli ndhcronlantollhir churchea l.ilncd In ,n,Mn^ thu nllnlr a rcil »nce=1(. Ihu Kcv. hdher Hlgglns, through tho chnlrinnn, lenderod hla henrty tlianki fur IliN i.mcKcil eiimsltlon 'f ' puncu and g.iod will.' Tho hall wns unusually well lllled at nn inrly hour m- that no llmo wa« 1...1 tn malting » ntnrl with ihu programme, Mr P. Knovvlui Miller was chnlrnun, Tlio i.nlorlnlnmeiit commenc-:d with a tililunu, ' lllind biggu.,' in two iicenoa, wldch wero well rwlvel. Miss M'Kunnii mot with a good reception f.ir her song, ' IJ icon of thu long ng,j.' Tlio m-xt Horn was the ever popular recitation, ' Vat you pleasn,' which won Mr Ivey voiy hourly ?|ipUu-a, A very pretty UbVui, ' Joan of Arc,' was followed by n sou...
CASTLEMAINE. SEVERAL NARROW ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
OASIXKMAINK. SKVBHAI, NAIIHOW KHO.U'ICH. l'ortiinntoly no ln»« of llfo Ims ncuurrcl ?l*i«Oi'la. ' rcault ot Kri.lny evening's vlulent wind Hliirin, nllhnugh nnvcriil narrow csonnca from norloiM, If n.n. r.atnl Injury uro reported. A Ullllml (II f'.lttlltltuill ulrnnl ..nm.-.l..,l 1 — *«- Win. 1 1 Minis and hi, family wna ilruck by lightning. Tho clilmnoy was llrst .truck, and tho tlcctrlcnl fxptofon loru a hula tluht thtougli lira ro.,f of twu ruoma. Mra llumo, who wm |ia,slnii through tho portlun of the bullilliiK llmt received Iho ilamanu jusl, o-. oped tbo I,illln« .lohrh. A children1.^ I |nrty win In piojrtsj lu tho homo, but tlio juvui'. IImiiIh, luckily o-capod Injury. At Ohow Ion, Mil OUiniiiit ami her l.mlly h.,,\ ju.l I, fin room when Ihu mof collap«.d, and Hiiiii»h.iil itliuuHt ovory nrllclo In tlio plnco. Heveral persoiii alii oxporlunowl narrow csin|iO3 from pcrronal Injuiy by thu fulling i-ttroninnil vurAiLlnlis In llio ou'lylim tantl,*. Tho 1'reibyloil.in Church at tlu...
The Emu Bay Times. Published Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
€bt €tnu Bay €iim$- Put/Hilled Every Tueiday', Uuriday, and Saturday, SATUJtDAV, XOVmiDJ-m S7, 1SB7. To make apace for interesting details of tho damage caused by tbo recent terrible storm in Victoria, and also owing to pressure of ndvcrtlaeroents, the leading article and other matter la held over thla Isauo. ' News from Abroad,' which Includes particulars of seve ral sensational occurrences In tho other colonies, will bo found on tho fourth page, in addition to tlio concluding Instalment of tho Interesting atory, 'John Ilorton's Ward.' ' Diamonds and Destiny,' a fascinating story, will bo commenced on Tueiday next. DonNiK State Saitoor. Entkiit.uk MBNT.— Owing to tho Stato schools closing for Christmas vacation on Friday, December 17, tho date of tho entertainment to be given by tho Burnlu Htnto school children has been altered from Thursday, lfith, to Tuesday, Mill prox, 1 Railway Oonsthuotion.— Feeling in Ilobart Is roportcd to bo against the con sideration of any railway proposa...
WARRAGUL. [?] OF TIMBER BLOWN CLEAN THROUGH A HOUSE. [?] ESCAPE OF A FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
WAUllAUOIi. jpJK 01? TIMItKR Ul.OWN OLKAH I TlillOUOH A II008U. fccUI,0U8 K80ATK OV A FAMILV. I'cry sensational Incident occurred hero K tlm piouicu ot t'riilay tilght'a ttonn, 'Ing an alir|ost lncred|blo freak on l|io ;i a hardwood boaqi, iind thp maiTellniii * of » fnmlly nnnrnl M'Qona. Mra ?».. m.u, mi*, uur gruwa up aoua aim 'era |n a bouio aitualcd on alt olivalcil 'on on iho northern boundary of tho ?nip. Ulsaflve-rnomeilalruoluiUiand lit uf wood, About ISO yards illatant. I two simll cottages belonging to tlio ralUn Uultding Soololy, Tuey havo a «ly fruntngi-, nnl wore each provided ? verandah of oorrugale.l Iron, firmly I toaubitantlal post.. When tho slorm ? -- In IicIkIiI, both «1 the v.rendaha vvem m- i'tf, and carried In tholr entirety clear ? tlnirnofaofllio hoiuca. Ono of' them m* »n siljotnlng pnjiluck, about 50 yards ?}»' Tim other was oarrlul fu-ly 150 »J.»nd a portion of It waa ouly atoppod ?F' ttrarsu by coming Into violent contact ?g'ueildeof the homo occupied by...
CHARLTON. CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
iff CHAIIUON. : 0SSIDK11AULK U.VMAOK TO 1 ruoricun'. tfiilo'clock Ilic tlorm burnt over tho to in Vtf-t fury. ' The AKiloulturhl Hoclety'* «H-cre Uiu first bulldlnga itnick by too -?}, ami hero a good donl of rnoflng wai 9H '' Annitrono itreot f runt vcmiululH ?»oMi*iitcil oft Ihu premlMi ocouplod by ?'m-'M- M' «toll«. 'nd Mr K. H. .Milci, , IK :e hoa -V(li '''I'! about Uko slieotn of T'W »''- vtrsnilali being llfie.1 bodily over 'op : and l|,.pok||od behind a clilmnoy. '«'* chliiim'ji were also blown iIjau her,?! l'r§: ' :li'-.''' -'roet, roollng wm blown mv.iy llij« jnbolt,|, |wulIe,|, Thu properties of 'JB Klumlcr'i b.ikery, Mr J. Fanning'* ,MA »-»'»'oro, tlm Charlton Koondry f-m .uy, Mr Adam Kirk, and tho Cunrlton nnm Factory, owned by II r William Klik, u'm J In this run|iuut. A four-rooroed ud. ?«»B|rlwulllng houao, ooouplod by Mr J. 'Rimii, w«a cjuiplotely divested of its ™:1«J now prcJciitHB wrecked appo.ir.inco. 5']HMl l''«Mon Mr Hli.\w'« Uackimllli'i iBlH'1 l'«rtl''Hy dila...
Telegraphic News. LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
lcl(!KI'H|HliC l\(!\VS. LAUNCK8TON HIIAllK MAIUCItT. LAONOKflTON, Friday,— To d»y's aalcs on 'Change i— Little Wonder, a III, 2/2, 2/il | Ladaii, £4110/. £)/.'/! Mmuillu. lid, OJd | North Tnsinnala Ooppur, (1/ ; Suiith Hmcules, -/», W j West Lyell Extended, paid, 117 II | tioiden Point and Crown, 10d| North Lyclls, Ht,.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
MpcclHl Aiivorlliuniuiii'. The Biggest Stock, The Host Assortment And Lowest Prices III Tasmania. DEMPSTERS Manchester Department. !?? piece* Drill, for Uoys BIoubos, Knlcker Suits, do Heirlne-bono pattern In Navy, Iiulohcr, LMit Uluo, Fawn, Cream, l'lnk, BJ.l Satlu-tad Navy, Ilutclier, Light Blue, riukiuiri Fawn, lOJd lolsOjd Navy anil White Snipes, lOjtl, 1b Oj.l Navy anil Colored Stripes, 1UJ.I, Is OJd Corifeil Drills, While, Cream, Is, Is ild Superior Khakci', very strong, Is ad Old Bleach Liueus, 2a, 2s M 175 |ics Shirtings. Beautiful Patterns for Tennis Shirts, Pyjamn Htilta, do. Theso nro quite now to Tas iiisnliif nnil rniist coiiinmiul ti rendy snlc, Samples now ready. Pricea 7Jd, 8Jd, 10}d, 1-, Is 8d Flannelette BIousin«vs. New and Effective Dcsluns. Navy anil Whltn stripes, llluo mid Whlli!, Navy anil Unlil, Jiarono ami Hold, Ulnck anil Green, llUck and White, Ucd anil Whlto 8trlpes. 7;d. (Send for samples of tills splendid line.) Whito and Pink stripe.*, White «nd lllack...
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
SHIPPING. JUJIMIJS, AHUIVED. Nov. 23— Amy, a.*,, CO tons, J, Ohnpman from Wynyard. SAILIDU. Nov. 25— Amy, s.a., (10 tons, J. Chapman, for Wynyard, Nov. 25— Amy, s.s., 00 tonB, J. Chapman, for Lnunceston. Tbo a. a. Amy left for Wynyard about 1 p.m. on Thursday, returned the samo after noon, and left again after a abort atay for Dovonport and Launccston, Cnptnln Blocum, who recently visited tho colonies in hla yawl Spray In tho course of his voyage round tho world, was at Mauritius on Soptomber 28, and Intended to go thenco to Reunion, and on to South Africa. Tho achooner Violet, 23 tons register, has arrived at Adclaldo from Melbourne, after a protracted voyago, tbo trip taking no fewer than 29 days, She had a cargo of dynamlto, and rough weather caused her to seek rofuge wllhln Port Phillip Hcada, and nlao at Capo Northumberland.
DONALD. ONE FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
DONALD, one Fatality. A fearful tlmo was ojpcrlemcil hero ol Friday erenlnu, when a tornado mioh ns Inl nevrr previously been experienced p»s«d ni.I tho district, and great damage lui ken donl A dllStstoim raUtkl for ft fmv knmi lu.t A about 10 mluutes to « o'clock this chanoeW Into a violent storm for nbout 20 mlnutcf- I nnd lu Hint llmo nnt a building In Donal#J esonped moro nr lean ilmiiif... The L'rcntc#t* comtcrnatlon prevailed. Women and chlltf: ilren ran nlwut thu housca ahrleklng.or crcpP under the bods, nnd others ngaln fell on thelE1 kn'Mia to pray. Hoofs hnvo been lifted olonp olT, and In sorao Instances nro thioo or fotifc allolniciits nway. Tho dust was ot a pi-cultaK red color, and looked as If a huga confl«gr»fci tion wcro rnglng somowliiro. Sheds of Ironlj and (omotlmes whole roofs, wore carried till and whirled about na If but pieces of cnr.H nnd somo of tho iron haa been carried nobodlM knows where. At tho Victorian FarmeriH Loan and Agency Company's Hour mill Hip ...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
NEW ZEALAND. Flvo more Maorles hnvo been sentenced lo two months' imprisonment for ploughing lands Icaacd to Europeans In lho TaraunM dial riot, i no son ana uaiignier oe tno uovernur oi South Australia aro touring New Zealand, and are making an excursion up tho Wan g.inul River In a Maori canoo. Charles Dcinens, who was arrested on n charge of murdering hln wife, is now out of danger from hla self-inflicted wounds, Ho told a conslablo that ho had driven a pocket knife into his wife's throat with n toma hawk.
Great Storm in Victoria. Very Extensive Damage. Further Details. CHURCHES, MILLS AND HOUSES IN RUINS. CROPS DESTROYED. INHABITANTS IN TERROR. END OF THE WORLD EXPECTED. MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN PRAYING IN STREETS. PERSONS BLOWN OUT OF BUGGIES. COWS "GOING THROUGH THE AIR." MARVELOUS ESCAPES FROM INJURY ON DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
Great Storm In Victoria. Very UxtcnsUc Dmiiiiikc. Kiirlliur IlotiillM, 0IIUI10UKS, MII,I~AN1) HOUaKB IN HUINB. OllOPS DESTROYED. INHABITANTS IN TEIU1OK. KND OF THIS WORLD EXl'KOriSD, MISN, \VOMKN~AND OHILDltlSN PRAYING IN HTIIEISTS. PERSONS BLOWN~OUT OF BUGGIES. cows 'ooing tUrough thu air.' MARVI5LI.OIIH KSOAPEH FHOJI INJURY OK DliATII, Tho following nddltlouul particulars of tlio lerrlblr destructive storm In Victoria lust week, which came lo hand In tlmo for laat k-uio, but which we were unnblo lo llnd spneo for, will bo rand wllh geuurnl Interest, Do lulls were given In Innt ksuo of the wrecking of tho town of Nhlll, and general pnrt'culnrs of duinairo dono in other pnrts of Victoria :—
"To the Dr Williams' Medicine Co., Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
' To tho Dr Williams1 Medicine Co., Syd ney. ' Sirs,— ' I havo asked Mrs Stahlo, our Missionary's wlfo, to Inform you of tho good Dr Williams' Pink Pilla hnvo dono our son, 'Wllllo,' Every word ot what this lady baB so kindly written Is perfectly true, and I can assure you I nm thankful to God for curing my boy through their means, for wo wero afraid ho would never get bolter, as all other modlclne, acoraod to glvo him no relief nt all. Ho wns suffering for over two years. ' I am, Sirs, ' Yours grntofully, ' (Mrs) Hannah Lovkit.' Dr, Williams1 Pink Pills havo n remarkable efficacy In curing diseases arising from an Impoverished condition of tho blood or nn Impairment ot lho norvoui system, tuoh at rheumatism, neuralgia, partial paralyali, locomotor ntnxla, nervous headache, nervous proatratlon anil the tired feeling arising therefrom. Thev aro gunulno only with tho full namo, Dr. William*' Pink Fills for Palo People, and are sold in b'-xuB encircling which Ib a blnn warning labul. T...
Religious. SUNDAY SERVICES. (First Sunday in Advent.) [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
KcHjjious, SUNDAY SERVIOKS. (First 8umiay~in Advont,) Church of England.— Burnlo— 11 and 7. Wynyard— 11 and 7. Somorset— 3. Cam Road— 2.80. Primitive Methodist Chutoh,— Ilurnle— Ounoral Wilson 11, Bible Class 3, Mr J, Yuxley 7. Ponguln-llov Walton II, Mra Rooko 3, Bov Rogore 7. Sulphur Crock— Rev Rogers 11, Mr J, Barker 7. North Motion— Mr N. Brothers 8, Lovon— Mr N. Brothors II, Stowport— Genoral Wllaou 3, Blyth— Rev Rogers 8. Eight Mile— Mr Hayes 3. Wesloyan Church.— Mr Pollard ll.MrO. Cunnings 7. Wynyard— Mr Pollard 8, Mr Jjrown 7. SomorBet— Mr Pollard 7. Sisters Creek— Mr Dickers 11. Camp Creek— No Bervlce, CM. Froa Church.-rrL'onguIn — Pastor Howe 2. BO, no service 7. Plnewood— Castor Bowo 11, Mr Kalnu 7. Ilurnlo— 1'nstor Fnynn 11 and 7. Romalne— Pastor Payne B, Wynyard— Mr Hlldor 11 aod 7. Flower dale— Mr Illlder 0, Mt. Hlcki-Mr Dicker D, Mr Prows.) 8, Cam Boad— Mr Prowie 1).
JOHN HORTON'S WARD. CHAPTER XIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
JOHN popfp WAfjD. BY OROSVENOR BUNSTER, Author or Iflnrlt I^'Mou, TU-- Ut-vU'n WIIV, llt-iiHlonc'M lli-- venue, 'i'lilctt ol' (rlincN anil Ti-ials, etc., ctu. CHAPTER XlV.-CoKHNtin.. I\ir snino momonls nellhor of tho two Bpoko, 'no appanntly waiting for tho othor tn alnrt. Thou John Ilorton, in a hard voloo Bald i 'How, sir, what ia it (hat you wish to »ay!' Mr Bertram, acnttlhlo that ho rintl oxcited no vor.v favourable improsslnn by hla words, at firat alnmmeied aud thoii paused. John ilorton quickly noticed this. 'Nay,' aald lio kindly. 'Speak out, Mr Dertrnui, nnd let mo kitutv jour trouble. Don't bo frlghtonod to spank out.1 'Woll, thon, Mr Horlon,' rrlod the young man, 'I luvo Miss Olive Vuiuora. I hnvu come to you, my donr sir, tn ask you to intercede for nm, I love. Uur Wtrrnly, with my whole heart, nud 1 ranlly think I ahull dio if I do not win ker ' and tho young man's voice trembled under hia emotion. John Ilorlou ainllud grimly, though kta oheeka worn dradly pn!o, and --...
MARYBOROUGH. TWO MEN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897
MARYIIOROUQII. TWO MEN KILLED. Mnrlnut'a Reef wus the acone of nn acci dent which resulted In tho deiilh of Oawcll Gray Davidson, unmarried, 21 years of ago. He resided with his stepfather (Mr Golds, worthy), and, nt tho time when thu Btorm was nt Its full forco, was lu his bedroom. Ills mother nnd Bister wore trying to stop tho front door being blown In when tho roof was lifted bodily, and deposited fully fiQ ynrds away, T|jo mother hurried to tho woni to Bee If l|of pon was nil rlrrlil, but (lndfiig only hlacont and hat pho* hi rrlcH outside, whore to her horror, Bho saw him Insensible, lie never rallied, nnd Dr qardb pronounced llfo oillnot whon ho arrived. Pavldson was badly wounded behind the oar anil It Is ireiumcd ho was trying to weight down tho roof, whon it was wrenched off, currying l||m w|l|| it, r A His Ilnrllutt, rraldlng In llronghB IHCll, Hit] Illtttir IKtirOWlv Illtiminit I. . i ^^M Mr if. Lanyon Wn. |mr!ak ng oHil' °e- ''ll Sed'lTm ,f wl T£ ''? 'ffP'CwSil SEdSSSSfS...