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HOBART RAILWAY DELEGATION AT LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
IIOIIART RAILWAY DKLKdATION AT LAONOKHTON. LAUNCr.B1ON, Wednesday. — Thu three vldtlng members of tho Hobart Hallway Lcigue, who havo anlved to confer with the Nottb and West Coaat AisocUtlon, woro driven to tho electric generating station this afternoon, Tho Mayor Bhowcd them over anil tho visitors spent a pleasant time. Dur a few speeches which were rondo n deslro was expressed for the removal of tho rcgrctlablo dlllcrencts between tho North and South ot the Island. A conference between the dele gation and members ot North nnd West AiBOclation la being hold to-night.
LAUNCESTON MARINE BOARD. THE MEMBERS SURPRISED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
LAUNOKSTON SIAHINK DOAI1D. THIS MIClir.KHS SUIU'IUSHD. Launglston, Wednesday,— At tliu Marine Ilo.irJ meeting ycBteulay Ihu Master Warden Informed the board that tho repairs to No. 1 hopper bargo hail cost «372/l'.l/IO. Ho thought that would aalonlsh tho boatd. It did, and It was suggested that unless tho Government let tho board retain tho hopper application should bo made for a refund of tome of the money. The Master Warden, In answer to n question, wild ho bail heard nothing bb to when tho board could have thu ladder dredge from tho Mency ; the three months would czplro in December.
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
illiscellancoiis. A Hkkiiikahi,» Hqiik. -A bollock, tlio properly of II r T, Hoard, uf Nathalla (Vic,), on being mustered the other day, was found to have something wrong wllh Its hnad, ami on being placed In a crush it was found that the rl||ht horn had grown Into the hum) be low tlio eye, ami had coma out at tho oilier sldu of tho hctd. On tlm horn being rcnvivcd a hole was visible right through tho skull, Milkino tlETUOlis.— Where there are sovcral Millions for a dairy herd, it la desir able for each lo tike tlio sami cows dally. This means the an mo ball, and cons go to It at once— Instead of bulng ruibcd about Hie yaid and confined, aa happens often when bills are used promlicuouily. Very often the beat com in tho herd are exceptionally ncrvou-, and with a change In mllkeis n falllnK-ofl is at once noticeable, which means that they manage to keep porno hack for tho next milking, nnd that, of cnurro, amounts to tho ramo thing aa circles* stripping, a qnantlty of the richest and ...
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
SU11'1M\(-. JIUHIV1C November 2 — Mcclnderry, » «,, HO tons, J. M'Nalr, from Htrahan. November 2— Dorset, s.s , 120 torn, W, Hulyinnn, from Htauloy. SAILKD. November 2— Jleelndeiry, «.«., HO tona, J M'Nalr, tor Melbourno. November 2— Dorset, U.S., 120 tons, W. Uolyman, for Lnunceston, Tlio bsrquo KnnoruKU lim tailed from London for Launccston. Tho a.s. Mcelndcriy, throe dnya behind her tlrau owing to bud weather, arrlvod from Btrahnn about fi a.m. on Turmlay, and after taklDn on board abuui 4,000ft of sawu timber sutlcd for Meilboiunu via Duvonport. Tho B.a. Doiset returned from Htanloy on Tuastlay mornlnK and left for Dcvonportnml Launceiton In tbo afternoon. Tho -.9. Australia loaves on Saturday next at 8 p.rn , for Stratum direct, taking passen Hers only, tho B.a.Qrnfton lonvlnxon Monday next at 1 p.m., Tin Htnnloy, taking passongcra nnd cargo.
The Emu Bay Times. UNDER WHICH KING? [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
Cbe emu Bay Cities* Pitlliihci Etcnj Tuenlay, Thurtday, ami Saturday. ' 1 «m In tho place wboro 1 am demanded ot consclonco to Bpcak tho truth | and there fore th« truth I apeak, Impugn It whoso TJiansDA r, xo riMJuuit t, iso7. UNDEn WHICJ1I KINO ? Uxdkip which king nro wo In Tnsmnnln to bo governed 7 Is Hobnrt io rula tlio wholo islnnd, or is tlio wliolo Islnnel to imposo its will on Hobnrt 1 Thoro U no uso disguising tlio fact that this k (lie real question nt the root of tlio pre sent rnilwny imbroglio, nnd 'it is tho question that will have to bo decided before wo can develop tliu rate of pro gress which ia othonviso cosily nt tuinnblo, Tlml tho whole of tho Hobnrl clninor nbont tho rind rnihvny routes Inn uri'cn out n[ u Helfl.ih regard for llolmrt Interest*, which it Is sought to advance nt thu expense of the entire Colony, iloe'3 not ndinit ofnniouieiit'H doubt, All protestations to tho con trary nro so many attempts to throw i dust in tho cyoa ot tho public, nnd cim not oven...
Cape News. CAPETOWN, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
Cui--- Inns, (llv Mail.) Capetown, October 10, Among recent vliltors to Capetown l« Mr John Holme', of Wellington, New Zealand, who Is touring tha world as Government Coiniiil-slnncr, In Iho Interims of New Zm land Industiles. Mr Holmes Is pnitlculnrly nnxloiiB to advance tho Interests of tho Now Zealand hemp Industry, nnd Ins ascertained that wo could Import from Iho sister colony coiilago and especially that used by farmers for binding sheave? nt comlderably li-ss than current ralrs. Ho h also anxions that Capo Colony trado with New Zealand should bo further Improved m far as regards butter, checa?, nnd frozen million \ and is hopeful that some such result will oniuo from his vlult, Tho tipping mtiunci nn board tho South African llncia appears lo bu growing woiso j and It Is now becoming u very cxnomdvu unilertaklng, apart from thn otlglnul fare, to travel lo. and fro by then steamers. Tlio cine l.i recorded of a lady who, never having tiavullul before, offered Iho cabin slew.rd ?...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
FUNKIUr,.— Tho funeral of Iho late Mauler Arthur Oliapnuut, who waa killed In a mnnt shocking manner at his falhor'a reBldenco nil SundaylsBt, took place yc.itotdayoflcrnonn. A largo number of persons Joined In Ihe mournlul procession to Iho Church of Knghnd, wheru a Bhoit lorvloo was held, nnd ntlciwarda to thoocmotory, rcslelents from a considerable distance being among those forming thu etirtrne, Appropriate muslu wns rondetcd by tho choir In tho church, Iliei Hot, H. T. Trantnar organist. Tlio llov J. Tryon Wilson conducted Iho soivlccs nt tho churoh and Iho gravo In a very Improailro manner. Tho funeral arratigcmenta wcro carried out by Mr J. Mylnn. HOMHO.— Tho Ilurulo Homing Soolfly held a icparalo out match [mm Ohndlelgli Junction ycjtcnlay. Tho weather waa very unfavorable ns them wa. a alrong head wind. Sixteen birds oompeted but only four wcro rhown, thn result being as follows :-W, Stutter I'h Nowliaven, lbr .Tlniln r,9«c, lj A. Hull's liarnoy, lhr ilHiulii Ili.-cc, 2 | A...
NORTH-WEST COAST EXPORTS. FOR THE PAST SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
NORTH-WEST COAST EXPOKT3, FOIl THE I'AST SEASON. Tho exports of produce, timber, eta., from North-West Coast ports, during tho past Benson (January 1 to October 25) wcro ns follow, compared with tho same period In 18001— y 1800. 1807, Quantity. Value. Quantity. Valuo, £ fi Ilncon, lb... 30,501 72(1 221 0 Butler, lb... 4»,0SO 1,822 — — llnrloy, bus. 8,(W3 1)110 — — lltnn, ton*,,. A II) 55 170 Ilurk, tons... 5 47 30 150 Chnft.tonn.,, 1,013 0,102 8,3110 12,1)14 Fruit, bus... 2,520 000 705 170 Q run BocdB, bUBhcls . , 3,828 810 220 55 Hides and Bklns.No. 1,020 841 7,871 1,100 Da, Native, No. ... D,C40 73 1,533 80 Hay k straw tona ... 107 C50 1,120 2,070 O«t«,Lu.!iel« 210,103 21,013 127,007 11,803 I'ea8,bushela 58,128 8,117 14,501 2,300 l'otatooa tons ... 40,210 126,072 41,220110,153 FallngB, No. 428,025 1,401 301,005 2,010 1'osts nnd rails ... — — 1,200 16 HtaveB, No. 220,808 737 005,157 1,114 Tallow, tona 1 H 2owt 2 Turnips, Ions ... 1,3011 2,170 1,757 0,807 'V.i ma tin a Ri.'t 1 ?! t ...
CONSOLIDATED REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 4 November 1897
CONSOLIDATED HE VENUE, The following are tho receipts of the con solidated revenue fund of TnsnuuiU for tho month of Oelohcr, aa compared with the corresponding mouth of tho rmvlous yenr :— 181)7. 1800. £ B. d. £ ». d January ... 00,038 7 0 ... 03,818 4 2 Fcbruaiy ... 60,018 8 4 ... 57,761 4 1 March ... 7:1,812 a 7 ... 05,8111 18 0 April ... 68,108 2 7 ... 110,200 1C 2 May ... 00,750 1 7 ... 50,lil0 4 2 Juno ... 67,054 18 10 ... 01,030 17 7 July ... 00,338 2 1 ... 07,830 9 2 August ... 07,018 0 1 ... 06,180 8 3 September,.. 07,283 .1 7 ... 02,822 0 8 October ... 83,030 10 1 ... 80,000 11 0 4081,677 18 0 £019,220 14 0 1807. 18'JC. Octouer £ a d £ a d Customs— Hobart ... 14,177 8 0 ... 12,082 13 3 Launceston 16,312 fi 3 ... 15,402 10 3 Stnnley ... 170 0 11 ... 82 12 1 llurnle ... 411 18 4 ... 270 17 II Duvonport 83ii 2 0 ... 000 12 2 Ulverstono III B 4 ... 127 la 7 Stratum ... 2,012 2 8 ... 2,1118 13 4 lloml rents 71 O 11 „. 81 17 4 llccr duty ... 1,409 (I 8 ... 1,000 G 8 Land Tux ......