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The Federal Situation. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
Jt/ic federal Situation. Sir G. H. Kcid, Premier of New South Waies, has fonvarded a letter to the Pretluiers of Tasmania, Victoria. South Australia and Western Australia, with 10 gard to tho proposed Conference of Pren licrs on federation. Mi -Reid states that he believes the feel ing ii l favor of federal union, on hues fair and i 'quitablo to all concerned, is ^ cry stronj j in New South 'Wales, and he be lieves also ' that there exists in those other coloni es which have been actively engaged in the movement a desire, that an effort shoalAiojiiado to amend tho draft bill in some respectSfswJV-Lto ensure, or at least improve, the prospecGs'oTfi!^nccepfcfince in Now South Wales.' He comiwsa^— ' If I am not mistaken in tho latter viow?5h*s, portant questions immediately present themselves. In the lirst place,' as to the procedure to be followed in order that the matters wo propose to submit, and those -which any other Government may wish to submit, may be duly considered, and in th...
MOLTKES MODESTY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
f MOLTKE^S MODESTY. , A deal of claptrap has gone the 'round of publicity with regard to Moltke's. excessive, modesty, says a writer in the ' Fortnightly; Review,' an explanation for which may. perhaps be found in tbeUemper of our time, in which the old typefof the ' gentleman ' is rapidly dying out. :) Thus the world can find no other label fork sensitively reticent, simple bat proud natture, who scorns the. trickery of self-advertisement, than that of, 'modesty.' In reality' Moltke wm a proud, self - contained, constitutionally temperate and sober-minded man. Above all, he was plain amfceimple, like most truly distinguished men ;ybut not more so than one endowed with auax more fertile imagi nation— Bismarck, r Tte , Emperor William wm really a modeBtTnaD.in the only sense in which the attribute' .n consistent with tree dignity ; largely inithe sense in which all truly great ' characters are 'modest;' and simple. Moltke was far too seH-reliant— too deci sively certain of his power ...
CABLES AND WIRES. British and Foreign THE PHILIPPINES. NATIVE BARBARITIES. London, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
CABLES AND WIPS. British ami Foreign. . , THE PHILIPPINES. ?NATIVE BARBARITIES; XjOndnn. .Tn.minrv A The Spanish prefect in the Philippines has forwarded to : Ms Government at Madrid a sensational 'report regarding barbarous cruelties which, he alleges, are being practised by the Klipinos on their prisoners. He states that Spanish monks have been treated, like beasts, and led through the public, streets by cords at tached to rings put through their noses. No less than 1,000 -prisoners have already died from the effects of like ill-treatment. London,* January 3. Tho Americans , have demanded the immediate surrender of the Philippine in surgents. The latter are temporising, saying that they \yish; to. consult ' their leader, Aguinaldo. . ~\ .':,.?: -.: !
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
Special Advertisements. J. D. Uellewell, DENTIST, May he Consulted at Devonport, Tuesdays, at Laurence's, Chemist, 1.30 to 4.30. j,^ Ulverstone at Lawsbn's Hotel, Fridayaollow ing First and Third. Thursdays; in each month, 1 to 4.30. '? , / Sheffield, last Thursday in month,- at, Wilson's Hotel. /~ PtttirttyiaaUitBtaaohis. THE HJJIKEI KEPOBT8 IN THE 'NORTH WESTERN ADVOCATE,' TASMANIAN And I INTERCOLONIAL, THE BEST And MOST COMPLETE. Sydaiy PxoduoTkwkrt XUporti a Speciality. N. W.-: COAST FARMERS WILI. FIND ~ THE ADVOCATE 1 A VALUABLE - - - GUIDE j PHILOSOPHER, and . f?,/'''V .'' FBIEND. WSpecimen Copy mailed on receipt of '' ' PostCard with name and address. NOKTH-WEST, COAST. 1 ... Dsntistiy. Mr Alfred' J. Hall, DENTIST, TVTAY be consulted as follows : — ' ' DEVONPORT WEST— Dossctor's Pharmacy, on Friday, January 6, 1899, from 10 a.m. ? till5p.m. ' ' ' .': ULVERSTONE— At Woodberry's Palace, on Saturday, January 7, from 9 a,nv till 2 ? p.m. '?. ' .-??'?? PENGUIN — Captain Anthon's, ...
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. OUR SPECIAL REPORT. YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS. Sydney. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
SYDNEY PRODUCE MABKET. -?'..?. OUB SPECIAL REPORT. YESTERDAY'S QUOTATIONS. '''.'-. Svdney. Thursday. Business in the Sydney produce market has been quiet since the holidays. ?: Maize sold to day at 4s : oats,' New Zealand, 2s id ; chaff, moving, steady, from £3 to £3 10s ; prime Melbourne onions, £4 Ss. Potatoes.— There were lnrje arrivals at . Beatera .railway station tin's. morning;- and at auction sales prices were decidedly lower, qnotatioas being from £4 to £6 for best qualit^UilBWBfflr ?})Hffl8 and w^Ujgojici-wfltBTekapo with a shipment' from the 'North West Coast, will not arrive till: to-morrow morning. The agents were offering this afternoon at £7, but do not expect that they will bring , over £6. The straw market is bare at £2 10s.
Shipping. DEVONPORT ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
I . 8]ilii]iiii^. ARRIVED. - ' „ Januaty *-Pengttin, ss, 824 tons, H. |A. ,;l , Mornsby, from Hobart' Passengers :- ; vSaloon-Misscs Weber and Murray, Messrs ., a. Garner and child, Weber, Scott, 'k«rf - ', £'? Fmdlay ; and one in the steerage. * *n ?' V January 4— Dorset, ss, 106 tons, W,*'' th man. mn.. from T.mmnnst,,,. ; ?& . i.i \ January 4-Kawatiri, ss, 453 * ' JVAnthony, from Melbourne. Tng .» F tt'h?afoon— Misses M'Innes, J. 'dJL~. i^%Strickland(2). ^jfT^il'' k&$$ 'i00&&^o,ss, .824 tons,' H. A. %Mpi' ^M^My30*™*- ' Passengers :- W43 :%#&i^andtwointhesteerage. w siilir'68' io6 ^ w-Hoiy' jlpt ]|S|pawatiri, ss', 453 tons, A. F. WlM m$tM Strahan. : Passengers :- &r^3«a^™» Griffiths; Messrs L. Smith, J. |MgSted, and J.Taylor. 'C'-i^^ ?'!?..??.'? ~~~ - :.' '??? ' :«h^\c ??-,.':. .;?_. .Imports. . ; . . \- .January 4— Per ss Kawatiri, from.Mel ^bourne— -1 pkg binder.duplicates, 1 bg extras, '?' 1 apron, H. Philip ;' 25cs, I box poultry...
A Mysterious Epitaph. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
-S Mysterious Epitaph. In tho noble church o£ Cliristcburcli, Eng, - - — which is- equrl to n cathcdial, v,c may 'sec the exquisite chapel built by the Conntess' of Salissuxy,1 granddaughter of the King-maker, whom Henry VIII. executed, because he _^ could not catch her ^on, Cardinal Pole, who ' ~ ^ had denounced hi blasphemous assumption A of supremacy over God't, lioly Church The last of the Plantagciiets scorned to bon hqr grey head to the eiecutioner of the Tudor tyrant, and it was hacked off as she walked about the scaffold 1 There, too, is Weeles' , '-.-. exquisite monument of Shelley, who lies on the tncci_of his -neeping wife — one of The best of modern memorials John Harys built built him avchantry here, which bears 'the^ -'' ?trange inscription : _ , / . x- '-,' TheLoid, King of bhs, ~ ~ ''- Have mercy 011 him that lot maVe this, -»- __IIu e.iidcutly_lacked the' polished scholar slup of Winchestei . 1 u the churchyard there is this insciiptlou on the tomb of Henry Rogers a...
TOO MUCH LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
TOO MUCH LAND. The question is often asked why farmers in good agricultural districts are not better off than they are? A Victorian writer revives the matter, and his remarks apply to the North-West Coast just as well as to his own colony. ' There may be,' he states, 'several reasons to' account for the financial difficulties which many of these men ha\e to face, but one of the principal causes of trouble is the desire to become possessed of large blocks of land. The fHnnpr...on ^an^ordunuj selection Jiflsrby. -living strict 'attention to lis business, done well for some time, arid lias saved money. Presently a farm in the neighbor hood comes into the market, and thinking that he knows all about the value of land, he bujs it, most likely -having to mortgage his original holding m order to do so. Then ho finds that the per sonal care and attention to e\ery detail which won handsome returns from the original selection cannot he ghen to double the area, and Ihe result is de tenoration ...
INTERCOLONIAL MARKETS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
INTERCOLONIAL MARKETS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. Melbourne, Wednesday. Eight thousand bags of new wheat sold to day at 2s 6]d. Oats are quoted at Is 7d for Algerian to Is 9d for heavy milling; potatoes, £4 to £6 ; chaff, quiet, prime dry green wheaten £2 10s, oaten £2 7s 60. '-. Melbourne,' Thursday. Wheat sold to-day at 2s 6jd for prompt de livery. Oats, Is 7d to Is 8d for feed, to Is 9d for milling ; potatoes, dnll, £4 5s to £5 5s ; chaff, quiet, oaten £2 7s 6d, wheaten £2 10s, extra green £2 2s 6d,
A Strange Remedy. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
j A StrangeR^edy. : A surprising rcmedj^ Q co]d fe tQ ^ f?und^hf£p#rancatclli's cookery boot, l*HSJl&*PfiSrtook.' This quaint prescrip tion, written in English in the present reign (J846), and by one of tho greatest eliefi the world has ever known, seems strange and un pilatable to the ordinary English mind. Jrancatelli was a pupil of the celebrated Cai'Sme, and became in time maitre iVhotcl a»d chief cook to Her Majesty Queen Vic toria, and later on chief cook at the Reform Club. ' -'Here is_ the recipe in his own words : ' Decoction of Snails for Inveterate Coughs.' 'Take two dozen garden snails, add to these the hind quarters only of two stream frogs, previously skinned ; braise' them toge ther in a mortar, after which put them into a stewpan with a couple of turnips chopped small, a little salt, a quarter of an ounce o£ hay saffron, and three pints of spring water. Stir these .oii 'the' fire until the broth begins to boilj then skim it well, and set' it by the side of th...
JOHN DARLING AND SON'S MARKET REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
JOHN DARLING AND SON'S MABKET ^vREPORl. , Messrs John Darning and Son, Adelaide, state in, their tnontfcly report, undtfr date 29th ult., that for immediate delivery 2s 7d to 2s 8d has been paid Yit Port Adelaide for wheat, but now 2s 6d is looked upon by mil lers and traders. as a fair' market price. In oats the market is extremei|y quiet, and busi ness is at a standstill, and t.he volume of busi ness will .be small until after the new crop comes to hand. Present v(ilnes for dun and Algerian may be given as Nominally Is 4dto Is 6d per bushel at Port Adelaide. White oats vary in quality at from 2s to 3s per bushel. Imported oats are quoted at Zs 6d in bond. Melbourne market, for the mon\ent, owing to scarcity of supplies, is fairly finny and stocks are Very light, quotations being ls'v8d to Is 9d for Algerian, and for prime sampled as high as 2s has been paid. New Zealand oats in bond are quoted at 2s 2d, and Tasmanian at 2s ljd per bushel, io.b., Melbourne. J
What he did. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 6 January 1899
What he did. On one occasion a much respected but dry old friend of the family called on the head of a well-known publishing firm, and,' after a time, asked him how he and his three brothers distributed the work between them. 'John,' was the good-humoured replj, 'attend? to the finances James to }he correspondence ; Thomis to the bargaining with authors-and. others, and— don't jou tell anybody,' he ?aid, drawing his chair still closer, and lower ing the tone of his 'voice, ' I entertain the bores.'