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THE SCEPTRED ASSASSIN. London, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897

THE SCEPTRED ASSASSIN. London. November 22. Tho AtiKtrlsn Minister of Foreign Aftilra bat advised tho Sultan to speedily Initiate iidlcal reforms, ensuring to all his subjects a bearable existence and security of Ufa and property. Tho Ciar of RuBsIa has hinted to tho Sul tan that It will be wlso to uio tho Chick in demnity Instalments to execute reforms In the administration of his dominions.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FRENCH EXPEDITION TO UPPER NILE. London, November 21. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897

FRENCH EXPEDITION TO UPPER NILE. London, November 21. The Paris press reports that a French ex pedition will Blu.nl/ cjtubllsh a llotllla on tht Upper Nile,

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897

WANTKD.—A gord strong WOMAN, used tu all kinds of houso work, cooking, w.isIiIiik, etc. ; must hnvo refer ences. Wnges, 8a per week. Apply to D, 1j. WIUTCI1UU01I, Hoiid Mauler, Warn, tali rJtato Heliool, ANTKU-lloo.1 aonornl HUl'.VANT for mine uanagcr's wlfoat U..nu«n« Ion i family, ono child with nuisimnld. Wages, 12/ weekly, to enmmenco with. Apply T. WIHKMAN, Day View Hotel, llurnle. ANTKD.-An experienced COOK, nlso n IIOUHKUAIU; references.' Mrs W. H, L^NK, 'liiriilo. ANTRD HNOWN.-DBBSSMAKINO ilnno nt icasonablu prices. Orders promptly iittcndo 1 lo S. SUMMKliriltl.U, Mount street, llurnle, M|Mirllnir. ZEEPN RACING CLUB, l'KOaltASIMIC For NISW IK.llt'S DAI, January, 181)8, 1. OPKN IIUllDLK (Hindlcnp), £20 1 second £3 from ll.iko, Distance, about 1] miles, Nomination 10j: accoplnnco 10s 2. ronLIOAN'H fOnsn C for local horses), tAO 10s : accodd U2 10/ from slake. DU-' tnrjee, } rnllo, Nomination 2i Qil| accent, n'neo 91 qil 8. SfUKHAN OOP (Handicap), «S0 | scoond Al, third £!) tra...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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News in Brief. November 27. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897

Hows ill Uriel. — _ _ «. Nnvnmbnr 27. Mr Clladatono tlllwoll. Hough wcathoruonllnucB, Melbourne wool market steady, Donso fng In English Ohannol. Hallway strike threaten.!.! In Ireland, Particulars of Stanley spurts advertised. Christmas Day four weeks from to-iliy. Labor Conforcuco commenced at Leeds, Buttled lino weather a long tlmo coming. Bovero wlrul BqimlU from N.W. yesterdnr. Sleek sale at Penguin next Wednesday. Heo ailvt, Horse, buggy and harness fur sale, Sco advt, Ball at Somerset on December 2. Bee ?dvt, M acres land noar llurnlo for -alo, See advt, fiO-ncrn farm near lluinlo for tale, Sea advt, Wind iqualla, dust BtorraB, and ihowors of rain yeslerday. OdoiI general tcrvant wanted at Gorman ?Ion. Sou uilvt. Dressmaking dono by Miss Bumincrlleld, tlurnle. Sco rVilvt. Unpaid rates to bo sunl lor by Cam Hold Trust. See advt. House furnishings nt Mr Davidson's, Ilurnle. Sco advt. English Insurance companies lose £200,000 over I bo Melbourne lire. . Revcrul Minastlonal oeour...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897

PHOSPHO - POTASH MANUKING WILL PAY YOUR RENT. THOMAS' PHOSPHATE POWDER JY AIJN J. 1 (I'OTASIl SALT) T. EDGINTON AND C 0., DEVONPOUT AND LAUNCESTON. Sole Agents lor Tasmnntn, AUGUST BLUMBNTllAL, II .mburK, European Export Agent. '?-rooor«, Ntoroktuworfi, etc. NOTICE | To \ RESIDENTS OF BUilNIK \ Anil f '! surrounding districts. ?4 ''j Having Disposed i j 01 mj fktrwi Store uml Produce -, ] Business J To ; jMR W. H. TOLE, r\ ttlhli opportunity of thinking all (or i (liberal pntronago In tho pill, ami beg ?.- .licit a continuance of tho in mo mipport ^ ,' ailcCl'Mnr. A. p. ANDERSON, ^, MOUNT STREET, ~- IIUItNIK, ! -n.-An Immedlntn ncttlemcnt of nil f. uamliDg »ccount« will oblige, llGHOH BRAND TEAS, 1 r-ll- Tins. ;l 4s, 5s 6d, 7s, and 9s, f hc«o Teas Imvo nrvor bcCri criimllnil for j «llly, ami nr» by fur tho Cheapest ami j I Iras In Tasmania, Wo rccnninumil tlio I tin. as Dm Finest Ten over i,t,iiurt-»I j 1 Tasmania, and by far tho beat In the I 111* anil Alb Packets. Ed, lOd, ls,^6d,...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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ST. ARNAUD. THE HOSPITAL DAMAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897

ST. ARNAUD, TnE HOSPITAL DAMAOBD. Property In yarloua parts of tl)q tovyrj tuflorod much darnago.aiiilln tomoingtanpcl private Iioubcs weru levelled to Ilia ground, Fortunately notorious accidents happened Id any of tho Imputed, although at onu cat-wui-'i ol flve rooms, qn thu North- Western rqml, Mrs Oartwrlght ami il* clillilmn had » miraculous escape, Tho bull. Hop, oanstruoi ted of Euypllnn brick mid weatherboard, totally oollnpsed whllu tho mother and little ones wero sitting in the front room. They were rescued from the debris, anil It was nscuitalned that a piece of limber struck Mrs Oaitwiight on tho head— which was tuvuruly cut — while Bho was removing hor llve-year.old child from undrrnualh a quan tity of wreckage. Much dnmngo was caused at tho Bt. A maud Hospital. Tho gable end of tho brluk ward to tho cast waa blown In, and a convalescent patient, who fortunately heard the cracking of tho wall, Just man aged to got clear of a mass of fnllins niHtorliil, whloh fell on hor...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HORSHAM. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897

HU1ISIIAM, KXTBN3,VK DA5IA0U, A tcrilblo Btorm of wind, rnlu,, thunder, nnd lightning, Ihu mu.H terrible, as wull as tho moBt ill.nsl roiis, wllhln tho recollec tion of anv resident lif Mm tVlmmurt tuesm! over Horslhim and district on Friday after noon, commencing about 20 minutes past S, and lasting altogether for over half a hour. Shortly after 4 o'clock the heavens assumed a most peculiar appearance, an I by ft this was quite unciirllily. It was evident that Bomcthlnif extraordinary wn» nbout to Imp pen, nnd thu anllelpiktiuiH of thu must n p. pruhenslva wore mure ilrni riwHsod In the' result. Thu wind graduilly ineruwd in velocity and forco until about 20 minutes pnst r,, Heavy r.ilu full simultaneously and tbo atmosphere, clmrKud wlihdtuUircmuted an extMunlin:ny nn.l turrlfyliiL- anenuislo. The hnnlcarie hiving lusted about llvu iilu iiU-ii, theru was a lull of 10 minutes, upon thu oxplrallun of wlilcli the wind blew with rwlou bled force, the rain descended I n tnrrun Is, the ...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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THE TURKISH NAVY. RUSSIA'S EFFECTIVE THUMB-SCREW. London, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897

THE TURKISH NAVY, RUSSIA'S EFFEOTIVE THUMB-SCREW, London, November 2J. ine sultin of Turkey has deemed It ex. podleot to abandon hla Idea of thoroughly re-org.nl.lng his wolm fleet. Tho opposi tion raited by Rus.|, to any .nob notion Is ill potent, and pUi,» havo for tho present boenshnlved.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
DUNOLLY. A TERRIBLE TORNADO. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 27 November 1897

d'unolly. A TBllllIllIiB TORNADO, Hitccn S un.l II o'clock tho aky presented ?nbli) uiipuiiiniicu, Iniplrliig nwu lit limny E Demo block clouds rosu frum Ilia ?Cut, an I ilarkiuMB sollled down Ilko n ? Tlio ctuttil ?»»»» lm-l a reddish IIuho, K-l lightning flusliod, nnd Buil.tiinljr ,»,?&- Uimndo ?«'?'!' «vur iho pi. co, ilrlv ,M*k 'lln blI'or' '? A 'ul° lu' luuk » Hf.ira '«' mlnutra, wlimi aatlilouljr ngaln ? :n|iint camo, muto violent, mill terrible onHbtloro. llesldouti wore -auo.l, but iiiHbrsctunl results than by visionary foirs, inBili'' iron woro Hying through tlm ?cKnlnt on tin wings of Ilia tempest lor roHillitauccai brunches wuru falling, mill |Minc.- crashing all round. Tin liil.i uf UiBjiUfarfiuni complete), but, nn It If, IiBi serious, «d mmiy o( tlm poorer peoplu IrM,- suffered by thu wreak of their homes. |B(i,aiiil fortunately, no loin uf lifu or iilBlojury I' reported huro, although with i.,M, br'ck', branches, and lira, and Hyi-i« ujBilieiu wiira exceedingl...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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News From Abroad. British and Foreign. THE CHANNEL ISLANDS. THREAT OF ABANDONMENT. London, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

\ms rrom AhroMil. HrliUli nml K-or«lK-n. TUB OlIANrTitli ISLANDS. TIIIIBAT Ol«' AIUNDONMICNT. London, November 25, Considerable consternation e xlila throniili out Ihu Channel Islands (Uuermoy, .lursor, Aldurucy, nnrl Hark) imlug lo a llirent liel.1 out by Ilia llrltlsh Onvernmont that they will abandon Ihu Islands If the militia is not bruught up to statutory requirement! and so maintained. Tl.e Inhabitant! am grrntlr cxolled, ns I hoy funr that Great Hilt. In will oxulmniM the Inlands for Ihu Niger settle. munt, nnd that lot! Dlinnuel liU.lt will thin oiimo under French rulu. The inlands now bolng nil but exempt f loin taxation, any cbmiKu tu the French rhjimr would untall nlmuit nbwlutu ruin upon present trade and [Thu inl'llll.1 of Ihu Isbimls was, In tho reign of William IV., declared 'Royal,' nml, nominally, onn-lunlli uf thu population U In Ihu rnnksur Ihu rt'snrru I biildlsoliilln'i ? nil military spirit lura ot Ute dwindled tu » shadow.! Later. llentor's Tolegr.im Oompiny p...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Mining Industry. ADVANCES TO COMPANIES AND PROSPECTORS. CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS AND TRACKS. PROPOSAL BEFORE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

Our Mining Industry. ADVANCES TO COMPANIES AND PUOrJPKOTOUS. CONHinUOTION~OF UOAU.1 ANU TUACKa. PROPOSAL 11KFOHE PAUI.IAUKNT. A bill la now before Parliament to 'siibil. dlsu nnd iinittilu companlea tu lurilier develoti golil mining and for ulhor purposes.' It eoiniirlsu'a II clausia. nml In illvi.inl Inin seven parts. The scope nml iiiirinnc.4 nf each part mny bo summarised na follow* :- Pint I,— Advances to OompanliM,— The total nmuiint lo be ndvanced In miy IIimiicI;.! year must not oxceeil J6IB.0U0. Ouiupleto iivhlenca nnd lnlurmntlon num bo aubmlttnl mil veiiliud on oath n* tu tliu in.-in fiiltt of tho applying plomer ciinpany, Ihu Inod hold, and the inioliiiicry nv»IUblu. Thu Uurern* ment UuolouUt mojt nuku 11 ptirsoiml exAin Illation ot tlm Ittnl mi which thu eoiupMiy pro|io«s to mine, and report whether third Is reasonable probability of such mining operations piuvlni; remunerative, and whether the machinery nnd appliances are properly mlapled for tliu propo'ud work, The .Ml...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Railway Extension. ANOTHER REPORT BY MR BACK. SOME SURPRISING STATEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

ifiiilwuy Ilvtciislon, _ ? ♦? . . ^KOTIIER Illtl'OIlT II V MR HACK, BOMB SUIirniaTNQ Hr.\T10JIlCNTS, Tlit (olUmliiK report wns tabled In tha UujMof Astombiy by tho Minister of II ill ,Mi(llon. A. T. Plllliigor) on Friday .?— | i, tha Hon, Minister for IUIIwnys-Tho ',l|on (if railway rxlonslon on tfin West Sill nt Tasmania Is rory much complicated Ih'. concessloim granli'd by the Warntah &b«n Ballway Ci.'h Act to thn company „, ?called the Emu Hay llnllw,,y Co., imilnl, as Hit) cmccailnn. perm II, that corn llm.nv In como Into r-im|icllllou with the imBr'nimcut lallwayt for the Iranio al. ''?».!- ilerrlnp«l at well n- for tlio m'ie which the Hallway Department nt .Ifj'inla has alwaya looked forward ton. ii'llly rcmuniTntlro to Iliosysti-in of ilft 'W£-s'hlchlanow well unHur way Into EiihtNoHh-Knitrrn illttrlot ot tliu West Coast B''ron!l?Ma'nil H'»l H -» Uio.lc.lro of Ilio WgnTrrmnrnl l'i coiilltnia r.illwny construe '?ii»ni-n tlm Wo«l Onsal, and tu compete with ''? i Kmu Hay...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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Amateur Gardeners—A Definition. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

Amateur Gardeners-A Definition. ? Ei TO TIIK EI1ITO11. H 8lrs,-In reading thoTohcduleot th« WynR yard Horticultural Society, aa published Ifl your columns, I Mud It stated Ilint ' ffl ebiMes are provided for protosslonis, th« Infuronco being that only amateurs '« «? nllawod to eoinpetu. As tills h«s «us»»M snmewlwt of n cimtrojersy as lo what con« .Illutc.' nn nm,itour,s' will you Ijlnilly pubW Ish thodel'nltluii as laldtlown lu kiu at lon« Dfahnll.r societies |u tho colony and bl|l|ct.| -yuur«, etp., owis i«i«hmw«. I

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Intercolonial. BENDIGO. PERAMBULATOR AND BABY BLOWN AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

IntVrcolonlitl, I1ENIHQO. PKRAMHULATOR AND UA11Y DLOWN AWAY. A woman with a perambulator containing a child had an unpleasant experience during the tlrao the utotm was raging. She wai walking dnwn Illeh alrect, when Ilio wind caught thu hood at tho perambulator, furced Ihe perambulator nut of her grasp, and took ltduwnthe .trott ns such a intu that sha was unablu to ovcrtnku it, and had tu call In thu service, of a horseman, who captured the errant baby carriage after It hud bad a cluar rim ot auont 200 y»r,l«. Thu child waa restored 10 Ita mother unhurt, hut it Is llttlu short ot miraculous that the perambulator wai not overturned, Tho oldest inellcal recipe Is ail.l by a French mrdlcal journal In bu that of a hair tonic for an Egyptian Queen. It is dated 4,000 !J.O.,auddtrecli that dogs paw. ami a.«oi hoofi be boiled with datoa In oil. - Tho 'Lancet' ia the greatest Uodlcal Journal lu tho world, and it saya :— ' The U.u.l.KT HKi.vi) Wiiihkt ia a thoroughly well-matured spirit, exc...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. The Emu Bay Times Office Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

CO. UN KltC ML. -. ; j/ib /:»i» Una rtmet omcc, Munday Kvonlng, Tho ptospscts of tho coming season for nil iloscrlpllun* uf grain nru exceedingly go-d, nud dry warm wotther Is all that U now wanted to ensuru one of tin largest ylulds Boon for years In this colony. It In to bn hoped tho warm wcalber which set In today will coutluua for a few wuuks. Saturday's Mel bourne ' Argus ' slates that ttrlppln); Is now bolng actively commenced In various districts, nud generally the con tlltlun ot thii new wheat crop la favorably reported aa regards quality and hardness, Tho grain, Ii, howovcr, rather small. Bo far thu Btilppura have yielded ntthor better results than wore looked for, nnd to Hut ' extent the prospect la rather more reassuring, The value of nuw wheat Ims not yut been llxed, but small supplies may be expected In about a furtaight.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CRICKET COINCIDENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

OIIIUKKT 0OINUIDHN0KS, Tho following singular colnolilonccs a reported by our Irlfb Tjwii cnrreiponilent -Last year III the miituh pUyeil bj Slanli nt Irish Town llio lt-e«l tswtsi put up. In oi Inning', 140 | this y.ar IS!) BUnley In J« Innings BCorod DO l«t year, .ml 1W th Laat acason II. U. Plthouso scored 61, eangl by aorald llroheney i this yo:tr Mitt Its lornn put up 01, caught by the aanio man I the aamo place, And to carry tho series | coincidences still further, laat year Martir H.tlloran waa second highest scorer with » run out) this yenr II, B. Plthouso wal ?econd with 26, also run out, I

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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VENEZUELA. AS IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. DUTCH OFFICIAL RECORDS. London, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

VKSKKUKLA. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY, DUTCH OFFICIAL RKCORDS, London. November 211. A discovery has been made which may hive an Important beating upon the result of tho arbitration with reboot to the botin. tUiy ut tho Hmith Anwilcan irpubllc of VanranrU and tho colony of llrlllsh Qulana. Hnme Dutch ofllclal records hare been found In the vaults of the Ian couit at Ueorgelowu thu capital of ilrltlsli Oulana, which provo Unit thn Dutch had occupied Ihe upper council uf Ihu Hirers Cuyunl and Monica from the ml.lillo of the 17th century, [rim Ulver Cnyunl toims thu mndiflnl Suhombiirgk line, Ihu territory within which bclnir claimrd as llrltlsh territory, Lord Ballsbury nt first objected to refer to arbitra tion. VuneKUclaclalmaa Inrge area of coun try beyond the liver.]

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

HODAUT PRODUCU MARKET. Saturday's 'Moraury' reports tho follow lug ruling nrlcea t— Clour, Ann, to « 12/10/ 1 aeennds, £11, Wheat, 4/0. bran, lid. Sharps, -i0'. Oats, 2/3, ' Oapo barl?y, 2/0. Qrey peal, 8/(1 Turua, 5/, ltye, 6,11. Hay, 44. 'Chaff, J81/16/I . whratfd atruw ' chalF, £L»/IU/| oaten straw ohau', £2/15/ to £3, Hops, firm at I/. Potatoes, a llttlo inquiry for old, £2/15/ llrm | now, 4/8 per owt, Peas, 1/3 to 1/(1 per bushel. Onion', 12/ per cwt, In great demand. Rhubarb, 3/ per dozon bundloit, Gooseberries, 0/ per bushel, Fresh butter, (Id to 7d | bmt froth, 0 J J f«c t'iry, 10,1 to lid. Cheoio, Od to 7d, Ilonoy, Sd to 4d. Kk«i, 10.1. IUm«, 9d to lOd, Haeon, 7d to 7{d. Lard, 7d.

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ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENTARY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

KNGWNO V, AUdTIULIAN I'AIU.| MK.VTAHV MATOUKS, I Mr Farnoll, M.L.A,, Sydney, ataltl iMu, tho arrangements have been eonialotea ? Ibreo test cricket matohrs to W I'^Wii between teams representing the Ililtlih l'H] llamentand tbol-egldtturea nf N»w Bo.«m Walca, Victoria and Smith Australia. !?(, first or Iheao will Im atiilnit n team of 13 ?., Irl New South W«Icb plajeis, and Ike wli«,| ot tlm g4to iiiuney will g'l to tbo clurltlei,|L I,,

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FURTHER DISORDER IN AUSTRIAN REICHSRATH. THE PRESIDENT DRIVEN FROM THE CHAMBER. London, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

FUllTHF.R UISOIWKU IK AUSTRIAN RUIOIISRATII. TUB l'llKBIDKNT I1U1VBN PROM TUB CIIAMIIKII. London. Norcmbiir 2fi. Further disorderly scenei took placo in Ihu Austrian Uelcharnth last night. A mnjorlty ot the Chamber ndopted without dtibatn a rulo empowering the President to excludn deputies who belnrud in aillsorderly manner. The (Irrmaiioppnslllon wero greatly Incensed at this decision, broko out Into open violence and drove thn President fiom thn Chamber. They also shook their Mats in the face ot Count lladinl, the Premier. Ultimately the sitting was suspended.

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