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EMU BAY PRODUCE MARKET. Burnie, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

EMU BAY PBODUCE MAEKET. Burnie, Thursday. Business in the produce market was at a standstill to-day, owing to the holi day. The Kini made her first call at this port yesterday, arriving about 5 p.m. via Stanley, where she loaded 319 bags of potatoes. * At Burnie she - obtained about 500 bags of potatoes, 200 bags of chaff, 300 bags of ore from the Magnet mine, and 3,000 staves. She left in tho evoning for Sydney via Devonport. Potatoee were quoted yesterday at from '£5 to £oflO/, and one offer of £o/lo/ is reported, ? agents * being anxious to fill orders. Chaff is quiet at £2 to £2/2/8nmd wheat,is quoted nomin ally^ at 2/10. Oats, 2/; staves, 8/; pal-7 ings, 7/. Dairy produce quotations: — Faetory butter, l/;'fresh dairy, 8d to 9d ; factory cheese, J3Jd to 7d; factory bacon; 9d ;-farmers' 'bacon, 8Jd'to 9d; ham, lOd lard, 6^d per lb ; eggs, lOd to 1/ per dozen.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
AN EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

AN EXPLANATION. . TOTHKIDITOR. Sir, — As letters of mine have been re fused publication by the editor of the 'popular Post,' I crave permission to answer an allegation made against me in that journal charging me with want of courtesy in my capacity of secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. The facts are that the reporters of both the local papers waited on me in the forenoon to ' inspect the report, whioh was then being written by the president, and- the answer to each was the same, that 'the president had it.' This was strictly true, Mr Aikenhead bringing the 'report along to me about 2.40 p.m., and from that hour to the time of meeting no applica tion was made to me for the report in question. Further, I have never been backward in giving any information in my power hitherto, but what I may So in tha future, after the imputation referred to, will be my own bniineu. Thanking yon in anticipation.— Youn, etc.; DAVID A. NIOHOLS, Secretary Devonport Chamber of Com merce. Devonport, Jan....

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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THE HOLIDAY IN SYDNEY. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

,THE HOLIDAY IM SYDNEY. INTERCOLONIAL CBICKET MATCH. Sydney, Thursday. To-day was observed as a close holiday, being the anniversary of the colonisation of Australia. One of the principal attrac tions of the day.was.the' cricket match Victoria v. New: South Wals, which was commenced, this morning. The weather was fine and the attendance large. New South Wales batted first, and when stumps were drawn six wickets had fallen for 345 runs. Gregory scored 45, Newell 6, Noble 100, Iredale 98, Donnan not, 38, Macken zie 12, Trumper 23, Pye riot out 20.

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LAUNCESTON CITY CYCLING CLUB. INTERNATIONAL MEETING. Launceston, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

LAUNCESTON CITY CYCLING CLUB. ?'. V. ?.-.:? INTERNATIONAL MEETING. Launceston, Thursday. The annual International Meeting of the City, Cycling Club was held to-day and proved successful. Footraces were combined with bicycle events. The results . were as follow : — Trial Handicap: J. Ward, 50yds, 1 ; A. A. Foster, scr. 2 :,-A.'..AnnUiuM.- 40vds. 8. Half-mile Open Handicap: L. W. .Foster, 70yds, 1; S. Birchall, R5vds. 2 ; J. A. Cochrane, scr, 8. Two Mile Wheel Race : 0. Coates, 160yds, 1 ; L-Littlechild, 170vds. 2; J. H. Booker, 190yds. 3. Sheffield Handicap : D. Don nelly, 12fcyds, l; J. J. Herbert, 9£yds, 2; W. J. Smith, llivds, 8., Open Handicap Mile Race: L. W. Foster, 180yds, 1; S. E. Ibbott, 100yds, 2 ; T. H. Scarborough, 50yds, 8. Open Handicap Quarter-mile Foot Race: J. J. Herbert, 2yds, 1; H. Harlev, 15yds, 2: W. Lewis, 10yds, 8.' Five Mile. Scratch Bicycle Race: J. A. Cochrane, 1 ; W. M'Cann, 2; A. J. Scar, borough, 3. Nine started. Time, lBmin 2 4-5sec.

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AT LAUNCESTON. Launceston, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

, AT'LAUNCESTON. ,_, Launceston, Thursday. To-day was observed as a public holiday, in celebration of .the anniversary of Aus tralian colonisation- ^Fine; weather pre vailed and all the numerous river and railway excursions were well patronised.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

frfcket The aggregate of 1,000 runs has not yet been reached by an individual batsman in test matches; W. G. Grace is top (905). One hundred wickets have not so far been taken by a single bowler in test matches. Blackham has played in more test matches between England and Australia (35) than any other representative of either England or Australia. ?

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HOLIDAY IN MELBOURNE. A.N.A. FETE AND LUNCHEON. SPEECH BY SIR EDWARD BRADDON. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

THE HOLLDAY.IN MELBOURNE. A.N.A; FETE AND LUNCHEON. SPEECH BY~SIR EDWARD -', BRADDON. Melbourne, Thursday. To-day being the anniversary of Aus tralian colonisation, was observed as usual as a public holiday. The weather was bright and fine, and there was an enormous attendance at the A.N.A. fete in connection with the famous art union. At the luncheon in connection with the fete the Governor (Lord Brassey) and political representatives of the various colonies were present. Federal speeches were delivered by the Premiers. Sir Edward Braddon (Tasmania) hoped the day would come when the British and American flags would be combined, pre venting war and preserving peace. It was idle talk about the Premiers having no statutory power to amend the Common wealth Bill. The Premiers could do then best and then ask the peoples of the vari ous colonies to approve of what they formulated. ?

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A HIGHLAND "GATHERING." A VERY SUCCESSFUL DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

A HIGHLAND 'GATHERING.' A VERY SUCCESSFUL DAY. The Ulverstone Caledonian Society at its initial sports gathering yesterday was favored with all the conditions that go to make up a successful day. The weather was beautifully fine, a pleasant breeze from the sea tempering the heat of the sun s rays and making the afternoon very enjoyable. The Recreation Ground was well filled during the afternoon with: visitors from all the surrounding districts. Tho attendance was estimated at about 500, and the gate takings amounted to £22. The sale of members' tickets realised j-7, and the proceeds at the grand stand were iJ8. The programme was very well arranged, and the interest taken in each event could only be considered a happy augury for the future gatherings of the young society, which was only formed a few weeks ago. Among those present was the Hon. J. H. M'Call, M.L.O.; president, whose Highland instincts drew him into the various Highland contests. The Launceston Caledonian Society was al...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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ULVERSTONE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. OFFICE BEARERS: Patron—Hon John Henry. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

ULVERSTONE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. OFFICE BEARERS: Patron— Hon John Henry. President— Hon J. H. M'Call, M.L.C. Vice-Presidents — Drs Young, Smith, and Bluir j Captains Murray and Patter son; Eev M'Phee; Messrs P. C. Max well, P.M., A. Mitchell, G. A. Fulton, F. O. Henry, W. Henry, J. Littlejohn, J. Murray, J. Gibson, I. . Lillico, G. B. Moon, J. Fulton, J. F. Liddle, A. Car stairs, J. Reid, H. M'Cullock, J. Chis hohn, sen.. W. H. Stuart, A. Oliver, J. Eaine, seu, A. ialiioo, J. Robson, C. J. Mackenzie, M.H.A., R. Stuart Sanderson, W. Findlay, T. Shaw, F. M. Shaw, 'WY v H. Heathcoto, P. M'Laren, J. Hope, and V M'Farlaue. ^^Secretaries— Dr Gordon Stuart and Mr — W. HolbrooK ? — ? ^-~-^.. Treasurer— Dr John M'Call. Council — Messrs J. Johnstone, C. Hut ton, C. Henderson, A. Chishohn, J. T. Robertson, J. Gardiner, Archie Marquis, Colin M'Pherson, Alex Stuart, Walter Simpson, F. M'Cullock, and R. W. Hol brook. ? Auditor— Mr James Mackenzie. Piper— Mr J. Stalker.

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MEANDER RACING CLUB. MEETING AT DELORAINE. Deloraine, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

MEANDER RACING CLUB. MEETING AT DELORAINE. ? ? Deloraine, -Thursday. The. Meander Raoing Club held a meeting at Deloraine to-day. The at tendance was not large, though the sec retary (Mr H. Lane) was unwearying in lis efforts to make the meeting success ul. Results:— Hurdle Race — Electric Light, 1, Snapshot 2. Only two starters. Trial Stakes— Field's First Mate 1, Shaw's Oliyine, 2, Radford's Lady Bird 8. Anniversary Handicap— Bourke's Bridal Wreath 1, Powell's Carbinier 2, Pinkard'sKi3. Steeplechase— Sullivan's Milan 1, Powell's Hermitage 2, Keating's Uno 8. Flying Handicap— Field's Sea man 1, Pinkard's Ki 2. ? .

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ARRIVAL OF VICTORIAN RACEHORSES. Launceston, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

ARRIVAL- OF VICTORIAN RACE ' HORSES. ' ' Launceston, Wednesday. The racehorses Beau Brummel, The Scotchman, The Musketeer and Tamino arrived from Melbourne to-'day and left for Hobart to fulfil engagements at theT.R.C. Summer' Meet 'on February 1, 2 and 8. Afterwards they will come on to Laun ceston races, in; which1' they/ are also en gaged.

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MOUNT BISCHOFF TIN QUOTATION. £111 PER TON. HIGHEST PRICE FOR ELEVEN YEARS. Launceston, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

MOUNT BISCHOFF TIN QUOTA 1 'TION.; I .'' : * £111 PER TON; '?' HIGHEST PRICE FOR ELEVEN YEARS. Launceston, Wednesday. The Mount Bischoff Tin Mining Com pany received cable from London to-day, advising them that the quotation, for tin was £110, and that the. last sales were at £111 per ton, the market being excited. This is the highest price.for about eleven years. ,- f. ;V , '; ??«? , ??-.-

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THE NEW AGENT-GENERAL. ENTERTAINED AT LAUNCESTON. DEPARTURE FOR LONDON. Launceston, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

THE, NEW AGENT-GENERAL. ENTERTAINED' AT LAUNCESTON. DEPARTUREFOR LONDON. Launceston, Thursday. Prior to Ms departure by to-day's Mel bourne Bteamor en route for London, the new Agent-General (Sir Philip Fysh) was entertained by a large gathering represen tative of various interests in Launceston. The toast of Sir Philip's health was given in felicitous terms by the chairman and responded to in feeling' and7 eloquent lauguage by Sir Philip. Tne proceedings conoluded with ringing cheers for the guest.

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Centenary Day. CELEBRATED IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

Centenary Day. OELBBBATED IN TASMANIA. Yesterday was the anniversary of the colonisation of Australia, and the day was as usual observed as a close holiday. The only Devonport fixture was the holding of the annual picnic in connection with the Anglican Sunday school. There was only a moderate number of excursionists by rail. At Ulverstono the first meeting of Caledonian Society was held, and proved . very _ successful. At Forth the inter assooiation cricket match cricket match attracted a good number or spectators. These were the only public fixtures this side of Deloraine.

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FIRE IN BRISBANE STREET. Launceston, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

FIRE IN BRISBANE STREET. Launceston, Wednesday. An' inquiry was held to-day-_into the cause of the fire at A. Ritchie's tobaccon ist shop in Brisbane street yesterday morn ing. An open verdict was returned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

Shipping. Union Line of Steamers FOB MELBOURNE— PENGUIN, Wednesday, 2.30 p.m. FROM AlKLBOtJRNE— For Devonpott— . - -PBNGUIN, This day. -JONI, This day, 1 p.mT Cargo only'. ' TEKAPO, Friday, Feb.,3, midnight. TAIERI, Friday, Feb. 10. FOB STRAHAN— f.iw ,v. ... :,;.. i.-. PENGUIN, Saturday, 2.30 p.m. OROWAITI, Early. MEEINDERRY, Tuesday. FOR NEW ZEALAND PORTS, FROM HOBART— WAKATIPU, This day. MONOWAI, Friday, Feb. 3. JAMBS MURRAY, Manager. James Paterson and Co' Line. From Detbnport for Sydney. EASBY/Eariy. GLAUCUS, Early. (J ..Agents— ? /»-.s; . , STANLEY, G. Tatlow. . BURNIE, Tasmanian Farmers' Co-opera tdve Association. W. A. PEARCE, Devonport. ' White Star Line of Steamers. Till SS DORSET Leaves Launceston. FRIDAY EVEN. INGS for Devonport, Latrobe. Burnie. .Wynyard and Stanley, and ' leaves Devonport for Launceston WEDNES . DAYS at 9 a.m. ThiSSAldT Leaves Launceston 'TUESDAY EVEN INGS for Devonport, Ulverstone, Pen guin, Burnie, Wynyard, and Stanley; and leaves Devonport for Launce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

J. I). II el l'e well, DENTIST, May be Consulted at Devonport, Tuesdays, at Laurence's, Chemist, 1.30 to 4.30. Ulveretonc, at Lawson's Hotel, Friday follow ing First and Third Thursdays in each month, 1 to 4.80. Sheffield. last/Thursday, in month, at Wilson's Hotel.' ? . ?' '...: '-V:-C!- - Dentistry in all its Twaaches. the ? ? ' ' ' ' M.fijejftET MEPOBTS IN THE 'XOltTH WESTERN . ADVOCATE,' TASMANIA'* And IXTEKCOLOXIAL, THE BEST : And - -HOST COMPLETE. Sydney Produce Market .Reports ' a' Speciality. N: AV: GOAST' FARMERS WILL FIND -? --' ' TUE ADVOCATE A VALUABLE GUIDE PHILOSOPHER, and friend; -. ? ? _ ^Specimen Copy mailed on receipt of Post Card with name and address..' Important to Farmers ! BINDER TWINE,S. We deliver at - Burnie, Ulverstone, Penguin, Wynyard, and Stanley, at lowest Laimceston Prices HART AND CO., ?BUR TS'1 X . ' / ? LARGE STOCKS ON HAND \. W. BIRCn»TiTi AW SOWS. To STATE SCHOOL TEACHERS, HEADS ' of PUBLIC and PRIVATE SCHOOLS. MeBsn A. W. Birchall and Sons desir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

:How to Treat Moulting Poultry.— The moulting process having now begun uniongst the poultoy, special efforts should be made to get them through the operation as speedily as ^possible. --The longer time they take in throwing off their 1898 feathers the worse it will be for ,he fowls during the coming season and for^heir owner. Manyiowls sicken: and die, during the moult, and many remain with lost j'ear's feathers about them, and in a ragged and woe-begone condi|apn,: until the winter has come and ? gone. Prize hens should be allowed to^suYph duniny eggs, or even to bring out'a Tbrobd' of nondescripts. The incubating fever will induce a rapid and complete^ moulji.. All birds, however, should beffaiSuced,'' so far as possible, to cast their feathers, and this may be doie by good food, and varying, it is as much as possible. A little hemp seed, a little meat, a good.deal of greenstuff, together with sound grain and wholesome pollard, will have -the effect of creating a rapid moult; --?'...

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Devonport Chamber of Commerce. THE ANNUAL MEETING. VALUABLE REPORT BY THE PRESIDENT. THE PROGRESS OF DEVONPORT AND ITS PORT. THE MARINE BOARD AS AN ELECTIVE BODY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 27 January 1899

Devonport Chamber of Commerce. THE ANNUAL MEETING. VALUABLE REPORT BY THE PRESIDENT. THE PROGRESS OF DEVONPORT AND ITS PORT.     THE MARINE BOARD AS AN ELECTIVE BODY. The annual meeting of the Devonport Chamber of Commerce was held at the Public Buildings, Devonport, on Wednes- day afternoon. Present : — Mr W. Aiken- head, M.H.A.. (president), Captain Pearce, Messrs D. Cocker, R. D. Stewart, T. A. Laurance, H. H. M'Fie, W. Innes, S. Field, D. A. Nichols (secretary), and O. Ramsay (treasurer). President's Report.     The president reported as follows:— During the year just ended the , Chamber (whicli at the present moment has a roll of 24 members) has held eight regular and two special meetmgg, most of which have been well attended. Among the subjects which have been discussed may be enumerated the following: — Marine sur vey along the North -West Coast,' from Tamar Heads ;:.the proclaiming of Devon port as a port within the meaning...

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 — 27 January 1899

' * . Business Notices. U-MlAX . H E E - - - '?' WAR E ':?'?? ? FOE EEAILY ITRST - CLASS BOOTS AID SHOES TO SUIT ALL TASTES, you cannot do better than give the LEVEN BOOT MAET ' -: ' . A call before purchasing elsewhere. You will also find an excellent assortment of ENGLISH AND COLONIAL SADDLERY, ALL AT SPECIAL Wholesale Prices for Spot Cash. F. BARNES, REIBEY ST., ULVERSTONE Wanted. Business Notices. WANTED— Dark and Light PLUMS, in _ _ . , ' any quantity. Particulars STUQCiS&t CITY FBUIT MAET. _ ? WestDevonport. TO ? WANTED -An intelligent BOY for KaOVlII office. Apply promptly. G. H. WEBB, That , - _ West Devonport. __ ANTED-Good Farming MAN, mar- ??? ? -^.« JuJMirailCe ried ; wages, £55 per year. B. S. OPPENHEIM, is Latrobe. A _. , . i ? ? ? ? i ? a First'olaas ; TX7ANTED— By a thoroughly reliable and ' TT experienced man, POSITION as ChGI&i&t. Grain or Produce STOEEMAN : references. Write ? W.R., this office. and fXTANTED— A good general SERVANT ; His Ph...

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