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THE SEIZURE OF KIAO-CHOU. London, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

THE HUIZUIIU OF KIA0.0H0U. London, November 25. Tho 'Nuvotli,' St. Pelershiirg j.iurnnl, urges th it Russia, Frnnca and Uroat Britain should occupy Chlnesu territory aa a counter balance to Herman nnncx nlon.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Telegraphic News. LAUNCESTON CITY COUNCIL. A LIVELY MEETING. A CHALLENGE AND A SENSATION. ATTEMPT TO BRIBE AN ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

Telegraphic Hews. LAUNOKSTON 01TV COUNCIL. A LlVKLY'MHiKTlNO. A 0IIALLKNOK 7nL A SENSATION. ATTRUFT 10 DrTuR AN ALDERMAN. LaVHOSITOM, Monday,— Tha Oily Coun cil tO'tlny resolved to obtain leglaUtlvo enaotraent to enabla lliora to Uke ovar tho OAt«r»ctOllfl()roun«ls. During n dUoussluu ou elootrlo light mittois, several very personal stateraunta were made and thara was a heated puaago at aims between Aldormeu Suttnn and llarrutt, whleh ended In thu former challenging the Utter to resign and fight out their differences boforo tlio publlu. Alderman llarrutt ac cepted tho challcnso at it later stage, Aldotman |)irrutt c-iiisu.l some exu|tcmont by tlculatlnii tlutt ho hud bitun ulJorc.l Also to do something wjjjoti tyoi|ld. In hla opinion, havo been lojurlom tr, tho Interests of oltlxons. The stutuiuunt c»i|»ed somp ««iut tlou, nml Al'lunilin ffll»oi| inut|o nn Im paseloneil appeal for a full disclosure, Alder, man llarrett, however, would not bu drawn, nnd stoutly declared that what tho...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LABOR CONFERENCE. London, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

LAUUtl OOMFKIlKNOB, London, November ::-. Tlio Labor Cnoference nt Leeds l- amicably illteustliiii thn freedom of employers to abso lutely control managomontot tlnlr rtsiiootlvu cslnbll^hmcntt, ' .

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ENGLAND AND FRANCE IN AFRICA. London, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

BNQLANU AND FIIANOK IN AKRIOA. London, November 2.*-, 1'rocecillnga iiflfclln^ the African Commis sion dealing with coulllctinii territorial clnlm* nro nt a deadlock, Lord Salisbury re fusing to dlscu-a (Jrcat Hrltaln'a cUlm. to Doritue teirltory, east merldlao, with M. Hay, thu French reprcjentatlve.suih refusal bolng based on the ground that France recognised the rlghlaiit (Iroat Britain In lotiO, and the queil Ion, therefore-, need not bare-opened. Seventeen additional llrltlsh olHcein and tweiiiy-three sergeants are startlni} for the Nlarr. Flvo hundred Krench soldlert are now at Nlkkl. The Governor of Dahomey, heading a con Mdeiithln nrmcil force, has sbitod for the hiiileilaiul.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THREATENED RAILWAY STRIKE. London, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

THUKATKNED RAILWAY STIUKK. London, NuvomlMr 2.'-, Ilia ilnlcgatea representing railway em ployes now holding a conferrnce at Illrmlni; hum, consider Unit the replies made by tliu cuminnlu to rcqucnta fur refuttnt and amell oratlnns In tha present system of pay and duly are uinitlifnclory. The conference has rellcMted the oiler to submit matters In dls puto to arbitration, but notifies that if the Dfler ia unaccepted by Iho companies there will bu a Kinir.l strike on ill tho lines ?ffcctecl throuuhnut thn United Klngilom.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE BRITISH ARMY. London, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

TIIK Ullinsil AUMY, London, Nov,«mhe.r 35. l||0 Hon, W. St, ,lolm T. Mralrlck, tbo UudtitHecretary tor War, speaking in Lonilon last night, tulluwed up the rcmarka wlilcliha inaile last month emphasising .he recent de mund by Fluid Marshal Lord V7.il.elry for alt Increase lu the (Irlilsli army. He atatu.l that ll|o Qnvormnont Intended to modify Iho bhort-icrvlou nystem, and alto Improve lh« ty-t^m of llnkud battalions, or method of uniting twu one-battalloii ruuhnents so as to form a single regiment. Henibled that the coaling stations would poiilbly be garrisoned by uftlcura nnd men f rum Ihe navy.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FIGHTING LEGISLATORS. WILD SCENES IN THE REICHSRATH. KNIVES DRAWN AND GARMENTS SUNDERED. London, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

FRUITING LKUISLATO11S. WILD SOKNBS IN TUB nRU'lISRATil. KNIVKS DRAWnTnI) 0ABMBNT3 HUNDKUKD. London, November 2G, Scenes of tho wildest disorder have oc curred In the Austrian IWcluuih, The del Morale slonewtlllni; tactics ndoptcd by tho Uermnn minority to prevent Ihe pamagu of the nill to pruloag tho Ani!«leloli (joint Im peilal ixpeuUlture arrangement between Austiln nnd Hungary) weru a few days ago abandoned, and the thlid reading ot tha Angslelch Prolongation IHU carried befure thu lluilgut Oomiullteu without any arnen.l meut. This, however, has cauacd but a temporary lull In faction hostilities. tV.lir thu Ueruuins mid Slivs foiltbt for lult nn hour iu liand to hand conlllet, A clinlr was thrown at tliu President, wlio lied for anfuty. Oliu ot the denutlea drew a knife, but was dimmed heforu hu bad used it. Anotliur thruutuned to u-e 11 simitar weapon, and thu clothes of Iterr Wolf and llerr S ihuemere wera turn from their bodies. 1'wo other deputies woru nuaily chukeil to death...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LONDON WOOL SALES. LONDON, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

LONDON WOOL SAI.lMi LosdoU, November 211.. Tho Kl.tlh ami last serins of London wool sales for tho present year was opened yester day. Th'- competition was fair, but prices showed a decllno of trom par to f- por cent, bnlaw tho cloMng rates of tho last series. There wits a mo.lor.tto attendance. Conti nent ill buyers bid briskly, but homo and Amer lean buycrn show inoro reserve

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
AN AUSTRALIAN NOVEL. DIAMONDS & DESTINY Remarkable Story of Discovery and Adventure. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

AN AUSTRALIAN NOVKL, DRM0SDS4DESTIHY k Remarkable Slory of Discovery ami Adfcntoro. , part 1. /HUNDRED thousand pounds, L say you?1 1 if they're worth a tlinler, 1 Hut suppuso they nre only Inilla tillloli, Ilnnsp1 1 They nre real sloncs, Most of Idem conic frrmi the WalcmvUinnd Mine, 1 iM9 there when the nifinii|{cr mranged the show. If we can only secuto them ami put the ones I've got In their stead our lotltincs nre made, and with a single stroke, too/ came the reply. ' Then I'll trust you, Hans. We are both in Ihis, and you have tense enough not to make a mistake in such a malter. I've cracked hittdcr cribs than Ihis, and with a pal liVe yiui ihcre shouldn't he the 'least difficult)'. I wasn't certain I hough, for there is so much ii.iste goir.K alinul that a Icllow can never he sure. Look at the way we were had with Lady Clodminton's diamonds.' * Hut this Is different altogether. Vou tee most of these are uncut, and they don't dig up paste stones on the Kimberley,1 The speakers...

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 — 30 November 1897

lixlinmlonw. Wyftyard Horticultural Show. WKDHKHUAY, HKOKMUKtt 1S. IN TIIK HKATINU IIINK, OfFIOK llUAHEHM rreihlont-Mr 0. 0'CUjKlian, J.I1. Vice presidents-Messrs 0. J, MnckeMlj, *??»;*?. 6. II. M. Kenlon, H. Qulissln, 11. 1 D. M» rtln, A. H. Hnrrlsgn, F. K. Windsor, W. . 1 UU- Ion, (I. J. Clnmi), K. Bliitlcri , K. felutloiil, J. Bi,l,l'rae, Tin, Dove, 3, T. Hyrroll, »nil Dt 'cornmlt.co-Mmb.me. Sl.ltor.1, ILr rlson, Windsor, l'rimlly, Uriibnni j Mlfw* F.nton, Hl»ter,-Qiit|(gl«. North | lies... M. D. M.rtln, J. T. Tyroll, rurojP goto, A. IS. K.ilon, 0. B. Jlrahnm, K. II. l'enlou, J. Stattcrd. , „ , lion, Treasurer— Mr 0. J. trnton, Hon. Becrotnrjr— Mrs A. K. UnrtlBon, Mrlicilulv. All llrst prises will bo 5s nml second 2s unless otherwise mi-ntioueil SECTION A— l'OT l'LANTH J Dcgonia, In (lower a llcunnln, fullngo 1 Gactun, red 4 C»ctu», crenm or wblto I Cactus, pink « Cikuolmia ? SllccUon of C»lccol«rl».-l;t p.lze, Hoph; n«, by Messrs J. anil U, Slut » Collection o( Pot I'lnnls, not ...

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 — 30 November 1897

PMOSPHO - POTASH MANURING WILL PAY YOUR KENT, THOMAS' PHOSPHATE POWDER KAINIT (ro,«,, salt) T. E DGINTO N AND CO., DEVOiXPORT AND LAUNCESTON. Sole Agents for Tusinunla, AUdUST DLUMBNTIIAL, Hamburg, European Kipott Agent. K ?». m«»rt-lu-«|mr». «?»?? IIiinIiipnn Wollctm. I BRAND TEAS, | tin Tim.. TUB EMPORIUM, 1 5s 6d, 7s, and 9s. 1 — I . Mum S freer, I u liM'o ncrcr been cquallod for ft »t »t« by lur Hie Cheapest and I - lMin.nl.. Wu rrcnmmond Iliu fff Ihs Fincit Tea ever Import,*! .inl«, and by far the but n the I J. WAR AT AH, iniiil Mb Packets. Mil in ia RA anrl On Will chango hands nt tho end of the year, as |P) IS, 13 OQ, 9,0(1 flS. the present pioprlctor Intends to retire from jj business, ami In order to ?XD M. INGLES, Clear Hie Stock j I.AUNOKSTON. jj~ : All linoo will be sold Rogardlons of I TEA. TEA. HE BEST. ^_ llANETTKAS slaughter m iM,ery mt bk«t A?rn ouitrMi. slaughter in clothing IwtTracnn bn obtained from tho SLAUGHTER In Millinery I Merchnntn ami Storrkecpcts In 1-Da...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 30 November 1897

; 1'ARMAUKNT.— lu tin) llouso of Assembly on Frlilay, Ministers stated, In unstvcr to questions, that the .Select Coramittco re tile Agent-General1* olllco bad cost £l.1|r-/ up to the present time, nnd tint orders had been Issued for tho telegraph offices at Devon port, Durnlo, Stanley, nml Htraluo to bo kept open dally from II a.m. to 10 p.m. A message was received from tho Qovornor, recommending; the raising of £100,000 worth of nmtgigo bonds to eirry oat the Oredlt Foncler nyslcm in the colony, Hevctil unopposed motions tvero nurucil to. A motion by Mr Von Sticglllt, to make tho post of Attorney General permanent unrl non-political wjs discussed -ml ncgatlre'l. A clUcunlon took place upon tho motion by Mr A, I, Glaik,— 'That In tlio opinion of this Homo a proper icgard for the development of tho mineral fields of the western put* of tlm Island, ns well is for the Interest* of the Oovernmcnt railways nnd the general welfare of the colony, demimU that provision should bo made tor t...

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 — 30 November 1897

Hll*lll«NS KoflCtS I he t\--ttr A|i|-r»ucli of Christmas Will remind Tidy Honsoivlvos tlul tliolr llomni shouM bo tnmrtonel »|i, and Ihcy win beat do I lilt by coming direct to G. D. DAVIDSON' S, MELBOURNE HOUSE, Whoro Ilicy can teljr on getting Tl(c Largest, and Choicest Assortment of Goods at Prices fully One-fourth, Under the General Storekeeper. JUST OPENED— I!x Tnkann, from Sydney, ami Graf! on, from Melbourne, a splendid ranuo of— Klour Cloths In nil widths, Linoleums, Mailings, Drugget. Tablo llalisc«, Jlarlh Rugs, Heaver Slips Window Union', Lnco Curtains, Ail Mu«lln«, Madras Muslim Cretonnes, Table Coreif, Hud Qullta, Uuilnln Dimity, oto., vie, Discount Allowed on all Gash Purchases. HI \l- our Posters. Ill, VI) our Ilaiutliills. THE STUPENDOUS ' HOUSEKEEPERS' no\i;v-svvi\-.\ \n vs supply SALE. SALE. SALE. IT'S THE MI0.HTIK8T ot alt 1807 Mercantile Moromonti, g. mTbond, CASH MLVPKIl, nUKNIE. Atunemonl* ? Nlilpplnir. Hall at Somerset. ~]tb^+ THE FHKK~YKOUKN 4&*fc2mrm...

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. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 December 1897

Cricket. Our Irish Town correspondent has for warded additional particulars of thu match, IrMi Town v, llluck Hlver, on thu lal tin's ?i omul on Satur.lav. which was won bv tlm visitors by 9 wickets. Scores : —llluck Ilivur, 40 un.l 70 ; In tin llrst Innings A. llllr/.n.l scored I'.l and K. Horton 11 ; In the lecond A. llortun 21 (not out), W. Itorlon IB (run out), 8. Hnrtnn J!l, Irish Town— b'lrrt Innings, 110 : 11.11. Plthoiiku 1111 (not ml), A, J, Wood IK, K.I. Ilulloun Id, Mr, un» bulnii nddod for tho last wicket 1 ncuon.l nnlnn', 1 wlokot for 7. For Irish Town Mick Hallornn, Alnallu, Connel nnd Ilouao IM tlm bowling, nnd for Ulnck Rivet S. llorlon, O. Horton, II. Horton nnd II. ICmmerlon, It is lumotcd that 8, Horton a leaving for Uoraalnu | ahouUl ho do bo ha ivlll bo n great loss to tho Hlvcritoj.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Terrible Experiences OF A TASMANIAN PROSPECTING PARTY. DEATH OF TWO FORM EXPOSURE. RELIEF PARIES SENT OUT. GEEVESTON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 December 1897

Terrible G.\|icri»uces OF A TASMANIAN I'UOSl'KOTISHI PAKTY. DUATIt OF TWO~?iioM KXl'OSURK. IIUI.IICF PARTIKS HKNT OUT. (From n Ilobart Kxebango.) . OKKVi-aiTON, Hundav, A proMicdliiL' |nrly, consisting of Messrs (). (ieeves, mm., his three sons (Arthur, Oslinmn, and Ulclwrd), mid his ncpliow .Sydney, sou of Mr Hlenhen Oeevcs. all of llii- illslrlcl, alurlul out nbuiit 10 days ngo I' prospect fu thu vicinity ot ih0 Arthur Hinue, aome miles nt tlio bauk ot the Harir. Mountains. Today twT of tho p.irly (Illchnrd nnd Osborno Ocoves, jun.) it turned, biluging with them Ilio xid nowa that two of their parly hail died last night from ciposure, nnmidy, Arthur and Hydnfy Oeoves. Thu parly wnro returning from Ilio Hlver l'lel.in un their way home, and un crossing (lie Hurt* Hiiniio thoy eneoiiiitered a seve.ru snow utoiiu, nccompanied by sleet, which was fo cold, nml over a toot thick under foot, thnt It eniised their legs to glvu way. They were relieved nf their Bwngn, and Arthur Oeeves waa ...

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 — 2 December 1897

DBOWNINtl VATAWTIia AT QOI.IkNI- I TOWN. -Thu body of JobojiIi Kennedy w»» I recovered In the Quoon Ulver un Friday ast, Bomo dlatancu bulow tho brldgo over whloh It la thought hu fell. Tho bjdy was caught by tho legs uudor Bomo logs. Thoro was a deep out on the forehead, tbo 'suit prob ably of tho full from the brldgo. At tbo Inquoal, at IClllotfa Hotel, Lynohford, a verdict of ncildontnlly drowned was re- I turned.-Anothor man nnmod Juhn I.c«ry I wns nlso found drowuoil on nWi ?-'' I river. At tbo Imiuest n slmllnr rarillet ? thu above waa given. ? 1

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 — 2 December 1897

Mr W Forrealor,manngor of Warruambojl branch of Unnk of Now South Wales, waa found lylnij dead In tho hnll of tho bank premise* nbout 8 n.m, on Uunduy, Ho waa t(l yea I a of ngo. Death -np|ioac-l to bo due to a seituro brought on by too muan cycling.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 December 1897

T I 1) 15 T A II L K. (For N.W. Coast.) December a.m. p.m. 1 ... Ti.lO ... fi.3!» H ?» -1.7 ... 11.117 .1 ... 7.11 ... 7,i:i I ... 8 18 .,, 8 M It ... «.2.'l ... 0.54 II ... 10.23 ,., 10 SO 7 ... 1OW ... 1112 S ... 11.81 „. 11.51! ?J ... Ill 111 ... 12 XI 10 ... 12 50 ... 1.7 U ... 1.21 ,., 1.41 12 ... 1.5!) ,„ 2.10 Kl ... 2 nil ... 2.51

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 December 1897

LAUNCESTON SHARK MARKET. L'ATJNOESTON, Wodncsday,— Today's mica on 'Ohaugo : — Tasmania, «6I17/U | Woat Lyell Ilxteudud, 40/ 1 Hllver Queen, 1/(1 j Cutty Sark, 80/ 1 Ocutral Muunt Lyril, 1/U. .

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
RUSSIAN POWDER FOR INDIAN REBELS. London, November 30. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 2 December 1897

RUSSIAN POWDUll FOR INDIAN RICIIKL3. London, November .10, Customs olllccra havu ilotnlncd n largo quantity of gunpowder in Ilio Tlinmea, which wns about being ahlppnl aboard I hi! ateamcr llcliiclilslan, bound for the Persian Oulf, The powder had beon brought from n Rua Man port, and It is believed to bo intended for tho Indian flonller rebels,

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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