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For the Ladies. SKIPPING FOR HEALTH AND BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
For the Liulies. SKIPPING FOR HEALTH AND BEAUTY. An old-fashioned, graceful, yet much neglected form of amusement for children is the use of the skipping rope. It ia one of the healtliiest exercises ever invented, a.nd it probnbly dates from pre-historic times. Bo.yB, unless they are very little, consider it exclusively 11 ' girlish pastime, but the exercise is just as good ,for them as for their sisters. Skipping backwards instead of forward' should always be encouraged, as it throws open tie chest, and (lt)\ clop? the muscles of r the arms and shoulders. The girl who , skips much and well is sure to he [lithe, supple, and light in her ino\cuients,i\v bile tho exercise is good in every rwny for/her, bodily health. It is, however, ' hardly' an amusement~for very hot .weather, but rather for 'the cold, fine, bracing days of , spring andftutuum, or, if thero'- be .plenty of room to play indoors, for, wet or snowy wintry days when there is no getting i-out. A learned ladjvthe widow ,of...
Shipping. DEVONPORT. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
Sliippiiu?. IMEV^'IMJJBT. Aun\\ i;d. January 27— Amy, as, 75 tons, .T. Brown, from Stanley. January 28 — Penguin, ss, 824 tons, H. '« A. Morrisby, from Melbourne. Passen gers: — Saloon — Aliases Angus, Pearson, Skillen, Parsons (2) nnrtHarkness; Messrs Bailey, Henry, House; and 1 in tho steerage. January 28 — Dorset, ss, 100 tons, W. Holyman, jun, from Launccston. January 28— Annie, ketch, 85 tons, J. ? Rockwell, from Penguin. SA1LKD. January 27 — Kini, ss, 1,122 tons, M. Livingstone, for Sydney. January 28 — Penguin, ss, 824 tons, H. Ai Morrisby, for Hobart; IMPORTS. November 29— Per Penguin, ss, from Melbourne.— 5 ess tea, 1 tin do, W. B. ? Cocker; 1 csk lubricating oil, 8 ess sal mon, 1 es tongues, 1 J-chst tea, Wells . and Co. ; 10 |-chsts tea, Henry and Co. ; 1 pkg binder extras, H. Phillips ; 1 rocking horse, W. Henry; 1 pkg confectionery, Von Alwyn; 5 bxs candles, 20 ess kero sene, G. Tucker ; 2 ess axe handles, 5 ess - pickles, 2 ess tea, 1 cs drapery, 1 bl hessian, 1 keg ta...
ELECTIVE V. NOMINEE MARINE BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
-/ELECTIVE V. ^NOMINEE . ;\''* SMAfilKE BOARDS. The suggestion made byMrB.D. Stew art, at the last meeting of the Devonport Chamber of Commerce, to the effect that the Mersey Marine Board should be an elective instead of a nominee body, is one that will be endorsed by «' .large majority of the community. The nominee system is altogether wrong, and cannot- be too strongly denounced. It may lead to serious abuses and injustice on the part of those having the power to make the appointments and the members of the various nominee bodies who are ap pointed to conduct public business, This risk should be removed by our legis lators at the earliest opportunity. Iu speaking in support of his proposal as to the advisableness of altering the present system of constituting tho Mer sey Marine Board, . Mr Stewart em phasised the universal axiom — 'no taxation without representation ' — in its special application ' to the export wharfage rates recently im posed by the Marine Board, . It is quite p...
THE North Western Advocate Published every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Morning. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL. MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1899. FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
, THE PullUliri rrery Monday. VTeAruulay, and Friday Morning. I t FAIB AND IMPARTIAL. MONDAY, JAXUAIIT 30, 1S99. FEDERATION. The 'po'&ition. which Sir Henry Wrixon, one of-the best constitutional authorities in Victoria,' has taken up in regard to the amendment of the Commonwealth Bill is undoubtedly a strong one from a logical standpoint. The hon. gentleman contends thai; the Parliaments cannot possibly amend a Bill which has been ratified by the people at the ballot, and that the Premiers, .who hold office at the -pleasure -of 'the' Parliaments, dare not alter a word or a line in it. The' contention is sound, and in addition it -must be obvious that if the New South Wales Parliament is permitted to make amendments in the Bill, the same privi lege must be conceded to the legislatures of the other colonies, so that we should enter upon a running cross-fire of amendments and amendments upon amendments, and 'the prospect of securing finality would be remote indeed: -The Bill, ...
HOBART STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
HOBART STOCK SALES. ;- Messrs Roberts and Co., Hobart, re port under Friday's date: — Sales at slaughter-yards yesterday were as follow: 6 cows, i. from Jericho, £5/10 to £4; 1 cow, Johnson, £6/5 ; 1 do., Lamb, £7/5 ; 1 do., Brent, £6/10; 6 do., -from Kelvin Grove; £4/2/6 to £2/1; vealer,31/; bull, Ward, £3/12/6; 8 cows, from Falmouth, Becker's, £7/10 - to £4; .8 steers, from Burnie, £8/12/6 to £6/15; 6 vealers, various owners, 85/- to 17/6 ; 20 lambs, ' Arundel, 10/9 to 10)3; 60 lambs, Corney, 11/ to 10/6; 20 (do., Palmer, 8/6 to 7/9 ; 76 crossbred wethers, Campania, 12/9; 75 do., Mount Pleasant, 13/ to 12/9 ; 12 pigs, various owners, from £2/14 to 23/ ; do., carcase pork, from 6Jd to , 5£d per lb ; carcase beef, from 3d to 2Jd per lb ; sets offal, 6/ to 5/. Mr J. W. Abbott, Hobart, reports under date Friday last as follows :— At the slaughter-yards yesterday the figures generally were good. My sales were: — 7 head cattle, for T. E. Steele, Southern field, £8/2/6 to £7/7/6; 7 do., ...
BRITISH AND FOREIGN MARKETS. London, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
BRITISH AND FOREIGN MARKETS. London, January 28. The advent of colder weather is improv ing the butter trade. Colonial is selling at 98/ to 100/ per cwt., and a .few extra prime lots'at 102/. 'Danish 1b unchanged. American speculation is stiffening the wheat ,'. markets. A parcel of 18,000 quarters, of Victorian, ex steamer, for January delivery, has been sold at 30/ per quarter ; another parcel of 9,000 quarters,' per sailer, January-February, at 28/9. Parcels for February delivery are worth 27/6. South Australian wheat, per steamer, 28/9. - Spelter quoted at £24/15/ per ton.
MR. BALFOUR'S HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
MB. BALFOUlVS HOME. Whittinghtine in East Lothian, the ancestral home of Mi, Balfour, is described by a repre sentative of the ' Christian Commonwealth,' who has just paid it a visit, as a beautiful place. The building is roomy ; it has about fitly apart ments, some of which ore large and handsome. The study where ' Foundations of Belief ' was written is a lofty apartment. Near one of tbe wiadowp is a grand piano, on which tue . First Lord of the Treasury, who is passionately fond of music, may sometimes be heard playing as late as two o'clock in the morning. Mr. Bafour, when at Wfaittingbame, rarely retires until the small bours,aud consequently is not au early riser. His bedroom leads out of the study. ' Just through the dour, iu a comer, is a narrow, plain iron bedstead, such as you might see in a ploughman's cottage— no staiuly canopy or curtains, not even a fuotrail- aud there is little else in the room. Luxurious ss are other tpattmtnts in the house, here eveiy-. thing id seve...
HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. The following are the ruling prices : — Wheat, nominal, 3/3 ; flour, best, £9 ; seconds, £8; sharps, £4/10/, better sup ply; bran, 8d; oats, 2/3 to 2/6; grey peas, 8/6 to 3/9 seed;Jares, 5/6; rye, 5/; hay, old, £2/5/ to £2/10/; new hay, 27/6 to 30/; chaff, £2/. to £2/15/ ; new chaff, 35/ per ton ; wheaten straw chaff, 20/; straw, wheatenT^O/, to 25/; do., oaten, 33/ ; hops, 1/3 ; potatoes, £3/10/ to £i; onions, £7 per ton ; but ter, factory, 1/; separator, lOd; cheese, 7d to7id, and New Zealand, best factory cheese, 7Jd to 7^d; honey, 4d to4Jd; eggs, 9d; ham, 9d to lOd; bacon, 9d; lard, 7d ; raspberries, 4d per ib; strawber ries, 6d per quart; apricots,. 9/; plums, 2/ to 4/6 per bushel ; jargonelle pears, 2/6; peaches, 9/.
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. The latest leading quotations are as follow : — Flour, 17/ to 17/6 per sack for stone and roller respectively. Milling wheat, 3/ for prime samples, to 2/9 for second grade ; fowls' wheat, 2/6 to 2/9 ; stout oats, feed, 2/ ; shipping parcels, 8 to 1/10; Tartarian, 1/10; grey pea^ 3/; beans, 3/; English barley, 4/3; Cape, 4/; rye, 4/' to 5/; tares, 5/ to 7/; bran, 7d per bushel; pollard, 8Jd; sharps, 8Jd; onions, 8/ per cwt; potatoes, £3/15/ per ton; chaff, £2/2/6 to £2/5/, bags in, for export; £2/10/ ex store; straw chaff, '£2. Grass seeds— English, 4/ to 4/3; Italian, 5/ to 5/6; soft grass, 4/ ; cocksfoot, Tasmanian, 7/6 ; imported, 9/ ; clover, white, lOd to 1/; linseed, 2id to 2$d ; prime separator and . factory brands butter, lOd to lid; prime dairy, 7id to lOd; pastry horts, G}d to 7d; cheese, 5d to 7id ; ham.'lOd to 1/ ;. bacon, 7d to 9d ; eggs, 7d to 8Jd ; lard, 6$d ; honey, 5d.
THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. OUR SPECIAL REPORT. TASMANIAN POTATOES £7 AND UNDER. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. OUR SPECIAL REPORT. TASMANIAN POTATOES £7 AND ' UNDER.. -. Sydney, Friday. ?, Thero were large supplies of all kinds of produce at the Eedfern railway station this morning, and at auction potatoes sold from 6/ to 7/4 per cwt (equal to £7/6/6 per ton). Chaff is easier at from £2/15/ to £3/5/. Oaten. hay sold at £2/10/ to £2/15/, and lucerne at £3 per ton. The trade in Sussex street to-day was quiet. Chaffsoldat£3t6£3/10/,maize at 3/6, with a downward tendency ;' oats, at 2/2 on the wharf. About 400 bags of Circular Head potatoes are'lef t, and are selling at J- 7 and under. Some Warrnambools are due by to-night's boat. The agents are asking £6/10/, and should the ss Kini have a heavy shipment, the market' will be easier. Private advices state that big crops will be dug in the Orange district later on. Sydney, Saturday. As usual there was nothing doing in the produce market to-day. Best samples of potatoes by the Kini are expected to be offered on Monday at ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
Persons troubled. with diarrhoea will be interested in the '- experience of Mr W. Mi Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrance, Provid ence, R.I. He says: ' For several years I have, been almost a constant sufferer from diarrhoea, the frequent attacks com pletely prostrating me f and rendering me nnfit for any duties at this hotel. About two years ago a travelling salesman kindly gave me a small bottle. of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ' Remedy. Much toi my surprise .and, .delight its effects were immediate. 'Whenever I felt symptoms of the disease I would fortify myself against the attack with a few' doses of this valuable remedy. The result has been very satisfactory and almost complete relief from the affliction.' For Bole by all dealers, Hatton and Laws, General gents.
The Gatton Tragedy. BURGESS ASSERTS HIS INNOCENCE. NOT AT GATTON ON THE FATAL NIGHT. POLICE HAVE VALUABLE EVIDENCE. ARE NOW ON THE RIGHT TRACK. Brisbane, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
The Gatton Tragedy. BURGESS ASSERTS HIS INNOCENCE. . ? NOT AT GATTON ON THE FATAL NIGHT. ' ' . POLICE HAVE VALUABLE EVIDENCE. ARE! NOW ON THE RIGHT TRACK. . Brisbane, Sunday. Further developments have taken place in connection with the Gatton tragedy. Richard Burgess, the man suspected by the police, who has seen his solicitor, has given him an account of what he. states were his wanderings about' Christmas time, and if farmers and others he men tions can corroborate him he could not have been at Gatton on Christmas Day, Boxing Day(when the murders were com mitted), or the day following. '', Police have almost discontinued search ing in the neighborhood of Gatton for clues, and say that they have obtained evidence more valuable than any .'received, for weeks. They assert that they are now on the right track. . - ' ',: ??; '.' ' ; ??
VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALESi Sydney, Friday. The intercolonial cricket match Victoria v. New South Wales was resumed to-day, when the innings of the home team closed for 442. 'When stumps were drawn', this afternoon' the Victorians had lost .7 wickets for 154 runs. ' Giller made 62. « -? Sydney, Sunday-' ' Flay in the intercolonial . cricket mat «h was continued to-day. The innings of t be , viators closed for 215, Giller making 117. Being' 227 runs to the, bad, they follow- ed on, and had when stumps' were draw ;n made 271 for 5 wickets, Graham con tributing 124, Worrall 68, and Layer 5.1. Our baby has been continually troubled', with colic and cholera infantum since Ms. birth, and all that we could do for him did - not. seem to give more than temporary relief, until we tried Chamberlain's; Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy. Since giving that remedy he has not been troubled. We want to give you th!is testi monial as an evidence of our gratitude— not that you need it to advertise ...
INTERCOLONIAL MATCHES. VICTORIA. V. TASMANIA. Hobart, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
INTERCOLONIAL MATCHES. VICTORIA V. TASMANIA,, ' ' 1 ' , - Hobart, Thursday..-,. The intercolonial match, Victoria v Tasmania, was commenced at Hobart to day. The home team batted first and put together 883, Ward 97 (not out) and Eady 92, batting very well. Whenstumps.were drawn for the day the visitors had.scored 7 runs without Iobs. . Hobart, Friday. The match was resumed to-day, when the visitors were all disposed of for 211. Carlton, going in first, carried out his bat for 73. In their second innings the home,, team had put together 89 without tire loss.. of a, wicket when play ceased for the da^j Bum having scored 43 and. Savigny 40. Hobart, Sunday.!, The cricket match Victoria v. Tasmania was advanced another stage yesterday, when the Tasmanians in their second innings scored 369. Burn mode, 119, Windsor 67, and Savignjr 60. The Vic torians, with- 542 to male, commenced their second innings and when stumps were drawn for the day h&d lost 4 wickets for66.
LATROBE V. PARKHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
LATROBE V. PABKHAM. The Latrobe Cricket ' Club journeyed to Parkham on Thursday. The day was all that could be desired. Latrobe, wonby 9 wickets.. The visitors were most hospit-' ably received and had an enjoyable* day. - Scores: — ' ' _, - ' ? i' /'?; Parkham— First Innings. ?? ? ' A. Cox, b Atkinson ... '- ? ...'7. W. Cox, Ibwb Anderson ? , 8 Alf. Radford, c and b Atkinson ' ..'' 2 Art. Radford, c Morey b AtkiriBon ..'. J 4- Alb. Radford, b Anderson ' ? , .0 C. Radford, b Atkinson. ? 1 H.' Radford, b Anderson * ? 1 O E. Cox, c Cox b Anderson ? ? 0 J. Eenton, b Anderson ? ,0 T. Radford, not out ? 1 W. Crawford, b Atkinson ' ? 1 Sundries ... ... ??? ... 2 , Total'' ? ', ... 26 Bowling— Anderson, 9 overs, 12 runs, 5 wickets ; G. Cox, 3 overs, 9 runs ; L. Atkinson, 6 overs, 3 runs,' 5 wickets. r Latrobe— First Innings. E. Morey, b Alf Radford ... - :.. 25 R. O'Brien, c Alb. Radford b Art. Rad- ' ford ? ..'. ..'.' 5 R.' Ritchie, c Art. Radford, b Alf: Rad- a ford ? , ... ... ?_... 4 L....
Cricket. A LADIES' MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899
Cricket ' '... A LADIES' MATCH. A novel cricket match was played at Sulphur Creek on Thursday last between teams of ladies representing Blyth and Sulphur Creek respectively. This was the second match of the season between these teams, and a good deal of interest was token in the game, which resulted in a victory for the Blyth representa tives, who thus avenged their previous defeat. Somo of the cricket displayed by the ladies was really first-class, and gave evidence of much quiet practice, the bat; ting especially being good, boundary hits being frequent. The scores were :— Sul- phur .Creek, 1st innings, 48; second, 28. Blyth, 1st .innings 41; second, 54. As each team has now. won a match, it is in-, tended to play a deciding game. A sug-'. gestion has been made that this should be played on the Burnie Recreation Ground, and that a. small charge be made, for ad mission, ; the proceeds to be devoted to some charitable object. If it be decided to play the match at Burnie, there would...