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GRAND MASONIC LODGE. THE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION. Launceston, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

GRAND MASONIC LODGE. THE ANNUAL - COMMUNICATION. '? . [ .Launceston, Friday. The Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge of Tasmania was held in the Masonic Hall to-day, , when the Hon. C. E. Davies, M.L.C., was re-elected Grand Master. Aldermen R. J. Sadler (Laun ceston) and J. G. Davies, if.H.A. (Mayor of Hobart), were re-appointed as Pro. and Deputy Grand Masters.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
RETURN OF TASMANIAN REPRESENTATIVES. THE PROSPECTS OF FEDERATION. Launceston, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

RETURN OF' TASMANIAN REPRE SENTATIVES. THE PROSPECTS OF FEDERA TION. Launceston, Sunday.' ' Three of the Tasmanian representa tives on the Federal Council, Hons. W. Moore (Chief Secretary), H. Dobson, and Adye Douglas, returned to-day. The members look forward hopefully to the Premiers' Conference, now being held, terminating in the creation of a United Australia. It is probable that, should federation not be accomplished as the outcome of the conference, a special meeting of the Federal Council will be held in Brisbane to arrange for 'placing the Council on an elective basis, and for enlarging its powers and usefulness. Marine Board of Table Cape.— The fol lowing abstract of the accounts of the Marine Board of Table Cape for the year ending December, 1898, is published in the last ' Gazette ' : — Receipts. — Balance from last account. £1,016 lls 9dj wharfage, £1,266 12s 4d; harbor dues, £488 Is lOd ; refund for breakage lamp, breakwater, Emu Bay, 5s; 'total, 'JE2.721 10s lid. Expen...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Federal Council. SESSION IN MELBOURNE. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

The Federal Council. SESSION IN' MELBOURNE. Melbourne, Friday. The sittings of the Federal Council were resumed to-day. The Premier of Queens land, Mr J. R. Dickson, moved the second reading of the Bill to provide for federal quarantine. The Bill was 'read a second time and referred to . the Standing Com mittee. It was agreed to again urge the Imper ial Government to remove the restriction from -British, residents in the New Hebrides on the sale of liquor and arms to the natives. It was decided to hold the next meeting of the Council in Perth. The - Council was formally adjourned- till Friday next, when it will be prorogued. ' (

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AUSTRIAN IMMIGRANTS. TRAVELLERS TO BROKEN HILL. DETAINED BY THE POLICE. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AUSTRIAN. IMMIGRANTS, ; TRAVELLERS TO BROKEN HILL. DETAINED BY THE POLICE. Adelaide, Friday. The Immigration Restriction Act has again been' enforced; this; time at Cock burn, on the border of New South Wales. Two Austrians, who were travelling to Broken Hill from Adelaide by this morn: . ing's express, were stopped at the border, but they determined to go on, and on arrival at Broken Hill were detained by the police.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Intercolonial. VICTORIA. COUNTERFEITING SOVEREIGNS. EXTENSIVE AND EXTENDED FRAUDS. £100 PER MONTH FOR FOUR YEARS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

Intercolonial. VICTORIA. COUNTERFEITING SOVEREIGNS. EXTENSIVE~~AND EXTENDED FRAUDS. j £100 PER MONTH FOR FOUR YEARS. ' ' Melbourne,'- Friday. An important arrest has been made by the police in the capture of a man named Henry Stanley, who has been coining counterfeit sovereigns on on extensive scale for the past four years. He has confessed that during that time he made 1 JS100 per month. After1 making a batch of coins he always destroyed the moulds, and in order to escape detection distri buted the spurious corns in the different colonies. It is computed by the detectives that altogether several thousands of these coins have been passed throughout Aus i tralia, and it was only after the most care ful work on their part that they were able to trace his connection with the crime. On no less than bix occasions he was searched, but without success. A woman named Nellie Underwood, who passed as his wife, has also been arrested. - '

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NEW SOUTH WALES. RACING IN SYDNEY. ANOTHER SENSATIONAL. ACCIDENT. SEVEN HORSES FALL. TWO JOCKEYS INJURED. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

NEW SOUTH WALES. - 'i , , RACING IN SYDNEY. ' ANOTHER SENSATIONAL. ACCI I DENT. SEVEN HORSES FALL. TWO JOCKEYS INJURED. Sydney, Sunday. At the Summer Raco Meeting yester day at Randwick another sensational turf accident occurred. ; In the Anniversary Handicap, for which there was a large field, seven horses came down at the homo turn, and two jockeys named D. D. Cook and E. dead were badly hurt, and were sent to the hospital. The race was won by'Alemene, with Influenza second, and Brazen Lad third.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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THE ILLNESS OF CHIEF JUSTICE WAY. HIS CONDITION CAUSING ANXIETY. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

THE ILLNESS OF CHIEF JUSTICE WAY. HIS CONDITION' CAUSING . ANXIETY. Adelaide, Friday. The condition of His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor, Chief Justice Way, is so serious as to cause his medical at tendants grave anxiety.'

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LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. Launceston, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. ' ' ? , ' Launceston, Friday. No sales were reported on 'Change to day. Leading, quotations were :— Pina- fore, b Ss 3d,.s 4s ; North Tasmania, b 7s, s 7s 6d; Mt. Read, b 38s ; Western, b 14s, s 20s; Magnet, b 45s; Colebrook, b 5s lOd, s 6s 9d ; Hercules, b 20s 6d, s 22s ; Lyell, b £6 11s, a £6 12s; North Lyell, b 55s; Reserve, b 2s 9d, s 3s ; Red Hills, b 4s 9d ; Mt. Black b 5s, s 6s 9d ; Mt. Bis choff, b £23 10s, s £30 10s. Launceston, Sunday. No sales were reported on 'Change yes terday. The leading quotations were : — Pinafore, b 3s 3d, s 4s; Tasmania, bJE5 8s, s £5 9s; Tasmania Amalgamated West (paid), b 2s 4d, s 3s ; do. North, b 6s 9d, s 7s ; Mount Bead, b 40s, s 47s 6d; Oonah, b 2s 6d, s3s; Western, s 20s; Mount Magnet, s 47s6d: Hercules, s 22s; Lyell, b £6 11s, s £6 13s 6d ; Thareis, b 23s 6d, s 26s ; North Lyell, b 58s; Crown, b 14s, s 14s 9d; Reserve, b 2s 9d, s 3s Id ; Red Hills, b 5s Id, s 5s 8d; Colebrook, s 7s ; Sischoff, b £SS ?10s, s £30 10s...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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Tasmanian. LAUNCESTON POLICE COURT. Launceston, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

Tasinanian. LAUNCESTON POLICE COURT. Launceston, Friday. At the Lavmceston Police Court to-day, Peter and Arthur Greaves, Henry Robin son, and John Ikin pleaded guilty to the charge preferred against them of being in the Marine Hotel lasfSunday. The first named was fined 15s and costs, being his second offence,' and the' others were fined 10s and costs.— Aubrey Stanley and John M'Manus, for assaulting Stewart Dell, were each fined 10s and costs.

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THE TROUBLE IN SAMOA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

THE , TROUBLE IN SAMOA. The Samoan crisis re-kindles recollec tions of another scene in the harbor there a few years ago. A terrific lmrri .cane was raging and the beach was strewn with stranded vessels, and amongst .the larger ships riding at anchor were three^ men-of-war, repre senting the navies of Great Britain, Germany, ? and the United' States. They were in t imminent danger, but the captain of the British warship deter mined to face the hurricane rather than drift helplessly ashore. Inch by inch the Calliope fought the storm, cheered by the crew of the doomed American vessel . as she passed . her— cheered by those of her own race and blood— and she emerged safely from storm and ^tress. There is a storm of another kind raging in Samoa now — a storm of humaii. passion, of German' treachery and of racial conflict'; but once more the banners of England #and America wave side by side, and stand between the oppressor and his -intended victims. Under these two flags justice i3 , adm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

'/ Shipping. Shipping! -isNA. ' 'VTOKTH GERMAN LLOYD IMPERIAI *f^Bflg?v IN GERMAN MAIL. J^^R^^ .. Monthly direct steamers to England and '?''??''-? the Continent, calling at Adelaide, Free ' i[n!.n r inn «4' fif-uimaH mantle, Colombo, Aden. Suez Canal, Naples, UIllOll Line OI SieUHierS Gen0!l) Southampton. Antwerp, and Bremen, ? will be despatched as under :— Steamer. Tons. Commander. Melbourne . FOR MELBOURNE- . Konigin Von Schuck PENGUIN, Wednesday 2.30 p.m. Luisc 10,5GG ? -man Jan-31. \ Barbarossa 10,769 A. Ilichter Feb. 28 FROM MELBOURNE— Prinz Regent For Devonport- - . Luitpold 6,288 H. Walter Mar. 28 - - nnvrr-m»T o ? l Steamers leave Adelaide, on Saturdays PBNuUIN,l?nUtty. . . immediately after arrival of express train '- 'from Melbourne. Passages from £14 to £67 FOR SYDNEY— 10s.- Return tickets,. saloon. £55 to £110. TEKAPO, Friday, Feb. 3, midnight. ' Passages fiSm Europe. America, etc.,' can be TAIERI, Friday, Feb. 10. ? prepaid in the colonies. ? .. 'T. Ostermeycr,- Dewte...

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THE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

THE HOME'. Loose Knife 'Handles :? It is quite easy, . to mend these. Take the handle off,' .mix together three parts resin and one ofbath- ? brick; nearly' fill 'the handle with' .this, l - - heat the steel beyond the blade till nearly red hot, insert in the handle/ and press t down into place. They will then be as firm as when new. ? ?„*.,? To Clean' Japanese Trays :? They so , ? often look dull and smeary from being . , washed in_..hot 'water. ? They should, be. \. sponged' with cold water and a little soap ' if necessary, -then dusted' over with flour. ? Let stay five minutes, dust off, and polish with on old silk handkerchief. _; . / The very best ironholde'rs can be mode byr cutting out pieces of leather from the,' back- of ? any old boots' -you may have, . place one between two or three flayers of , , cloth and . sew round in. the usual way. The leather1 will keep_ all heat1 from the ,, hands. Stiff chamois leather should be washed - in lukewarm suds and then,rinsed in, clean...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

? Business lotices.:; | Cheap Meat ' I Cheap Mea ?i supi'ort the ,\;ew butcher, j A. 'W. POSTER, iAVHO HAS BROUGHT DOWN IF, I PRICE OF MEAT Df ! Scvoniiorf, And; ? ? ???:? SELLS JfOXE BUT THE BEST QUALITY. Families waited on Daily for Orders. A. JOIIFFE, * ?-, Monumental 'Works, Opposite Railway Station, West SevoniMti-t. Monumental Work in Granite, Marble, el CITY PRICES. INSCRIPTIONS CUT IN ANY. PART OF THE COAST. i _ Designs and Estimates Forwarded on Application. CORHERPONDnNfE INVITED. A. II. B R I C G S, SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER,; §tcelc Street, West Scvonpor ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SADDLES AN HARNESS MADE ON THE PREMISES. Repairs Faithfully Executed. Cheapness and Despatc Estimates of Cost Supplied on Applicatk Personally ,qr by Letter. Rrcad, Bread, Bread Of the ; BEST QUALITY At the Cheapest Current Rates, Also Hot Pies, Hot Pics, OBTAINABLE FROM v W. J. Riselej BAKER, , , '''??.? : ! WEST 'DEVONPORT. Entering undprtnVen. fnnntry ordei promptly attended to. ' GEORGE JUDOS TAILO...

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AN ADVENTURES'S STRANGE CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

IN ADVENTURESS'S % STKANGB CA1JEI5K. tj Tho real name of Emilia Chiuin ?? 'lias George '?& floprei, U EmmeEno Mary H. She was born |ln KngUnd nearly GO ytars »go nf ralturt d nn-1 ?v Talrly well-to-do pmrenta. The i-li!rr H. was a 'kjjdisraiinfl broker. At an curly nL- EmmulLm ;|develn|ii-d a supnuio Toica of light v(iluinc lut flcxquWfc quality, and wn» icnt to Mi! n. where J ,2»ho sttirUid fur O) era uitdrr Sign, r H..ni;iovaniil, :'|one of the most aoromjli lu-l i.i:i-.-Liosof his : ttioie. ^nnyioTaiini nov- r I :nl mi n\ tcr pupil, »|and it »? nut m my j ear« b f. r, he lamclad ; ?iEmmuliun II. upon tbi- o|M- tit- 6 'nge imd.r tlic V.jniimii l'.mjliu C; iome, which nos nftetw*r-ls lo ?V become fume iis. Tbe peiSvimlLy uf tlm woman .: had di.vili.pnl with her voim. At iiH-turilj it ??,. Ul.s a vrrj p. ciili:ir one. Sbe mi nllit-r till auJ # veij .H'eiilur, with gra-.e in cvtrj movcriiiiut. 'I H.r fmtniva Wi-ro not itvnsikiUc, but rone ?I eouM uiiinsij Heir eli«rm. Whni Ch...

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PRINCESS CARABOO [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

PlUNCliSS CAIUBOO : Hone, in his ' Evrxy-Day Book,' gives th« foil ..wiug ncciuot ol this iir-i'^lor:— Late oue evening iu th -. f^iriug of 1317, the rustu: inhaUtanl.' of AI.Konilbbury, in Gloucis tei.'hiie, wtrc snip isul oy tLe entrence of a jun;n mman in slrvrge attire. She wore lcaliwr ntiorK tiul bhukworetcd stockings, a blif k i(o(I con n nith a muslin frill at the neck, ltd x red (U'.d bl:ck shawl round btr ihouldi rs, in/L aUluck cotton chatrl on herhea-l Her he tht nas tbout Cvu feet tws inches, and she cuxied a small bundle hi her arm contain itig a few neccssurits. Her clothes . wtre leiseJj aud Ustefu'ly put on in an utieu bil fabhiou. Her eyes and hair were ; 11; ck, her fuleLead was low, Ler nose short, her mouUi wide, her teeth nbite, her lips l.i!£e and fuil, hir under lip projected a little, her chin wa» small and rouud, her runds wue cl. an aud gtemed unused to lauour. She spiicared about twciity-five years of age, was £i.ti;ueJ, wolkoii wiih difficulty, tpoko a l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

Special Advertisements/'' ?? THE ? ' mabke1 reports ' 'in the 'NORTH WESTER^ ADVOCATE,' ?TASMANIAN . ,? ' And INTERCOLONIAL, THE BEST ' ' And ' .f-,N; -' ! MOST COMPLETE. Sydniy Produce ICarkft Btporta a Speciality. . t i ? ? N.'W. COAST FABMERS WILL FIND '» ' - THE ADVOCATE ' ' ,; ' A VALUABLE . ''?'* « ',. ( -, GUIDE. . . .. ' PHILOSOPHER, and ' FRIEND. ' \ ? , - '; -y Specimen' Copy mailed -on' receipt 'of 'Post Card with name and address. 'fj J. D. Hellewell, DENTIST, i May be Consulted at Devonport: Tuesdays.^ Laurence's, Chemist, 1.30 to 4.30. ? im Ulverstorie, at LawWs Hotel, Friday follow . ing First and Third Thursdays in each month, 1 to 4.30. . - , ? ,,r Sheffield, last Thursday in month, at Wilsou's Hotel. , . ' , ?. ' DatiBtryi&allitstauofaM- OUR CIRCULATlbN! - OVER 740 .--;-? Each iKwue, - ' And Steadily ' Increasing. ' FOR the information of. our Advertisers and others interested, we have much pleasure in stating that the circulation of the 'North-Western Advo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

'I Mscellaneoust Devon; Cottage Hospital. — , .1 THE ANNUAL MEETING of Subscribers will be held at the hospital on TUES DAY, January 31, at 3 p jn., to'receive An nual Report and Statement of Accounts ; to elect six Governors in the places of Messrs JohnHenrv. Henry 'Murray, W. L. Wells, W. E. Bovill, F. O. Greene, and Dr Young, who retire, but are eligible for re-election. . -At the dose of the above meeting, the ? Board, of Governors will meet to appoint , Officers for the year. l ? R. C. FAIRLAM. Hon. Manager. J /COLLAR MAKING in all its branches a L \J JOHN THOMPSON'S, Devonport. ' ' Wanted. WANTBl^-Dark and L'ight PLOJIS. in nuy 'quantity. 'Particulars . CITY FBTJ1T MABT, ', ' West Devonport. WANTED — An intelligent BOY for ' office. Apply promptly. G. H. WEBB, West Devonport. W'ANTED-Good Farming MAN. mar Tied ; wages, £55 per year. V B. S. OPPENHEIM, ' Latrobe. WANTED— By a thoroughly reliable and experienced man, POSITION as Grain or Produce STOREMAN ? : references. Write ' ...

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Brookside Bacon Factory. A LAPSED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

Itrooksirie Bacon Factory. ? ?' V'j.-'k -LAPSED iffiETING. . - - -j j (FROM ODB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ,'.; The fourth annual meeting of share holders in, the Brookside Bacon Factory Company, Limited (Emu Bay), which 'was to'have been held in the Town Hall, Burnie, on Saturday afternoon, lapsed for want i of a -quorum of 10. There, were present: Messrs' W. Jones (chairman of directors), T. Wiseman! 'and W. Ling directors), Messrs A. K. Chapman, J. Deacon, D. Elph'instoSei W.'H.'Oldakcr, H.; Billett (shareholders), and the secre tary (Mr A. Joyce.) As' there was not a quorum the annual business could not be transacted, but a dividend, of 15 per cent was declared by the chairman; and cheques 'Were paid to those present. The retiring directors (Messrs T. Wiseman and W. Ling) and the auditors' (Rev H. T. Trari mar and Mr H. 'J. Payne) will continue to hold office for another term. The, position of the company, as is natural to suppose from the declaration of iuch a. substantial dividend,' ...

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

News in Brief. Mrs Matthews, an elderly widow, found dead at her residence, Longford: Heart disease thought to have been the cause of death. Tarawoolshed at Barcaldinc, Queens land, destroyed by fire. Cause unknown. Artesian bore on Galgi Station (Queens land) has struck a flow of 300,000 gallons per day. Mr W. Redmond, M.P., rejected as High Sheriff of Dublin. Mr W. S. Southwell, Launceston man ager of the Phoenix Fire Office, leaves to assume control of the head office at S3rdney. On May 1 next clocks in South Aus tralia will.be altered, making local time half an houT instead of an hour behind Eastern colonies and Tasmania. ' Interesting discovery made atWoodlark Island (New Guinea) of bones of an extinct monster ; also of stone implements and potsherds. A child of Mr Counsel's, Upper Gawlor, was trodden on by a horse on Wednesday afternoon and seriously injured. Eighty thousand Spanish soldiers are officially stated to have died during the Cuban warj chiefly through disease. , 'B...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 30 January 1899

Births. Hawkins.— On January 26, at ' Fernside,' Elizabeth street; Hobart, the wife of Henry Hawkins — a sou. Douglas.— On January 19, at Beacousfield, the wife of Adye Douglas — a eon. Marriages. Jackson— Sutton.— On December 19, 1898, at the residence of the bride's mother, Ar gyle Square. Carlton, Victoria, by the Bev. Tregear,xFrancis Benjamin, eldest son of Mr F. Jackson. Latmceston. to Isabel Se lina, youngest danghter of the late C. E. Sutton. SMEDLEY— RILEY.—On December 24, 1898,   at Launceston, William Arthur, third son of the late Henry Smedley, of Manchester, England, to Elizabeth Heslop (Bessie), third daughter of the late Joseph Riley, of North Shields. England. ANDREW—SWANSON. — On December 27,     189S, at Melbourne, by the Rev Albert Ab bott, Walter Bnrton, fifth son of Jnmes An drew, of Hobart, Tasmania, gentleman, to Florence May, second ' daughter of Jnmes Swanson, late of Melbourne, gentleman, de ceased. ... Osborne— Marsha...

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