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HOW FARMERS ARE HELPED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

HOW FARMERS ARE HELPED IN ' I : VICTORIA. ' By direction of the Victorian Minister of Agriculture sites for fivo experimental stations in the Malice havo been selected by Mr 1). M'Alpinc, the Government vegetable pathologist, for the purpose of ascertaining the best wheat suited for tho soil of that country. In each cose the stations will be on tho holdings of settlers, whn havn hcrni nsVprl at t.bn nntont. t,n dn. vote about an acio of their land to grow ing in separate plots six or eight varieties - of wheat, which, it is believed, will inatiiro early, and not readily 'shake out, the groin,' so that the hot winds' which pre vail in that part of Victoria in October and November arc not likely to seriously a'ffeclthc crop. The seed will be treated for the prevention of suiut. -jit. is ex pected that next year tho number of varieties will be reduced to two-or three, , and they will be grown 'on a larger scale, ' ' so as to make tho test a thorougK-'bne. ^ The seed will be supplied by...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PICKLED TOMATOES AND ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

PIOKLED TOMATOES AND ONIONS. Wash and cut half 'a peck of green tomatoes; In ? slices ; also ' six-: large' 'white onions. ' Put them in a preserving kettle, sprinkle over them half a' cupful of salt, and l^t .them stand 24 hours. Then drain tnenj'in.'a; ? sieve. Eeturn the vegetables' to, the'. 'kettle, add ^oz of ground pepper, 2oZ; mustard: seed, 1 teaspoon of ground clovest 2 tablespoonfuls of celery' seed, . \ a oupful of sugar, and sufficient vinegar to cover all. Boil five minutes, counting frorh'- the' time the boiling begins, and keep the kettle covered. Remove, and put them in jars. Close, and Bet aside. '

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL MARKETS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. (By Mail.) Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

INTERCOLONIAL MARKETS. ' LATEST QUOTATIONS. . - ' (By~Mail.) '??* Melbourne, Wednesday. Wheat was firm to-day at 2/6£ to 2/6Jd; inferior and smutty, from 2/. Flour, leading brands, £6/5/ to £6/10/, seconds 6/ less. Bran, 6id to 6Jd ; pollard, 8d to 8Jd ; barley, good to prime Chevalier 4/6 to 5/, Cape 2/5 to 2/6, medium 2/1 to 2/4 ; oats, Algerian milling 1/9, good heavy feed 1/8 to 1/8J, stout white 2/4 to 2^ ; peas, hand-threshed 2/9 to 2/10, machine threshed 2/7; rye, prime 2/10; chaff, good oaten 40/ to 42/6, medium 37/6, primo green wheaten 45/ to 47/6 ; straw, chaff, 82/6 to 35/; hay, manger, new £2/10/ to £3/5/, old £4; straw, baled, Tasmanian (delivered) 40/, Victorian 35/ ; potatoes, prime £8/10/; onions, prime £5. Good trade sales of kerosene are mak ing at 9Jd. Fair parcels, aggregating 2,000 cases, have also been placed. Corn sacks firm at 5/. Bran bags are rising, and business done at 8/8, some holders asking

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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EMU BAY PRODUCE MARKET. THIS WEEK'S SHIPMENT TO SYDNEY. Burnie, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

EMU BAY PRODUCE MARKET. THIS WEEK'S SHTPMENT TO . SYDNEY. Burnie, Thursday. ? {^Business was very animated in potatoes yesterday and to-day, arrivals being large. Quotations opened -to-day at £5/6/, but eased to £5 towards close of the day. The ss Glancus arrived at 5.80 o'clock, via Stan ley, where she loaded 404 baes. She leaves lor Devonport about midnight, tak ing from this port about 1,000 bags nota toes and 240 bags of chaff. By thess Tekano, which is expected late to-night from Stanley, it is thought fully 600 bags of potatoes will go forward from this port, so that this week's shipment from Burnie and Stanley will total over 2,000 bags.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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PRESERVED PLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

PRESERVED PLUMS. ? Wash 61b plums and drain in a colander. Boil 1 .quart water and ,41b sugar to , a syrup;' add the plums and boil 'five minutes.' Fill them into jars, 'dose, and set them upside down till cold.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANNED PLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

CANNED PLUMS. Pack the fruit in jars and fill them with limpta syrup. Close and boil in the water * \ 15 to flO minutes.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Premiers' Conference. FINANCIAL QUESTION UNDER CONSIDERATION. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

The Premiers'. Conference. FINANCIAL QUESTION ZTNDER( CONSIDERATION. ..'J Melbourne, Wedlnesday.' The Premiers in conference axe still dis cussing the amendments sugges ted by the New South Wales Parliament to- the Com monwealth ? Constitution Bill. : At the close of yesterday's sitting Sir Geo. Tur ner, with the consent ~of the other Premiers, made the following official an nouncement:— 'We consider ? that un less we ? can auree with reeard to the financial difficulty it is useless discussing any other amendments.^ W& have de voted our time to-day to. an, investiga tion of the financial problems, -whieh in cluded the abolition of the 'Br»ddon blot,' but up to the present we have not been able to solve the difficulty.' ' It is prob able that the conference will .not terminate till Jteturd*y.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF FLOUR. Hobart, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF FLOUR. : -Tir- Hobart, Wednesday. The millers of Hobart' have reduced the prices of flour and mill offal. as! under: — Flour, patent roller, old, ;£8 per ton; do., new, £7/10/; do., household, £6/10/; sharps, £4/10/; bran, 7d per bushel.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

Commercial. '.','- The 'Advocate' Office, ? . ' . Thursday Evening. The potato market, as far as quotations are concerned, was in a very uncertain mood this morning. More than one buyer was -operating at £5, but the price soon uw a tumble to £4/15/, and some would not advance on £4/10/. The morning's quotation closed at £4/10/ to £4/15/, with perhaps a rise of VS/B for prune. .From all accounts digging is fairly free, bo that a big compliment is likely to come for ward for shipment this weok. Mr B. S. Buck, in about a 3-ton crop, turned out 100 bags yesterday with a new digging machine. Deliveries by teams were fairly active both on the east and west sides of the river this morning, and a good number of empty trucks have been ordered for various stations along the line. The train from Ulvorstone this morning brought two trucks potatoes and the midday three trucks. A goods train waB run from TJ1 ventone this afternoon, proceeding as far - as Eimberley, and returned during the afterno...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. Launceston, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. Launceston, Thursday. No new wheat has arrived in the mar ket yet, but the first load is expected in a day or two. At present, quotations ? for wheat and oats are only nominal. Only 2/6 has been given so far for new wheat delivered at the nulls.' Flour is easier, roller being now quoted at £7/10/, and stone at £7. Bran is dull of sale, and prices are from 7d to 8d. A shipment of 50 tons was sent to Sydney by the Te kapo, which will ease the local market. Pollard is down to 9d. Potatoes, hay and chaff remain unchanged. Butter is firmer, and there is a rise of one penny all round, quotations now being : — Icicle 1/1, block 1/OAd, separator lOd to ll^d, dairy 8Jd to ^d. pastry 8d to 8}d. Other lines Bhow no alteration. The ss Tekapo shipped for Sypney to-day 100 tons of chaff, 100 tons of bark, 30 tons of oats, 10 tons of pota tops. 50 tons of bran, 10 tons of black wood, 11 tons of straw, and 74 tons of minerals. x

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THINGS WELL TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

THINGS WELL TO KNOW. Intho'case of a scratch or tear, however small, care, should be at , once taken to bathe it 'in as Hot water as the skin will bear, a few drops of carbolio acid being first-mixed with it. .Two good results are thus ' obtained — complete cleanliness by the water and the nurifvinc of the wounc , by the carbolic acid. ' Many children think they are ' helping ' mother by amusing baby' when. |hey, .- tickle the little one to 'make him laugh.''- Shoh' a ' thing should always be stopped, promptly and at once; as it is most hurt ful to the child, and even in some coses has caused a baby to go into convulsions. The practice also of placing the bath very near -the, fire is not a wise one, for both the heat and the light affect the little one's eyes 'injuriously, and bright sunlight should be avoided for the same reason. The greatest care should be taken in these respects 'for some' weeks after birth, other ; wise the child's sight may be bd'dly affected and cause him trou...

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LATROBE STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

. ' LATBOBE STOCK SALE. ' Mr 6. Atkinson reports having held his fortnightly sale at Latrobe on Wednesday. There was a good attendance and prices ?ffi!6a high. Sales :S slips, 12/; 79 Leicester ewes, 15/4 ; 94 fat ewes,' 13/6 ; 88 cross bred wethers, 13/6; 297 store wethers, 11/6; pen mixed stores, 12/'; 125 Merino ewes, 100 % lambs, 18/; 10 fat lambs, 11/6; 81 do, 10/ ; 50 fat ewes, 12/H ; 7 fat stores, £6; fat cow, £5/11/ ; pen small heifers, £3/10/ ; 21 cowb h.c, £4/10/; 21 heifers, £3/6/; 8 heifers, £2/15/; 10 store cows, £3/10/; 4 do steers, £4/1/ each ; 4 do, £3/5/; pr bul locks, £16; do, £22; 3 pr, £55/5/ lot; pr do, £16/11/ ; pr stags, £9 ; pr bullocks, £16/17/6: do. £15/17/6; do, £18/10/; do, £20; do, £18; do, £14/7/6; do, £14/12/6; do, £21 ; grey hack , £8 ; aged c mare, £20 ; aged mare, £6/10/ ; aged hack, £13; pony, £12 ; useful horse, £20. :

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THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

THE BUN. February' Rises '? ?-- Sets '?'- 1 6.1fi 7.33 9 6.25 7.24 1 -17 ? ' 6.36 7.13 .i 35 5.47 ? 7.1

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UNION STEAMERS' SAILINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

UNION STEAMERS' SAILINGS. Projected departures of Union steamers from Devonport are as follow : — Tekapo, for Sydney— This day. Penguin, for Strahan — Saturday. Orowaiti, for Strahan — Saturday. . ? Kini, for Strahan — Monday. Meeindcrry, for Strahan— Tuesday. Penguin, for Melbonme — Wednesday. Taieri, for Sydney— Friday, 10th inst.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOON'S CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

MOON'S CHANGES. Last Quarter.— February 4, 3h. 24m. 24s. a.m. ' - ? New Moon.— February. 10,. 7h. 31m. 42a. p.m..; First Quarter.— February 17, 6h. 62m. 0s. ' pjn. Full Moon.— February 20, Oh. 16m. 64s. a.m. ' '??''..'.'.??'

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

? ' TIDE TABLE. , High water in Biver Mersey for the month of February:— Date 'p.m. Date p.m. M 3.3 , ? /IB 3.21 2 3.60 16 4.12 3 4.42 J(, 17 5.3 4 S.38 ^ 18 5.64 5 6.37 19 6.45 ''6 7.39 '20 7.35 .7 8.42 21 8.23 . 8 9.42 22 9.9 ' 9 1032 23 9.53 . 10 11.30 \ 24 10.36 ? 11 12.20 25 11.18 12 1.10 . 28 12.0 13 1.63 27 12.42 14 2.36 28' 1.26

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Advance Forest! IMPRESSIONS OF A RETURNED RESIDENT. THE GOVERNMENT RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

Advance Forest! IMPRESSIONS OF A RETURNED RESIDENT. .-? THE GOVERNMENT RESERVE. (By, ',Fprester.') V Anyone, like 'myself,' on returning to Forest after an , absence of a very few yean, will be -'agreeably surprised at the extensive improvements that have taken place, not on the V.D.L. Co's leased land,1 the moB't of which has been cleared for years past, but on freehold property and crown selections ; there are well cultivated farms' opened up all round the Government reserve of 450 acres, right up to the boun daries/ Thia reserve was hung up from selectors years ago owing to there being a few Oyatnia ferns growing thereon. These ferns have long since disappeared through the ravages of bush fires, and all the splitting timber has been nearly culled out ; but yet for the sake ' of some maudlin sentiment a large piece of nearly all first-class land is shut up, which land if cut up into 50 acre blocks would realist .£3 per acre, and before long yield its rich ness for the sustenance o...

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Devon Cottage Hospital. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

Devon Cottage Hospital. THE ANNUAL MEETING. Our Latrobe correspondent forwards the following- additional particulars of ? the annual meeting of subscribers to the Devon Cottage Hospital, held on Tuesday afternoon last. Present : — Messrs R. C. Fairlam (hon. manager, in the chair), G. C. Rudge (hon. second treasurer), P. C. Maxwell, P.M.; W. Aikenhead, M.H.A.; F. C. Greene, John Henry, G. D. Inglis, W. L. Wells, W. E. Bovill, J. C. Leupolt, and Miss Young ; also the matron (Miss Grove). The report stated that during the year 130 patients had been admitted to the hospital, against 84 in the preceding year. There had been nine deaths, 116 pationts had been cured or relieved, and 5 were still inmates. The year hod been one of epidemics, but the hospital staff had nevertheless been able to cope with the work.' ; The subscriptions had been liberal, amounting to JE253 7s 9d,the Government contributing a -like amount. The ex penditure totalled j£850. The necessity for building an infection ...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

flews, in Brief. At inquest on the death of ' Myles Rourke, Hobart, who was injured by the upsetting of his baker's cart,' a verdict of accidental death was returned. 1 New South Wales' Government statist estimates the population of his colony' on December 31 at 1,346,240, an increase of 22,780 persons compared with the previous .December. . i' Mr J. Harmon's tobacconist's shop in Main street, Zeehori, broken into early on Tuesday morning and about £5 worth of goods stolen. Attempt also made to fire the premises. Arrest expected. ? Self-acting tramway at Hercules mine, Mt. Read, tested on Tuesday and reported to have proved a big success. , ? Mr W. H. M'Pherson, of Derby, youngest son of the late MrD. M'Pherson, of Castra, married at Derby to Miss Louie Krushka, eldest daughter of Mr Charles Krushka, of 'Pleasant Banks 'Estate.' - Loan of £500,000 for Melbourne Metro politan Board of Works successfully floated. . . ; . .;. Court-martial has recommended dis-' missal of- Colonel Eagan...

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MOUNT BISCHOFF T.M. COMPANY. THE HALF-YEARLY MEETING. A HIGHLY SATISFACTORY REPORT. Launceston, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899

MOUNT BISCHOFF T.M. COMPANY. * THE . HALF-YEARLY MEETING. A HIGHLY SATISFACTORY ' REPORT. Launceston, Tuesday. ' Tho half-yearly meeting of the Mount Bischoff Tin Mining Company was held this afternoon. ; The directors' report stated that at the last meeting the credit to profit and loss account was £26,995 9s 4d, ,to - which had been added the sum of £27,985 19s 3d, and interest Sm 6s lOd, .oeing tne earnings of the company for the half year. Of this_ sum jE19,500 had been distributed in dividends, and in accord ance with tho previous practice the direc tors had caused to be written off the under mentioned accounts, various amounts at the rate of 20 per cent, for depreciation hi value :— Plant account, £4,208 13s 8d water race, dams, etc., i-803 16s 8d ; fur nace plant, JE59 6s 9d ; horses, JE20 13s lOd; oraoo furniture, £1 9s Id. After providing for these deductions as well as for. the income, tax of .£975. there re mained to the credit of the profit and loss aocount a balance of ...

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