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INFRINGING THE IMPRINT ACT. "THE MABEL WALTZ" AND "FUNNY FREELANCE." Launceston, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899
INFRINGING THE IMPRINT 'ACT. 'THE MABEL WALTZ' AND 'FUNNY FREELANCE.' ?' ? r ' Launceston, Wednesday. At the Launceston Police Court to-day the Bench delivered its reserved decision on the point raised yesterday at the hear ing of the cose against James T. Smith for on alleged breach of the Imprint Act, aa to whether, the Act (one of the time of George ;III.). under which the complaint Was bid was applicable* to Tasmania. The magistrates decided that the Act was not applicable to Tasmania, inasmuch as the}' ?thought that~if the intention hod been to make it so, the Imprint Act would have been re-enacted,, just as were the two Newspaper Acts', -with which- it' was so closely identified. The. case was thus at an end. ' ? - *'-' -f1- ' Counsel for complainant have decided to apply for a mandamus compelling the magistrates to hear Uncase; ';.l
The Yarra Tragedy. THE EVIDENCE CLOSED. COUNSEL ADDRESS THE JURY. THE INQUEST ADJOURNED. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899
The Yarra Tragedy. THE EVIDENCE -CLOSED. COUNSEL 'ADDRESS THE JURY. ? 'THE INQUEST ADJOURNED. Melbourne, Wednesday. .The inquest in connection with the Yarra boct box tragedy was resumed at' the City Morgue to-day. ' Dr Neild, who conducted the post mortem examination on the body of. the unfortunate girl Ambrose, stated that death was due to suffocation, and might have been caused by Madame Radalvski placing her hand over , the deceased's mouth to prevent her screaming, but there was nothing to show positively how the suffocation was caused. This closed the evidence, and the three accused and Dr Gaze, on being cautioned and questioned, said' they had nothing to say. ???'.? \ Mr C. A. Smyth, who prosecuted for the Crown, then addressed the jury. He trreated- Madame. Radaly ski as the princi pal, Tod and Dr'Gaze as accessories be fore the fact. He did not say, like Dub berke, that a murder had been committed, but death ensuing from an illegal operation was legally a murder. . ' Counse...
Tasmanian. LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. Launceston, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899
Tasinanian. LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. . / Launceston, Wednesday. The following sales' were reported on 'Change to-day: — Henty (paid), Is Sd; Jupiter (paid), Is ; Red Hill, 8, 6s Id. Launceston, Thursday. The following sales were reported on 'Change to-day:— New Monarch, Is; Lyell, £7 6s ; South Hercules, lid (three sales). .'The leading quotations were: — Pinafore, b 2s 6d, a 8s; Tasmania, s JE5 16b ; do Amalgamated West, b Is 6d, . 8 Is 9d; do paid, b 2s 8d, b 8s; North -^TaBmania,,,b,6s 8d, s. 6s 9d ; New West ?Extended, s 5s j Magnet, b 45s, s 48s ; Oonah, b 4s 2d, s 4b 6d ; paid, b 4s 2d ; HerculeB, b 19s 6d, s.22s ; Lyell, b £1 5s, s JE7 9b; Tharsis, b 25s ; Central, b 1b lid, s2s2d; North, b 60s 6d ; Reserve, b 2s ' 6d ; Red Hills, b 5s lOd, s 6s 2d ; Briseis, Vh '28s ; Mount Bischoff, JE30.
THE North Western Advocate. Published every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Morning. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1899. THE HOOLEY DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899
THE Publuhed etery Xondmy, Wtdnet&ay, und Friday Morning. - FAIR AND IMFAKTIAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3;'l899. THE HOOLEY DBAMA. Thi rite and fall of that eminent modern financier, Mr Ernest Tend Hooley, will undoubtedly afford the dramatist a text for the production of one of those sensational modern plays that hare become so popular with the puuiiu ill ictcub yvaia. xiie uinwa jibs, indeed, been rehearsed in public, with all the world for its audience. ..Fromob senrity there springs, comet-like, a Napoleon of Finance, who dazzles and bewilders the great and the clever people of ' the commercial and fashionable world; and, after a period of royal prosperity, he vanishes from the financial' horizon just as suddenly as he appeared. His doings were chronicled as gleefully day by day as if they had been those of a conquering gerieral or an all-powerful statesman. The people rnshed to him with their investments, and joined in his gigantic speculations with cheerfulness and alacrity, ...
NORTH-WEST COAST EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899
NORTH-WEST COAST EXPORTS. The following is a return showing the value of exports, in detail, from North West Coast ports for the month of January, 1899: — Devon- Ulver- Bur- Stan port, stone, nie. : ley. Blackwood Logs £15 £65 £ £60 Blackwood, sawn 8 13 50 Chaff ... ... 374 Coal ? 127 Fruit, dried ... 1 - l Hay and Straw . . 258 -? , 77 Horses ? 30 Hides and Skins... 110 ' - 209 21 Iron Ore ? 150 t'r* *? - 61J Myrtle Logs ... ' 10 Oats ... ... 673 90 Potatoes ? 3593 ' 348 85 Peas and Beans ..; ; 16 Palings ... ... ,- 151 60 20 Staves ... ... 43 52 46 3 Silver Ore ... 425 ' , 1125 ' Sheep , ? 400 Posts and rails .... 2 . Sassafras Logs ... 13 , Turnips ... ... 21 Wool ? 1012 10 162 Totals £7256 £304 £1988 £441
CROSSBRED CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899
CROSSBRED CATTLE. A writer who has been watching the fat stock shows in Britain, in one of the local papers says that this year crossbreds have been carrying nearly everything before them. ,. At Norwich the heifer May (a Shorthorn-Aberdeen- Angus cross), belong ing to the'executors of the liito. Mr J.' J. \juiiiiuuj wua viiu uwob vcuati iu dud diiuiv , and at the Scottish National. a -crossbred heifer, Sunshade, exhibited by Mr^J. D. Fletcher, secured a'similarly high position. Al Birmingham and Smithficld, however, the champion was on Aberdeen-Angus heifer (Ju Ju of Glamis); belonginglto tho Earl of Strathmore. The crossbreds at tracted very forcibly the judges, and those who breed them cannot complain of not getting a fair share of the principal -prizes.- Her Majesty the Queen was able at Bir mingham to win tlirea special prizes with. three animals of different breeds— a Devon, ? a Shorthorn and a Hereford. .This was a feat of almost unprecedented occurrence at a big show for one ...
CROSSING WITH THE TAMWORTH PIG. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 3 February 1899
CROSSING WITH THE' TAMWORTH ' ? ? ' ?' .PIG. '- . -.»--?/- When Mr G. -Chirnside, of tho Wer- . ribce, imported Tauiworth pigs to Vic toria (states the .' Leader') many ques- - tioned the wisdom -of using them for biecding purposes. That the Tamworth. 'has-proved its worth has been amply. ex- emplified at the Aringa Estate of Mr 3. , C. Kitchie, where some 200 pigs ore an- . 'milk available at Aringa has made pig 'ureeding an important branch, and prior to the importation of tho Tamworth, tho iproprietor found considerable.'difficulty in - successfully rearing pigs of- a saleable 'type. Mr Fry, the manager-, at .Aringa, - says: — 'Since we first- procured a Tarn-' worth boar from Mr G. Chirnside we have got over all our troubles. in pig breeding, and since then we have not lost a single pig. We use pure. Berk- shire sows with- the- Tamworth boar, and the progeny are strong and hardy; they, mature quickly and. make grand baconers. They are great doers, there is xo trouble in rearing ...