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DEATH OF A TRAITOR. London, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 11 December 1897
DEATH OF A TRAITOR. London, December 7. It has Irnnspliud Hint thn real nnmoot Iho Anmelilut llrosulle, who wns found murdered nrewdiiyangoin Long Acre, IsPaschnlnnd Im was an escnpeu from New Caledonia, and a member of n Communistic club In London, lWhnl beenmon impect In tho mlndn ot hli riFfochU-a owing to hla sudden nuccislun to wunlMi following Iho nrrcsl of a member of thu club, lln had iilfii been .ecu In th« company nt dutrelirea, nud Ibln gnvo rlau lo Ihe Biitplelun lint hu wns ucllni; treacher ously towards tho Annichlals.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 11 December 1897
COMMEIlCIAIi. New wheat In Sydney has boon sold at 1/ to 1/2. Now potatoes from Windsor district £0/10/ to *7. Onions, £4/10/. An Imperial ukaeo has boon issued In Run. s!a notifying that all tho arrangements for the adoption of a gold standard In the Empire have been completed. Tho words ' Cashed for gold ' aro to bo printed on all nolca Issned by the banka, tho notes to be of tho value of lu roubles each, or practically «1 Btcrllng Imperial value,
News From Abroad. British and Foreign. DUTCH COLONISATION COMPANY. London, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 11 December 1897
l\'-!\VS ll OKI /VblOUll IIi'KIhIi iiikI forclirn, DUTCH CDLONIHAl'ION OOMPANV. Liindon, December 7, A cnmpnny la being fnrmed nl Amstonlam for tho cnlonlantlin of Dutch New Guinea, n Icrrllmy lying to the wiat of Hrlllnh New Qulnnn, covering nn nren at IS 1 ,7110 Hiunro inllea, nnd having n nnllvo population nf nbout 200,000. It Isndnilnlstcrcd now nan purl, ot tho Dutch Knst Indies by a Resident nl Tcrnalo Islnnd, Malay Arclilpclngo, who Is responalblo lo Hit aovornor-Qoncrnl of the Dutch Knst Indies, but under Mm Company's proposals n special charier la to bo granted them, placing ndinlnlatrallon exclusively In Ihelr Irnnda.
Religious. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES AT PINEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 11 December 1897
ItdiljilMIS, )u BslVKflHAIIV HICHVIOBS AT ' ? PINKWOOD, ?uilforisry aorvlooa cf Iho Plnowond ?fhuich wmo oolobrnlod on flundny 01 cnulliiucil on Mondsy Urn (lib Ktorrcaponilonl). Mr .1. Drown, of 1.1, rfmlorrd exorllent servlco on tho ? wenching Ihrci) aluquont aetmona, Ilsllons assembling at each service Kl'ndlil. Tho annual festival look I Monday. At an caily hmir In Iho Eot- liuunn lo Mud their way to tho 1,1 Chinch, vehicles ot all dcscrlp. con. I Inn prriwd Inlo «-rvlci-, from Urn '»«/ I,,, turn out lo Iho mom homely .,„ Ilonnrilrny, Iho hitter loaded nut sand IU.I.I. I«d»K-c«orhny, Imtwl.h *l In I )bil clillilicn nil bent on gelling n fur ?,,( 0,,t of Iho perfect day. A 'Si; Si»-i«™ lini1 liccn IM™lcl1 by '10 tiro' imen Mentlflnd wllh the church T|w ?ivIeanMccllontdlnliiBsilonn. Tho ,'' I.rr.in«nl lalilca presided over by nucd I.ndtoghters.pre.enlcdto the ar . In BotU who li.nl brought Iho gntheilng torod ?,|l|,,tliits ahat|icncil by Iho inoriiluB l''iO' aii»Mt teniplln? nppen...
AN AUSTRALIAN NOVEL. DIAMONDS & DESTINY A Remarkable Story of Discovery Adventure. PART VI. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 11 December 1897
AN AUSTRALIAN NOVKL, DIAMONDS 4 DESTINY A Remarkable Slory of Discover; and Ailvonturo, PART VI. Something liken definite plan had already been arranged before Iho party left Sydney. The two men decided that there would bo more chance of success if a route were selected away from the ordinary goldficlds. Where mining was earned on systematically there would be many chances of dis covering gemnlfcrotis deposits should such exist, rind tho hope of the pros pectors therefore lay in the unexplored portions of the colony — that is un explored so far as minerals were con cerned. At WiiiRcn Captain Rogers made another addition to his party In the person of Murray, the host of the Travellers' lies! public-lmusc. For fifteen years the captain and Murray had been fast friends. The genial owner of the Travellers' Rest had been th,c first man to converse with the owner of Ailsa Station when the latter arrived atAVinjjcn over fifteen years previously, and in the stirring and tragic events which ...
NATIONAL BANK OF TASMANIA. MR HORNE RESIGNED AS MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 11 December 1897
NATIONAL BANK OF TASMANIA, Mil HORNK ItESIUNED AS MANAQER. Launoestow, Friday.— Tho 25th halt yearly report of the National Hank baa been Ihuc.I ami shows a not prolU for tbo alx months of flt.,72!mc/fl, which It la proposed to distribute m followa i— 6 nor cent divi dend, £3,801 1 Income tax, *1BO | balanoo carried forward to profit nnd loaa account. The report iota out that tha bank la tteadlljr Increasing, and with the prospects ol» aplomlld imivcit and tho dovolopmoat of mineral reaourocsot the colony, tha new year ihould be a prespcroua one Mr Qoorgo Uorne bns tealgacd Ilia poalilon of chief manngar thinugh 111 health, hut haa boon appointed a illreolor lu tho plnoo of tho lion, O.T.OolllnB,
Parliament. MEMBERS IN A LIBERAL MOOD. INCREASING THEIR OWN SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 11 December 1897
Paillamcnt. .MliMHERB IN AJLlllBRAL MOOD, IHOIiBAHINU THEUT OWN aALARIKB. 11,,, ut L*'''1'''1!?.001''11011 Wcdneadky, Uio Hon. 0, 1', Oolllna prosenteil a potltlun rum 61 Lamicostou rosl,\onti against elcoirlo light win! being allowed to bb attaohod o mlvaluh.iufle«,or lo pillnraorpoBla on prlvata Inndii, without the porinl«luli of thoiiwnn,. Tlio OuBloms and liefacaraont of PropcrlJ by Advortlseiiieut 1 111. wore read a third tin., nnd p»s»i'd. The nucoiu romllmr ot il.. nuniiil PiiblleWprkaBIU w,» agr«5 to.ffi} conaldorablu orltlelam on nomo of tho Itcmi. and the commlttiiu stage Hied for next d»v During the dlsousalon Mr Walohorn tx. litofsol his InUnllon of supporting the c'. »l.uctluii ,;f thu Ulverstone-Uurnlo railway II it caniu hufuro tha Oounoll. ' In tha ABBOinbly on Wednesday, Ihe Premier B,ld Iho po.ltlpn of Premltft .„, Under Socrelary would not ho oUsrcd i0 anyone oilier than those who havnbwn for aomo tirn.i in tho Tasmanlan Civil Sorvlee Tho North Mount Lyell and Mac...
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 11 December 1897
MUNICIPAL ELKOTI0NS. Ladkcbstom FniDAY.— Tho election for tho City Council yesterday resulted In Messrs R. J. Siidler, F, K. Fnlrtborno,J, W. Pepper, and W. J. (lenders licliiu elected, Messrs Slorrer nnd Forrall, two retiring candidates, being defentcd, Tho return ot Mr Genders, who Is qiiltoa young man, haacnuscd general surptlse. At Kvamlalo Mr W. llnrlnoll, M.H.A., waa badly beaten, Ciptain Cimeron and Mr S, Hawlcy being elected. At Hobart Messrs 0. H 1,1.1 lo, tone, R, Henry (ex.sunoriulundcntof tulcgrapliH) and J, W. Johnson were ulectnd, Mr T. Dillon being among Iho dcfealcd cnndlilatcs.
POLICE COURT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 11 December 1897
POLICE COURT CASES. LADNOKST0K, Friday. — At tho Police Court to-day, John Siilcer, for using obsceno languago, wai fined 20/, or 11 daya Imprison, mont. Kflfttf Hocking, charged with em hetMng 11/, thaproportyofW.il. Abbott, while In his employ, waa bound over, him sell In £23 and ono surety of a similar amount, to lie of good behaviour tor alx months.
LAUNCESTON SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 11 December 1897
LAUNOI58TON BU kHK MARKET. LAUNOKBTOH, Friday, — Today's miles on 'Change :— Norlh Pilnco Lyell, paid, l/i Sylvester, I/-MP, 1/2, 1/1 ; Boacon, p»ld,81di Sunlight, 12/0] Jii|,l(er, 2/1, 2/8; Ladas, S2/II,
THE DREYFUS CASE. SENTENCED APPROVED. London, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 11 December 1897
THE DREYFUS OASE. B10NTENOED APPItOVED. London, December 8. Tho French Sonntu lu* iinnnlmnualy np proved of thu nltiludo nf thu Government In the Druytus oune. In thn Chamber of Deputies on thu Uk iuntnnt, General Billot, Mlnlator uf War, referring to thu case, which lind oauBed uatraordlnnry exoltomcnt consc ipicntnn alalemenls lornllng in show Mint lhu nccnaed wns nn iniincrnt man, anld en qulrlns hnd hrun made, nnd ho, Gnnornl lllllot, wna nlilo In doclarn on hla soul nnd conBclencn, aa a soldier nnd lhu Chid of Iho Frnnoh urmy, that ho ti-unrilml Iho aontnncn ns n Juit one. Ilu ndded thnt ho had ordurnl nn Inquiry In Im iiihiIu lulu tho charge ngnlnst, Count Kimlirhnty of limy nf hnvlng furnlBhiHl a War OMlra ilnoiinii nt lo Germ any, The Olmniber nureed In a rcanlnllnn approving of Genera! lllllot'a atatoment by n mnjoiltyof 172 voles,