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AMERICA AND THE PHILIPPINES. MANILLA ATTACKED BY INSURGENTS. REPULSED WITH HEAVY LOSS. London, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
AMERICA AND THE PHILIPPINES. ? MANILLA ATTACKED BY INSURGENTS. ' REPULSED WITH HEAVY LOSS. London, February 7. . News has been received of heavy fight ing between tho American troops and the Filipinos at Manilla, in which the latter were routed with heavy loss. The insur gents made an attack on the city, but were repulsed by tho American land forces, with tho assistance of the vessels in the harbor under Admiral Dewey.' The 'American loss was 28 killed and 12 i,' 'wounded. ?? '?? J ?' '.??-?.?'.' '-\-. ???,?.? : ???:? - Dngadier-Ucnemi utis, wno commanaea the American land forces, in a despatch to tho United States Government con cerning the engagement, states that the American troops behaved splendidly.. The Filipinos brought field pieces and quick .. firersintoaction,andwerearmedwithMau ser rifles, which proved ' so destructive in the hands of the Spaniards recently at Santiago. General Otis also speaks highly of the assistance from the warships. As in the' case of the engagement ...
THE North Western Advocate. Published every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Morning. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL. February 8, 1899. STATE AID TO HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
THE iv . ( J- 'L ' Publuhed every Monday, Wednesday, and ? Friday Morning. , 7TTZ ^ l_ ' j i ,£AIf AMD IMPAETIAL. — m I - ; j WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY*, 1800. r ' - - - I , STATE AID TO HOSPITALS. It isiquite true that there- are, as the Hon; (John Henry pointed oat the other evening, at the annnal meeting of the Devon Cottage Hospital at Latrobe, two systems by which the State aids the hospitals in different parts of the Colony. Hobart and Launcegton, in the days prior to representative institutions, were each provided with ' a Colonial Hos pital,' maintained at the expense of the Imperial Government. . When the new Constitution came into operation the Colony took over and maintained these institutions, and 'they are now, we be lieve, . quite equal to any that can be found in the mainland capitals. The expenditure has been lavish and the most modern ' appointments have been brought into vogue. These two hospitals cost the taxpayers, of of the Colony £10,960 per annum, and with the excep...
Shipping. DEVONPORT, ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
Shipping;. JMGytt'T3»OIll!. February .7 — Orowuiti, bs, 453 tons, J. M'Nair, from Strahivn. February 7— Dorset, ss, 106 tons, W. Holynion, jun., from Stnuley., Fobruory 7 — Star, ss, 70 tons, J. Chap man, from Launcoston. SAILKIJ. February 6— Dorset, ss, 10G tons, W. Holyman, jun., for Stanley. February 6— Kini, ss, 1,122 tons, 31. Livingstone, for Strahan. . February 0— Amy, ss, .76 .. tons, J. Brown, for Launccston. February 6 — Thistle, ss, 49 tons, J. Roid.'forLahnceston. . ?'' ? February 7— Orowaiti, ss, 453 tons, J. M'Nair, for Strahan. Dorset, 88,' sailed for' Stanley via ports at 4 a.m. on Monday, and returned last evening at 7 o'clock. Kini, ss, continued her passago to Stra han at 4.80 a.iii, on Monday with a cargo of 9,000 bags of coko. . She returns and takos up tlio running to Sydney on Friday,' inplabqof thessTaieri.'. ' ? ?.::r. .'?-: Amy; bs, sailed for Launccston at 9 a.in. on Monday. Thistlo, ss, left for Launccston at 8 aim., on Monday. Orowaiti, bs, arrived from ...
CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
??'.?';''? customs returns/ : -Stanley. — The Customs revenuo collec ted at Stanley for the week ending Satur day, 4th inst., was as follows: — Duties £15/9/3; wharfage, £2/9/5; light dues, £11/1; harbor, £15/5/2; miscellaneous, £1/5;, total, £45/9/10. Burnie.— The, collections of Customs at the Burnio Custom House for the week ending Saturday, 4th inst, were as fol low :— Spirits, £48/17/11 ; tobacco, £6 ; other goods, £104/13/ ; wharfage, £5/9/10; light dues, £0/19/3 ; harbor dnes, £12/16/7 ; total, £185/6/7. Launceston.— Collections at the Latin cestpti Custom House for the weekending Saturday last totalled £7,706/7/, as against £2,677/14/ for the corresponding week of last year.
CIRCULAR HEAD PRODUCE MARKET. Stanley, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
CIRCULAR HEAD PRODUCE MARKET. Stanley, Monday. The jump in potatoes to £5 and bags had the effect of tempting several farmers from their harvesting, and a large quantity of potatoes, considering it is so early in the season, was shipped during last week. The yields are fairly good, and even £4 to £4/2/6, which is the figure the market is expected to open at this week, will be ac cepted and this week's shipments will likely be quite equal to last week's. Harvest weather continues, and every available team and man is at work. The following were the exports for last week: — Glaucus, for Sydney — Potatoes 444 bags, hides 6601bs ; Tekapo, for Syd ney—potatoes, 684 bags.
For the Farmers. TAMWORTH PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
For the Farmers. TAMWOBTH PIGS. 'Brnni' writes in the ' Austndasian ' of Saturday last :— The most interesting experiment in pig-breeding that I have met with in Australia has been carried on at 'Werribee park, and the result has been a decided snecess. Some years ago Mr G. Chirnside imported a number of Tam vrorth pigs, but as the laws of this country ? ' '-''lid not permit him to land them in Vicioria, he was obliged to CBt&blisha small pig farm in West Australia, and uupuri iuu pruuuue oi iqu original bioca to Victoria. The newcomers were not liked by the admirers of the modern Berkshire, and notwithstanding the rusticity of the Tamworths, there was a danger that the breed would be permitted to die out. Gradually, however, the farmers found that the cross of the Tamworth with the Berk shire were so well able to rustle for their living and made such splended bacon pigs that the cross slowly but surely came into favor. The demand for young Tam worth boars increased each suc...
BRITAIN'S FOOD CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
BRITAIN'S FOOD CONSUMPTION. It appears from the trade and naviga tion returns that the value of live nnimalH imported into Great Britain for food dur ing the eleven months ended November 30 was £3,607,084, as compared with £10,546,560 in the corresponding period hist year. The number of oxen imported was 527,133, against 574,355 last year. Of this number the United States sent 342,807, against 382,181 ; the Argentine Republic, 80,951, against 69,205; and Canada, 101,645, against 121,364. The number of sheep imported was 604,709 against 570,213 last year. The United States contributed 127,872, against 167,239; the Argentine Republic 894,242, against 327,039; and Canada 38,012, against 60,164. The value of corn im ported during the eleven months was £56,846,392, as compared with £48,205,137 in the like period last year. The value of dead meat imported was £27,848,641, against £25,069,065. Of fresh beef the quantity imported was 2,790,543ewt, against 2,791,134cwt last year ; and fresh ...
Emu Bay Licensing Bench. THE QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
Emu Bay Licensing Bench. THE QUARTERLY MEETING. The quarterly meeting of the Emu Bay Licensing Bench was held at the Court House, Burnie, on Monday morning. Fre , sent: — Messrs A. E. Chapman (chair man), E. Cooper, W. Jones and C. ? O'Callaghan. Mr J. W. Norton-Smith sent an apology for absence. APPLICATION FOR VICTDALLEIt's LICENSE Jesse Wiseman, commission agent, ap plied for a victualler's license for premises now in course of completion at the corner of Ladbroke-street ? and Marine Terrace, Burnie. The necessary certificate' from the Local Board of Health as to the suita bility of the premises was placed before the Bench.1 Mr.T. J. Crisp appeared for the applicant. There being no objections, the application was granted. - The chairman remarked that the appli cation. was for a license for premises next door to a licensed house, the license for which i had been renewed from time to time.) He knew, however, that there was very little accommodation therefor travel-: lers, and that ...
TARLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
TARLETON. jkHie Onial monthly meeting 'of the Tarleton itoad Trust was held at Mr J. Tnxworth's residence, Upper Barringtonj on Monday afternoon. Present :— Messrs J. Acklin '(chairman), David Cocker,1 E. Keep, and E. Smith. . Mr R.Jeffrey waited on the trust re filling in of ruts and blinding required oh' Denny's road. Melrose Creek. Mr Cocker said £100 had been placed on the esti-' mates for the road. It was pointed out, however, that the vote would not be ex pended on this portion of the road. - The chairman said the work required doing badly, but the trust's men could not bo spared to do it for a month. Mr Keep said that one of the trust's men would be : disengaged next week. Mr Cocker, sug gested that the residents do the .work themselves. It was pointed out by Mr Jeffrey that the residents were too busy harvesting.— Resolved to do the work by day labor. Mr Cocker read a letter from Mr H. Allison stating that he (the writer) had purchased the block of land known as Quick's, and...
PROSPECTIVE PRICES FOR PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
PROSPECTIVE PRICES, FOR ' ? PRODUCE. .,,-??- Prices are likely to open very low for most kinds of farm produce (remarks the Tasmanian ' Agricultural Gazette '). Ab low as 2s 6d per bushel has been offered and taken for new wheat. Other grain, with perhaps the exception of barley, will also be below the average. Hay is also very low ; possibly an improvement may take place later on, as the ruling prices will allow of exportation at a profit. As low as £1 per ton has been taken for hay for early delivery. This is a record price for lowness for past 40 years; also the price for wheat is lower than since the bad times hi the early days. At present there seems a prospect of prices improving in the mother country ; if so, they will move here hi sympathy. We are now, without doubt, producing much more than is re quired for home consumption, and as an exporting country we must take English prices as a base for . our own market values.
TABLE CAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
TABLE CAPE. ' The monthly meeting of the Table Cape Road Trust was.beld. on Saturday, last,' at Mrs Byrne's' Coffee Palace, Wynyard. Present : — Messrs ' 'E.J Cooper (chairman), C. J. Mackenzie,' M;H.A.,,T. U: Daniam and C..,J. Fenton. Accounts to the amount of £27 14a 8d were passed for payment. * ' c' The secretary read the usual annual Road Trust returns, as sent to. the Government for the past year. It was resolved that the payments of small amounts when necessary be made by the treasurer and secretary before the meetings of the trust. The secretary was authorised to have an agreement drawn np by which gravel can be secured for the Seabrook road.
THE TASMANIAN SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
; THE TASMANIA!* SEASON. Tho month of January-is always one o the most anxious seasons of the year, and this season,' without doubt, has been one of tho most peculiar, so far as weather conditions are concerned, that has been experienced for many years past ; still, on tho' whole, very little -damage has 'been done to the grain and hay crops, while the roots have benefited immensely by the showery wcrither.'' Nearly all 1he'nay is now safely in the stack, and in the early districts most of the wheat is cut. In several districts threshing has com menced, but nearly all farmers are wisely ? giving the grain as much field room as possible. The yield, as far as can be ascertained from the places threshed, will be above tho average. The frosts have in some cases caused a lot of damage, in fact, very few paddocks are entirely free from blighted heads, for which the frost is considered responsible ; still, enough good grain is left to make a very satisfactory yield. Three small places in t...
MAIN ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
MAIN.EOAD BOARD...: Accounts amounting to £78 . 15s were passed for payment. ' , ' J ' .The. secretary; stated that he had written as instructed to the Minister of Lands and- Works with reference .to in crease of grant for the Main road be tween Wynyard Post Office and Boat Harbor Post Office, and had also inter viewed him on'the matter. No definite answer had so far been received.1 'He had also written again' to Mr G. Simmons with reFerence'to the dan gerous state of the bridge at Sisters Hills. ' This being, all Ihe business the meet ing closed. No new work was authorised. - - I
EAST MERSEY MAIN ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
EAST, MERSEY MAIN .ROAD BOARD. Abstract of accounts for year ending 81st December, 1898 :—' - „ . ? i ? . (--',- ? « ' Receipts. £ s d Advances by Treasury on ac count of current year ' ... 55' 8 6 Ditto dilto oh 'account'of last /' *' year ? ' ... 86 19 0 ' Expbnditobe. Balance from last account . ..'.,'89 17 ,4 Road, latrobe (Mersey Bridge)' 1 to Sassafras : labor, mate rials, etc ? 27 5. 1 Bank interest ? 1 0 r4 Exchange on cheques... , ..'. 0 1 6 Balance to next account . ' ...' 24 ' 8' 0 1 £92 7 6
Mersey Marine Board Matters. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 8 February 1899
Mersey Marine , Board Matters. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— TheieJ is no need for me to dwell at anyle'rigm upon the coke question; the reason for the necessity of the removal of a large portion of the coke has already been explained, and if the balance left is causing any inconvenience it must be through the want of management or more accommodation.' What appears to me snoiiia De a burning question is Mersey Marine Board matters generally, and it -would be as well for the wardens to note that since farmers from nearly all the districts of the North-West Coast have become contributors of a large portion of the revenue of the Board, then actions wiill, no doubt, be watched more closely than hitherto. From the districts aronnd Deloraino, Sheffield, .Ulverstone, Penguin, and Wynyard, as well as the districts near at hand, produce is forwarded to Devonport for shipment to intercolonial ports. If Devonport wishes to maintain this supremacy of ports on the North-West Coast it would be as well for...