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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
AQUATICS. L4(JNOIJ9TQN, Monday. — A four-oared, crow consisting of J. Arils, H. Manmoll, }'. P, \Vootraan, M, Wllkln.on, (IJ- OMy, cox,} jeft for Molbonrno to-day |iy tho ts J!atoon» to tako part lu the 'Dpnor Parra RcuatU.
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
LAUNOEHTON I'KODUOIiii MARKKT, Tho latest luadlng quotations nre as fol low : — Kluur, roller, £11/10/ per ton; nt(ini), *1 1, or 2:i/« lo 22/H per bag respectively. Mill. Ing wheat, 4/U for uood old samples, ?I 13 to Hi for second grade | fowls' wheat, 11/(1 to l/II ( acreeiiltigg, 3/ j oats, 2/ to 2/,'l for medium to pood feed j grey pens, !1/(1 for hand-threshed ; machine, !l/l ; blue pens, 1/ to l/II i whllu pens, !l/(lj beans, 3/| Knijli»h bailey, nominally 5/!l| (lapo, r-/i rye, 6/ ; tares, 1/ to 1/li j bran, Ud : pollard, 1/ ; sharps, lid; onions, 2d per 1b, I'uta toes, old, 8/0 to 4/ per bag i now, 8/ to 8/0 per casu. Chart, £11/10/ to £1 I cow chaff, £3, bags in i hay, £2/15/ to £9 ntttauk ; straw, 15/ to 17/1!. Grass needs, English, fi/ to 0/0 ; Italian, Ilji! to 4/0) soft grass, UIG to 4M cocksfoot, 7/ to 7/Di clover, while, 1/i prairie, 5/(1 to 0/ i linseed, 2Jd to 2Jd, l'rlrao sepa rator aud factory brands butter sold at 10d| other qualities, Hill prlrao dairy, 7d to 8J...
INTERCOLONIAL PRODUCE MARKETS. LATEST QUOTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
INTEnOOLONIATi PRODUOE MARKETS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. Sl'DHKY.— Saks of wheat have been made in Rlvorlna on account of country millers at equal to from -1/S to 1/5 for Sydney, delivery, l'rlvato cables quo'.o No. 1 hard Duluth at filO o.l.f, and e. Sydney. Klour qulot at £11/10/ to «12 for N,S,W. roller. Fifty balca corusaoks to arrive ex Oroisa sold at 4/4, and small lots on spot 4/8, Bran bugs on spot D/a ; to arrive November shipment 3/2. 1 ,000 civics koroaone for export told nt Bid, Moilnmtn business In prmlnce, Malzo, 2/Ilj bran, 81/1 1 onions, £4/10/ to A3 | chaff, I no. ported £4, local pilemcat At to £-/2/0| lu ccrm; £2/10/ to A2/12/0 | potatoes— local, Si to £8110/ 1 prime, £0 | extra prime, to £7 I Queensland, £0 to £0/5/ i Victorian, £8. ADKWIDK.— Ko sales of any congoquenoo havu taken place in brcadituffa this week, anil values are unchanged, (Jhaff la worth about RHir,j to £.1/10/. As regards pattern produco, the Orrooa, from Calcutta, arrived during tho week, and relieve...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
CIMlMimCIAL It is predicted that tho New South Wales potato crop will mainly bo a failure, but chnft Is expected to bo plentiful as large nreni will bo cat for chuiT instead of lor grain, New chaff Is coming forward at Kobart, and causes tho market for old to bo much easier In price, (Quotations given below,) A llttlo new hay was also received In Hobart last week, from Brldgcwatcr and Sandford. Crop projects In tho southern part of Tasmania very gloomy owing to oontinuod drought,
SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
siiu»iM\(;. IllfllXIX, AKU1VKU. Deo 11— Wareatua, sa, 100 tons, A. Lloyd, from Strnhan, Manonourl, «», l,?8.'l loan, J. Olbb, from Mollmuinu. PnmonKen— Mcsdamus Hlndd, I-oaaii, Wllklmon, l'liiinineri Ml«e8 Coven try, [I,r,p«, I'iit I MeiHiB limpet, Oltappol, Hill, Thatchur, l'-eiiton, Wilkinson, Btudd, I'luranior i Muster K. I'lummer. Deo 11— Ruby, ketch, 20 tons, J, Thomp son, from Lnuncuston. Deo 13— Dorset, 8-, 120 Ions, W. Holyinan, from Liiuneciton. SAILED, Duo 11— Wateatea, sa, 100 tons, A. Lloyd, for I.aunccilon, Djo 11— Slannpuurl, ss, 1,78.1 tonB,J.aibb, for Sydney. Dec lil— DotBct, h, 120 tons, W. Holynmn , for Slanley, Deo 1!!— Ruby, ketch, 20 tons, J. Thomp eon, for River Cam. D;o 1.1— Lndy Urnssoy, flsli!n« smack, Burgess, for Launceston. Tho as Wareatoa arrived from Strahan on Saturday morning, leaving again for Dovon pnrtan1! Liuncesion about l\ am, Bho wns expected to arrive lint nlsjht, on her return trip to Btrahau via Stunley. Captain A, Lloyd U ag.iin lu command ...
Telegraphic News. MAYORS OF HOBART AND LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
g, Tclcgrniiliic Ncwsi ? ? MAYORS OK HOIUItT AND LAUNOKSTON, HoiiAlIT, Monday,— Alderman 0. HlddliJ. dlano was on Saturday elected Mayor of Hobart for tho ensuing year, in succctslon to Alderman J. O, D-tvleB, who waa nno of th« retiring aldonnen but declined to ttand for ro-clcctlou, Launoestox, Monday,— Alderman S, Ji Button waa elected Mayor on Saturday, securing five votes, Alderman Sadler two, Barrott nnd l'auton one each. A good many thought llmt Alderman Sadler should havo bcon re-elected on account of tho excellent manner In which be flllod the position, especially In connection with the Jubilee fcatlvltloBi but If Aldorraau Button tnsket OB good a mayor as on the three previous occasions ho has hold tho position pcopto will havo nothing to grumblo at. There It to bo a Juvenile lUlllhltlqn Id Launccttori next year and Mr Sutton Is an '' Kxlilbltlon ' Mayor, At tho Oily Council meollnit to-day Mayor Sutton returned thaukt for having been again elected to the poBll Ion, am) he...
ROSTER OF MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
ltOSTKll OF MAT0UES. I At Sydney (University 0.0.) Dec. 17, 18i ft At liutbcrRlcn Deo 21, B At Bcndlgo December 27, 20. 1 At Molbourno (aocond test match) Jan, §j lr 3, 4.6. fj At Ilnllarat Jan. 6, 7. fi At Ptawcll Jan. 10, 11. f At Adelaide (third test match) Jan, 14, B 15, 17, 18. ? At Hamilton Jan. 20,21, » At Oeclong Jan 23, 23. m At Melbourne (fourth test match) Jan, 88, p 211,31, Fob. 1. At Sydney (N.H.W., return) Fob. 4, B, 7, 8, (Tho team will npidl lor about a week.) At Ilrlsb-ne (Q.iefniland) Fob. 18, 1«, 21. At Bydnny (.fUlli te»t match) Feb. 25, 20, 28, March 1. At Melbourne (Vic, icturn) March 5, 0 S, ». At Adelaide, (S.A., return) March 11, 12, 14, IS.
AN AUSTRALIAN NOVEL. DIAMONDS & DESTINY A Remarkable Story of Discovery and Adventure. PART VII. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
AN AUSTRAUAN NOVEL, BIAMOHDS&DESTIHY i Romarkablo story ot Discovery and Adventure, I'ART VII. Though this fact did not interfere with the value of the diamond dis covery, it relarled development for a lime. The government sought to pre vent « ' rush' in the hope of getting on the trail of the murderers — for It was thought that more than one assassin had taken part in the tragedy, Month after month passed and the mystery [remained unsolved.* Tho only light discovered was the fact that a large quantity of diamonds in the rough had been sold in Sydney. They were identified as nimilnr to those at Hingara, and the fact left no doubt that Ihc murderers hnd reached Sydney, ob tained n Inrge sum of m nicy, and were probably UC) und the reach ol justice. Crime is often avenged in a curious and inexplicable manner, and it was destined that the tragedy nt Bingam should be elucidated and punished in a innjt rcniarkible wiiy. To explain the denouement to the reader it will be necessary...
WYNYARD SECONDS V. BURNIE SECONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
WYNYAIID HKOONUS V, llURNlB BUCONIiS. (I'llOM Ollll OWN aONIIKBPONIIKNT,) Tho Uurnla second ulevon vlsltol Wyn yatd on Hatunlay uftoruoon aud mot tho local second o'oren, Tho visitor) won by '12 runs on thu Hist Innings. Owing to tin unruly conduot of ono of ll.o Wynyard team soon after llurulo conimcncul their 3ml Inulngs, the Wynyard captain (Mr (Ico, l'enri) evincing Ins dlnguat. by calling hit men from Ihu Held. It would bo well for the Wynyard club to tako steps io nravent a recurrence of sueh unseemly conduct, Hcnrcsl Burnlo— K, Molllson II, K, R, Kvaua in, U. llulmlch III— 3, W.Townaend 8, D, l'ol.on 1(1— n, W. tlardnor 1, K, Voltch 0, L, 1'ollnrd 0, S, Kvans 2, ,1, Curtain II, 0. llugg (n.o.) ft, Bundrlo* li— 2 I totals 75— HI (for 2 wlekelBj Wynyanl- Wilkinson 0, Momly 2, A, Oar nur io, J, lliewMor U, J, Hmlth 0, II, Aider ton 21, U. JVait 4, W, Aldeiaon 11, J, Carroll 0, K. Konton 1 (no.), D. Uorcohroa 0, Bun. diles 1 1 total A3. Mooily (B for 17) wos Iho mc»t mccessful of...
FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
KlXTUIlEfl. Deo. 1?— Wynyard v Cam, Free Yeomen v ISonialno Cam Teams— First Klovon— J. Webb, L, Cowull, II. Cowell, J. Rogers, W. Maofarlano, K, Ling, W. Weeks, F. Cooper, O, Ilarfoot, W, LIiik, A, Olnrk, Coach leaves Somerset at 12 o'cloek. Heoond Kloyon— A. Darfoot, John King, Jan. lying, O, llrown, F, Mutton, John Ling, A, Burgoyno, J. Weokt, l-. Olut; win, F, Woodward, 0. llayley i emergencies, J. Clark, V. King, A. Ilodgotts. Wynyard First Klovon— From A, Aldornon, JL AldcHon, T, Anilerson, T, norcohrot), 0, Olouir.li, 1). A. Dole, H, Frltuloy, J, L, Forgu tan, A, H, Harrison, M, D, Martin, 11. Hluttord, O, lingers, Team to bo plokeil at Thurnday't praotloo, Wyuyard Heoond Klovou— Alderton, Anderson, D. Dtrenhrec, llrowster, Carroll, Qarnur, Moody, 1'cart, Stutterd, Fonton, Aloxandor, KatUm,
England V. Australia. THE FIRST TEST MATCH. STODDART NOT PLAYING. ENGLISHMEN BAT FIRST. 5 WICKETS FOR 337 RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
diirliuifl v, AmtrnllH. TIIK FIRST TKST MATCH, STODDART lioT TLAYINQ. ESC1LISI1 M1CN~I1AT FI IHT. B WKiKliTS FOR 3.17 HUNS. Hvdibv, Mondav.-Tho flrst teat match Intivecn Ktodilart's Kngllsh Klevcn and an Australian team, which waa to havo com menced nn Friday lout, but was post pnned that day nnd also on .Satur day on account of heavy rain, was com menced to-day. Owlup; to tho diath i.f Hioddarl'ii mother In Kugland ho Is not tak ing part in tho match, The weather to-day was delightful, the wicket being rather slow but not In favor of tho bowlers. Tho Englishmen winning the tots dccldrd lo hat, Muclarcn and Mason going Hint to the nickels. Mnson wat bowled for It by Joniu. Tho score w»a then 211, of which Maelarcn had made 20 by vigorous bitting, At luncheon time the acore w.m I for 08— Maclaren fill, and Hay w.iid :i:i, thu not out men, going strong. Later, Hiiyward wns caught by Jones and bowlul by Trumbln for 72, Maclaren increased his acoro to 125 1 ho and 8torcr(2) I'clni; the ...
Cricket. EAST WELLINGTON PREMIERSHIP. BURNIE V WYNYARD. ONE INNINGS VICTORY FOR BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
Cilclu'l. It.VHV \VltLLlNOTON FlUOMtUUSIIll1. BURNIIO V WVNYAHD. ONE (NNINtlS VtCITOUV FOK Ml/UNIK, Tcami rcproncnllng Wynyard and Burnlo clubs met on the ground of the latter on Sat urday afternoon, The weather was very f.ivnruhlo, alllmiuh ralher warm, lloth clubs were wull rcpruscnlcd, anil an Interest ing mutch was luokcd forward to. Wynyard went lu Iho wicket first, but madu n very poor BUnd against the bowling of Will Ron and Kvann, tho las', wicket falling with tho total nt it, T, llureohrau and 'sundries' lining lop fourois with land 7 ro'ticotlvoly. Burnlo also iui.de ft poor start, 5 wickets being dmvn for II runs, but (in Atkinson nlninir Kvans a 1oiii- stand was mmlo and tho ' rot ' Blayi'd. lOvnna played well for U3, losing his wicket by a foolish stroke when Ihn lint man was lu. The total wni US, leav ing Wyuyard 31) to get In savn n out) Innings defeat, 1h|- thoy failed to do, as ISvans ond W-.lsim dlsmiaied them nil for 21, of which Frrgujnn nutdo 10, includlnga splu...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 14 December 1897
Xews in Uriel. Warm weather, Stodriatt's mother fa dead. Wynyard show to-morrow. Very dusty In Burnlo yciterday, Stoddart not playing In test match, American rcvenuo dclklt 10,000,000ilol. Burnlo State School entertainment to night, 120 entries for six principal events at Burnle Sports, British troopa to bo withdrawn from Tcrah, Indian frontier, Indian Council rcqulrcsa loan of £0,000,000 for three months. Mr R. Scott, llurnlc, wishes to dispose of hla business, tjeeadvt, lUUway employes In United Kingilom abandoned strike proposals. Hallway coupons at excursion /arcs bclai; issued on Victorian railways, Christmas confectionery, otc, nt L, S. Cummiog's, Burnlo, Seoadvt, Victorian Treasurer received £113,91111 at probate duly on estates recently, Roumanian mobs attacking Juwlali resi dents, and pillaging their house). Meeting reTnble Capo F*rmor»' Coopera tive Co. next Saturday. See advt, Projected murdor nf Queen Maria Christina of Spain by a femalo assassin averted. At /,'jchan Hug...