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AMERICA AND THE PHILIPPINES. QUELLING THE REVOLT. DESPERATE FIGHTING. GREAT SLAUGHTER OF THE INSURGENTS. NATIVE WOMEN IN THE RANKS. WAR DECLARED BY THE NATIVES London, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
AMERICA AND THE PHILIPPINES. QUELLING THE EEVOLT. DESPERATE FIGHTING.' GREAT SLAUGHTER OF THE , INSURGENTS. NATIVE WOMEN IN THE BANKS. 'WAR DECLARED BY THE ?- NATIVES. ! . ? London, February 9. Further particulars have been received of the fighting in the Philippines between^ the American forces and the insurgents.''0 ? It is stated that 13,000' Americans and over 20,000 Filipinos took part in the engagement, and that the loss among the latter, who were routed, amounted to over 4,000, while the Americans-had 40 killed .nj ina ,,,n,-mAnA TVin firrlifinc linps ex tended for 17 miles. ' Brigadier-General Otis, in command of the American land forces, who has beon instructed to occupy Ho Ilo at all hazards, is carrying out his instructions with great determination. He is pursuing tho re treating Filipinos to prevent them rally ing. After the engagement on Sunday the Americans searched among the slain, and were astounded to find a number of nativo women, who had cut their hair off, donned...
THE BOTTLING OF FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
THE BOTTLING OP FBUITS. ' The orchardist who grows fruit for the market generally know s how to dispose of x all his produce to the best advantage, but ,- frequently the small grower has more than ' he can consume at the time, and the fruit j is wasted. But there should be no loss; by the simple process of bottling, all fruits, esoeciallv the smaller kinds, mav be Drc served in a fresh condition, and be almost equal to fruit freshly plucked. Bottled fruits are often preferred to jams, possess ing more the natural flavor of the fruit. The fruit to be bottled must not be dead ripe, but rather under-ripe than over, as j it remains in a whole state, and when i cooked presents a nice appearance. If tho j bottling and boiling can be done on tho ground so much tho better; the fruit J , should be handled as little as possible. Somo persons gather tho fruit direct into - ? cy tho bottles, so as to ba\ e handling. Put ,jj as much fruit into tho bottles as possible, i^ giving them a shake occa...
"Quite a New Woman." [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
'Quite a -New Woman.' ? ?—+ ? The great worth of Bile Beans is ver capitally illustrated in the case of Mrv Jane Colman, of Beauf ord street, Hamilton^ Newcastle, who said to a reporter :— 'For, 13 years I was in a delicate state of health, my earliest symptoms being violent retch ing and pains in the head; these wer? snortly tollowen by a complete loss o appetite, and restless nights. I had several of the best doctors in Newcastle in attend ance on me from time to time, and tried all kinds of patent medicines, but I could get no real relief. It seemed, too, that what little I could eat I could not digest. Dreadful pains would now and again come in my back and kidneys, and especially under the shoulder blade. The pain in the shoulder seemed to stab me like a knife. To walk merely about the house was hard work for me, and I nearly always felt sick. My sight grew dull, everything had a blurred look, and I felt ' like a log of wood.' The least exer tion prostrated me ; I could not stan...
Commercial. The "Advocate" Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
Commercial. The 'Advocate' Office, Thursday Evening. Deliveries of potatoesyesterdaywereonly light, a few teams arriving at each side of the river. Two or three loads were snapped up at JE3/15, the others were dumped on producer's accounts. During the after noon quotations differed. Some dealers declared they would not go beyond £3/10/, others felt disposed to go to £8/15/. This . moniingquotationswerei-8/10/ to JE3/12/6, but as a fact £8/15/ was given for several been fair, but bo far they do not come up to last week ; still, there is plenty of time and no doubt to-morrow will Bee big de liveries. To-day after the arrival of the 3.80 goods train there were about 2,500 sacks at West Dovonport and 650 sacks at Cast Devonport. The ss Easby brought 1,262 sacks from coast ports, and as digging operations are stated to be fairlyfree, and the ss Kini is loading at coast ports and will probably bring a similar quantity to that brought by the Easby, we expect to see 10,000 to 11,000 sacks g...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
The Latest ? in; Vehicle Propulsion. — Great interest is 'aroused in New York (says the 'Daily Mail') by tho organisa tion of a company with a million dollars capital,' which purposes the manufacturing, leasing, and selling of waggons, carts, and dravs oWflted bv comrjressed air. The new vehicles have been proved to be tho roughly practicable, aud are capable of hauling a load of eight tons 25 miles with out tho air being replenished. The com pany will endeavor to gradually absorb the principal carrying interests, replacing horse drays by autotrucks, while the drivers will becomo motor-men. The newspapers enthusiastically endorse the scheme, and express the hope that it will eventually result in the total banishment of horses from the streets of New York, in the lessening of noise, and the improve: ment of the sanitary condition of the city. Where's the '-Bod Taste ?'— Exception has been taken to Mr Aikenhead sitting on the Bench in the recent case brought by Mr Innis against Captai...
LATROBE PRODUCE MARKET. Latrobe Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
LATBOBE PRODUCE MARKET. Latrobe, Thursday. 'Fair quantities of produce still continue .-. to come ' in. ' ?? Potatoes ' vary in ' price. -'- Yesterday they were quoted at, £3/12/6, but to-day the average is £3 to £3/5*' Oats, Algerian 1/4 to 1/5, SparrowbiU 1/8 to 1/9, Tartarian 1/10 to 1/11 ; hay chaff, 37/6 bags in. Other quotations are with out change. The harvest is now upon us (writes our Railton correspondent) ; the farmers are busy with their reaping, and all seem in high spirits at the bright prospects of a bountiful harvest. Last weekthe potato market was very lively for this early part of the season, soiuo five or six buyers being kept very busy at the station for a few hours on Friday, and the brisk com petition brought tho prices hero nearly, if not quite up to Dovonport, the average price, being £± 10s for prime samples. This week, however, owing to tho drop in' the Sydney; market, and the producers being busy with tho harvest, I do not expect anything like the same qua...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
A GOOD REMEDY MADE -TASTE- LESS BUT MORE . EFECTUAL; DOSSETOR'S MIXTUBE^FOR . t INDIGESTION'-;' (Registered) - i , - f ^ Is now mode of the Dry Extract and put up in Cachets. ..,...- ? No Taste nor Smell. Will Cure Headaches, Constipation, Weakness, Billiousness, and Palp[ta . tion of tho Heart. , f . . ? ? » Sold by all Chemists. Price, 2s 6d per -.- box. Three boxes for 6s cash, '' direct from Factory, Devonport. .-NOBTH-WE8T COA8T. Deatifltiy. Mr Alfred' J. Hall, DENTIST,' - 111 ST, JOHN 8T.,-LAUNCESTON, MAY' be consulted DAILY- 9 till 6, and Evening 7 till 8; Sundays, 9 till 10, 2 till 3, 6 till 7. ? ? - . Extractions under Nitrous Oxide, Gas, Chloride, Ethyl, and Cocaine. Teeth Stopped with Gold, Amalgam, and Cement. Artificial Teeth on Gold and VuIc.Plates. Children's Teeth Carefully Regulated.(-, NEXT VISIT IN APRIL. : GBASP THIS STAETLINGr PACT! MIKADO TEA IS UNBIVALLED. S. MADDERN,~WABATAH. MKS'F. E. BELL, BUENJE T. HILDEE, SOMERSET. Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be ...
For the Ladies. THE LATEST CHARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
For the Ladies. THE LATEST CHAE1TS.' All sorts of frivolous littlo trinkets no ^ donglo from watch chaLis or hang &[ bangles. Tho ^ cry latest clianu is a tin-,'j joiqted Dutch doll, in gold and white offl \ aineLyvEibcrniau emblems are likowisj ;up to date, siinh..as n little greenstoit, sudang' pfg with ruby\ eyes, or a luckf shamrock set in crystal. Tho lorf 'chains — the very newest arc set with paf .. pink coral and peail heads — will oblijT ingly accommodate a whole store of thi ' miniaturo metal work, for tho smai' woman is still desirous of jangling Watches are now so small that they a*, sometimes set in finger rings. i
JEWELS AND THEIR OWNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
JEWELS AND THEIR OWNERS. Tho late Madame Carnot's diamonds winch she bequeathed to the charity founded by her in memory of her husband were recently sold in Paris. Tho sale; lasted about two minutes, the bids spring ing from 28,000 to 102,000 francs, at; which figure there were passed in to an! anonymous purchaser, one of the Carnot! family. At the famous Jubilee fancy-,' dress ball at De\ onshirc-house the jewels' worn must have been worth nearly a: million sterling. Mrs Arthur Paget dis played a dozen necklaces at that festivity. The most famous jew cilery in the w orld is owned by Russians and Americans. The] ' Dnchess of Coburg can beat the Princess of Wales by three or four tiaras, and her) rubies are quite unique. The young Duchess of Marlborough's mother has been known to wear i!10O,OOO worth of: pearls strung round her. Binck pearls are ; the distinguishing cachet of two London society women, ono being Lady Maple,, wifo of Sir Blundell. There is only one ?. necklace of black...
A MILLIONAIRE DRESS CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
A MILLIONAIRE DHESS CONTEST ; Mrs John Jacob Astor, who is said ti be the best dressed woman in New Yorlv is 'on a visit to England. Mrs Henr Clews, however, competes openly for ad miration with her, and the rivalry of thes two ladies causes constant additions ti be made to their v ardrobes. It is by n- means a one-sided affair. Mrs Astor hoi more money, but Mrs Clews has excellen tasio, and that spark of genius which ir dress, as in other arts, seeks always tht best effect by tho shortest road. Mn Astor has a special gown room where shi keeps her \ast butterie detoile.tc. He! special hobby is shoes. She would fee! lost without thirty pairs ok so, each read_\ to put on at a moment's notice. Mrs Clews has a penchant for hats and i oils Last summer she had nineteen hats for the seasons, all fresh and new. She is fond of silk stockings. She dotes on chiffonh and fripperies. Both ladies are fully! aware of the inteiest that New York takes in their gowns. They ' dress ' for their: noon r...
THE North Western Advocate. Published every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Morning. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1897. THE DEFENCE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
THE Publithei every Jfonday, Wedneiday, and Friday Morning. _. ' FAIR AND IMPARTIAL.- ' '] ' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 18697' THE DEFENCE FORCE. ' The people of Tasmania may congratu late themselves upon the possession of the most effective Defence Force which has yet existed '.in the Colony. Parlia mtnthas been able to deal somewhat more liberally with our citizen soldiers, and the result 'has been a greater spirit of enthusiasm amongst the men of all ranks. Moreover, the movement, which in the past has been chiefly, confined to the cities, has farther extended in the country districts, so that we have gentle men like Captain Cameron, who have not long quitted crack regiments in Her Majesty's service, organising and per fecting corps in the auxiliary wing of the Defence Force which mu3t be but tresses to the whole system. It would seem just now that the reasonable demands of the force have outgrown the strength of the headquarters staffs This staff consists in reality of the '. Con- man...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
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THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. OUR SPECIAL REPORT. A FURTHER FALL IN POTATOES £5 NOW THE TOP QUOTATION. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. OUR SPECIAL REPORT. A FURTHER FALL IN POTATOES^ £5 NOW THE TOP QUOTATION. - Sydney, Wednesday. Potatoes have again suffered a decline, £5/5 to-day being the top price for Cir culars, and £4 for Warrnambools. Not withstanding the Blump, however, I should not be at all surprised if a Blight rally took place at the end of the week, and if your ahipments are under 10,000 , bags the recovery will be about 5/ to 10/ per ton. Oats are selling slowly, the top price being 1/11. Pollard is again dearer, and is very scarce at lOd. Bran is up to 8d and good wheat sold at auction to-day at 2/5. No change is reported in other lineB. Turnips are easy at £8. Sydney, Thursday. The local supplies of potatoes were very short to-day, but Tasmanians were again lower, £5 being the top price, off colors and small selling at a much cheaper rate. There is no change to report in any other line,' except a slight rise in maize, but not enough to effect the oat market. Bran and pollar...
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. Launceston, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. Launceston, Thursday. The main feature in the Launceston produce market during the week has been a fall, in wheat and flour. At country stations the best price on offer for wheat is 2/3£d to 2/4, and in the city 2/5, though a few small sales were reported at 2/6. It is, however, pretty safe to state that not more than 2/5 will be offered for some time to come. Roller flour is quoted at £7 per ton, and stone £6/15, or 16/ and 15/ per bag respectively. Algerian oats have been delivered in the City at 1/8 to 1/5. New season's peas are expected to come in at 2/2 to 2/3 for parcels and 2/6 retail. Cape barley is coming in at 2/8 wholesale and 2/6 retail. Potatoes are lower, £4 to £4 5s being the best prices now obtainable. Butter has taken another rise, dairy being now worth 9$d to 10\i, separator lOJd to 1/, pastry 9d to 9$d. Eggs are firmer at 8Jd to 9d.
EMU BAY PRODUCE MARKET. Burnie, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
EMU BAY PRODUCE MARKET. Burnie. Thursday. A moderate amount of business was transacted in- the local produce market yesterday and to-day, though not to such an extent as on the corresponding days last week. Arrivals yesterday were about 700 bags of potatoes, and to-day they were again of some extent. By the Easby, which left this morning early for Sydney via Devonport, 510 bags of potatoes and 189 bags chaff went forwardfrom Burnie, whila from Stanley the exports were 800 bags potatoes, 142 bags oats, 5 bales hides, 5 bales wool, 1 bale skins. From Stanley to-day the Kini took 600 bags potatoes, making in all 1,400 bags this week from the Circular Head district. The Kini left Burnie to-night for Sydney via Devon port, taking away from this port 700 bags potatoes, also 381 bags ore from the Magnet mine. The week's shipment of potatoes to Sydney from Burnie and Stanley therefore totalled over 2,600 bags. Quotations for potatoes in the local mar ket to-day were .£3/15/. Chaff has eased...
NEWSTEAD STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 10 February 1899
NEWSTEAD STOCK SALE. Messrs W. T. Bell and Co., Limited, report: — Newstead market on Tuesday was fully supplied with fat stock of all descriptions. Prime sheep and lambs showed an advance on last week's rates, whilst beef was about the same. We sold : One pen cross-bred wethers, from Mr G. Headlam, at 14/6; pens cross-bred ewes, at 14/ and 14/3 ; 2 pens Merino wethers, Woodside, 9/6 to 8/ ; pen lambs, Mr Stevenson, at 11/3 ; pen cross-breds, owner, Ss ; 2 pens shorn lambs, Mr Hart, 10/9 to 9/6 ; 3 pens cowb, Circular Head, JE7, JE6/15/, £6/12/6, £6, to £5/10/. Dairy cows — Two Ayrshire cows, aged, £10 to £8; cow just calved, £7 ; pen dry cows, £2 ; pen nice young heifers, at £2/18.