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THE PERTH TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
TIIK PURTII TRAGEDY. At tho crlmlnnl fc-sIoiis of Iho Hupromc C.iurt al Peittt on Monday last, Jtimca O'Brien wna charged wllh minder in conn to linn with tho Moore ttrcet tragedy. Tho prlJ.inrr, who ll la nlh'ged 1 ? dered his wife Lorni.in O'Riten, on tho lath Ot!tt-l.cr, ami cut her hend nnd legs off, plcndud not guilly. The evidence for tlio Crown wns flinllir to Ihnt given beforu Iho lower tribunal, nnd nt tin conclusion counsel fnr tho pihoner Inti mated Ihnt ho did uot Intend catling ovl dence for the defence. The Couit n-lj-mrncd, ami I I.o jury weru locked up for thu night,
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
NEW ZKALAND. In Iho Clntlm pri.hlbltlon district John Hcnly has been llnr.l £10 and cosls for ».ll ing whisk y, nnd «f» nml cods for ' exposing liquor.' ilio wife win nlso lined *S and cosls for selling liquor. Ilio nrbllrnllon court's nwnrd in tho bnkcia' dUputii nt Utiiiedln, has llxed SJ hours na n iLiy'n work, nnil entlorsoa tho conciliation bnnnl's iccomninndallons in other matters. The bj inl'M r.coniinon.h.tloin lu thu talluln' dleputo hive nlso bo«n confirmed except ns to tho day wnges mrn, Ihe court allowing ono to every aliop, with a Fcctintl man for tliu ?ccunil four plecu workers rmpluyed. Al the hearing ut tho Uunedln Court uf the charge ot wife murder nualnst Onmlcs Cloments, tt girl Bl ycatu old, daughter of theptfwncr nnd thu vlcllm, told bow her father cut her mo'hur's throat whilst she was III bid, thu wlmesa nnd her little brother lying meanwhile nt the foot nf thu bed. After the murder llm child lay lu the, bed all night, tho next day know cerinlnly that hiir mot...
MADAME AMY SHERWIN. ARRIVAL IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
MADAS110 AMY SIIKUWIN. AUHIVAL IN TASMANIA. I.aunijdston, Wednesday, — MadamoAmy Sherwlu, tha ' Tasmanlnn Nightingale,' ar rived from Molbouruo by tha m Ooogoo J'es tcrday, with her concert company, on her tour of tho Australian colonies. Tlio dis tinguished cantntrlco wns accorded a publlo welcome In tho Town Hall, tho Mayor (Alderman Button) presiding. Spaochcs wero mado by Iho Mayor, tho lion, O, T. Collins, and Mr W. W. Thornlhwalte, Mad ame Shorwln replying In a very graceful manner, returning thanks for tho very kind welcome extended to hor. Madamrj Slier win's Lnunceiton Boason of three nlghU opened to-night, In Ihu Albnrt Hall, wbun thero was a crowded audience, and Madame Shcrwln waa accorded an onthuslaBtlo icccp
General Information. POSTAL TELEGRAPHIC, AND MONEY ORDER REGULATIONS, ETC. RATES OF POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
General 'information. fraction ol ioi. I'-l- J ' «?» ,,, u0ot9-K»r weight oMo«, ldi «h'™ ,°Ba0,Wl r.p.r. (other *?» '^^'kltoro. anS ^^o'/oCf'o^dcr.ndupto »ot containing »ny ePU.l°'f/nSTarcoli. tlom :-Accounl», Icf 'I'V*', „, 'order., (mLlDlDg only notes , £««?.« «d ? bank Kiniu', «t i— ' — '? . uVf.ry a|a doraeci thereon. * . . ,. _,n..t. fl IL,v. _Th. follow no ami »lmllar ariaua ...forwarded at book rato »H£ printed -nd pnbltanul In took fora i a n a to ' .ample., haYlnS no InttMc v» luo oE thtir tructor, npon payment in aitvnucoi tl la per annum. Newbfafeks. Newapapcra printed and poBlcd In tho colony for delivery at any place within tbo_ colony beyond the bouiwlarle. ol«''I« ^»2^1S5.lS.p-'1!£!'-« «p^.ntedtNr.ai.nth| d.y. from the date of publication, -.-?--. Dubllcatlon, Id ™cl). feacli additional IUuk ilon.fo'r fitrcen.land. not e«e«ll,.|[ 2,z in weight, Jd each, Each additional ioi or ftSpl.'P- P&d and po-ted In «J colony after seven diijn from the date ol publication,...
Cricket. England v. Australian. THE FIRST TEST MATCH. SECOND DAY. ENGLAND'S FIRST INNINGS 551. POOR STAND BY AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
CrlcKtit, ^| ISiiK-luiKl v.jluaii-,,11,,, I THE KIUSM'EST MATCH, I SKOOfJiT DAY, ? HNC1 LAND'S FI11ST INNIN0H r.Bl, ? POOIl STAND I~AUSTU\LIAN8. 1 8YDNKY, Tuesday, — TIio (csl nahM England v, AuBlrnlln, commenced jcalords* was conlliiued to-day. Thu weather w«l hgnln nil Hint could bo desired, and thai wns a vury largo ntlondnnou. When stumnl woro drawn yosturdny Iho Hiiullshmon hul seoied 11117 In their llrst lulling. fo,r, wlcUtJ UaiijUslnJIii being not out 31) u,,,l Hirat „„? out 87. Thosu trvo playurHBoured w«ll loiUtl thu Indian Prince (17(1) giving » hrlllUnl exhibition of balling, Hirst Increasing lill bcoiu to 112. lllchardjon nlso (cored wclll being thu not out man, with 21), whou ttijl lust wlekut full for n total uf 551, (I Thu AuslralliuiB eomnienuo.l their Drill Innings, but nudo n vciy poor staml, ,-,1 wlekeU hiving fallen for 811 when BlumhJJ weiu drnwn for thu day. Ircdulo scored !.',? Uregory (18) wns tho notout mall, I
BURGLARY AT LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
DUltaLARY AT LAUN0E3T0M, Launoishton, Wednesday. -Yestord ly after noon Iho resldenoo of Mr W. II. Patton was broken Into Iu the nbdenco of all Iho mem bora of the household. Only a small Bum ot monoy wnj Btolcn, On returning homo Mra Patton aaw a man jump over tho fonco In tho vicinity ot tho Iioubo but took little notice ot him, WIOATHlOn FOItlSOAST, BuiBiHNis, WoJneaday, — Tho wither forecast for Tasmania Issued this nftornou la as follows :— 1 ' Cloudy, unaettleJ, with strong N,i$, and W.N.iV, winds In equalla. A disturbance named 'Nnghon' la about 1,500 inllua W.N.W. distant, nnd will nftuct Tasmml i In about two daya,
INTERCOLONIAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
INTI5UCOLONIAL MAUKISTS. Svdnuv, Monday,— Sales of wheat have been Hindu In Ih'i country in csee«of Ihu limits agroii upon al Iho recent ineetlllg of Ike Millers' Association. About 2,000 bags havu been taken up In Jcillderlo and Herri gin mi account of local millers ot ci|tial to from 1/ to l-3 Sydney, and 2,000 bugs nt Tsmwotlh id 1/ to I/OS. One thousand live hundred bags of noithern grain wero taken un iircount of a city miller nt I/, Darling Harbor delivery, 8avor.il country miller* havo slgnillod their Intention ot purchasing prime grain quite Urcppcctlvo of llio associa tion'., limits. New ll.ni r Is quoted nt £11, nnd old ut £11/10/, Other lines nro gener ally iiukt. A I'ah amount of Ijil-hiess was dune in produce. Maize brought 2/11, (H'a 2/11 to 2/1, ehlckwheat 3/ii lo 11/11, bn.n Sil, pollard Hid, chafl, £3/.i/ to £4/ri/, lucerne £2/5/ tu £2/10/, pulat.ies, Molbourno £5 to £5/10/, local BmilM3to£5, medium to £0, prime to £ll/ir-/, (iuecnslnud £D to £S/5/j onions £4 to £4/...
LAUNCESTON STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
LAUNOISSTON STOOK MALE. Me»«rs W. T. Hell nnd Co., Limited, re pint I— Nowitcad innrkot on Tuesday waa hilly Bupplltd with fal Block of all dcsctlp tloiiB, Pilecs for prlmo beef wero lather belter than last week, whilst medium nnd inferior wero ot very slow sale, Lnmbs had a full market, hi'Iit In excess of loijulro nionts, Sales ;— lliiinpshlru Downs, 10/11 to 11/ j ori.BBliic.la, 10/ iu lOjllj lambs, 7/11 to 11/, Kilt uuttlu i Fat cow, Mr Wilkinson, £7/15/ i fat steer, Mr danker, £3 | fat cow, ditto, £6/7/(1 | pen cuwi, Mr Cllta-in, nvernga £5 | venlor, 10/. Dairy cowa and stores :— ? Oun-s, springing, £5 to £ I ; oow nud cnlf, £ J| cuw, In milk, £2/lu/| pen dry cows, £2/10/ each.
Telegraphic News. WYNYARD HROTICULTURAL SOCIETY. SUCCESSFUL SPRING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
Telegraphic News. WYNVAHD HOnTlOULTUIUL SOCIETY. SUOCESSFUlTsPHINa SHOW. Wynyaiid, Wednesduy. — Tho second Spring Show of tho Wynyard Horticultural Socloty was held in tho Skating Kink to-dny. Tho weather was most favorable nnd tho show wns vory successful, nnd a decided nil round ndvauce was madu on tho Initial show. Pot plauts were very much In evidence, In this reaped being nhead of any other Coast shows this season, Lovely cut jllnvors wero plentiful, ivhllo the caka socllmu were nil well Illlcd with tempting exhibits. Vege tables wete fairly well represented, ns iiIbo wiib dairy produce, Tho Art class wain fen turo of tho show, all ihu sections being well represented, also needlework, Tho entries woro about double tho total fur lait year's show, lloport and prlao list for next Ismo.
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
NEW SOUTH WALKS, Alderman Matthow HnnlJ Inn been unani mously circled Mayor of Sydney, Tho snTalmctU of Iho flt»t Ueglmont of Auntralltin Horse, lo conitlat of 100 rnnU nntl Illc, haa been completed, In the Broken Hill DlaUlct Oonrt Mia Armstrong Buod John I'enroao, J.P., Mayor ot Slhoilon, for «200 dam.igea fur Blander, At a previous trial Iho jury dlmgrced. Mrs Armstrong wna matron ot Iho Bllverton Hos pital, ami I'enroao circulated n couplu ot ftltliy lottera Impugning lior mornllty nnd that of Jftmci Jonef, public nchool teacher, Jonea ln«t Apill brought an notion ngnlnst Vcnrose, which hit won, In the present o.so Penro«Q pnld «10 inlo cmitl, nnd pleaded that ho hud apologlitvil. A largo amount ol evidence win culled by plaintiff, but detenu1, ant oallod nono, Judge, Clitaon nimmeil up itrongly itgaluat delcndtint, nntl In comment lug on thu £10 paid Into court, ho Mkctl had tho Wc.it ei 11 district raine back to the daya when a rich man could do ns be plinicd. Tho Judge chnrnc...
Intercolonial. ANOTHER LIST OF CRIMES AND CASUALITIES. GENERAL INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS. £143,966 PROBATE DUTY FORM THREE ESTATES. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
liiloicolonlul. ANOTHKR LIST OF CRIMES AND OASUAL1TIBS, OKNKRAL INTKltESTINd NKWa 1TKJ1S. *H«,'Jii(! PROBATK DUTV FROM TIIKISh! K5TATKH. VICTORIA. IVtCPlvnl aiorgo SUw,ut Smlili, tt Bltlglo man, 27 yimi* uf t,ge, wliilo wheeling ft bur row uloug thu 'ruad nt Kaglehawk, dropped dend. A maglaii'ilid liii|iil,y dincloscd the fact that death iv.ia duu lo heait disctau. A little hoy n.imed Frnnk Uuop.T, aged ono yenr nnd nine 01011111!', was accidentally drowned In a tub of water nt Ooeloncj West. Tbo collector for tho Wnirnnmbool slilru linn reported that tlicro Is only i£G0 of this yenr's rates outstanding. Thu total amount of the ratu U £li,872. Ilenvy fleeces have been shorn o(I n Lin odn ram nnd owo respccllvuly, bred by Mr J, W. H.Altkun, ofar.ismero, near Wurr niiinbool. The llceco i.ff tlio ram;welgbed 281b and off the ewe LMIb. A yuuth iiMiiu.l Albert Ollbcrt hnd a nnrvelloin eacipu from death nt .Stawell. Ho was gathering biushwood with a com pauioii ni'iir tliu Wongn inluo, nn...
THE NIGHER DISPUTE. London, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
TUB NIOKIt DIHPUTK, London, December 1.1, ' The Times ' says the rumored toHIo mont. on a peaceful basla of thu dlnpulo be. tween Knglniid nnd Franco concoinlnn Niger tcrtltory in premnlitre, Tho fact la that Huron tie Ounce!, lira French Ambassador lu London, hnd a conference with Mr Ctiatn bcriiiln on Friday, which cleared Ilio ground for a comprnmlau, Tho .'Temps,' Paris paper, any* Borrn has been proved to bo ll.i mllea within French (eirllory.
THE GREAT STRIKE. ENGINEERS REJECT EMPLOYER' PROPOSALS. London, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 16 December 1897
THU QRHAT 8TIUIUC KNaiNKKHS RUJICOT ICMPLOYERS1 l'llOPOSALH, Lendoa, Uccettibet; Ul, Nlnoty.llvo per cent, of tho Amalgamated Knglncors hnvo rejected thu mnployora' pro posals for ending Iho long protracted atrlko, Tho Oporntlvo Cotton Spinners' Associa tion lend tho Ainnlunmntod Knglneora £10,000 from their funda, nnd contribute a levy of (1.1 por rnoinbor por week to nld thorn In continuing thestrlko. Mr Dyer, plwlrmtn of tlio Kmployora1 l'cderitllou, dcclarca tbat Boolnllsta haio caused tha wliolo dispute, and that the Kmployora' Federation la tho klndoat friend BiIIIbIi workmen hnvo ever had.