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BOER SPIES. JOINED THE YEOMANRY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
BOER SPIES. JOINED THE YEOMANRY. Some sensation hah been created throughout the United Kingdom by the reported discovery of two Boer spies in the ranks of the Yeomanry at Mont gomery, a market town in Montgomery shire. Great indignation was expressed by the yeomen of the town, and the spies were almost lynched. One had his jaw broken, and the nose of the other was badly injured by a blow.
SEVEN THOUSAND SADDLES SEIZED BY THE BRITISH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
SEVEN THOI SAND SADDLES SEIZED BY THE BRITISH. The German steamer Bundesrath was recently seized in Delagoa Bay on the ground that she was carrying contra band of war for the Transvaal. Among her passengers were three German ollicers and 20 men, all of whom were dressed in khaki, and who intended to join the Boer forces. The Bundesrath, with the German officers and men on board, was taken to Durban, where she will be brought before a prize court. The owners: denied that the steamer was carrying contraband of war, and Count von Bulow, the German Minister for Foreign Afflairs, promised to inter pose in the matter. It is understood that her cargo in cluded 7000 saddles, which were con cealed among the food stuffs.
The Examiner [PUBLISHED DAILY.] TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1900. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
[PuBlISHED DAILY.] TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1900. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents and contributors will oblige by not addressing matter for publication to individual members of our staff. Letters containing press matter should be sent to the Editor, or, if for our special columns, to those in charge of them, as, for instance, "Flamingo," "Pakehta," "Argue," etc. All business communications, including advertisements, should be addressed to the Business Manager. The disturbing element in connection with the Boer. war has been the fear of European complications. It has been the practice hitherto with some of the Continental Powers to take ad vantage of any event which for the time being kept Britain's hands full, and to iake some threatening and ag gressive move. The greatest sinners in this respect have been France and especially =Russia. Notwithstanding all the rubbish talked by Russophi lists in England and elsewhere, the history of that nation for the last cen tury has been one of ste...
THE NEW TARIFF. POINTS OF INTERPRETATION. DEPUTATION TO MR. COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
THE NEW T ARIF,!F. POINTS OF INTERPRETATION. DEPUTATION TO MR. COLLINS. A deputation, representative of the saddlers and harness-makers, the boot and shoe makers, and coach builders of Launceston, waited' upon the Chief Seoretary (Hon. G. T. Collins) yester day to bring under his notice matters connected with the tariff. Mr. A. R. Fowler, M.H.A., introduced, the deputa tion by explaining that a 'difference of opinion had' arisen as to the reading, of the new tariff, and. urging that it was desirable that there, should 'be an un derstanding and uniformity. Mr. W. J. Genders spoke of the ne cessity of encouraging Tasmanian manufacturers, in view of federation. It was in that spirit that the last Cus toms Act had been ,>passed, and yet articles which were not now allowed in free used to come in so, under the old tariff. He instanced a variety of grindery articles, such as Bridgewater dressing for leather, f: The Collector of Customs (Mr. W. J. n Bain), who wa.s present, explained th...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
4 Terrible Accident is often the result of a slight act of carelessness; therefore wq cannot guard too much against the habit of treating trifles with contempt. In dealing wih our health, this is a matter of great importance. Many valuable lives have been, prematurely lost through the neglect of a trifling cold or for want of attention being paid to the most simple of the laws of sazitation. In order to keep the body in a robust condition, frequent doses of Holloway's Pills should be taken; they purify the blood, whilst they cleanse the system from disease germs. For rheumnatics, gout, sick headache, lassi tude,liver and stomach disorders, etc., no other remedy can equal them.* The German army includes more than 10,000 musicians.
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS Amusements ................... 7 Auction Sales .................. 8 B3irths, Marriages, Deaths ..... 1 Business Notices ................ 8 Educational ................ 1 Florists and Seedsmen ......... 1 For Sale ............. ......... . 1 Government .................... S ITotels ......................... 1 Insurance Companies ........... 8 Letters Patent .................. 1 Mining ........................ 8 Money ......................... 1 Miscellaneous .................. 1 Medical ........................ 8 Notices ........................ 1 Popular Column ................ 1 Professional Column ........... 7 Religious ...................... 7 Shipping ....................... 1 Sporting ....................... 8 Tenders ......................... 1 Wool and Produce ............. 8
THE ATTACK. MADE ON ALL SIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
THE ATTACK. MADE ON ALL SIDES. Other sections of the enemy's force had been informed of the general's in tention to make the assault during the early hours of the morning. Thus when the Besters column com menced operations at 3 a.m. on Satur day the attack was commenced on other sides, so that soon the garrison was compelled to take up work at all quarters of the town.
"EXAMINER" IMPERIAL PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
"EXAMINER" IMPERIAL PATRIOTIC FUND. Already aclknowledged ..... £51 10 0 EI. W. Gibson, The Pqint, Perth ...... ......... 21 0 0 W. H. D. Archer ........... 5 0 0 Rebecca Hubbard............ 1 1 0 £78 11 0 The donation from Mrs. Hubhard should have been acknowledged before, but it was inadvertently overlooked. With Mr. Gibson's handsome contri bution was the following note:-"At this time one cannot too generously subscribe towards the Mansion House patriotic fund, and I regret all Tas manian collections are not for it-the Imperial fund. I enclose 20 guineas towards the above."
SUMMARY OF OUR WAR FUNDS. £274 6s 6d COLLECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
SUMM.ARY OF OUP. WAT R FUNDS. £274 G da d COLLECTED. It may be of interest to our subscri bers, and particularly to those who have contributed through the medium of the "Examiner" to the war funds, to have 'placed before them a concise summary of the sums we have received. From first to last we have acknow ledged in detail the following sums: Examiner Imperial fund . £78 11 0 For Tasmanian contin gent fumd .. .. 88 15 6 "Tommy Atkins" fund .. 107 0 0 £274 6 6
BRANCH AT LATROBE. LATROBE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
" BRANCH AT LATROBE. LATROBE. Monday. A meeting connected with the patrio tic fund was held at the Oddfellows' Hall to-night. There was a good and enthusiastic attendance, a unmber of ladies being present. Mr. Bond (chair man) referred at great length to the object of the meeting. Everyone, he said, should do his utmost to endeavour to assist- the fund. A motion was passed that a branch of the Imperial rpatriotic fund ble established at La trobe, .cnd about £30 was collected in the ro:_m. It was resolved that the amount collected here be sent to the fund in Launceston and thence to Lon don. Messrs. Atkinson, Bond, Belcher, Rudge, and Rev. W. Hogg were ap pointed a committee to carry out the motion. Mr. M'Ilwaine recited "The Absent-Minded Beggar," and a vote of thanks to the chairman, "God save the Queen," and cheers for the soldiers ter minated the meeting.
MOVEMENT IN THE COUNTRY. SHEFFIELD, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
MOVEMENT IN THE COUNTRY. SHEFFIELD, Monday. A meeting of the patriotic fund committee was held in the W.C.T.U. Hall on Saturday evening, when there were 14 membei's present. On the motion of Mr. W. R. Jones, seconded by Mr. D. Hope, Mr. John Hope was elected chairman of the com mittee and Mr. O. Ridley secretary. It was resolved that the members of committee each take a part of the dis trict and canvass the same for contri butions to the fund. Mr. Thomas Pullen, Barrington, is to give a lecture at an early date on the subject, "Why England has entered on the present war in South Africa." The proceeds of the lecture are to be de voted to the fund. The treasurer (Mr. R. R. Roberts) reporteid that ,£45 had been received in contributions to date.
PROMENADE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
PROMENADE CONCERT. In another column will .be found an announcement of an open-air pro menade concert to be given in the Cliff Grounds to-morrow evening, the pro ceeds of which ate to be devoted to the Imperial patriotic fund. The City Band will supply a special programme of music, and the popularity of the grounds, also of the object, should en sure a large attendance.