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UNION COMPANY'S STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
U' UNION COMPANY'S STEAMER.S. Inward.-From Melbourne:-To-morrow, Pateena, s., due at 8.30 a.m. At Devonport -Thursday, Penguin, s., due. At Hobart rriday, Monowai, s., due. From Sydney: \Wednesday, 17th, Wakatipu, s., due at 4 p.m. At Hobart-Monday, Oonah, s., ex pected. From New Zealand:-At Hobart Friday, Tarawera, s., due. Outward. - For Melbourne:-Thursday, Pateena, s., leaves at 9 am.. from the wharf, and 3 p.m. from Rosevears (see advertise mnent). From Hobart-Friday, Taraweran a., leaves. From. Devonport-Monday, Penguin, s., leaves. For Sydney:-To day, Wakatipu, s., leaves at 4 p.m. From HIobart - To-day, Oonah, s., leaves at 5 p.m. For New Zealand:--From Hobart-Friday, Monowai, s., leaves.
TASMANIAN CONTINGENT FUND. PLACED ON AN OFFICIAL FOOTING. A COMMITTEE APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
TASMANIAN CONTINGENT FUND. PLACED ON AN. OFFICIAL FOOT ING. A COMMITTEE APPOINTED. The Council Chamber, Town Hall, was filled last hvening, when a public 2aeleting was held to take steps to place the Tasmhnian contingent patrio tic fund on an official footing. The Mayor (Alderman E. H. Panton) was voted to the chair. He read the notice canvening the meeting and said he would be willing to do all that lay in his power to assist the movement. (Hear, hear.) Alderman R. H. Price moved-"That the following form a committe to take charge of and administer the Tasma nian contingent patriotic' fund, viz., those present who may be willing' to act, and also 'the whole of the gentle men whose signatures are attached to the reauisition to the Mayor to con vene this meeting, with his Worship as chairman, viz.:-Hon. R. S. Scott, M.L.C., Messrs. A. R. Fowler, M.H.A., James Boag. Robert Carter, George E. Clemons, William Fordyce, C. E. Pad man, James Barclay, Robert Gardner, John C. Ferguson, Alex. ...
CONCERT AT ZEEHAN. ZEEHAN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
CONCERT AT ZEEHAN. ZEEHAN, Monday. The patriotic fund concert committee met tc-nighlt. Hon. Edward Mulcahy has granted the use of the Gaie-ty Hall free, excepting lighting charges, and the concert will be held on Tuesday week. The Zeehan Band, an orchestra, and the leading vocalists have offered their services, and it is believed a really good programme will be the outcome.
STRAHAN MARINE BOARD. STRAHAN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
bST IIRAIIAN MAR, INE BO!ARD. STRAHAN, Monday. The Marine Board met to-day. Pre sent-The Master Warden (Mr. Gaff ney) and Wardens Morrisby, Slater, Sligo, Hall Douglas, Driflield, and Johnson. Mr. Slater doubted if he was entitled to take his seat at the last meeting, as it was questionable if that meeting was legal. Moreover, he was not formally declared elected. Mr. Douglas contendeid that the right time to raise such a point was after the reading of the minutes. Mr. Driflield considered that if the last meeting was not properly' an nounced Mr. Slater's contention was valid. Mr. Sligo thought the last meeting was illegal. Mr. Douglas said the action of mem bers at the last meeting could be made legal by now confirming the minutes. Mr. Gaff ney stated that before the last meeting he had consulted the Pre mier by wire, and from the reply was satisfied as to the legality of the meeting. The minutes of the last ordinary "meeting, and also of the new board to elect Master Warden, were ...
A SKETCH OF LIFE IN THE B.B.P. AT MAFEKING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
A SKIETCH OF LIFE IN THE B.B.P. AT MAFEKING. -4--- (By Rhodesian.) With two other Australians, I joined the B.B.P. (Bechuanaland Border Police) at Mafeking in June, 1896. In order to do this we had left Cape town on Monday night by the Johan nesburg mail at 9 p.m. The train consisted of two portions, one for Jo hannesburg, the other for Kimiberley and Mafeking (which was at that time the terminus), the two portions sepa rating at De: Aar. We were three days and four nights on the journey, which was absolutely uninteresting, ex cepting that our engine broke down between Vryburg and Mafeking, neces sitating some delay. We finally awvoke at daylight on Fridhay morning, the 9th February, just drawing across the Molopo River, preparatory to entering Mafeking station. When I first woke up I could hardly believe'that we were not drawing into Emerald station, Queensland, on the line from Rock hampton to the west. The Molopo is almost exactly similar to the creek crossed entering that place;...
SUPREME COURT. TWO IMPORTANT JUDGMENTS. DELIVERED IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
SUPREME COURT. ---4 TWO IMPORTANT JUDGMENTS. DELIVERED IN CHAMBERS. The following judgments of His -Honor Mr. Justice- M'Intyre were de :liveredl in Chambers yesterday: Lade v. Anderson. This is a summons requiring the :Registrar of the Court of Requests at Scottsdale and the plaintiff to show .cause' why the costs of the defendant in the above action should not be taxed by the said Registrar, in accor ~dance with the provisions of the Local Courts Act, 1896. On 22nd June last an action was instituted' in the Court 'of Requests at Scottsdale, which has a jurisdiction limited to £ 30, by the plaintiff against the defendant for the recovery of certain corporeal heredita ments, by reason, as alleged in the plaint, of the rent being one year in .arrear, and the plaintiff having right by law *to re-enter for non-payment thereof. On 27th June notice of de -fence was filed with the Registrar, the :grounds of defence being-(1) that the rent payable for a year in respect of the hereditaments...
DEVONPORT TOWN BOARD. DEVONPORT, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
DEVONPORT TOWN BOARD. . DEVONPORT, Monday, The Town Board met to-day. Pre sent-Messrs. Luck, Stokes, Hiller, Powell, M'Fie, and Dr. Richardson. Reports of the oflicers were received and adopted'. It 'was resolved that the Government be requested to have the survey of the town completed, and' that the attention of th'e superintendent of police be called to the destruction of trees in the town reserves. It was decided that the Town Hall be formally opened on the 24th, the Premier having agreed) to perform, the ceremony. The offer of the Westward Ho Dramatic Company to produce "British Born" on the opening and fol lowing night was accepted. Several extras in the contract were condition ally agreed on, and left in the hands of the Town Hall committee, which was also authorised. to purchase what was necessary to complete the furnishing.
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
SHIP MAILS. Ship mails will close in Launcoston as under: United Kingdom and Continent of Europe, India, China, etc., per Orient Line. I1.M.S. Cuzco, t4is day, noon. WVest Australia.-R.M.S. Cuzco, this day, 1 p.m. South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales.-S. Coogee, this day, 1 p.m. Victoria.-S. Coogee, this day, 1.30 p.m. King Island.-S. Ynbacoona, this day, 6.15 p.m. New Zealand Ports.-S. Monowai, Thursday 7 p.m. West Coast, Overland.-Daily, 2.15 p.m. Note. - Registered letters and parcels must be posted one hour and newspapers half an hour before advertised time of closing mails. olnglish and intercolonial mails expected as under: Idnglish.-We dnesday. American.-Wednesday. Intercolonial.-Wednesday.
NOTES ON THE CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
NOTES ON THE CABLES. (By Rhodesian.) No news is generally good news, so runs the old saw. It can hardly be said in *the case of Lord Methuen. Active operations on his side:, with the contingent results of gaining a signal victory over Cronje and relieving Kim berley and Mafeking, seem to be the most pressing need of.the hour. It is incomprehensible why the bulk, if not the whole, of Sir Charle os Warren's division did not go to reinforce Lord Methuen. The topographical condi tions surrounding the two places, Lady smith and Kimberley, would, one would have thought, have ensured the sending of the whole .of the cavalry to Lord Methuen. This general, with sufficient force, especially of horse artillery (or even naval guns and field batteries), to shift the Beers from their position, could, had he plenty of cavalry, fairly make mincemeat of them. At any rate, he would be able to so disintegrate them that the Free Staters and Boers would never join cause again. The Free Staters would not...
KIPLING'S JINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
KIPLING'S JINGLE. I have read 'our Kipling jingle In a philosophic mind; My thoughts they wander to the things That' Tbmmy left behind. The object of the poem is To ask those who are willing To drop a' coin in the tamlbourine Of not less thaw one shilling.. Rich and poor, high and low, Are all invited to pay, For the credit of Britannia, SWith a hip-hip-hip-hurray! Now, being absent-minded, I fail.to understand Why warfare should not be stamped out In our dear motherland If three large Empires did combine In one gigantic nation And settle warfare, lust, and greed By simple arbitration. Rich and poor, high and low, Are all invited to pay For Justice, Honour, and Tommy, With a hip-hip-hip-hurray! I have just felt in, my pocket, ,And I find that I have got Two sixpences (one shilling) Enough to make a shot. I send the same with many thanks For Rudyard Kipling's poem; I could not rest at night or day With this subscription owing. Rich and poor, high and low, Are all invited to pay For J...
OUR "TOMMY ATKINS" FUND. "HE'S AN ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR." 2140 SHILLINGS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
OUR "TOMMY ATKINS" FUND. "HE'S AN ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR." 2140 SHILLINGS RECEIVED. When' you've shouted "Rule Britannia"- when you've sung "God Save the Queen"- When you've finished killing Kruger with your mouth Will you kindly drop a shilling in my little tambourine For a gentleman in kharki ordered South? He's an absent-minded beggar, and his weaknesses are great But we and Paul must take him as we find him He is out on active service, wiping some thing off a slate And he's left a lot o' little things be hind him! Duke's son-cook's son-son of a hun dred kings (Fifty thousand horse and foot going to Table Bay!) Each of 'em doing his country's work (and who's to look after their things?); Pass the hat for your credit's sake, and pay-pay-pay! Yesterday we received several letters from country residents enclosing silver contributions to our "Tommy Atkins" fund. The letters were not registered, the result being that the postal officials, who have to follow regulations that are in no wi...
STEAMER GENERAL. RELEASED AT ADEN. Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
STATEMER GJPNERAL. RELPASED AT ADEN. Jan. 8. The discovery of contraband of war on a German vessel in Delagoa Ba.y recently has induced the British autho rities to exercise a close scrutiny over suspected vessels. This caution led to the detention of a German vessel at Aden' by a British man-of-war. The steel screw steamer General, 2361 tons, of the German East African line, the vessel in question, was suspected of carrying contraband of war. She was compelled to discharge her cargo, and was thoroughly overhauled. The vessel has now been released.
LONGFORD POLICE COURT. Monday, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
LONGFO!ID POLICE COURT. -4--6-- Monday, January 8. Before the Warden and Messrs. T. R. Arthur and L. Archer, Js.P. George Drew pleaded guilty to the charge of having on December 25, 1899, at a race meeting at Cressy, used a contrivance of a like nature to the totalisator, contrary to the provisions of the Lotteries Amendment Act, 1899, he not having a license under the said act. Defendant said he had used the con trivance at other sports, and did not know it was illegal. Fined 40s and 7s Gd costs. Robert Collins was sentenced to one month's imprisonment for being idle and disorderly; and another offender was fined 5s, costs remitted, for dis turbing the peace on New Year's Day. Four youths for bathing in the South Eslc River on the afternoon of Sunday, December 31, 1899, without being pro perly clothed, were fined 2s Gd, with is 3d costs each. Two older ones, whose behaviour was described by Sub-Inspec tor Donovan as worse than the others, were fined 5s each, with is 3d costs in one...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
DIRIECT IMPORTS... OF CORSETS... AT, PSON 'KILAS. M'KAY, SAMPSON, & 1'KINLAY'S. Among the many choice Corsets we have stocked we would draw special attention to the following: CLIO-In fawer good shape, well boned and durable, 3/6. C.B. OXFORI)-A Grey Corset, long waisted, splendid fitting, 4/9. THOMPSON'S TRUE FIT-A very nice shape, long waisted, well boned, and comfortable (a very cheap line), 5/6. TINTELA-A splendid Corset, great fa vourite, good fitting, nice shape, 5/6. C.B. TRUE FIT-A very long-waisted Corset, fit to perfection, most com fortable in wear, 6/6. C.B. PARISIAN-A nice make in grey and white. beautifully shaped and boned, ensures good figure, 7/6. __ , _ ... .. , ? ..--? ... .. ==, ,,, r, C.B. BALTIMORE-In black, gold stitch ing, a good shape, closely boned, and splendid wearing, 7/6. CHAMELION-A good Corset for stout figures, corded hips, soft and com fortable, and very strong, 7/9. BEST FRENOH SEWN CORSET-Nicely boned, a good wearing Corset, easy and comfo...
TESTAMENTARY. HOBART, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 9 January 1900
TESTAMENTARY. HOBARIT, Monday. Probates have been issued as follow: William John Whitehouse to Daniel Whitehouse and William George White house, £3414; James Backhouse Walker to Waldemar Wolfhagen, Arthur Denison Watchorn,Joseph Fran cis Mather, and William Henry Daw son, £5187; David Murfett to Alice Maria Murfett, £1000; and Sarah Ann Cole to Springfield Cole, £11.