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FEDERAL RIFLE TEAM. MODE OF SELECTION. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
FEDERAL RIFLE TEAM. MODE OF SELECTION. SYDNEY, Tuesday. In reference to the proposal to send a federal rifle team to England, the Premier does not agree with the idea that a competition should take place among riflemen frolm all the colonies for piaces in the team I He rather favours the idea of each colony sending a good number of representatives to England, as in the event of a test match between the colonies some of them might not be represented.
BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
BUBONIC PLAGUE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. An unollicial cable from. Noumen states that four additional cases of bu bonic plague have been reported. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. At the ordinary moeting of the Board of Public Health Dr. Gresswell, chair man,announced that in addition to hav ing ordered a suipply of bubonic plague vaccine he had recomnmended the Minis, ter of Public Health (Mr. Outtrim) to secure copies of the ruies and regula tions, also lanws passed by the Indian Government, dealing with the outbreak of bubonic plague. The Minister had adopted the recommendation.
CRICKET. CONSULT A. W. BIRCHALL AND SONS FOR CRICKET MATERIAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. N.S.W. FIRST INNINGS, 214. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
CRICKET. CONSULT A. W. 13IRTICALL AND SONS FOR CRICKET MATERIAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES. * N.S.W. FIRST INNINGS, 214. SYDNEY, Tuesday. The cricket match South Australia V. New South Wales commenced to-day. 'The weather was fine, but the wicket doubtful. Darling won the toss and sent the locals to the wicket. Their innings occupied 3h. 27min., and yielded 21i runs. Scores: NEW SOUTH WALES. First Innings. Trumper, lbw, b Giffen ............... 45 Iredale, run. out ..................... 31 Gregory, c Giffen, b Jones ........... 5 Hopkins, b Jones ....................13 Donnan, c Hill, b Giffen ..............9 M'Kenzie, et A. II., Jarvis, b Giffen' .. 0 Noble, c A. IH. Jarvis, b Giffen. . 13 Farquhar, c Hugo, b Giffen ......... 7 Pye, a sub., b Jones ................. 23 Kelly,.c Stuart, b Jarvis................ `40 Howell, not out ....................... 2 Sundries ........................... 26 Total .......................... 214 Bowling Analysis.-Jarvis, one for 27; Hugo...
NEW BROTHERS' HOME. VISIT OF DIRECTORS. A LARGE WATER-RACE TO BE CONSTRUCTED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
NEW BR OTUE S' 1HO1E. VISIT OF DIRECTORS. A LARGE WATER-RACE TO BE CON STRUCTED. Mr. A. Joske (chairman) and Dr. Soil leux, directors of the New Brothers' Home Tin Mining Company, returned to Laun ceston yesterday from a visit to the mine, at Derby. In conversation with an "Examiner" re presentative, they expressed themselves highly pleased with the work done by Mr. Campbell, the mine manager, who was pushing ahead with the scheme formulated by Mr. M'Kenzie, 0.1. They Instructed Mr. Donald Fraser, the local surveyor, to make the necessary survey at once for the new water-race from the Ringarooma River, and which will be about 20 miles in length, giving a power of 25 head of water. The directors inspected the river at the intake, and feel confident that they will have ample water for all purposes. A new stripping-race is being constructed, and altogether the prospects of the mine are very encouraging. The party also visited the Briseis mine and Messrs. Krushka's property, and re ceiv...
FIRES IN THE MIDLANDS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
FIRES IN THE MIDLANDS. (To the Editor.) Sir,-It has been my painful duty to report seven fires in the Midland districts. If you will allow me a little space I would like to ask a question or two relative to these originating from the railway. From -that cause the pastoralist and the small landowner alike are in jeopardy at this season of the year; therefore-(l) Are all precautions taken by the locomotive su perintendent to prevent the fire coming from the side or bottom or fronm the funnel of the engine? I feel sure, from the developments of the last month, there Is a serious defect somewhere, and the sooner a closer study is given to the sub ject the better. It means ruin or heavy loss to those situated near the line, and from what I can learn there is no redress. In the vicinity of Campbell Town alone two small landholders have had nearly all their winter's grass burnt, which is not a small matter to them, to say nothing of the large pastoralists, who are also heavy losers. It mea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
CHEAP CASH SALE. Gents' Balmorals, 6/6, 7/6, 8/6. Gents' Goloshed Lace, 4/9, 6/6, 5/6. Men's Krp Watertights, 6/-, 7/6. Gents' Shoes, tan or black, 4/9, 6/6. Men's Bluchers (stout soles), 4/6, 4/9, 3/11. Sand Shoes. 3/-, 3/6. Youths' Kip Boots, 3/6, 4/6. Maids' Kip Boots, 4/6, 4/11. Ladies' Canvas Shoes, 1/11, 2/11. Ladies' Shoes, 3/6, 3/11, 4/6. Ladiee' High Lace Boots (stout soles), 4/0. Ladles' Kid E.S., 3/9, 4/0, 5/6. Ladies' Court Shoes, 1/3, 1/10. Ladies' Two-Bar Shoes, 4/6, 4/11. Boys' and Girls' Kip High-legged Boots, 7 to 9, 2/9, 2/11, 3/3. Boys' and Girls' Kip High-legged Boots, 10 to 13, 3/6, 3/1L Babies' Boots and Shoes, from 6d. 500 Pairs Slippers Men's and Women's, from 10d. T. W. STANWIX, CORNER YORK AND CHARLES STS. OoA1ISB1JRY'S FOUNDRY CO., LUINING MrARINU, 'ANDS GENEILAf IMQNGI9. INSOCK-ENGIN 8, *JILUIWS. MINING MACHI2Th3Y P M REQUISITIES WOR STEAJA USERS. LAX2JNCESTON1. Braci AUl A LITTLE Refreshing! O ONDY'S FLWID Invigorating ' " TO youR BATH. The Strengthening...
MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE. .H-I. Block 10, £5 13s. British Broken, 133 41d. Proprietary, 43s Gd. North Junction, 8s. North Broken, 13s 3d. Mount Lyell, £8 11s, £8 12s, £8 11s. Mount Lyell Blocks, 12s, 11s 3d. North Mount Lyell, 60s. Crown Lyell, 3s. Prince Lyell, 3d. Royal Tharsis, 3s 3d. South Tharsis, Is 4d. Western Tharsis, 1s id, is. New Brothers' Home No. 1, 7s. Chillagoe R.M., 20s Gd, 27s. Associated Gold Mines, £6 5s. Great Boulder, 34s 33s Gd, 34s. Hannan's 45, Os Id, 7s Sd. Ivanhoe, £13 is, £13 2s. South Kal gurlie, Ss, 85s. Beehive and German Consolidated (paid), 12s. South German, £6 15s, £6 14s. ELAT JONES' IXL JAMS.*
EAST HERCULES COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
EAST H ERCULES COMPANY. An extraordinary meeting of shareholders in the East Hercules Mining Company, presided over by Mr. W. F. Petterd, was held yesterday afternoon at the office of Mr. M. Stackhouse, legal manager. A resolution was passed authorising the directors to dispose of the forfeited shares in whatever way they deemed best.
MINING INTELLIGENCE STOCK & SHAREBROKERS. R. F. IRVINE, MINING AGENT AND SHAREBROKER. Special Attention Investment Stocks. EDWIN WALLER, Stock and Share Broker. Reliable and Prompt Advice. Exchange B'd'gs, St. John-st., Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
MINING INTELLIGENCE STOCK & SHIAREBROKERS. R. F. IRVINE, MINING AGENT AND SHAREBROKER. Special Attention Investment Stocks. EDWIN WALLEIt, Stock and Share Broker. Reliable and Prompt Advice. lExchange B'd'gs, St. John-st., Launceston. The local quotation for tin ore is 18s per unit. I (!4 The steamer Warrenntinna arrived from Hobart yesterday with 189 bags of tin ore. Among the principal brands were-11 JO, 44 ATC, 84 Anchor, 3 LTM, 15 Thureau, 7 AB. Among the cargo of, the steamer Coogee for Melbourne yesterday was 31,4 tons or tin, valued at £380, shipped by Mr. R. Gardner. The steamer Wakatipu took to Sydney yesterday, among other cargo, 22 tons; of tin, valued at £2420, forwarded by Mr. R. Gardner; and 1 ton of tin, valued at £116 10s, shipped by the Mount Bischoff Company. A special meeting of shareholders in the Rex Hill Tribute Association will be held on Wednesday next at 8 p.in. at the office to form a new company.
A GOOD REMEDY FOR WEAK LUNGS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
A GOOD REMEDY FOR WEAK LUNGS. Miss C. Donovan, Stanger, Natal, says:-"I used to have very severe coughs and colds, and at times would ..cough up some blood, but since I have 'been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I have not had any such se vere attacks, and think that this medi cine has made my lungs stronger. It ,is astonishing how soon this medicine relieves a cough. I always keep a -bottle of it in the house." For sale by all dealers. Large size 3s, small 1s Gd. Hatton and Laws, wholesale ;agents, Launceston.*-2. EAAT JONES' IXL JAMS.*
KENTISH ROAD TRUST. SHEFFIELD, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
RENTISH ROAD TRUST. 7' SHE1IF iEL:D, Monday. The monthly meeting of the Kentish Road Trust was held at the Oddfellows' Hall, on Saturday, when all the mem bers were present. The secretary reported that the local inspector of roads had been instructed to spend £10 on the road to the Shep herd and Murphy mine, over which a Jot of machinery was being carted. An objection to closing Eagling's -road was iccelved from the Bishop, but the resolution ,of lost meeting to close the road was adhered to. Mr. Jones (chairman) suggested a slight alteration in the specifications on Butler's contract. The trust after wards visited the work at Husband's Hill, and agreed to the alteration. The secretary tabled a return which is to be sent to the Lands and Works Department, showing the mileage of roads in the district, and the annual value of property, which would produce 'X250 at the rate of one shilling in the pound. It was decided to hold the next two meetings in thei evening, as being more conveni...
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
INDEX TO ADTERTISEMENTS Amusements 7. Auction Sales .................. 8 Births, Marriages, Deaths ..... 1 Business Notices ................ 8 Educational .................... 8 Florists and Seedsmen ......... 1 Government .................... 8 Hotels ... ................ 7 Houses and Land ............... 8 Insurance Companies ........... 8 M ining ......................... 8 Money .........................8 Miscellaneous .................. 1 Medical ........................8 Notices .......................... 7' Popular Column ................ 8 Professional Column ........... 7 Shipping ....................... I Sporting ......................... 8 Tenders .............. 8 Wool and Produce 8
MINISTERS ON TOUR. WYNYARD, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
MINISTERS ON TOUR. WYNYARD, Tuesday. The members of the Ministry on tour reached here' this afternoon on the re turn trip. Deputations were introduced by Mr. C. J.. Mackenzie, M.H.A., re railway, extension, a subject that was spoken to by Messrs. Mackenzie and Quiggin. The question was fully dis cussed, and Mr. Back's report, which was read, was very favourable. The Minister spokes hopefully, but said the Cabinet had not yet considlered rail way matters. He promised to lay the question before the Government at once. The state of the roads was also dealt with. Thet Minister pointed out that by the new act passed last session local bodies had full Dower to prohibit traction engines, etc., or to. hold owners liable., for damage done. Ministers were thanked for their visit, and the deputa tion withdraw. The party procesded to Burnie immediately.
BURNED OUT. HOBART, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 10 January 1900
BURNED OUT. HOBART, Tuesday. The Chief Secretary has received a wire from Captain De Hoghton, stating that a man named. Baker and family were burned out on Sunday night at Dromedary, and recommending that tents and provisions be sent to the sufferers. The Chief Secretary has had tents and blankets forwarded, and has instructed Mr. Seager to make. asrrange ments with a local storekeeper to sup ply provisions.