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NOTES ON THE CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
NOTES ON THE CABLES. (By Rhodesian.) The place of all others around which interest centres at the present moment is Ladysmith, and it is gratifying to learn, by heliographic message from Sir George White, that no anxiety is felt about being able to hold out. This message gives the idea that communi cations between that general and Sir Redvers Buller have resulted in the lat ter informing Sir George that he is un able to move until transport and artil lery reinforcements are received. Or it may be. in reply to, a question whether the garrison can hold out until Lord Roberts's arrival at Durban, which should be in about two or three days. It is curious that no intelli gence comes through of the .Boer move ments on withdrawing from Ladysmith, neither of the approximate losses on either side, These are points where the censorship of the press is needlessly used. What possible harm can even tuate by sending word of Boer move ments, and probable Boer losses at least, is dilficult to see, ...
WYNYARD V. BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
WYNYARD V. BURNIE. These teams met for the third time this season on the Wynyard ground, the match resulting in a win for the visitors by 107 runs on the first In nings. The chief feature of the match was the batting of R. H. Watson, who put together for Burnie the fine score of 114 without a chance. Scores: WYNYARD. First Innings. T. Bayley, c Watson, b Alderson .. 18 A. Weedon, b Alderson ......... 4 C. Bayley, run out ............... 2 C. Westbrook, b Evans .......... 2 J. Smith, c Heinrick, b Evans ...... 3 E. Stutterd, c Watson, b Harrison 13 G. Alexander, c Alderson, b Evans 12 J. L. Ferguson, not out ......... 21 E. Frimley, b Anderson .......... 21 G. Lowrie, b Watson ............ 0 A. Ternan, b Watson ............ 8 Sundries ...................... 8 Total .................... 112 Bowling Analysis.-Watson, two for 35; Alderson, three for 26; Evans, three for 23; C. Natwin, nil for 13; Iarrison, one for' 7. BURNIE. First Innings. R. H. Watson, c Weedon, b T. Bay ley ............
CYCLING. CITY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
CYCLINt_. CITY CLUB. A meeting of the committee of this club was held last night, when matters in connection with the Anniversary Day meeting were discussed. Mr. L. N. Brickhill was appointed acting hon. secretary. It will be seen in another column entries close to-morrow for all' cycling events. The footracing entries, which were extended from January 5, will also close to-morrow.
COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Friday. Wheat is strong at 2s Sd to 2s 9d. Sales in town cover 5500 bags at 2s 8/-d. Country business includes a parcel of 5000 bags at equivalent to 2s 914d at the ship's side. New flour has been. raised to £6 10s. Algerian oats are firmer and active; sales cover 6000 bags at 2s to 2s 11d. Chaff is scarce at 50s to 52s Gd; prime green wheaten, 55s. Potatoes, 25s. Onions are weaker at 40s fo 45s. ,
NOTHING EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
NOTHING EQUAL TO CHAMBER LAIN'S PAIN BALM. Richard Payne, of Tehachapi, Cali fornia, U.S.A., says:-"I have used Chamberlain's Pain Balm for the past five years, and for sprains, bruises, and rheumatism there is nothing equal to it. I think no family should keep house without this liniment. By do ing so they would save themselves many, an ache and pain." For sale by all dealers. Large size 3s, small is Gd. Hatton and Laws, wholesale agents, Launceston.*-4. Zoohan.-Dally copies of "Examiner" for sale at J. H.. Stevens, bookseller and news, agent, Main-street. .
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
Theoretically, the proper way to deal with the criminal is to put him out of the way of doing harm to his fellows-either by killing him or by shutting him up. Why should we set the habitual criminal free at the end of a few months or a few years after 'a given offence, when we know thnt - the first use he will make of his libsrty will be to commit some fresh outrage upon society?-J. F. Nisbet, in the "Human Machine." Germany, with an approximate population of 52,279,001, has at present over 1,300,000 sufferers from consumption, and, according to Professor Leyden's estimates, 170,000 die from the disease annually.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
Tf HE NEW CENTURY ALPHA HUMMING. BIRD CREAM SEPARATOR. This Machine has now a Skimming Capacity of 27gal. per hour (guaranteed), the price being still the same, £13. With the Increased power no Separator can com pare with it for Cheapness, and the finish is in the well-known manner of the Alpha T;val makers. Every "Alpha Laval" sent out by us is guaranteed, and there is no xr!bd to try and force our business by promising that you may return the plant it you do not like it. The "Alpha Laval" has never been beaten in competition by ally separator in existence. MUJRDOCH BROS.. 112 Collins-street, I obart; TASMANIAN DAIRY COMPANY, Sole Agents for Tasmania. WOLFE'8S _HNAPP8__ _ RICK COVEflTR ("FLAG" BRAND) ON HII:E OR FOR SALE. Acknowledged by all as the most reliable Rick Covers issued to Tasmanian farmers. ALSO. SUN BRAND Don dust, English Superphosphate, and other Manures. LAW, DUNCAN, AND CO., LAUNCESTON. NONE NEED TURN GREY Who wish to preserve colour of their hair. The remedy that ...
PATRIOTIC ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
PATRIOTIC ENTERTAINMENT. Active steps are being taken to emsure the success of the patriotic entertainment in the Albert Hall on Monday night. All mernbers and ex members of the defence force attending are asked to wear uniform, also retired or naval. men. The officers generally have signified their intention, of being present. Over 1000 tickets will be dis tributed throughout the city for sale to-day, and big results are anticipated. On Saturday the programme will bh fully dealt with in these columns, and a most enjoyable treat is certain.
MOVEMENT AT QUEENSTOWN. QUEENSTOWN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
MOVEMENT AT QUEENSTOWN. QUEENSTOWN, Wedne-day. On Friday night a public meoting,con vened by chairman of the Town Board, will be .held in Cairns's Hall on behalf of the patriotic fund. The Queenstown Band will assist. Mr. H. Forbes will sing "Soldiers of the Queen," the band playing full acomnpaniment. Late last night Messrs. W. H. Lewis and F. Robertson started collecting sub scriptions on behalf of the patriotic fund. The sum of £ 6 18s Gd was col lected, and a further sum of £5 to AUCKLAND, Wednesday. At a great patriotic meeting to-day £2266 was raised, making a total of £4229.
PATRIOTIC FUND AT ULVERSTONE. ULVERSTONE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
PATRIOTIC FUND AT ULVER-. STONE. ULVERSTONE, Wednesday. A public meeting was held, in the Town Hall last evening for the purpose of forming a patriotic fund. The meet ing was well attended, and Mr. A. Horsham (chairman of the locil Town Board) occupied the chair. Major H. G. Brown, commander of the 3rd Battalion, explained the object of the meeting, which was for the pur pose of raising funds for those injured, in the war, or for the people dependent on them, and it should be supported to the fullest extent. The best plan was to support a fund to help every, one 'who was on active service in South Africa. He was glad to see the whole matter had been made an Imperial one. He proposed that a branch of the Im peria.l Patriotic Mansion House fund be formed in Ijiverstone. Rev. R. J. de Coatlogon seconded the prolposition, and remarked that about'50 years ago a fund was started in Tas mania for the relief of those engaged in the Crimean War. About £26,000 was subscribed. He was of opinio...
CONCERT AT THE GORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
CONCERT AT THE GORGE. Arrangements had been made for a band concert at the Cataract CliTl Grounds last evening in aid of the Im perial patriotic fund. Rain, however, necessitated -a postponement till a future date, which will be notified in due course. Miss Fanny Tomes is now organising a concert at St. Helen's on behalf of the patriotic fund.
IMPERIAL PATRIOTIC FUND. RECEIPTS AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
IMPERIAL PATRIOTIC FUND. RECEIPTS AT THE TOWN. HALL. Already acknowledged ..... £617 7 10 Per "Examiner" (third amount) ................. 14 .3 3 Collecting card J. C. Genders ... £5 5 0 W. J. Genders ... 1 1 0 A. G. Genders ... 1 1 0 E. B. Genders ... 1 1 0 Employees of W. J. Genders .... 3 13 6- 12 1 6 Total ................ £643 12 7 As a result of the splendid patriotic meeting held in Melbourne on Monday night, at which £2333 19s 8d was sub scribed towards the Imperial patriotic (Mansion House) fund, a number of very generous donors have requested that the sums they contributed to the Victorian patriotic fund may bs trans ferred to the Lord Mayor's fund. Their subscriptions total £694 5s, and their addition to the newly-formed branch of the Imperial fund brought it up, as a result of Monday night's proceedings, to £3028. Our Longford correspondent is in formed that steps will shortly be taken to arrange for a local concert in aid of the patriotic fund.
WESTERN MINING. THE SALISBURY MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
WESTERN MIINLNG. THE SALISBURY MINB. (From our own Correspondent.) The following particulars have been supplied "your own" regarding this property: -Work was discontinued .on December 23 to allow those engaged the opportunity of participating in the sea son's festivities. Prior to this an im portant change in the procedure was inaugurated, namely, the pegging of four blocks along the line of No. 5 for mation under gold mining regulations. It may be presumed from the course adopted that the gold contents of this formation, which is quartz, have been favourable. Five lodes or formations are stated to have been found on the sections, and as the. ground has been made for economical mining, little difficulty should be found in carrying on develop mental work without the assistance of pumping machinery for some consider- I able time. The work done on N. 5, or the big pyrites lode, has been by seve ral trenches or open cuts across the formation. Of these No. 1, which is south and adjoining...
ST. AUBYN'S T.M. COMPANY. PROBABILITIES VERY GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
ST. AUBYN'S T.M. COMPANY. PROBABILITIES .VERY GOOD. A company is being formed to acquire from the St. Aubyn P.A. all their rights in 960 acres ,at Ben Lomond, the whole of which, more or less, is tin-bearing. The property is well situated aid within easy distance of the Avoca rail way station, and the vendors have been vigorously prospecting it for 12 months, and during that period have spent over £800. The property is specially favoured in regard to timber, water, etc. Water rights have been secured and the whole of the land taken up under lease, and the estimated quantity of alluvial tin-bearing wash prospected is 220,000 yards, valued at £50;000. There is a great quantity of similar ground not prospected, but tin-bearing. The new company is to have a capital of £7000, in 7000 shares of £1 each, of which 3000 will be issued to the vendors in payment for their rights, 1000 will be held in reserve for all shareholders, and 3000 are offered to the public upon easy terms. Mr. R. J. Sa...
NORTH MOUNT FARRELL. DEVONPORT, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
NORTH MOUNT FARRELL. DEVONPORT, Wednesday. The -manager of the North MIount Farrell Mining Company has received by post samples of galena (containing fahi ore) and pug from the lower level of the mine. The lode was struck after driving 240ft., principally through slack country. The average width is 5ft., of which 2ft. Is first-class ore. The above level isl120ft. below the surface level; and proves about 150ft. of backs. It is 140ft. north of the surface outcrop, and as the upper level has been driven 50ft. south, it proves the shoot of ore to be 190ft. long. Samples of this ore have been forwarded for assay, and the results will, he known in a few days. The company will now be in a position to put out 40 tons of ore per week, the value per ton being, according. to the last assay, ;£10 10s at the mine.
PYENGANA-MATHINNA TRACK. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
PYENGANA-MATHINNA TRACK. (To the Editor.) Sir,-This track having been thoroughly cleared and repaired, I think it only fair to our member, Mr. .T. G. Davies, who, I understand, ob tained a grant for this purpose, to men tion that the thanks of the whole community are due to him for enabling this charming bit of scenery to be easily accessible once more. I rode through on Sunday last, and certainly, never saw it so lovely before. It astonished and enchants all who see it, and we at this end are arranging for parties to take advantage of it during'the sum mer. We are still hoping that the Go vernment will eventually grant us the boon which we have so often asked, and which the requirements of. both dis tricts so greatly need, viz., a road to connect them. It will repay any who have the op portunity to travel many miles to visit the Columbia Falls, and take a peep at the surrounding district, which bhotography unfortunately altogether fails to depict.-Yours, etc., F. C. LOCK. Mathinna....
MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE. Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
MELBOURNE STOCK DXCHANGDE. Sales. Broken Hill Proprietary, 43s Gd. North Junction, 8S 4d. Sulphide Corporation, 14s Gd. Broken Hill, Block 10, £6 14s. Mount Lyell, £8 12s, £8 13s, £8 12s. Mount Lyell Blocks, 12s, 12s 3d. Colonel North, 2s. Great Lyell South, 10d. Lyell Pioneer Consols, Sd. Lyell Tharsis, 17s 3d. North Mount Lyell, 60s. Briseis, G7s, 65s. Brothers' Home No. 1, 7s. Waverley, 3s Gd. Chillagoe R.M., 26s 8d, 27s. Mount Garnet and Chillagoe, £10, £11. Asso ciated tGold Mines, £6 5s, £6. Great Boulder, 34s, 34s 3s. 33s, 34s. Ivanhoe, £13 is. Queen Margaret, 10s 3d. South German, £6 13s, £6 12s.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900
When; a man loses his memory he loses more than the word implies; there is much more in the thing called "memory" than we suspect. - Descartes placed the soul in the pineal gland; lie might have placed it with more advantage in the compartment of memory.-"Outlook." Over-population is an ever-looming danger, but it is not one of the questions rf the hour. It was in the past, and no doubt will be in the future; but "sufficient frr the day is the evil thereof." "Speaker."