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DR. HERTZ-EXPELLED FROM THE RAND. PRETORIA, via LOURENCO MARQUES, Dec. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

DR. HERITZýEXPELLED FROM THE RAND. PRETORIA,.via LOURENCO MARQUES, Dec. 15. The Jewish Rabbi, Dr. Heitz, who was expelled from Johannesburg, has arrived. He states that he was given the option of retracting the speech made by him on-Jewish and Catholic disabilities at the Uitlander meeting in the Wanderers' Hall in July last. He was required to apologise publicly to the Government, which he refused to do.

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIRED OF THE WAR. FREE STATERS TRY TO ESCAPE. NAAUWPOORT, Dec. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

TIRED. OF THE WAR. FREE SJTATERS TRY TO ESCAPE. NAAUWPOORT, Dec. 9. Last night Adjutant Muller, of the Boer force, was taken vrisoner at Arun del. He had been hunting, and had a bhck strapped on his saddle. He roports that most of the Free Staters would like to withdraw from the fight ing. Some twenty or thirty had actu ally cleared, but were fetched back, fined £15 each, and sent into the laager.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

It is asserted that liquid air has twenty times the explosive force of dynamite. During "xperinmnts at Vienna in the firing of cannon, the l!-pid air was exploded by an electric spark, and the results were ex tremely satisfactory. No heat was devel oped in the guns, and the range of the pro jeci4les was much increased. ' Westbury.-If you want to know the latest market quotations or news, get tho "Examiner" from the local agent, Miss C. Glenn. EAT JONES' IXL JAMS.*

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DELORAINE AND THE PATRIOTIC FUND. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

DELORAINE AND THE PATRIOTIC FUND. To the Editor. Sir,-I would like to ask through your columns what are the people of Deloraino doing towards the above fund? Surely some of our public men are sufficiently loyal, and have "go" enough left, in them to take the neces sary steps that will at least show other "active" districts that we have at least "struck" camp, and are on our way to join them. In their noble work. I am sure a respectable sum could be raised in this 'district if only a meeting were announced; and from whom, may I ask, would it come more graciously than one or more of our public men. Wake up, then, wake up. The "re veille" has long since sounded, and there is yet much rough ground to cover ere we hear the welcome "tattoo." Hoping soon to hear our National Anthem and "Rule Britannia" at a crowded meeting in our Town Hall, I am, yours in anticipation, ERNIIST A. WOODBERRY. Deloraine, Jan. 8.

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MERSEY FRUIT BOARD. LATROBE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

MERSEY FI UIPT BOAIRD. LATROIE, Wednesday. The monthly meeting of the Mersey Fruit Board was held at Bramich'p hotel on Tuesday afternoon. Present Messrs. A. Boatwiright (chairman), J. D. Rawson, G. D. Inglis, J. T. Bramich, P. J. Douglas, and F. Oldaker (secre tary and inspector). ." The inspector read his monthly re part, which showed 139 infected orchards had been inspected, and. in most cases found in a very fair con dition for treatment during the sum mer. The number of defaulters in furnishing acreage returns had been reduced to 68. An application was read, fromn Mr. R. Bauld re destroying four stunted trees which were growing on the pro perty he had recently purchased, and asking that this land might be struck off the list of contributory orchards. It was resolved that if Mr. Bauld destroyed those trees at once his re quest be granted. The treasurer reported a balance in the bank of £9 Js. No applications were received for the post of assistant inspector, and it Was resolved ...

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GRAAFF-REINET VOLUNTEERS. INCLUDES A NEPHEW OF PRESIDENT STEYN. GRAAFF-REINET, Dec. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

GRAAFF-REINET VOLUNTEERS. INCLUDES A NEPHEW OF PRESI DENT STEYN. GRAAFF-REINET, Dec. 11. Twenty-six recruits have, been en listed here for service in Brabant's Horse, amongst whom are some well known names in the district. All are anxious to get to the front. A nephew of President Steyn is one of the most enthusiastic.

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LEARNING THE LESSON. A CHANGED CONDITION OF WARFARE. MODDER RIVER, Dec. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

LEARNING THE LESSON. A CHANGED CONDITION OF WAR FARE. MODDER RIVER, Dec. 17. It is becoming every day more ap n'arent that the art of war is rapidly changing under the new conditions, and the extreme length. of range of the modern rifle. At Magersfontein there was a heavy exchange of rifle fire at a range of 1200 yards, while the Boer trenches at Modder River commnnded the plain for a distance of 1600 yards It is therefore now admitted that to take a position by assault is a thing of the past, and it is estimated that a modern battle will last six days, where before it lasted a few hours. The prin ciple of the Boers in constructing trenches is always to have the front treach commanded by trenches in the rear, which always provide a safe re treat. The tronch at Magersfontein rather resembled an underground dwel ling than a trench. It is very deep and wide, casamated at intervals, which allow the concentration of the defenders at any given point without danger. The Boers are gradually...

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BASUTOLAND. O.F.S. CROPS A TOTAL FAILURE. MASERU, Dec. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

BASUTOLAND. O.F.S. CROPS A TOTAL FAILURE. MASSERU, Der. 9. Harvest operations are "now In .full swing, and prospects of a splendid crop are most encouraging. Basutoland is perfectly quiet. A large farmer in the Free State, who cleared a few days ago, when commandeered, is now in 1Mfaseru. He told me that.the mealie and Kallir corn crops in the Free State are a total failure, on account of a green grub eating what has been already sown, and the ground is too dry to plough, again. On account of the drought, the owners of farms are reaping their wheat, while some are away .on com mando. There will be an excellent wheat crop.

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WESTERN NEWS. QUEENSTOWN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

W1ES'I'ERN NEWS. QUIEENSTOWN, Wednesday. The band played popular airs and selections in Orr-street to-night, and were frequently a plauded.

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INLAND WIRES. HOBART, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

INLAND WIRES. (FROM OUR OWN. REPORTERlS.) HOBART, WTedne day. Steady rain has been falling during most of the day: No final action has yet been taken by the Cabinet in respect to the appointment of another Inspector of Schools.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

TEA ABSOLUTELY PURL. IN TINi2 FULL WEIGHT OF TU QUARANTlMD.

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QUEENSTOWN HOSPITAL. QUEENSTOWN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

QUEENSTI'{)WN !iOSPI'F'A L. QUEENSTOWN, Wednesday. At the monthly meeting of the hos pital comas ittea the iianeo committee reported that the receipts for the month amounted to £272 13s Gd and the expenditure £269 Gs 8d. The matron reported that twenty patients remained in the institution on Decem ber 31. Nurse Neal being reported to have given every saLisfaction, it was decided that she be asked to sign for her term as probationer, taking the late Nurse Idadden's place. It was decided "that the committee use its utmost en deavcurs to obtain from the Hon. E. Mulcahy an absolute promise to grant £1350 to enable the committee to com plete the southern ward." The commit tee came to this decision on account of the fact that unless these preparations were made there appeared every probl ability of being cramped for space, and that if nothing were done the Town Board and health authorities would probably slip in and take proceedings against-the committee for overcrowd ien.

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ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR ZEEHAN. ZEEHAN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

ELECTRIC 1,1(,I1T FOR ZEEH1AN. ZELlHI-AN, Wednesday. The Zeehan Electric Light and Power Company yesterday accepted a tender from the Brush Electrical Engineering Company, Limited, for the supply of engine and electric machinery of tieb latest type and construction. The Zee m1an company are reticulating the town, and will in the course of a few days commence to instal Jittings in the busT ness premises anda residences, many orders for which are already in hand.

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CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS. ZEEHAN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS. ZID I-LAN, Wednesday. The Town Board is expending about £500 In constructing Fowler and West wood streets, both of which up to the present have been almost in state of nature. About half the former is an thorised and Is being done by day labour, and Westwood-street is on con tract. Cood progress has been made during the fine weather, and when finished these works will prove a boon, to the inhabitants.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

WHIY.. EXAGGERATE! WHEN 'rHE PLAIN TRUTH IS STRONG ENOUGII. THED MERITS 0]' DEMPSTERS E PRINTS A'o so apparentt when youl come to handle the goods that they tell their own tale and are their own best advertisement. 2000yds. White Ground Prints, with stripes, checks, and figures, 30in., usual price 71d, clearing tat 5'/d. 41500yds. Black and Navy. Ground Prints, with stripes, spots, checks, and figures, 29n111., 3/11 doz. 2500yds. Light Prints, cambric finish, in stripes, figures, and floral designs, 301n., Gld yard. 13,500yds. Dark Prints, with navy and China blue grounds, with white and gold' figures, spots, stripes, and Iloral designo, 30in., 7'Ad. Highly-finished Best French Cambrics, 65 designs to select from, 32in., 1/- yard. WE' AIRE. SHOWING SOME; WONDERFUIL VALUES IN IANTLES. Black Chantilly Lace Mantles, 'Y-lengtU, trimmed satin ribbon and lace, 25/-. Stylish Black Lace Capes, %-length, yokes prettily trimmed jet and ribbon, 30/-. Elegant Black Silk Lace Mantles, trimmed ru...

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SEIZURE OF VESSELS. COMPENSATION ARRANGED. Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

SEIZURE OF VESSELS. COMPENSATION ARRANGED. Jan. 10. Great Britain has arranged to com pensate the owners of vezsels which have been stopped by the warships for examination as to the nature of the cargo. It must, however, he proved that the steamers have been unnecessarily de la ed.

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NO BRITISH REPRESENTATIVE WANTED AT PRETORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

NO BRITISH REIPRESENTATIVE WANTED AT PRETORIA. The President of the Transvaal Re public has again refused to recognise the American Consul as representative of any other nation than that of the United States. Herr Kruger added emphatically that no British representative was wanted at Pretoria.

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MUNITIONS OF WAR. A DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

MUNITIONS OF WAR. A DISCOVERY. It has transpired that in 1S9S the Airikander Bund secured the appoint ment of two examiners of Customs at Capetown. These, it is alleged, passed munitions of war through to the Transvaal with out asking any questions. - Both these men have since disap peared.

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FEELING IN GERMANY. THE INCIDENT UTILISED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

FEELING IN GERMANY. THE INCIDENT UTILISED. Advantage is being taken in Germany of the stoppage of German vessels lound to South Africa for examination by the British warships. . It is being utilised to promoto the project of doubling the German navy, and already the Reichstag's adhesion is assured. . Kaiser Willianm, telegraphing to the King of Wurtemberg, expresses the hops that the latest events would con vinco Germany of the necessity of a strong fleet to.protect her interests and honour on distant seas.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

COML1ERCIAL LONDON, Jan. 9. Wheat and Flour.-The quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is estimated at 1,780,000 quar ters, as against 1,620,000 quarters a fort night ago. The quantity afloat for the Continent is estimated at 785,000 quar ters, as against 760,000 quay ters a fort night ago. Wool.-The Antwerp market opened with animation, and half the catalogue offered sold at from 10 to 15 per cent. above the October rates. (For Intercolonial and Inland Wires sce Page 3.)

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