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EXTON. EXTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

EXTON. EXTON, Tuesday. Present:-Messrs. T. Walker, I. Richardson, J. Garrett, C. G. Hall, and D. Burke. It was resolved that Mr. Garrett he empowered to employ labour to cut thel thistles on the road from Exton to O. maston bridge. Mr. R. Lowry made an application for an advance of £8 upon his contract for 150 yards of 2in. metal for the main road, which was granted. Accounts amounting to £11 18s 3d Were passed for payment.

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
EVANDALE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

EVANDALE POLICE COUIR'T. On Tuesday, before the Warden (Mr. J. B. Gibson), Hon. W. Hartuoll, and Dr. Johnson, Js.P., a mhn was fined 4s and 7s 6d cons for having allowed cattle to stray on'the streets.-A de fendant for driving without lights was fined 5s, costs. remitted.-At this stage Mr; T. Perkins, J.P., took a seat on the bench, and William Gibson was charged by Henry Ecles with having assaulted him at Lymington on Boxing. Day by striking hinm with his fist. He pleaded guilty under provocation, but the bench not being satisfied with the provocation imposed a fine of £5 and costs.

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ROAD TRUSTS. SCOTTSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

ROAD TRUSTS. SCOTTSDALE. On., Saturday the monthly meeting of this 'ti'ust was held in the Masonic Hall, all the members being present, and Mr. A. James cccupied the chair. Owing to the wet day on the Decem ber meeting there were not enough members present to form a quorum, that being the first time for the past 10 years such a thing happened. A memo. from the Minister re the new road to Beattie and others was read, stating that thc survey had been done, and hoping that all difficulties re that road were now removed. Hon. R. S. Scott, M.L.C., sent the trust a copy of the amended causes in the traffic of heavy wagons, etc., and also a letter re votes for roads passed by Parliament. Mrs. Roberts, of Bella Vista, wrote ye the rough state of the Springfield Lebrina road, and asking that the worst portions might be blinded, with gravel. The secretary was authorised to ac knowledge the letter, and state that at the earliest opportunity' the overseer would visit the road, and; it necessary...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE ROSEBERY FIRE. FURTHER PARTICULARS. ROSEBERY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

THE ROSEBERY FIRE. FURTHER PARTICULARS. ROSEBERY, Monday. The terrible visitation of New Year's Day will long be remembered by resi dents of Rosebery for the anxious time that it engendered, and the loss that was incurred by those who were un fortunate enough to be deprived of homes and belongings. As I wired on Monday the fire originated in the vicinity of the Ernie Bay railway sta tion in the early part of the day, which was remarkable for the extreme heat of the sun. During the afternoon a brisk westerly breeze sprang up, and carried the fire rapidly towards the township, and by 2 o'clock the nlames were burning fiercely at the rear of the new assay oilice of the Tasmanian Copper Compahy, while the breeze was carrying the sparks directly on to the township, and for the time' the fate of the whole settlemgnt was imminently critical. Luckily, however, for the township the wind veered more to the north, and the danger for the business part of the township passed as the fire rushed w...

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MINISTERS ON TOUR. ROSEBERY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

MINISTERS ON TOUR. ROSEBERY, Wednesday. Hon. E. Mulcahy, Minister of Lands and Works, accompanied by Hon. F. W. Piesse, passcd an route to Zeehan to-day. A large and influential deputa tion waited on the Minister of Lands, and brought under his notice the desirableness of granting titles to householders on the present township. The lack of privacy at the telephone office, the establishment of a local court, and assistance to sufferers by bush fires were also dealt with by the deputation, and the 1M1inister promised consideration. A public ineeting is being held to-night to elect a progress committee to work in the interests of the settlemeiht. ZEJEI-TAN, Wednesday. Hon. Edward Mulcahy (Minister of Lands) and the I-Ion. r. W. - Piesso (Minister without portfolio) arrived at Zeehan to-night via the overland route. They intend remaining at Zeehan until Friday morning, when they proceed to Strahan and. Queenstown. Queenstown.-West Coast readers will find the latest news in the "Examiner...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ST. AUBYN'S MINE. MR. KAYSER'S REPORT. IMPORTANCE OF THE ALLUVIAL DEPOSITS: PROMISE OF QUICK RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

ST. AUBYN'S MINE. MR. I AYSER'S REPORT. IMPORTANCE OF THE ALLUVIAL DEPOSITS: PROMISE OF QUICK RETURNS. Mr. H. W. Ferd. Kayser, President of the Australasian Institute of Mining Engineers, and General Manager of the Mount Bischoff T.M. Company, has just completed a. report on the property of the St. Aubyn Prospecting Association, at Ben Lomond, Tasmania. . "Accompanied by Messrs. Barrett and Pinnington, we," writes Mr. Kayser, "left the city on the 13th inst., and reached the mine on the following Thursday early in the morning, so that we had two full days to look over the principal part of your property in the vicinity of the camp. To examine the whole of the ground, comprising 920 acres, would. take perhaps as many weeks, whlh at this time of the year would not be advisable on account of the climatic conditions." SITUATION. Mr. Kayser describes the property as situated on the south-west side of Ben Lomond, near Bateman's Look-out, and about 50 miles from the city. The mining camp i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PROSPECTUS OF THE ST. AUBYN TIN MINING COMPANY, NO LIABILITY. CAPITAL: £7000, IN 7000 SHARES OF £1 EACH. TO BE DEALT WITH AS FOLLOWS:— [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

PROSPECTUS OF THE ST. AJUBYN TIN MINING COMPANY, NO LIABILITY. CAPITAL: £7000, IN 7000 SHARES OF £1 EACH. TO BE DEALT WITH AS FOLLOWS: 3000 SHARES WILL BE ISSUED TO THE VENDORS IN PAYMENT FOR ALL THEIR RIGHTS IN 960 ACRES OF MINERAL LAND AT BEN LOMOND. 1000 SHARES TO BE HELD IN RESERVE FOR ALL SHAREHOLDERS. 9000 SHARES TO BE OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC UPON THE FOLLOWING THRMS:-5s PAYABLE ON APPLICATION, 5s AT TWO MONTHS, is AT FOUR MONTHS, AND THE BALANCE (5s) IN SIX MONTHS; THE PROCEEDS, LESS £500 AND FLOTATION EXPENSES, TO BE PLACED TO. THE CREDIT OF THE COMPANY. As soon as 1000 shares are applied for registration will be proceeded with, and the Company formed. Application for shares can be made to the following brokers: MESSRS. BAYLEY AND WALCH, Hobart. J. C. MACMICHAEL, Launceston. S. C. SADLER, Sydney. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS: P. BARRETT, ESQ., Launceston. H. W. FERD. KAYSER, ESQ., Manager Mount Bischoff T.M. Co., Reg. W. MARTIN, ESQ., Solicitor, Launceston. C. DEMPSTER, ESQ., Launces...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CITY ORGANIST. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

THE CITY ORGANIST. (To the Editor.) Sir,--I see by your report of the City Council's meeting. on M1onday last that Alderman Sadler drew attention to the fact that "we had a city organ ist and paid him a salary, and arrange ments ought to be made for recitals on Wednesday afternoons." I think everybody will agree. that such ,should be the case, and why this matter has not been looked into before I fail to understand. If I am informed correctly our city organist (in name virtually) has held that position for over eight years at a salary of £12 a year, and the frec use and monopoly of the organ for teaching his pupils, and their prac tice. The remuneration he has received for that length of time, viz., over eight years, roughly would be £100, exclu sive of the' monetary value for the use of the organ for teaching his pupils and their practice. If I remember rightly when that office was created he was to give recitals at intervals, similar to those given in the other colonies, and I sho...

Publication Title: Examiner
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COASTERS—OUTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

COASTERS-OUTWARD. Jan. 9-Trium.rh, kt., 24 tons, A. Plum P mer, for West Devonport. Cargo-Bricks. Jan. 10-Star, 8., S5 tons, J. Chapman, master, for the Straits islands via Booby alla. Passengers, six. Cargo-General.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

WE' ARE DIRECT I1PORTERS. Our Customers have not to pay toll to Merchants and Banks. eper~ em We have just opened some goods that will be an object lesson to buyers who are caught by clap-trap and extravagantly. worded advertisements. For examplo, in our CLOTHING BE ? AR TENT We have opened several cases of Mein's Mole Trousers, at 3/11. per pale, worth 4/9. Boys' Molo Knickers, size 1 to 6, price 1/G to 2/-, fully 25 per cant. below usual price. BOYS' TWEED KNICKER SU IJTh, Size 1 to 5, 3/11 to 5/11. This is a job line worth twice the money. Men's Tweed Trousers, 5/11 to 9/6, special value. Boys' Sailor Suits, made of fast dye coating serge, size 0 to 10. These are made to our order, and will be found a real hard wear suit. Men's Scotch Tweed Suits, 17/6 to 25/-. AMen's Navy Serge Suits, 25/- to 30/-. Men's Vicuna Coat and Vest, 21/-. Equal to tailor-made. Men's Dust Coats and Alpaca Sacs. JMERL(ERY DEPAR1THENT. Men's Tennis Shirts, 3/6 to 5/6. Men's Tunic Shirts, 5/6 to 7/6. Men's...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

IMPORTS. Jan. 10-Pateena, s., from Melbourne. 20 ess cordials, 17 pcs timber, 15 wickered bottles, 46 bags twine, 10 cas castor oil, 104 ess whisky, 24 steel castings, 130 ess fruit, 21 ess ale, 30 ess wax, 1120 bags sugar, 70 crates acid, and sundries.

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THE SHIP POONAH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

THE SHIP POONAH. This large German vessel arrived at Mel bourne on Monday under Captain Zeplin, who reports having left Girgenti, laden with sulphur, on October 5. Two days later an exciting incident occurred. A heavy cea was running, when a seaman, named F. Misch, fell overboard. Life buoys were thrown, and the vessel put about, but such was thc severity of the weather that it was twos hours and a half before the man was picked.up. Sixteen days from starting the Mediterranean was cleared, and stormy conditions prevailed generally until making port.

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VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

VESSELS IN PORT. Pateena, Wareatea, and Warrentinna, stre.; Wybia, tug; Lemael, sch.; Triumph, Annie, and Welcome Home, kts.

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TOWN OF DORDRECHT. HELD BY REBELS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

TOWN' OF DJOU1t{ltEmr'. HELD BY REBELS. It was reported a few days ago from Sir W. F. Gatacre's headquarters at Sterkstroonb that the Boers ha-dl re occupied Dordrecht, which is east of Sterkstroom and north of the railway lino leading to the Indwe coal-fleld. After Sir W. F. Gatacre's reconnais sance north of Dordrecht the town was temporarily held by Montmorency's scouts, but they were subsequontly withdrawn and posted on the railway line between Sterkstroom and Indwe. Intelligence is now to hand. to the effect that 1000 rebels will garrison the toe'n.

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WESTERN FRONTIER. WORK OF THE COLONIALS. LONDON, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

WESTERN FRONTIER. WORK OF THE COLONIALS. `LONDON. Jan. 9. The activity of the Queenslanders and Canadians in the neighbourhood of Belmont has greatly disconcerted the Gelety. A large belt of country running across the Freed State border was occu pied by th6 Boers, but in consequence of the movements of the colonials it has now been abandoned.

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HOUSEHOLD SQUADRON. OPERATED ON THE EAST FLANK. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

HOUSEHOLD SQUADRON. OPERATED ON THE EAST PLANK. General French's Household Squad ron operated during Sunday on the eaet flank cf the enemy. The Boers withdrew in order to pro tect their communications with Nor val's Pont.

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NEW ZEALANDERS. A RISKY OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

NEW ZEALANDERS. A RISKY OFFER. When the New Zealanders were ap proaching Colesberg they offered to capture a big gun which the Boers hati mounted. in a good position. While admiring their pluck, however) General French declared the task was too risky.

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POSITION ON THE MODDER RIVER. THE BOER ENTRENCHMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

POSITION ON TI-E MODDER RIVEPR THE" BOER ENTRENCOMENTS. It is stated that 30,000 Boors are needed to dlefendt the entrenachments which they have made around Lord Methuen's position on the Modder River.

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MAGERSFONTEIN REVERSE. THE PLANS OF ATTACK. Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

MAGE~RSFONTEIN REVERSE.' THE PLANS OF ATTACK. Tan. 10. Several despatehes have been receive.1 by various newspapers from the war correspondents 'who were with Lord Mcthuen's force on the Modder River last mouth. These letters throw considernable light on the cables sent yesterday Intimating that the last words spoken by Major General A. G. Wauchaope were, "For God's sake, men, don't blame. me for this." They show that there was some difference between Lieutenant-General Lordi Methuen and General Waurhope regarding the plan of attack, which the latter was ordered to make on the south end of the kopje held by the Boers. General Wauchope, however, attempted to carry out his chief's instructions, with a very unhappy result. [An account of the incident was given in yesterday's issue.]

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THE SUNNYSIDE PRISONERS. ALL OF THEM REBELS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

THE SUNNYSIDE PRISON1ERS. ALL OF THEM REl3ELS. After the successful esigagement at Sunnyside on New Year's Day docu ments were found in the laager aban doned by the Boers incriminating many of the Dutch Cape Colonists of the Herbert district. The loyalty of many of these farmers iiaeld long been in droubt, and a list was obtained by Colonel Pilcher of the names of a great number of the farmers whose sons are serving with the Boer commandoes. It now transpires that all the prisoners taken at Sunnyside are Cape Colonists,and consequently rebels. They have now been sent down to Capetown to stand their trial for treason.

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