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COUNTRY NEWS. DERBY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) DERBY, Tuesday. A sad accident occurred here at 7.30 p.m. yesterday by which a young woman, aged about. 33 years, daughter, of Mr. James Crichton, lost her life. Its is said the young lady was subject to fits, and at about the hour mentioned went to get a bucket of water from a shallow water hole. She must have been seized with illness while in the act of dipping for the water, as a young brother found her drowned in about six inches of water. Only a few minutes had elapsed between the time she was seen going for the water and when the boy discovered her body. Dr. Von See was sent for, but life was extinct. Al coronial enquiry will be held to-mor row. Much sympathy is expressed for the bereaved family, who are old and most respected residents of this dis trict.. We have suffered al1 the pangs of the recent heat wave, but we are now en joying a splendid' downpour of rain. It 'commenced about four this morning, and has rained continuously a...

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

MANAGERS' REPORTS, British Mount Reid, West Coast, Dec. 30 -During the past week work has been confined to removing overburden from hanging-wall 'side of lode, and sending out gossau from No. 0 bench. Have delivered GO tons of gossan into ore bins; expect to have balance of sulphide now in bins at railway station, forwarded to smelters, early next week. Will then commence sending gossan to smelters. North Magnet Silver, Waratah, January G -Since the holidays No. 1 level has been extended south from adit 7ft., total 31ft. Lode showing same as last reported. Air shaft sunk 4ft., total 41ft. from, the brace. The shaft is now going down on the foot, wall of the lode, and is now in hard man. ganese and iron gossan. No. 2 adit-Face advanced to 135ft. Country making % little water; otherwise unchanged. W. Pitt and party's tender for driving this os contract under consideration. Tasmania, Beaconslfeld, Jan. 10-During the past week the following work has been done:-Work has been resumed in t...

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STOCK AND SHARE MARKETS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10. Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

81'OCK AND ) Sir ARH. i R1A I KlA I{ ITS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10. Sales. Launceston Stock Exchange.-Gold--New Monarch, 2s 11d, 2s 10%d, 2s 10d, 2s 10%d, 2s 10d (cloven sales); Mabel, 10d (threc sales. Miscellaneous..-North Tasmanian Copper, 1s 6%d; Hercules, 16s 3d. Tin, Ringarooma Dredging, 2s 3d. City Stock Exchange. - Gold - New Monarch, 3s, 2s 10%d, 2s 10d. Miscel laneous-Western Tharsis, is id. Tin Mussel Roe, 1%d. Closing Quotations. Launc'st'n City I Hobart Stock I Stock Stock IExchange.jExchange. Exchange. lB. S. jE aB. I 8 ._ Gold. I Federal.. - - - /1 - - Iipnkin . - - G0/ 67/6 - Hickson .- - - - - 3/ L. Wond'r /3 /3 % -/ Mabel ... /10 /11 /9 1/ - Do. Pd. 1/5 1/7 - - - Moonlig't /3 - /3 /41/. - N. P'fore 1/11 2/6 1/11 - 3/ N. Mon'h 2/10 2/10 2/9% 2/10 2/8 - Tasm'nia 102/6 - 110/ 100/ 110/ A. West 1/6 2/S 1/S - - - Do. pd. - - 2/3 - - - North .. /9% 1/4 - - - - W. Ext. - 1/6 - - - - Volunt'r . - - /2 /4 /1 - White Pinafore 1/10 2/3 1/6 2/4 - Do. pd. 2/ 2/6 1/9 2/6 - Silver. B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

Shipping UNION LINE OF STEAMERS LAUNCESTON TO MELBOURNE. *PAT3ENA 'Thurs. Jan. 11. | 9 a.m. PATEL NA I Tues. I Jan. 16. 1 2 p.m. *The tender Centennial will leave the ,wharf at 2 p.m. to convey passengers to I -Rosevears free of charge.______ MELBOURNE TO LAUNCESTON. PATEENA Sat. I Jan. 13. I 3 p.m. PATEENA Thurs. J Jan. 18. I 4 p.m. Return tickets available for six months, -and for_ return. by Coogee If required. LAUNOESTON TO STRAHAN. WARIEATEA f Thurs. Jan. 11. 1 9 a.m. - WAREATEA I Mon. I Jan. 15. LAUNCESTON TO SYDNEY. WAKATIPU Fri. I Jan. 19.. I HOBART TO SYDNEY. OONAH I Tucs. I Jan. 16. HOBART TO NEW ZEALAND PORTS. MONOWAI I Fri. I Jan. 12. I Passengers booked to all Australian and New Zealand ports. -HUDDART, PARKER, & CO.'S LINE. - LAUNCESTON TO MELBOURNE. S.S. 0000EE From LAUNCESTONIFroma MELBOURNEi -Sat., Jan. 13, 2 p.m. Thur., Jan. 11, 3 p.m. Thurs.,Jan. 18,2 p.m. I Tues.,Jan. 16, 3 p.m. Return tickets available for six months, and for return by Pateena if require...

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

NEWS IN BRIEF. Electric lighting going ahead at Zee han. One thousand rebels garrison Dor drecht. Tin, quoted at London at £112; mar ket firmn A little girl is missing from her home at Perth. Progress committee to be formed at Rosebery. The Queen congratulated Sir George White and troops. 2643 shillings to the credit of our "Tommy Atkins" fund. Wheat strong in Melbourne at 2s 8ci to 2s 9c. Potatoes 25s. The Boers fired on the Free Staters surrendering at Armndel. The Government has accepted 250 mounted Indian volunteers. The Doers are being reinforced in the neighbourhood of Colesberg. General Joubert held a great council before attacking Ladysmith. Mount Lyells sold in Melbourne yes terday at £8 12s and £8 13s. Lively proceedings at Frenantle arising out of the railway strike. Thirty thousand Boers are needed to defend the Modder entrenchmen.ts. 'Tvwenty-six visitors took advantage of the tourist cab drives yesterday. Receipts at Town aHall lowards Im. penal patriotic fund total £6...

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OBJECT OF THE FUND. HOBART, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

OBJECT OF THE FUND. HOBART, Wednesday. In consequence of a rumour circu lated with regard to the disposal of the patriotic fund, the Chief Secretary asked the Premier to cable to the Agent-General and ascertain how the fund would be apportioned. The Pre mier cabled accordingly, and to-day the following reply was received:-"Refer ring to your telegram of the 8th inst., the fund is for the relief of widows and orphans, disabled so'diers and sailors, sick and wounded, wives and families, of which you choose. The Aghnts General suggest a fund for Federal Australian Telief, and purpose com municating with the Governments on *the subject."

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THE ROSEBERY DISTRICT. ROSEBERY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

THE ROSEBERY DISTRICT. ROSEBERY; Monday. Now that we are fairly launched on another year, those interested in the mines of this locality are wondering it 1900 is going to bring about the long looked for inauguration of progressive operations on the complex ores of the field. For a couple of years now those with local interests have been living in a state of indefinite exicc tancy, waiting, in fact, like Micawber, for something to "turn up." What is hoped for is a .prefect solution of the problem that is presented by the econo mical treatment of the zinciferous ores of the district, for there exists no doubt whatever of the quality and quantity of the ore available, the whole question being the comprehensive extraction of the metallic contents by a workable process. The different scientific inves tigations that are being carried oh in various parts of the world would ap pear to be approaching a practicable stage, judging from the information ibat from time to, time reaches us, and co...

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NORTH-EASTERN TIN MINES. DERBY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

NORTHl-EASTE N TIN MINES. DERBY, Monday. Mr. H. W. Ferd. Kayser, the general manager of the Briceis tin mine, has been here for a few days in connection with the future operations of the com pany. He has now gone to Victoria, and expects to return in about a fort night's time with some of the directors. The directors of the New No. 1 Brothers' Home have visited the mine.

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MAFEKING. CAPTURE OF A BOER FORT. AN IRON MESSENGER. MAFEKING, via BEIRA and DELAGOA BAY, Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

l3AYEDIING. CAPTURE OF A BOER FORT. AN IRON MESSENGER. M\AFEKING, via BEIRA and' DIELAGOA BAY, Dec. 6. Since my last despatch, dated De ccnber 3, no material alterations have taken place in our strategic positions or those of the enemy. The Bechu analand Rifles, commanded by Captain Cowan, have won the honour of oc cupying and dismantling the first outlying fort taken from the enemy. This-was accomplished, as described in my last despatch, by means of counter sapping and trenches, and was com mended ifi a general order by the` colonel commanding. To the south east of the town detachments of the Protectorate Regiment, under Captain Lord Bentinck and Captain Fitzclar once, have been pushing out towards the position from. which the enemy fires his siege gun, and sharp engagements between the sharpshooters on either side take place daily, morning and evening. The enemy's 1-pound Maxim Nordenfeldt is able to reach the lower part of the tow-n, but it would seem that as they have been so b...

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THE VALDARES. ZEEHAN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

THE VALDARES. ZIEEAN, Wednesday . The Valdares' Specialty Company opened to a large house at the Gaiety to-nizht.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

DIRECT IMPORTS . .. OF CORSETS... AT M'KAY, SAMPSON, & W'KINLAY'S. Among the many choice Corsets we have stocked we would draw special attention to the following: CLIO-Th fawn, good shape, well boned and durable, 3/6. C.B. OXFORD-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. C.B. BALTIMORE-In black, gold stitch ing, a good shape, closely boned, and splendid wearing, 7/6. CHAMELEON-A good Corset for stout figures, corded hips, soft and com fortable, and very strong, 7/9. BEST FRENCH SEWN CORSET-Nicely boned, a good wearing Corset, easy and comfortable, 8/6. C.B. CHALLENGE--A lovely Corset, and ensur...

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DELORAINE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

DE ORAINTE ¶IMPRYO EMEN'T ASSOCIATION. A committee meeting was held at M'Gowan's hotel on Friday evening last, Mr. C. J. L. Smith in the chair, Messrs. II. H. Freeman, A. S. Douglas, James Scott, John Napper, Charles Dunham, and R. W. M'Gowan, lion. secretary, being present. The chairman reported having in spected the new deviation on lake road from Pine Lake to the accommo dation house in company with Messrs. Douglas and Mapper. The new road, on which men were now engaged, would shorten the distance by two miler. Mr. -Freeman proposed, and Mr. Slater sseonded-"That Ml', M'oIowan be em-powered to have the track to Westmoreland Falls improved."-Car .ried. Mr. Freeman suggested that some attention be given to the Lobster Falls, and it was resolved that the chairman and Messrs. Freeman, Slater, and B. Smith insect and report. Mr. Scott said the Liffey Falls, ofl the mountain track to the Great Lake, wore worth looking to, also the Thirty Rocks, near the Bluff road. The chairman, Messrs...

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SECOND FEDERAL CONTINGENT. TASMANIAN UNIT. HOBART, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

SECOND FEDERAL CONTINGENT. TASMANIAN UNIT. HOBART, Wednesday. SIt has been decided that the second Tasmanian unit will leave Hobart on Thursday, the 18th inst., for Melbourne, via Launceston, en route for South Africa. This afternoon the men pro ceeded to the rifle range at Sandy Bay, where they were engaged at field training, under command of Colonel Wallack. The Commandant, who arranged the programme, was also pre sent. MELBOURNE, Wedhnesday. Hon. J. R. Dickson, Acting Premier of Queensland', telegrapliedi to-day as fol lows to the Premier of Victoria: "Brisb'ane,January 10-This Govern ment is strongly of opinion the total number of troopslent by the Australian colonies and New Zealand for service in South Africa should be increased to 5000. We are prepared at once to pro vide for the enrolment of our propor tion on the population, basis the addi tional troops required to make up this total. I shall be glad to learn at your earliest convenience whether you con cur in the view held...

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KING ISLAND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

RINtG ISLAND SPORTS. Although the weather was extremely hot a most enjoyable day was spent at the annual races on New Year's Day, the meeting being attended by nearly overy one of the settlers. Great interest was evinced in the racing, and t1ie universal ver dict was that this meet 10as proved the most successful one held on the island. The secretary of the K.I. Rac ing Club, Mr. F. I. Robinson, was, as usual, indefatigablea in his exertions to make the proceedings go. with a vim, and was thoroughly successful. In the evening the customary ball was held in the Public Hall, and, like the races, was well patronised. In the ab sence of. Mr. Geo. P. Huxley, the pre sidesit, Mr. Geo. E. Robinson presented the various prizes won at the meeting. Appended are the results: DERBY.-One mile. A. Johnston's b f Magic, 3yrs, 10.0 (W. Blake) . .......................... 1 H. Scott's b f Violet. (H. Heating)...... 2 Other starters-Minx, Pebble, Emperor. Time, 1min. 50sec. TROTTING RACE.-Two miles. ...

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A LADY-IN-WAITING. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

A LADY-IN-WAITING. SYDNEY, Wednesday. A young woman paid a visit, to Go vernment House to-day and generally took possession, saying sbe was a lady in-waiting to the Queen. She was promptly removed to a lunatic asylum.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

~TEA ABOUEY PURE * iN TINS. PULL Wir1GWI 01 OT5A GU&4RATIITW. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ARCHITECTS, Etc. A. HAROLD MASTERS-Architect., etc., A.M.P. Ohambers, Cameron-street. AUCTIONEERS. R. W. MACKENZIE. 59 George-street, sell ing Stock, Stations, Farms, etc. BOOT WAREHOUSE. T. BOYD, Glasgow House, 143 Charles-r, Large stock kept. BAKER. W. INNOCENT, Baker, Pastrycook, and Confectioner, 75 Wellington Road. BREWERS. J. BOAG AND SON-Esk Brewery. SCOTT AND GRIFFITHS-Tamar Brewery BUILDERS. J. T. FARMILO, Timber Merchant and Builder, Steam Saw and Moulding Mills BUTCHERS. DAVID REES-Cheap Cash Butcher, 110 Wellington-street. G. KING AND SON, Butchers. 119 Charles street. J. HARRIS, Wholesale and Retail Butcher, 50 George-st. and 279 BrIsbane-st. CARPENTERS. E. PEACOCK, Stair Builder and Joiner. Repairs. 111 Charles-street. CORDIAL MANUFACTURER. GEO. P. MILSOM, Mineral Waters, Hop Beer, Cordials, best quality, low't price. COFFEE PALACE. METROPOLE COFFEE PALACE, Bris bane-st. Sam. Sutt...

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TIDINGS OF THE WAR. FROM THE LATEST CAPE PAPERS. HOTBED OF INTRIGUE. CONTINENTAL GANG AT DELAGOA AN ANTI-BRITISH TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

TIDINGS OF THE WAR. FROM THE LATEST CAPE PAPERS. HOTBED OF INTRIGUE. CONTINENTAL GANG AT DELAGOA AN ANTI-BRITISH TOWN. The town of Lourenco- Marques (says a correspondent of the "Cape Times") for some time past has been chosen as the head centre of the Transvaal Secret Service. The spies and informers of that notorious gang come and go with all1 the liberty, -swagger, and self-as- - surance as if they were in the suburbs of Pretoria. Delagoa Bay is a so called neutral port, with a daily train and postal service direct to Pretoria and Johannesburg. There is also a tele graph service; which apparently is at the command of Mr. Pott, the Trans vaal Consul-General and Consul for. Netherlands and Free State. It has been said that the Transvaal Consul General has a secret service wire di rectly communicating Lourenco Mar ques with Komatie Poort, and it is well known in Delagoa Bay that Mr. Pott, is possessed of the most reliable infor mation of Boer "successes" many hours earlier than any ...

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SIVEWRIGHT'S AMBULANCE. FOR PRETORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

SIVEWRIGI{T'S AMBULANCE. FOR PRETORIA. An ambulance party for the assist ance of the Boers left the Caledonian Station, Edinburgh, on Saturday night (says the "Scotsman" of November 20) by the 10.50 train for London, and they will embark on the Moravian for South Africa.. The Edinburgh party con sisted of Dr. Neethling, at one time a prominent Edinburgh University foot ball player; a nurse, Mrs. Bamford, a sister-in-law of Mr. Esselen, formerly Judge-Advocate) of the Transvaal, and an old Edinburgh student; and seven medical students, Messrs. A. W. Hau man, son of the minister at Riebeek Kasteel; J. P. du Toit, of Hope Town; J. H. van Zigh, L. Fourie, J. Schoeman, Z. Luther, and C. T. Moller. Before embarking they will be joined by Dr. and Mrs. Gray, of Aberdeen, and a medical student from Aberdeen, Mr. Allan Johnston. All those leaving Edinburgh are Cape Colony men and British subjects, and they expect to be able to return to their studies in time for the opening of the summer sess...

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The Examiner [PUBLISHED DAILY.] THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1900. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

[PUBLISHED DAILY.] THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1900. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents and contributors will oblige by not addressing matter for publication to individual members of our staff. Letters containing press matter should be sent to the Editor, or, if for our special columns, to those in charge of them, as, for instance, "Flamingo," "Pakeha," "Argus," etc. All business communications, including advertisements, should be addressed to the Business Manager. M. Bauld.-Your lines having already ap peared in another journal, we do not intend to insert them. The importance of opening up the mineral areas of the colony by means of tracks has been dwelt on in these columns on sundry occasions, and as a considerable sum is spent yearly on this woi'k it is desirable that the best value should be got for the expenditure. Unfortunately. this has not been the case in the past. No one has de nounced the practice of cutting "tracks to nowhere" more persistently than the member for WVaratah, .an...

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CURRENT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 11 January 1900

CUMRET TOPICS. Cl1amber of Commerce.-The monthly meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will beh.held ati 3.45 this afternoon in the Stock Exchange call-room. Northern Lane Society.-The annual meeting of the Northern Law Society of Tasmania will be held a, the office of the secretary (Mr. E. M. Law) to-mor row at 8 Din'. Courts of Revision.-Courts for the revision of the electoral rolls for Tamar and Westbury will be held at the Court House, Westbury, on 25th inst., at 10 ?.m. Arrested.-A young man was arrested yesterday afternoon on a charge of having broken a window, valued at 15s, at a house at the corner of William and Tamar streets. He will be brought up at the Police Court this morning. Reman.ded.-At the Police Court yesterday morning, before Messrs. Thos. Gunn and J. Stephenson, Js.P., two men, on remand from the 3rd inst., charged with being of unsound mind, were further remanded for one week. River Excursion.-The steamer Cen tennial ran a trip to Rosevears yester day afternoon ...

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