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COMMERCIAL. ROLPH AND YOUNG, Accountants and Trade Assignees, etc., A.M.P. Society Chambers. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
ROLPH AND YOUNG, Accountants and Trade Assignees, ete.. AIM.P., Society Chambers. The steamer Pateena took to Melbourne yesterday, among other cargo, 43 tons of wool, G tons of oats, 43 tons of straw, and 199 boxes .of butter. The s. Monowai has landed at Melbourne from New Zealand, among other cargo, 14,000 sacks of oats. On Wednesday night the s. Oonah left Hobart for Sydney, and took, among other cargo, 36 ess 1151 hlf-css fruit, 219 css pulp, 146 casks fruit, 38S bls wool, 2 bags wool. 34 crts fruit, 94 bags peas, 25 casks 'tallow, 1 box gold (£9100), 130 bags flour, 170 bls straw, and 30 css jam.
NEW SOUTH WALES v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
NEW SOUTH WALES v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, Thursday. The cricket match was continued to day in beautiful weather. The wicket was a trifle slow but easy. The locals made 317 in the second innings. Hack and Stuart opened the South Aus tralian's second innings, and the for mer was missed three times in Trum .per's second over. The pair then played out time. Scores:- NEW SOUTH WALES. First innings .... . .. .. 214 Second Innings. Trumper, c Hugo, b Jones ......... 7 Howell, b Jones ................ 14 Donnan, c Darling, b Hugo......... 18 Gregory, c A. H. Jarvis, b Jones .. 24 Iredale, b F. Jarvis ............... 75 Noble, c A. H. Jarvis, b Jones ... 12 M'Kenzie, c Darling, b Jones ..... 16 Hopkins, c Stuart, b Jones .. . 54' Farquhar, b Hill ............... 36 Kelly, b Hill ............... ..... 52 Pye, not out ............. 0....... Sundries ..................... 9 Total ...... .......... .... 317 Bowling Analysis.-Hill. two wickets for G; Jones, six for 88; F. Jarvis, one for 71; Hu...
OUR WEEKLY REVIEW. NORTHERN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
OUR WE1EIKLY REVIEW. NORTHERN MARKETS. Business in, the produce market during the past week has not been very active, but a few more sales of oats and mill offal were made for export at satisfactory prices. Best stout white feed oats are the only kind saleable for export, and they are worth up to 2s 2d, at which price shipments have been made. The recent very hot weather caused numerous oat crops reserved for hay to dry up very quickly, and hay cutting had to be commenced earlier than was an ticipated. The rain which fell on Wed.. nesday will do much good generally, but it has probably affected some of the hay that had opqt been stacked. The wheat crops .were ripening fast, but they will recelve a check from the present cold weather, and it is not expected that there will be any of the new grain In, the market before the end of the month. Prices have firmed in the other colonies, and there is a slightly upward tendency locally in Tasmania. Ar rangements have practically been com ple...
CRICKET. CONSULT A. W. BIRCHALL AND SONS FOR CRICKET MATERIAL. TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
CRICKIET. CONSULT A. W. BIRCHALL AND SONS FOR CRICKET MATERIAL. TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. Cornwall v. King's Meadows, at the Meadows. Cornwall-Valentine, Came ron, West, Stewart, M'Carthy, Fysh. Douglas, Hogg, Pybus, Taylor, and Adlams. King's Meadows from-Barnes (2), Burke, Scott, Summers, Wilkes, Knight, Pilbeam, Machen, Lyons, Tattersall (2), and' Lewin. Second Launceston, v. Second Corn wall. Second Launceston from Luttrell, Brandwood, Broomby, Tuffin, Robins, Watts,Mead, Dawkins,Tevelein, Hoiwood, Harrison, Phillips, Rauston, and' Hogg. Second Cornwall from Windsor, Robertson, Hall, Lyons, Plummer, Marshall, Headilaan, Scott, Smith, Boscoe, Frost, Barnett, and Ellis. Nils v. Second E sk, on St. George's Square. Socond Esk--O. G. Douglas, Napper, Atherton, Waugh, Rose, Boscoe, Thynne, Fordyce,Coulter, Kirby, Maemichael, and Denton. Telegram v. Second United, on the Market Green. Telegram from-A. E. Mead, M. Madden, R. H. Deane, A. Rattray, L. Brown, W. Dawson, D. Ford, Martin (2), Sm...
COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
COM?MERCIAL TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. Wheat is steady at 2s 81%d to 2s 9d, and considerable business was done, mostly at 2s 81/d... Higher relative prices ruled in the country, but as immnedlate shipping requirements are becoming supplied there is less disposition to buy freely. About 4000 bags of Algerian oats sold, partly for export, for 2s 0%d to 2s 11Ad. Chaff, 50s to 55s; prime green, 55s to 57s Gd. Pota toes are quiet at 25s. Onions, 40s. SYDNEY, Thursday. W'heat is firm at 2s Gd to 2s 7d, with considerable shipping enquiry. Flour is dull at .£6 5s to £6 10s. Oats, 2s 6d to 2s 7d; lucerne, £2 10s to £3; chaff, £3 to £3 10s; local ditto, £3 to £3 17s 6d; potatoes, £2 to £3; straw, £1 15s to £2; onions, prime Victorian, £3. ADELAIDE, Thursday. Orders in the market for wheat for South Africa and a disposition on the part of farmers to store are keeping the mar ket firm, and 2s 8d is fairly readily ob tained. A sale has taken, place of 3000 bags at 2s 81½,d. Flour, £6 7s Gd ...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
SPORTING, "Merriwee" wriites to ascertain what weight was given Battalion, who was nominated for the Launceston Cup of 1898. Battalion's weight was 11.0. He 'did not start. A special meeting of the Tasmanian Turf Club will bo held at the Brisbane Hotel to-day at 3.45 p.m. to consitder the new rules of racing for Tasmania.
NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
NEWS IN BRIEF. Ready sale for wheat as a consequence of the war. Bar silver is quoted at 2s 3 1-16d per: ounce standard. Lords Roberts and Kitchener have ar rived' at Capetown. "We are still without one mobile flelld arm'ny."-"The Times." Local quotation for tin ore is 17.e per unit, a fall of is. The. Boers have taken up a strong position at Stormiberg. Americans defeated the Filipinos at West Bacoor, killing 100. -It has been arranged that Parliament will meet on the 30th inst. Three thousand shillings received for our "Tommy Atlkins" fund. lndi'a is despatching 800 horses be yond the numn:ber announced. South Australian civil servants have been warned. against disloyalty. Of the 5773 'bales of wool offered at Antwerp, 2068 bales were so'd. The Staff College of Sandhurst is closed owing to scarcity of officers. Mrs. Pulitzer heroically rescued her chi.ldren from the fire in New York. Twelve hundred Indian stretcher bearers have left Durbhn for the. front. Mr. W. .T. M'Williams anu...
A SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
A SUGGESTION. It has been suggested in the city during the past few days that the Tas manian troops now in readiness at Ho bart to proceed to South Africa should be allowed to leave the capital on Mon day next, so as to be present at the patriotic entertainment to be held in the Albert -ll the same night. The men could spend the remainder of their stay while waiting for the steamer for Melbourne on Thursday in the local ;barracks, where the training they are at present receiving could be continued. Perhaps 'it is rather late for such an arrangement to be carried out, but if it could be managed it would no doubt be the means of attracting additional patronage at the entertainment. How ever, the suggestion can do no harm. ME LBOURNE, Thursday. The Governor, accompanied by the Minister of Defence and Major-General Dowvnes, paid a visit of inspection this afternoon to the military encampment at Flemington. The men paraded on "horseback in full service order for in spection, and presente...
FEDERAL CONTINGENT. TASMANIAN UNIT. HOBART, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
FED!ERAL CONTINGENT. TASM?ANIAN UNIT. HOBART, Thursday. Arrangements have been made for the passage of the -Tasmanian unit by the s. Coogee on Thursday next. The Premier of Victoria has wired to the Minister of Defence, offering to render any assistance to the troops on their arrival in Melbourne, but the Hon. G. T. Collins, while thanking the Pre mier of Victoria, explained that the men will proceed straight from the Coogee to the s. Moravian. A farewell church parade for the draft will be held on Sunday.
THE PATRIOTIC CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
THE PATRIOTIC COINCERT. At the patriotic concert in the Albert .Hall on Monday evening next the con cluding tableau will be one of the finest of realistic living pictures ever sub mitted to a. Launceston audience. The title is" "The Reveille," and will em brace, upwards of 100 figures illustrative of camp life. in the early morn. At the conclusion of the posing there will be an exhibition of mountain gun drill and military tactics, after which Miss M'Clelland will bes escorte-l to the front carrying "the good old flag," and will sing "The soldiers of the Queen," in the.refrain of which the whole detach ment will mnark time, and the audience will be asked to join in the singing. The band of the Second Battalion, under Bandmaster Harrison,will occupy the orchestra box. Mr. J. G. Lamb, of Wellington (N.Z.), the fortunate possessor of ones of the, very few copies of "The absent-'minded beggar" set to music by Sir Arthur Sullivan, has interviewed Mr. Hesp and offered his services, 'which...
NO TRAITORS NEED APPLY. STRONG ACTION BY A TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
NO TRAITORS NEED APPLY. STRONG ACTION. BY A TOWN COUNCIL. At a meeting, recently, of the Ballina (New South Wales) Municipal Council, the attendance was large, as it had be come known that a proposal was to be moved dealing with disloyalists. The Mayor introduced the matter by stating that current reports credited many men engaged on the Government local works with having shown open dis loyalty in gloating over British reverses in South Africa. The Mayor severely deprecated this, and urged that no such license should be extended to municipal employees. Alderman Cloutier moved "That this council place on record its determination to employ no person who is known to be disloyal to the British cause in the present war, or Cxpresses pleasure or satisfaction when the, Bri tish suffer reverses." The resolution was supported by others, whose utter ances were greeted with applause. The motion was eventually carried unani mously. Local feeling is much exer cised by repeated reports of open ex...
AN INTERESTING CALCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
AN INTERESTING CALCULATION. The number of Boer shells thrown into Ladysmith since the beginning of the siege to November 25 (says the "Natal Times") may be given as 2680. Of this number 1070 went into the town itself, 860 were directed to the naval batteries, and the remaining numbers reached the different camps, including the old permanent camp. Taking the larger type of shells thrown by the Boers, and the smaller, and giving an average value of.£17 10s for each shell. it is seen that the monetary value of the bombardment of Ladysmith to the Boers has been about £50,000. Eight of our men have been killed, by shells, or one mn. for every 335 shells. It thus cost the Boers between £6000 and £7000 to kill a man in Ladysmith.
NORTH MOUNT FARRELL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 12 January 1900
NORLTI NMOUrNT FAIRRELL. On Wednesday morning several samples of galena, containing fahl ore and' pug, were received. at West Devon port fromi the North Mount. Farrell mine. They were taken'from the lode, whllchl averages 5ft. wide, at the end of a tunnel 240ft. long, and 120ft. below the surface, at a point 140ft. north of the surface outcrop. The' samples (says the "Advocate and E. B. Times") appear to be very high in silver, but they will be forwarded for assay, which will be available later on. The dis covery is said to secure seiveral years' work in sight. The ore also contains gold and copper in small quantities.