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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
STHLE COMPLIMENTS OF TiHE A SEASON TO ALL CYCLISTS. RING OUT THE OLD RING IN THE NEW MULTIFLEXB The Best and Truest Friend to all Wheelmen, enabling safe and comfor table riding under all circumstances. FIRST IN 1888, FOREMOST EVER SINCE. ROADSTER TYRES GUARANTEED FOR 12 MONTHS. 'ITHE DUNLOP PNEUMATIC' TYRE CO. OF AUST. LTD. 108 FLINDERS-STREET, MELIIOURNE, AND AT SYDNEY, ADELAIDE, PERTH'I, BRISBANE, & CHRISTCHURCH, N.Z.
NOTES BY OLYMPIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
NOTES BY OLYMPIAN. It has been notified since the publi cation of my last notes that in conse quence of Wednesday, the 24th inst., being gazetted Anniversary Holiday, the Karoola athletic sports will be held on that day instead of the 26th, as previously advertised. The handicaps were published in Thursday's issue of the "Examiner." The entries are good, and, the scene of action being conveni ent to the city, I expect to be in a position to record a big, attendance on the 24th inst. Acceptances close on Wednesday next. Sports are to take place at Lilydale, in connection with the show, on Easter Monday. Mr. George Brewer is the secretary. Last week, says "Whip," of the "Sportsman," I stated that H. A. Hay's 20ft. 91in. long jump was a school re cord, ,but I am informed that C. H. Marriot Watson did 21ft. some years ago at the Melbourne Grammar School. It would appear that Hay's perfor mance was the better one, as it was done against the wind, whereas Wat son's was done with the wind,...
VESSELS DUE FROM OVERSEA PORTS. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
VESSELS DUE FROM OVERSEA PORTS. FROM LONDON. At Launceston.-Queen Mab, bk.. sailed September 14, 121 days out (now at Hobart). Norman M'Leod, Italian blk., sailed Octo ber 19, 86 days out. Luna, bk., sailed De cember 8, 36 days out. Carl, bk., to sail January 15. At Hobart.-Norman M'Leod, Italian bk., sailed October 19, 86 days out. Luna, bk., sailed December 8, 36 days out. Romanoff, ship, sailed October 17, SS days out. Carl, bki., to sail January 15, via Launceston. Papanui, s. (N.Z.S. Co.), due on Wednes day. Ruabine, s. (N.Z.S. Co.), due on January 22. Ionic, s. (S.S. and A. Co.), due January 31. Waimate, s. (N.Z.S. Co.), February 17. FROM GEFLE. At Hobart.-Bargany, uki, to have sailed October 15. FROM PORT LUDOW (AMERICA). At Launceston-Honoipu, sch., sailed No. vember 26, 48 days out. FROM HUDIKSVAL (SWEDEN). At Launceston-Gers, ship, sailed Sen tember 1, 134 days out. FROM KAIPARA (NEW ZEALAND). At Launceston.-Carin, sch., to sail. WVakatipu, s., arrived at Sydney on Thus da...
WIND AND WEATHER. Yesterday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
WIND AND WEA'THER.' Yesterday, 9 a.m. Launceston.-Bar., 30.00; ther., 61; wind W., gentle. Cloudy. Tamar Heads.-Bar., 30.03; ther., •59; wind W.S.W., moderate. Cloudy. ,Hobart.-Bar., 29.98; ther., 60; wind S.W., light. Hazy, cloudy. Eddystone.-Wind' S., light. Breeze.' Strahan.-Bar., 30.00; ther., 55; wind S.W., strong. Cloudy. Stanlley.-Bar., 30.09; ther., 58; wtnd SW., moderate. Cloudy, clear. West Australia.-Bar., 29.90; wind N.E., light. Fine and clear. Victoria.-Bar., 30.20; wind S.W., fresh. Overcast. South Australia.-Bar., 30.20; wind S.E'. light. Overcast, hazy. New South Wales.-Bar., 30.10; calm. Cloudy. Chief Weather Bureau, Brisbane, Jan. 12. Special forecast for Tasmania and sur rounid'rg regions: Strong west to south-west winds in squalls, with moderate to rather rough sea. Barometer will rise slowly. The second portion of disturbance "Tyana" is ap proaching New Zealand. C. L. WRAGGE, Government Meteorologlst.
DELAGOA BAY. PORTUGAL'S DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
DE.IAGOA BAY. PORTUGAL'S DECISION. Portugal has at last come to a de cision on the question of the introduc tion of foreigners into the South Afri can Republic via Delagoa Bay. It has announced that henceforth no body will be allowed to enter into the Transvaal without a passport and a consular guarantee that he will not en gage in the fighting.
A PRINCELY OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
A PRINCELY OFFER. BY LORD STRATHCONA. Right Hon. Lord Strathcona and M?ount Royal, G.C.M.G., High Commis sioner for Canada in London, has made a splendid offer to the Gover~nment. 'He will equip and 'maintain 400 north-western rough-riders, at a cost of 1,000,000dol. ( £200,000).
GOVERNMENT OF CANADA. A PATRIOTIC OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
GOVERNM??'NT; OF CANADA. A PATRIOTIC OFFER. Right Hion. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Pre mier of Canada, has, on behalf of his Government and the Parliament and people of Canada, expressed a desire tob bear the whole cost of the despatch and maintenance of the contingents sent to South Africa for service in the present [The arrangements now standing are that the troops receive the Imperial pay while on active service.]
CHUDLEIGH ROAD TRUST. Monday, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
-- ,? _ Monday, January 8. Present-Messrs. F. Briscoe, Wm. Marchant, E. Pearn, J. Scott, H. C. Bott, D. Flowers, and the secretary. Mr. Bott was voted to the chair for the appointment of permanent chair man in the place of the late Mr. Oliver, an. Mr. Scott moved,Mr. Pearn second ing, that Mr. Francis Briscoe fill that olfice. This was carried unanimously. The chairman thanked members for the honour, but was exceedingly sorry for the terrible event which had led up to his appointment, and which had deprived them of such a good man. The secretary also made feeling refe rence to the late chairman, and all were much affected. The following resolution was unani mously passed':-"Whilst deeply regret ting the .oss the Chudleigh Road Trust has sustained by the lamented death of the late Mr. A. Oliver, this meet ing desires to place on record' its high appreciation of his past valued ser vices during the many years he has been its leader as chairman, and would express its earnest sympathy w...
CRICKET. Note.—Contributions to this column from secretaries of clubs are invited. Correspondents are requested to forward so that it will reach the "Examiner" office not alter than Wednesday evening. NOTES BY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
CRICKET. 'V fc Nl.te.-Contributions to this column from ir secretaries of clubs are invited. Cor- it respondents are requested to forward ti so that it will reach the "Examiner" f office not later than Wednesday even ing. NOTES BY BALL. cC With the first four wickets down for 39, and Savigny and Wilson included amongst them, the chances of the Laun- 1 ceston running up a respectable score a1 against the Esk last Saturday were ti not of the brightest; but with the ad vent of the next two batsmen. there was an altogether different tale to tell, ti for Cuff and Kissling got going so well is that before a separation was effected f, 1.07 runs had been added, to the total.. a The former upset all the theories of the to critics, who on the strength of his per- 3( formance in the North and South had T classed ,him as "only a slogger," by ,h playing a really splendid innings of the h aggressive type, and at such. a rate din t` he go that when his dismissal was ef fected he had put up. 71 run...
WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA. THE LADYSMITH FIGHT. 20,000 BOERS ENGAGED. DRAWN FROM THE TUGELA. BRITISH STEADFASTNESS. SALVATION OF THE GARRISON. PRESS LIST OF CASUALTIES. BRITISH KILLED AND WOUNDED, 848. BOER KILLED AND WOUNDED, 2500. PRESIDENT KRUGER'S ORDERS. SOME QUEENSLANDERS CAPTURED. COLONEL RICARDO A PRISONER. TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.—COPYRIGHT. WESTERN FRONTIER. LORD METHUEN'S WORK. LONDON, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA. THE LADYSMITH FIGHT. 20,000 BOERS ENGAGED. DRAWN FROM THE TUGELA. BRITISH STEADFASTNESS. SALVATION OF THE GARRISON. PRESS LIST OF CASUALTIES. BRITISH KILLED AND WOUNDED, 848. BOER KILLED AND WOUNDED, 2500. PRESIDENT KRUGIER'S ORDERS. SOME QUEENSLANDERS CAPTURED. COLONEL RICARDO A PRISONER. rrASHANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.-COP,YRIGHT. WESTERN FRONTIER. LORD M?ETWIUEN'S' WORK. LONDON, Jan. 1.1. Lieut.-General Lord Methuen has put men on to construct a railway along his front lines in order to facilitate defence operations. In the meantime, however, a desul tory shell practice is being kept up.
MISHAP TO THE SUFFOLKS. FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
MISHAP TO THE SUFFOALKS. FURTHER PARTICULARS. General French has furnished the War Oflica with further particulars of the unfortunate mishap met with some days ago by a portion of the 1st Bat talion of the Suffolk Regiment. The troops marched to the bill in close column, and the Boers, who has been preadvised, reserved their fire until the British were within 30 yards of them. Lieut.-Colonel A. J. Watson, an ad jutant, and two captains fell at the first Volley fired by the enemy. Someone then shoute "Retire," and the rear companies ran down the hill. Of eleven oflioers only one escaped. The Boers 'helped to bury the dead and sang psalms ove"" the graves.
THE CONTRABAND QUESTION. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
THE CONTRABAND QUESTION. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. Jan. 12. There has been considerable discus sion on the subject of contraband law, which is admittedly vague, and Great Britain took time in establishing a sound precedent. America is friendly and patient in the negotiations, while Germany is tolerant; but the shippers are much ir ritated at Britain seizing the vessels. It has now been determined that foodstuffs in a neutral ship destined to a neutral port will not be liable to seizure unless the manifests show it is destined for the enemy. The Ameri can flour seized 'will therefore be re leased.