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XMAS FEEDING AND BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
X1MAS FEEDING AND BILE BEANS.' - .4?---. BILE BEANS are, one of the safest and surest purgative medicines on the market. They are unlike most laxative remedies, because they act direct on the bile ducts, causing the liver to secrete and cast increased quantities of this fluid into the bowels, thus flush ing the same out as a stream of water would a drain. Defective bile secretion causes various ailments, such as head aches, biliousness, costiveness, piles, liver trouble, bad breath, rheumatism, indigestion, dizziness, buzzing in the head, fulness after eating, etc., etc. A Bile Bean taken now and then will keep one free from these digestive troubles, their attendant evils, and dangerous after-effects. They are the specific of the nineteenth century. Manufactured at Detroit, Michigan, TJ.S.A. They are sold throughout the world. Price per box Is 11/ d. Aus tralian Depot, 39 Pitt-street, Sydney. Wheo you wish. to purchase Bile Beans -do not be misled with the remark, "Here is something...
THE LOW PRICE OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
THE LOW PRICE OF W1HEAT. It is difficult to account for the low prices presently ruling for wheat. The home crop of wiheat is no doubt a pass-, ably good one, though not at all equal to that of last year, but in the supply of our ever-increasing home require ments even a bumper wheat crop in Great Britain is not sufficient ..to exert any great influence on prices. Besides, according to the "Crop Circular" re cently issued by the statistician to the American Department of Agriculture, the crops of wheat in the great export ing countries are this year to be much below par. In regard to the wheat crop of the United States, Mr. Hyde reports that this crop is 13.2 points be low the condition of the crop at the same date last year, and "only once in the last ten years-namely, in 1895- was the condition as low as it was this year." In regard to Russia, which usually comes second to the United States with respect to available surplus for exportation, the deficiency on this season's crop, as...
KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
KITCHEN GAiDEN. In favourable localities where a good supply of water is at hand, successional sowings of French beans may be made up till the middle of next month, with the chance of affording a few gatherings durng the autumn. Cl~ear all quarters as fast as the crops are gathered, and do not allow the weeds -to grow afterwards. The proper work of the season must go on with the expectation that rain will fall, and it follows as a matter of course that those who are prepared for it will reap the largest benefit. Evrery available plot of un cccupied ground should be prepared in readiness for winter greens as quickly as possible, so that the plants can be put in immediately a shower comes. If the preparation of the ground is neglected until after the rain the plants will derive no benefit from it of lasting effect. In removing plants of the Brassica family from the seed bed they should be dug up with a fork, and not by the common way of pulling by the band, which generally breaks off ...
THE GARDEN. OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
THE GARDEI. OPERATIONS FOR, THE WEER BY A PRACTICAL GARDENER. FLOWER GARDEN. Many choice borderaplants are now ripening their seeds, and whatever is required must be secured in time. Generally, it is safest to gather the seed before it is dead ripe, as in many cases the pods open and the seed is scattered and lost. Cut off bunches with a por tion of stem attached, and spread them on paper" sheets or cloths under cover to dry for a day or two, and then put them in the full sun to harden. A shelf in a greenhouse is the best place, because there is less fear of their being scattered by wind. Label all seeds when gathered to prevent mistakes, and of all hardy subjects soit a p6rtion at once and keep the rest till spring. Remove all suckers from the chrysan themums that are grown on the large bloom system as fast as they show; if left to grow they will rob the plant of a considerable quantity of the energy so necessary at the present time in de veloping and building up the strength that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
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PLANT HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
PLANT' HOUSES. Where cyclamens are wanted to flower early in winter seed should be at once put in; large seed pans or shal low boxes may be used. It is not well to limit the room in which the seed is sown, for if this is done the young plants get drawn before they are large enough forspotting. Use finely sifted soil with some leaf mould and sand mixed with it;, cover the seed with about a fourth of an inch of soil, press the surface down a little, and cover with tissue paper to keep the soil from drying up quickly. The large pure white convolvulus-like flowers of Man devilla Suaveoleus "ender it at this season of the year one of the showiest among cool-house climbers. Though the individual blooms do not remain long in perfection, a succession is kept up for a considerable time. One thing to bear in mind is that this Mandevillea must not be planted where a climber that will be effective during the winter months is desired, as at that season it is quite bare of foliage as well as flow...
FREE STATERS AND TRANSVAALERS. PRESIDENT KRUGER'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
FREE STATERS AND TRANS VAALERS. PRESIDENT KRUGER'S MESSAGE. Some further light has been thrown on the statement that the heaviest loss was among the Orange Free Staters, as the Transvaalers forced them into all the most dangerous places. The war correspondent of the "Stan dard" at Frere states that on Thursday President Kruger sent a messenger to General Joubert, commander of the Boers, asking why an attack had not been made on Ladysmith. Vice-President Joubert replied that an assault on the town would involve a great loss of life. A message was then despatched to the commander by Herr Kruget' order ing him to put the Free Staters in the forefront and make the attack. The Free Staters stuck to their posi tions until the British bayonets com pelled themn to retire from, the trenches. In face of a counter attack the Trans vaalers did not act so well. As the British moved towards them they re tired and were jeered at by their com rades in arms.
OTHER ITEMS. LONDON, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
(O'TIER IIT'EMS. LONDON, Jan. 12. A few additional items have come to hand in connection with the great at tack made by the Boers on Ladysmith on Saturday, and which was so bril liantly repulsed by the troops under General Sir George White. The press correspondents, however, appear to be unable to gbt much away, as only a few heliograms were obtained from them.
STRENGTH OF THE BOERS. HURLED AGAINST LADYSMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
STRENGTH OF THE BOERS. HURLED AGAINST LADYSMITH. It has transpired that all the avail able Boer troops on the Tugela River were drawn off to assist in the attempt to capture Ladysmith. In some of the trenches on Saturday there were five Boers to one Britisher, and the steadfastness of the troops proved the garrison's salvation. They did not allow the enemy to gain a real foothold on any portion of the town. All attemplts of the Boers were re pulsed, and they were terribly punished with the bayonet.
FEDERAL CONTINGENT. DEPARTURE OF SECOND UNIT. RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
FEDERAL CONTINGENT. DEPARTURE OF SECOND UNIT. RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS. The Railway Deparmnnent has made arrangeiments by which the contingent will be conveyed to Launceston by special train,, leaving Hobart at 6.40 a.m. on 'ihursday, and volunteers in uniform travelling to Launceston to see them oil will be passed without tickets. Arrangements will be made for the pub lic to travel to Launceston at cheap trip fares to witness the departure, par ticulars of which will shortly be ag nounced.
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
S?VWITMMTNG. At the T.R.C. sheds this afternoon se veral swihming races will take place. The first will be for the championship of the club, over two distances, 100yds. and 200yds. An old member has presented the club with a handsome shield, which is to be competed for annually and decided by points. The first man to have his name inscribed on the shield is Mr. John Baker, who won the championship in !898. Some handiecap races will also be held during the afternoon.
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
SPORTI11Gr The programme for the summer meeting of the Tasmanian Racing Club, to be held at liwick on February 13, 14, and 16, is again published in this.issue, and comprises 18 events, six on each day. The Hobart Cup closed with 22 nominations, Wilson and Tattersall Stakes with 20 each, and those interested in the other events are reminded that nominatIons must be made by S p.m. on Monday, 22nd inst. Tas manian entries may be handed In to the secretary of either the T.R.C. or T.T.C. Acceptance, except for the Hobart Cup, is at scale.
CRICKET. CONSULT A. W. BIRCHALL AND SONS FOR CRICKET MATERIAL. NEW SCOUTH WALES V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
RICJKE'1'. CONSULT A.. W. BIRCHAJLL ANED SOMA ?OR CRICKET MATERIAL. NEW SCOUTH WALES v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, Friday. 'The cricket match was_ concluded to-day. South Australia made an unexpectedly fine stand, and won by six wickets. Scores: NEW SOUTH WALES. First innings ........................ 214 Second *innings ........................ 317 SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First innings ...................... 197 Second Innings. Stuart, c M'Kenzie, b Noble ...... .. 13 Hill, c M'Kenzie, b Pye .......... 22 Darling, c M'Kenzie, b Howell ....... 55 Reedman, c Farquhar, b Trumper ...... 55 [Hack, not out ....................... 158 F. Jarvis, not out ..................... 19 Sundries .......................... 13 Total for four wickets ......... 335
LORD BRASSEY. DEPARTURE FOR ENGLAND. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
LORD LIIA SSJIY. DEIPARTURE FOR ENGLAND. UELBOURNE, Friday. .Lord Brassey presided to-day for the last time at a meeting of the Executive Council. He subsequently entertained the Ministers at luncheon at Govern ment House, and in the course of a speech expressed his deep gratitude for the unvarying kindmines and courtesy ectended towards him during his stay in this colony. Lord and Lady Brassey were the guests of the Mayor and Mayoress at a largely attended conversazione held in the Town Hall to-night.