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MINISTERIAL. ZEEHAN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
MIN ISTERI AL. ZEE~HAN, Friday. The Minister of Lands (Hon. iE. Mulcahy, M.H.A.) and the Hon. F. W. Piesse, M.L.C., have passerd a quieter day than yesterday. They paid a visit to the Tasmanian Smelting Company's works, and were requested by Mr. Lewis Sweet to allow a gateway for pareen ger traffic through the railway fence on Shields-street. The Ministers promised to refer the matter to Mr. Back, Gene:'al Manager of Railways. They leave for Strahan to-morrow mormnng.
VISITORS TO THE WEST. ZEEHAN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
VISITORS TO THE WES. ZEEHAN, Friday. Messrs. O. T. Curran, P.C.S., and W. G. Beal, P.G.M., of the Manchester Unity, Oornwall district, arrived to night from Waratah. They are en gaged inspecting the various Coastal branch lodges under their jurisdiction, and leave for S trahan and Lyell to morrow. Alderman David Storrer is also visit ing the Coast.
POLICE CHANGES. HOBART, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
POLICE ECHANGES. HOBART, Friday. The Commissioner of Police has dec!ided on the following transfers: - Trooper Treanor, from the Ouse to Apsley; Tro:por Crockett, Victoria Valley to Bothwell; Trooper Mitchell, Bothwell to Hamilton; Trooper Hastie, Hamilton to Victoria Val ley; Constable Urquhart, Macquarie to Straits islands; Constable Ross, Mathinna to Scottsdale; Constable Rooke, Scottsdale to Mathinna. W. H. Smith has been ap pointed trooper, and will proceed to the. Ouse.
INSPECTION OF POLICE. HOBART, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
INSPE(Y'TdI4N 'OV VOIICiE. HOBART, Fridnay. An inspection of members of the police stationed in Hobart was held in the drill-yard this afternoon in the presence of the Premier, the Mayor, and Commissioner of Police. 'Thera was a muster of 50 men all told. includ ing four mounted troopers. Superin tendent Fedder, Sub-Inspectors Connor, Kemp, Mitchell, Morrisby, and Bate main; Sergeants Rainey, Blakenley, Coates, Newstead, Plane, Acting Sergeant Ward, )Deectives Frank lin and Higgins, and 35 constables made up the total. Sergeant-Major Alderton put the men through their drill, and the various movements were satisfactorily executed and elicited approval. At the termination of the inslecotion the Premier expressed himself highly pleased with the force generally, and congratulated the Commissioner on the appearance of the men.
RULES OF RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
t IULES OF RACING. A special -meeting of members of the Tasmanian Turf Club was held, at the Brisbane Hotel yesterday afternoon, to consider the revised rules of racing for Tasmania, as recently passed by the Tasmanian Racing Club, in Hobart. There was not a large attendance, and Mr. Charles Youl occupied the chair. The chairman explained that the rules had been duly considered by the stib-committees of the two lending clubs, and a great deal of pains taken in their compilation. He thought if adopted the new rules would be of great benefit to racing in Tasmania. He moved-"That the present rules be rescinded and new rules adopted." Dr. Haines seconrded. The motion was carried unanimously.. The chairman moved-"That the rules of racing as passed at this meet ing be the rules of racing for Tas mania, and shall come into operation from such date as shall be agreed upon by the committees of the T.R.C. and T.T.C., and shall as from, that date rescind and' be in lieu of the rules of racing ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. REDUCTION OF CHARGES. DALGETY & COI4PAiNYi, LIMITED, WOOL AND PRODUCE BR OKERS, MELBOURNE, Beg to notify that CHARGES for SELLING WOOL in the MELBOURNE MARKET have been REVISED, and REDUCED, and that the following is the scale now current: Receiving, Warehousing, Weighing, Lotting, Repacking, Fire Insurance, Sale Expenses, etc., /d per lb. Commission:-Up to £200, 2% per cent.; over £200 and up to £500, 11/ per cent.; over £500, 1/4 per cent. Auction Sales of Wool every Monday throughout the season. Further particulars on applicatfon to DALGETY & COM PANY, LIMIITED, IHELBOURNE, COLLA..D & COLLARD PIANOS. THE(SELECTED INSTRUMENTS OF THE iIOST EXPERIENCED AND CULTIVATEDJTUDGES' TlHE BEST TO BUYI EASY TE1RMS.. P" PRICES MODERATE. 80LE AGENT- hUNNEW & FINDLAY, APOLLO HOUSE, GEORfGE-STREET.
THE OFFICIAL ACCOUNT. 500 BOERS AND THREE GUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
THE OFFICIAL ACCOUNT. 500 BOERS AND THREE GUNS. The following ,has been ollicially commnunicated to the press: "It is reported from Kinmberley, dated 10th inst., that on the 0th a demonstra tion was made to the north, which drew out 500 of the Doers and three guns. While our troops were returnidg to I(imberley several of our shells were placed amongst the enemy, and in par ticular fell into the emplacement of the gun for which cordite is used, ani silenced the gun for several hours. Our casualties were one killed and seven wounded; all doing well."
CORNWALL DISTRICT. WARATAH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
COIRNWALL DISTRICT. WARATAIf, Thursday. A visit has been paid by the district officers and delegates of the Cornwall District, M.U., I.O.0.F., to Waratah. About 30,delegates were present. On the arrival of the train the deputies were met by the oillcers of the local Ibdge, who gave them a most cordial welcome. In the afternoon they were shown over the Bischoff dressing sheds, and the extensive plant was explained to them by the officers and men of the company. In the evening, previous to the meet ing, the delegates and several mem bers of the Bischoff Lodge met at Mr. Lynch's Hotel, where a sumptuous .re past had been prepared. About 50 par took of the good things laid before them. The meeting was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, whilst in the Athen aeum Hall a grand social opened at 7.30. was kept up till about 2 a.m., and was 'well patronisod. The large hall was comfortably filled and nicely deco rated with flags, banners, tree ferns, etc., whilst the tables were all that could be de...
SYMPATHISERS WITH THE BOERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
SYMPATHISERS WITH THE- BOERS. A movement is on foot in Newcastle (New South Wales), states the "Age," to petition the Government to remove all foreigners from the public service. This has been started because of the strong anti-British element to be found in the dredge service, Britishers finding it hard to stand idly by and hear their nationality reviled by men who have snug billets, under the State they tra duce. Already several foreigners have been thrashed for openly sympathising with the Boers.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
ACADEMY OF M1USIC. Next Wednesday night the popular actor, Mr. Alfred Dampier, will comenence; a short season, opening with the patriotic, military, and spectacular play, "'Briton and Boer." Much has been, and much more will doubtless be done, to render the production exceptionally brilliant. Miss Lily Dampier, who makes her reappear ance after a successful ERnglish tour, will play the part of Jess Croft, and the com pany is said to be numerically the strongest and most talented that Mr. Dam Dier has ever introduced to Launceston audiences. In order to increase the real ism of the scene at the siege of the laager at Ladysmith, a large body of auxiliaries, including a contingent of the 2nd Bat talian of Tasmanian Infantry, will take part in the proceedings, the latter by permission of the ofcer commanding. The scenery is painted by that well-known artist "Alta," and includes, amongst other pictures of Natal and the Transvaal, "The farm, at Moorfontein," a hut near the entrench ments,...
NOTHING EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
NOTI-IING EQUAL TO CHAM?iER-E LAIN'S PAIN BALM. Richard Payne, of Tehachapi, Cali fornia, U.S.A., says:-"I have used Chamberlain's Pain Balm for the past five years, and for sprains, bruises, and rheumatism there is nothing equal to it. I think no family should keep house without this liniment. By do ing so they would save themselves many an ache and pain." For .a'e by all dealers. Large size 3s, small 1s (d. Eatton and Laws, wholesale agents, Launceston.*--4. The Reason.-"The Examiner" gains steadily in circulation, because all it% acquaintances become friends.
DELORAINE ELECTION. MR. R. G. HORNE CHOSEN. DELORAINE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
D.EIA)RAINE E:LEC'V3ION. MRR. R. G. HORINE CHOSEN. DELORAINE, Wednesday. The extraordinary election to fill the vacancy in the Municipal Council caused by the death of Mr. Alex. Oliver, was held to-day, and resulted as follows. R. G. Horne, 352 votes. WV. F. Von Bibra, 259 votes. Mr. Horne was declared elected. In returning thanks, he said he hoped. to merit the confidence of the ratepayers in the future, as he had evidently done in the past. MIr. Von, Bibra thanked the ratepayers, and said that, although beaten, he con sidered he had the best of Mr. Horne, as most of the lady electors had voted, for him. (Laughter.) The utmost good feeling prevailed, and, with the usual cheers for the candidates and returning officer, the electors dis .nersed.
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
ODDS AND ENDS. In the Washington. Senate, Mr. Mason moved a resolution expressing sym pathy with ithe Boers in their struggle for liberty. 'After consideration, the henate referred s. the motion toy the Foreign Relations Committee, and the matter has thus practically been shelved. Just before ¢ the transport British Princess left Southampton Docks, the sailors of a Japanese warship lying at the same quay handed up cigarettes to the English soldiers on board, and then as the ship moved oFi they formed up on the quay and gave a splendid imitation of a British cheer. The "Jiji Shimtpo" and other Japan ese papers loudly praise the forboar ance and patience shonvn by England in her dealings with the Transvaal. In a newspaper published at Amster dam, the Transvaal Government ad vertises for 12 telegraph operators, stipulating, however, that no Roman Catholic need apply. Roman Catholics in. Holland make up two-fiftihs of the population, and as the whole nation has been very noisy in its su...
NORTHERN TOURISTS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
NORTHIERN TO0 IS'TS ASSO A?L TION. An executive committee meeting of this association was held last night at the Al bert Hall. Present-The Mayor (Mr. Pan ton) in the chair, Messrs. Sutton, Pepper, Perrin, Holmes, ,Evershed, Price, Sparrow, Ferrall, M'Crackan, N. Smith, IHaviland and the hon treasurer, Mr. Whitfeld. After the correspondence was read and accounts passed, several important items were brought up. In order to add to the in formation being collected in the tourists' room, hotel-keepers are invited to supply framed photographs of their hotels or neighbourhood, subject to the approval of the committee, on the understanding that each frame shall contain, besides the photograph, concise information of the dis trict as to the fishing or other attractions. Such frames will be hung in the room 'for 12 months on payment of a fee of half a guinea for 1Sin. by 12in., or one guinea for 18in. by 24in. Of the 10,000 copies of the "Handbook of Northern Tasmania" over 2000 copies have a...
TOMMY ATKINS OFF TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
TOMMY ATKINS OFF TO THE FRONT. Mr. Julian Ralph sends to the "Daily Mail" a vivid description of troops leaving Capetown for the front. "The carriages were filled, with soldiers in khaki, officers in civilian ,attire, and hundreds of Cape Boys and Kafifrs, who were hired as transport helpers. Other officers, idle citizens, wondering Mahomedans, and excited negresses formed the crowd that saw them de part. . . . The supreme moment comes when the train starts. Then the Tommies leap to their feet and thrust their hands out of the windows for a good-by share. 'Don't be too proud, sir,' one of them called to me. But nobody is too proud to shake good-luck and God-speed to a soldier rushing to battle. Though I can hardly believe it myself, I saw proud officers of the finest English regiments shaking hands with not only the privates, but with the Kaffirs, as the train swang by, and the air was torn with shouts, and song, and cheers. Having gone to' the front, "Tommy" gives a good account of...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
CiURCH SERVICES. The following arrangements are notified for to-morrow: Christ Church.-Rev. W. Law, morning and evening. Chalmers Presbyterian Church.-Rev. D. Matthew, M.A., B.D., morning and evening. Launceston Tabernacle.-Rev. W. J. Eddy, morning and evening. Primitive Methodist Churches.-Frede rick-street-Rev. A. Madsen, both services. Mulgrave-street-Morning, Mr. C. Barnes; evening Mr. F. Clarke. Youngtown Afternoon, Mr. J. Batten. Wesleyan Churches.-Patterson-street Rev. C. Lancaster; Rev. J. R. Harcourt. Margaret-street-Mr. F. Tyson; Rev. C. Lancaster. Lawrence Vale-Mr. Reader; Mr. E. P. Meers.. Invermay-Rev. J. R. Harcourt; Rev. G. T. Heyward. St. Leonards-Mr. Solomon. Trevallyn-Mr. ,V. Blackett. ]EAT JONES' IXL JAMS.*
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
SHIP MAILS. Ship mails will close in Launceston as under: United Kingdom and Continent of Europe, India, China, etc., per P. and 0. Line.- R.M.S. Arcadia, Tuesday, noon. South Africa.-R.M.S. Gulf of Genoa, this day, noon. West Australia.-S. Pateena, Tuesday, 1 p.m. United States and Canada, via San Fran cisco.-R.M.S. Alameda, this day, noon. South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales.-S. Coogee, this day, 1 p.m. Victoria.-S. Coogee, this day, 1.30 p.m. West Coast, Overland.-Daily, 2.15 p.m. Note. - Registered letters and parcels must be posted one hour and newspapers half an hour before advertised time of closing mails. English and intercolonial mails expected as under: English.-Wednesday next. American.-Wednesday next. Intercolonlal.-Monday.
FARM AND STATION. AGRICULTURAL BREVITIES. COMPILED BY PLOUGHSHARE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
FARM AND STATION. ARiICULTURAL BRXEVITIES. COMPILED BY PLOUGHSHARE. J Recent rains have greatly benefited t the potato crops on the North-West o Coast. Mr. Potts, Victorian dairy expert, ex pected to reach Launceston on Wed nesday. I A farmer .writes:-"There is every probability of a reduction in the charges nand wages for threshing this season, on account of the low~ prices I and short crops." A correspondent at Tunnack informs me that the milk suppliers of Tuunack htave received a price for their milk considerably in excess of what they otherwise would have obtained had there been no factory in the district This may be accounted for by the fact that dairy butters are less sought after by consumers -owing to the quality generally not being so regular as the best factory products. Tasmanian potato exporters should be enabled to send away a fair quan tity of the tuber to South Africa this season. Oats and potatoes ought to find a really good market there. Mr. Potts will remain in Tas...
CHAPTER XXXVII. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
OHAPTER XXXVII. June 3rd.-I have found the clue. There is a spring-a tiny, almost im Derceptible knob, more like an uneven ness in the wall than anything else. After much Dpressure and trial it yielded. The panel opens into a re 'cess, and there, leading down to depths unknown, is the winding stairway. I have not the courage to go down. The air is 'damp and mouldy, and it is horribly dark. I am quite content to 'have proved my dream correct. I shall sleep win peace to-night, I hope, and to-monrow I will ask my grand father if he knows aught of any secret chamber in the basement, or any exit into the grounds through a subterra nean channel. These stairs may go down to the foundations, and then lead to the cliffs for aught I know. A fine method of escape when changing dy nasties and the iron rule. of the Com monwealth made traitors of the good and loyal nobles of England. June 14t.--I have got .hold of the story by scraps and bits. It is far too long and intricate to put down here. It...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 13 January 1900
Mrs. Allbright, Little River, Victoria, martyr to rheumatism and diabetes. Friends thought I was rapidly dying. I began to ius Dodd's Kidney Pills, and a wonderful and blessed change came. The puffiness and bloating grew steadily le?s; my general health. grew better daily; am now well and sound, healthy and happy. These are only a few out of thou rands-. W': offer you a tried and tested medicine, prepared from the original recipe, and known all over the world. CUREI) 'TENI S OF THOUSANDS; WILL. CUTRE YOU. "Dodd'n Kidney Pills" are the origi nail, andl are sold by all chemists at 2a; 9d a box, six boxes 15s 3d', or will be :cnt (post paid) on receipt of price by Ifatton and Laws, Launceston, wholes?ale agents for Tasmafnia.--2.