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RINGMER STEEPLECHASE. WON BY EBOR. LONDON, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

RINGiiLER STEEPLECHASE. WON BY EBOR. LONDON, Jan. 13. The principal event at Plumpton to day was the Ringmer Maiden Steeplechase-Two miles. Ebor ...................... 1 Croawglen ................. 2 Blue Bag .............. 3

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
OBITUARY. DR. MARTINEAU. LONDON, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

OBITUARY. DR. MARTINEAU. LONDON, Jan. 13. The death is announced of the Rev. James Martineau, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., a retired minister and professor, aged 95 Years.

Publication Title: Examiner
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CABLE MESSAGES. TASMANIAN FROM ASSOCIATION—COPYRIGHT. INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW. A CONVENTION PROPOSED. LONDON, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

1GAlr MESSAGES. INTERNATIONAL MAARITIME LAW::; A' CONVENTION PROPOS]ED. I)ONDON, Jan. 13. Kaiser William is initiating a con Jerence of the various Powers to deal with the international maritime law. ,'he Emperor is anxious to have a convention arranged on the matter.

Publication Title: Examiner
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THE YEOMANRY MOVEMENT. LORD BRASSEY'S HELP. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

THE' YEOUANRY MOVEMENT. LORD BSa-YS SYS HELP. MYT. 'OTTRNE, Sundac;y. Lord Bra:c" ha cabled a donation of £1000 0 n : 'i oon, Hon. T. A. Brassey, w,: .: lertalken to raise and accom,: te r seat o, w'ar a special corps cf :cyoenanry. Zeehan.--Daily ^opiis of "Examiner" for sale at J. H. S "ns, I:wolkseller and news. agent, Main-streoi . . AT JONi.S' 1XI7 V,.*

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A VOLUNTEER'S FARWELL. HOBART, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

A VOL U'lEaR'S FAREWELL. H3OBART, Sunday. 'Mr. John i MA C'mick, eldest son of the Engineer ??! Existing Lines, and a miember of the :c'?e nd Tasmanian unit, was enteyt~,i..,c1d at a. social at Heathorn's ilhcl on Saturday evening -by his latee felow oihcerrs in the Rail way Depar ment. Mr. F. Back (General Manager) roo?cupied the chair, and assured Mr. M'C:::mick that a nosition in the Railiway' P'epartment would be f'ound for hrti % hien he returned. Mr. W. H. Lovu!rt In ,?:;ented Mr. M'Cormick with a pipe antd inscribed pouch, and songs and recititions filled up a pleas .ant evening.

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MARIBYRNONG RACES. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

hARIBYRNONU RACllES. MELBOURNE, Sunday. A race meeting whas held at Maribyrneng. yesterday in pleasant weather, and was fairly well attended. Results: TRIAL HANDICAP. Ore ............................. 1 Token ........................ 2 Winchester ..................... 3 HURDLE RACE. Signal ......................... 1 Galtee More ................... 2 Ivy ............................. 3 RIVERSIDE PLATE. Wild Olive .....................* Liberty ......................... Neptune ....................... 3 *Dead heat. The owners decided to run off, and odds of 5 to 4 were laid on Wild Olive, but Liberty won by half a dozen lengths. RIVERSIDE PURSE. Token ......................... 1 Bold Boy........................ 2 Spat ........................... 3 JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. Nansen ........................ 1 Begum ....................... 2 English Slave ................ 3 FOOTSCRAY HANDICAP. 'Ascot ..........................1 Jackson ........................ 2 Carlotus .........................

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SPORTING. ROSEHILL RACES. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

SPOI1TING, ROSE HILL I1 1ES.. SYDNEY, Sunday. Races were held at Rosehill yesterday in fine weather. Results: HURDLE: RACE. iA'rgyle ......................... 1 Chaplain ........................ 2 Landmark ...................... 3 IGRANVILLE STAKES. Belle Isle ...................... 1 Noble Lady .................... 2 Nahpro . 3 NEW YEAR HANDICAP. Whakawatm ..................... 1 Portague ................ ...... 2 Victory ..................... 3 NURSERY HANDICAP. Carlyle ........................ 1 ieldgun ........................... 2 Ostentatious ................... 3 ROSEfHILL HANDICAP. The Prize ..................... 1 Guardsman ..................... 2 Blue Mfetal .................... 3

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WAXMAN'S. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

TAXMAN'S. They are driving on the lode at the rear of Waxman's to cut the ore found at the creek level recently. This for mation is large, but poor still. Busy sinking at the rear of Clarke's building. The lode is from 10in. to lft. wide. This is all fair seconds. The shaft is now down 20ft.

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NEW MOUNT ZEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

NEWr MO'UNT ZTEHAN. A crosscut east of the main shaft is being driven with, the object of cutting the lode, which runs about 30deg. N.W. and S.E. from the distance attained. This may be met any shift.

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

MANAGERS' iE~1ROT wS. Fahl Ore, Williamsford, Jan. 10-Main tunnel--'Winze sunk 4ft., total 19ft. The lode formation is now 5ft., wide, which consists, of dense pyrites, pug, and slate, carrying seams of fahl ore. Intermediate tunnel extended lift., total 323ft.. Lode formation is now 3ft. wide, consisting of iron and arsenical pyrites, and country carrying on the east side of tunnel from 3in; to Sin. of good grade fahl ore. Water still continues to flow freely fromn the for mation. Am posting a sample of the ore. Ore won, about 50 bags. On hand (dressed), about 175 bags.

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MINING TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

° MINING T>EIAEGtA3MS. Ringarooma Dredging, N.E. Coast, Jan. 13-Satisfactory run' yesterday afternoon; gravel pump extremely good. WVestern, Zeehan, Jan. 11--lain shaft, No. 4 level, west lode, north, crosscut west -New lode Gin. first-class ore.

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MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE. Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

MELBOURNE STOCK ErXOHANGE. Sales. B.H. Proprietary, 44s Gd. British Broken Hill, 11s 3d.. North Junction, Os 2d, 8s 6d. Sulphide Corporation, 15s 6d. Mount Lyell, £8 16s. Mount Lyell Blocks, 12s Gd. Grown Lyell, 9s 6d, 9s. Gd, 9s 8d. *Great Lyell South, 10~/ad. Lyell Tharsis, 17s 3d. South Tharsis, 6s lid, Gs Gd. Tasman Lyell, 70s. Chillagoe R.M., 28s 3d, 28s 9d. Mount Garnet and Chillagoe, £11. Mount Gar Pet Freehold, 59s, 60s. Associated Gold Mines, £5 13s. Great Boulder, 34s Gd. South German, £.6 9s, £6 7s Gd.

Publication Title: Examiner
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WEST COAST MINING. ZEEHAN, Friday. ZEEHAN BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

WEST COAST'. MINING. ZEEHAN, Friday. ZEEHAN BELL. During, the last day or two a couple of very encouraging improvements have come in at this property. In the south drive, No. 1 level, and 250ft. from the /main shaft, a rise was commenced at a height of l3ft., and 2ft. of good seconds has been met. This also carries bunches of firsts, from which an assay returned 74 per cent. of lead.' There is 70ft. over this make to. the surface. In the bottom level going north towards the South King boundary from 3in. to 5in. of fairly clean ore has made in the floor of the drive. This is gradually rising as driven upon.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE STOCK & SHAREBROKERS. R. F. IRVINE. MINING AGENT AND SHAREBROKER. Special Attention Investment Stocks. EDWIN WALLER, Stock and Share Broker. Reliable and Prompt Advice. Exchange B'd'gs, St. John-st., Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

MIIIG INTELLIGENCE STOCK & SHAREBR1OKERS. R. F. IRVINE, :MINING AGENT AND SHAREBROKER. Special Attention Investment Stocka. EDWIN WALLER, Stock and Share Broker. Reliable and Prompt Advice. Exchange B'd'gs, St. John-st., Launceston. The local quotation Tor tin ere is 17s per unit. . ii The steamer Coogee took to Mel bourne yesterday, among other cargo, tivo tons of tin, valued at £224, shipped by the Mount Bischoff Company. Messrs. H. H. Schlapp, W. and T. Orr, and M'Murtrie, all well-known mining men, arrived at Burnie from Melbourne on Thursday and proceeded to the West Coast. Messrs. Osborne, Lackland, Nash, and Marks, students from the Ballarat School of Mines, are paying the West Coast a visit. They were shown over the Zeehan mine on Thursday morning by Mr. Vincent, who pointed out various objects of interest to them as mining students, the afternoon (says the "Herald") being spent at the Tas manian Smelting Works. The West Coast Tin Syndicate, who ow~i the old West Cum...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

EXPORTS. Jan. 13-Coogee, s., for Melbourne. 277 ingots tin, 405 bags bark, 110 bags barley, 240 bags oats, 2 bls skins, 10 bags hides, 40 bdls felloes, 3 bags wool, 1 cs dairy ma chinery, and a small quantity of sundries.

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LITERATURE. NOTES ON NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

LITERATURE. NOTES ON N EW BOO1KS. CAPTAIN STORMALONG, THE BUSI-RlANGER, by John Shaw. G. Routledge and Co., London.-This, as might be gleaned from the title, is an Australian tale of the early days, when bushranging was rife in the colonies. The plot is well laid, and worked out excellently, revolving on the adven tures of the hero of the title page and George Caldecott, the scion of a well connected English family. The descrip tion of the "bush, telegraph," the scenery of the HawEkesbury and Mur ray, and the glimpses given of the old convict system, are accurate and inter esting. The interest is well maintained from start to linish; indeed, there is not a dull page in the book. TRAITORS TWAIN, by Leslie M. Onkes and John Shaw- (G. Routledge and Co., London ), is another work of a similar type to the former, except that the story turns on the misdeeds of an' imaginary New South Wales Minister of the Crown, who uses his position to participate in a mining swindle. The results which, ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

IMPORTS. Jan. 13--Norman M'Leod, bk., from, Lon don. 52 css cartridges, 4 css toys, 302 pkgs and 15 css gunpowder.1G4 bdls buckets, 50 css bedsteads, 47 hdls spades, 100 kegs grease, 52 pkgs drapery, 1468 bars and 356 bdls iron, 115 bdls steel, 84 axes, 2 csks lamps, 1"box gold leaf, 244 pkgs paints, etc., 23 pkgs oils, 286 kegs nails, 120 kegs paints, 20 bdls grate metal, 4 css furniture, 4 rolls lead, 2624 pkgs merchandise, 53 pkgs paper. 120 css beer, 28 css shovels, 25 bags stearine, 1 cs bags, 68 iron plates, 600 csks cement, 12 crts earthenware, 50 css matches, 100 css vinrgar, 41 css irons, 105 pkgs drugs, 55 css whisky, 6 csks wine, 2 tanks cocoa, and a large quantity of general merchandise. Jan. 14-Pateena, s., from Melbourne. 300 sheep, 12css tea, 24 bags potatoas, 36 rails. 86 bis twine, 10 caks oil, 20 css starch, 10 css cordials, 14 coils rope, 20 stamper shafts, 20 css tobacco, 20 css pickles, 155 ess fruit. 107 pes timber, and sundries: and transhipments ex Moravian, ...

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A SPLENDID SPECTACLE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

A SPLENDID' SPECTACLE. Passengers who arrived by the Pa teena last evening were full of the splendid spectacle they had witnessed the previous day in Victoria's capital city. From' the general tenor of their remarks it would seemn that the Vic torian second contingent is a very fine body of men, in no renpect inferior to those now seeing active service at the front, and quite capable of as well up holding Australian prestige as those, of our fellow colonists who have already been under fire and, at their very first essay won the splendid encomium of a British general's "Well done." The scene en route was a sight not to be forgotten. The decorations were both' numerous and happy. And the crowd! At half-past 1 traffic was stopped inl the principal city streets, which were packed with enthusiastic spectators- m.en,women,aund the rising generation whose feelings knew no bounds. After the inspection by his Excellency the line of march was along St. Kilda road to S\vanston-street, thence ...

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DEPARTURE OF THE VICTORIAN TROOPS. A GREAT DEMONSTRATION. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

DEPARTURE OF T?HE VICTORIAN TROOPS. A GREAT DEMONSTRATION. MELBOURNE, Sunday. The departure of the second Vic torian contingent for South Africa, with which was combined the departure of Lord and Lady Brassey for Lon don, was made the occasion of a great demonstration on. Saturday afternoon. The weather was beauti fully fine, and gave the finishing touches to the decorations. Arrange ments had, been made to give his Excel lency and the contingent a fitting send off. The members of the contingent slept on the Euryalus on Friday night, and marched to the Victoria Barracks on Saturdiay morning, where they said good-by to their relatives and friends. In the meantime Lord Brassey held a farewell levee at Government House. At 2 o'clo-k the contingent, escorted by the whole of the available strength of the ldefence force, marched to the entrance gates of Government House, where Lord, Brassey made an inspec tion and wishd' the men God-speed, and thanked them for their patriotic services. At...

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FEDERAL CONTINGENT. SECOND TASMANIAN UNIT. THURSDAY'S ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

IFEDERIA L CONTINGENT. SECOND TASMANIAN UNIT. THURISDAY'S ARRANGEPMENTS. The 45 men forming the second Tas. manian unit are expected to arrive from Hobart by special train at about 1 p.m. on Thursday next, and will be met at the station by the city troops and as many of those from the country who care to put -in. an appearance. The de parting unit will be escorted through the principal streets ,to the wharf, and embark by the s. Ccogee, leaving for Melbourne.at 2 p.m. It is proposed to allow the departing men to dismiss at the Market Square for a few minutes in order that they may see their friends and relatives. The men will notTbe publicly enter tained at luncheon, but the Minister of Defence has arranged for them td have dinner on board the Coogee as soon as she leaves the harbour. T'he complete programme of arrange ments will 'probably be ready to-day. 'A special church parade was held at the barracks this morning for .members of the contingent, when the chaplain of '.the forces...

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