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THE PATRIOTIC CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

THE PATRIOTIC CONCERT. This affair, to be held at the Albert Hall to-night, promises to be a big event. The programme possesses both quantity and quality, and visitors from the other colonies are rendering good service. Mr. Horace E. Stevens is the baritone soloist of St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne. He has appeared in oratorio with Santley, Madame Patey, and other celebrities. His sister, Miss Emilie Stevens,is a promising young contralto, who mad-e her debut in oratorio with the Melbourne Philharmonic Society on Christmas night last. Miss Nellie M'Clelland, who came to this city under an engagement to the Caledonian So ciety, is paying an extended visit to her sister, Mrs. Ludbrook, of Canning street. Miss M'Clelland has proveid herself an artiste of no mean order. She is the leading lady in Dr. BTvan's church' choir. aMiss 'May Smith is a Dupil of Mr. Alex. Wallace, now of Melbourne. She has made rapid strides in the profession, and is well known to Launceston au.diences. Mr. J. ...

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WORTHLESS SADDLERY. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

WORTHLESS SADDLERY. SYDNEY, Sunday. Serious defects have been discovered in the saddlery supplied for the con tingent. The Premlier declares that many of the saddles, are dangerously worthless, basil having been used instead of proper leather. The stirrup leathers are, he states, rotten, the stirrup irons soft, and the bridles badly shaped. Enquiries will be made, but they will not delay the departure of the contingent, and the Government will send any necessary number of saddles and workmen to repair and alter them during the voyage. A board of enquiry is to be appointed to ascertain who is' to blame.

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EXCURSION BY THE PATEENA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

* EXCURSION BY TH{E PATEENA. The Launceston liner Pateena ran an excursion in ITobson's Bay to accom pany Messrs. Archibaild Currie and Co.'s steamship Euryalus ,down the harbour. The, scene on the Port Mel bourne wharf when the troops arrived was one, of intense enthusiasm. The crowd that had gathered. to bid fare well to the troops was immense, and the demonstrations were pronounced as. being far greater than on the departure of the first contingent. It was about 4.30 p.m. when the work of embak ation was completeid, and at 5 o'clock. the Euryalus cast off amidst lusty cheering. The greatest excitement prevailed as0 she moved slowly down the harbour,. followed by the Pateena, with aliout. 600 passengers on bhoard, and the s,. Flinders, which had also a very large living freight. As the Euryalus 'was: passing the Launceston trader fired off a couple of volleys of 'detonators.. Cheers were exchanged between the two vessels, and the Euryalus then forged ahead, followed up on one side...

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NORTHERN MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

NORTHIERN MACQUARIE. . The Northern Macquarie Road Trust held its monthly meeting last Saturday. Present-The chairman and Messrs. Jones, Clarke, Mercer, Foster, and Lee. As to Bayes-street, Cleverland, which was left over from last meeting to got the Crown bailiffl's report, the secre tary produced certain papers from that ollicial which contained no report, but merely a protest from a resident of Cleveland as to the .disposal of the street. It was reported that the said street had been let by the Government to the person protesting. Mr. Clarke reported he was attend ing to the matter of finger-posts. Mr. Lee reported that Leake-street, Cleveland, required 40 chains of form ing and one pipe culvert. Mr. Foster opposed' the work, as the land was no good in that part, and the matter was left over for a further, e port at next meeting. Only one tender was received for grubbing gorse and briars in Grant, and Beond streets--H. IHills, at £0 8s 3d and was accepted, Mr. Foster objecting, a...

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

PERTH. A meeting of the Perth Road Trust was held, on Thlursday. Present Messrs. D. Smart (chairman), W. Gib son, W. Smith, J. I-I. Bomnford, and the secretary (Mr. E. Houghton). A letter was read from Messrs. Archer and Clemons,on behalf of Mr. E. W. Gib son, re the Evandale ford road, and others from Messrs. J. B. Gibson, A. Youl, and Geo. Dennis (road overseer). It was propoded by' Mr. Smith, and seconded by Mr. Gibson-"That the trustees meet at the Ford road on Mon day next, at 4 p.m., re fencing, etc., and ask Mr. E. W. Gibson to be present." Carricd. A. letter was read from the roadmian stating that it would cost £10 to repair the brick culvert near Snake Banks, and it was resolved 'that Mr. Gibson vi-ew :he same and report next meeting. Vouchers 22 to 46 were passed for l?ayment.

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ROSEBERY REQUIREMENTS. PUBLIC MEETING. ROSEBERY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

ROSinBEtRY REQUIREhE NTS. PUBLIC MEETING. ROSEBERY, Thursday. In response to a numerously signed rdquisition, Mr. J. W. Lord, J.P., con vened a meeting of residents to con sider the best steps to be talken to de velop the requirements of the district. The meeting, which. was well attended, was held last night in the parish room, Mr. Lord presiding. The chairman explained the object of the meeting, and stated tlhat a deputa tion of residents had waited on the heon. the Minister of Lands during that gentleman's brief stay at Rosebery on route to Zechan. T'he meost urgent wants of the sctrlcment were laid be fore the Minister by the deplutation, and a promise obtained that their claims would have due consideration. On some questions the hon. gentleman desired further information, an d the meeting would lie asked to take steps that would ensure the claims of I-;cse bery being kept before the Government. After a slight discussion Mr. W. C. Cox moved-"Tihat in the opinion of this meeting ...

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

CO QI3T IRCIAL. LONDON, Jan. 14. Messrs. Weddel and Company's re view anticipates a fair demand for frozen meat at about the past year's values, owing to the brisk state of trade. The war, however, might make a difference. The market for hides is flat and none have been sold. Basils arc .unchanged, but leather is a farthing dearer.

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LONGFORD POLICE COURT. Friday, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

LONGFORD POLICE COURT. Friday, January 12. Before the Warden and Messrs. T. R. Arthur and A. Whitfeld, Js.P. RalphaMillar, of Launceston, was charged by the superintendent of police with having on January 5, ati Longford, sold from door to door sachets described as "Florriline" without first having obtained a hawker's license. Defendant stated that he had sold in a similar manner in the other colonies and at Hobart, and had never had a license. At Hobart Superintendent Pedder had given him pdrmission to sell, saying there was no necessity for a license. Pefendant was lined £2, costs re mitted, and paid the amount, but gave notice of appeal. Before Messrs. T. R. Arthur and A. Whitfeld, Js.P. John Baldock Grane, of Perth, was charged by the superintendent of police with having on the night of January 6 used indecent language, to the annoy ance of Constable Samuel Shephard. Mr. E. Murnane, jun., appeared for de fendant, who pleaded not guilty. The evidence of both parties was taken, as...

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STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, Jan. 14. The following sales are reported on the Londmcn Stock Exchange: Associated, £5 17s Gd. Broken. Hill 'Proprietary, 43s. Chillagce, 24s 6d. Great Boulder, 35s. Ivanhoe, £13 7s Gd. Lake View Consols, £11 12s Gd. Mount Lyell, £8 10s. North Lyell, £2 17s Gd. Mount Morgan, £4 17s Gd.

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ALFRED DAMPIER COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

ALF ,ED DAMPIER COMPANY T!his company will open their season in Launceston on Wednesdav evening in a sensational drama, "Briton and Bccr." This piece should suit the timc^ admirably. dealing as. it does with theo resent crisis in South Africa. It shov:s thrt Mr. Dampier is alive to the times in having a drama so promptly written to suit the :ub.li: tasts, and that the play is interesti:'.' we have only to qucte from our contemporary, the Ho hart "Mercury," which speaks in the most glowing terms:"The mounting is little -honit of :osonishing, notably a scene in the British entrenchment near L?- :-.?ith, with the guns in position and the nurses and ambulance wagons '?"', by, which was wonderfully realistic, especially whilst a short, sharp, and decisive engagement took place, which brought down the house. As to the acting,. the "numerous characters are well sustained. As Charles Carrington, the good-hearted but foppish unattached British officer, Mr. Alfred Dampier is firstrate, his li...

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INLAND WIRES. EDUCATIONAL. HOBART, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

INLAND WIRES. .(0om 0 OUR OWN REPIORTe.).) ':DUCATIONAL. HIOBART, Saturday. The Minister of Education (the Hon. B. S. Bird) has acceptel the r.siter of the president of the Tasmanian Tem perance Alliance (Mr. L. Lodge) of thirty double sets wall sheets, sub ject "Temperance," similar to those adopted by the Board of Education in Victoria.

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INTERCOLONIAL. TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION—COPYRIGHT. JAPANESE WOMAN MURDERED. PERTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

INTERCO LO AL. TAMA?~.NIAN P (ESS ASSOCIATION-.. COPY1:lGllT. JAPANESE WOMAN nMURDERED. PERTH, Saturday. A terrible murder took place at Onslow last evening, when a Japanese wolman named Olari-Sun, was stabbed to death by a iManillamal n named B?aldo. Thli body of the unfortunate woman was literally covered with wounds. Baldo was arrested.

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CRICKET. CONSULT A. W. BIRCHALL AND SONS FOR CRICKET MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

CRICKET. CONSULT A. W. BIRCHALL AND SONI FOR CRICKET MATERIAL. Lawrence Vale v. Ehdeavour. Endeavour-First innings, 98; second innings closed with four wickets for 78; J. Foot 26, Chas. Cartledge 14, A. Clerke 22. Bowling-First innings, A. Boyles, three for 28; H. Goodluck, five for 19; W. Cartledge, one for 3. Second innings, Claude Cartledge, one for 7. Lawrence Vale batting-First innings, 104; E. Lewis 21, G. Robertson 18, T. French 15, C. Robertson 12, J. H. Billing 11, P. Knight 8. Seconds innings, one for 34; G. Robertson 18 .not out, C. Robertson 6. Bowling--Second innings, C. Robertson, three for 34; H. Knight, one for 10. Lawrence Vale won by 6 runs on the first innings.

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PUBLIC WORKS. HOBART, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

PUBLIC WORKS. HOBART, Saturday. The following tenders have been. ac cepted': -Road through Lucas's to selec tions and Crown lands, Birch's Bay, Peter Jessen, £97 13s 10d; erection of teacher's residence, State-school, Jackey's Marsh, R. W. Stagg, £149 16s Sd. ,~I-- ,q

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ROAD TRUSTS. WESTBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

WESTBURY. The trust met at Hagley, when all the members were present. The chair man informed the trust that the special meeting of several mcmbec--s, accom panied by several ratepayers, also the member for Cressy (Mr. D. Burke). M.H.A.), met on the proposed road from Upper Li'iYey to Cluan, when the route was arranged. The road is in the Westbury district, but in the electorate of Cressy, thero fore Mr. Burke took an. interest which will enaible him to, advocate the help from the Government this important road requires. It was decided to get the road sur veyed at once; arbitration will then be arranged for the land. It vas decided that Mr. Kelly be in vited to meet the member for Cressy with the road trustees of Westbury on Westbury sale day to expiaia the pro per course of road in dispute at the Bluff'. Several contractors for work, not having commenced and their time hav ing expired, had their contracts can celled. The accounts for the month were passed, and the trust then rose.

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THE "EXAMINER" TROPHY. LAUNCESTON V. ESK. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

PTHIE "EXAMINER" TROPHY. LAUNCESTON v. ESK. The above match was concluded on the Association Ground' n Saturday afternoon, resulting in a win for the Launceston on the lrst innings by 34 runs. The E'sk cairied their score of the previous week-three for 16-to 193 before they were all disposed of, as against the 233 made by their op ponents, Westbrook and Pictet being the chief contributors with 90 and 48 respectively. Of the Launceston bowlers Savigny captured six wickets at a cost of 75 runs, whilst Sams (2) and Wilson (1) were responsible for the others. With half an hour to bat the Launces ton lost three wickets for 30 runs, one being run out, and Gardner taking the other two. Scores:- LAUNCES?TON. First innings .................... 233 Second Innings. J. T. Conway, rui out ............ 1 N. Ritchie, b Gardner ........ ..... 12 T. Douglas, c Pictet, b Gardner ... 9 J. Betts, not out ................. 8 Total for three wickets ...... 30 Bowling Analysis.--A. H. Pickett, 36 balls, 2...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

A Blessing in Disguise is often a pleasant surprise, especially when it brings us relief from pain. Holloway's Ointment will be found to fullil both these conditions to those who have faith in its merits. Its success induced the medical profession td introduce it into the hospitals and their private practice, and in many instances whore the sufferer was considered Inucur, able, Holloway's Ointment, in conjunction with his Pills, healed the most desperate cases. They are also unequalled for the cure of scrofula, scurvy, and all diseases or the skin, and the cures they effect are no. temporary or imperfect, for by their purify ing powers they bring about a marvellous aal beneficial change In the whole system.

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WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA. DEFENCE OF LADYSMITH. SATURDAY WEEK'S CASUALTIES THE OFFICIAL LIST. TOTAL NUMBER 420. COLONEL DICK CUNYNGHAM KILLED. LORD AVA AMONGST THE SLAIN. GENERAL BULLER'S MOVEMENTS. SORTIE FROM MAREKING. DEATH OF TWO OFFICERS. AT THE ENEMY'S LOOPHOLES. DEPARTURE OF LONDON VOLUNTEERS. A SPLENDID SEND-OFF. TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.—COPYRIGHT. SITUATION IN NATAL. SUPPLIES IN LADYSMITH. LONDON, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.. DEFENCE OF LADYSMITH. SATURDAY WEEK'S CASUALTIES THE OFFICIAL LIST. TOTAL NUMBER 420. COLONEL DICK CUNYNGHAM KILLED. LORD AVA.AMONGST THE SLAIN. GENERAL BULLER'S MOVE MENTS. SORTIE FROM MAFEKING. DEATH OF TWO OFFICERS. AT THE ENEMY'S LOOPHOLES. DEPART URE OF LONDON VOLUNTEERS. A SPLENDID SEND-OFF. ,TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.-COPYRIGHT. SITUATION IN NATAL. SUPPLIES IN LADYSMIT?I. LONDON, Jan. 12. A satisfactory report has been re ceived from Ladysmith as to the quantity and quality of the provisions aigallable. The bread and meat, it states,are good and plentiful.

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LATROBE ELECTORATE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

LAITROBE EitECTORATE. (To the Editor.) Sir,-There is a certain amount of discussion just now as to whether it is advisable to bring forward a candi date to contest the Latrobe seat at the general election. The circumstances that led Mr. Murray to resign for La trobe in order to make way for Mr. Aikenhead, whom he had on a former ocaasioa op posed for the same roasiitui:nny, were somewhat peculiar. A feeling of sympathy was at the last contest ex tended towards Mr. Aikenhead, leading, to his being returned by a large ma jority against a local representative, whilst the country candidate came in a bad third. The first question to con sider is whether Mr. Aikenhead has justified the confidence of the electors. Considering that. he was the victim of an Electoral Act, through which, in public opinion, he was hardly dealt with; it is strange that he appears to have taken no action last session when the act was under revision to have the clause amended which made him liable for the indiscr...

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LONGFORD WATER SUPPLY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900

LONGFORID WATER, SUPPLY. (To the Editor.) Sir,-In Mr. M'Mahon's reply his mis representations are such as tr? require some further consideration. As he says, I was well aware that the water was to be takcn from the mill-race, and have the sewer diverted; that was in accord with the resolution on which. the ,oto was taken, and I of course as sisted. When, however, the Municipal Council refused to shift the sewer in stead of attempting to carry out the alternative, as a.greed with the rate payers in the resolution, I had cause to suspect that something very different was afoot. Then only did I refuse to sign the guarantee for overdraft, and, besides, determined to see clause 55 of the act strictly adhered to and the agreement with the ratepayers honestly carried out. If the intake were marked on the plans alright, why were they sent back from Hobart for correction? and whatever alterations were then made the plans so altered were not shown at the trust meeting. This ends my correspond...

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