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CHILDREN'S PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
CHlILDREN'S PATRIOTIC IJUND. "There's the girl he married secret, and the 'kiddie' on her knee, We can see them miles away across the main, Waiting anxiously for 'daddy,' who is out for YOU and ME- May the God of Battles guard him home again!. IHe may be absent-minded, but he loves her none the less It's Tommy's way, no matter where you ,find him; .When he heard his country calling-why, he trusted us to guess The way he'd left his little things behind him." [This fund has been started in com pliance with the request of a corre spondent whose letter appeared in the "Children's Column" of Saturday "Exa minor," asking that the young people of Tasmania should send in. their "pennies or sixpences" to help the "little things" T'omniy has left behind him.1 Marjorie and Essie Gregory .. £0 1 0
FEELING IN CANADA. THE PREMIER'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
FEELING IN CANADA. TIl-I PREMIER'S STATEMENT. Right Ilon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Pre mier of Canada, speaking at Sher brooke, a city in Quebec, declared that tho volunteer movement had sprung from the spontaneous will of the people, and the colonies were voluntarily sup porting the motherland in her present crisis. If, he asserted, the Transvaal had granted to settlers religious and politi cal liberty similar to that enjoyed in the Dominion the war would never h;avo occurred,
CITY VOLUNTEERS. DEPARTURE FOR THE CAPE. A MAGNIFICENT SEND-OFF. Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
CITY VOLUNTEERS. DEPARTURE FOR THE CAPE. A MAAGNIFICENT SEND-OFF. Jan. 13. Great interest was taken over the de ?lpatch of the volunteers for service in South Africa. Last night leading volunteers at tended the Benchers' supper at the Inner Temple, where patriotic speeches were made. Outside the buildings immense, crowds gathered, and as the men were returning to barracks they were cheered. Many of them were carried shoulder high. During the night people took up points of vantage along the route, and at dawn the streets were packed. Tremendous enthusiasm, was dis played as the troops marched through the city. At the Guildhall 500 of the Lord Mayor's volunteers were presented with the freedom of the city. 'The troops attended at St. Paul's Cathedral, where a service Was held. At the railway station the scene was a wild one, the people waving flags, hats, handkerchiefs, and cheering for some time. Along the line to Southampton every. mark of respect was paid to the depart ing troops. ...
BUSHMEN'S CORPS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
BUSHMEN'S CORPS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. Announcement that the Government is prepared to pay half the cost of rais ing the bushmen's corps for South Africa caused Captain Bridges, R.N., to donate a cheque of £1250 to the fund. HOBART, Saturday. In reply to a cable message from the Premier of New South Wales, the Pre mier (Hon. N. E. Lewis) wired-"We cannot raises a sufficient number of men, good shots, with suitable horses to pro ceed to South Africa as a separate corps; but some men are anxious to go. As you are organising a corps of bushmen, would you consent to enrol volunteers from this colony? If so, how many and under what condi tions?"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
ARE ARRIED I NOT, NOW IS THE TIME TO UY GOODS INN A T L U DBIPATION. ARE YOU M[ARRIED ! IF NOT, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY GOODS IN ANTICIPATION. DRESSES. Double-width Fancy Dress Tweeds, usually, 5/11 dress, Sale price 2/11. Double-width Twill Drhess Tweeds, Sale price 3/11. Ali Wool Black and Navy Coating Serges, usually 1/6 yard, to clear at 11/d. Coloured Wool Coating Serges, reduced. to 10%od. Coloured Wool Coating Serges, wore 1/11, reduced to 1/4/. Black and Navy Coating Serges, were 2/11, reduced to 1/11. Black Figured Lustres, ordinary price 1/6, now 91Ad. Black Figured Lustres, usual price 2/6, now 1/9. Pure Wool Black Voile. Cloth, 2/6 yard, Sale price 1/i9. Coloured Cashmeres, worth 1/6, Sale price, 101/d. Black Delaine, all wool, to clear 6d yard. Black Cashmere, 101d yard. Black Lace Cloth, all wool, Sale price 1/6. Nun's Veiling, black and all colours,p sold elsewhere 1/3, 1/6; our price, all 91d. Remnants will be cleared out regcrdless of price. PRINTS AND MUSLINS. Good ...
THIRD FEDERAL CONTINGENT. HOBART, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
THIIRID P :fDERAL CONTINGEN'. HOBART, Saturday. The Pmrmier (Hon. N. E. Lewis) has replied to Acting Premier Dickson (Q.) as folly:v?;:- -"Re your telegram of the 9th, th'.t .your Government are strongly. of opitno tIhat troops from Australia a.nd N±:,w Z,%^.land for service in South Africa shb?on, be increased to 5000, I am! not prepa:red at present to advise a further increase from this colony, but 'khould evenuts happen demanding fur :ther aid ft!om t:_? colonies this colony will gladly co-opl(rate with the other colonies in; sading additional troops."
BOER TREATMENT OF ROMAN CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
BOER TREATM?IENT OF ROMAN CATHOLICS. Mr. Augustine S. De La Hunt writes to the "Cape Times":-All Roman Catholics must have read with plea sure the article you published on Mon day last headed "Kruger and Roman Catholics," wherein a letter from the pen of Father J. J. O'Reilly also ap pears, which; refutes some false state ments a certain Wexford organ-and in fact many other Irish papers--delights in serving up to stimulate the palate of their readers. It is extraordinary what ignorance prevails regard the "slim" ways of the "arme and homely Booer" (vide Olive Schreiner), and it does seem late in the day to say any thing further, but rather to let the "gentlemen in khaki" settle the ques tion in hand; yet withal the words from Father O'Reilly, who has lived for about twenty years in South Africa, and who speaks by the book, are most opportune and' worth consideration. The disabilities which the Roman Catholics and Jews laiboured under in the Kruger regime, let me inform the scribe on...
COMMERCIAL. ROLPH AND YOUNG. Accountants and Trade Assignees, etc., A.M.P. Society Chambers. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
C~ M1 ERCIAL ROLPH AND YOUNG. &cnountants and Trade Assignees, ete., L.M.P. Society Chambers. Among the cargo of the steamer Coogee for Mlelbourne yesterday were 405 bags of bark, 119 bags of barley, and 240 bags of oats. STOCK AND PRODUCE REPORTS. Messrs. W. T. Bell and Co., Limited, report:-The produce. market during the week has been' but fairly active. Grain is unaltered in price, with a very good demand for good stout oats. Wheat is treated with an amount of indifference. Rye has received some little enquiry. For this latter, :ike grass-seeds, we would ad vise vendors to place them upon the mar ket at the earliest date possible, as the =bt demand exists prior to and during the earliest autumn rains. Last season the bulk of these lines arrived altogether too late for sowing. EargLv potatoes are not forward yet in anything like large quantity, but still in quite sufficient lots to supply all requirements. Fruit and berries of all sorts, as well as early stone fruits, are ...
WOOL SALES. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
WOOL SALES. SYDNEY, Saturday. Durin.g the week the market showed a decline as compared with the rates ruling prior to the Christmas recess. Good greasies were 14d to %d easier, and heavy. unskirted, and inferior-grown, fully ld lower. Scoureds sold best at a reduction of about %d. A considerable irregularity was noticeable, and withdrawals on account of owners' reserves were numerous. Greasy sold to 15%d; washed fleece, to 19ld; scoured, to 29%d. The principal sales of Tasmanian, wools were as follow:--Greasy-Zelwood, 14%d; Crado, 14%d; Ashgrove, 14¼d; Calvert, 140fd. Of the 31,000 bales offered for the week 24,000 bales sold.
MR. POTTS'S PROGRAMME. THE DETAILED ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
MiR. PO'1rs'S P1LOGIR?A IE.. THE DETAILED ARR-ANGEdMENTS' Mr. G. M. Barnard has received from the Secretary of the Department of Ag riculture a letter conveying the Minis. ter's approval to the detail programme for the Tasmanian tour of Mr. W. 1H. Potts, the Victorian dairy expert. Ac according to it Mr. Potts will arrive and lecture in. Launceston on Wednes day. Next day he will leave by thb first train from Ulverstone and go on. by coach to Burnie, where he will be met by Mr. A. Monnington, and will lecture that evening. On the 19th Mr. Potts proceeds to Wynyard, accom panied, it is presumed, by Mr. Mon.. iington, where, as no branch board ex ists;.Mr. C. B. M. Fenton has been com municated with. He returns to Ulver stone on the 20th to lecture, and Mr. Wing, hon. secretary, has been asked to assist. Mr. Potts will remain a.t Ulverstone for Sunday, and leave by first train on Monday, the 22nd, for Deloraine, Mr. Allen having consented to be present to receive'him. On the 23rd Mr. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
Florists and Seedasnen. F L O W D I S HO W. A fine display of choice orchids, gloxinias, and foliage plants, etc., now on view at my nursery, inspection invited, and can be seen during the cool evenings. Having the largest nursery, and best stock of general plants in Tasmania, there Is always something of interest to be seen., Palms, ferns, baskets of plants, and ferns in great variety. Turnip and Swede seed for late sowings, best varieties. Jadoo liquid will fertilise your pot plants, roses, or vege tables better than any other. Once used always'used. Full particulars post free on application how to use it. Price, 5s per bushel,25s per bale, cheaper in larger quan tities. F. WARKER, Sandhill. Tel. 71. Shipping ;.. UNION LINE OF STEAMERS LAUNCESTON TO MELBOURNE. PATEENA I Tues. J Jan. 16. 2 p.m. PATEENA 1 Sat. j Jan. 20. 3 p.m. MELBOURNE TO LAUNCESTON. PAT.EENA j Thurs, I Jan. 18. 4 p.m. SPAT'iENA I Tues. Jan. 23. Noon! Return tickets available for six months, and for return by Coog...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
DEATHS. CROCKER.—On the 13th January, at his residence, 20 Claremont-street, Henry Crocker, in his 67th year. GUNN.—On the 13th January, at the resi- dence of his brother-in-law, H. W. Tuck, 245 Charles-street, third son of the late Henry Gunn, of Brisbane-street, in his 48th year. FUNERAL NOTICES. The funeral of the late Malcolm Gunn will leave H. W. Tuck's residence, 245 Charles-street, at 4 p.m. on Tuesday.—D. STORRER, Undertaker, St. John and York streets. The funeral of the late Mr. Henry Crocker will leave his late residence, 20 Claremont-street, on Tuesday, 15th inst., at 3 p.m., for the General Cemetery.— HILLS, Undertaker. I.O.G.T.—The members of the Dawn of Hope Lodge and members of sister lodges are requested to follow the remains of our deceased Brother Gunn, which leave his sister's (Mrs. Luck) residence, Upper Charles-street, on Tuesday, the 16th inst., at 4 p.m. sharp.—H. J. GODWIN, C.T. of Dawn of Hope Lodge. IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of our dear mother, who depa...