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A MINISTER FOR THE FRONT. REFUSED PERMISSION BY THE BISHOP. BUT RELIES ON A HIGHER POWER. A PRESENTATION. ZEEHAN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
A MINISTER FOR THE FRONT. REFUSED PERMISSION BY THE BISHOP. BUT RELIES ONA HIGOHER POWER. A PRESENTATION. ZEE-HAN, Sunday. After the usual evening service at the Church of England, Hon. A. ýMorrisby. M.L;C., on behalf. of the sub scribers, prrsented the Rev. D. N. Hunter with purse of sovereigns on the eve of lis departure for South Africa. Mr. Iunter thanked heartily all who had' tken part in the presnta tion, and stat he had offeredi his ser vices, some time ago, believing he could be of use to tie Tasmanian unit. He was surprised to receive a wire -.on Saturday even ng .from, Bishop Mont gomery, refusi g him permission to go. He had, how ver, made all prepara tions, distribu ed his goods;, and' would if necessary re y on a higher power. He leaves by the overland route to-mor row.
STOCK AND SHARE MARKETS SATURDAY, JANUARY 13. Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
S'T iCK A.)D S i1ARE ,1A LKR ETS SATURDAY, 'JANUARY 13. Sales. Launceston Stock Exchange.-Gold--"New Pinafore, 2s; New Monarch, 2s 9d (nine sales); White Pinafore, 2s. Miscellaneous Red Hills, 2s Sd. Tin-Ringarooma Dredg ing, 2s. City Stock Exchange.-Gold-Hunkin, 57s Gd; New Monarch, 2s 10d. Hobart Stock Exchange.-Miscellaneous Mount Black Proprietary, 2s 3d; Red Hills, 2s 11d. Closing Quotations. (Launc'st'nl City I Hobart 1 oc Stock I S ock I Stock [ Exchangc.jExchange.jExchange. I. R.I BI 9. a.I R . Gold. Federal .. - /4 - - - Do. pd. - /8 - - - - Hunkin" .. - - 55/ 64/ - - U. Wond'r /2 - /2 /4 - - Mabel .... /9 - - - Do. pd. 1/5 1/7 - - - - .Moonlig't /2 - /2 /4 - - N. P'fore 2/ 2/4 2/ - 2/ 2/6 N. Mon'h 2/9 2/9/ 2/9 2/10 2/10 - C. Ringa rooma .. - - 1/10 - - - Tasm'nia 105/ 109/ - 110/ 100/ - A. We 't 1/6 - 1/6 - - - Do. pd. 2/6 2/10 2/6 - - - North .. /9- - - Volunt'r . /2 /4 /2 /3 /1 /4 East .... - - - /2 - - White Pinafore, 2/ 2/3 1/7/ 2/3 Do. pd.' 1/112/4 - - - - Silver. I B...
UNION COMPANY'S STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
UNION COMPANY'S STEAMERS. Inward. - From Melbourne: - Friday, Pateena, s., due at 1 p.m. Ae Devonport -Thursday, Penguin, s., due. At Hobart Friday, Tara~'era, s., due. From Syd ney:-Wednesday, Wakatipu, s., due at 4 p.mn At Hobart-To-day, Oonah, s., ex pected.. From New Zealand:-At Hobart Friday, Mokolia, s., duo. Outward.-For Melbourne:-To-morrow, Pateena, s., leaves at 2 p.m. From Hobart-Friday, Mokoia, s., leaves. From Devonport-To-day, Penguin, s., leaves. For Sydney: - Friday, Wakatipu, s., leaves. From Hobart-To-morrow, Oonah, s., leaves. For New Zealand:-From Ho bart--Friday, Tarawera, s., leaves.
COASTERS—INWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
COASTIRS- INWARD. Jan. 1J4-Yamibacoona, s., 200 tons, J. Anthon, from King Island via the N.W. Coast ports. Passengers, seven. Cargo 51 fat cattle, 55 sheep, hides, and sun dries. Jan. 13-Dorset, s., 120 tons, W. Ifolyman, from the N.W. Coast ports. Passengers, 15. Cargo-777 bags tin ore and sundries. Jan. 14-Star, s., 85 tons, J. S. Chapmans from the Straits islands. Passengers, nine. Cargo--S6 bl wool, 24 bags tin ore, 6 head cattle, and sundries. Jan. 14-W-areatea,' s., 400 tons, R. F. Harris, master, from Strahan direct. Pas sengers, 10. Cargo-Empty casks and sundries.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
IF YOU WANT . • . STERLING VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY! You must go to PEPPER & PERRIN'S. In OUR SHOWROOM You will see a largo stock of all the Newest Goods. LADIES' COSTUMES. COAT AND SKIRTS. THIS PEERESS- Tailor-made, smartly cut, in navy, fawn, and grey serge coating; coat braided, velvet collar, 15/6. TIE-I EM1PRESS Navy blue cloth coat and skirt, cost fastened invisibly down the front, vol vet collar, 22/6. THE QUEEN- A stylish costume in electric blue cloth, prettily braided with black, lined silk, 22/6, 25/-. THE DUCHESS A very smaro costuame in black and write check skirt, black coat, revers and cuffs to match skirt, 25/-, 30/-. tHEI PRINCESS A stylish costume in plain green cloth, with rows of stitching, and beautifully lined with shot silk, 29/6. THEI LAWN A useful coat and skirt in fawn, heather mixture, double-breasted coat, finished with smoked pearl, buttons, lined silk, 40/-. THEI BLOCK A; very handsome gown In 'white muslin, in the new flare-shaped skirt, Tandyked f...
GOOD ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
GOOD ADVICE. "'When you have a pain in the stomach take Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy; it will soon ease the pain; I know it is good' was the advice my brother gave me one day when calling at my house, and found me suffering from acute pains in the stomach and continual diarrhoea," says Henry Lankester, a well-known merchant at Simon's Town. "I promptly took his advice, and my faith in Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy is now as strong as his. I always recommend it to my friends when they have need of such a remedy." Sold by all dealers. Large size, 3s, small 1s Gd. Hatton and Laws, wholesale agents, Launces ton.*--.
CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
CLEARDiD OUT. Jan. 12-Coogee, s., 1000 tons, F. Carring ton, commander, for Melbourne. Passen gers:-Saloon-Mesdames Mortlock, M. E. Robinson, J. Connolly, J. Finan, Ogilvie, and child, Young, Lewis, F. G. Sale, Thompson, Parry, Jackson, Lucy; Misses Keenen, Morraw, Ogilvie, Lewis, I. Rene ham, K. Reneham, M. Mahon, Jackson, E. Laby, F. Laby, Wynyard, Thompson (2), E. Good: Messrs. Mortlock, H. Rider, W. H. Dooley. Finch, J. C. Curnow, C. H. Sippe, H. P. Sugden, J. Griffiths, sen., J. Fowler, J. Sternley, Brown, Milwood, F. G. Sale, Serpell, Robertson, J. Burton, Gibbs, E. M. Drew, J. L: Berry, G. A. Goods, J. Grif fiths, Jun., Poole, I. G. Foster, Ford, T. Boyd, K. Dear, AM. J. Walsh, T. Kirkwcod; Masters Jameson (2); and 15 in the steer age.
INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
INWARDS. Jan. 14-Pateena, s., 1250 tons, J. V. Bentley, commander, from Melbourne. Pas sengers:-Saloon-Mesdames A. Babington and infant, Henry Simpson, Connor, Lang ford, Talbot and infant, Liddle, W. Harper, P. Wilson and child, Bayles, A. Riddall, J. E. Lee, Harting. Duff; Misses Langford (2), Simpson, G. Howard, Liddle, Mills, Mulcair, Wilkie, L. King, Steane, Botton, Bayles (2), Osborne, Duffy, Hardman, Duffy, Duckett (2), Spurling, Langley (2), Duff, Culligan; Justice Simpson; Rev. Hender son; Dr. Nurrill; Sister Audrey; Messrs. Henry Waller, Allen., Wells, A. Jeffrey, W. Ta&lbot, Jacobs, Widdicombe, Allison, M. !Henry, P. Wilson, J. Dabb, L. Faul, C. H. liggleston, G. B. Christie, A. Westbrook, E. J. Jacobs, J. Murphy, C. Morris, A. Brown, W. Bayles, A. Gillespie, J. Piper, 'A. n. Sutton, M. R. Howard, A. Riddall, 'W. Boys, E. Wood, I. Partridge, H. Ram say, W. Shepherd, Harper, D. A. Aiken, J. E. Lee, Harling, Swan, W. A. Downie, J. M. Lord, M'Clean, Cunan,, M. Irelan...
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
SHIPPINGi High Water.--To-day, 0.16 a.m., 0.45 p.m. !ib-morrow, 1.17 a.m., 1.43 p.m. !,oon.-Full moon, 16th inset, Sh. 7min. 36sec. a.m. Last quarter, 24th inst., 9h. 52min. 54sec. a.m. New moon, 31st inst., llh. 22min. 36sec. a.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
Auction Sales. THE TASMANIAN WOOLGROW ERS' AGENCY CO., LIMITED, FORTHCOZIING SALES. AT WOOL STORES every Friday at 11.30-Sheepskins, furred skins, hides, and wool. NEWSTEAD-Fat and store stock, every Tuesday, at one o'clock. EVANDALE-Thursday, February 1. __- ---- SHE TASMANIAN WOOLGROW ERS' AGENCY COMPANY, LIMI flED, will sell at Newstead on Tuesday next, 16th, at half-past 12 o'clock sharp. 45HEAD STORE STEERS, 2 and 3 t years old, quiet, good colours, well grown, and high condition.' Also, at usual hour, 70PRIME FA'I CROSSBRED 0 SHEEP-Brambletye [lPRIME CROSSBREDS-Campbell / Town 40 prime lambs-Deddington 40 prime lambs-Lilydale 100 prime Merino wethers--Pisa LI-L-L'1'? R.. WV T. BELL AND CO., LIMITED. - FOP,THCOMING SALES. NEWSTEAD-Fat and store stock, every Tuesday, at 1 o'clock. MART-Property, every Monday. STORES-Sheep and furred ekln", wool, etc., every Friday, at 2.15 p.m.; and at same place at nunu. carcase pork. HORSES, PIGS, CARCASE PORK end PRODUCE of all descriptions E...
CORNWALL DISTRICT, M.U. QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
CORN WALL DISTRICT, IE U. QUARTERLY MEETING. The quarterly meeting of the above was held at the Loyal Bischoff lodge room, Oddfellows' Hall, Waratah, on Wednesday, for the transaction of general district business. Officers pre sent-P.G.M. W. G. Beal, P.D.G.M. H. J. M. Payne, Pro. Cor. Sec. 0. T Cur ran. Delegates from lodges-West bury, P. G. G. Scott; Pride. of the West, P.G. J. R. Hart (proxy); Latrobe, P.G. F. Richards, P.E. Sec. L. Atkinson; Bischoff, G.M. C. W. Donaldson, N.G. S. C. Coundon, P.G. B. Oakley, Permna nent Secretary P. Mathews; Cornwall, P.P.G.Ms. D. Storrer, I-. R. Fraser, J. L. Doolan, P.G. W. A. Solomon, G.M. A. C. Ferrall, P.P.G.M. H. Tuclk (proxy); Clarendon, P.P.G.M. H. Crawford, G.M.' J. D. Bell, A.G. A. Gunton, Permanent Secretary S.B. Bowen; Macquarie, P.Gs. H. Iblbotsom, .' J. Williams; Rose of Sheffield, P.G. J. B. Mason, Permanent Secretary W. Jeffrey; Midland Star, Peermanent Secretary J. Neighbour; Beaconsfield, P.G. R. W. Wood; Wel lington, P.G. JT. J...
PRO-BOERS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
PRO-BOERS.. (To the Ediitor.) Sir,-We have apparently amongst us some who do not approve of the pre sent outburst of loyalty, and will con c-- tl!:. rot o u!l:cribe to any of the war relief funds that are being raised, :. I would. therefore, suggest that they might ease their consciences by suLzcribing for a monument to be erected at Hobart to the designer of the new postage stamps, which are largely asthetic, b.eautifull)y coloured, purely local, and, last but not least,uncontami nated by Queens' heads or any other rubbishring signs of Imperialism. Yours, etc.. ADVANCE TASMANIA.
CURRENT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
CURRENT TOPICSS Band Concert.-St. Joseph's Band occupied the rotunda in the Qity Park last evening, and submitted a capital programme of music, to the exceeding pleasure of a large gathering of promenaders. Excursion.-The steamer Agnes ran an excursion to Rosevears yesterday afternoon, and, the weather being fine, had a full complement of passengers. Departure was taken from the wharf at 2.30 p.m., and. after an enjoyable outing she returned shortly after 6 o'clock.. On Furlough.-The Rev. W. G. Marsh, of St. Luke's Anglican Church, Whitmore, Adelaide, and formerly general secretary of the Y.M.C.A. at Melbourne, arrived in Launceston on Friday. He recently had a severe at tack of influenza, and is on furlough for a few weeks for the benefit of his health. Farewell Meetings.-At the Salvation Army Barracks yesterday farewell meetings to Adjutant Knight were held, and the building on each occasion was crowded. Adjutant Knight, who has been transferred to Hobart, will be succeeded by Adj...
DEFENCE OF LADYSMITH. THE CASUALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
DEFENCE OF LADYSMITH. THE CASUIALTIES. The following is the official list ofi the casualties at Ladysmith on Satur day last: - Killed. Officers .................. 15 Rank and file ............ 135 Wounded. Officers .................. 26 Rank and file ............ 244 The fifteen officers killed included: Lieutenant-Colonel William Henry Dick Cunyngham, V.C, of the Gordon -lighlanders. Earl of Ava, eldest son of the Marquis of DufTerin and Ava, and for merly a lieutenant in the 17th Lancers. Major Robert Searlett Bowen, of the Royal Rifle Corps. Captain Digby Mackworth, of the Queen's Royal Wrest Surrey Regiment. Major Claude Charles Miller-Wall nutt, of the Gordon Highlanders. The oflicers wounded included:- Major Karri Davis, of the Imperial Light Horse. Surgeon Hornabrook.
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. Tamar Heads.-Arrlved--14th, 3.31 p.m., Pateena, s., from Melbourne; 2.30 p.m., Yamibacoona, s., from King Island; 5 a.m., Star, s., from the Straits islands; 7.15 p.m., Wareatea, s., from Strahan; 6.15 a.m., Triumph, kt., from the N.W. Coast; 5.55 p.m., Lizzie Taylor, kt., from Adelaide. Sailed-13th, 1 a.m., Amy, s., for the "N.W. Coast; 5.18 p.m., Coogee, s., for Mel bourn.. I , Hobart.-Arrived-13th, 4.65 a.m., Pen guin, s., from Melbourne; 12 p.m., Moura, s., from Sydney; 4 p.m., Tarawera, s., from New Zealand; 4.10 p.m., Warrentinna, s., from Launceston via East Coast. Sailed 13th, 3.30 a.m., H.M.S. Karrakatta, for a cruise; 2.20 p.m., Penguin, s., for Mel bourne via N.W. Coast ports. Strahan.-Arrived-13th, 1 a.m., Warea tea, s., from Launceston; 6 a.m., Kawatiri, s., from Melbourne; 8 a.m., Meeinderry, s., from Devonport; 2 p.m., Kia Ora, s., from N.W. Coast ports; 14th, 8.5 a.m., Penguin, s., from Hobart, off the Heads. Sailed 13th, 3 p.m., Mahinapua, s., ...
COASTAL STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
COASTAL STEAMERS. Outward.-To-day, Wareatea, s., leaves for Strahan at 2 p.m.; Star, s., leaves for Straits islands via Boobyalla at 6 p.m.; Yambacoona, s., for N.W. Coast ports at 7 p.m,. To-morrow, Dorset, s., for the N.W. Coast ports, leaves at 7 p.m. Coogee, s., left for Melbourne on Satur day with 73 passengers and 100 tons of general cargo, and entered Port Phillip Heads at 7.25 a.m. yesterday. She leaves Melbourne on the return trip at 3 p.m. to-morrow, and is expected to arrive here on Wednesday morning. Dorset, s., left Stanley at 8 p.mms on Thursday, called at Burnie, and arrived at Devonport on Friday afternoon. Left again at 9.20 a.m. on Saturday, entered Tamar Heads at 11.40 a.m., and arrived at the wharf at 4.30 p.m. Light variable winds and smooth sea were experienced during the run. She is now receiving cargo, and sails on the return trip at 7 p.m. to-morrow. Eddystone.-One of the Union Company's steamers passed north of Eddystone Point at 3.5 p.m. yesterday. H.M.S. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
DEMPSTERS SUMMER SALE .. WILL START THIS DAY, THE 13th JANUARY. THE 13th JANUARY. THE 13th JANUARY. WE DON'T WANT TO TELL YOU That you can gdt two pound notes for a sovereign, or any of those worn-out chestnuts. LADIES, you all know that you san get' genuine, up-to-date, reliable., DRAPERY AT ti VERY LOW RATE. YOU KNOW THERED ARE BARGAINS IN THE DRESS DEPART MENT. BARGAINS IN THE SILK DEPARTMENT. BARGAINS IN THE PRINT DEPART MEINT. BARGAINS IN THE MANCHESTER DE PARTMENT. BARGAINS IN THE MANTLE DEPART MENT. BARGAINS IN THE MILLINERY BDE PARTMENT. BARGAINS IN THIE UNDERCLOTHING DEPARTMENT. BARGAINS IN THE BOOT DEPART MENT. BARGAINS IN THE CROCKERY DE PARTMENT. BARGAINS IN THE LACE DEPART MENT. BARGAINS IN THE RIBBON DIiEPART., MENT. BARGAINS IN THE GLOVE DEPART MENT. BARGAINS IN THE HOSIERY DEPART MENT. BARGAINS IN THE CLOTHING DEPART MENT. BARGAINS IN THE CARPET DEPART MENT. BARGAINS IN THE FURNISHING DE PARTME'NT. REMEMBER ! REMEMBER! REMEMBER ! THIS DAY ! THIS DAY ! THIS DAY! THR 1...
HORSE SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
HORSE SICKNESS. The cable brought word that horse sickness had broken out in Natal. Coming at this time of the year, and in the face of the war we are engaged in, the news is of a serious nature. Some curious opinions have been published in the papers on the nature of &nbsp; the disease and its likely remedies, but we have a reliable data to go upon in the results of the Cape Government enquiry held as early as 1854, and continued &nbsp; in subsequent years by the principal &nbsp; bacteriologists of South Africa. &nbsp; Horse-sickness, or "paard ziekte," as it is called by nearly all the agriculturists in the Cape Colony, Natal, the Transvaal, and Orange Free State, is a deadly &nbsp; epizootic disease. It is always evident, says an exchange, in some places. &nbsp; and now and then it breaks out extensively, and. does fearful ,damage. It &nbsp; is most prevalent in summer, but disappears on the advent of winter. Heavy &...
OUR "TOMMY ATKINS" FUND. "HE'S AN ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR." 3454 SHILLINGS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 15 January 1900
OUR "TOMMY WATKINS" FUND. "HE'S AN ABSENT -MINDED BEGGAR." 3454 SHILLINGS RECEIVED. Now just another "tiger" as you send your "divvies" on, To help us fill our little tambourine; And just a thought for those that's left - a tear for him who's gone - That absent-minded "Soldier of the Queen." He's a poor old Tommy Atkins, and he's miles across the sea, With nothin' but a heap o' stone to mind him; And he asked when he was dying that his mates - that's YOU and ME - Would mind the girl that Tommy's left behind him. Already acknowledged ... £163 16 8 Boswell, 1s; A. W. Pywell, 1s; R. E. Bohmann, 1s; F. Croft, 1s; Hemerton, 2s 6d; Tom Tarrant Hoskins, 2s; A. E. Jones, 1s: G. Flowers, 1s; C. G. H., 1s; Thos. Tyler, 1s; T. K. Archer, 1s; T. Loone, 1s; H. Scott Huett, as; A Friend, 1s; Subscriber, 1s; D. C. Gibson, 1s; Fanny Gibson, 1s; Cora Gibson, 1s; Roy Gibson, 1s; A. Waddington, 1s; Mrs. M. A. Hall, 1s; Vincent Newton, 1s; F. L. Beveridge, 1s; T. Plumbridge, 1s; Thos. Barker, 1s; Frank...