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POLITICAL. RINGAROOMA ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900
POLiTICAL. RINGAROOMA ELECTORATE. Mr. G. Salier writes:-"I am glad to see there is a prospect of Mr. Henry Button coming forward for Ringa rcoma. I feel sure all cur best men will support him, especialy as I learn heo has now the leisure to devote to the constituency in the same honourable manner in which he has conducted his. paper. I will do all I can for him." SPRINGFIELD, Monday. The electors of Springfield ard cur rounding districts read with perfect complacency Mr. W. J. ; -iliarus': notification in the "lxxaminer" to the ffelct that he did not intend to solicit the support of the Ringarooma electors. HIo would not have had a hundred to -one show of again representing the district. The electors. almost to a man, Intend supporting Mr. S. Hawkes, their old ald tried member.
FEDERATION. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900
FEDERATION. SYDNEY, Monday. Premier Lyne is arranging a con ference of Premiers, with a view of appointing an Australian delegation to the Imperial Government to explain the Commonwealth Bill. He regrets the action of the Victorian Government in forcing the matter by appointing Mr. Deakin, and( adds he most certainly nominates Mr. Barton to represent New South Wales. Mr. Dyne received telegrams from the Premiers of South Australia and Queensland, agreeing to a conference being held' at Sydney, and he is only awaiting a reply from' the Preimer of Tasmania before fixing a date for the meeting, which will take place within the next few days.
THE QUEENSLANDERS. FORTUNATE DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900
TH'IE QUEENSLAND1ERS. I FORTUNATE DISCOVERY. Colonel Ricardo was sent at the head of his Queenslanders to dislodge a force which was holding a kopje. 'The men proceeded'to carry .out their mission, but just as the order to fire was about to be given it was discovered that the de'fenders of the hill were the Victorians. It is explained that-the men wore hats similar to those used by the Booers, and this caused them to be regarded as the enemy.
IS HE SCOTCH? [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900
IS 13"2HE SCOTCH? Has General Joubert Scotch blood in his veins? The Rev. W. S. Matheson, of the Free Church Manse, Galashiles,. thinks he. has. -Mr. Matheson selects as the basis of his, "presumption" what at first promises the least effective line of argument-the etymological charac ter of the name which everybody has been explaining as proof of French origin. Mere is Mr. Matheson's hnote: --"From an old family document I have learned that after the establishment of the Reformed faith in Scotland,.in 1560, several Inverness-shire Roman Catholic families emigrated because of their re ligion, to France., Among them were Cuthbert's, who, Gallicised their names in a. variety of ways-Gobert, Jobert, Goubert, and Joubert. So the -brave French Hugnenot Biner general may have Scotch blood in his veins. What strengthens the presumption is the well-authenticated fact that these Cutb bert's had' close association, with France, and gave it one of its great financiers in the person of Colbert....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900
Qld ladies everywhere take great pleasure in relieving suffering, and in their quiet way do much goo:l. Their long experience has taught them just what to do, and their advice is always worthy of attention. In a recent let ter M. F. Brasher, of Conway, Union r^"i-h. Ta.. T.S.A., savs:--"Through the kindness of an old lad]y I came in :)ossesrion of a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic. Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I find to be worth its weight in gold. I gave it to my chil dren when they were troubled with diarrhoea, e.nd it acted like a charm. It is the best medicine I ever used for children sick with diarrhoea." For sale by all dealers. Large size 3s, small is Gd. Hatton and Laws, wholesale agents, Launceston.*--3.
THE SWISS AND THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900
THE SWISS AND THE WAR. Mr. Walter Briggs writes to Mel bourne "Herald":-I beg to send you a copy of a letter which, under the above heading, appears in the "Daily Graphic" of November 21. After so much Continental Angloiphobia, it is distinctly refreshing to find that some, at all events, are prepared to do us jus tice. Although rather lengthy, I trust you will find room for it in your columns, for, with the writer, I cannot help thinking your readers will be in terested in the able defence of their country. To the Editor of the "Daily Graphic." Sie,-Now, when the press of Europe is mostly Anglopholbe, and newspapers on the Continent vie with each other in abuse of England. and in their sym pathy with the Boers, it may interest your readers to hear that here in Switzerland public opinion is steadily undergoing a change. To begin with, sympathy was' felt, and loudly ex pressed, in favouri of the Boers, who, it was claimed, were .''fighting for their liberty." and England was spoken o...
WIND AND WEATHER. Yesterday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900
WIND AND WEATHER. . Yesterday, 9 a.m. Launceston.-Bar., 29.90; ther., 67; wind N.W., light. Cloudy, fine. Tamar Heads.-Bar., 29.94; ther., 63; wind W., light. Fine, hazy. Hobart.-Bar., 29.92; ther., 59; wind E.S.E., light. Overcast, misty. Eddystone.-Wind S., fresh. Cloudy. Strahan.-Bar., 29.88; ther., 62; wind S., light. Fine, bright. Victoria.-Bar., 30.00; wind N., light. Cloudy. South Australia.-Bar., 29.90; wind N., light. Overcast, hazy. New South Wales.-Bar., 30.10; wind 1., light. Overcast. Chief Wea her Bureau, Brisbane, Jan. 15. Special forceast for Tasmania and sur \rounding regions: North to north-westerly winds, changing later to south-west; fine, but cloudy; then strong winds in squalls,"with rain and ris ing sea, under disturbance "Lata," which is now 1100 miles west from Hobart. C. L. WRAGGE, ,Government Meteorologist.
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS Amusements ................... 7 Auction Sales .................. 8 Births, Marriages, Deaths ..... 1 Business Notices ................ 8 Educational .................... 1 For Sale ........................ 1 Government ................... 8 Hotels ......................... 1 Insurance Companies ........... 8 Mining ......................... 8 Money ......................... 1 Miscellaneous .................. 1 Medical ........................ 8 Notices ........................ 1 Popular Column ................ 1 Professional Column ............. 7 Railways ....................... 7 Shipping ....................... 1 Wanted ........................ 1 Wool and Produce ........... 8 -
NOTHING EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900
NOTHING EQUAL TO CHAMBER 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 sale by all dealers. Large size 3s, small is 6d. 'Hatton and Laws, wholesale agents, Launceston.*--4. An Austrian Countess,a young widow and renowned for her beauty, met a terrible death at Vienna. She was in the habit of smoking and reading in bed. She had evidently fallen to sleep with a lighted cigarette between her fingers, and when discovered she was burned to a cinder. A landowner was fined at Sedgley on a charge of trespassing in pursuit of game. He stood on his own land and shot through the hedge, killing a pheasant in a neighbour's field. An action was entered to compel the Bank of England to houour one of the £100 note...
DELAGOA BAY. SEIZURE OF AMERICAN GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900
DEL'AGOA BAY. SEIZURE OF AMERICAN GOODS. Colonel John IHay, the American Secretary of State, recently ordered an enquiry to be made into the seizure by British warships at D)elagoa Bay of several vessels laden with American flour'. rl'he vessels were seized on the ground that they were carrying contraband of war for the Transvaal Republic. Mr. Joseph IHI. Choate, the United States Ambassador in Lo:don, was in structed by his Government to obtain redress from Great Britain for the seizure at Delagoa Bay of American flour and other goods on board 'the Beatrice, the Mashona, and the Maria. The cargo of the Maria has now been released.