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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

N OU SUYMUMER SALE BEGINS ... TO-DAY. SWEEPING .'. REDUCTIONS TO ENSURE A ... RAPID CLEARANCE. RARE BARGAINS . . IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. 7 'i:i'WE QUOTE AS MANY AS SPACE PERMITS. N'KAAY, SAMPSON, & M'KINLAY, BRISBANE-STREET. LADIES' MANTLES, The very newest of the season. YOUNG--LADIES' SILK CHIFFON AND SEQUIN CAPES, pretty, iressy, stylish, 14/6, clearing at 7/11, 18/6 at 10/6, 27/6 at 15/6, 42/- at 29/6. LADIES' FANCY CLOTH, handsomely trimmed and braided, very choice, 35s, clearing at 22/6, 39/6 at 27/6, 47/6 at 35/-, 59/6 at 42/-, 63/- at 45/-. LADIES' SILK CAPES, beautifully trimnmed with silk lace, ribbons, jet, 'etc., 10/6, clearing at 6/11, 35/- at 22/6, 39/6 at 27/6, 45/- at 32/6, 57/6 at 39/6, 95/- at 67/6. LADIES' LACE 3TMANTLES, nice full length, for elderly ladies, 22/6, clear ing at 15/6, 27/6 at 18/11, 29/6 at 19/6, 39/6 at 27/6, 49/6 at 37/6, 63/- at 42/-, 75/- at 57/6. LOVELY MILLINERY. All our Choice Millinery at Quick Clearing Prices. BONNETS, 15/6, clearing ...

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IMPERIAL PATRIOTIC FUND. RECEIPTS AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

IMPERIAL PATRIOTIC FUND. RECEIPTS' AT THE TOWN IALL. Already acknowledged ..." £788 11 0 Per. "Examiner" ......... 8 6 0 The "Examiner" ("Tommy Atkins" fund) ......... 8 18 0 £805 15 0

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TASMANIAN CONTINGENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

TASMANIAN CONTINGENT FUND. Already acknowledged' as received at Town Hall... £256 0 6 Employees of City Sur veyQr's Department ..... 3 9 £259 10 0 Received at this office, yester day-Tasmania gold mine accident contribution fund 5 0 0

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"EXAMINER" IMPERIAL PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

"EXAMINER" IMPERIAL PATRIOTIC FUND. Already acknowledged ...... ?81 12 0 Rev. C. R. Arthur ........... 1 0 0 W. H. Hclyman, jun. ........ 1 0

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NEW ZEALANDERS AT WORK. FRUSTRATING THE BOERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

NEW ZEAIAANDERS AT WORK. FRUSTRATING THE BOERS. The Boers attempted to seize an im portant position commanding Major General French's line of coznaimica tion'with Rensberg. This effort, however, was cleverly frustrated by the New Zealanders. A few of the New Zealanders re ceived slight wounds during the en gagement.

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OTHER ITEMS. DISASTER TO THE SUFFOLKS. LONDON, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

OTHER ITEMS. DISASTIR TO THE SUFFOLKS. LONDON, 'Jan. 14. All the colonial oilicers' at the front are watching .very keenly the opera tions of the army. The disaster to the 1st Battalion of the Suffolk Regiment has convinced thmcn that irregular mounted troops ought to be utilised in the hills and the infantry restricted to fighting in the 3ll!zn ..

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AVERTING INTERVENTION. PRESS ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

AVERTING INTERVEINTION. PRESS ADVICE. The "Spectator" urges the doubling of the shifts at every arsenal and ship yard and the placing of contracts with private firms at home and abroad. It also, advocates the strengthening of the navy by the, addition of en gineers, oflicers, and men, in order, to avert aun attempt at European pres sure or .intervention a few months hence.

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ON THE ENEMY'S STAFF. COURT-MARTIAL PROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

ON THE ENEMY'S STAFF. COURT-MARTIAL PROBABLE. Dr. Poffman, a member for De Aar in the Legislative Assembly, of Cape Colony, has been acting on the medical staff of the Boer army. it is probable that he will now be court-martialled.

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GREAT PRO-BRITISH DEMONSTRATION. IN THE GREEK CHAMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

GREAT PRO-I3RITISH DEMONSThRA TION. IN THE GREEK CHAMBER. In dilferent parts of the Continent sympathy is being displayed towards Great Britain. in the present crisis. In the Chamber of Deputies at Athens yesterday a great pro-British demon stration was made.

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CONTRABAND OF WAR. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

CONTRABANJD 03F WAR. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. The recent seizures of German and American vessels, on the ground that they were carrying contraband of war, has been the subject of much contro versy, and in England and on the Con tinent the matter has engaged the at tent?on of international lawyers. The law on the subject is admittedly vague, and it received lengthy consideration from the law ollicers of the Crown, with the intention that a sound precedent should be established. The American Government, whose in t.rest in the co0itroversy depends on the fact that a number of vessels con taining American , flour have been seized at Delagoa Bay, has ad'opte:d a friendly tone in dealing withi the sub ject, and has exhibited great patience while the fate of the contraband cargo is still sub judice._ Germany, which has had two vessels seized, and. one de tained, has generally adopted a judicial tone, and, public feeling is still- de scribed as "tolerant." Shippers of the goods are, however, ...

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MOUNTED GENTLEMEN. A CORPS FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

MOUNTED G ENTLEMEN. A CORPS FORMED. Right IIon: the Earl of Donoughmoro has raised a corps of; 250 mounted men to act as scouts and in other useful work in South Africa. These gentlemen provide the funds for their own. equipment and mainto nance.

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MOUNTED MEN. CEYLON'S OFFER ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

IMOUNTED MEN. CEYLON'S OFFER ACCEPTED. Ceylon recently ollered' 125 mounted men for service in South Africa, to be maintained at the colony's expense. , T'ho Government l has accepted the offer.

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LORD STRATHCONA. A NOBLE OFFER ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

LORD SriRATHCON'A. A NOBLE OFFER ACCEPTED. Continued proof is daily allorded of the enthusiasm .that.las been' created throughout the Empire by the exi gencies of the war in South Africa. The.Bri tish Government recently re ceived a noble offer from Lord Strath cona, High .Comimdssioner in London for Canada since 1896, and one of the most distinguished Canadians of the day. Lord Strathcona oll:ered to equip 400 rough-riders from the north-western province of Canada at 'an expense to himself of a. million dollars (;£200,000). The Government has now accepted the oiler. Jan. 15. Msajor-General Hutton, formerly com mandant of the New South Wales de fence force, but now in command of the Canadian Militia, supervises the re cruiting of the men to form the Strath cona corps of rough-riders.

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THE AUSTRALIANS. ADMIRED BY THE TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

THE AUSTIRALIANS. ADMIREJD BY THE TROOPS. The British soldiers are well pleased with the work of the Australians. They admire the quickness with which the colonials mastered the lay of the country, and with their capacity of individual fighting.

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NEW ZEALAND HORSES. GLADLY ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

NEW ZEALAN'I HORSES. GLADLY ACCEPTED. Several prominent New Zealand colo nists recently offered to supply horses for use in South Africa. Right Hon. R. J. Seddon, Premier of the colony, communicated their desires to the Imperial Government, and the War Office hals now gladly accepted the generous gifts.

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

MANAGERS' IEPORTS. Amalgamated West Tasmania, Beacons- t field, Jan. 13-During the past. week the main shaft has been sunk 3ft., mlaking total depth 366ft. The country sunk through is hard cabbage-tree. The water is still decreasing. :British Mount Reid, West Coast, Jan. 6 No. 0 bench-Removing overburden from i hanging-wall side of lode, near old open T cut: Gossan-Nave sent down. 60 tons of gossan to the bins. - We are removing the gossan. off the sulphide for the full width of the bench in order to expose the sul phide fromn hanging-wall to footwall. 300ft. level extended south 6ft., total 440ft. from shaft, 628ft. from where ore was. cut, and C 913ft. fromn north boundary. The drive v is in conbentrating ore for its full width, with portions .showing bunches of fairly clean galena. Have delivered to the smol ters 85 tons of sulphide and 30 tons gos san ore, making total for the week 121 tons. Great Mount Lyell, Mount Lyell, Jan. 4 t --Section '1655- No. 1 tunnel extended Gft., f ...

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STOCK SALES. HOBART, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

STOCK SALEIS. HOBART, Monday. The following sales were effected at the slaughter-yards to-day: By Messrs. Roberts and Co.--From Stanley-14 steers, £11 to £9 12s Cd. From -Tlverstone--4 bullocks, £10.17s Gd to £-9 10s. From Forden-7 steers, £8 17s 6d to £8 10s. From Frodsley-7 bullocks, .£11 10s to £8 2s Gd. From Glenelg G steers, £8 12s Gd to £7 15s; 2 cows, £6 5s to 6G. From Benham--Bull, .£7 7s Gd. From Campania-7 cows, £8 to £7 10s. From Garden Island--16 crossbred 'wethers, 14s Gd to 12s; 14 lambs, 10s .d. From Denne's Point-25 lambs, 11s to 10s 9d. From Tea Tree--3S Merino wethers, 16s Gd to lls 9d. From Wil lowbrook-29 crossbred ewes, 14s 3d; 44 lambs, 12s 9d to 11s. From M?ontford 20 crossbred wethers, 12s 6d; 138 Merino wethers, 11s to 10s. From Noble Farm -50 lambs, 10s 9d. From Droughty Point-Crossbred ewes, 15s 3d; 12 cross bred wethers, 17s; 17. lambs, 13s to 12s. Sd. From Naiden Early--S lambs. 31s ,3d to Os 9d. From Campania-70 crossbred wethers, 15s 3d. Fromn Moonah -...

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STOCK AND SHARE MARKETS MONDAY, JANUARY 15. Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

STOCK AMN) 8kIARE tARiKETS MONDAY, JANUARY 15. Sales. Launceston Stock Exchange.-Gold-New Monarch, 2s '10d, 2s 9.,rd (three sales); White Pinafore, 2s 1'/"d, 2s Id. Miscel laneous-Tasmanian Copper, 5s 9d, 5s 6d (three sales). Closing Quotations. ILaunc'st'n) City I Hobart ': Stock Stock I Stock I Exchange. Exchange. IExchange. I . .13 . 1. . B. I E. _B. ºI . Gold. I I Federal I . paid ... - - - / - Hunkin .. - - 52/6 62/ - - L. Wond'r /2 - /2 /2 - Mabel ... - - /9 - - - Moonlig't /3 /5 /2 /4 - - N. P'fore - 2/4 - 1/9 2/6 N. Mon'h 2/S/ 2/10 2/8 2/18% 2/6 3/6 C. Ringa- I rooma .. 1/10 2/4 - - T'asm'nia 100/ - 100/ - A. West 1/6 - 1/6 - Do. pd. 2/6 - 2/6 - North .. - 1/6 - Volunt'r /2 /3 /2 /2 /6 East .... - -I - /2 - White Pinafore 2/1% 2/4 2/1 2/6 - - Do. pd. 2/2 - 2/3 2/7 - - Silver. British Zechan - - - - 1/3 - Momet ... - 1/ - ) /4 /9 N. Magn't 2/6 Oonah ... 1/2 1/6 1/ - 1/ 1/6 Do. pd. - - 1/6 - - - Rich .... - /6 - - Sil. King. - -300/ - 360/ 440/ S. Queen - - - /3 1/9 Sylvester ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

Florists and Seedsinen, ------- --- TMPORTANT NOTICE TO ORCHARD ISTS, FRUITGROWERS, & FARMERS. BLACKWEL -'8 PATENT MUSSEL SCALE BLIGHT SPECIFIC IS NOW IN TAHE AIIA,,KET. This is a certain remedy for Mussel Blight, and a most excellent fertiliser for apple, pear, and other fruit trees, and has great curative effect on Fire Blight on Pear Trees. NOTICE. It is now too far advanced in the season to apply this remedy successfully. MANUFACTURERS BLACKWEJLL. B[OS., WYNYARD.. Shipping UNION LINE OF STEAMERS LAUNCESTON TO MELBOURNE. SPATE'i.NA { Tues. Jan. 16. 2 p.m.. PATEENA I Sat. IJan. 20, 3 p.m MELBOURNE TO LAUNCESTON. PATENA I Thurs. J Jan. IS.S. 4 p.m. PAT .':.NA Tues. { Jan. 23. 1Noon Return tickets available for six months, and for return by Coogee itf required. LAUNCESTON TO STRAHAN. -wAiEATEA I Fri. I Jan. 19. 9 a.m. WAREATEA I Wed. I Jan. 24. { LAUNCESTON TO SYDNEY. WAKATIPU I Fri. l Jan. 19. , HOBART TO SYDNEY, OONAHi I Tues. Jan. 16. I HOBART TO NEW ZEALAND PORTS. 'TARAW...

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"SONS OF THE EMPIRE." AN ART PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 16 January 1900

"SONS OOF THE ErMPIRE." AN ART PUBLICATION. We are in receipt of a communica-, tion from Messrs. Raphael Tuck and Sons,the famous London art publishers, drawing attention to the fact that they are issuing a ihotogravure, "Sons of the Empire," for the benefit of the Mansion House and London. "Daily Telegraph" Transvaal war funds for widows and orphans. The picture itself has been most happily and powerfully treated, Lord' Wolseley and various high officials at the War Office having' commended the artist most warmly on his achievement, and as the photo gravure, apart from 'patriotic and charitable considerations, will be at once a work of art and really remark able value at 5s, the sales should prove exceptionally heavy, and particularly so in the colonies, who are so well represented in this picturesque group. The original painting by Mr. Harry Payne, which is considered to be one of his best efforts, is 2ft. 2in. high by ift. Sin. wide, and' it has been pre sented by Messrs: Raphael...

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