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CRICKET. CONSULT A. W. BIRCHALL AND SONS FOR CRICKET MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 January 1900
CRICKET. CONSULT A. W.. BIRCHALL AND SONS FOR CRICKET MATERIAL. On Saturday the Springfield Cricket Club journeydd to Messrs. Humpleby and Lester's pitch and met the West Scottsdale boys. They had a really enjoyable afternoon's sport. Consider ing (writes our Springfield correspon dent) that ,the visitors had to meet such a strong combination (players from. all parts of Tasmania), the feat of beating the West Scottsdaleites is the more praiseworthy. Messrs. W. 'R., and G. Holmes trundled for West Scottsdale, and Messrs. Hardman and M'Donald for the Springfield team. The highest scorers for the Scottsdale boys were G. ±iolmes (25) and R. Holmes (14), and for Springfield Root (67), Humphleby (17), Taylor (12), and Craw (12). Total scores-Springlield, 143; West Scottsdale, 72. A match between Scottsdale and Gol conda was played on the ground of the latter on Wednesday, the 10th inst., when only eight of each side turned up. so the game terminated in the rather novel way of one side fie...
BISHOP MONTGOMERY AND THE REV. P. HUNTER. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 January 1900
BISHOP MONTGOMERY AND THE REV. P. HUNTER. (To the Editor.) Sir,-I was sorry to see in this morn ing's paper the way in which some of the Zeehan people are taking Bishop Montgomery's action with regard to Mr. Hunter. Before anyone here sym pathises with them I should wish to suggest the following facts for their consideration:-First, the Bishop is an ardent Imperialist, and his heart is with our troops in South Africa. There is no question but that he would make any reasonable sacrifice to help them. Next, Mr. Hunter holds one of the most important posts in the diocese, though it be only for a time. He has become a power in the district where he is, and (even supposing he could find a sub stitute) his leaving before Mr. Copeland returns from England would be most injurious to the church. No new-comer could make his mark in the three months remaining of his tenure. Again, we hear of no substitute being offered by Mr. Hunter,.In which case the work would be abandoned. Let any man in bu...
THE WOMDERFUL FOOD BEVERAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 January 1900
THE WO)IDERFUL FOOD BEVERAGE. Do not use drugs, medicines, and so called curatives. What! Is there any other means by which tone and vigour can be pro moted, and the rosy cheeks natural to health restored? Certainly. / There is a valuable dis oovery that meets your case entirely. But what if I have much and hard work to do? It is no matter whether physical or mental labour is meant, or even if an excess of either has to be accomplished, causing undue jadedness and tiredness, with disinclination for further effort or exertion-in any case the discovery referred to will be of inestimable service to you. Ah! but I want something that is pleasant and nice, not nasty or un pleasant, nor, on the other hand, sickly and insipid. Have you this? Yes! your needs can be satisfied to the letter. The evidence of medical men and the public is conclusive on this point. What does this evidence prove? It proves that Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa as a Food Beverage possesses nutrient, restorative, and vitalisi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 January 1900
KANDY KOOLA COUPONS. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS DRAWING FOR 100 PRIZES. WINNING NUMBERS WILL BE ADVERTISED IN THE AMUSEMENT COLUMN OF THIS PAPER ON JANLARY,2, 1900. AALFA-L AVAL REAM SEPARATORS. NEW! NEW! 1899 MODEL. An eoirmous advance in mechanical skinining. Greatly increased capacity.. Theme famons Separators, which have received upwards of 400 FIRST PRIZES at Shows and 5R1hibitions hold in every dairying country in the world, have now still fiuther enhanced their pre-eminence aver all others by a novel patent-protected device alich was awarded a Special Silver Medal at the Royal Show at Maidstone. Sales gi-rately exceed thoec of all other makes coenbined. Over 1S0,000 machines sold up to date. Write for detailed catalogue to Sole Agents for Tasmania, MURDOCH BROS., 115 Collins-street, Hobart, and Tasmanian Dairy Company, Launceston. I"LILW) "0S EHI PP Agrceable &Beneficiaj Fe' J7/rW7rJ &S a 7N ALIDS, Is nda ea 'i as in a!! climates. To BE~ OITAINE D OF ALLI DEALERS.. RIC...
NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 January 1900
MWS IN BRIEF. Queenstown patriotic fund totals £ 114. Boers sustained 1.20 casualties in capturing Kuruman. 3804 shillings received for our "Tomimy Atkins*' fund. £845. Is 2d paid in to the Town Hall Imperial patriotic fund. There are 252 on the permanent roll of the Benevolent Slciety. There are no further signs of the bubonic plague at Adelaide. Three thousand ex-Spanish soldiers offered service to Lord Roberts. New South Wales Rifles have done good service in Griqualand West.' General Sir Frederick Carrington has been ordered to South A-frica. Strike on the Emu Bay railway con struction works practically settled. I-Ton. James- Gibson's. valuable rani Vice-Presld'ent II. has died suddenly. Mabel Company has cut what appear's to be the hanging-wall, showing gold. Mr. Mitchell, the "Standard's" corre spondent at Ladysmith, died of typhoid. News 'rom General Buller is being wit.eld pen ding important operations. 'Taemania's second contingent was "smoke-socialled" at Hobart last even ...
THE "A" BATTERY. ALBANY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 January 1900
THE "A" BATTERY. ALBANY, Tuesday. The steamer Warrigal, with the "A" Battery of the New South Wales Artil .lery, arrived on Sunday. The steamer had a smooth passage from Adelaide, and all the men are well.. Two of the horses, however, died from influenza. Gunner Sturrock was landed under ar rest for insubordination, and will be sent back to Sydney by the s. Mariloo.
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 January 1900
MANAGERS' REPORTS. Ringarooma Dredging, South Mount Cameron, Jan. 13-As I wired you, we had a trial run, and the gravel pump worked very well indeed, and will do all that we ask of it. The boiler steams well, and holds its own with full plant running. When we knocked off to-night we were Just on to heavy wash at !ift. New Monarch. Lefroy, Jan. 13-During the past week eastern level extended a fur ther distance of 10ft., total 154ft. from crosscut. Formation in the end is now *ft. Gin wide, and very much broken, there being 8in. of stone on the footwall, show ing gold. Rise put up east a total .of 17ft. from back of drive. The stone in the hanging-wall has pinched out, there only being Gin. on the footwall. In the leading stope there is Gin. of stone on the hanging-wall. The western level has been extended 5ft., total 141ft.; wall 6ft. apart; Gin, of stone on the hanging-wall, from 'which I have obtained a little gold. Stopes over the back of crosscut are now not looking so well. The ...
MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE. Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 January 1900
MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE. Sales. Emu Bay Railway, Gs 6d. B.H. Block 10, £6 3s, £6 4s. North Junction, 8s Gd, Ss 9d. North Broken Hill, 16s. Mount Lyell, £8 18s, £8 17s Gd, £8 18s. Mount Lyell Blocks, 12s 1%%d, 12s 3d. Crown Lyell, 9s 9d. Glen Lyell, 4%d. Lyell Tharsis, 18s 9d. North Crown LyelI, Gd. South Mount Lyell, 17s, 18s 3d. Briseis, 66s. Ohillagoo R.M., 29s, 28s 9d, 20s 3d. Mount Garnet and Chillagoe, £11. Mount Garnet Freehold, 58s. Associated Gold Mines, £5 10s. Boulder Main Reef, 27s. Great Boulder, 34s Gd, 5sa, 34s 81/2d. Hannan's 45, 7s 7d, 7s Gd. Hannan's Brown Hill, £10 5s. Oroya, 49s Gd. South Kalgurlie, 90s, 90s Gd. South German, £6 Gs. Ditto Extended, 15s Gd.
COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS. LATROBE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 January 1900
COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS. LATROBE, Tuesday. The produce market continues quiet. A few potatoes are coming In, but deliveries of new ones are expected this week. Prices, are:- ctatoes, £3 5s, bags in. Oats Sparrowbill, is 10/2d; Tartarian, 1s 71/d; Algerian, 1s 6',_d. Chaff, 37s id to £2, bags In. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Wheat is offering more freely at 2s Sd, with moderate business. About 8500 bags of Algerian oats sold at auction and pri vately, mostly at 2s 01/d to 2s 11/d; extra prime, 2s 2d. Chaff is weaker at 42s Gd to 50s; prime wheaten, 52s Gd. Potatoes, 27s Gd to 30s. Onions, Its to 45s. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Wheat is fairly firm at 2s 71/2d to 2s 8d. Flour, £6 5s to £6 10s for new, £6 15s to £7 for old. There is good business in: the produce markets. Oats, 2s Gd to 2s 7d; imported chaff, £3 to £3 10s. A thousand bags of medium were placed at £3 5s. Lucerne, £2 10s to £2 17a ed. Potatoes-Local, £2 10s to £3; Victonjan, £2 10s. Onions-Local, £1 10s to £2;: Victorian, £2 10s to £2 15s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 January 1900
CHEAP CASH SALE. Gents' Balmorals, 6/6, 7/6, 8/6. Gents' Golosbed Lace, 4/9, 6/6, 5/6. Men's Kip Watertights, 6/-, 7/6. Gents' Shoes, tan or black, 4/9, 6/6. Men's Bluchers (stout soles), 4/6, 4/9, 2/11. Sand Shoes, 3/-, 3/6. Youths' Kip Boots, 3/6, 4/6. Maids' Kip Boots, 4/6, 4/11. Ladies' Canvas Shoes, 1/11, 2/11. Ladies' Shoes. 3/6, 3/11, 4/6. Ladies' High Lace Boots (stout soles), 4/6. Ladies' Kid E.S., 3/9, 4/6, 5/0. Ladies' Court Shoes, 1/8, 1/10. Ladies' Two-Bar Shoes, 4/6, 4/11. Boys' and Girls' Kip Highi-legged Boots, 7 to 9, 2/9, 2/11, H/3. Boys' and Girls' Kip 1High-legged Boots, 10 to 13, 3/6, 3/11. Babies' Boots and Shoes, from Gd. 500 Pairs Slippers Men's and Women's, from 10d. T. W. STANWIX, CORNER YORK AND CHARLES STS. OOALISBUI1Y'S FOUND~RY CO., MINir1G. ¶AARIN7E, AND GZNIIN lL ENGINb:::-~ IN S'rOCK-ENGINES, 'JILERS. MINING NACHINE2T AP ' ' ý'4Nu11 IUQUSITEB FOR STEAM USERS. Bracing ! ADD A LITTL2 Rereshng! CONDY'S FLUIJ I[vigorating ! TO yOUR BATH. The Strengthenin...