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INTERCOLONIAL MATCHES. VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

INTERCOLONIAL MATCHI-IS. VIOTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. The cricket match South Australia v. Victoria was continued to-day in in tensely hot weather, and in the pre sence of threet.,throusand spectators. Victoria concludbdi their innings for 353, and the visitors lost five wickets for 140. Scores: VICTORIA. First Innings. -Worrall, c Jarvis, b Jones ....... 35 Warne, c Giffen, b Jones ........ 22 Graham, run out ................ 22 1M'Michael, o Jones, b Giffen ...... 10 Stuckey, c Jones, b Giffen :........ : Laver, c Jarvis, b Reedman ...... 44 M'Allister, c Jarvis, b Travers .... 56 Trumble, c Hill, b Reedman ...... 95 Ross, b F. Jarvis ............... 33 Saunders, b Jones ......S........ 8 Collins, not out ............. .... '..:: 6 Sundries ...................... 9 Total ..................... 31. Bowling Analysis.-Jones, three wickets for 119; Giffen, two for 62; Travers, one for 50; F. Jarvis, one for 56; and Reedman, .two for 57. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. The cricke...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TROOPER BR'ADFORD. DEATH REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

TROOPER BRADFORD. DEATH REPORTED. Trooper G. R. Bradford, of the No. 1 Company of the New Zealand Mounted Infantry, who are serving with Major General French's column, and was wounded in the reconnaissance at Arundel on December 18, and taken prisoner by the Boers, is dead. The cause of death has been testified to as meningitis.

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ARMY HORSES. AUCKLAND, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

ARMY HORSES. AUCKLAND, Tuesday. A notification has been made by the War Office that the height of the horses is likely to cause serious trouble. Many of those already provided are in excess of the height required.

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SOUTH THARSIS CONCENTRATORS. QUEENSTOWN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

SOUTH THARSIS CONCEN-     TRATORS. QUEENSTOWN, Tuesday. Mr. A. H. Clarke, director of the Colonel North mine; Captain Paul, formerly manager of the North Broken Hill; and Mr. Houghton, manager of the Colonel North, paid a visit to the Lyell mines to-day, more especially to see the South Tharsis concentrating mill, with which they were much pleased.

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MINERAL RETURNS HOBART, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

MINERAL RETURNS. HOBART, Tuesday. The following is a return showing the quantities and values of minerals exported in December: Asbestos, 100 tons; value, £63. Wolfram, half-ton; £10. Copper ore, 20 tons; £200. Copper blister, 8072 tons; £72,151. Gold, 508¼oz.; £1850. Gold pyrites, 42½ tons; £399. Gold concentrates, eight tons; £80. Iron ore, 600 tons; :£600. Silver ore, 858 tons; £12,938. Tin, 197½ tons; £22,202. silver-lead bullion, 253¼ tons; £84,444. Oxide mineral, six tons; £6. Total, £119,943. Corresponding period of the previous year, £77,468. The returns of the twelve months, December 31, 1898, to Deoember 31, 1899, were as follow:-. 1898-9 1897-8 January .......... 86,867 72,582 February .......... 106,247 61,630 March .......... 108,847 65,272 April .............. 75,897 58,953 May ............... 118,611 71,566 June ............. 100,263 67,214 July... .... 112,193 64,693 August ............ 171,128 73,678 September ......... 121,743 87,563 October ........... 176,325 69,...

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RETURN THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

RETURN THANKS. I hereby tender my sincere thanks to the many kind and sympathetic friends who volunteered, Christmastide, to explore Mount Arthur, in hopes of falling in with me, and whom I have not personally seen to render my acknowledgments. May the blessing of the "Almighty" be upon those who wait upon Him, in so many ways, and this be a happy new year to them. JOHN D. REES.

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FLEMINGTON RACES. STANDISH AND BAGOT HANDICAPS MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

FLEMINGTON RACES. STANDISH AND BAGOT HANIDICAPS MELBOURNE, Monday. The race meeting at Fleminigton was fairly well attended. Results: NEW YEAR'S HURDLE RACE. Loch Fad .................... 1 Duello .............. ........... 2 Mystery ....................... 3 Winner's price was 6 to 4. Won in a canter. STANDISH HANDICAP. Silver Moor ....... ...... ... 1 Veloce ......................... 2 Symmetry ..............3........ The winner's price was 100 to 1. Won by a short head. JANUARY STEEPLECHASE. Whernside .................... 1' Homer ........................ 2 Count ......................... 3 The winner's price was evens. Won comfortably. BAGOT HANDICAP. The Bride ..................... 1 Sedge ......................... 2 Miss Carbine .................. 3 The winner's price was 4 to 1. Won by three-quarters of a length. CRITERION HANDICAP. Epitome ......................... 1 Fides .......................... 2 Rumor ......................... 3 The winner's price was 5 to 1. Won by th...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB RACES. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB RACES. ADELAIDE, Monday. The summer meeting of the S.A.J.C. was held to-day in very hot weather. Results:- WELTER HANDICAP. Lady Melline ................... 1 Curtmantle ..................... 2 Lord Kitchener ............ 3 Won by four lengths. Dividend, £1 10s. HURDLE RACE. Duke ........................... 1 Phantom ..... ................. 2 Regent ..... ...... .. 3 Won by a length. Dividend, £12 9s. NEW YEAR'S GIFT. Gungadin ...................... 1 Celia ........................... 2 Goodwill ....................... 3 Won by a length. Dividend £2. ST. LEONARDS HANDICAP. Research ...................... 1 Foot Bolt ...................... 2 Birchen ....................... 3 Won by a long head. Dividend, £2 10s. JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. Bethnel .................'....... . 1 Mort Avis ..................... 2 Mermaid ....................... 3   Won by a head. Dividend, £2 12s. The sporting machine was badly managed, with the result that some of the ...

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WELDBOROUGH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

WELDBOROUGH RACES. A race meeting was held at Weldborough on, Wednesday last. The day was fine, and a large number of people attended, there being about 400 on the ground. Everything went off well. Results: HANDICAP HURDLE, Of 7 sovs.; second horse, 2 sovs. from stake. One and a half miles. A. Standige's New Chum, 11.2 ....... 1 J. Mitchell's Toby the Rogue, 9.8 ..... 2 HANDICAP RACE, Of 12 sovs.; second horse, 2 sovs. from stake. one and a half miles. C. Krushka's Jimmy Quiff, 9.7 ......... 1 C. Anderson's Rabi, 9.10 ............... 2 FLYING HANDICAP, Of 6 sovs.; second horse, 1 sov. from stake. Three-quarters of a mile. C. Krushka's Jinmy Quiff, 10.12 ........ 1 J. Mitchell's Toby the Rogue, 8.7 ...... 2 HANDICAP HACK RACE Of 6 sovs.; second horse 1 sov. from stake. One and a half miles. J. Clark's Telegraph, 10.10 ............. 1. J. Walker's Moorina, 9.1 .............. 2 NOVEL RACE, Of 6 sovs.; second horse, 1 sov. from stake. Three miles. C. Walker's Madge .................. 1 ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

EXPORTS. Jan. 2-Pateena, s., for Melbourne. 73 bls wool, 80 css butter, 46 ingots tin, 9 csks fat, 800 bags oats, 685 bls straw, 41 css fruit, 375 bgs bran, 80 butter boxes; and a small quantity of sundries.

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VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

VESSELS IN PORT. Wareatea, str.; Wybia, tug.

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GENERAL JOUBERT'S MOVEMENT. HEADQUARTERS AT SPRINGFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

GENERAL JOUBERT'S MOVEMENT. HEADQUARTERS AT SPRINGFIELD. It is reported that General Joubert has moved his headquarters To the ensconced hills towards Springfield, and it is believed that the siege gun has been moved from Isimbulwana in the same direction.

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COLENSO TO SPRINGFIELD. FRESH FORTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

COLENSO TO SPRINGFIELD. FRESH FORTIFICATIONS. Fresh fortifications are being erected at many points on the Tugela River, extending from Colenso south-west to Springfield. It was recently estimated that there were 16,000 Boers in that direction. COLENSO-LADYSMITH RAILWAY.

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WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA. GENERAL FRENCH'S MOVEMENTS RAPID NOCTURNAL ADVANCE. THE ENEMY SURPRISED. BRITISH OCCUPY COLESBERG. SCOUTS IN A CORNER. A DESPERATE STAND. BOER LOSSES—8 KILLED, 30 WOUNDED. TASMANYAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.—COPYRIGHT. OPERATIONS IN NATAL. UNLOADED SHELLS. THROWN INTO LADYSMITH. LONDON, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.   GENERAL FRENCH'S MOVEMENTS RAPID NOCTURNAL ADVANCE. THE ENEMY SURPRISED. BRITISH OCCUPY COLESBERG. SCOUTS IN A CORNER. A DESPERATE STAND.   BOER LOSSES-8 KILLED, 30 WOUNDED. TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.-COPYRIGHT   OPERATIONS IN NATAL. UNLOADED SHELLS. THROWN INTO LADYSMITH. LONDON, Jan. 1. The Boers fired unloaded shells into Ladysmith containing plum puddings with cards attached, upon which were written the words "Compliments of the season."

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RAILWAY PIONEERS. MOSTLY RAND MECHANICS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

RAILWAY PIONEERS. MOSTLY RAND MECHANICS. Twelve hundred railway pioneers have been embodied at Capetown. They are mostly mechanics from Johannesburg. Several attempts are reported to have been made to tamper with the railway some 30 miles south of De Aar.

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PATRIOTIC FUNDS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

PATRIOTIC FUNDS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. The Victorian patriotic fund totals £ 2487. Upwards of 20,485 shillings have been subscribed for "The absent-minded beggar" fund.

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CABLE MESSAGES. [?] PRESS ASSOCIATION—COPYRIGHT: ST. PETERSBURG TO THE PACIFIC. DIRECT COMMUNICATION ESTABLISHED. LONDON, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

CABLE MESSAGES. MMM1 PRESS ASSOCIATION - COPYRIGHT ST PETERSBURG TO THE   PACIFIC. DIRECT COMMUNICATION. ESTABLISHED. LONDON, Jan. 2. The Trans-Baikal section of the Siberian railway has been completed. Direct communication between St. Petersburg and the Pacific coast is now open.

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METAL. LONDON, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

LONDON, Jan. 1. Silver.-Bars are quoted at 2s 3 3-16d per ounce standard. Tin.-The stocks of tin amount to 16,487 tons, as against 18,733 tons last month; the quantity on spot is 6698 tons, as against 5896 tons; and quantity advised as afloat 3400 tons, as against 3430 tons. The deliveries for the last month totalled 1622 tons, as against 2379 tons.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Jan. 2. Tallow.--The stock of tallow is 17,401 casks. The imports for November totalled 7446 casks, and the deliveries 6896 casks.

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INTERCOLONIAL. TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION-COPYRIGHT. BROADFORD MURDER. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

INTERCOLONIAL. TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION COPYRIGHT. BROADFORD MURDER. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Jones, the man suspected of being the author of the Broadford tragedy, was arrested at Kyneton to-day. He protests his complete innocence.

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