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HEAVY TRAIN TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

HEAVY TRAIN TRAFFIC. The passenger traffic on the railways during the holidays this season has been the heaviest ever experienced at Launceston. On New Year's Day the arrangements made by the Railway Department to cope with passenger tralffic were very extensive, but as soon as the trains be- gan to get a move on it was found that there would not be sufficient accom- modation to convey the enormous num- ber of passengers that were gathered on the station to their respective holi- day resorts. In consequence of this, a large number of people had to turn back at the last moment and find other places of amusement. The special train to Denison Gorge was the largest one of the day, and was literally packed, and it was at this one that hundreds of people were dis- appointed in not being able to find ac- commodation. The trains to Longford and Ulver- stone were packed, and the first special to the latter place required two en- gines. All available sorts of con- veyance were used, but owing...

Publication Title: Examiner
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A SUPPOSED WRECK. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

A SUPPOSED WRECK. BRISBANE, Tuesday. The master of the schooner Eclipse, which was wrecked at Pine Island, is of opinion the schooner Annie has foun- dered, as she was anchored at Pine Island during the storm, and has not been seen since.

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EPSOM RACES. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

EPSOM RACES. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Races were held at Epsom this afternoon, but were poorly attended. Results: HURDLE RACE. Begum ........................ 1 Tangiers ........................ 2 Galtee More .......... ........ 3 TWO-YEAR-OLD RACE. Lily's Secret ................ 1..     Kobe ........................... 2 Inquisitive ............... ..... 3 WELTER HANDICAP. Konning ........................ 1   Cescaro ....................... 2 Vesperus ..........3 JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. Sinecurist ...................... 1 Snorter ......................... 2 Ingeedoodye .................... 3 TRIAL HANDICAP. Admiral Cook ................... 1 Pirillie ....................... 2 Detonator ...................... 3 MORDIALLOC HANDICAP. Surge ......................... .1 Bacchus ........................ 2 Jack Horner .................. 3

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NEW ZEALAND RACES. AUCKLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

NEW ZEALAND RACES. AUCKLAND, Monday. Th'e principal events to-day were: GREAT NORTHERN DERBY. Miss De La Val ............... 1 Sea Horse ...................... 2 St. Ilario .................. . 3   Won by a neck. Time, 2min. 13½sec. A.R.C. HANDICAP. Explosion ..... ......... 1 Record Reign .................. 2 Skobeloff ....................... 3 Time, 3min 29sec. AUCKLAND, Tuesday. The following are the results of the principal events run to-day: AUCKLAND PLATE. Seahorse ....................... 1 Explosion ....................... 2 Saint Ilario .................... 3 Won after a great race by a neck. Time, 2min. 37 3-5sec. ROYAL STAKES. Screw Gun ..................... 1 Renown ....................... 2 Rosella ......................... 3   Won easily. Time, 1min. 16½sec.  

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

SPORTING, The settling up in connection with the Avenue Turf Club's meet will take place to-morrow at Mr. Slater's hotel, Eliza- beth Town at 8.30 p.m.

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TATTERSALL'S RACES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

TATTERSALL'S RACES. SYDNEY, Monday. Tattersall's meeting was continued at Randwick to-day in pleasant weather, Results: FLYING WELTER HANDICAP. California ....................... ... La Hogue ...................... 2 Stellarine ..................... 3 Winner's price 5 to 1. Won by a length and a half. NURSERY HANDICAP. Barbarosa ..................... 1 Butter Nut .................... 2 Webbe ...................... 3 Winner's price even money. Won by a short head.           NEW YEAR'S GIFT. Bullomin ....................... 1   Goldsmith ................... . 2 Latem ......................... 3 Winner's price 10 to 1. Won by a length. TATTERSALL'S CLUB CUP. Vocalist ........................ 1 * Mora .......................... 2 Willie ........................ 3   Winner's price 3 to 1. Won easily. STEEPLECHASE. Murrabrine ................... 1 Winner's price evens. Only the winner got round. WEL...

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NORTH MOUNT FARRELL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

NORTH MOUNT FARRELL. The directors of the above company have received a return of the ore shipped to Dapto, N.S.W., which is highly satisfactory. The shipment con- sisted of 20 tons 19cwt. of ore, which assayed 70oz. silver and 64 per cent. of lead per ton, yielding a net profit to the company, after freight and all other expenses were deducted, of £250. No rising or stoping has yet been done on the mine. The ore sent away was taken from the drives on the course of the lode. The lower tunnel, No. 3, has not yet intersected the lode, but it may be expected at any shift. Another consignment of 200 bags of ore is awaiting shipment at Burnie. As soon as the holidays are over the company will commence constructing its tram to connect with the E.B. line. The Government Geologist has been requested to visit and report on the Farrell distriet.

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THE TRANSVAAL AUTOCRAT.* [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

THE TRANSVAAL AUTO- CRAT.* Nothing could have been more timely or welcome than the little book just published by Mr. Bowden. It is the life story of a remarkable man, who just now is the centre of the world's attention. Here are compressed into 120 pages of large, clear type the main incidents of a strange career, that has proved as eventful as it must have been unexpected. The aim of the author "has been to tell the story of Kruger the man, not to write a his- tory of the Transvaal. What sort of a man is he? What are his ideals, his ambitions, his methods? What was the condition of things that made the auto- cratic rule of this patriarch so long possible at the end of the nineteenth century? Why his distrust of and enmity to England? These are the questions I have endeavoured to answer," and it must be confessed that the task has been accomplished very satisfactorily, No one can rise from the perusal of this book without real- ising more clearly the genesis of the South African pro...

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ZEEHAN SPORTS. ZEEHAN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

ZEEHAN SPORTS. ZEEHAN, Tuesday. The committee of the Zeehan United Friendly Societies' Athletic Association met to-night in connection with last Satur- day's sports. After business, the prizes were presented by Mr. C. Whitelaw, and Mr. S. Ford, on behalf of the competitors, thanked the committee for the way in which the sports had been conducted. The prizes bestowed amounted to £140, in ad- dition to trophies. The sports meeting just covered expenses. Several toasts were honoured.

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DERBY ATHLETIC CLUB SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

DERBY ATHLETIC CLUB SPORTS. The above sports were held on Wednes- day, December 27. Results: Sheffield Handicap. - First heat - P. Terry, 6yds., 1; A. G. Harper, 14½yds.. 2. C. M'Michael, 9yds.,' and F. Jago, 16yds.,' also started. Second heat.--G. Terry, 12yds., 1; S. H. Conder, 14½,yds., 2. J. Pearson, 13yds., and H. G. Heazlewood, 9yds., also started. Final--A. G. Harper 1, S. H. Conder and E. Terry dead heat for second place, G. Terry 4. Youths under 16 years.-J. Harrison, 11yds., 1; W. Heazlewood, 5yds., 2. Eight started. Boys under 12.-H. Patmore 1, E. White 2. 18 started. Hat, Coat, and Boot Race.-J. Campbell 1, W. White 2, W. Brewer 3. 10 started. This race caused a lot of amusement. Hurdle Race.-First heat-T. Newman, 4yds., 1; C. M'Michael, 8yds., 2. H. G. Heazlewood, 5½yds., J. Terry, 2yds., and F. Jago, 11yds., also started. Second heat-J. Pearson, 7yds., 1; W. Campbell, 5½yds., 2. E. Terry, 4yds., and A. Bevan, 11yds., also started. Final-J. Pearson 1, T. Newman 2, W. Ca...

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CENTRAL DIVISION. SIX HOURS' ENGAGEMENT. LONDON, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

CENTRAL DIVISION. SIX HOURS' ENGAGEMENIT. LONDON, Jan. 1. While reconnoitring the cavalry came across the enemy at a point some distance north of Dordrecht. An engagement ensued, and lasted for some six hours, when the cavalry retired, the Boers having been rein- forced by artillery.

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DESTROYED BY THE ENEMY. Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

DESTROYED BY THE ENEMY. Jan. 2. The Boers have succeeded in destroy- ing the railway from Colenso to Lady smith.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

Auction Sales. THIS DAY. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WEDNESDAY, 3rd JANUARY. H HERD AND CO. are instructed to sell on the premises, 57 Galvin-street, on the above date, at 2 o'clock, Surplus furniture and sundries, con- sisting of piano by Purdie, horse- hair and leather-covered chairs couch, round and oval table, easy chairs, pictures, carpet and rug, fender and irons, double and single iron bedsteads, chest of drawers, washstand and set, toilet table, toilet glass, kitchen table, dreser, meat safe, Austrian chairs, and sundries. HERD AND CO.'S FORTH- COMING SALES. Property and scrip, at mart, every Monday. NEWSTEAD-Fat and store stock, every Tuesday. Carcase pork, skins, hides, furs, and wool, every Friday, at mart. Horses, pigs, carcase pork, live and trussed poultry, general produce, furniture, and sundries, every Saturday, at 11.30. All consignments per train promptly attended to. W. T. BELL AND CO., LIMITED. FORTHCOMING SALES. NEWSTEAD-Fat and store stock, every Tuesday, at 1 o'clock...

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SPORTS AT LOWER PIPER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

SPORTS AT LOWER PIPER. These sports were held on Monday. Re- sults. Maiden Race, 100yds.-E. Day 1, A. Jen- kins 2. Boys' Race.-A. Partridge 1, D. Allan 2. Sheffield Handicap.-E. Day 1, A. Cowie 2, T. Davis 3, J. Markey 4. Quarter-mile.-A. Cowie 1, G. Machen 2, J. Markey 3. Chopping Match.-P. J. Barrett 1, G. Freeman 2. Trial of Hunters.-E. Ar- nold's Tidal 1, H. Hardman's Pirate 2. Maiden Hack Race.-E. Arnold's Tidal 1, H. Adams's Jack 2. Open Hack Race.--. Arnold's Tidal 1, W. Hammersley's Bealah 2.

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HIGHLAND SPORTS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

SYDNELY, Monday. Over twenty thousand attended the Highland Society's sports on the Cricket Ground to-day. A new and very interesting flower has been discovered on the Isth- mus of Tehuantepec. It is a red, white, and blue flower, which grows on a tree about the size of a guava. In the morning the flower is white, at noon red, and at night it is blue, but it is only at noon that it gives forth any perfume. EAT JONES' IXL JAMS.*

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CURRENT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

CURRENT TOPICS, Christmas Supplement.-Our Glad- stone correspondent writes:--The Christmas number of "The Examiner" was highly appreciated here. The general opinion expressed here is that the issue is equal to any colonial Christmas number to hand. The illus- trations are clear, the paper good, and the tales very interesting (especially some of the Tasmanian productions), and just half the price of the other publications. Travellers.-Mr. Justice Clark, ac- companied by his daughter, were pas- sengers from Hobart by the express train yesterday afternoon. They left for Melbourne by the steamer Pateena shortly afterwards, where Mr. Clark has gone for a fortnight's holiday on the mainland. Trevallyn Town Board.-Mr. H. M. Edgell has been elected a member of this board vice Mr. J. B. Gurr, re- signed. The End of the Holidays.-Yesterday was a bank holiday, but the public offices and business establishments were open as usual. The Launceston Stock Exchange will resume opera- tions to-morrow...

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OUR "TOMMY ATKINS" FUND. "HE'S AN ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR." ILLUSTRATED PUBLICATION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

OUR "TOMMY ATKINS"   FUND. "HE'S AN ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR." ILLUSTRATED PUBLICATION.   THIS DAY. The success which has attended the publication of Mr. Rudyard Kipling's patriotic poem in other places as a means of raising money for the Pa- triotic. Fund has induced the proprie- tor of the "Examiner" to fall into line. The conditions laid down by the "Daily Mail," which purchased the manuscript for £250, were that news- papers who reproduced the poem should contribute five guineas to the fund. This has been done by all re- putable journals, and we are, by the outgoing mail, sending a cheque for the amount to the proprietors of the "Daily Mail." The poem will be reproduced by us THIS DAY. It will be well printed on toned paper, and will be illustrated with a picture of the TASMANIAN CONTINGENT and vignettes of THE OFFICERS. It will also have portraits of "TOMMY ATKINS," "COOK'S SON," "DUKE'S SON,"   "SON OF A HUNDRED KINGS," and will form an inter...

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The Examiner [PUBLISHED DAILY.] WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1900. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

[PUBLISHED DAILY.] WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1900. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents and contributors will oblige by not addressing matter for publication to individual members of our staff. Letters containing press matter should be sort to the Editor, or, if for our special columns, to those in charge-of them, as, for instance, "Flamingo," "Pakena," "Argus," etc. All business communications, including advertisements, should be addressed to the Business Manager. The South African war is not only finding out the weak places in the Im- perial armour, but in that of the colo- nies as well. When the first contin- gent was sent away there was no lack of loyalty or enthusiasm on the part of the volunteers or the people. The various Governments also did their part fairly well. Whatever opposition there was came from those Parliamen- tarians whose patriotism was of the negative type, or who were decidedly anti-British in their sentiments and ready to sympathise with any nation that picked a qua...

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A GOOD REMEDY FOR WEAK LUNGS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

A GOOD REMEDY FOR WEAK LUNGS. Miss C. Donovan, Stanger, Natal, says:-"I used to have very severe coughs and colds, and at times would cough up some blood, but since I have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I have not had any such se- vere attacks, and think that this medi- cine has made my lungs stronger. It is astonishing how soon this medicine relieves a cough. I always keep a bottle of it in the house." For sale by all dealers. Large size 3s, small is 6d. Hatton and Laws, wholesale agents, Launceston.*-2.

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REV. FATHER WALSH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 3 January 1900

REV. FATHER WALSH. At Kaikoura, New Zealand, where the Rev. Father Walsh, formerly of Delo- raine, is now stationed, on Sunday, December 10, a new Roman Catholic church, St. Michael's, was opened. "The consecration ceremony and opening services were conducted by the Rev. Father Walsh, whose discharge of the sacred and exceedingly arduous duties throughout the long day (says the 'Kaikoura Star') called forth a chorus of admiration, Protestants joining therein right heartily. They also warmly felicitated the much beloved Soggarth Aroon and his congregation on the erection of such a fine building in the district. The new church is a handsome addition to the public build- ings at Kaikoura, and one to which the attention of visitors may with reverence be directed, more particularly to the internal portion. The total cost of the church, with the altars, pictures, and general furnishing, is estimated at about £2000. The erection of the new church is a monument to the success of the pastora...

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