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THE WORD OF A LAUNCESTON CITIZEN, ABOUT DOAN'S BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
THE WORD OP A LAUNCESTON CITIZEN, ABOUT DOAN'S BACKACHE KIDNEY ' PILLS. Can this be so? Is it true? These ares the qtestions which every man and woman in Launceston suffering the torture of kidney disease ask as they read the pub lished accounts in the newspapers about medicines which claim to cure it. What ever the conclusion arrived at touching the truth of these cures, they can't doubt the following, for it took place in Launces- ton, and the experiences are those of a representative citizen. Mr. Henry Bennett, an elderly man,. residing at No. 21 St. John-street, this city, states:-"I have been suffering from kidney disorder for several years. The worst symptom was an aching pain in the small of my back, which became very pain ful when stooping. This pain at tililes ex tended ip between my shoulders, and I was also very restless at night. I tried lini ments, but they gave me no relief. WThen I read about Doan's Backache Kidney Pills I sent to Fairthorne and Son's for a supply. I ...
SALE OF THOROUGHBREDS. AUCKLAND, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
SALE OOF THOROUGaBREDS. AUCKLAND, Wednesday. The fourteenth annual sale of thoroughbred yearlings bred by Mr. Thomas Morrin, at Wellington Park, Auckland, was held to-day. The 29 lots submitted realised 6657 guineas, l Hotchkiss, a Rose-Wellington colt, be ing top price at 1400 guineas. Old ladies everywhere take great pleasure in relieving suffering, and in their quiet way do much good. 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 parish, La., U.S.A., says:--"Through the kindness of an old lady I came into possession 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, and 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 ls ,6d. Hatton and .Laws, wholesale agen...
COUNTRY NEWS. CAMPBELL TOWN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
COUNTRY NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDEnN,TS. CAMPBELL TOWN, Wednesday. The Rev. C. Jones, of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, gave a special ad dress on Sunday evening on the marvel lous advance of the British Empire during the nineteenth century. He dwelt largely on the large increase of missionary work in foreign lands, and paid a high compliment to the Rev. J. Hudson Taylor, founder of the China Inland Mission, who is at present on a visit to Tasmania. The Caledonian Hotel has been closed, having been purchased by a well-known member of the Rechabite order. The building will not be re opened as an hotel, but will be put to some other use.
LYDDITE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
The explosive force of the lyddite shell is extraordinary. Whilst the ex pert already mentioned was in England a series of experiments were carried out, showing that a 451b. shell would carry and act at 1000 yards in all di rections from the point of impact and explosion. Large pieces of shell were found 1000 yards behind the point of explosion. From, these experiments it resulted' that lyddite could not be em ployed except at ranges considerably beyond. 1000 yards, as at a less dis tance it would be as dangerous to the firers as to the enemy. An explana tion was also given by the expert of the news 'that Boers had been killed whilst standing upright from the mere shock of the explosion. There is, it appears, no truth in the report that was current some time ago that the fumes of lyddite were deadly, but the shock of the explosion is stated to be so terrible that its effect would be to literally "break the hearts" of any per sons who might be in the vicinity of the point of impact. ...
MUNICIPALITIES. EVANDALE. Wednesday, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
h JUNIC?PilPlITIES. EVANDALE. Wednesday, January 3. Present-The Warden (Mr. J. B. Gib scn), Messrs. D. Macidnnon, T. Perkins, and S. Hawley,. The W-ardcn apolo giseod for Councillor Atkins's absence. Correspondence. A letter was received from the Com missioner of Police, refusing to allow more than £1 each for revolvers, also stating that the money would be forth coming very shcrtly for police build ings. Rates. A discussion took place re fixing the rate, Mr. Perkins being of the opinion that as the estimates showed a probable credit at the end of the year of £107 the rate for this year could be dis pensed with. It was decided to allow the matter to stand over till next meeting. Salaries. It was proposed by Mr. Hawley, and seconded by Mr. Perkins, that the salaries be fixed the same as last year. -Carried. Proposed by Mr. Mackinnon that £10 be voted the Council clerk for his extra work during the past year. The motion was seconded by Mr. Hawley and supported by the Warden. --Carried...
NOTHING EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 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. 1 think no family should keep house without this liniment. By do ing so they wbuld save themselves many an ache and pain." For sale by all dealers. Large size 3s, small is Gd. Hatton and Laws, wholesale agents, Launceston.*-4. AMen in association, as Galileo said, are like.chariot horses whose harness has given way; they damage each other by the mere fact of their connection. Human emotions iniensify in direct ratio to the number of persons sharing them at the same time and place; so that courage, cruelty, admiration, all multiply and acquire sttraordinary momentum, forming, by the potency of numbers, a veritable psychological up. heaval, in which the elements of hered itary passions, stifled and suppressed by education, start up from the depths to the su...
WRECK OF THE ISMORE. AN OFFICER'S ACCOUNT. THE MEN'S BRAVE CONDUCT. GALLANTRY OF THE CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
WRECK OF THE ISMORE. AN OFFICER'S ACCOUNT. T-IE MEN'S BRAVE CONDUCT, GALLANTRY OF THE CREW. A military oflicer who was on board the transport Ismore supplied the "Cape Times" of December 8 with the following account of the wreck of that steamer:- I am sending you an account of the wreck of the transport Ismore, convey ing five troops of the 10th Hussars and the G3rd Battery R.A. and one com pany R.A.M.C. At 20 minutes to three on Sunday morning I was awakened by a nasty grating, tearing sound of about 40 seconds' duration, and immediately knew we had struck a rock. I hastily put on some clothes and went on deck, and there we were, fast on the rocks, with others all round. The shore could be dimly discerned through the thick misty haze, about some 600 or 700 yards off. I went for the trum peter, by order of the C.O., and sounded the fire alartL. I cannot too highly write of the con dust of the men. There was no seml blance to a 'panic, and although the general belief was that the, sh...
FEDERATION. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
FEDERATION. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The Cabinet came to a decision to day to appoint three gentlemen to act as a commission for dividing the colony into districts for the purpose of the election of members of the Federal Par liament. The report of the commission will be presented to Parliament as a recommendation from the Government.
BUBONIC PLAGUE. RAVAGES IN NOUMEA. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
BIUBONIC PLAGUE. RAVAGES IN NOUMEA. SMELBOURNE,' Wednesday. At 'Noumea five more deaths have occurred in the infected district from the bubonic plague. Two of the vic tims were young white men, two kanakas, and one Chinese. This makes the total number of deaths 24, com prising four white, 19 kanakas, and one Chinese. One white, one Arab, and one kanaka are under observa tion. The question of taking steps to be prepared for any visitation of the dreaded bubonic plague was discussed at a meeting of the Cabinet to-day, and it was decided to obtain a supply of Professor IHalllkene's prophylactic from India, where it has been so successfully used in the treatment of persons at tacked by the disease. The sanatorium at Cut Paw Paw was ordered to be placed in proper order for the reception of any persons who may come here and afterwards be found infected with the diseanse. It is intended to proclaim the Polynesian and Seychelle Islands ahd Madagascar and Reunion places in fected with the pl...
COASTAL SHIPPING. WEST DEVONPORT, Wednesday. Arrived. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
COASTAL SHIPPING. \WEST D'EVONPORT, Wednesday. Arrived. Jan. "-ICittawa, s., at 7.30 a.m., from Newcastle. Cargo-560 tons coke. Jan. 2-Meeinderry, s., at 7.30 a.m., from Stralian. Jan. 2--Orowaiti, s., at 1 p.m., "from Strahas. Jan. 3-Amy, s., at 5 a.m., from Coast ports. Cargo-Sundries. Sailed. Jan. 2--Meeinderry, s., at 4 p.m., for StrahanL Cargo-80 tons coke. Jan. 2-Kia Ora, s., at 2 p.m., for Strahan. Cargo-39 tons general and 68 tons coke. Jan. 3-Orolvaiti, s., at 12.30 -a.m., for Strahan. Cargo--258 tons coke, 75 sheep, annd 11 tons general. Jan. 3-Kittawa, s., at 0.30 a.m., for Strahan. Cargo-578 tons .coke. Jan. 3-Dorset, s., at 12.35 p.m., for Coast ports. Passengers, 10; and part original cargo. Jan. 3-Ya~nbacoona, s., at 12.35 p.m., for King Island via ports. Passengers, 13. Cargo-3 horses and 6 tons of general.
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
INDEX TO ADVTERTISEMENTS Amusements ................... 7 Auction Sales .................. 8 Births, Marriages, Deaths ..... 1 Dducational .................... I For Sale ...... .................. 1 Government .................... 8 Hotels ............... ...... 1 Houses and Land ............... 1 Insurance Companies ........... 8 Meetings ........................ 1 Mining ........................ 8 Money .......................... Miscellaneous ................. 1 Medical ..:..................... 8 Notices ........................ 1 Popular Column ................ 1 Professional Column .......... I Railways ..................... 7. Shipping ....................... I Tenders ......................... 1 Wool and Produce ............. 8
THE GEORGE TOWN IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
THE GEORGE TOWN IMPROVE MENT ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor.) Sir,-Through your influence allow me to suggest to the above not to give too much attention to laying down dusty gravel pathways, but to use their energies in maintaining the grassy carpet-like bordaers by the road sides. The softest and best portions are small feathery fronds patches. To tread these is quite one of the pleasures after our hard city paths. And above all do. not destroy any more of the ti-trecs, but rather do extra planting of shady trees round about the township.-Yours, etc., S. SICKLEMORE.