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AUSTRALIAN BUSHMEN. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
AUSTRALIAN BUSHMEN. SYDNEY, Wedndsday. The Premier to-day reoeived a cable from the Agent-General stating that the Australasians in London propose to establish a fund for the purpose of equipping mounted bushmen from the colonies. He desires to know if the Australasian Government would coun tenance such action, and states he un derstood the Imperial Government would accept the men. Mr. Lyne com municated with the Premiers of the other colonies, and replied, intimating a similar movement had been started in New South Wales, and £15,000 al ready subscribed. He suggested to the promoters of the London movement to co-operate with those here with the object of despatching a large Austra lian contingent.
FEDERAL CONTINGENT. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
FEDERAL CONTINGENT. SYDNEY, Wednesday. It has been decided that the second 'draft of the New' South Wales unit shall leave on the 16th inst. by the s. Southern Cross,. which takes 500 men and 600 horses.. Of the horses, 200 have been purchased on account of the British Government. Later. Four transports will leave Sydney on the same date, probably the 16th inst., and pick up the troops of the other colonies, except the Victorians, on route. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. The encampment of the Victorian unit for South Africa at Flemington show ground got into soldierly order to-day. Major-General Downes mot the ollicers to-day and addressed them upon their duties and responsibilities.
SECOND TASMANIAN UNIT. SELECTION OF THE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
SECOND TASMANIAN UNIT.. SELECTION OF THE MEN. The men who are to comprise the second Tasmanian unit have been selected, and their names will be found below. None of those who volunteered at Launceston were chosen, as they were not such good marksmen as were required. By yesterday's express five more volunteers from the country dis tricts, whose services have been ac cepted, left for Hobart. It has not been definitely decided when the unit will be ready to leave for Melbourne to join one of the trans port steamers. BEACONSFIELD, Wednesday. A social to Privates T. Galvin, Chas. Parish, andl Riley, whose services for the Transvaal have been accepted, was held at the Alicia Hall on Monday night, and proved very successful; in fact, the programme rendered was one of the best ever given at Beaconsfield. Mr. T. E. Woodman. chairman of the Town Board, presided, and there was a large attendance, the audience being very enthusiastic. The Beaconsfield Band was present, and rendered valu able a...
UNION COMPANY'S STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
UNION COMPANY'S ST?AIMERS. Inward.-From Melbou rno:-To-morrow, Pateena, s., due at 12.30 p.m. At Devonport -To-day, Penguin, s., due. At Hobart To-anorrow, Talune, s., due. From Sydney Saturday, VWakat!pu. s., due at 6 p.m. At Hobart - Mfonday, Oonah, s., expected. From New Zealand:-At Hobart--To-mor row, Monowai, s., due. Outward. - For Melbourne:-Saturday, Pateena, s., leaves at 3 p.m. From Hobart To-morrow, Monowai, s., leaves at 3 p.m. From Devonport--Monday, Penguin, s., leaves. For Sydney:-Tuesday, Waka tipu, s., leaves. From HIcbart--Tezsday, Oonah, s., leaves. For New Zealand: From Hobart-To-morrow, Talune, s., loaves.
COASTERS—OUTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
COA'STIEKRS-OUTWVARD. Jan. --Wareatea, s., 160 tons, R. F. Har ris, anaster, for Strahan direct.' Passen gers:--Saloon-Messrs. Sturgess, G. Lee, R. 'iRaymer, Mitchell, Elliott, J. Fulton, J. Dein, C. St. John David, Kay, C. G. Thurs ten; Captain Sams; and ten in the steerage. Cargo--General. Jan. 3-Star, s., 85 tons, J. S. Chapman, for the Straits islands via Boobyalla. Pas sengers, four. Cargo-General.
INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
INWARDS. Jam. 3-Coogee, s., 1000 tons, F. Carring ton, commander, fromi Melbourne. Passen gers:-Saloon--Mesdames Faircloth, Stew Rrt, Browne, Marshall, Finster, Harper, (Baker, M'Leod, Waldron, Greenwood, Guymer and two children, Stackhouse, Thompinson, Abagail, Boucher, Bennett; (Misses Bishop (2), Chapman., Green (2), Stephens, Cragg, Roles, Sexton, Allen, Macrow, Campbell, Hart; Heon. Vale, Dr. Bull; Messrs. Ramsay, Faircloth, Ander son, Murray, Stewart, Brown, Marshall, Snow ball, Bonadale, Tompinson, Fuinster, Goodes, Berry, Bolthanar, Forest, Hooper, 3M'Donald, Goble, Lewis, Griffiths, Bowser, Stanistreet, Veale, Pearce (2), Bowser, Sempell, M'Leod, Baker, Reiz, Brady, Hunt, Cussen, Ford, Lynch, Stevens, Reddish, IAbbott, Greenwood, Rider, Slater, Kendall, Abagail, Berwick, Young, Green (2), 'hurchwood, Bleasby, Howarth, M'Cullagh, Griffiths, Dowset, Ruishaw, Boucher, Baker, Webb, dM'Intyre; Masters Stackhouse, Wal ler, Hopwood, Waldroni; and 25 in the steerage.
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
SHIPPING High Water.-To-day, 3.15 a.m., 3.38 p.m. To-morrow, 4.0 a.m., 4.21 p.m. Moon.-First quarter, 8th inst,, 3h. 39min. 54sec. p.m. Full moon, 16th inst., 5h. 7min. 36sec. a.m. Last quarter, 24th inst., 9h. 62min. 54sec. a.m. New moon, 31st inst., 11h. 22min. 36sec. a.m.
SHORT STORIES. ACCUSED OF MURDER. BOERS' RUDE IDEAS OF JUSTICE. ("New York Sun.") [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
SHORT STORIES. ACCUSED OF MURDER. BOERS' RUDE IDEAS OF JUSTICE. ("New York Sun.") The man from South Africa was smoking in the club and moralising. "I suplose,"said he,"that when these lynchers set out to hang a man they usually get the right man, but it must sometimes happen that they get the wrong one-they are dreadfully im petuous. I have ,a great deal of per sonal sympathy for any man who is in danger of lynching." "Personal sympathy?" "Yes, downright fellow, feeling. I have always the fear that he is the wrong man, and lynching is too posi tive a proceeding altogether. He ought to have a chance-a choice of pills, one of which is poisoned, or some thing like that, if there is any doubt of course." - "Trial by ordeal? Do you believe in the ordeal style of trial yourself?" "I do," said the man from South -Africa, emphatically, "because I've seen it tested successfully." "Ands what had you done to be tried9?" "I had been keeping bad, company. One day I was trudging along the trek i...
MAFEKING. THE STORY OF THE SIEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
MAFEKING. THE STORY OF THE SIEGE. The following further extracts from the official log of the siege of Mafeking are forwarded by Reuter's Mafeking correspondent: On Wednesdaay evening, Oct. 25, the colonel commanding issued a general order ccngratullating the garrison on their steadiness under the heavy shell fire which took place upon that day, which resulted in the repelling of the enemy's attack, but regretted' that the Boers could not be induced to come within rifle range which would have increased the value of their repulse. He was glad indeed that the casualties on our side had been so slight, only one man having his leg broken by a frag ment of shell. He commented upon the rate at which the enemy were ex pending their ammunition, and ex pressed a belief that the relieving forces were not very far distant. That 1 day, too, we got news of the advance of Llewellyn and an armoured train from the north. Friday was again a comparatively quiet day. A quiet day we now under stand in ...
BRISEIS TIN MINES, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
BILISEIS TIN MLINES, LTD: In the English newspapers just to hand appears the prospectus of the Briseis Tin Mines, Limited, which was floated early last month, with a capital of £600,000, divided into 600,000 shares of £1 each. One-third of the issue, i.e., 200,000 shares, will be issued to the vendors in part payment of the pur chase money, and the balance, viz., 400,000 shares, were offered for public subscription at par. Payable-2s Gd per share on application, 7s Gd on allot ment, 5s January 31, 1900, 5s March 31. 1900. Applicants may pay up in full at any time, and will be entitled to receive interest at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum upon amounts paid in advance. Of this issue £ 90,000 in cash is reserved for working capital, etc., which amount was guaranteed on publi cation of the prospectus. The princi pal officers are:--Directors-The Right Hon. the Earl of Chesterfield, P.C. (chairman), H. J. Bristow (director of the Waihi Gold Mining Co.. Limited), F. S. E. Drury (directo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
Shipping UNION LINE OF STEAMERS &nbsp; LAUNCESTON TO MELBOURNE. PATEENA | Sat. Jan. 6. 3 p.m. &nbsp; PATEENA Thurs. IJan. 11. 9 a.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; *The tender Centennial will leave the wharf at 2 p.m. to convey passengers to Rosevears free of charge. MELBOURNE TO LAUNCESTON. &nbsp; PATEENA T'hurs. Jan. 4. 4 p.m. &nbsp; PATEENA Tues, Jan. 9. Noon. Return tickets available for six months, and for return by Coogee if required. LAUNCESTON TO STRAHAN. WAREATEA Sat. Jan. 6. Noon. &nbsp; WAREATEA Wed. Jan. 10. &nbsp; &nbsp; LAUNCESTON TO SYDNEY. WAKATIPU Tues. Jan. 9. &nbsp; HOBART TO SYDNEY. OONAH- Tues. Jan. 9. &nbsp; &nbsp; HOBART TO NEW ZEALAND PORTS. TALUNE Fri. Jan. 5. &nbsp; &nbsp; Passengers booked to all Australian and New Zealand ports. HUDDART, PARKER, & CO.'S LINE. LAUNCESTON TO MELBOURNE. S.S. COOGEE From LAUNCESTON From MELBOURNE Thur., Jan. 4, 2 p.m. Sat., ...
NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
NEWS IN BRIEF. Sydney patriotic fund amounts to £9647. A new armoured train has arrived at Estcourt. New Boer camp is situated near Springfield. Total Boer front on the Tugela ex- tends 16 miles. Bar silver is quoted at 2s 31/8d per ounce standard. There is a heavy mortality in Eng- land from influenza. Hobart branch of the patriotic fund has collected £632 4s 5d. A furious dust storm broke over Mel- bourne yestertday morning. Victoria 353 and 298, South Australia 250 and 149 for two wickets. Boors are in strong force in the Upper Tugela country to Acton Homes. Bush fires were raging in the Der- went Valley yesterday morning. Nearly every native ruler in India has offered horses to the War Office. Seven cases on the list for the Janu- ary sitting of the Count of Requests. Second N.S.W. unit leaves Sydney in the Southern Cross on the 16th inst. Mr. Mulcahy, Minister of Lands, visits Burnie at the end of the week. Rev. J. S. Buntine was yesterday inducted to Chalmers Church, Ho- bart....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
A Bord recdof irectionl SMOKE . ONLY OGARETTES Seo Cigarwettes. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. t ARCHITECTS, Etc. A. HAROLD MASTERS-Architect.. etc., A.M.P. Chambers, Cameron-street. AUCTIONEERS. R. W. MACKENZIE, 59 George-street, sell ing Stock, Stations, Farms, etc. BOOT WAREHOUSE. T. BOYD, Glasgow House, 143 Charles-m'. Large stock kept. BAKER. W. INNOCENT, Baker, Pastrycook, and Confectioner, 75 Wellington Road. L BREWERS. J. BOAG AND SON-Esk Brewery. SCOTT AND GRIFFITHS-Tamar Brewery I } .. SCOTT & GRIFFITHS .* WILL GIVE THE SUM OF ONE (1) PENNY A BOTTLE ON ALL THEIR ALE, STOUT, & LAGER BIER CONSUMED FROM 1st JANUARY, 1900, UN TIL PEACE IS DECLARED IN SOUTH AFRICA. PROCEEDS WILL BE GIVEN TO TI-E TAS . MANIAN PATRIOTIC FUND HELD AT THE . ,. "DAILY TELEGRAPHR" OFFICE. MESSRS. ROLPH AND YOUNG, ACCOUNTANTS, HAVE KINDLY CONSENTED TO AUDIT THE 1BOOKS FOR THIS PURPOSE. (Signed) ARTHI-UR KINGTON APPLEGATE, Manager. "GOD SAVE THE QUEEN." BUILDERS. J. T. FARMILO, Timber Merchant and...
CHUDLEIGH TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
CILUDLELGII TURF CLUB. Nominations and weights for Chudleigh races:- .MAIDEN, HURDLE, Weight, 10.0. Homer Thelma Borocca Lethuen The Marquis Bessie Moore Dare Magazine Regitar Carbury TRIAL STAKES. Weight-for-age. 'Auriferous Hazeldean Lethauen Jena Thelma Linus Electric Light Whiarappa Mafeking Lonsdale Borocca HANDICAP HURDLE. Jena Kimberley Electric Light. Bessie Moore Eclipse Homer Barrington Lonsdale O-IUDLEIGH HANDICAP. Fassifern Merseylea Oarbineer Recreation Rory O'More Liberty HANDICAP STEEPLEOHASE. Barrington Westhorpe Uno Kimberley Regitar The Barber Lighthouse FLYING' HANDICAP. Carbineer Merseylea Rory O'More ' Fairy Queen Magazine Leona Thelma Linus Electric Light Recreation Mafeking Liberty Dare Whiarappa Hazeldean Lonsdale HA!NDICAP STEEPLE. st. lb. st. lb. Barrington ....10 7 Regitar ....... 9 0 ~no ............10 7 Kimberley .... 9 0 Lighthouse ....10' . The Barber ... 9 0 Westhorpe .... 9 10. HAINDIGAP HURDLE. st. lb. a st. lb. Electric Light .11 5 Lonsdale ...... ...
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
MANAGERS' RIEPORTS. Fahl Ore, Williamsford, Dec. 28-The in termediate level has been advanced 12ft., total 312ft. The lode formation: is now 2ft. wide, and consists of pyrites showing a little fahl ore. Water is flowing freely from the lode formation. The fahl ore as yet only shows in the face to about 2ft. above the floor of tunnel. Main tun nel-Winze sunk 3ft., total 15ft. Progress has been slow owing to water being troublesome and only one shift on. The lode shows strong, and continues to yield good grade ore. Ore won-About 40 bags; on hand (dressed), about 125 bags. Hercules, Mount Read, Dec. 30-No. 5 tunnel--Main crosscut advanced a further distance of 6ft., -aking a total from entrance of 639ft. The face consists of schist, with bunches of quartz, carrying iron and copper pyrites. A little more water is making. Other faces ..stopped during Christmastide. Self-acting tram worked 17 hours, and delivered 295 trucks of Mount Reid Company's gossan ore, and hauled 4 tons of general ...
KIPLING'S JINGLE AND THE WAR. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
KIPLING'S JINGLE AiND THE WAR. (To the Editor.) Sir,-Herewith I beg to return the copy you sent me of Kipling's jingle. That, you will say, concerns the busi ness manager; but I will seize this opportunity and ease my mind with a few words concerning this miserable war. I ami a woman, an Englishwoman, and one who loves her country with a deep and true affection. - Love of country is a good' sentiment, but there is a higher and a nobler one-the love of h'onour, truth, justice, and that ",riglhteousne!ss that exalteth a nation." So, on behalf not only of myself, but of many of your readers, I will state that no amount of popular clamour, no skill in "the art of putting things," no plausibility of statement, no casuistry in argument, will shake our conviction that this is a most unrighteous war, a war of greed and grab. Of course we are called' "Little Englanders," that stupid parrot-cry which is supposed to take the place of argument and fair judgment; but I will use the words of nobl...
CURRENT TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
CURRENT TOPICS, Scottsdale Licensing Bench.-Re ap-. plication of Mary Ann Smith, Scotts dale Hotel. With reference to the re port of the annual meeting of this Licensing Bench, which appeared in our issue of December 4 last, we desire to explain (in addition to what ap peared in our issue, of December 19 last) that the chairman, when referring to the allegations contained in the statements that had been brought under the notice of the Bench, said the writ. ten evidence only partly bore out the rumours, and distinctly disclaimed any inference that he thought the allega tions were true. He did not speak :trongly (as reported) as to the man ner in which the house had lately been conducted. We are sorry that the matter appeared as it did in our repo:t, and apologise to Mrs. Smith for any annoyance she may have suffered on account thereof. Ministerial.-The Chief Sccretary (Hon. G. T. Collins) will come north on Saturday, and-will be in attendance at the Ministerial ollices,Launceston, on...
The Examiner [PUBLISHED DAILY.] THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1900. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 4 January 1900
(PUBLISHED DAILY.I THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1oo9 TO CORRESPONDEINTS. Correspondents and contributors will oblige by not addressing matter for publication to individual members of our staff. Letters containing press matter should be sent to the Editor, or, if for our special columns, to those in charge of them, as, for instance, "Flamingo," "Pakeha,"' "Argus," etc. All business communications, including advertisements, should be addressed to the Business Manager. "Thssie."-Nine pounds out of every ten was British, and 19s of the balance came from European centies. Now that the holidays are over, we may expect that the election campaign will commence in earnest. The pre sent Parliament expires by effluxion of 'time during the latter part of this month, and it is understood the elec tions will be held about the middle of February. On occasions of this sort it is usual for Ministers to lead off with a declaration of the, Government policy. This task will devolve on the Premier or the Minist...