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AFTER THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

AFrTEIR THEI WAR. The Transvaal will come under the British flag for ever, while the Free State, in spite of Mr. Bryce, cannot te allowed to become a centre of disaffec tion for the Steyns and Reitzes of the future to, develop. The settlement will not be effected in a week. but in the end it will make a United South Africa, as free and as loyal as Canada.-"Pall Mall Gazette."

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TOASTING COLONEL-BADEN POWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

TOASTING COLONEL-BADEN POWELL. At the Service Clubs the health'of Colonel Baden-Powell is toasted nightly with great enthusiasm. So far the gallant defender of Mafeking is the supreme hero of the campaign in the eyes of military men. His in exhausti'ble fertility and overflowing spirits are the theme of universal ad miration.-"Leeds Mercury."

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
A LOGICAL DEDUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

A LOGICAL DEDUCTION. That the British are cordially hated .by the nations of Europe is evidence in itself of the superiority of that incom parable race. While fear may beget jealousy and: rivalry dislike, it is only jealousy and a sense of hopeless infe riority that begets relentless and un reasoning hatred.--"British. Califor nian," San Francisco..

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THEIR IDEA OF GALLANTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

THEIR IDEA OF GALLANTRY. That Frenchman who is trying to help the Boers by vilifying Queen Vic toria is probably one of the most. thorough believers in the proposition that France is the home of gallantry. -" Chicago Times-Herald."

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
AN ENCORE WE DECLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

AN ENCORE WE DECLINE. We are not going to re-establish the Boer Republics and set up again the Dutch flag, as Mr. Bryce apparently would have us do. We have learnt by bitter experience the sovereign folly of the "magnanimity" on which Lord Kimberley has thrrwn such a flood of light. We shall not repeat it.-"The Times."

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"A KIDNAPPING CLERGYMAN." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

"A KIDNAPPING CLERGYMAN." It wouldI seem that the Engli h transports now on their way to the Transvaal have carried off the last engineer, the last sailor, and the last stoker obtainable in Great Britain. We learn that at the beginning of the week an English clergyman, who had come to Rouen for the purpose, has been attempting a regular system (almost of kidnapping) in our ports, and has been trying to enlist men by means of the most tempting olffers. The terms offered were £120 for the duration of the Transvaal war. the money to be paid at sea. Not one French sailor was enlisted, but one Spanish stoker and one Italian enugi nceer accepted the above terms. Are there, then, none left in England? - " Le Petit Bleu."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LOYAL AND BRAVE NATAL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

LOYAL AND BRAVE NATAL. It is not only the colonists who have been able to take un arms who have deserved well of the Empi e. Those Natal citizens who have not been in a position to render active service as fighting men have done their duty nobly. Called upon, as the colony has been, for exceptional sac rifices in the common cause, it has responded in a way which can never be forgotten. N'eithers at Durban, Pietermaritzburg, nor anywhere else in the country has there been a sign of panic or a whisper of disloyalty. The one and overmastering thought and purpcse of the people has been to su:l)port tihe Queen's Government at any cost of money or life. Natal will have its reward in the appreciation of which Sir Redvers Buller's message is only the first sign.-" The Globe."

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BASIS OF SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

BASIS OF SETTLEMENT. Thle hoisting of the British flag over the Transvaal and Orange Free State territory is, of course, the basis of any new settlement so far as our-present enrmies are concerned. But nobody knows better than the Cape Dutch colonist how little that inclusion in the Empire interferes with his liber ties and his prosperity, but rather what a guarantee it gives for his secu rity. The British flag and equal rights-that is the basis of settlement; and beyond that for the present no one is prophet enough to be able to speculate.-"St. James's Gazette."

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"CHILDLIKE AND BLAND." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

"CrHILDLIKE AND BLAND." We have received a budget of cables from Pretoria. How different are these in their simplicity and the evidence of ,truthfulness they bear upon their face from those which come to us from British sources! . . It is true that the news they contain is not exciting. -"L'Eclair," Paris.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ENGLAND AT FRANCE'S MERCY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

ENG:IAND AT FRANCE'S MERCY. England is defenceless; her soldiers occupiecd far away; her diplomats em barrassed. Is not the occasion unique? Our statemen know it, but they have their own reasons for not acting. For the interests of France they care little. -"La Patrie," France.

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BOER SPIES IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

DOER SPIES IN LONDON. It is disturbing, but not surprisiig to learn that Scotland Yard has infor mation of importance, dealings be tween Dr. Leyds and some English men in London. That there are men in our midst in almost daily communi cation with Dr. Leyds is, it seems, a matter that does not admit of a doubt, and any day we may hear that some arrests have been made. The police have to act with great caution, their difliculty being to secure documentary evidence which would ensure convic tion. The offence is one of the most serious that could be colmmitted,, and the English law provides severe pun ishment for it.-"Leeds Mercury."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
"HOOTS, MON CHER!" [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

"HOOTS, MON Ulilt 1H " I learn from a sure source that Eng lish agents are pressing Frenchmen into the service in Tunis,.and Algeria. The men they are enrolling are mostly old soldiers, who as soon .is they arrive in England are incorpo rated in the Highland regiments and immediately dressed in the kilt.-"Le Jou'rnal," Paris.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMONG THE POOR RELATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

AMONG THEI POOR RELATIONS. The Triple Alliance has lived. It only exists upon paper. Germany, Rus sia, and England are about to make a new one which will divide Africa and Asia. It is superfluous to add that at this banquet of giants we shall sit at the foot of the table, among the poor .relations, and shall only get the dishes which the others do not want. We shall thus have drunk the cup of shame and humiliation to the dregs.-Ed. Dru mont in the "Libre Parole."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NO TIME TO BE LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

NO TIME TO BE LOST. A few centuries back, and twenty Governments divided the British?sles. To-day there is but one Government. That"Government reaches all round the world, and inoludes among other items 30,000,000 of Indian subjects. Its strength is in its vastness. If the Uni ted States stands still, England and other countries will not. The time is coming when there will be ONE great world Power. The United States ought to be that Power. The world is small enough. If we want to be its dominat ing force, it is none too soon to begin getting control of it.-"Evening Journal," New York.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

" Important Notice0 H.AVING found the " Special Anhiversary Rewards," distributed by us in the month of June last, of so much interest to the collectors of our Guarantee Tickets (one of which is placed in each tin), we have determined to again stimulate their collection, and offer the same special inducement to those sending in their collections in the month of June next, viz.: 30 { To the collector of the } 30 1 To the Collector of the next 1 largestnubr _ __e next }_ _ _ __ _ _ largest number101 { _____ _s. __ _ __}_ 1 10 To the collector of the next 0 10 { Divided in sums of 5s. each to the e1a ,larget number. J next 20 largest numbers. J 1 £5 { To the collector of the next } 5 10 f Divided in sums of 5s. each to the }£ 1® Slargest number. next 40 largest numbers. STo the collector of the next Divided insums of 2s. 6d. each to the 1 125 L largest number. J 2 ' 125 next 1000 largest numbers. o -?1 25 Tickets will be counted in the same manner as in our Usual Monthly Distributions,...

Publication Title: Examiner
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BRITAIN'S SEA POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

BRITAIN'S SEA POWER. If the defeats (sic) at Glencoe and Ladysmith have not had any unplea sant consequences for England, this is owing to the tranquility which at i resent prevails throughout the vast British Empire. There can be no doubt that England is not up to the level of a military Power of the Continent, but its naval superiority has once more been 'exemplified by the facility with which she transports to South Africa an army of nearly 50,000 men, while holding strong fleets in readiness in all parts of the world. It is to this superiority that the English trust, and go on with their business, while a small army protects the mother coun try and its colonies, or is employed upon new conquests.-"Fremdenblatt," Vienna.

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TUBERCULOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

TUBERCULOSIS. In the State of Illinois, under the new law affecting cattle which react to the tuberculin test, they are being paid for in whole or part, according to the advancement the disease has made and the condition of the animals. The cattle are appraised at from £8 to £15 per head to begin with, the latter figure being thea maximum. Full com pensation is made if cattle are con demned that upon post mortem exam ination show no signs of tuberculosis. If they. have been affected by the disease for a year or less, 75 per cent. of the appraised value is paid; if the diseasc has bedn in progress for a year, and not exceeding two years, 50 per cent. of the appraised value is paid; and if the disease has been prevailing for more than two years, nothing is paid, it being held that such cattle have no value.

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THE DAIRY EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

THE DAIRY EXPERT. Mr. W. H. Potts, the Victorian dairy authority, is anounced to reach Laun ceston on Wednesday week, and to-day the Launceston Branch Board of Agri culture will meet and decide as to ar rangements in connection with his stay in this city. I do not know what cen tres he will visit, but as his stay will be a short one it behoves country branches to be up and doing. It is to be hoped that as a result of Mr. Potts's visit the Tasmanian Government will see its way clear to the appointment of a permanent dairy expert for the island.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE OTHER PROVINCES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

THE OTHER PROVINCES. Harvesting is general throughout the northern districts of Victoria. In some cases results have exceeded ex pectations, while in others some mea sure of disappointment has been ex perienced. The hot winds caused a good deal of the grain to shake out, thus reducing the yields; but that con tingency has to be provided for every year in preparing an estimate, as it occurs with almost unfailing regu larity. Already serious damage has been caused in several districts by bush fires, and it is more: than likely many other losses from the same cause will be sustained before the end of the sum mer. The "Australasian" forecast of the wheat yield of the colony for the present season indicates that of the 2,243,000 acres sown to wheat 2,260,000 acres will be harvested for grain, pro ducing a gross return of 21,195,000 bushels, or an average of 9.37 bushels per acre. Present prospects in New South Wales do not promise any great addition to the rainfall of the year, as at dat...

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FARM AND STATION NOTES. WEATHER AND COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

FARIU1 AND STATION NOTES. WEATHER AND COUNTRY. The hot weather which has prevailed up to the time of penning these notes has naturally exercised a ripening ef feet on the cereal crops. Algerian oats have been cut for hay purposes in many districts, and farmers are reminded that it would be wise to harvest crops intended for this commodity as soon as possible. Wheat has matured rapidly during the past week, and har vesting will soon be general. There is not a large area under barley this sea son, this cereal being regarded as un certain in more ways than one. The potato crops promise fairly well, and the initial consignments of new will be ready for shipment about the first week in next month. Down south the cereal crops are good in a few districts, but in the majority are reported as light. The crops in the Derwent Valley are looking healthy.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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