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25th September, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
25th September, 1899. The Dodds Medicine Company. Gentlemen, In July, 1898, I gave you a testi monial regarding the beneficial effects of your Dodd's Kidney Pills for the cure in my case of KIDNEY PAINS and RHEUMATISM. I am pleased to inform you that the cure has been quite permanent, as I am never troubled with them. I am always a strong advocate for, and a believer in, your Pills, and al ways feel quite safe in recommending them. Yours faithfully, WILLIAM ARCHER. Albert Park.
A RELIABLE MEDICINE. THE SUREST BLOOD PURIFIER. A RE-ENDORSEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
A RELIABLE MEDICINE. THE SUREST BLOOD PURIFIER. A RE-ENDORSEMENT. CONFIRMING ' our REPEATED STATEMENTS as to the Inestimable Value of this Magnificent and Thoroughly RELIABLE MEDICINE:- Melbourne, 30th July, 1PS8. The Dodds Medicine Company. Gentlemen, For many years I suffered with PAINS IN THE BACK. At times it was so great I could hardly turn or get out of bed in the morning. Knowing that it came from DISORDERED KID NEYS, I got a box of Dodd's Kidney Pills and began taking them. The PAIN and RHEUMATISM soon disap peare:d, and after using two boxes was completely cured. I consider Dodd's Kidney Pills a good, honest medicine for the ,diseases for which they are recommened. When I hear people complaining of LAME BACK or RHEUMATISM I al ways say, "Why don't you take Dodd's Kidney Pills?" I wish to add that this testimonial is entirely unsolicited, and only good will to man would induce me to allow my name to be published in this con nection.. MY WIFE has also used them with EXCELLENT...
LAUNCESTON EVIDENCE. ONE LINE OF IT IS WORTH A WHOLE PAGE OF FOREIGN TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
LAUNCESTON EVIDENCE. ONE LINE OF IT IS WORTH A WHOLE PAGE OF FOREIGN TESTIMONY. Make a mental note of this. The endorser is well known in Launces ton. Her veracity is unquestioned. Ycu are reading local evi lence. Investigating home testimony about Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. Launceston news for Launceston people. Mrs. J. W. Fletcher, of No. 61 Galvin street, is a well-known resident, having lived here in Launceston for over 30 years. She says:-"I have suffered from backache for a.number of years; the pain extended from the small of the back right up be tween the shoulders. I could not stoop over without feeling an increase of pain. Sleep did not seem to refresh me, and I would wake up in the morning feeling tired and weary. I tried plasters, but they gave me no relief at all. When Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills were first advertised here as a specific for backache I went to Fairthorne and Son, chemists, St. John street, and got a box. I was so well pleased with the result of one b...
PLANT DOCTORING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
PLANT DOCTORING. In the "Contemporary Review" for October last, under the heading, "Wanted, Plant Doctors," Mr. Car ruthers claims that no branch of science has made greater advances in recent times than plant pathology and therapeutics. Here are some samples he quotes as to the value of the prac tice of plant medicine:-The preven tion and cure of the phylloxera on the vines of the Continent by means of spraying with Bordeaux mixture res cued a whole industry in France from destruction. The surgical treatment of canker in trees has saved countless numbers of valuable trees, and various diseases of field crops, from fodder in clover to finger and toe in turnips, have been to a large extent stamped out. -In a recent report of the United States Department of Agriculture the loss in that country by plant diseases is estimated at £40,000,000 annually, and in the same report it is stated that the curative means employed in the case of a disease of peach trees-"peach leaf curl"-have secure...
FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
FLOWER GARDEN. Chrysanthemums will require to be sprinkled overhead, every evening to dislodge or destroy the numerous spi ,ders and grubs that are so abundant this year. If the treatment does not have the :d'esired. effect, make a care ful search over every plant; examine the leaves near the top of the plant, and if the grub has been at work and got disturbed' it will generally be found in a curled leaf. Squeeze the leaf at once with the fingers to pre vent its escape. Dusting the points of the leading shoots with tobacco powder is also another good remedy. In growing asters, phlox drummondi, zinnias, and in fact all annuals for exhibition or show purposes, it must be remembered that they require a little more care and attention than in grow ing them in the ordinary way, which in many cases causes the blooms to become small in size and of inferior quality. For the extra trouble that it may give you are rewarded with a superior article in every way. Lay a good thickness of half-rott...
THE GARDEN. OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
THE GARDEL. OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK BY A PRACTICAL GARDENER. KITCHEN GARDEN. In consequence of the continued dry weather, kitchen gardens, excepting where water has bePn freely used, pre sent a parched appearance, and the hose will still have to be kept going to sustain life. To sow seed of cab bage, cauliflower, and lettuce in the ordinary way while the drought lasts is simply a waste of time and seed, for it is next to impossible to trans plant the young plants with any de gree of success whilst this abnormal heat lasts. In the first place, soak the soil well with water a day or two previous to using the ground.. Then sow the seed, covering it deeper than in ordinary seasons,' and put a layer of pea hau'l, or long litter over the surface to prevent the soil drying too quickly. The seed' will soon germi nate, and: the covering must be, re moved to prevent the stock being drawn up weakly. The plants must also be thinned out before they suf fer from overcrowding. Peas may be sown thi...
FRUIT GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
FRUIT GARDEN. Where sound fruit is falling it is a sure sign that the trees are suffer ing from drought, and where possible the roots should receive a good soak ing. If this can be done frequently during the dry season it will greatly improve the size .and quality of late fruits. American blight is now mak ing its appearance more marked on apple trees. A good hard scrubbing brush plied upon the parts af fected, with a solution of Gishurst's compound or kerosene emulsion will have a decisive effect. Raspberries These are failing badly on light, quick drying soils, and nothing short of heavy mulch of strawy litter, the whole of the ground about them b'e ing covered, and occasional thorough soakings, will have prevented or in some districts will prevent the fruit from drying up instead of swelling to its full size. Strawberries all have suffered badly from the hot and dry winds. Even those that were kept well watered are not providing as fine fruit as usual. The promise of abun dance o...
ROUGH-RIDERS. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
ROUGH-RIDERS. MELBOURNE, Friday. The Premier intends to get an ex pression of opinion from the Legisla tive Assembly as to the proposal to despatch a regiment of rough-riders to South Africa. He is of opinion that a regiment composed of good shots and. splendid horsemen would be very use ful in.South African warfare. A large number of bushmen have offered their services. SYDNEY, Friday. Upwards of '£16,000 has been sub scribed towards the cost of sending a) regiment of rough-riders to South Africa. AUCKLTAN'D, Friday. The Premier has cabled the Agent General approval of the proposal to form a contingent of Australasian bush men for South Africa.
TIN DEPOSITS. HOBART, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
TIN DEPOSITS. HOBART, Friday. E7xtracts from the leading English papers show that Sir Phillip Fysh a short time ago explained to a very large and influential gathering in his office the tin resources of Tasmania. There were also on view a number of speci mens showing the mineral wealth of the colony, consisting chiefly of tin exhibits. The Agent-General drew at tention to the almost illimitable mineral resources of Tasmania.
THE FEDERAL CONTINGENT. TRANSPORT ARRANGEMENTS. HORSES FOR THE FRONT. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
THE FIPDERAL CONTINGENT. TRANSPORT ARRANGEMENTS. HORSES FOR TH]N FRONT. SYDNEY, Friday. The Government to-day decided de tails in respect to the shipment of the troops and horses for South Africa. The Southern Cross will carry 17 officers, 422 men, and 442 horses of the Mounted Infantry, in addition to about 150 horses purchased for the Imperial Government. The Surrey will take 14 officers, 321 men, and 367 horses, repre senting the strength of the contingents of South Australia, West Australia, and New South Wales,as a regiment of Aus tralian horse. The Army Medical Corps will leave by the Moravian, the same steamer taking the Tasmanian troops. In all, the Moravian will carry 19 officers and: 162 men. The Maori King will take the Queensland contingent and a few additional horses. In each case service carts and general equip ment will be taken. The Cabinet has definitely decided to decline Major-General French per mission to go to the front, on the ground that he cannot be spared fr...
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
MANAG ERS' REPORTS. Mount Farrell, West Coast, Jan. 2 Since last report have traced the lode by trenching for 2' chains towards the north boundary. Can get a little galena and iron pyrites in the capping. Will com mence trenching the the slate creek in the No. 2 section next week. White Pinafore, Lefroy, Jan. &--I wired you yesterday that I had cut Gin. of quartz, carrying gold. This was met with at G4ft. from the shaft, and I am inclined to think it is the reef. If so it is small and poor, although I can see gold in the stone, and it may very soon improve by driving on, but will extend the crosscut a few feet further before starting to drive on it.
MINING INTELLIGENCE STOCK & SHAREBROKERS. R. F. IRVINE, MINING AGENT AND SHAREBROKER. Special Attention Investment Stocks. EDWIN WALLER. Stock and Share Broker. Reliable and Prompt Advice. Exchange B'd'gs, St. John-st., Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
MINING INTELLIGENCE STOCK & SHAREBROKERS. R. F. IRVINE, MINING AGENT AND SHAREBROKER. Special Attention Investment Stocks. EDWIN WALLER, Stock and Share Broker. Reliable and Prompt Advice. Exchange B'd'gs, St. John-st., Launceston. The local quotation for tin ore is 16s per unit. Calls Notified.-Royal Tharsis and South Tharsis. Mr. Webb, superintending engineer to the firm of Messrs. Edge and Edge, electrical engineers, who are fitting up the Ringarooma gold mine with an electric plant, arrived from Melbourne yesterday. He proceeded to Scotts dale by the 4.30 p.m. train en route to the Ringarooma mine, at A.lberton.
WEST COAST MINING. ZEEHAN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
WEST COAST MINING. ZEEHAN, Friday. Mr. J. M'Peake, who was recently ap pointed to the management of the Mount Tyndall Copper Mining Com pany, left to-day to commence active operations. The mine manager holds excellent credentials, and the direc torate states it intends to practically develop the property, as a fair amount of money has been placed'to credit, and the materials are said to be on the property. Its success or otherwise will be know before the present year ter minates.
TASMANIAN COLLEGE (BOYS). UNDENOMINATIONAL. YORK-STREET, LAUNCESTON (NEXT DOOR TO HERD'S MART). A. GYE, PRINCIPAL, WITH A FULL STAFF OF TRAINED TEACHERS. A UNIQUE HONOUR TO THE NEW (20th) CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
TASMANIAN COLLEGE (BOYS). UNDENOMINATIONAL. YORK-STREET, LAUNCESTON (NEXT DOOR TO HERD'S HART). A. GYE, PRINCIPAL, WITH A FULL STAFF OF TRAINED TEACHERS. A UNIQUE HONOUR TO THE NEW (20th) CENTURY. MR. GYE, who has been so well known in Launceston as a teacher for the last nine years, will open the above College on MONDAY, the 15th inst., under specially favourable auspices, and in the above most central position. The building contains suites of large class rooms, well lighted, and admirably adapted for scholastic purposes. The many regular successes in Civil Service, University, and scholarship examinations in England, Victoria, and Tasmania, together with the high position so many of Mr. Gye's pupils hold in the professional and commercial world, stamp the New College witl *he fame of an old-established institution. There will be two distinct departments quite separate-the A Division o r High School, the B Division or Primary School. The A Division will embrace a thorough commercia...
TASMANIAN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
TASMANIAN RACING CLUB. The summer meet of the Tasmanian Racing Club will be held at Elwick on February 13, 14, and 16. Nominations .'for the Hobart Cup, Wilson Stakes, and Tattersall Stakes close on Monday, the 8th inst., at 8 p.m. General entries close atr8 p.m. on Monday, the 22nd inst.
MEETING AT BURNIE. A GOOD RESPONSE. THE SUM OF £27 TO START WITH. BURNIE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
MlETING AT BURNIE. A GOOD RESPONSE. THE SUM OF £ 27 TO START WITH. BURNIE, Friday. A public meeting was held in the Town Hall to-night on behalf of the .patriotic fund. There was a good atten dance, Mr. C. H. Hall, M.H.A. pre siding. Mr. A. K. Chapman moved-"That it is desirable a patriotic fund should be established at Burnie." Mr. J. W. Norton-Smith seconded the motion, which was carried. Mr. Smith moved-"That the fund so raised be devoted to the Mansion House wife and child fund." This was seconded by Mr. F. K. Miller. An amendment was moved by Mr. H. J. Payne-"That the money raised be forwarded to the Mansion House fund without restriction." The amendment was carried. The following committee was elected: -Messrs. T. Wiseman, R. S. Sanderson, W. Jones, J. W. Smithies, and H. J. Payne, with power to add. The sum of £27 was collected in the] room.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
@ALISBIJRY'S FOUNDRY CO., MINING. MARINU* AND GNINRAIi 3NGINNlie TN d'rOOK-UNOTNU9. BOThURIRS. WNINa MAOHI N · A" Ph lUQUISITU6 FOR -BTAUA 'USERS. TF.ATTNUESToN," THE LEADING HOUSE FOR MEN'S 'L(OTHI'NG. The Working Man who would be well yet inexpensively drs -d should not fail to see our large stock of READY-MADE CLO'T}INC We stock iBeaufort and Sac Suits, Trousers and Vests, etc.. in ail qualtles and at all prices. We also stock Unlined Tweed Sacs, Silk and Alpaca Dust Coats Tennis and Boating Outfits, in great variety. Inspection Invited. TA BOLOR URD EoJICEI, T ? BBIRSKEA BSA E-ST. CHEAP CASII SALE. Gents' Balmorals, 6/6, 7/6, 8/6. Gents' Goloshed Lace, 4/9, 6/6, 5/6. Men's Kip Watertights, 6/-, 7/6. Gents' Shoes, tan or black, 4/9, 6/6. Men's Bluchers (stout soles), 4/6, 4/9. 3/11. Sand Shoes. 3/-, 3/6. Youths' Kip Boots, 3/6, 4/6. Maids' Klp Boots, 4/6, 4/11. Ladies' Canvas Shoes, 1/11, 2/11. Ladies' Shoes, 3/6, 3/11. 4/6. Ladies' High Lace Boots (stout soles), 4/6. Ladies' Kid...