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COASTAL SHIPPING. WEST DEVONPORT, Friday. Arrived. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

COASTAL SHIPPING. WEST DEIVONPORT, Friday. Arrived. Jan. 5-Meeinderry, s., at 11.45 a.m., from Strahan. Sailed. Jan,. 4-Penguin, s., at 2.30 p.m., for Hobart via Strahan. Passengers, one saloon and one steerage.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL. TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION—COPYRIGHT. STRIKE SETTLED. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

INTERCOLONIAL. TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION COPYRIGHT. STRIKE SETT LED. MELBOURNE, Friday. The strike of engine-drivers at the Bendigo mines has been amicably settled through the mediation of the Minister of Mines.

Publication Title: Examiner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WIND AND WEATHER. Yesterday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

WIND AND WEATHER. Yesterday, 9 a.m. Launceston.-Bar., 30.29; ther., 60; wind S., light. Cloudy. Tamar Heads.-Bar., 30.39; ther.,"62; Wind S.E., gentle. Cloudy. Hobart.--Bar., 30.29; ther., 66; wind N., light. Fine, hazy. Eddystone.-Wind S., strong: Raining. Strahan.-Bar., 30.25; ther., 63; wind S.W., moderate. I-azy. Stanley.-Bar., 30.31; ther., 63; wind E., light breeze. Cloudy. West Australia.-Bar., 30.10; wind E., fresh. Fine and clear. Victoria.-Bar., 30.30; wind S.D., fresh. Cloudy. South Australia.-Bar., 30.30; wind S.S.E., light. Fine and clear. New South Wales.-Bar., 30.20; wind S., fresh. Threatening rain. Chief Weather Bureau, Brisbane, Jan. 5. Special forecast for Tasmania and sur rounding regions: Cloudy, colder, S.W. and S.E. winds, with passing showers, and moderate sea around the coast of Tasmania generally, under disturbance "Tyana," which is now 700 miles S.W. from, Cape Leouwin, and travel ling towards Tasmania. This disturbance will affect all the southern colonie...

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FINANCIAL. BANK OF ENGLAND RETURNS. LONDON, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

FINANCIAL. BANK OF ENGLAND RETURNS. LONDON, Jan. 5. Following are' the neturns of the Bank of England for the week. The 1igures.for a week ago are given in l arentheses:- Banking Diepartment.-Reserves in. gold, coin, and bullion, '£30,746,000 (£27,907,000). Banking Department. - Reserves in notes and coin, £20,598,000 (£17,847,000). Percentage of reserves to liabilities, 38,58 (36.57). Circulation, including bank post bills, £28,828,000 ( £38,295,000). Public deposits, £8,744,000 (C 7,186,000). Othler deposits, £44,527,000 (£41,441,000). Government securities, £16,061,000 (£13,061,000). 'Other securities, 1£34,619,000 (£ 35,684,000).

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A LOYAL IRISHWOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

A LOYAL IRISHWOMAN. Mrs. Keefe, of Kinsale, in Ireland. who recently received a present of £10 from the Queen as a recognition of the fact that she had given seven sons to the British army, has made a public exprossicn of her pride and gratitude. "I am polased to say," she writes, in a letter to the press, ."that they are good sons as well as soldiers, and I want to publicly tender my humble thanks to her Majesty for her present great condescension in sending me a letter, which I have got framed. I had no claim upon her bounty, as my sons were paid for doing their duty, and, God helping them, they will con tinue to do their duty along with all the other true and loyal Irish soldiers true soldiers of the Queen." A paper announces that it will publish original poetry on the same terms as ad vertisements. You may mend a broken reputation, but your neighbours will keep their eye son ti'e crack. One of the hardest things in all publia affairs Is to keep the brass band from mis EAT JONES'...

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DAMAGE AT BLACKWOOD. CRESSY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

DAMAGE AT BLACKWOOD. CRESSY. Friday. On Tuesday a bush fire started at Blackwood, the scene of a conflagra tion two years ago, and was not quelled until considerable damage had been done to a stable and chailhouse belong ing to Mr. Joseph Francombe, sen. When the buildings caught alight there was no one about the place except Mr. and Mrs. Francombe, an aged couple, who fought the flames until they were both exhausted, and when help came Mr. Francombe was almost in a state of collapesa By strenuous exertion the. fire was confined to the outbuildings, which were totally consumed, to gether with a quantity of wool, chaff cutter, chaise cart, and other articles. The, chaise cart was the property of Mr. Jonathan ,IMiller, who had put it in MIr. Francombia's shed the night be fore. 'It is understood that present danger from fire is over, the rain on Wednesday night having quenched the flames. Another disaster occurred at Auburn, near Rosa, when two of the employees, Charles and William Cl...

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SITUATION AT BISMARCK. HOBART, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

SITUATION AT BISMARCK. HOBART, Friday. Mr. F. S. Seager, Superintendent of Charitable Institutions, proceeds to Bismarck to-morrow to ascertain the extent and nature of the recent bush fires there.

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OUTBREAK AT RINGAROOMA. RINGAROOMA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

OUTBREAK AT RINGAROOMA. RINGAROOMA, Thursday. The neighbourhood has been literally surround&e by bush fires, which have done 'the farmers a great amount of damage, Mr. C. Krushka, of North Vieiw, having had to keep a gang of men at work night and day fighting the flames. The Messrs. S. and W. Phil lips have also been sufferers, while Mra. T. Peters and the Messrs. Scott, of the Ledgerwood estate, and Mr. R. Oliver, Ravenscroft, have been in im minent danger from the ravages of the fire fiend. Fortunately the recent shower of rain materially lessened the danger, though the fires are still smoul dering. The weather seems likely to become hot again, so constant atten tion will be necessary to prevent an other outbreak.

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BUSH FIRES. FIRES IN THE MIDLANDS. WHOLESALE DESTRUCTION. JERICHO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

BUSHI FIRES. FIRES IN THE MIDLANDS. WHOLESALE DESTRUCTION. JERICHO. Thursday. One of the most disastrous fires has just passed over this portion of the Oatlands district. It started on Sun day morning on the estate of Mr. A. Mitchell (Glen Ex). From. there it passed on Sunday evening on to Ex Riivulet property. The fire was well checked till Monday morning, when a westerly wind ,net in, and it got beyond control, going over the Bell Vale estate from one end to the other, and on to the Tryothinan and Rose Hill properties. Here it was slightly checked, but a hot nontherly set in on Tuesday, and about 2 o'clock it started with renewed vigour, crossing from Pleasant Place on to Lower Marshes, sweeping over this and Rose Hill and portion of Northum bria, which property is on fire at time of writing, and also Hutton Park, Sand Hill, and Tedworth. Judging from the appearance of the fire to-day, it must be near Green Ponds, and should the northerly wind continue it will reach the Derwent. T...

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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

INDEX TO ADVTERTISEMENTS -4-- Amusements ................... 12 Auction Sales ................. 16 Births, Marriages, Deaths ..... 1 Business Notices ................ 14 Educational .................. 16 Florists and Seedsmen ........ 1 For Sale ...................... 16 Government .................... 16 Hotels ........................ 12 Houses and Land ............... 16 Insurance Companies .......... 16 Letters Patent ................ 1 Mining ....................... 16 Money .................:........ 16 Meetings ...................... 12 Miscellaneous ................. 1 Medical ........................ 14 Notices ........................ 12 Popular Column ............... 12 Professional Column ........... 12' Religious ...................... 12 Shipping ...................... 1 Sporting ...................... 12' - Tenders ........................ 16 VWanted ,........................ 1 Wool and Produce ............ 16

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CABLE MESSAGES. TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION—COPYRIGHT COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

OABt MESSACES. Xs~ A 3 D186 A2SSi OTCATION-COPY1uOITT COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Jan. 4. Butter.-Heavy supplies are depress ing the market. Colonial is quoted at from 100s to 102s, and Danish 120s. R.M.S. Britannia's consignment is in good condition. Cheese.-The market is hardening. Rabbits.--There is a large supply, and the market is flat at 8½d. Hares.-The market has been slumped at is 9d. Wheat.-The market is very lirm, but little business doing. Victorian new crop (December shipments) are selling at 29s per 4801b., c.f.i. The American supply east of the Rockies is estimated at 89,265,000 bushels, as against 88,907,000 bushels a week ago. Wool.-The Continental "Terme" markets' quotations for tops, River Plate "B" type, for future delivery, are as follow: Antwerp. Roub.ix. Fr. c. Fr. c. January .............. .40 6.50 June ................ 6.55 6.671 The quotations are in francs and cen times per kilogramme (2 1-51b.).

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GOVERNMENT STOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

GOVERNMENT STOCKS. British Consols are quoted at O£9 10s, being a fall of 10s on last week's Drice. New South Wales 4 per, cent. stocks are quoted at £1.13 l0s ( 110 10s). South Australian 3: per cents., £104.

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GENERAL SIR CHARLES WARREN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

GENERAL SIR CHARLES WARREN. Sir Charles Warren, who h'as been given the command of the division now mobilising for service in South Africa (the fifth division of Buller's army), is a soldier whose campaigning days were generally supposed to be over. But though the friends of younger men are indulging in some carping criticism -some of which has found its way into the press-there is good reason to ac cept the appointment as a wise one. Sir Charles has had a singularly varied career, including some useful experi ence of South Afrcian warfare, and the direction. of successful, though blood less, operations against Boer free booters on the. borders of the Transvaal and Bechuanaland. r In the Holy Land. { Like Kitchener, the commander of the fifth division is a "sapper," and I like him, too, his first important em- 1 ployment was survey and engineering work in Palestine. Most people have I by this time quite forgotten that c episode in his career. I have seen 'no mention of it in any of ...

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A GALLANT EXPLOIT. SWIMMING THE MODDER UNDER HEAVY FIRE. A QUEENSLANDER'S HEROISM. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

A GALLANT EXPLOIT. SWIMMING THE MODDER UNDER HIEAVY FIRE. A QUEENSLANDER'S HEROISM. The "Brisbane Courier" of January 1 publishes an interesting letter from Major Victor Sellheim, in which the gallant ollicer gives a graphic and modest account of the gallant action of a number of men, of whom he was one, at the Modder River battle. It will be remembered that during the battle Major Sellhelm, together with the colo nel of the Coldstreams and several men, swam across the river in face of a fierce rifle fire. "Since my last note, written on the Belmont battle-field (says Major Sell helm), we have fought two more battles, and have, as you will know long ore this, been victorious. That of Rooi Laagte was a small affair com pared with Belmont and the Modder River. At Rool Lnagte I went wit. some companies of the Northamptons, acting as escort to our artillery and that of the Royal Navy in action. Our portion of the action consisted in lying prone on an' open plain while the enemy's shell ...

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MINISTERS IN THE NORTH. THE MINISTER OF LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

MINISTERS 'IN THE! NORTH. ---~---_ .. THE MINISTER OF LANDS. The Minister of Lands (H-Ion. . Mu! cahy) arrived in the city from Hobart by the express yesterday, and spent the afternoon at the Ministerial-room, Post Office, in the transaction of a con siderable amount cf public business that awaited him. Mr. Mulcahy goes on to Biurnie to-day, where he will be joined by the Hon. F. W. Piesse, and with him will interview Mr. Norton Smith, manager of the V.D.L. Company, in regard to the land required for the Stanley breakwater' and other matters. Mr. Mulcahy then proceeds to thae West Coast. Among those who waited upon the Minister during the afternoon were Alderman M'Crackan and Mr. P. B. Dugan, who represented that a former Government had nromised to transfer portion of certain land at Glen Dhu for recreation purposes, and urged that it should be done without delay. The Minister replied that one of the mem bers for Launceston (I-Hon. W. Hart noll) had previously interviewed him on the...

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THE CHIEF SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

THE CHIEF SECRETARY. The Chief Secretary (Hon. G. T. Col lins) will receive a deputation of im porters at the Ministerial-room on Monday at noon. The object of the deputation is to talk over some anoma lies in the tariff, with a view to their adjustment. IO)NGFORD, Friday. The Warden and Mr. A. Whitfeld, J.P., presided at the Police Court this morning. George Williams, Thomas Williamn' William Perrin, and George Morton were charged with vagrancy. The first three were sentenced to one month each, and Morton to seven days. Dr. Carl Peters, the African explorer, declares that. he has discovered at Fura the gold mines of Ophir, whence the Queen of Sheba obtained the gold which she took to Solomon for the Temple. A steel steamer, Cecil Rhodes, for Lake Tanganyika. was launched at Wyvenhoe in the presence of a numnber of people interested in African colonisa tion. The whole can be taken to pieces and packed into parcels of about 401b. each for shipment As soon as a man saves up a few poun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

epper remn GIVE THE BEST VALUE OBTAINABLE FOR MONEY. This week we are showing exceptional value in White Muslin Aprons, just opened, at 10%d to 4/6 each. White Thread Gloves, with four buttons and black stitched backs, 1/-, 1/3, 1/0, 2/9 pair. Taffeta Gloves, four buttons, black with white points, white with black points, 1/-, 1/0, 2/- pair. White Washing Leather Gloves, 2/6 pair. Special Quality Grey Suede, just received, 5/6 pair. Lace Cotton Hose, 1/-, 1/3, 1/6, to 3/6. All Lace Black Thread Hose, 1/11. Ladies' and Children's White Lace Hose, 1/- to 2/6. Pretty Tan Lace Thread Hose, 1/- to 2/6. New Washing White Cotton Beltings, in latest designs. Boys' and Girls' American Collars, 6d to 2/6. Ties, Bows, Collars, Cuffs, Belts, Buckles, Purses, Hand Bags, Music Oases, Brushes, and Combs. 14in. Bordered Ivory Canvas, for centres, sideboards, mats, etc., 1/3 yard. New Face Veilings, in 100 qualities, opened this week, 6d to 3/11 yard. DON'T FORGET THAT WE GIVE YOD THE BEST VALUE OBT...

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TERRIBLE DEATHS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

TERR1IBLE PEATH1' . 4 SYDNEY, Friday. At the magisterial enquiry concern ing the death of Messrs. Cameron. over seer, and Hannh, storekeeper, of .Mount Arrowsmith station, near Milparinka, evidence was given that they took the horses from the buggy and' started across the country in the direction of a well. Mr. Hannah, with one horse beside him, was found dead eight miles from where they started. Mr. Came ron's horse died another eight. miles on, and Mr. Cameron then crawled on his hands and knees for a distance, and died only four miles from the well.

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COSTS ON A FARTHING VERDICT. NOT ALLOWED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

COSTS ON A FARTIHINO VE rI)DICT. NOT ALLOWED. SYDNEY, Friday. Mr. Justice Cohen gave his reserved decision to-day as to the costs of the recent action,; Caulfield v. Norton.; Plaintiff sued for £2000 damages and was awarded one farthing. He asked for a certificate of costs, but his Honor to-day dismissed the application.

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INTERCOLONIAL. TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION—COPYRIGHT. A MISSING BANKRUPT. A WARRANT ISSUED. LARGE LIABILITIES. AUCKLAND, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900

II'ITERCOLONIAL. - e TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION COPYRIGHT. A MISSING BANKRUPT. A WARRANT iSSUED. LARGE LIABILITIES. AUCKLAND, Friday. A meeting of creditors in the estate of C. J. Daley, who carried on :live drapery shops and clothing factories in Auckland, was held to-day. The whereabouts of the bankrupt are un known. A warrant has been issued for his arrest and a reward of £200 offered for his apprehension. The lia bilities ame said to amount to, £40,000.

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