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THE GLORY OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
The crown and glory of manhood is strength-power. All human conquests have been won by it, individual and collective. The earliest sign of decay in man is not usually pain, but weak ness of some kind-of mind or body, or both. This may be the inevitable sequence of advanced years, or it may, as we all know, show itself at any period of life. But it always means that the sources of strength are fail ing, as the lessening of the water in a river means a drying up of the springs and streams which feed it. I said "sources" of strength, using the plural word. I shouldd have sa'd "source" of strength, for in human be ings there is but one. What is it? Perhaps the experience of Mr. David Jones will help us to an answer. "In the summer of 1881," he says, "I began to feel ill and out of sorts. I was weak and tired, and quite worn out with little exertion. I had a poor appetite, and after eating had pain and weight at the chest. My secretions were scanty and thick. My back felt stiffand gave m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
" GADA? EN 1PUI~ ? ??IF.IER. A testimonial received from a grateful patient who cannot recommend "GADARENA" too highly. To the Proprietors of "GADARENA," Gunn-street, Invereskc. Dear Sirs,-Having suffered the greatest agony during the last three years from Liver Complaint and Indigestion, which my doctors pronounced chronic, I have tried all known remedies without relief; in fact, for the last twelve months I have not been able to take sumfficient nourishment and could not partake of meat of any description without prostrating myself completely, and had go so low that my family and friends despaired of my life. As a last resort my husband was advised to induce me to try "GADARENA," and, after taking the first bottle I felt a great improvemcnt, whilst after the third bottle I could take meat without any ill effects. I continued to take your wonderful Temedy, and have gained a stone and a*,half in weight. I feel convinced that had it not been for "GADARENA" I should have been in my gr...
PITH OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
PITH OF THE WEEK. 1900. A Happy New Year to all. Many of the Boers have deserted. Colenso-Ladysmith railway has been destroyed. Lord Cromer has been made a Privy Councillor. It was fearfully hot at Queenstown on Monday. Kimberley sent New Year greetings to the Queen. Caledonian festival gross receipts ex ceeded £ 150. Germans are preventing Boer recruit ing in West Africa. Steamer Waiwera called at Hobart on Monday for coal. Frederick Benjamin Williams found drowned at Hobart. Zeehan sends six men towards Tas manian second unit. There is a heavy mortality in .Eng land from influenza. Greece intends that Germans shall reorganise her army. About 1700 people attended the races at Zeehan on Monday. The last portion of the siege train left Capetown for the front. Iris team beat Strahan iii a tennis tournament at Zeehan. Formation of an Imperial Yeomanry, 10,000 strong, is assured. Local quotation for tin ore on Wed nesday was 16s per unit. Customs returns at Launceston last week totalled...
FRENCH ANGLOPHOBIA. A FRENCHMAN'S PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
FRENCHI ANGLOPHOIIA. A FRENCBlMAN'S PROTEST. Writing to an English paper,a French resident in England of 30 years' stand-. ing concludes his denunciation of the Anglophobia of the Parisian press as follows: "As a Frenchman I desire to protest warmly and. emphatically against the attitude of the French press-and =un fortunately by many of my country men as well--press and, public being al most equally ignorant on foreign poli tics and affairs, as they rarely travel, read no journals, and. speak no language .but their own, ,and believe the world to be bounded by the Boulevard Mont martre and the Madeleine. That they cannot or will not fairly judge the Transvaal questions I understand. But that they should so far forget French traditions, French courtesy, gallantry, and decency as to grossly insult a friendly nation, and a gentle lady whose only thoughts are kind and generous ones, whose only acts are simple and pitiful and gracious ones to all mankind-that 'there should be found in my...
RESULT OF THE KAISER'S VISIT. IMPORTANT SPEECH BY MR. CHAMBERLAIN. ANGLO-SAXON AND TEUTONIC TRIPLE ALLIANCE. AN UNDERSTANDING WITH GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
RESULT' OF 'I'IIE KAISEIl'S YISIT. IMPORTANT .SPEECH BY MR. CHAMBERLAIN. ANGLO-SAXON AND TEUTONIC. TRIPLI ALLIANCE,, AN UNDERSTANDING WITH GER MANY. Important declarations were made on November 31. by Mr. Chamberlain at a Liberal-Unionist luncheon in Leicester upon the subject of our future rela tions with other Powers, and particu larly with Germany. The significance of the Colonial Secretary's speech can not be missed, following so closely up on the visit of the Kaiser to the Queen and the interview which took place at Windsor between his Imperial Majesty ands Mr. Chamberlain. The right hon. gentleman, says the "Daily Mail," spoke of "a triple alli ance between the Teutonic races and the two branches of the Anglo-Saxon race" as a combination which "would, he believed, be a potent factor in the future of the world." Mr. Chamberlain introduced the sub ject by references to the United States. He remembered that on his lirst visit to America there was felt a general doubt as to the in...
NOTES BY PAKE[?]A. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
NOTES BY PAKEIL.A. On Monday, at 8 p.m., nominations for Launceston Cup, T.T.C. Handicap, Hobart Cup, T.R.C. Wilson Stakes, and Tattorsall's Stakes close. Chudleigh races and Chudleigh Caves will be the attraction in the north! for Wednesday. Mr. W. J. Southerwood's latest pur chase, Titanumn, by Metal, was favour ably commented on by judges at Long ford on Monday. He is certainly a nice stamp of horse. Rennie received some nasty wounds on the left leg at Longford on Mon day while making an effort in the Flying Stakes to get Rapid to the front. The mare was sent against the rails, and the rider suffered. If the weather is warm, caterers at our various race meets should take care to secure a supply of ice. The un quendhed thirsts ,at Longford on Mon 'day were appalling. The committees of race clubs, gener ally speaking, should supervise the ca tering themselves, and see that their patrons are made comfortable. In some instances I have known of the food has been fair but the attendanc...
AFTER MANY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
AFTER MANY DAYS. (By J. Donohue.) "You'll tell me next that I have been talking for fun-for my own amuse ment." "No, Frank," she replied, "I believe you. Yes, my boy, I believe you." "Believe what, you little puss?" "Believe that - that" - and she blushed slightly-"you love me." "Of course I do. But, Mary, come now, do you really care for me?" "Me!" she repeated. That was all she said, but the lan guage of love told the rest, for he con tinued "And now, my girl, since you love me, what is it that troubles you? Do, you thing I will forget you? In the long years, Mary, that may elapse till I work myself into a position to win you and keep you in comfort, you shall be the only- " "Stop!" she interrupted. "How can you answer for the years, Frank? Neither you nor I. Think, my boy, you may change, although I don't think I ever shall. You are young, younger than me. If the time comes, then, and you are still the-" "The same," he broke in eagerly. "I will always be the same--the self-same t...
ATHLETICS. SPORTS AT STANLEY. STANLEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
ATHLETICS. SPORTS AT STANLEY. STANLEY, Friday. Asports meeting was held here to day. Fine weather prevailed and there was a good attendance. Results: Sheffield Handicap. - Wilkinsoa 1, Hanlon 2, Morgan 3, Berechree 4. Oddfellows' Handicap.-L. Collins 1, T. Wilkins 2, S. Williams 3. Hurdle Race.-Morgan 1, Maguire 2, Johnstone 3. Quarter-mile.-Wilkinson 1, Maguire 2, J. Lyons 3. Mile Race.-D. Berechree 1, John stone and J. Williams dead heat for second place.
ANOTHER BRANCH. PENGUIN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
ANOTH-ER BRANCH. PENGUIN, 'Friday. A public meeting'was held here on Wednesday evening for the purpose of starting a patriotic fund. The atten dance was not so large as it might have been, the thunderstorm no doubt keeping a great many from attending, but the enthusiasm of those present made up for any deficiency in numbers. Mr. F. M'Carthy Clerke was voted to ,the chair, and in a brief speech he ex plained the object of the meeting. After a good deal of discussion it was resolved, on the motion of the Rev. W. Earle, seconded by Mr. Eastall "That in the opinion of this meeting it is desirable that a branch of the Lord Mayor's Mansion House fund be established in the Penguin district.' A strong committee was formed to carry outthewishes of the meeting. The following officers were elected:-Trea surers, Revs. W. Earle and J. Rodgers and Mr. Oliver; heon. secretary, Mr. D. J. Devrell; assistant secretary, Mr. F. M. Clerke. "The Absent-minded Beggar" was recited by 1Mr.. P. Sullivan, and...
COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS. WEST DEVONPORT, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
COMMERCIAL TELEGRAMS. WEST DEVONPORT, Friday. Ol1 potatoes are unsaleable. There is a large quantity on the wharf which are not bringing even the price of the bags. Small quantities of new potatoes are being sold for local consumption at from 4s to 4s Cd per cwt. The crops are not yet ripe, and recent showers have again. freshened things up. There is not likely to be any digging for export until the latter part of this month. In wheat very little is doing. A few small parcels have changed hands at 2s 2d per bushel. Oats continue in good demand, !aud small par eels are coming forward almost daily, and realiso from is Pd to 1s 10d for sparrow bills. Is 6d to ls 8d for Tartarians, and is Cd for Algerians. The new crop will probably be coming on the market about the middle of next month. Peas---Quota tions are nominal, business being confined to a few transactions for pig feed at Is Cd per bushel for damaged lines. There is Slill a good demand for chaff for local purposes, and prime sam...
SHIPPING ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. LONDON, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. LONDON, Jan. 5. The following notifications have been posted at Lloyd's: Arricals.-Gaetana Casabona, bk., from Sydney; Asloun, s., from Ade laide; Aberdeen, s., from, Newcaitle; Chingo Wo, s., from Hong Kong; Loch Ness sh., from Melbourne. Departures.-For Sydney-Bannock burn, bk., from New York; Salamis, s. I Ar Melbourne-Polymnia, German bk., n'om Friedrichstadt; Daltford, bk. For Brisbane--Duke of Norfolk, s. For Auckland-Indraghira, s., from New York; Hawkes Bay, s.; Indramayo, s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
TIBgH NNW OHNTURY ALPHA IUMMING BIRD CREAM SEPARATOR ' This Machine has now a Skimming Capacity of 27g1l. ipr hour (guaranteed), the price being still the same, £13. With the inerei?sed power no Separaor can notn pre with it for Cheapness, and the finish is In the well-known mann?r of the Alpha Laval makers. Every "Alpha Laval" sent out by us is guaranteed, and there is no need to try and force our business by promising that you may return the plant if you do not like it. The "Alpha Laval" has mover been beaten in competition by any separator in existence. MURDOCH BROS., 112 Collins-street, Hobart; TASMANIAN DAIRY COMPANY, Sole Agents for Taamania. A Tonic Beverage, IWOLFE'S SC NAPPSQ Agreeable & Beneficial R1ICK COVERS ("FLAG" BRAND) ON HIRE OR FOIR SALE. Acknowledged by all as the most reliable Rick Covers issued to Tasmanian farmers. ALSO, THOMAS' IHILOSPHATE .. SUN BRAND .. Bonedust, English Superphosphate, and other Manures. LAW, DUNCAN, AND CO., LAUNCESTON. NONE NEED T...
COMMERCIAL. ROLPH AND YOUNG. Accountants and Trade Assignees, etc., A.M.P. Society Chambers. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
COMMERCIAL. ROLPH AND YOUNG. Accountants and Trade Assignees, aet., S.M.P. Society Chambers. report having held their usual weekly sale of wool and skins at their stores yester day, when there was again a good lotting of both skins and wool. In the wool market they had a very decided hold off, and lower prices had to be accepted to effect sales. Several of their inter colonial buyers, though present, were very silent, showing little disposition to act. They cleared most of the catalogue of wool and all skins. In hides they have to report a slight advance, under 601b. hides bringing 3I/ per lb., over 60lb. 3%d per lb. Full particulars of wool sale will be found in the firm's weekly report. PROSPECTS FOR THE COMING SEASON. The North-Western Farmers' Associa tion, Limited, report under yesterday's date as follows:- Wheat.-On the mainland a record crop is now being harvested of excellent quality, which means a very large surplus for ex port from Victoria and South Australia. In New Sout...
WOOL SALES. HOBART, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
WOOL SAIISB. HOBART, Friday. Messrs. A:. . Webster and Son report holding a wool sale yester day at their warehouses, Old Wharf, at which a very good catalogue of about 1000 packages was offered. Buyers, however, have jurt received two successive advices of falls in prices, oc casioned apparently by the condition of the money market in England, and con sequently biddings were very irregular at considerable reduction on last sales' rates, whilst some buyers were recalled. A large portion of the wool had to be passed in. Amongst the pressed wool were sold: -J. Bolton--1 bale Merino, 11%d. J. Tur vey-3 Merino, 13'Ad. A:R-1 mixed, 11%d. WR-1 crossbred, 9½d. Glen Dhu-1 Lincoln, 5',4d. W. Hayton-13 Merino. 14 5-8d. JH over Alma-3 Merino, 14d. MMW-4 crossbred, 9%5d. Burnside-9 Merino, 13d; G Shropshire, 10d. JH over Alma--1 crossbred, '11d. J. F. Gage-2 rams, 13d; 18 crossbred, 13'Ad. J.B.-14 Merino, 13d. A. Scott-8 comeback, 12 5-8d; 1 Merino, 121d. GP-12 Merino, 13 1-Sd. HJ over Windsor ...
HUDDART-PARKER'S STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
HUDDART-P..ARKIER'S STEAMERS. Inward.-From Melbourne:-To-morrow, Coogee, s., due at 8.30 a.m. From Sydney: -At Hobart-Friday, Moura, s., ex pected. From New Zealand:-At Hobart- Friday, Jan. 26, Zealandia, s., expected. Outward.-For 1Melbourne:-Tuesday,Cos gee, s., leaves at 10 a.m. from the wharf, and 3 p.m. from Rosevears (see advertise ment). From Hobart-Friday, Jan. 26. Zealandia, s., leaves. For Sydney:-Fromi Hobart-To-day, Moura, s., leaves at noon.
COASTAL STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
COASTAL STEABLMERS. Inward.-To-day, Wareatea, s., due early from Strahan; Dorset, s., due from the N.W. Coast ports at 5 p.m.; Yambacoona, s., from King Island via the N.W. Coast poi-ts, expected; War reatinna, s., from Hobart via the East Coast ports, expected. To-morrow, Star, s., expected from the Straits islands. Tues day, Wareatea, s., due from Strahan at night. Thursday, Amy, s., from the N.W. Coast ports, due at 4.30 p.m. Outward.-?To-day, Wareatea, s., leaves for Strahan at noon. Monday, Yamba. coona, s., leaves at 7 p.m. for King Island via the N.W. Coast ports. " Tuesday, Dor set, s., for the N.W. Coast ports, leaves at 7 p.m.; Warrentinna, s., for Hobart via the East Coast ports, leaves at noon. Wed nesday, Wareatea, s., leaves for Strahan. Friday, Amy, s., for the N.W. Coast ports, leaves at 7 p.m.
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
TELEGRAPH-IC SHIPPING. January 5. Tamar Heads.-Arrived-11.25 a.m., Pa tecna, s., from Melbourne. Hobart.-Arrived-0.25 a.m., Talune, s., from Melbourne. Straian.-Arrived-3 p.m., Mahinapua, s., from Hobart. Sailed-Daylight, Kawa tiri, s., for Melbourne direct, and Warea tea, s., for Launceston direct; 12.40 p.m., Pe.guin, s., left Heads for Hobart; 1.45 p.m., Lemael, sch., cleared Heads for Launceston. West Dovonport.-Arrived-5.50 p.m., Kia Ora, s.. from Straban via Coast; I a.m., Meeinderry, s., from Strahan; 3.30 p.m., Annie, kt., put back through stress of weather. Sailed--G a.m., Annie, kt., for ItJunceston; 8.40 a.m., De Witt and Dauntless, kts., for Penguin; 3 p.m., Tasma, yacht, for a cruise; 4.30 p.m., Meeinderry, a., for Strahan. Burnil.-Arrived-12.15 p.m., Kia Ora, s., from 'Strahan. Green Cape.-12.40 p.m.,. Wakatipu, s., passed south. Gabo Island.-2.30 p.m., Wakatipu, s., passed south.
The Examiner [PUBLISHED DAILY.] SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1900. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 6 January 1900
[PU3LISHED DAILY.] SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1900. TO CORRESPONDENTS. 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," "Pakena,'' "Argus," etc. All business communications, including advertisements, should be addressed to the Business Manager. "Doubtful." - Gustavus Adolphus was killed at the battle of Lutzen, fought against the Imperialists under Pappen helm on November 6, 1632. Ho rode almost alone into a squadron, of Croats, when a shot struck him in the left arm, followed by another in the back, and he fell from his horse. The Swedes were so furious at his death that they fought with irresistible fury and won the day. The body of Gustavus was recovered and interred in Reddarholm Church, Stockholm. "Oont" (Sheffield).-Thanks, but not up to standard. Among the late ...