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NEW SOUTH WALES v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. RETURN MATCH POSTPONED. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

NEW SOUTH WALES v. SOUTH AUISTRALIA. RETURN MATCH POSTPONED. MMELBOURNE, Sunday. The return cricket match between teams representing New South Wales and South Australia was to have been commenced on the Association Ground yesterday, but owing to heavy showers all through the morning, and .the soddened state of the wicket, the opening game was postponed until noon on Monday.

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ON THE WEST COAST. ZEEHAN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

ON THE WEST' COIAST. ZEEHIAN, Sunday. The South King v. Western match was played yesterday. The former put up 92 and the latter had lost five wickets for 140 runs when stumps were drawn.

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MELBOURNE STOCK EXCHANGE. Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

MIEI4BOURNE STOCK EXCHANvGE. Sales. B.H., Block 10, £5 12s. Mount Lyell, £8 6s, £8 7s. Mount Lyell Blocks, 11s. Great Lyell South, 10%d. £reat Southern Mount Lyell, 10d. Royal :-arsis, 2s 3d. South Tharsis, 6s 2d, 6s 3d; ditto (paid), 7s o3d. New Bro thers' Home No. 1, 7s. Chillagoe R.M., 25s 3d, 25s 7%d. Queens land Mining (paid), 5s 14 d. Associated Gold Mines, £5 16s, £5 15s. Great Boulder, 33s 3d, 33s 4%d. South Gorman, £6 7s 6d.

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BREAK O' DAY V. WELLINGTON. HOBART, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

BREAK O' DAY v. WELLINGTON. HOBART, Saturday. This match was resumed from Satur day week, when Wellington continued its first innings, and close it when eight wickets had fallen for a total of 356. Burn continued his series of remark able feats in home matches, and totted up 213 not out. M. M'Leod also ren deired! valuable service, making 63. Break o' Day commenced its second innings, scoring 45 for the loss of two wickets. Scores: WELLINGTON. First innings ................... 229 Second Innings. W. Ward, b H. Hale .......... 24· M. M'Leod, b Chancellor ......... 63 K. Burn, not out ................ 213 G. Gatehouse, b Eady ............ 14 L. M'Leod, b Eady ............ 2 E. Free, c Gill, b Eady ......... 0 M'Dougall, b A. F. Hale .......... O0 0. Douglas, c and b H. Hale ...... 9 Hayton not out................... 12 Sundries ..................... 29 Total for eight wickets ... 356 Bowling Analysis.. - Eady, three wickets for 54 runs; H. Hale,. two for 135; Chancellor, one for 45; A...

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THE "EXAMINER" TROPHY. LAUNCESTON V. ESK. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

T'IM "EXAMINER"' TROPHY. LAUNCESTON v. ESK. The above match was commenced on the Association Ground on Saturday afternoon under favourable conditions both as regards weather and wicket The Launceston captain won the toss, and the Esk had to take the field, which they occupied the greater part of the afternoon whilst their opponents compiled a total of 233. Six of the Launceston got into double figures, but Cuff (71.) and Kissling (70) were re sponsible for the majority of the runs. The Esk only had a quarter of an hour's batting, but in that time lost three wickets for 16 runs. Scores: LAUNCESTON. First Inningas. J. H. Savigny, c Deal, b Ramsay... 23 R. H. Sams, b Pickett ........... 4 H. Wilson, b Fickett ........... 0 J. S. Clemons, b Pickett ........... 10 L. A. Cuff, c Pictet, b Gardner ... 71 H. P. Kissling, b Pickett .......... 70 J. Betts, b Pickett ................ 12 G. Arthur, b Pickett .............. 3 N. Ritchie, b Pickett .............. 13 T. Douglas, c Ramsay, b Picket...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

KANDY .KOOLA COUPONS. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS DRAWING FOR 100 PRIZES. WINNING NUMBERS WILL BE ADER TISEI IN TIE AMUSEMENT COLUMN OF TilS PAPER ON JANUARY 2, 1900. T HE NEW CENTURY ALPHA ItUMeMING BIRD CREAM SEPARATOR. This Machine has now a Skimming Capacity .f 27ga1. per hour (guaranteed), the price being still the same, £13. With the increased power no Separator can com pare with it for Cheapness, and the finish is in the well-known manner of the Alpha Laval makers. Every "Alpha Laval" sent out by us is guaranteed, and there is.no need to try and force our bdsiness by promising that you may return the plant if you do uot like it. The "Alpha Laval" ba:s never been beaten in competition by MURDOCII BROS., 112 Collins- irect, Il.bnrt; TASMANIAN DAIRY COMPANY, Sole Agents for Tasmania. IVOLE A Tonic Beverage, 1I UL LS SýHN P Agreeable & Beneficial _-----LCII .... RICK COVERS ("FLAG" BRAND) ON HIRE OR FOR SALE. Acknowledged by all as the most reliable Rick Covers issued to Tasmanian ...

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INTERCOLONIAL. TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION—COPYRIGHT. AN EXCITING SCENE. A DOCTOR ATTEMPTS TO SHOOT AN AUCTIONEER. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

IMTERCOLONIAL, -4---- TASMANIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION COPYRIGHT. AN EXCITING. SCENE. A DOCTOR ATTEMPTS TO SHOOT AN AUCTIONEER. MELBOURNE, Sunday. A very exciting scene was witnessed in thb horse saleWards of Messrs. Cogh lan, Boase, and Co., Doveton-street, Ballarat, on Saturday morning. William Coghlan was in the auc tioneer's rostrum conducting a sale, when Dr. Joseph Lalor pressed through the throng of people and presented a loaded revolver at the head of the auc tioneer. Mr. R. S. Foley, an auctioneer, who was standing alongside the rostrum, knocked Lalor's hand into the air, and Coghlan promptly descended to the ground. The latter then rushed at Dr. Lalor and hjt him a heavy blow on the head with a short, stout stick employed as an auctioneer's hammer, inflicting a nasty gash, from which a strong flow of blood ran down Dr. Lalor's face, saturating the front of his shirt and staining his clothing. Lalor was seized by several men in the crowd. The revolver was taken from him, and a t...

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

COU1ME1CIAL. LONDON, Jan. 7. Trade Returns.-The Board of Trade returns show the British impoits have 'decreased for the month by .£4,525,890, and the exports have increased by i£1,060,081, including ships constructed. Dividend.-The Peel River Company has d eclared a further dividend of 3 per cent. Sheep.-Dunedin and Sutherland quoted at 1 13-1Gd, Australian at 2%d, River Plate at 2 1-16d. Fair quality New Zealand lamb is quoted at 4d.

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SILVER. LONDON, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

SILVER. LONDON, Jan. 7. Bar silver is quoted at 2s 31/8d per oz. standard.

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AUSTRALIAN MINING. LONDON, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

AUSTRA LIAN MINING. LONDON. Jan. 7. The following sales of Australasian mining shares are reported on the Lon don Stock Exchange: Associated, £G 5s. Broken Hill Proprietary, £2 3s. Chillagoe, 26s 3d. Great Boulder, 34s. Ivanhoe, £12 17s Gd. Lake View, £11 12s Gd. Mount Lyell, £S 10s. North Lyell, £2 17s Gd. Mount Morgan, £4 17s 6d.

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CRICKET. CONSULT A. W. BIRCHALL AND SONS FOR CRICKET MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

CONSULT A. . BIRCILALL AND SONS FOR CRICKET MATERIAL. A match, Nils v. Railway, was played on St. George's Square on Saturday,.. and resulted in a win for the former by seven wickets and 81 runs. Railway. -Batting, total 76; H. Lillicrapp, 30 not out. Bowling--R. Williams, two for 53; J, Boscoe,, one for 17. Nils Batting, total three wickets for 157; C. Frost, 64 not out; J. Bond, 48 not out; H. Lakin, 19;. A. Conway, 12. Bowling-H. Lakin, three for 3; C. Frost, four for 21; Newman, two for 12; Armitage, one for 23. Lawrence Vale v. hEdeavour. En deavour-Batting, 98; O. Wigan 32, W. Cartledge 21, Claude Cartledge 15, A. Clerke 18. Bowling-A. Boyles, one for 16; W. Cartledge, one for 1. Lawrence Vale-Batting, two for 41; G. Robertson 14.not out, C. Robertson 12, J. H. Bill ing 11. Bowling-C. Robertson, five for 21; F. French, two for 18; H. Knight, two for 17; E. Lewis, one for 15. The match is to be continued. The match played on the Cornwall Ground on Saturday between the Second La...

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MENTONE RACES. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

AE.ENTON E RAC 2S. MELBOURNE, Sunday. Races were held at Mentone yester- day in pleasant weather. Results: TRIAL HANDICAP. Mulwala ....................... 1" Epitaph ........................ 2 Accumulator ................. 3 MENTONE PLATE. Wild Olive .................. Vesperus ........... ..... 2 Liberty ......................... 3 STEEPLE. Tangiers ....................... 1 Passion Fruit ............... 2' Blucher ..................... 3 A protest against Tanglers, on the ground of interference, was upheld, and the race was awarded to Passion Fruit. MEDNTONE PURSE. Bold Boy ....................... 1" Mulvalj ..................... 2 Angus ............... ...... 3". WELTER HANDICAP. Private W illis .................. 1 Detonator ...................... 2 Admiral Cook ... ..... 3 MENTONE HANDICAP. Ascot ..................... Report .......... .... ....... ... 2 Burrabarri ..................... . 3. -- -- --

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

SPORTING, Messrs. W. T. Bell and Co. have been' instructed to sell at, Richmond Park,. Longford, on Friday, February 9, the whole of the blood stock of the late Mr. W. Brown.

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MOOREFIELD RACES. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

MIOOREFIELD RACES. MELBOURNE,; Sunday. Races were held at Moorelfield yes terday. Results: FLYING HANDICAP. Pax ............................ 1 Victory ........................ 2. Cavalier ...................... 3 KOGARAH STAKES: Game Boy ...................... 1. Bob Up ........................ 2. Solem .......................... 3': STEWARDS' MILE. A'uRevoir ..................... i Desert ..... .................... 2 M urra ........... ..... .... .... 3 NURSERY HANDICAP. Lucifer ......................... 1 Skein Dhu ................ ..... 2 Field Gun ...................... 3' MOOREFIELD HANDICAP. Wyalong ........................ 1, Fortune ........................ 2 Guardsman ..................... 3

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T.T.C. AND T.R.C. SUMMER MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

'I'.TC. AND 'I.lB..C. SUIJ REfL MEETINGS. To-day at 8 p.m. nominations close for the leading events of the Tas manian Turf Club and Tasmanian Racing Club summer meetings. In con nection with the T.T.C. meet the races ~which need attention are the Launces ton Cup, 400 sovs., 11/ miles; and the T.T.C. Handicap, 110 sovs., 11/4 miles. Under T.R.C. auspices the nominations falling due are for the Hobart Cup, 325 sovs., 1%l miles; Wilson Stakes, 110 sovs., 11/. miles; and the Tattersall Stakes, 120 sovs., 1I. miles and a dis tance. All the events named are handi caps, the nomination fee for the Laun ceston Cap being 1 soy., and for the Hobart Cup 2 sovs. Nominations close with Mr. W. H. Valentine in the north,. and Mr. C. H. Westwood at Hobart.

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COLONEL NORTH MINES AND RAILWAY CO., ZEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

COL1ONEL NOdRTH MINES AND) HAILWAY CO., ZEEHAN, Mr. A. E. Clarke, chairman of direc tors in the new company, has informed our representative that the above mine will be quickly" put in active' work again and Grubb's shaft making re turns, as that is the first work decided upon. Other parts of the mine will be let on tribute, and Mr. Clarke expresses surprise this course had not been pur sued by the old company, as in one day no less than four'parties replied to an invitation. The tramway is being put in order, and will, if the property owners in the district meet the board fairly, be carried through to the Com stock district, and thus allow some live or six mines to start work on payable ore. - -..-4 -

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

MANAGERS' REPORTS. 'Australasian Asbestos, Beaconsfield, Jan. 4-For the pase week have broken down another 50 tons of asbestos, and started bagging same. This is the best lot yet broken, being good, cleani asbestic rock, showing a considerable quantity of fibre. Have called tenders for carting it to Beauty Point next week.

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METALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

According to the statistics advised by cable, the deliveries of copper in Europe during December have reached the heavy total of 27.668 tons, this being probably the largest record yet estab lished for a single month. Stocks in Europe have been reduced during the month by 2948 tons, and now stand at 22,817 tons. This is the smallest stock for many years past. The question arises; however, what quantity is held out of sight by the American specu lators, and, in the absence of an answer to this question a satisfactory view of the position of copper cannot be ob tained. The following is a comparison of the statistics, as compiled by Messrs. Henry R. Merton and Co., Limited, for the last four years: 1896. 1897. 1898. 1899. Tons. Tons. Tons. Tons. Supplies 206,176 221,724 230,S92. 227,625 Deliveries 217,066 224,696 234,951 231,703 Stocks in Europe end of year 34,927 31,955 27,896 22,817 Although it is expected that supplies of tin from the Straits will increase dur ing the next few month...

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ALLEGED ASSAULT. ZEEHAN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

ALLEGED ASSAULT. ZEEHAN, Sunday. James Vernon, who was arrested for assaulting Eric Erickson at Rosebery on December 24, appeared before, the Police Magistrate, Mr. E. L. Hall, on Saturday. Erickson was present with' two wit nesses from Burnie. The case fell through owing to complainant not re membering the circumstances of thel as sault; neither did he wish to press the charge. The country, however, has been put to considerable expense over the affair, as complainant, with wit nesses, had to travel from Burnie, and the case was deferred twice for Erick son to appear.

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THE WEATHER. A COOL CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900

TIHE WEATHIEI.. A COOL CHANGE. Rain commenced to fall in the city at midday yesterday, and during the afternoon increased to a heavy down pour. The weather cleared 'last night, and the atmosphere was delightfully cool. The welcome change will be much appreciated by many. GLENGARRY, Friday. A pleasant change took place here on Wednesday eveniny, whcn the terrific heat was succeeded by rain. There was a good deal of thunder and long flashes of lightning, and for a time rain fell heavily. In all .36 of an inch fell, and, though not nearly as much as we had about this time last year, it was nevertheless very acceptable, for it put out the bush fires and did good to all growing crops, especially potatoes and turnips, without mentioning its work of laying the dust, which was getting several inches deep in many pla:es. Last year as mucth as 2.23 inches fell from Janu ary 1 to 3. The total rainfall for the year ended December 31, 1899, was 39.23: inches. HOBART, Sunday. Heavy rain fell this...

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