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THE OBSCENE CAMPAIGN. FRENCH PAPERS MORALLY COLOUR-BLIND. THE PRINCE AND THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
THE OBSCENE CAMIPAIGN. FRENCH PAPERS MORALLY COLOUR-BLIND. THE PRINCE AND THE EXHI BITION. (From the "Daily Mail" Paris Corre spondent.) The rumour that the British Ambas sador in Paris intends asking for six months' leave of absence as a protest against the.attack on her Majesty is in accurate, or, at all events, premature. On the other hand, it is considered, in well-informed circles here extremely probable that unless the insults in the French press cease the Prince of Wales will deem it necessary to express his regret that, owing to the many func tions requiring his presence elsewhere. it will be impossible for him to retain the office of President of the Royal Commission, or to take any official pDart in connection with the exhibition. The belief is being expressed by Frenchmen of position that the Nation alists are working to, wreck the exhibi tion, in the belief that the financial trouble causerl by its failure would help them in their campaign to' overthrow the present regim...
RAINFALL IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
RAINFALL IN TASMANIA. The following is a record of the rain fall in Tasmania for November: IDaysl I Total Station. rain Total I since fell. rainfall Jan. 1 S1899. _Inches. Inches. Apslawn .............. 11 3.54 27.77 Avoca ............... 5 1.14 15.42 Bagdad .............. 21 2.01 16.79 Bellerive ....... 14 2.18 20.43 Iendemeer ......... 12 1.21 23.93 Black River ....... 17 2.92 38.09 Botanical Gardens ... 12 1.67 18.43 Brighton ........... 14 1.88 11.97 Burnie ........ 12 3.40 37.68 Campbell Town .... 8 0.60 14.35 Cape Grin .........20 4.42 38.10 Carnarvon ............ 13 2.64 31.04 Cullonswood ......... 7 2.82 24.95 Cressy .............. 6 0.81 19.99 Deloraine ........ 12 2.81 31.25 Fingal ............. 10 0.85 18.30 Frankford ....... 13 3.51 38.11 Flinders Island ..... 13 1.49 32.66 Glenora ............9 1.36 14.77 Glen Lusk ..... 14 2.78 23.62 Goose Island ...... 10 1.78 23.80 Gould's Country .... 5 1.73 40.25 Great Lake ....... 16 4.43 28.23 Green Ponds ....... 16 2.63 14.80 Ha...
A GOOD REMEDY FOR WEAK LUNGS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
A GOOD REMEDY FOR WEAK LUNGS. Miss C. Donovan, Stauger, Natal, says:-"I used to have very severe coughs and colds, and at times would cough up some blood, but since I have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I have not had any such se vere attacks, and think that this medi cine has made my lungs stronger. It is astonishing how soon this medicine relieves a cough. I always keep a bottle of it in the house." For-sale by all dealers. Largo size 3s, small l.s 6d. Hatton and Laws, wholesale agents, Launceston.*--2. Many people remained up all night in London in the hope of seeing some Leonids. In Russia there was a magnifi cent display on three nights. Priests and peasants alike thought the end of the world had come, and so overcome with terror were the latter that, it is said, some parents actually murdered their children to save them from the general destruction.
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
INDEX TO ADTERTISEEENTS Amusements ................... 7 Auction Sales ................. 8 Births, Marriages, Deaths ..... 1 Educational .......... .... 8 Election Notices ................ 1 Letters Patent .................. 1 Hotels ......................... 8 Houses and Land .............. 8 Insurance Companies ........... 8 Meetings ....................... 1 Mining ........................ 8 Fdoney .......................... 8 Miscellaneous .................. 1 Medical ........................ Notices ........................ 7 Popular Column ... ............ I Professional Column ........... 7 Railways ...................... 7 Shipping ....................... 1 Wool and Produce ............. 8
THE "LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE." ATTITUDE ON THE WAR. RESIGNATION OF THE EDITOR. LONDON, Dec. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
THE "LONDION DAILY CHRO NICLE." ATTITUDE ON THE WAR. RESIGNATION OF THE EDITOR. (From the "Argus" Correspondent.) LONDON, Dec. 1. I have more than once referred to the line of criticism adopted by then "Daily Chronicle' upon the South. Afri can war. It has been the line of Mr. Labouchere, and has proved so un popular that-judging from a sordid standpoint-very important conse qunces must have followed to its circu lation.. For a long time there has been. a strong feeling among Liberals that the "Chronicle" was too much influ enced by Mr. Labouchere, and by a small coterie of Labour leaders, no tably John Burns. The proprietors of the "Chronicle" have more than once. been out of sympathy with the doings of Mr. Massingham, their editor. It. has always beal understood that upoiv the Greek question they disapproved of his "members' petition," and of. his, Philo Hellenism generally. On the Cape war proprietors and -editor were. wholly out of harmony. When re monstrated with, Mr. Massingha...
ZEALOUS AUSTRALIANS. (Reuter's Special Service.) HOPETOWN, Dec. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
ZEALOUS AUSTRALIANS.. (Reuter's Special Service.)' HOPETOWN, Dec:. 7. The Australians,. who have been on pi'cket duty at Orange River, exhibits tremendous zeal and vigilance. Orn Tuesday- night a Royal Artillery captain and sergeant, returning from here after purchasing horses for the troops, not knowing the countersign, and being without passes, were arrested by the picket, and remained as prisoners, all night. Too much vigilance cannot be exercised,. and the conduct of the Aus tralians is universally admi'ed.
BOERS FROM AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
BOERS FROM AUSTRALIA. Mr. T. Dawson, of Brighton, en quiries (says the "Adelaide Observer") whether the authorities have heard that a volunteer force is being formed secretly with the purpose of proceeding to the Transvaal via Dela goa Bay to fight for the Boers. The correspondent has been informed' that "the headquarters of these rebels is Broken Hill. Arrangements are made that the members will join the boats for South Africa singly, and will hold no communication with each other till after leaving the Australian coast. No arms are to be taken, the Boers being relied on to find them in weapons. The leaders--the first lot, to the num ber of about 20, have already gone- are very careful to conceal their identity. Outside those already gone' very few men are offering to join' the movement.
"KIPLING'S JINGLE." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
"KIPLING'S JING?LE." (To the Editor.) Sir,-In reply to the letter under the above heading in to-day's issue of your paper, we all, as Christians and hu manitarians, must deprecate war, with its attendant suffering and death; but your correspondent seems to ignore the fact that every effort was made to bring things to a peaceful issue (un fortunately without avail), and also that, by reason of our suzerainty, we had the right to demand justice for our people. She cannot be au fait with the raison d'etre of this war, or she would know that (to quote her own words) it was precisely the "love of honour, truth, and justice" that caused us to embark in it. Perhaps, had she lived under Boer rule, she would have held a different opinion as to its justice. With regard to the "brave defenders of the two little republics," we have no animosity towards them personally, but in a caso like this it is the "many who suffer for the faults of the few," as witness our own soldiers, bravely facing deat...
COASTERS—OUTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
OOASTELRS-O UrTWAVAtD. Jan. 7-1-Wyareatea, s., for Strahan. Pas sengers: - Saloon - Mesdameos Dreesen, Miles and child, Button and child, Issell, Jaggers and child; Nurse Holmes; Misses Drcesen, Duffy, East; Messrs. J. M. Ste phenson, Ralph, Jas. Fulton, Clarke, Atkins, Boston, P. J. Berw1ick,Malliuson (2), Miles, L. Leverson; and 15 in the steerage. Cargo-General.
THEATRICAL. HOBART, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
THEATRICAL. SHOBART, Saturday. The Alfred Dampier Dramatic Com pany has held the boards at the Theatre Royal since Boxing Night, and has beeil playing to typical holiday audi ences. Tho season opened with the opportune production, "Briton and Boer." This was followed by "Three Musketeers," and last night Mr. Dam pier was heard to great advantage in "Hamlet," and received a flattering re ception from a large audience. The company's repertoire will be further drawn from next week, when "Robbery Under Arms," "East Lyne," and the "Merchant of Venice" will be staged. The season will be brought to a close on Monday week. & Terrible Accident is often the result of a slight act of carelessness; therefore we cannot guard too much against the lhabit of treating trifles with contempt. In dealing wih our health, this is a matter of great importance. Many valuable lives have bcen premnaturely lost through the neglect of a trifling cold or" for want of attention being paid to the Lnost si...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
SPECIAL ... PURCHASE .. . OF SAMIPLES LACE CURTAINS. PEPPER AND PEIRRIN'S LONDON BUYER HAVING BOUGHT AT A CONSIDERABLE DISCOUNT t 100 PAIRS OE LACE CURTAINS, ALIA *. NEW DESIGNS .. IN WHITE AND CREAM, THE FULL BENEFIT OF THIS REDUC TION WILL BE GIVEN TO OUR CUST?IMERS. Usual Offered Price at White Lace Curtains ......... 5/6 3/11 White. Lace Curtains ........ 7/11 6/11 Cream and White ........... 9/- 6/6 Cream and White ...........10/6 7/11 Special 4yds. long ...........13/6 9/6 Special 4yds. long ..........25/- 17/6 MUSLIN CURTAINS, WITH FRILL-24 pairs, samples, two pairs of each kind. These are very cihoice, and will be sold cheap. FANCY MADRAS CURTAIN, with Tassel, by the yard; any length cut. CHENILLE AND TAPESTRY. CURTAINS AND TABLE COVERS. ART SERGES FOR CURTAINS. EMPIRE NET FOR CURTAINS. ART MUSLINS FOR CURTAINS. GUIPURE LACE CURTAINS, from 15/6 to 50/-. Our goods are all imported direct from the manufacturers, consequently we can and do give the VERY BEST VALUE FOR MONEY. Pe...
CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
CLEARED OUT. Jan. a--Pateena, s., 1250 tons, J. V. Bent ley, commander, for Melbourne. rPasser gers: - Saloon--Mesdames H. Mo. gan, Armitage, Carter, Murphy, Parker, Button, Dawson and child, 1kin, Clark, Mellow, Davey, Watson, Hugh Dunbar, Clarko, Nathan, Stephens, Davis, J. Kelly; Misses .garfer (2), Dale, Button, Page, Durack, Meredith, Allison, Powell, Parsons, 1Dowd. Davey, Heathorn, Nathan.; Captain Paul; Dr. E. Thompson-Boyd; Mossrs. H. Button, Clarke, Watson, Hugh Dunbar, Valo, Snow ball, Foubister, Thompson, Taylor, T. Davey, Clarke, B. Tomkins. Cowper, S. D. Harbey, G. R. M'Donald, Hart, T. Davey, lAdams, Atchison, Sheppard, Taylor, Craw ford, Stephens, E. L. Davis, J. Kelly, Sleigh, H. B. Higgins, H. S. Martin, Sleigh, Mellow,, Murphy, Morgan, Armi tage, Guy, Byng, Auderron, An:derson, Towers, Bond, Wells, Balthasear, Durack, H. Button, Young, Durack, Dobbio, Dunlop, Taylor, Miller, Reynolds, IR:.unsay, Gut teridge, Carter; and 15 in the steerago.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
IMPORTS. Jan. 6-Wakatipu, s., from Sydney. 743 tons coal, 108 tons coke, 150 ess preserved meats, 80 css whisky, 30 bdls wire, 28 cs? cornflour. 28 ess maizena, 10 css kola tonic, 500 css kerosene, 75 bags bottles, 240 gunnies, 800 bags sugar, 20 css pieklcs, 21 bags bottles, 20 css glass, CO css fruit, 1 bag cocoanuts, 4 sks oysters; also cargo for Coast ports, and sundries.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT. QUEENSTOWN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 8 January 1900
SERIOUS ACCIDENT, QUEENSTOWN, Sunday. An accident of a serious nature has occurred to James Harry, a horse driver, on the tram from the Nortn Lyell mine. By some means the horse tripped with Harry, who fell across the line, two of the loaded trucks passing over one leg and tearing it in a fearful manner. Dr.- Rochett attended to the sufferer, and had to put thirty-four stitches in the leg.