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NOTES MD QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
NOTES AND QUERIES. ''H. Johns.'— Tbe player would court three, unless 31 had not been reached, id which case be would score only 21. ,'A Ratepayer.'— So far. nothinir hai been done, or will be done, regarding the payment of the mayor's allowance until after the filling of the vacancy. 'Curious' enquires:— 'Is it a general thing for tbe Government to keep school masters to deliver storekeepers' handbill* to children attending tbeir schools, thereby saving postages ?' Our correnpondcnt should report any case of the kind to th« Board of lnspecton, Adelaide. 'Commonsense,' on 'seed wheat and tbi drought,' wrote on Thursday night:— 'in The Evening Journal' it is telegraphed that three inches of ruin hu been recorded between Yardea and l'andurra. Now it the chance for the Government to ace promptly. Give the squattent the country, freehold.' 'Geo. Hall & Sons,' Norwood, wrote yesterday on the subject of 'Refreshment! to Imperial Troops':— 'There is a statement in 'The Register' to...
RAIN IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
RAIN IN THE NORTH. .HAWKER, February 27.— Tbe weather was sultry on Monday night, but before daylight steady' rain commenced, and con tinued at intervals throughout Tuesday un til 0.65 had been registeted. /NARR1DY, February 27.-After three weeks of terribly hot, sultry weather we experienced one of the fiercest dustetorms known for years, and after it 45 points of rain fell on Monday night. WILSON, February 26. — Splendid rain has been falling throughout the whole of to-day. It was preceded by such a night of wind and dust as the oldest inhabitant does not remember.
ROTUNDA CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
ROTUNDA CONCERT. A large number of people gathered on the rotunda lawn on Thursday evening to hear from the Locomotive Band tbe second of a series of open-air concert* arranged by the city council. Although tbe ckwenesB of the atmosphere in tbe city streets was al most unbearable, the temperature in such close proximity to the Torrens Lake was pleasantly cool, and tbe programme, winch was well earned out under tue baton of Bandmaster A. Sexton, proved thoroughly enjoyable. The following are tie items:— 'Colonial parade,' march; overture (Luits piel), 'Kda'Bela:' waltz, 'On the moun tain^' (J. Kaulich); selection. 'Great Bri tain' (H. Round); march. Le regiment favori' (D. Ertl); selection, 'Crispino' (Ricci); waltz, 'Dream of tbe ocean:' plop (C. W?Dalby); 'God save the
LOCAL COURTS. ADELAIDE: Thursday, February 28. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
LOCAL COURTS: ADELAIDE: Thursday, February 28. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell.] Marine store dealers' licences were granted to J,, Strapps, H. WarmiBgfon, and the Adelaide Bottle Co-operative Society, Limited. /- .-. . Thomas O'Mara v. J. J. Murphy.— Claim for £9 19s., being £5 balance due on a horse,- £1 moneys lent, and £9 money due. Judgment for' £9.
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Page. Page. Amusements ...... S Merchandise .'.... 1 Auctions ? ? 8 Mining ? ? S Board and Ixxlginc; . . 8 Miscellaneous Wanted 8 Businesses for Sale or- Money ? '. 1 Wanted ? S Offices to Let .... S Business No- Patents and Trade tiecs ? 1-2,7 Marks ? 2 Cycles, &c. ? S Persons Wanted ... 8 Carriers ? 1 Product- ? 8 Companies & Societies 2 Properties for Sale . 8 Drapery and Clothing 1,3 Properties Wanted . . 8 Education ? 2 Public Notices . . .2 Electoral Notices . . 2 Publications and Sta Funcral Notices . . . 2 tionery ....... 1 Florists & Seedsmen.. 8 Shipping ...... 1 Horses, Cattle, Ve- Situations Wanted . . 8 hides ? 1 Special Advts. .... 4 Hotels & Restaurants S Tailors & Outfitters . 1 Insurance Notices . . 2 Tenders ? 8 Lost and Found ... 8 To Let ? : . . 8 Machinery ...... S Wanted to Buy .... 8 Medical . ? 8 Wanted to Sell ... S
POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Thursday, February 28. [Before Messrs. Gordon, S.M., P. Addison, and H. Henstridge.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE : Thursday, February 28. [Before ?Messrs. Gordon, S.M., P. Addison/ and H. Henstridge.] ?: .' Joseph Dobbs, James Brascbe, and. Leslie Ra phael were convicted of being idle and disorderly, and were each sentenced to two months' imprison Frederick Richardson was charred with having assaulted Constable Deacon at Victoria Park -on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. J. ' K. Anderson de fended.' The information was dismissed. .. ? Frederick Cobb was charged with having as assaulted Constable Deacon at Victoria Park on February 27. At defendant's request the case was adjourned until Monday. Ernest Allen was charged with having assaulted Catherine Hofmeyer, at Adelaide, on Wednesday evening. After hearing the. evidence, the S.M. stated that it did not appear that defendant Wuj the aggresBor. He had acted stupidly, and had had to remain in tbe cell all night. ,. The information was dismissed Charles Selwyn Sowtcr was charged, under the Married Women's Protection Act, with havi...
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. The following table has been constructed- from observations recorded in this ; office for every six hours during the last three days and for this morn ing; Height above sea level, 147 ft.:— ' 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Pp.m. Tuesday .... .. 29.95 29.98 .29.95 29.90 Wednesday .. .. 2D.S1; 29.90 29.89 29.80 ThMSflay ....... 29.77 29.85 29.79 29.74 Note.— Barometer 29.74, sir'-'onary^ ,-at 2 o'clock this momise; dawk
PORT ADELAIDE: Thursday, February 28. [Before Messrs. J. W. Oaire and J. Williams.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
PORT ADELAIDE: Thursday, February 23. TBefore Messrs. J. W. Caire and J. Williams. 1 Harry B. Kennedy, Edward Stokes, Joseph Maurry, Joseph Moore, Albert Claris, and F. Ber tolini. Eeamen of the barque County of Anglesea, were charared with having, between January 19 and ebrnary Z5, embezzled ten pairs or manfcets, va lued £t 15a. The defendants pleaded guilty, and had to pay £6 ISs. costs and damages, and each to go to 8*ol for a fortnight. William Pollc was charged with having attemp ted to communicate with Map- Polle, alias May Pike, a State child, after having been warned by the department not to do so. He pleaded guilty, and was fined £2 and costs. Mary Ann,. William Daniel, and James Ocrrin were ordered to contribute 4.1. a week between them towards the support of their mother. Wong Tin was summoned to show cause why he should not contribute towards tbe support of his two children. Inspector Gray prosecuted, . and Mr. H. E. Downer defended. An ord:r was nude for the payment of...
METEOROLOGICAL. February 22—28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
METEOROLOGCAL. Fcbruanr 22—28. Statement of the atmospheric pressure, tern* perature, 'rainfall, and state of the weather registered at the Adelaide Observatory during the past- seven days at the hours mentioned:— Bari Temperature. Rain Date. 3 Therm 3 p.m. « Weather, p.m. M'xini. Mia a.m. ' lain. IShd. I '. Fri. 2*23.70158.1199.2 70.7 — ht., oc, W., II. Sat. 2SS9.8UES.3 100.8 70.9 - ENW.li.v.slty. Sun. 24 29.72 168.7 104.8 80.0 - N.li.fi.v.ht. Mon. * 25 29.37 10S.0 79.0 77.7 — S.E.md.thg. rues. 2628.88 150.7 S9.8 70.2 - ESE.li.fi. v.wm. Wed. 27|z9.75;i60.6 09.6 76.5 - ENE.li.fi. v.ht. fliur. S3|!9.«7|154.5|l03.1 78.4 — ENKli.ft.v.hL
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL, :?:-, socjjsty. i :.;; / A meeting of the council of the Royal Agricul tural Society of South Australia ' was held on Tnuraday morning. The president, Mr. Samuel Goodf* occunipd lhe rhsir. In accordance with a resolution passed at the last meeting with reference to .the best way of increasing the membership* the secretary, Mr. J. Crcawell, reported:— '1. The privileges of; mem bers should be liberalized in the same manlier as is adopted in sporting bodies generally. For our £1 la. subscription we give members actually only Us. worth of tickets, and that is if they are all used, and the only privilege is tbe right to go to the show a few hours before the general public. Then the tickets allowed each member (with the exception of his own) do not admit to the grand stand. My idea with regard to tickets is that each subscriber of £1 Is. should have a member's ticket and two ladies' tickets for each show, such tickets to admit to any part of the ground or grand stand ...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
MAIL NOTICES. GREAT BRITAIN. — March 7 — Via Suez, R.M.S. Arcadia, 11.15 a.m.; newspapers and regis tered letters, 10.15 a.m.; late letters, G.l'.O. 12.15 ji.ni, Adelaide Railway titatiou, 12.30 p.m., Port Adelaide Hallway Station, 12.4S p.m. British and foreign parcels post per the above steamer closes at U.P.O. 10.45 o.m. (Mail due in London, April 7.) Sp. March 16— Via San Francisco, :- p.m.; late ice, :i.3O p.m.; money orders to States, 12.30 p.m. Sp. March 16— Fried- rich der Gro*c, 11.15 a.m. Sp. March 23— Via Marseilles; Australien, 10.15 a.m. MANILA, CHINA, and J Al'AN.— .March 14— » p.m., Outline, via Svdniy. CAPE COLONY and NATAL.— Jlareh W-Mnuveh, 3 p.m. NEW AUSTRALIA (Para SUav). — March 7— :i p.m., via New- Zealand. NEW CALEDONIA.— Marcli 4— 7.30 a.m., to Sydney, thence per first opportunity. SAMOA and other SOUTH SKA JSLAMJA— March 4— 3.*J0 p.m., to Sydney, thence per first opportunity. FIJI.— March ?1— 3.30 p.m., tu Sydney, thence per flret oppor titnity. AUCKLAND and...
INSOLVENCY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
INSOLVENCY COURT. Adelaide, Friday, March 1, at 10 a.m.TrAdjourn ed Final Hearing— Alfred Charles Vcssey, former ly of Port 'Adelaide, butcher. Monday, March 4,J at 10 a.m.— Adjourned Final Hearing— Henry Pur vis, late of North Adelaide,; hotelkeeper, now of Hope-Valley, out of business. Tuesday, March 5, at 10 a.m.— Adjourned First Hearing— William Aird,- of 'St. Peters, accountant. First Hearingr Friedrieh Wilhelm Kruger, late of Greenock, labourer. Final Hearing— John Forrest, ofGume racha,' butcher. Adjourned Final Hearing— George Hartshome and Herbert William Hartshorne, trad ing as G. & H. W. Hartshorne, ? of Chief street, Brompton, tanners and curriers; Alexander Eason, Df Belair, South Australia, late of Nortnam, Wes tern Australia, merchant;. William Holland Bay, of Adelaide, labourer.
THE LAW COURTS. SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Thursday, February 28. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice and Juries.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
THE LAW. COURTS., SUPREME COURT.-CEIJUNAL SITTINGS. ? Thursday, February 28. [Before His Honor tlie Chief Justice and Jurips.1 The Crown Solicitor, Mr. J. M. Stuart,' K.C., prosecuted for the. Crown. Alleged Libel. ; - Charles -Walter Chandler, printer and. publisher. was cnargca on tne imormauon of £rama Bow den with liaviDg on November 24 published in the. 'Free Lance' a false, malicious, and defa matory libel, in the form of an article,' which Was calculated to' deprive the prosecutrix of her good name and reputation,' and to bring her into public contempt, infamy, and disgrace. Mr. J. C. Hainp appeared for the accused, who pleaded not guilty, and further that the matters charged in the. alleged libel, were true, and that it was for the public benefit that the matters charged should be published.— Before the jury was called the Crown Solicitor objected to the form of the plea, on the ground that it did not compiy wiiti the requirements of the statute. 'Section '03 of the Criminal...
SHARE MARKET AND MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
SHARE MARKET AND MINING. ? Change reopened on Thursday after the holiday to quiet business, with prices^gene rally firmer than dosing rates on TneMar. Western Australian gold stock were much the same, Boulders, Main Reef,, and Per severance showing greater improvement than other stocks. In silver some exchanges were recorded, prices in these stocks bemsj considerably firmer. It is reported that the lead market bas advanced some 10/ a ton, and this doubtless accounts for the advance in prices. Copper stocks were without change, and in tin North Queensland, after falling to 1*100, closed at £103.
AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
?AUSE&AWAN MARKETS. MELBOOBKB. February SB. WVat was -rm U*by at 5/8, to 1/8*, with nod atler. there was a demand (or large pared* C«r extended ddivery at 8/9, bat hotdew wen an nllise to tell on these terms. Bran realised Old. to Md., aad pollard ltd. to M»d- Fair to prime mltiag barieyfetthed t/S to 3/3. Ooed sUppiofj Algeriaa oats wen worth 1/7 to 1/7*. sad good lecd do. 1/8. to l/SL abbt was iteady at S/«v Chan wrW (ram «/ to SI/8. PoUtoes wen nomi nally worth ex to a 10/. Onion* commanded £4 10/ to C4 IS/, and extra prime to £5. Basinet* in Uss earned ISO rauf-ebeaw of CUna at SfcL to .'fid, sad 100 cbests of eommoo Opylon, and ,300 cbests of Indba at Qd. to 7,4 Tinned sal mon was sold fntly on tbe bads of 7/0 for good 'red Abate. Oaosidenble bataess was done in fnsdmn half-«ardmei ap to 5/8; ialt tannoa was in cood demand at 64 A Hat of 100 bales of corn ^k_^m ^m.« mill ig^ ^SMAa* B^mJ^^M ' ^MMk 4l*m ssess was soiq rer ciporc iiraaDagt were arm sn spot at 4/4. Fencing-...
TRADE AND FINANCE. CUSTOMS RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
TRADE AND FINANCE. CUSTOMS BECED7TS. The weekly receipts of the Customs on account of duties suwe the commencement of the financial year compare as follows with those of the nrevioua vear— * UBS. I 1800. 3uly 1-Dec. 90 . 019,01 i July 1-Dtc. SB . iSUfiH . 1900. U0L Januarys... 9,3SZ January 5 . . . 15^78 January 18 . . 13,168 January IS . .' HUMS laimary SO ... 11.00 January 19 ... 15,81 Jaauary 9 ... 9.S13 January 38 ... 17,730 rVbnitry 3 ... 18,501 February 2 . . . 16417 February 10 ... «,«» February 9. ... 10.808 Kebruary I' ... 9.0S r ebruary IS ... 13.1W February i« . .. 18.1M February S3 ... 1S.7M Total . . . ££0,136 Total .... ittS/BO Increase BOO-1, fliSSO. TRUSTEBS*. DEPOSITS. In bust week's ''Government Gazette' the National Bank of Australasia. Limited, was jiroclaimed as a bank in wbicn deposits may be made by trustees, v APPLES. The Arcadia, which miled for London .on Thursday, took 10,126 cases of applet [for the English market from Hobart and 85 cases for other ports....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
THE RAINFALL. The following are tbe quantities of rain regis tered at the undermentioned places for the U boors ended at 9 a.m. on Tliunday, February 18:— Port Darwin ... a« BedbtU ? O.03 Hirer Katberine . . 0.10 Georgetown ? 0.01 Alice Spring* . . . 0.J0 K&.tanga ..... 0.04. BUmnan ...... 0.0* EureUa ? 0.0V Quorn ? «.O1 Jonsaborg ? 0.03 Fort Augusta ... 0.03 flnuwtuwu ? 0.03 Yardea . . . , . OS Eadlna ? 0.01 Fort Plrie .... 041 Fowler's Bay ... 0.16 Crystal Brook . . . Oitt Streaky Bay ... 0.40 H.nminnH ? (L02 Pott KWstflfl . . . 0.1T WiUowie . .... 046 Port Lincoln . . . 0.U Wilmingtoo .... 0.02 OoweU (Franklin Appila ? OOI lUrhoor) .... 0.02 tiudsttae ...... 0.03 Point Lowly ... 0.0* Harridy ? .. OlM Angry pofitkian— 'Confound yon! I've a. good notion to have you arrested for UbeL, What do you mean by picturing me as yonl haver Cartoonist— 'Bat the nicturej look* like you.' Angry politician— 'E know it does! T know it does! But do D : look Uke a man who tikes to look tike...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS, DONALDSON, ANDREWS, & COMPANY. The BALANCE of Onr SIMMER STOCK Is Now Offered to the Poblic AT FURTHER SWEEPING REDUCTIONS. AUTUMN WE ARE NOW SHOWING A NICELY ? .IS ASSORTED SELECTION AND of WINTFR NEW GOODS FOR AUTUMN AND r-i n™\^irx WINTER IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. SHIPMtNTS. JUST OPENED. .- . — ? o— f ? ? '? '? . V ? Country, Visitors are Specially Invited to Inspect Our Spacious Showrooms. Now full of Novelties for the coming Season. , ' ' ' ? * '- -'. ' ': ' .? r~ ,\- 32, It UN DLE S T BE^ : T. ?56mwfc QOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. Races at Murray Bridge, . SATURDAY, MARCH 2. . A SPECIAL 'PASSENGER ''TRAIN will Leave Adelaide lor Murray Bridge at. 8.10 a.m. on the above date, calling at all stations (except Upper Sturt) returning, leaving Murray Bridge at 7.10 p.m., and reaching Adelaide. at 10.11 p.m. EXCURSION FARES will be issued to Murray Bridge from Adelaide and all intermediate stations to Monarto includ ed, available on the forward journey b- the a...
ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN TRAMWAY COMPANY, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN TRAMWAY COMPANY, LTD. The half-yearly meeting of shareholders* was held at the National Mutual Buildings on Thurs day. The chairman of directors, -Mr; W. C. Buik, who presided. -spoke at the satisfactory results of the year's- operations and the increase in traffic. The directors' report 'stated:— 'During the .past six months 149,957 more passengers have been carried than for the corresponding period .of last year, and the traffic receipts are £1,264 greater than for the same period. Your directors have placed £1,000 to the replacement account, which now stands at £15,555 2s. 5d., and they propose paying a dividend of 4s. per share.' The bal ance sheet showed that the amount of cash in the bank and in band was £1,090 8s. The report and -alance sheet were adonted.