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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

THE WEATHER. Sir Charles Todd issued the following weather forecast on Thursday:— 'Tempera- ture rising. Weather fine, clear, and warn to hot generally, with calms and Kghtvari-. able winds, chiefly east to north. Sea smooth. Barometer falling.' Mr. .Wfiagge predicted:—' South Australia— GeneraJly fine, but within a few days becoming cloudy and unsettled, and winds shifting from north towards the south-west, some thuhv der and 'rain as 'Zuar' makes easting. Sea moderate. Northern Territory— Fine in the interior. Further tropical rains in the north. Variable wands.'

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
QUARRY ACCIDENT AT MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

QUARRY ACCIDENT AT MITCHAM. A serious accident happened at the'Mit chain Crusher Quarry on Wednesday. A mass of earth* gave way and buried two men named Williams and Hall. A- con siderable time was occupied in rescuing them from under the ground. Both men arc seriously injured, and Williams is said to be in a critical condition.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

Mr. A. Fischer ibas for many yearsdevoterl his attention to specialities for domestic; use, and this year he is again prominent) ?with a fine display. In bathheaters he ia^ ex-rtftwhig nvc different designs. i±ia at- \ tractive stand has a nrhmfcure tower she*- niouatinR it, which is formed into a darKw room. ? Tins is illuminaited wrtij aoefcyhjae1 gas from one of the Simplex generators^ These generators, of which four sizes aref showii, are claimed to be the ahnpiesty machines possible. They reamEe no raovablof, gaahoider, and consequently take pp littki room, and work eyedy. The light is shown? to its advantage in oonrtxast with other al* lumtnants. In addition Mr. Fiacher ex--' Mbita his cooking ranee, wtfrMi has becnty given the name 'The Fuelsaiver,' to dencte' the eoonomy of fuel with which, it is abks to do its 'wwk. In connootion 'wmth tiieaai there are shown several ingenious methods of providing a oonstaot hot water snprfy* ?withont a ballcock cistera. A farmerl novelty i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. DEAK1N, THE PRIMARY PRODUCERS, AND PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

MR. DEAKIN, THE PRIMARY PRO DUCERS, AND PROTECTION. The Victorian members of the Common wealth Cabinet hive been leadingthe people of their State to expect that the federal tariff will be based on the measure of pro tection prevailing among them. In this connection a Melbourne paper has recalled the views expressed by Mr. Deakin in an outburst of candour in 1892,' when he looked upon the then Government's high^tariff proposals with 'undisguised alarm.' In the Legislative Assembly he said:— 'Protection was carried, in the first instance, by the magnificent self-sacrifice of the miners of this country, who furnished a majority to the artisans — a majority which, without the assistance of the miners, the artisans could never have obtained. The miners, looking to the interests of their children and of the country, but looking beyond themselves-^-supported protection. It was owing to their aid that protection became the law of the land. The farmers were at first in doubt, if not antagoni...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

? THECONCEETi The show was open for about three hours in the evening, ? when an excellent programme of songs, and musical selections was admirably rendered by Cawthorne'a Orchestra, - the ' Adelaide ? .Glee Ciub, and well-known vocalists. Nearly 1,500 persons availed themselves of the opportunity of spending a pleasant evening at the Exhi bition Building. ? Excellent ? arrangements were made for the accommodation of music lovers who desired to devote their atten tion1 to the ? concert in the centre of the ?hall,, leaving the side passages clear for those who wished .to. inspect the exhibits. The musical programme included the 'Com- monwealth' march' and several other selec tions by Cawthorne's Orchestra, and three part songs by the Adelaide Glee Club. Mrs. E. W. Oldham sang 'A summer shower,' and Mr. R. Nitschke rendered 'Thou art my queen.' Two duets -by the same voca lists were also much appreciated by the audience. Mr. Mumme acted -as accom panist, and Mr. Walmalejy'of the Adelai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

iiiiii.i'iiiimiiininMiinMin........ ...... .»,... ? „... ? 11|f.....r^ YunKuHIRE RELISH THE MOST DELICIOUS SAtCE IN THE WORU). : MILLIONS OF BOTTLES SOLD ANNUALLY IN EN8LAND, BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES. ]- GOOD ALL'S GOOD ALL'S i CUSTARD POWDER. DESICCATED JELLY :- FomfAKWODlMOlOUtCUSTlRDBWITHOCTIGGS ' «»»»fc»B ? f ? DETO^ZSr''' ' ' PLICATE, DELICIOUS, DAINTY. : DEUCIOUS to Stewed Rice. ' ? : SIHSISS^ t0 'U kiuus of PuddinSS- .Makes a pure and wholesome TeHv in : 25HSJ9H5 i° 7erythinE. «fewfflinute,vrithoutstrainingo?Doi°S.ir : Proprietors '.-Goodall, Baekhousb & Co., Leeds, England, j SOUS T»ATMXrKG RE«BSESTATirE:P°^E5?BVERSTT, BAGOT ROAD. SDBMCO, = ? - - i - ' pektb, w.a. & 6S, ktj«j St.. MuLBoukim. ? - GOLD MEDAL WOMAN'S INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, London, 1900. Neuves : ? ? 'i** ' * - - ' - - . 'Highly 'mMs:4*ti-4\ 4W OVER 70 YEARS' Nutritious.' MM W Mm M fW established -LANCET. Ji \M\J\Af REPUTATION. tFor Infants, Invalids, and the Aged. 21 Warwick Street, Glasgow, Feb...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAINS AND A WEATHER PROPHET. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

RAEJS AND A WEATHER PROPHET. To the Editor. 'Sir— With' much gratification I read o£ the splendid rains which have fallen in the northern districts of South Australia. Ade laide gentlemen will . remember that nearly 12 months ago I told them of the coming of these rains. Besides, they are fore casted in my meteorological almanac for 1901, prepared nine months ago.. , It would be interesting to know what sceptics have to. say to such signal fulfilments, which, prove the genuineness of, my system beyond all question, and establish 'my claim to be the first meteorologist in Australia. - I am. Sir, &c., ; J.- HARCOURT GIDDONS, Meteorologist. -March 5. ?- , ? ? - f

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPAIN. THE NEW CABINET. London, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

SPAIN, THE NEW CABINET. London,. March 7. Advices from Madrid state that Queen Christina, after some delay, de cided to summon Senov Sagasta, who was Premier during the1 Spanish American war, to form a new Ministry. A Cabinet was then constituted, of whom the following are. the principal members:— Prime Minister, Senor Praxedes Mateo Sagasta; Minister for the Interior, Senor Moret; Minister for War, Gen. Weyler, of Cuban notoriety; Foreign Minister, Duke de Alniodovar del Rio; Minister of Finance, Senor Urzaiz; and Minister of Marine, Ad miral Veragua.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIAN FORESTS. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

VICTORIAN FORESTS. MELBOURNE. March 7. The l'orest Commission has reported that the control of forests and timber reserves should be taken out of the hands of the Minister of Lands and placed nnder the Forests Conservancy Board. The reason given for this recommendation is that Ministers are too subject to pressure by politicians;, in consequence of which forests have become denuded of timber, and some of the best lands in them have been alienated.

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ATTACK ON THE KAISER. STRUCK BY A PIECE OF IRON. London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

ATTACK ON THE KAISER. STRUCK BY A PIECE OF IRON. London, March G. Messages from Berlin state that as the Emperor William was driving yes terday from Rathskeller, in Bremen, to the railway station, a workman named Dietrich Wieland threw si piece of iron at him. The missile struck His Majesty, and slightly injured his cheek. Wieland, wlio was at once placed under arrest, is subject to epilepsy, and gives confused answers to questions address ed to him. The Kaiser's .-journey was not interrupted by the incident.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. FIGHTS IN THE REICHSRATH. London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. FIGHTS IN THE REICHSRATH. London, March 0. A lively scene is reported to have oc curred yesterday in the Austrian Reiehsrath at Vienna. M. Freszl. a Radical Czech, when for bidden to speak, stealthily approached the President's chair, and snatched from Dr. de Fuchs tho document he was reading to the Chamber. Freszl tore up the paper, and a scene of wild excitement and confusion followed. A group of Pan-Germans fellr upon the offending member and beat him. A number of Czechs came to the assist ance of their companion, and rescued him after a free fight had taken place.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KALGOORLIE MINING. KALGOORLIE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

KALGOOHLIE MINING. KAI/JOORL1E. March 7. Tlip following returns for February were an nounced to-day:— Kalgurli.— Ore treated 1,328 tons, for 1,070 oz. standard gold; average, 1 oz. 5-loths dwt. The extraction is civen as 'Ji per cent. Ivanhoc.— 5,y90 tons crushed, for 4,653 oz. 4 dwt. 12 gr. ; 3.32B tons sands cyanided for 1,419 oz. 10 -ivrt. 12 gr.; 4,185 tons slimes treated for 1,453 oz 7 dvrt. 12 gr.; 118 tons sulphide ore roasted for 50G oz. IS dwt; total, «,114 tons treated for 8,033 bz. 12 gr.; average, 1 oz. G dwt. B gr. The total out put of the mine to date is 134,119 tons, for 321,181 os:. 13 dwt. 15 gr.; average, 1 ox. 13 dwt. 2 gr. Some good returns have been got lately by tri buters, on' Hannan's Central Extended Mint1. M(*?r?. Rice and Nicholas's party struck rich wash at 90 ft., and 39 tons from Uieir claim, treated at the Boulder No. 1 batter}', yielded 270 oz. of gold. Messrs. Jamieson and party have bottomed on good wash, and are taking out a crushing. ? Messrs. Mo:...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. Cumberland. March 7:— Started to crush this morniner. Plates look very fair.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND'S FLOURISHING FINANCES. WELLINGTON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

NEW ZEALAND'S FLOURISHING FINANCES. WELLINGTON. March 7. The Treasurer, Mr. J. G. Ward, speaking at Auckland last night, said though £325,000 in taxation had been remitted last session the revenune showed an increase of £252,000. He estimated that the year's surplus would be £400,000.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEAVY RAIN IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

HEAVY RAIN IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE. March 7. A good ram set in yesterday morning at Goondiwindi, in the far south-west, where it was badly wanted, 1.17 being registered. The down river stations had a hoarier fall. A telegram received at Townsville states that 10 in. has fallen at Camooweal and'Al- roy, causing the creeks to overflow.

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ADELAIDE LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT. March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

ADELAIDE LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT. March 0. Mr. (korge Laughton reports:— Dairy and Other Cattle.— The medium supply of milkers included a few choice sorts. Prices high. Nearly all sold. The yarding of dry and 1st cows was again a heavy one. Prices were satisfactory throughout, easing towards the close. Nearly all sold. 1 sold best milkers from £S 10/ to £11; good, £7 to £8; medium, from £0; spriugere, to £0; dry mws, from 32/ for inferior to £4; fat cows, £5 :o £8 15/: bulls to £4 7/6. Fat Cattle— 125 carded. Prices higher. 20 unsold. Prime oxen, to £12 1U/; extra, to £15; goou, to £10; medium, to £8; prime cows, £i to £9; good, -to £7; medium, £5. Calves.— 1G0 in. 1 sold 03. There was good demand, and prices ruled firm for nil sorts. I sold super vealers to 47/; good, to .14/; medium, 13/ to 23;; very inferior, from 1/. Sheep. 10,900 penned. Prices easier. 2,321 unsold. Me tino wethers, 10/ to 16/; extra prime, to 17/; ewes, ^?! to 13/; a few to 15/; crosabreds, 10/ to 16/; extra ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN TBLEG-RAMS MELBOURNE. March 7. The half-yearly meeting of the Mount Garnet and Chillagoe Exploration Company was held to-day. Col. Templeton, who presided, «aid the develop ments during the last six months had been satis. factory. There was now in sight 95,000 tons of ore, of an average assay value of 3 per cent, copper, and of such a nature that it could be easily smelt ed; The amount expended in developing tlic pro perty had practically absorbed the whole capital subscribed, and 'the directors had carried through their proposals to increase the value of the shares from £5 to *£10 each. This extra capital would enable developmental, work to proceed on proper lines, and'the money thus available shnuld be suffi cient to keep all the workings going for a consider able time. The directors had also found it nccis sar« to issue 438 shares which had been held in re serve. These had been placed at £6 per sharp, which was considered a satisfactory Drice. The gentleman by whom the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

LONDON QUOTATIONS. Messrs. Clarke * Co., Universal Buildings, Grcn fell street, have handed us the following-;— , . , , , London, Vlarch 6. A.=sociateds— 4S/. Associated ^Northern Blocks— 48/9, buvcr. C'ocmopol i tans— 24 /!). Kingall fixtendeds— 10/. G.B. Perseverance — £7 3 9. Gnat Kingalls— £5 10/3. Ivanhoe— £8 10/. lake View Consols— £S 7,6. Sons of Gwalia— 53/9, seller. South Kalgurli— 50/. Cliillagocs— 29/. East Rands— £8, buyer.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, Mirtrh 7. Colonial Bank, preference— £9. Commercial Bunk, ordinary — Is)/. Commercial Bank, preference— £C H/. National Bank, ordinary— 71/8, 71/. London Bank Deposit Receipts— 20-4. Block 10-83/. Broken Hill Proprietary— 47/. South Blocks— 3/6. ^ North Broken— 17/, 17/6. Lyell Thar$is-4/U, 4/0. Mount Lyell-94/, 93/. Mount LycII Blocks— 5/3, 5/2. Chillagoe Blocks— 2/2, 2;. Chillauoe R. and M.— 28/3, 2S,6, 28/3: Ulenfine Consols— J3/, 42/, 45/, 41/, 42/ Ulenline South— £8 8/, £8 12./. Great Glenflne (paid)— 3/1 {. 3/. Long Tunnel— £13 10/, £16. I.onK Tunnel Extended— £14 10/, £14. South German— C5', 63/. SYDNEY, March 7. Ulenfine Consol?— 3Si8. North Broken— 16.' 10}. Chillagoe R. :md M.— 2S 6. Sulphide Corporation— 15/41, 15/3. Broken Hill South (paid)—' 28/3. Cirilanilionc — 2/6. New South Wales 3 per cent. Funded Stock— £09 Australian Gaslight— £17 15,.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

S.C.WARD&CO. STOCK AND SHAR£ BrtOKEftt, lei. 76 L 12, PIRII-STRIET. sister W. H. GREEN (Member Stock Exchange ot Adelaide). STOCK AND SHARE BROKER, 29d and £9e, Royal Exchange. Telephone 11S9. sS85rawf»

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