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STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Thursday, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Thursday. March 7. The following sales are officially reported:— At 10 a.m.— British Blocks (new), 13/; Norths. 17/3; Sulphide Corporation, 15/44.; North Queens land Tin, £110; Associated Northern, 48/9, 49/: Brownbill Central, 3/1. ' At 12 noon.-Chillagoe, 28/; Broken Hill, 47/; South (con.), 19/4J; North Queensland Tin, £100; G.B. Perseverance (C), £7 1/ ; Associated Northern, 50/6, 50/9; Princess Royal North (paid), 1/8. At 3 p.m.— Chillagoe, 28/; British Blocks (old), 15/3; North, 17/6; Sulphide Corporation, 15/4J; North Queensland Tin, £104; Great Boulder Per severance (C), £7 1/; Associated Northern, 50/; Great Boulder. 24/3; Ivanhoe Junction, 2/6.
A SYDNEY LIBEL CASE. SYDNEY, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
A SYDNEY LIBEL CASE. SYDNEY. March 7. An action for damages which 'Jias been hefore the supreme court on several occa sions was concluded to-day. Maurice Her bert Limon, chemist, carrying on business at Glehe, sued the proprietors of the 'Even- ing News' for £1,000, as compensation for libel in January of last year, contained in a paragraph in the social column of the pa per.. It was stated that the plaintiff was married on the 24th of that month to Amy ]5rown, of Surry Hills, and gave details of the reception at the residence of the bride's relatives, whereas he had been married for several years and was then residing with liis wife and family. The jury gave a ver dict for £130.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALES. From 9.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. Gold. Western Australian Stocks. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND KAKGE OK SALES. From 9.30 a.m. till S.80 p.m. Gold. Wreitorn Australian Stocks. Associated lL.)— B. 50/, S. 51/. Associated (C.)— B. 50/0, S. 51/, sales aO^ii. Associated Northern— B. J9/6, S. 4»/0. sales -JS/9, ?J'J.J, 49/0, 50/0, 50/U, 50; U, 50/, W/i). Bank of England-S. 2/11. Barley's United— B. 2/0, S. 3 3. Block J5-B. 2/SJ, S. 2/11. Bonnie Charlie (paid)-B. 1/3.J, S. 1/3J. Bonnie Charlie (eon.)— B. nd., S. 10d., sales 9ld. Boulder Central (paid)— B. yd., S. 1/1. Boulder Consols No. 1— B. Sd., S. M. Boulder Half-mile South— B. 1/5, S. 1/5. Boulder North Extended— U. 61d., S. 7(1. Brookman'a Boulder (C.)— B. ?»/, S. 4/li. Brownbill Ccntral-B. :!,:!, S. 3/3, ailes 3/1, 3/3. Brownhill Junction— B. :SId., S. 4Jd. Croesus Proprietary— B. 1/9, S. 2/. Chaffer's— B. 5/8, S. 5/9, sales 5/0, 5/8. . Cumberland (con.)— B. 7d., sales 7id. Coldcn Bar— B. 4d. Golden Queen— S. 3d. Golden Zone— S. 3id. Great Bouldci^-B. 24/3, S. 24/4J, sales 21/3. Great Boulder No. 1— B. ...
A CRICKET ASSOCIATION HARD UP. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
A CRICKET ASSOCIATION HARD UP. ''MELBOURNE. March 7.. At a meeting of the Victorian Cricket As sociation next Tuesday night the member* will be inv-ited to discuss the financial posi tion of the association, which has a deficit of about £400. The only constitutional -way of liquidating the deficit is 'by making a call upon the clubs,' but as they are not too strong financially there is a reluctance to take this step. It has been suggested that tlie association should approach the Mel bourne Cricket Club and ask that body to take over the whole control of cricket in Victoria. A scheme which has been prepar ed includes the inauguration of a system of district cricket on the^me lines as that in voiriie in Svdnev.
SHARE MARKET AND MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
SHARE MARKET AND MINING. The market on 'Change on Thursday was without any incident worthy of special comment. The iiigher-priced stocks main tained their values witnout exchanges re-' muting. The business transacted was of mcdtrate.dimensions, and prices were much the same as on Wednesday. The excep tion in -Western Australian gold was Nor thern Associated, which firmed 1/9. In silver stocks prices were almost similar to Wednesday's, and business was on a re stricted scale. 'Copper and *m shares had smaller turnover than usual, and closed at lower rate?. Uhillagoes fell 6d., and North Queensland tin, after opening at £1 above Wednesday's price, closed at £101, with, seller at £105. We -are informed by the secretary' of the Stnnnaiy Hills Mines and Tramway Com pany, Limited, that the whole of the 40,000 £1 contributing shares have been applied for, and that- a large amount of the de benture stock has also been taken up.
SHOWERS OF METEORS, SEEN IN HUDSON'S BAY. London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
SHOWERS OF METEORS, SEEN IN HUDSON'S BAY. London, March G. Information has been received from navigators and other, persons who were in the vicinity of Hudson's Bay, in the north-east of Canada, to the effect that during the whole of the night of No vember 16 lust beautiful showers of leonids were seen in the heavens, the sky being brightly illuminated with the visitants. As daylight broke the showers passed northwards to the Arctic Circle.
ADELAIDE LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT.— March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
ADELAIDE LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT.— March 7. Cattle.— 525 proved a short yarding, and in consequence of the increased demand, raused by Lhe cooltr weather, a brisk sale resulted, values shnwinir an aDDrcciable advance for all classes. ;orapct:iinn being especially keen towards the tlosc of the market. All elasses were represented, the bulk of the offering consisting of good and prime descriptions. Of these 7fi were from Vic loria, 114 from the south-east of this State, 15 from the north, and 220 from local sources, lirazieis were im-ililc to operate, but 20 stores remained unsold. Quotations — Prime oxen, £11 to £12 10/; extrj prime and weight}', £13 to £15; zood, £!? to £10; uscrol, £7 to £K; others, £5 i0/; prime cows, £8 to £9; a few higher; good, £6 to £7; useful, £5; hulls, £2 10/ to £C 10/. Bigot-, Shakes, & Lewi*. Limited, sold C7 cattle; Jiarker Brothers, 117; Bennett & Fisher, Sfi; \V. pJean & Son, 0; Elder, Smith, & Co., Limited, 92; X. Laug...
THE DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN THE COMMONS. [Received March 8, 2.45 a.m.] WHAT THE IRISHMEN SAY. GOVERNMENT ACTION. London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN THE COMMONS. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] , [Received March 8, 2.45 a.m.] ,WHAT THE IRISHMEN SAY. GOVERNMENT ACTION. London, March -i. It is silted that the refusal of 16 Irish Nationalist members of the House of Commons to take part iti a division during the debate on tbe, edu- cation vote last night was based upon the contention that the application of the closure was intended to facilitate a vote on account of an expenditure of £17,000,000 without an opportunity being given in committee of supply to discuss questions of importance to Ire land. - - London, March 7. The disgraceful midnight scene in tlie House of Commons is regarded as a national scandal, even by the Radical party. After the ejection of the offend ing members, the education vote was passed unchallenged. Among the legis lators removed were Mr. Patrick White, representative for North Meath, member of the Dublin Corporation and of the United Irish League. He was carried out of the Chamber after t...
THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. [Received March 8, 2.45 a.m.] DE WET'S WONDERFUL LUCK. A MISTAKEN MOVEMENT. London, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received March 8, 2.45 a.m.] DE WET'S WONDERFUL LUCK. A MISTAKEN MOVEMENT, ? London. Marcb 7. Advices from the front state, that Christian De Wet and Steyn, -who are moving towards Fauresinith, have divided their 1.500 followers into groups, which are now' scattered in various directions. Six British columns are pursuing tne fugitives. The public have been made acquaint ed with the reason why De Wet on February 28 was able to cross the Orange River at Lilliefontein, near Colesberg Bridge. The escape was due to a singular miscalculation'. A body of South African Light Horse, under the command of Col. the Hon. J. H. G. Byng, which was in the neigh bourhood of Lilliefontein, received peremptory orders on the 28th to move temporarily westwards to Hamelfon tein, an order which was reluctantly obeyed. This being the psychological moment of the whole pursuit, De Wet instantly seized it, and crossed the river during Byng's absence. Among mi...
CLEVER FEAT BY VICTORIANS. London, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
CLEVER FEAT BY VICTORIANS. London, March 7. Details are to hand in regard to the report that 15 men of the Victorian fourth (bushinen's) contingent, under Cant. J. Baltimore, on Friday last per formed the feat of surrounding 30 Boers, and making prisoners of every one of them. The incident occurred near the junction of the Zeekoe and Orange Rivers, north of Colesberg. The Victorians, who were attached to Col. A. M. Henniker?s column, had reconnoitred a body of Boers wbo. were trying to intercept a party of 3S*e8bitt's Horse. At nightfall Capt. Dallimore quietly stampeded the enemy's horses, and placed his 15 men around a spot wDere 30 Boers were sleeping. 'When day broke the burghers were awakened by a rifle volley, and, realizing that they were without horses, took to cover, whence they fought hard for half an hour. Dalli more then threatened* that, be would bring a big gun to bear upon tneni, and the Boers, thinking that annihilation might be awaiting them, lay down their arms and...
CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE TRANSVAAL. London, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE TRANSVAAL. London, March 7. The Hon. James Rose-Iunes, Attor ney-General of Cape Colony, and recog nised as a lawyer of great ability, has accepted the appointment of Chief Jus tice of the Transvaal Colony. The new Judge, who is a nephew by marriage of Sir Gordon Sprlgg, acted as counsel to the High Commissioner during the re form trial in Pretoria in 1896. He entered the Cape Assembly as member for Victoria East in 1884, and has al ways been loyal to the crown.
MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
iHNING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Our: correspondent at .'Mount Grainger writes:— A nice vein has. been struck on the Ironclad at a depth of between. 80 and 90 ft. The lode material is about 3,It. in width, but the vein carrying good gold is narrow. Nice specimens have been taken iroui it. On Appleby's Lease they are now down over 30- ft, still following the lode, which prospects fairly, lite country is hard, and therefore pro gress is slow. On the Jubilee: they are sinking on the lode. The smoke ironstone and quartz veins which nm through the lode still prospect well. Mr. Fawkiner will take charge of the Ironclad next week. . .''.?''.' ?'? '? ' '-
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
IMEOUNDINGS. H1ND1IARSH (nearest post office, Hmdmareh), George Dalcam, poundkeepcr. — One . splendid black draught mare, branded like SHO near shoul der, both hind feet white, no shoes op, little white on collar 'mark, also little white on fore head, rather long tail, very cood condition. Will be sold March 2h WILLIAMSTOWN (nearest post office, .Williams towo), George Wilson, pbtradkeeper. — One chest nut filly, two years old,- star in forehead, no brands visible. Will be sold March 28.
GLADSTONE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
GLADSTONE RACES. xne annual meeting was held on March 6, and passed off very successfully. The course was in good order, but the attendance was not so large as was expected. For the Trial Stakes cieht haras started, and the local horse, Patience, won easily, Tom Boy being second and Maggie Moore third. The other starters were Nigger, Yetarra, Stock ing, Parragoona, and The Scamp. Time, 1 min. 46 sec. Five started for the Commonwealth Handicap, which was won by Starlight, with Koo ringa second and Winchester third. Othtr starters:— Parthia and Pfculine. Time, 1 min. 49 sec Four started for the Gladstone Handicap, which was appropriated by Sepoy, with Phillipa second. Common and Nigger were the other starters. Time, 2 min. 13 sec Three horses a.; cepted for tlie Handicap Hurdles, but Wildflower and Pretorius were afterwards scratched, leaving it a walkover for Sympathy. For the Flying Han dicap sk started, and English Ivy won, with Rest less second. The other starters were Tama, Tor m...
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
REPORTS. Sliding Rock.— March 3:— Xcut extended to 48 ft. from shaft. At 34 ft. country changed to ma terial carrying less visible malleable and grey ore, hut still rarrvinrr flni* malleable eonnpr. Think the ore belt has gone to the west, and if no im provement sets in at or before completion of ex isting contract, shall alter course of drive a few points west. Shall invite tenders for driving an other 40 ft. to-morrow, and the completion of this distance should bring us up to old workings, and possibly drain the water from them. Tarcoola Blocks.— Februaty 25:— Dcdman's tun nel driven 4 fL; total, 70i. Beef is showing signs of widening out, and is fully up to usual quality, every drill hole sampling well. Country is getting somewhat softer, and good progregs should be made in coming fortnight. Air shaft on this reef now down 10 ft; preparations being made tor timbering and fixing windlass. Width of u-ef so far as exposed about 1? ft.; is similar to ore obtained in tunnel, and dolli...