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MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
MEETINGa' Mount Monster.— A meeting was held at the Ex change' Rooms, Oresham street, on Wednesday. The Hon. J. H. Gordon, M.L.C., presided over a fair attendance. Tlie directors' report stated that 'when the shaft on the main workings had been sunk to a depth of 60 ft. it was* thought advisable to cease work,, (he volume of water beinc more than mnlri be contended against with the appli ances available. When sinking was suspended the lode at the bottom of the shaft was of a good width, showing gold, and generally looking well. Two assays from (he bottom of ths shaft gave 1 oz. and 1 oz. 8 dwt. respectively. Three' parcels of ore had been treated as test trials, two at the Government battery at Mount Torrens and a smaller one at the; Petersburg cyanide works, with fair results. Tlie directors had every confidence in the property, and recommended the shareholders to invest the directors with the power to increase the share capital,' of the company from 70 to 140 shares, the new share...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
CUTICURA RESOLVENT is so pure, sweet, «nd wholesome that all ages may take it with pleasure and benefit. Its mission is to cool and cleanse tlie blood in eczema and other torturing, disfiguring humours, rashes, and irritations, while warm batbs with Cutjcuiu. Soaf cleanse the surface of crusts and scales, and gentle anointings with Cuticuea Oint ment soothe and heat itching, burning sltin. Said cvtrrwher*. Foreign depnta: P. Newbibt, Lon- don s h. Midt, Ptrii; R, Towns* Co.. fiydnev. Fottii Dmoo in Cum. Coip., Belt Props., Boitoo, U. 8. A.
JAPAN'S EQUIVALENT. London, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
JAPAN'S EQUIVALENT. London, March 7. The fact that Japan has demanded concessions from China equivalent in value to those granted to Russia; coupled with the report that Japanese troops are to be withdrawn from the province of Chihli, is interpreted to mean that she is to receive the mari time province of Fokien, which has an area of over 4(j,000 square miles and a population of 20,000,000. The province contains the treaty ports of Foochow and Amoy, and until 1887 the island of Formosa, which now belongs to Japan, was a dependency of it
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
FUNERAL NOTICES THE Friends of Mr. John Deslandes, Town Sur- veyor, are informed that the REMAINS of &nbsp; his late WIFE (Jane) will be Removed from his Residence Penny street Semaphore THIS DAY (Friday March 8 at 5 p.m., for interment in the Woodville Cemetery. J. C. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer, Telephone 110. St. Vincent street, Port Adelaide. rpiIE Friends* of the late Mr. ALFRED J. J- CUA.YEK (Sationmaster, ot Woodville) arc infornifd that his REMAINS will be Removed from Iiis lute Kisidence, Railway terrace, Woodville, TO-MORROW (Saturday), at 2.30 p.m., for Inter mrnt in the Woodville Cemetery. .!. O. HADDY, Undertaker and Embalmer. Telephone 110. St. Vincent street, Port Adelaide. 6T8
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, March 7. At Men2'es to-day James Thomson, single, aged 40, manager of the Australian Mine, fell down a shaft and was killed. A fracas occurred on board the barquen tine Sound of Jura, at Bunbury, at mid night on Wednesday, the outcome of which was the arrest of the second mate, Thomas Pappin, on a charge of having shot at the chief officer, T. Thompson, with intent. The State general elections have been fix ed for April 24.
THE SYDNEY RAILWAY DISASTER. SYDNEY, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE SYDNEY RAILWAY DISASTER. SYDNEY. March 7. The inquest on the body of Herbert Henry Darnley, who was killed in the re cent 'railway disaster near Sydenham, was continued to-day by Mr. J. C. Woore. Generally the evidence was much the same as that of previous witnesses, and much of it was technical in character. William Far row, foreman of the railway works, consid ered that the permanent way was perfectly good. Edward W. Young, a civil engineer, who has had 40 years' experience in rail ways in different parts of the world, consid ered that the line was properly ballasted. T. R. Firth, Engineer-in-Chief of existing lines, stated that no work was done on the injured portion of the line till the Mon day following ' the disaster. The enquiry was further adjourned.
THE LAW COURTS. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SITTINGS. Thursday, March 7. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE LAW COURTS. SUPKEME (MUBTv-Ovilf aTTCNGS. Thursday, March 7. [Before Ills Honor the Chief Justice.! Gleeson v. lialycha.— Mr. A. J. McLachlan ap peared for the plaintiff and Mr. Degenhardt for the defendant. In this case Edward William Gleeson sued, as trustee in insolvency of the estate of Lucas Malycha, of Hill River, for a declaration that s memorandum of transfer executed by the insolvent in November 2, by which certain pro perty passed to his son, Valentine Malycha, the defendant, waa void as against the plaintiff on the ground that no consideration had been given by the defendant or any other person for the transfer, which had not been executed bona fide, but with intent to. defeat and delay the insolvent's credi tors. The plaintiff claimed (1) that the me morandum of transfer should be declared fraudu lent and void as aeainat the plaintiff and the creditors of Lucas Malycha; (2) that the transfer be delivered up and cancelled, and that the de fendant be ordered to execute...
DROUGHT AND RAIN. CONDITIONS IN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
DROUGHT AND EAIN. CONDITIONS IN CENTRAL AUS TRALIA. . The letters from Alice Springs, which ap pear below, reached us together. The first contains -an interesting account ' of ? the tribulations of the settlers in the far away interior, owing to the .prolonged drought, one of' the effects of which was to' delay mails. A couple of days after the first letter was posted the long-looked-for rain came, and the second communication briefly indicates the extent of the ldown pour. . ALICE SPRINGS, February 11. Owing to the drought-stricken state of the country between Oodnadatta and Alice Springs— a .distance of over 300 miles— the mailmen for many months have experienced ?thlc greatest difficulty in getting their fort nightly mails through by coaen, but since January1 they have found it almost im possible. They petitioned Sir Charles Todd, the Postmaster-General, to suspend all par cel post and allow them to carry tlie mails on packhorses until such time as rain falls. The petition was gr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
AUCTIONS - ABSTRACT OK SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. Ureen & Co.— At the Town Hall, at half-past two —Property Salt'. C. p. Uurr & Co.^-At their Jtart, at. eleven— Fur- niture. ? ? - ...... J. \V. G. Alford k Co.— At their Mart, at eleven Kiirniturc; at half-past twelve — Bicycles. [.. Hains.— At his Man, at eleven— Furniture. J. II. Weidcnhofer k Co.— At their Stores, at eleven — Oalvanized Iron. Uarktr Brothers.— At John Bull Bazaar, at two— Horses. . ? ? CUU'T, Smith, k Co.— At half-past eleven— Shcep- -,Kins; at a quarter to twelve— Rabbit-skins, Hair, &c. iuelaide Chillcil nutter and Produce (X).— At their Mart, at half-past ten— Dairy and Farm I'ro- diiev. . d. W. Sariilford & Co.— At their Mart,- at eleven— Dairy and Farm Produce. IV. Thycr k Co.— At their Mart, at eleven— Dairy ind Kara Produce. biirmcrs' Co-operative Union. — At eleven— Sheep- skins, lo-oprrative Wool and Product! Association.— At a quarter-past eleven— Sheepskins. ? THIS DAtflF...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
SHIPPINQ P. 58 0. STEAM NAVIGATION' COMPANY. Under Hoyal Mail Contract, will dispatch the followrns Steamers via I'rcnuntle, Colombo, Aden, Marseilles, Gibraltar, Plymouth, and . Lon don, with liberty to call at Brindisi: — SUiuueTk. T'ns cuiumacaer. locate. ?OCEAXA ? COM C. Gadil March II. 'BRITANNIA.... 6525 F. U. Seymour March 28. ?AUSTRALIA.... 6301 I. Reeves April 11 'VICTORIA ? S527 K. Crewe April 23 ROME ? ;...;.. i-,43 .1. Cowie May 9 HIMALAYA. ? .f W. L. Broun May 23. CHINA ? .912 T. S. Angus _ Juno 6. ?Via Hobart from Sydney. l'aseenpers for Ilrindisi Tranship at Port Said. N OTIC I TO Pi3. N-i-R8. Liberal reductions to families. Whole Cabins Reserved. Tlie Accommodation to both First and Second Saloons is unsurpassed. Passage from Europe, &c;, can be arranged here. Passengers allowed to break their journey at intermediate ports. Tourists' Tickets— India, China', Japan, kc. Round-the-world Tickets u wed. PA81AGE RATK8. Ticket-) issued at lowest current rates. Speci...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
RELIGIOUS NOTICES fjlTETHODIST CHURCHES, SEMAPHORE. The Stewards and Members of Semaphore, Bir kenheail, Glanville, and Largs Bay Churches arc invited to atteml a MEETING to be held in the lecture Hall, Semaphore Church, on FRIDAY JJVESIJfG next, Sth inst, at 7.15, to consider qucs tiorf of Circuit importance. T. J. MATTERS. Convener. PUBLIC NOTICES TNsrrruTES' association of south **? AUSTBAUA. ANNUAL MEETING ?will be held in the Deputa Sinn Room, Public Works Office, on FRIDAY, dlurch S, at 8 p.m. Important matters, dealing vith Soutli Australian Institutes, will be discussed. A nil! attendance of representatives of Institutes requested. Minister of Education will preside. T. BURGOYKE, President. 'jl.7 F. E. MELEXG, Hon. Secretary. IT ADY. with capital, desirous making money on ULl Stotk Exchange, should communicate ??Adviser,' this oflice. ^ I J T U C0ST1UEX T. MOOXTA, KADI.VA, WAMiAROO, AXD Sl'RROCXDlXG DISTRICTS. APPLICANTS for inclusion in the Sixth Con tingent fi-r a-rvitv in...
SPEECH BY MR. REID. SYDNEY, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
SPEECH BY Mil. ilElD. SYDNEY. March 7. Mr. G. H. Reid spoke to-night, in support of the candidature of Mr. E. D. Mllen. He contended that the Federal Ministry had been guilty of .grave constitutional oi lences in admitting Air. Lewis into the Cabinet without any intention on his part of facing the Federal Parliament, and in al lowing fcsir William Lyne to sit at a Cabinet meeting while continuing as Premier of a State. Mr. Barton had asked why should tariff differences separate federalists, but be must think the freetraders a contemp tible lot if he thought they could work with protectionists at such a crisis. If Mr. Bar ton-could secure the support of the free trade Premier of Queensland Jie would re quire watching on the black* labour ques tion. It had been clearlv shown that fede ral Ministers were not unanimous in their policy. Ministers, he thought, would have a rude awakening at the poll. He con- 1 sidered the fiscal issue was the most im- 1 portant question to be dealt with i...
THE COUNTRY. A BOY DROWNED. TANUNDA, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
the country; A BOY DROWNED. TAti UNiJA. March 7. .alfred Reehner, 13. years ot ? age, son. of the Itev. A. !-'. Kechner, avus drowned this aitenioon while battling in a waxeiiiwe be tween S and 9 ft. dsep. He was With his two cousins, who, when hiey saw that he was in trouble, screamed for help. Assist ance ! soon amvea, and Mr. August Suess bier, a good swimmer, recovereu tire body at the second dive. Dr. Juttner tried to restore me, but it waa extinct; The de ceased had been in the water for half an hour before his body was brought to the 6uriace. ' ? GLADSTONE, March 7. — Some time ago a deputation ot leading men of this town took advantage1 oi the presence ot tue Hon. Alfred Catt here to point out to him the necctdity ior certain1 alterations and addi tions in connection wilih the locar rauvyay station. Mr. Catt, on returning to Adelaide, iutervicwejd the authorities. I'ue Railways Commissioner, En^ineer-m-Chie/, and Uene rai 'iraihc iUanager subsequently visited the towiu, and ...
PROMOTIONS IN A PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. SYDNEY, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
PROMOTIONS IN A PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. SYDNEY.- March 7. At a meeting of Cabinet to-night the fol lowing appointments were decided upon: — Mr. Joseph Davis, Engineer-in-Chief of Sewerage Construction, to be Under-Secre. tary of Works, at' a salary of £920; Mr. W. J. Hanna, Principal Assistant Engineer, to be Commissioner for Roads, at a salary of £800; Mr. T. Keele, to be Principal En gineer of Harbours and Rivers, at a. salary of £800; Miv L. A. D. Wade, to be Prin cipal Engineer of Water Supply and Sewerage, at a salary of £800; and. Mr! _E. M. Deburgh, Assistant Engineer for Brid ges, to be Principal Engineer,, at a salary of £600.
RAVINGS FROM PARKSIDE—A FEW INCOHERENCES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
RAVINGS FROM.PARKSIDE-A FEW INCOHERENCES. ' ' \ To the Editor. Sir— The. late sweltering weather, is re sponsible for much. I have wandered and mused on the hot sands of the shore, and have bared my noble 'brow to the fiery orb of day (I trust 1 did not by that im posing act attract a sunstroke), arid in my wanderings came to. a Temple (big T, please, Mr. Printer), in which I imbibed the spirit of— let's say Art (large A, T»lease)— ihe influence of which was. power- ful enough to 'induce— oh, joy!-r-a state of Incoherence; and while in this blissful con dition vague serai-chaotic imaginingB came to me, and among tnem the almost unutter able and ecstatic felicity of being the founder of a Society or- Order of Inco herent (I was almost writing Idiots, but suppressed tlie word) Artists. Consider tlie puissant grandeur of an Order the chief dignitaries of which might be given such sonorous and eaHilling titles as. The Per petual Most High and Noble Supreme Grand Driveller, The Most Emin...
BLOCKERS' RIGHT-OF-PURCHASE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
BLOCKERS' EIGHT-OF-PDRCHASE LEAGUE. A meeting of Hie Richmond branch of tbe abore league, was. held at Cook's Assembly Room, South road, on Thursday night, when tne executive and representatives from Klemzi^, Cottonville, Scott's Croek,' Edwardstown, Killtehny, Kidleyton, . and Aldgate were present.- The vice-president fo Jlichmond,' Mr. W. P. Hoppo, presided.— The pre sident, Mr. W. A. Key, addresed Uie meeting, and gave particulars of the inceptions of the 'eague ami the right-of-purch«8e agitations. It was moved by. Mr.. Q. F. Reese, seconded by Mr. J., Aneell, and carried— 'ITiat the Bichmond branch apivroTC of the action of the central body.'— Seve- ral other members addressed the meeting on various matters affecting the league, and satisfaction was expressed at its. progress.
THE UNITED STATES. LATEST NEWS/BY THE MAIL. NEW/YORK, February 3. THE LATE QUEEN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE UNITED STATES; LATEST NEWS/BY THE MAIL. NEW/tfDEK, February 3. THE LATE OtfEEN VICTORIA*. The public of this' country have been pro foundly moved by the news of the illness and death of Queen Victoria. Crowded me morial services were held in all the princi pal cities yesterday. An impressive tribute was paid m the presence .of President Mc Kinley and; Iris entire ... Cabinet, Lord' Paoncefote, and the Diplomatic Corps, the Judges, Congressmen, and large numbers of officials, at £t. John's ^Episcopal Church, Washington, the time for the service cor responding . exactly with' the solemn page- 1 ant in Lpftidon . as the remains of the mother of/ rulers were borne to Windsor. Bishop Saaterlee, in the course of an elo quent panegyric on the deceased monarch, .said:— It is as though tiie funeral;. at Windsor to-day were a mirror in which we behold ten thousand other passing scenes; as though the service there were echoed over land and sea, while The voice of a great multitude, like th...
COMMONWEALTH DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
COMMONWEALTH DEFENCE. The following general order lias been is sued by Sir John Forrest, Federal Minister of State for Defence: — 'On assuming Mi nisterial control of the naval and military forces of the Commonwealth, I desire to express my appreciation of the patriotic spi rit shown and services rendered by the members of the defence forces, not only in maintaining efficiency, but also for the services they have rendered in connection wttb the contingents in South Africa and China, which have' earned the commenda tions of the militifry and naval comman ders-in-chief, and have shown that Austra lia possesses and can train both soldiers and sailors capable of fighting side by side, on equal terms, with their comrades in the Imperial forces. In order to still further advance in efficiency, and to be available for combined action in defence of Austra lia, it was 'accessary that the forces should become united. By the assumption of the control of the forces by the Cpmmon wealth, one org...
IS THE WAR ENDING? [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
IS THE WAR ENDING? In Cape Town and Pretoria the hope is felt that before long the sounds of dreadful war may cease from the land, and that the blessings of peace- may once more cheer the hearts of the long distracted people. For some days the news from the front has been scanty; but that does not necessarily mean that the events occurring at Pretoria— where Lord Kitchener and Sir Alfred Milner have been conferring— and those at Middelburg, where the former or one of his officers, has been inter viewed by Gen. Louis Botha, the Boer Commander-in-Chief, have been in any sense unimportant. The Boers are a proud people, who feel that their very existence hi the midst of natives who have' always been hostile, and whom they have treated with great severity, demands that hi any peace which they may make they should not be utterly disgraced or humbled. Yet they are reduced to desperate straits; and if Lord Kitchener should in any degree depart from his firm stipulation for an unconditional ...