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VICTORIAN RACING CARNIVAL. THE AUTUMN MEETING. CHAMPION STAKES WON BY LA CARABINE. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
VICTORIA^ HAC1NC CARNIVAL. THE.AUTUMN MEETING. CHAMPION STAKES WON BY LA . CARABINE.. T-From Tarauin.l MELBOURNE. March 7. The -weather was; beautiful for the third day's racing in /connection with the Vic totia Racing Club's^Autumn Meeting, and the attendance at Remington was very Rood. -Before the proceedings began the stewards held an enquiry into Cadenas beinsr left at the post in the Ascot Vale Stakes on Cup Day. After hearing Mr. Wa.t=on, the starter, and W. Burn, the rider, they decided that it was owing to the fractiousness of the ge.ding that he turned his head the wrong way and took no i-art in the race. ! , -V The Pines Hurdle Race attracted 14 run ners, and so open was it considered that 5 to 1 \yas always obtainable on' the;. field, Dignity, if amy thing, being a better fa vourite than Ouura, who was selected by Messrs, .Manifold to represent them in pie ferehce-to 'Jagus. Monsoon;; a gelding in Oarey's. stable, by Montrose:, from? Jubilee; was well befriended, andlefto...
CRICKET TRIP ON KANGAROO ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
CRICKET TRIP ON KANGAROO &nbsp; ISLAND. &nbsp; Last Wednesday week, February 27, a team of cricketers consisting of players chosen from Yan kalilla and Second Valley left. Second Valley for the fourth annual trip to Kangaroo Island. The team consisted of J. Grundy (captain), Smith (2), H.E. Mayfield. J. W. Clayton, A.R. Clayton, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; G Willis, B. Willis, J. Lord, H. Shillabeer, and L. Willson. This was not altogether a representa tive combination, as several good cricketers from both districts were away in the city attending the proclamation ceremonies. At 2 p.m. on Wednesday the cutter Brothers was boarded, and after a rather rough, though thoroughly enjoyable, trip &nbsp; across Backstairs Passage Hog Bay was reached at 5.30 p.m. Several of' the island cricketers &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; met the boat, and after the usual greetings had been exchanged a st...
CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
CONCERNING PEOPLE.. The condition of the Lieut.-Governol of Victoria, Sir John Madden, who hua been indisposed during the. past week, baa taken a turn for the ? better, and Dr. 0 Hara, his medical adviser, stated on Tuesday evening that he was doing as well as could be expected. The ''Sydney Morning Herald' is in« formed that the Postmaster-General, of the Commonwealth, the Hon. J. G. Drake, has arranged with Mr. Lambton, who re' cently retired from the position of Deputy Postmaster-General of the State of New South Wale?, to remain in the service o£ the department, pending legislation, to ad vise Mr. Drake in all matters hitherto dealc with by the Public Sen-ice Boards in New. South Wales, Victoria, amd Queensland, and, if required, in all matters of a similar character in the other States of the Com monwealth. The Premier of Queensland, Mr. Philp, is proceeding by the transport Temple-' more with the Queensland troops on a trip to South Africa extending over 10 weeks. During his a...
AMUSEMENTS. TIVOLI THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
AMUSEMENTS. TTVOLI THEATRE. To-night the Leonards, the Sisters Pine, &nbsp; and Miss Alma Gray will make their last appearance at the Tivoli Theatre. These artistes have been such great favourites during their Adelaide season that no doubt a large number of Tivoli patrons will visit the theatre this evening to give them a hearty send off. To-morrow night the only Lottie Collins will appear for the first time in Adelaide. This artiste is so well known that it is needless to comment upon her artistic career. The management an- nounce that this is the most important en- gagement yet made by Mr. Rickards, and that Miss Collins's salary is the highest ever paid by any Australian theatrical manager. Besides Miss Collins, Les Thieres, a quin- tet of juvenile acrobats, trick cyclists, and high pedestal dancers, will appear to- morrow evening, when they will inaugurate their Australian, season. The box-plan is as usual at Messrs. S. Marshall & Son's music warehouse. &...
DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
DEPUTATIONS. Keauest for Water Supply.— The Hons. J. G.' Bice and J. \ . O'Loghlin, M.L.C.'s, waited on the Commissioner of Public Works on Thursday moniini: and present ed a petition from Mr. J. P. Rooney and other landholders in the Hundreds of Nin aes and Kulpara. The petitioners asked that a branch main from section 54, hun dred of Ninhes, should be laid along three chains of road in an easterly direction as far as the water can be conveyed to the boundary of the Hundred of Cameron, if possible; and that another branch main should follow the road south towards Kul- para as far as section No. 247, Hundred of Kulpara. The Commissioner promised to &nbsp; obtain a report from the Engineer-in- Chief. Road to Bundaleer Waterworks.— The Hons. A. Catt, M:P., J. V. O'Loghlin, and J. (i. liice, M.L.C.'s, ana Messrs. Miller and Cummins, M.P.'s, with Crs. Harvey and Burns, and Mr. Eyre, clerk of tie lMs. trict Council of Georgetown, waited on the Commissioner of Public Works on Thur...
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN -NATIVES' '' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL BANQUET. The annual banquet in connection with the' Australian Natives' Association was held at the Exchange Cafe, Pirie street, on Thursday evenimr. ' The banmiet was to ?have been . held on January 26— Austra- lia's anniversary' day— but was postponed in consequence of the death of Queen Vic toria Lieut-Col. Genders (president :of the fc-outh. Australian board of directors of the association), occupied the chair. The chair man gave 'The King,' ''His Excellency the Governor-General of Australia,' and ''His Excellency the Governor of Souti Australia,^- which were duiy honoured. The chairman, in introducing Sir Josi'Ci %mon (President of the Australaaiiim. Fe deration League of South Australia) con gratulated him in the'name of the A.N.A. upon' the recent distinction conferred upon him by the late Queen. (Cheers.) Sir Jonah* Symon, on. rising, was receiv ed with loud cheers. In thanking the pre sident he said he valued very highly the congr...
MAGISTRATES' COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
MAGISTRATES' COURTS. TANUNDA: Monday, March 4.— [Before Dr. Jutt- ner.]— Jacob Friedricli Schultz, alias Hill, was charged with being a rogue and vagabond, and with having used obscene language. Sent to gaol for three months, and fined £1 and costs. STIRLING WEST: Tuesday, March 5.— [Before Dr. MacLachlan.]— David James, for having used indecent language, had to forfeit 10s. and costs 10s. John Melville was charged with a simi- lar offence and was fined 5s. and costs 10s. Charles Watson, alias James Etherington, was fined £1 10s for furious driving at Bridgewater on February 16. William Blackwell, alias Blackmore, alias Black, for furious driving at Crafers on February 17, was fined £1 and costs 19s.; and for having resisted &nbsp; the police, £2 and costs 10s., in all £4 9s. William Allen, alias James Johns, for hindering M.C. Schu- mann whilst in the execution of his duty at the Eagle-on-the-Hill on February 17, was ordered to pay £1 5s. and costs 15s; for having resisted ...
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN THE WEST. PERTH, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN THE WEST. . PERTH, March 8. The Government Geologist, Mr. Grbb Maitland, haa completed a trip from Cue, the centre of the Murchison Goldfields,: to Carnarvon, and reports .that during his examination of- the country ; Between me heads of Woramel and Msnilya Rivers, oto of the most important contributions ot this colony to science, was obtained. He dis covered, .associated vrith the carboniferous rocks, an extensive deposit of glacial origin. Tim ne traced, and proved 'over a distance' of 60 or 70 miles. With the deposit were 1-irge numbers oi ice-scratched boulders, many of which he collected -with a view to their being brought to Perth.
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CANDIDATES. PERTH. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CANDI DATES! PERTH. .Marcb 8. The nominations ot candidates for the representation of- Western Australia in the Feaeral Parliament were received to-day, as follows:— ? ? ? SENATE. : Julian Kenneth Bowen, miner: Josenh Charles Ferry, boat 'proprietor; Hugh 'De Largie, miner; Dr. Kllis: N. K. Kwins, barrister;. John Phair, clothier; Walter H. Phillips, auctioneer; Richard Gell, farmer; E. A. Harhey, barrister; !A. P.. iLiifneson, ^entlemanj G. F. Pearce, carpenter; H. J. Saimders. ?? civil- - engineer; M. . S. . Smith, azent; H. G. Sterling, journalist; 'J...A. Thomgon,- . manager; Lewis Arnold Woolf, .Kreouritani. Of the foregoing Messrs. Pearce and De Ixirgie are labour nominees, Mr. Phair is a protectionist and the others axe freetraders' or revenue tariffists. '. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Perth— -M. F. Cavanagh, architect; pro tectionist, and J. M. Fowler, accountant, labour. Swan— Sir .John, Forrest, protectionist. FremanUe-^W. E. Adcoek, merchant, freetrader; ...
MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. , KAPUNDA, March S.— Tlic Hillside Copper Mine adjoining the old Enpimda, arid Kapunda Hdrso. shoe Mines; from which 'good copper has been raised, ' ia ' iikely to be again a producer at' no distant date. . In the\ past the mine was workod only to. 150 ft, and as showing its capabilities £1,000 worth of copper was got from it' in 12 months by a few men working without machinery. In 1888 one parcel of 20 tons' gave a net return .of £312 after paying all rail and smelting charges. Last evening. at. the institute a scheme was dis aissod for acquiring the property from Mr. W. Patrick, of Western -Australia, the owner, and it is understood a company will bb floated with a large capital for development. Mr. H. J. Tru seott, who knows the mine thoroughly, gave the .meeting some interesting particulars of the pre sent workings, the natural difficulties to be en countered, .and the nature of the formation of the ore bodies explored by. himself and others. Mr. H. Re...
BULLION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
BULLION RETURNS. ?Broken Hill; Proprietary Block 10.— March 6:— Plant .treatedC 3,371 tons crude ore, producing 5751 tdn3 concentrates.' : Block 14.— Week, March 8:— Ore treated, 727 tons sulphides, 21!) tons carbonates, producing 187 tons bullion, 14,888 oz. silver. Lake View Consols.— Clean-up for the month of February— Roasting furnace, 2,600 tons treated, production 3,640 oz. of gold, New plant, equal to 50 stamps, running for:35 days; . 0,095 tons treated, production 5,500 oz. of gold; also ISO tons con centrates,, containing 2,910 oz. of gold. Total pro duction, 12,050 oz. ;
TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. , .Gold-suving Company of Western Australia, No Liability.— Tlie secretary reports, that he has re ceived a telegram from' the manager:— ''Have pur chased Huntingdon Mill and suitable Oil Engine.' Adelaide, -March 8th, 1901; AVarrior Menzics.— March 7:— Cyanide plant com plcted; starting operations.
LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
LONDON QUOTATIONS. Messrs. Clarke & Co.; Universal Buildings, GrenfcH street, have handed us the' following :— . . . London, March 7, Associatcds-H?i9. ?Associated ? Northern Blocks— 48/9, G:B. Perseverance— £7 3/9. Hannan's Brownhill— 85/. ' Ivanhoe— £8- 7/0. ' . Lake -View Consols— £8 3/9. : . Sulphide Corporation— 15;3. Chillagoes— 2S/9. ? . ,
AMUSEMENTS. TIVOLI THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
AMUSEMENTS. T1\'OLI THEATHE ' TcKiiglit tlic iainou-, artiste AJn-i Lottie Collino, of ''I-i-ra-b3jm-jc«jc' iame, tviL nu. c liei' first tippcaiiincc at tiio Tnoli 'J'lieatre. 'lhcrc ai6'fc\\ artwetis so well kiuu i .is Mi«s Lottie Cj.Iui,, ?hIio lias been th~ cientor of man) populat son^s that me nithided iu -ilmo»t c-tiv programme at ?\d-ietj icifoiiiiiUices fc'Le w.n =mg to j n ght the ollow 1. g favoji ite songs ir.m htr extensivb ict euolre. ' Thj Girl oil the idndio,' 'Jveddei of so(UlI},' ''Jhe J.ttl.1 A\idow,' and 'Ihe loalman's -nife'1 In -u o.i.cr co irnin uppenrs an jiiteresting w tcmcu with iliss ctillins. law ev n ijg will also Lc tbe occasion cf the Ausu.iliau acb-t of J-e-j Thiorc qumtct, a comb jia ton oi jmefule a robits, tnck tjcln1:, and hiRii pcclcital dancers. Iheii pcrtorm ante i-- '?aid to b. liignly interesting. The usual change of piogramme will -uso take p.dce, to n*iii(Ji .tj.s will^bc conti bu.cd to by ilew-rs. i-ope and fcalU, Alf. Laivton, Aithur Crane,...
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Friday, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Fridiiy. Slarch 8. The following ales are 'officially reported:— At 10 a.m.— Broken Hill, :40/U, 46/6; ? South (paid), .215/0;- Sulphide Corporation, 15/3; North. Ouecnaland Tin, £103; Great Boulder Main Reef (C), 41'; Associated Northern, 49/,' 49/3; Brown Hill- Central, 3/. ... At 12 noon— Sliding; Rock, 5,'3; Block 10, SI/; South (paid), 2G/fl; South '(con.), 19/10J; South Block (con.), 5/4,' 5/5; function North, 2/6'; North : Queensland Tin,- £10U; Urookman Brothers' -Boulder,-3/6; :Great .Boulder , Perseve rance ' (C.), £7 : 1/6; .Associated Northern, 49/6, No' afternoon' meeting. ... . ?
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALES. From 9.30 a.m till 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
CLOSING QUOTATIONS ASD RANGE OF SALES.' From !).3O a5n. till 1 p.m. Gold. ?- Associated (C.)— B. 50/6, S. 50/9. Associated Northern— B. 49/6, S. 49/9, sale3 49/, 4!-/3. 49/6, 49/B, 49/7J. ...... Ba.vlej-'s United— B. 2/10. - ' . . . Block 45— B. 2/9, S.-2/11. ...... Bonnie Charlie (paid)— B. 1/4, S. 1/6. ' .,. Bonnie' Cliarlie (con.)— B. Md. Boulder Consols No. 1— B. 8d., S. 9il. Bonlder Half-mile South-B. 1/5, S. 1,6. Boulder North Extended— B.' Gcti S. 7d. Brookman's Boulder (O— B. -3/, S. 3/0, sales 3/0/ Brownhill : Central— B. a/,- S. 3/1, sales 3/. Brovfnliill .Ivmction— B. aid., S. 4ld. Croesus Proprietary— B. 1/7, S.' ]'/ll. Chaffer's— a 5/9J ' . . : - Cumberland (con.)— B. TJd., S. lid. Golden. (iueeri-B. Id., S.'21d. ' Great Boulder— B. 24/3, S. '24/41. ? ? ? (Jreat Boulder No. 1— II. 2/. . Great Boulder Main Reef— B. 40/9, S. 41/, sales 4i/. ? ? - - : Great Boulder Perseverance— B. £7 4/, S. £7 5', sales £7 1/6, £7 2/6, £7 3/ti, £7 4/: ? ? ' Hainault— B..17/6, S. 18/6, sal...
ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
ADELAIDE PRODUCE -MARKET. .During show week; , especially- at autumn when butter is scarce, tlie 'diversion M- factory suppliei to the Affricultural, Show for- exhibition purposes renders quantities' short at auction. 'This aeain occurred to-day, and was -partly the cause of a j further -advance in value, but as intercolonial rates I have an easing tendency, the .present great dis- | parity between Melbourne and Adelaide cannot i be expected to continue. Brisk competition \va* ! experienced for all lilies; bulk also participating i slightly in the advance. Th^rc is again a harden ing tendency in the, egg market, to-dav's cata logue improving Jd. under the inlluence of heavy intercolonial and local demand.-' Even at the ad vanced price cheese is in gTeater demand than supply. Bacon is also a scarce line. Honey steady. Almonds selling 'fairly well. A fine cati logue of poultrj- was submitted; and realized lale advancfd rates in all excepting turkeys, which materially eased. Under the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
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THE MAIL STEAMER AT FREMANTLE. FREMANTLE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
THE MAIL STEAMER AT FBE MANTLE... FREMANTLE, March 8. The RJM.S. Moravian arrived from Lon don'at 9 o'clock to-night, with the follow ing saloon passengers: — For Adelaide. - Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilkinson,. Misses Wilkinson, TTiiniilton, and Peterewald, Messrs. Keith, Wilkinson, Ross, a-ad Wilkinson. For Melbourne.— Dr. and Mrs. E. T. ~H.m-, ricks. Mr. R. Lowen.thal, Miss A. E. Dick son, Mr.. and Mrs. C.' J. Barrow; Miss Bar row, Master Barrow, Mrs. Mountain and son, Captain Harold. For Sydney.— Mr. G. Stewart, Miss Elms, Mr. and Mrs. Cazalet, Mr. B. H. Dorwan, Mr. and Mrs. H.-L. Ham and- four chil dren, Mr. J. Peat. Mr. C. Curry,. Mr. and Mrs. Middleton, Mrs. Middleton, Mr. C. 'Middleton, Mr. and Mrs. C. Tindell and two sons. Miss Sntton,' Messrs. R.- Me Kenna, R. Gilder. F. Reynolds, arid Mar gott, Mr. and Mrs. 'A. Glosscock, Mr. and Miss Arring. In other classes, 46 for all ports. Tlie Moravian will leave for the eastern States at 6 o'clock to-morrow morning.