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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 8. The Treasurer, Mr. ?!. G. Ward, speak ing at Auckland last night, said he had asked the cable company to reduce the charges ort messages sent to Australia. -The ic|ii.\ niu LiiiiG me preacuu cuiii^es weit; uii remunerative. He then asked if the com pany was prepared to sell the cable to the New Zealand Government, and the matter was referred to the London Board -months ago. but there bad been no reply. He was satisfied that if the State owned the cable a rate of 6d. for 12 words would be practi cable. Tlie Premier, he stated, held the same view. The excess of railway revenue Over expen diture for the past 11 months was £484,415.
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
western Australia: PERTH, March 8. In the Supreme' Court to-day ' the case Wilson and Another v. the Commissioner of Railways was concluded. ? This action was brought by C: G. Wilson and his wife against the ?Commissioner ' of Railways for £2,000, damages for personal injury, and a similar amount for the loss: of the wife's society and. services. .A verdict, was return ed for the plaintiff. The husband was awarded - £137 damages, and his wife £S00:
VICTORIA MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
VICTORIA. , MELBOURNE. March 8. rlhe Chief Tustfce dealt to-day with tlie question of cost-, m the slander action; Constance Palmer v. W. Ford, in which' plajntiff d.unied i 1,000 damages, and w-i^ awardcu i.;-. His. Honor said lie ^.»s pre pared to allow 125 tost*-, .irid' after some demuc.icqunsel for the plaintiff agreed to accept' this amount. A- polo match Tjetween teama represent ing '.tlie Melbourne and Sydney clubs was playaljjto-day at Moonee Valley in exceed ingly: 'hot weather. Tlie game was evenly contested throughout. The final s-core-.wis': —Sydney, '3 -goals 11 behinds; Melbjourrie, .3 goals 11 behinds. ?.'.;? / ? The .census schedules which are being pre pared will contain a list of questipns.'.which will-ihe.'i'equir&d'tp'lie answered by the'vre Kideiit&'M. the agricultural and pastoral dis tricts -with v;a .view to ascertainingi'from tach ? -fiiriher 'vjind squatter, not only .; the number Of his ' horses, cattle, sheep, 'and pigsj ~-but'. fijll » p...
AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE, March S. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN MA'RlvETr?. MELBOURNE, Man.li S. wheat was rather quiet to-day at 2/S, alongside Jhip. Flour ccnunanded £li to £6 5/. Bran had wles- at OJd. and pollard at lOd. Malting baric} fetched 2/S to 3/3, and choice do. 3/4. Algerian »ats were quiet at I/a to l/i. Maize was null at tjSl. Chaff mis firm at 45/ to 55,'. Prime pnfa-. Iocs moved olf at £3 10/ to £.\. Onions were firm si £5 10'. Business in tea covered about 'JSli chests of Indian at !*!-i. to.Sd., :tO half-chests of Indian up to Hid., 150 chests of Geylon at tid. to lyl, 35 chests of. Ceylon at 4Jd. to 5d., and 50 luli i.'hests of pan.von's at od. Dried fniits were quiet. J.irie w»3 active up to iid. Cod' was sold at i\A.j wit almon'at 4d., and salt herrings at IS/. Good Imsines was. done in Trefavennc quarter, sardines, at 4/11 to 4/3. There were extensive transactions jn bicarbonate of soda.' About 30 tons of Maccles^ field Milestone was sold at..t3i Cornsaeks were quiet at 5/ to 5/2. Branbags were worth 4/4 lo 4/4J...
RAINS AND A WEATHER PROPHET. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
?RAINS AND A WEATHER PR0PHET.\ To the Editor. 1 fsir— 'J.'H. Giddons' stated ifa his 1900 forecasts that the South Australian harvest would be. below the' average; .also, that the rst three weeks in iVovprnhw nnri tlia whole of Decehiber in north and south Queensland would be wet. I ask him if he claims -accuracy in these forecasts. Hav ing purchased his books year by year, and' made them the subject of criticism, not with a new of fault-finding, but to see if a certain amount of accuracy could be at tained, I can only arrive at one verdicts that. the yearly forecast is of no practical value; and the 48-hoars official forecast pub lished in our daily papers is too. otten in correct. . I am, Sir, &c, '.''.. ? ? C. B. KEEN. The empty mailbags not having been re turned from the Longo for some time since,, it was found on enquiry that the sacks were regularly being stolen by the natives for presentation ? to- tieir wives, who used hem as petticoats- ? ' '?' '^- ?'? :
INVENTION AND PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
I mVENTION AND PATENT^ ?[Cnb-fiilcd for the Chamber of Manufactures and 'The to-gister' by Messrs. Collison & .Co., Licensed' PatentjAgcnts.] . ?' ; ?' ;-'i Application? for the week ended 'March' 2:— A: twin or duplicated railway rail, T. Grace; No.: 6963. An improvement in tins or cam to facilitate the. opening thereof, J. Webster; No. Ga&t. ? 'lm- nroyements in treating complex ores (provisional),, Lancashire and Worsev; No. 6U65. Improvements in the treatment of oxides of metals or metalloids Dr compounds of eame for obtaining new products therefrom, Sudre and Thierry; No. (XHiG. lmprove mcntB in draught appliances for railroad cars, the Westinghouso Drake Company, Limited; No. 6967. Improvements in draw gear and buffing apparatus, the Westinfrhouse Brake Company, Limited; No. 6068. Improvements in and relating to domestic ind other furniture, J. Robertson, No. Cd6p. Ap partus for the. combined generation, distribution, 'thd supply of acetylene gas, G. .1. Kingsb...
NEWS OF THE DAY. "THE EVENING JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
NEWS OF THE DAF. 'THE EVENING JOURNAL.' Readers of 'The Evening Journal' to-day ?will find its con teats of more fchun usual interest. Page 7 will be devoted entirely to illustrations and articles relating to t'be death of Queen Victoria, and what followed. One large picture portrays the Queen lying in semi-state at Osborne. The drawing is from a photograph taken -with.. the King's special sanction. It represents -the first scene in the m'ortuary chapel before- any outside -visitors were permitted to eHter, and before the four members of the Royal Rifle Reserve gave place to the Grenadiers. Another block shows the altar and window in the Mausoleum, Frogmore, within a few yards of -which the remains of the late sovereign were buried. There will also be reproduced portraits of a 'number of 1iie principal European sovereigns and special representatives who went to England; to attend the State funeral. The letterpress matter will consist of four articles entitled 'The End of a Dynasty;'...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
MAIL NOTICES, GREAT BRITAIN'.— March 14— Via Suez, R.M.S. Oceana, 11.15 a.m.; newspapers and registered let ters, 30.15 a.m.; late letters, G.P.O. 12.15 p.m., Adelaide Railway Station 12.30 p.m., Port Adelaide Railway Station 12.45 p.m. British and foreign parcels post per the above steamer closes at G.P.O. 10.45 a.m. (Mail due in London, April 14.) Sp March 16 — Via San Francisco, 3 p.m.; late fee, 3.30 p.m.; money orders to States, 12.30 p.m. Sp. March 16— Fricdrich der Grosse, 11.15 a.m. Sp. March 23— Via Marseilles, Australien, 10.15 a.m. MANILA, CHINA, and JAPAN.— March 14-3 p.m., Guthrio, via Sydney. CAPE COLONY and NATAL. — March 14 — At :- p.m., Runic, via Melbourne. —March 19— Nineveh, 3 p.m. NEW AUSTRALIA (Paraguay).— March 21—3 p.m., via New Zealand. NEW CALEDONIA.— March U— 3.30 p.m., to Syd nev, thence per first opportunitv. SAMOA and other SOUTH SKA ISLANDS.— March 11—3.30 p.m., to Sydney, thence per first opportunity. F1JL— March 11—3.30 p.m., to Sydne}', thence per f...
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENOS. Page. Page. Amusements .... 12 Merchandi'^,. . . . . . 2 Aquatics ...... 12 Mining ? 2 Auctions . . . ? . . 12 Miscellaneous Wanted 12 Board and Lodging . . 12 Honey ? 3 Businesses for Sale or Patents and Trade Wanted ? 2 Marks -...'.. 2 Business No- Persons Wanted ... 12 ' tiees ? 3-5,8-11 Produce ....... 12 Cricket ? 12 Prtperties for Sale . . 11 Cycles, &c. ..... 11 Properties Wanted . 11 Carriers ? .' . 2 Public Notices .... 2 Drapery k Clothing 1,3 Publications and Sta Education ? 3 Horary ? - Electoral Notices . . 2 Religious ...... 2 Funeral Notices' ... 2 Jhipping ? 1 Florists k Seedsmen 2 Situations Wanted . . 12 Horses, Cattle, Ye- Special Advts. ... 7 hides ? 12 Sporting ? 12 Hotels & Restaurants 12 Tailors & Outfitters . 3 Insurance Notices . . 12 .Tenders . .' ? 12 l»st and Found .... 12 To Let ....... 11 Machinery ? 12 Wanted to Buy ... 2 Medical '. ? 2 Wanted to Sell . . . 2
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. ' The following table has- been constructed from observations retiordca in this office'' for every si- hours during the last three days and for this morn ing. Height above sea' level, 147 ft. :— ? ? S a.m. . S 1a.m. 3 p.m. 9 p.m. Wednesday.: ..'..* 30.01- 30.10 30.00 30.05 Thursday .... ... ::0.00 :KI.O5 29.112 29.S0 Fridiiy I. -? ?-'?? 29-SS : 20,83 29.S0 20.73 Note.— Baroinetrr 29.6!), falling, at 2 o'clock thia mornins; clear, , y i
METEOROLOGICAL—Mrach 2—8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
METEOHOLOGldAL.— Mraeh 2-S. Statement of the atmospheric pressure, tem perature, rainfall, and state of the weather registered at the Adelaide Observatory during the post seven days at the hours mentioned: — Bari Temperature. lta!n Date. ? -3 .? ? Therm 3- p.m.'. ? 9 ? Weather. '' p'.m. M'xini..' Mia 'a._ra. .- '' . ISun. iShd. 1 Sat. 220.80:145.3. 83.2 72.0 0.22 S.W., H. o. Srra. S'29.84|l39.2 79.2 06.0 0.12 S.W., li., e. Mon. 4-^.96 123.2 73.0 61.2 — S.W., m., p. ruea. 530.131150.6 78.6 68.8 — SSE, li.fi, v.p. Wed. 6:30.02!133.5 78.0 52,0 — W, m. fi. cl. riiur. ?71x9.95-140.0 87.0 5S.S — SW.mod.fi.cl. Fri. ? 8'a9.7l!l«.7 -98.7 -CL8 — WiU.fi.cLht.
WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS.' Forecast of probable weather from Friday after noon till Saturday night. Issued at 1.30 p.m. on Friday. South Australia.— At first fine and hot, with nor therly winds, followed by cool . westerly change, with showery weather during evening and night. Sea freshening. Victoria (supplied by Mr. P, Baracchi).— Fine, but hot, weather, with fresh northerly, winds, fol lowed by cool change, rwith southerly winds,' pro-: Ktbly about nbonto mo'rrow. , Sea smooth. I New South Wales (supplied By Mr. 11. -C Rus sell).— Fine and warm, with north winds general IT. Lingering showers in1 the -north-east. Western Australia, (supplied by Mr. \V. E. Cooke).— Fine and moderately cool in the coastal districts from .Shark's Bay southwards with a few light showers on the south coast. Still cloudy with rain' in places inland. Temperature in this State lias risen rapidly, and it is generally clear and hot this morning, with northerly winds. The high-pressure area which has be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
Stf MltBgcd to carry on his Business at the UJEWJDE PHOTO CO.'S PREMISES during the Rebuilding of his Stadia. Customers wishing to hettken by Mr. Duryeft himself will kindly make gppoiDtxnents. (OPPOSITE JOHS MABTIN & CO.) nSlOthsczsc UJiTHlT TOBACCO. _, MSOmwstra FOR 1 CO To S. LAWftENCE, JBHMER AND RUGMAKEB, m, HUNDLE STBEET. n&lmwcv 1##% 1% A ?##% —Tb* T«ry litatt, KfinAKS -^— rvuuMivo $B.««a and printed in Irst-elus style. SP , RHMTs I th ^PTd »Tocjt . Vi pyaUy LM. ntkeHOUU. 49 Plrl» Mr— t, Ad«laJd« . Nl3ie7* M MEMORY OF VICTORIA THE GOOD.', TO HELP POOE MOTHERS IN ? THEIR -DIREST NEED. 18,794 f|V ^Plj Shilliiigs. S.MAYFIELD 23 SON'S GREAT Furniture Sale, COllMCIM MARCH 4, 1001. OUR ENORMOUS STOCK MUST BE REDUCED REGARDLESS OF COST. Every Article a Bargain, and Marked in Plain Figures. ,- „- — ? o ? ' WALK: THROUGH OUR SHOWROOMS AND SEE OUR PRICES i 'i~ 1'j ,'- '^'E DO NOT ASK YOU TO BUY. . RXJ^TDtilC STREET, ADELAIDE. ( .??'?? ........ .' . . n63mwu«o MR. SHANAS...
BANK OF ENGLAND RETURNS. London, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
BANK OF ENGLAND RETURNS. landon, March 8. I .March 1. March 8. Morm'nt. * t. £ Coin and bullion 1 34,100,000 S4,0.ri2,O0O 548,000' Banking reserve 25,031,000 25,427,000 306,000* Prop'tion reserve 15.B4X 48. 74% 2.so,r Note circulation 28.003,000 28,662,000 69,000* Public deposits . 12,024,000 12,271,000 6fi3,000f Other depofcite '. 41,307,000 89,078,000 l,689,000t Govt.. securities . 1«,114,000 12,306,000 192,000* Other securities . 35,439.01)0 32.747.W0 2,692,000^ ?Increase, t Decrease. ..
THE CAMPAIGN IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
THE CAMPAIGN IN VICTORIA. .MELBOURNE, March 8. During the past week'most oLthe candi dates for ssiis-; in- the-Federal Parliament have addressed meetings of electors, and the. general. tenor '..ot ? their, sneeches has been commendatory of Mr., Barton's policy. Those of the- candidates who approve of a revenue. tariff as distinct from' a' protec tionist tariff have .committed themselves to the statement that they are prepared to Kppport Mr. Barton only so long as he re sists the dictation: of tne extreme protec tionist partj'. In the course of an iiddress at jjockwood, in tlie ..Bendigo district, Sir John Quick said tbe .Federal- Parliament should make every possible effort to assist and encourage the tiller of the soil in the work of production. 'Tie was of opinion that there was' power in. the constitution enabling the Federal Government to ? or ganize a national department' (if agricul ture on the same lines as- that constituted under federal legislation in the United ?States. So...
PUBLIC SCHOOLS SWIMMING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
PUBLIC SCHOOLS SWIMMING KACES: It has been dwiided :to Kbld UK- Pu.bUil.jfcllools Swimmin-r Kaccs at -the O.B.I. Baths pjt' Satur day afternoon next, lipsidcs * uniijbet o[-;nlccs for ' beginners the ehanipkmslHp-of--3rot«, Sturi^Corrie, (lilies. Flinders streets and the suburban schools. is well as the clmmpionshjps of all- the 'schools, sill be competed for. An exhibition of life saving ind restoring;- the apparently drowned will be liven. ? ? Energy and good fortune are twins, but \ :nergy was born first. ? ?/
THE PLAGUE. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
THE PLAGUE. MELBOURNE. March S;' The health authorities are directing all their, energies , towards preventing the plague 'from paying a second visitation to Victoria. Dr. Gresswell intends to send a circular to tlie metroi-olita.n municipalfties pointing out the absolute necessity tor de stroying rats, and asking those 'bodies to again combine to pay so much per head for ail rodents 'killed within their boumUiries'. There are still a good, number infesting the wharfs, ' and these -are being -poisoned or trairped.' It is: a reassuring^faet that the bodies' of those killed 'for,Vniany weeks past have been perfectly liealthy.T?':-;- ..?'.? ^BRTftJ Ihrcli 8. $ The Chine* plague '^patient Fong djed' this evening at 5 o'clock,; at the quarantine station. His Ixi'dy /Will be £rem'ated during the nisht. : ?:? ; '' :'':f /';.:S'is'.
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
To the Editor.' ' Sir—The States of Australia are about' tu. ' take.a sl«p' which. wiH 'either mar.our.l-r6-' ere33 for niany.a decade, or WJljl make for trip 'Hdp in the affairs of menwhicli taken. at' the flood leads .on to, fortune. ; As a, cjtizen and. a thinking man I, deplore ^ the fact that lain riot able behveen' contradic-' tory coiinEellors to mentally dete.nnine whe ther protection or free trade is 'the ,_tide' that is to lead to fortane.^ Hence,' If I do n^exfreise my franchise in' theinbst important coming electiphs the onussioais, riot to be .put down to apathy. But apathr has just brought ruin 'to lumbers of small traders by ftieir. not graqnrig thex effect' of a simple local'- Act, that relating to early closing. How much more serious' conse* quences are hingiing upon ? the fiscal - ques tion! :One-thing,flowever,whichadvocatesot ? both sides of the shield are aiming at is -to' l-aise the revenue required 'from1 the'pw-k'o.'J5* of the masses, arid allow the wealthy l...
A CYCLISTS WINNINGS. COURT ACTION BY W. MARTIN. MELBOURNE, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
A CYCLIST'S WINDINGS. COURT ACTION, BY: W. MARTIN. ,: MELBOURNE.. Maich 8. An action was brought, in;, the county court 'to^lay' by WHIiiun. Martin, the well knwvn :cjTcl'ist,. against Arthur H. Gaudin, cvele manufacturer, for- the recovery of £97 las. 3d., conimissuon on winning cven'ts. The plaintiff allegetl that in ]-e- eember List he entered into an agree ment with the defendant to ride a bicycle called ''The Martin Cycle,' in all racing events until May 31 next in consideration of defendant paying him-32-J per cent, cm all first: prizes won by him. He further agreed not to ride any other 'bicycle during that lime, flntl not to enter into any other agreement without the consent of the de fendant. Since the date of the agreement he had won £448 10s. in first prizes in racing events, the commission ? on which amounted to £145 15s. 3d. Of this amount £48 had Ibeen paid on account, leaving a balance of £97 los. 3d., which plaintiff now claimed. Before .stating the defence Mr. McATt...