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THE AUSTRALIANS. London, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

THE AUSTRALIANS. London. March S. Ptc. Blizzard, a Victorian bushman, was severely wounded during the ope rations against De Wet in the district of Fauresmith.

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THE SCENE IN THE COMMONS. PENALTIES ON OFFENDERS. A MISTAKE RECTIFIED. London March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

THE SCENE IN THE COMMONS. PENALTIES ? ON OFFENDERS. A MISTAKE RECTIFIED. London/March i-. ,1a consequence , of the disgraceful scene created by Irish Nationalists in the House of Commons on Tuesday night, Mr. Balfour yesterday moved that the Standing Orders should be amended so as to provide that hon. members whose conduct involved their forcible removal from the House shnli be suspended during the remainder of the session. The debate on the proposal U-fited until nearly C o'clock this morn i f»g., Mr. Balfqur .accepted a modifica tion of the amendment, requiring that each offender before ho can be ejected, should be separately call ed upon to obey the Speaker. Lord Hugh Cecil, member for Greenwich, a sou of Lord Salisbury, moved to add to the amendment .a provision that future offenders who are ejected from iho House should also be committed to prison till fi.riher orders; but such a drastic penalty .was condemned -1 even by tUe Government. Lord Hugh Cecil offered to withdraw the m...

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THE POWERS AND CHINA. London, March 8 [Received March 9, 2.30 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

THE POWERS AND CHINA. ? - London, March S: [Received, March 9, 2.30 a.m.]. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] The edicts and reports issued in Pekin during the siege- of ,the Lega tions, which the Emperor of China has jiist- annulled, are officially ascribed to the leaders of the Boxers. Viscount Crauborue, Under Foreign Secretary, informed the Commons yes- ! terday that Count Lamsdorf, the Rus sian Foreign f Minister, saw and ap proved of the' Russian Ambassador's1 despatch from Pekin which reported that he had given a verbal promise that (lie Russian occupation of Manchuria was neither virtual not actual, but only temporary in character, for military purposes. ; ' '?',..'

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THE CONWAY MYSTERY. INDICATION OF STRYCHNINE POISONING. ON BOARD THE TALUNE SYDNEY, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

THE^GONWAY MYSTERY. INDlbAT IONS' ^OF STRYCHNINE POISONING. ON BOARD THE TALUNK ..... ......SYDNEY; Ma- ui 8 The inijuest concerning the' death of J a trick Con way, which occurred on board the Talune during her.voyage from Wellington to Svdnev laHtJinonth; was ortened before ?the deputy coroner, -Dr. Todd, to-day. Jane Smith, a married 'woman. 32 years of age, a passenger- by -the Talune, was pre sent at tin; iuqtrest in custody. Mrs. Smith, as ori'the-xloy when she was reman ded from^tMe-.police; court, was perfectly, cool aud'setposiwsed.. .Mr. M-a.«, solici tor, watched the 'jiroc'eedingsf - in her inte rest, andj'asked the- i-errai&9ioii of,- the coroner 'io warn tlie 'newsijipers against publislUng-.-forecasts of;; evidence, winch could^m'Uns opinion, be done'only for. tha piirpoie A.bt.ah'flueneiug ?the minds of ;?? the; public.'^Dr. Todd''.did not think the -fie-,, ports concerning this case' li id been print ed with any 'such., intention.' Dr. Taylor, Go-' venuent P...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS KALGOORLIE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS .KALGOORLIE, March S. - ' Vt the Kalgurli mine the rise in the lode over the;sbuth drive, at thc..6in.levcl,.is up 60 ft., and continues to furnish tclluride.ore.ot good average value.' The new make of 'ore' recently cut in the main nortli drive off the east; crosscut at me p level is opening up well, and the stone maintains its parable grade. Stoping has been started m the north'drivc'ofr tlie' west crosscut, at the 300 level. Go'od grade stone is being l-roken from' the middle andcastrlodoJ-at No. 2 level. . These lodes have united at this depth, and are. being stoped out for a width of ? from 20 to 48 ft. M the same level the west lode is being stoped for a width of from 15 to. 30 ft. Above No. 2 level litUe deVelopmen talwotk is being done..- ' ? ??'?? / ? -^ , ' Tlie White Feather Mam. Reef mine treated, dur ing February, 1.250 t°ns of st°ne ?or *? Y1^ 01 1-'12) 'rhe manager of the Boulder' Main-Reef mine is awaiting -the arrival of rabbles for the Edwards'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

BUSINESS NOTICES In the. seesaw of doubt yoiir de otoon may balance the wrong way, Dealing with us you can only bal ance one wey— the right way. ' L. Sons-ad, ? HlBDLET-SI, CeSTB«M»UXET BuSDLIC-ST. ' B-il-ESD MiBKCT and Post Aosuioe, '...' , ? ? - '?? '' ?.'??. ???':'?[':' .fflttec'. AMATEURSr . CAnPEyrERS, engineers,- and tradesmen, ?;. ; ' Send a Postcard, to . f^SHEFFIEl IX HOUSE, 72, BUNDlE' STREET, _ ?? ?': FOR . v ill ui^ueo. . ;gr Hitii'iniiinitiimn I II Ell .. niUnBQ I - ? ; *?;, , ?( ~ I li Ml. POSSIBLE :|-: ? 'r.^!11. I 111 III promts ^'SVf^xj I H ROCK ^STANLEY -»????? I li HI BOTTOM |£ J^-Inft 'I R. A. MATTERS' NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, (70 pages). ....... Posted to any address. Frec.ot charge. it is the finest production 'of its kind ever pub lished in tliis STATE, and must prove inyaluable to every householder and mechanic :Tli'einfor motion 'contained in this useful' PRICE LIST will more than surprise ycu, and the book is yours fu: the asking. ; - . ?..- ? , R. .A. WA...

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AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, March S. Colonial BanKy preference— £'J. National Bank, ordinary—'n/. Victoria -Bank, ordinary— 64/. Lchdcri Bank Deposit; Receipts— 20,4. Broken Hill Blcck 10-81/. . , North Broken— 17/0. Mount Lyell!»/. Mount Lyell Blocks-5/3. 5/2. . ChillaROc It/ and M.-28/3, 27/9, 28/6. Mount Garnet Freehold— 35/. &&-U/C «/,42/7,.39/6. 40/. Glcnflne- Souths- £8 12/, £8 10/. Lotuc Tunnel Extended— £13 15/. South German— 70/. ' South New Moon-26/9. ^ ^ g South Broken Hill— 26/, 26/6, -26/. Sulphide Corporation— 15/3. North Broken. Hill— 17/6. Associated Gold Dredfring— 3/11. Wallsend Coal— £28 12/6. ? Macfniarie No. 1—10/8, 10/4. Macquarie No. 2-6/6. . Cope's Creek— 8/6. New South Wales 3 per cent, funded stock— £97 10/. ' New South. Wales Treasury Bills— £100.

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METHODIST CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

METHODIST CONFERENCE. The sessions of the Mothodist conference were continued in tfre l'irie street, Church, oil Friday. ? The morning session; ~\viiicU was held wdtn. olosqd doors, was devoted to a consiaeration or dook anairs. . ine.puD: lie sessions were resumed in the afternoon. Thc'ltev. W: A. Langstord occupied the cliair,' on liehalf of tlie president, who *vas engaged in connection, with the stationing c.iiuiutteL'. ' . The report of tlie. .churdi properties inauagenteni: and sales committee was pre sented by the treasurer, Kev. (J. T.ftew-' m-an'. After a- long discussion the report was adopted, and a series of recommenda tions which had been made by the com mittee, were confirmed. On the m6tion of the Kev. J. Jicrry the committee was tnank cd for their services during the* past' year. On '.the motion of Mr. Newman the -follow- ing committee was appointed:— The Kevs, T. Piper, H. T. iiurgess, LL.D..J. Cowper t'hwaite, C: T; Newman, .U;' J.. Pope;1 ,0. i Martin, and E. 'Grat...

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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS [PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT.] MR. T. H. WEBB AT THE FEDERAL HALL [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

THETFEDEaAIi ELECTIONS [PUBLISHED'tiY §PECiAL ARBANGi3a2#J ' MR. I. H. WEBB AT- THE FEDERAL WATT. ' '' Mr. Thomas H. Webb, who is a candidate for the 'Federal House of Representatives, addi-essed the.,dectora,at.,fche Federal HaU, Grotectreet. on PraiTav'rBcenirar* Tte'cKair was occupied by Cr. Myers. Mr. -Webb, who was, cordially received, said:— I. feel, that no .apology- is required from me for asking ?your, suffrage? ,at 'the election to tafee place, on HarclwilO, ?because I have, held office iu your local go verning ipodieSj have .been , closely wnBeeted,, with Qie. external arid ittternul' commerce of .this .'colony for orec 35,years; ?from.,5tacr DonneU Bay to Hergott, and&ave for 'the past 16 years been engaged1 in. farming, and 1 claim to know by jpersonal experience ?the difHoulties connected with, bringing scrub lands into, a state' fit for profitable occupa tion, 4nd I hft\^.'\v;otbed.rather.hard,dunng, the last few years in endeavouring to shiny the peopje, of ....

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SHARE MARKET AND MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

SHARE MARKET AND MINING. To enable members to visit the show the Exchange closed at 1 o'clock on Friday. The volume of business . transacted1 during the half-day was not lanre. and nrices trene rally were unaltered. Jn Western Aus traKniv- gold ~ Perleverance' ' had! soine es changes at better rates than on Thursday, closing '? £7- 4/ sales and buyer. '? Silver stocks had small turnover; Blotk 10's a' little lower. Souths and South Block elight ly higher in price. Copper had very little business, prices being unchanged. 'North Queensland Tin attracted little attention, opening at Thursday's closing price, ana closing at the opening price, SllO. The Minister controlling the Northern Territory, Hon. F. W. Holder, has received :i telegram from the manager of the Go vernment Cyanide Works ' at Arl tunga, Mr. H. B. ' Corbiiii stat mR that during February ''16 tons 1 twt. of stone was treated for a re turn of 16 oz. 4 dwt, valued at £59. Splen did rain ? fell during the three weeks prior ...

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SEED-WHEAT APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

JSEED-WMAT'AmAL, The Allowing additional ??? donations , ol caaa anu wne.1.1 naive oeeu maue iu iv»iK)nse ivJ 'Ul« i^/l»cU.l. UK ac«l W'Ucitli: ..»?? i^..kl»01o.— lJmi. ? Mucuoiiueil U.C.. XI 1.1 ; iiks me k.o. i«ur.»uu»c— ueo. Slicrnu ii, ^ci- iiu\vm!i u.O. — ouuM..i-uue ui naw»er, A.v-.*'., j*o, ^iiuepeuaeut Orotr uc ivewi»wce» (.uaivacry, jij— t,w; «. i-. 'lowier Ai.; pur me 'AUeuaiiuu ^.eliuiig'— C tt. licinriiai, jiaiu«liu, ±1j 16/ i i^-'i .?it J-.c. latala i\uriu— J; f. owauu lii/, J«uu:s -uu-vej 10/ «. J. JJicSicoi, T. vnwuuiis, i.rcu. i-ruiC, Wuiiam Snetpueuduu.- JS.' -' luiUesea, ' auu ^. I.IUUOIU' oi 'eacu— *i iw; I'cc we ' Jauiestowu aud ixjiaiie Locai UJUUUiOii.'e ^acconii iijoutiiiiCal; -oiiancs jouci £2 Ml. i-r. W. Biair Aiuen £1 i/. i''. niiiiiiiuriis ot »uiis ail i/ » «? u. ««uuv-i.«. *l 1;, jad. niininaon, l'. r. A-uorU, K. Iticiiaru joir, 15. -ohr, iw. MiuliciL eat-n- Hi, au-. S. ^eaziowshi'ana jure. ju. VoUl eacu- Id/— iiil i.);: w.U: ilciaia, '£1 If, per ? tlie U...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

; SHIPPING : P. & 0. STEAM X AVIGATION COMPANY;. Onder'Rqyal Mail Contract; wiH'dispatcn the (eilowmg Steamers via Fremantlc, Colombo, Aden, ManmTIes. Gibraltar, Plymouth, and loo fan', vmh hbgrty to call at Bnndw.— ? j ?OCg&KA....'... 6KH1 C. Gadii' ' ««rti \l. ?BKITANSIA.... 6525! F. H. Seymour March 28. ?AOSTKALIA.. ..em L Beeves Apnl 11 ?nCTORIA ? VlZT E. Crewe April 25 ROME.'. ? ;.... 3515 J Cowie Jty * HIMALATA ? USES \V. Ii. Broon May £3. CHINA ? ' 7912 Tj_5_\ngus__ _4unp_fi_ *~1 ' ?Via Hobart (rom Sydney. , Pa»engers for Brindisi Tran$tpp at Port Said. MOT1CB TO FASOLHaSB*. ' liberal reductions to families. ' Whole Cabins Reserved. The Accommodation Ip both Fust and Second Saloons 1 unsurpassed. Pwage, from -Europe, &c., can.be arranged Here. . Passengers allowed to break their journey it intermediate ports Tourists' Tickets— India, China, Jipan, fcc Round thc-vrarld TiLkels _? eued. PM4ACK RATB8 Tickets issued at lowest current rates. J Special Retur...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

FUNERAL NOT ICEt rnHE Friends of the Rev.' A. F Rechner arc re X' spcctfully informed that the REMAINS of hw lute 'SON (Alfred Phillemori) will -be. Interred 111 ??- tbe-Tanunda Cemetcrj-, 'TUIS -\FTERSOOA.: l?». turd»v)'-»t 3 o'clock. : -? : r-~ ? ??? \:v:-v. '' ,. ' ... . 11.: \V..JCASSEBAUiL . . ?..: .X. as ,: . 'Undertaker: rhllE FrienuU :of I bo late Mi'. ALFRK1J' J. X CLAVKK iSutioiuiiiitLT, of Woodvillc) are informed tlut his REMAINS will be Removed from )ii»' lat* 'Residencei Railway terrace, '. WoOdvillt., THIS DAY (Saturday), al i;a) p.m.-, for Inter-, mcpt.in the. Woodyille Cemetery, , ,.. ., ..;. J...C.-HAI1DY,. L'ndettaker and Uiubiluujr. .... Telephone 110.; St. Vincent street, Port Adelaide. -11.. . . . ..... 1. . fly's* a- ','??;?-' ''',-' ,'T O.O-.T. - ' EXCELSIOR V.P O L aVT V-»— LOU15B-: Xo.12.-The ^- X, SX ^BROTHERS' of the above. Ixidge-acd Order- are requested to Meet at the Woqdville Station THIS' DAY, at 2.:JU p.m.,- to . j'o1Iow the REMAINS. of oiir.late Bro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

- RELIGIOUS NOTICE? : ^Bhurch of ^hjland. ? '?'- , ST. ?* .Ve'\ E R ' S .OATH ED R A L.— 7.?0. Holy -Communion; 10.30, . Matins and Choral Celebration. ' Prcarher-=Rov'. W. S; Milne. ? H 1j p.m.'. -EroisongT Anth-m— 'MakcYnc a clean heart' (Bamby). Prcachpr— The Lord Bishop. S. LUKF,;S.-^H,C., 3; -t..ll»i'., d.9 ;. Preacher ? .'-rHcv. W.'.O. J[?tsji. Eveninc. Subjpcl— ?':BjtUr Die ihqjiSln.' ',.'.,. ? ;. .....'.'i: ?CJT. PAUL'S,' ADELAlbE.-H.tC S; Matins, 11; O Rev-.D. Km, B.A. .¥..; H.-ti; the 'Rector. = .Anthem, 'Sock ye the. Lord:' Stqrj-.of the Cross. QT. .10H.VS.-li,.H.CV; 6.45, Canon Hopcratt.' £V Sfc-MARY'S.-g, IJ.C.; ll/Mo.Rcv. R. Tum bling . - ????? ? -?- _?????''?..» ?-??;?? H' phYTRJNjfy.— il and e.15,Jtnc;'.ResS!f5.SE~ '..raoiis ob, .Temperance..^* 'f jje.-PuDday, Scliool Festival Will take rilate oh' April 14, and Tea on April IS.' ;'': ?''?..-'„? ' ', ? - ? pHRlST' CHURClK jN-A.-H C., g' a.nvr 11, V JIatins,-and Unveiling of ? 'In Mcrnoriam'. Window, 'the*Dcan;.t;''He\...

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CONTROL OF VICTORIAN CRICKET. A MORIBUND ASSOCIATION. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

CONTROL OF VICTORIAN CRICKET., , A MORIBUND ASSOCIATION. ' MELBOURNE. March 8. The scheme suggested for the practical extinction of the, Victorian Cricket Associa tion and. the handirig ;over ? to * the' Mel bourne Cricket Club of- the control of- Vic- torian' cricket is framed on the following lines;;- 1. The M.C.C. to have full control in Victoria of all interstate and inter national cricket on the condition that (a) the club shall take over and pay the liabili ties of the Victorian Cricket Association; (b) the club shall' finance interstate 'match es and shall divide the net profits among the clubs now forming the V.C.'A:, pro vided that before there be any division of profits the M.C.C. shall be reimbursed the amount it paid' in liquidating the debts of ?the-.V.CAv and in addition a reserve fund of,' say £500, has been established .to- meet future probable losses; (c) in the case of international ^cricket the M.C.C. shall re gard the clubs -now forming the V.C^A. in the same way...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. BROKEN HILL, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

NEW SOUTH WALES ? - BROKEN HILL, March 8. At -the meeting of the municipal council ?last night Alderman Wise introduced a de putation from the meeting recently held on the Central Reserve'to ' consider the water supply question... -lne council was asked- to. consider the. water rale, ahditake a refe rendum-, oir the'' question. It was alsbire quested'-'.ib oppose the scheme ? recently n:oote'^ for turning the Yanco. Glen' -water ;iato rStephens CVeek. It was decided 'to nwke^fhe mater an order of the day.fbr t^ie next- meeting. .; .'. ... .'. --J-jV 'lu^tlie police court to-day Charles York, charjjetl with having.broken into Boan Bro thers* iestablisliment oil the night fbf Feb-i ruar.visS'i and with having stoiep. goods, ^jvas; committed for trial. . ? . '/'*?.?' ?-',.\.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

?:-'jfr -urn- W. E. EKINS, ^^^^^^^ . It is » S«rvie«abl« Low-priced Gnn, suitable for small game '^^^' ?- aDdrabb&ihobfciBg.'Midis deaign'ed to shoot 22 short or 22 long . 3t HIMOWY iTRMT, .. cartridges. ' Bulleted Caps may- alto be used- if desired. It is a ' Take Down,'' - and canb* taken apart easily and quickly; the operation consisting simply of Now has to hand' a Stock of the unscrewing thumbscrew located underneath forearm, which releases the ^ barrel - ' -f and action from the stock. The barrel is round, 18 inches long, bored and \F1JW 1101117? 40flfl rifled with the -same care and/exactness that has made Winchester Kiftes JlJail IllUlJuu luUU famous the .world '' over:. for their accurate shooting. Price, £1 5s ; or per . rail, £1 5s. 6d., or it may be posted to any. address m the Colony for £1 6s. |lf|||niJr*OTrn niPIT Cartridges to suit Rifle, Is.' 6d. per 100.' Cartridges being explosives cannot be postal,'-. WJNlJnLU I LU nlrLL. but parcels of cartridges up to 7...

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FATAL ACCIDENT. BLANCHETOWN, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

TATAL. ACCIDENT. ??;? : BLANCHETOWN. March 8. ' A^sad = accident happened . .'yesterday.. While, talcing a wagon and''iiix horses off the punt Mr,.R. S; Crabb, a highly respect* ?ed resident, was , crushed between the wagon and the fence. He died at 8 o clock this evening. . ? ? .' . HALLETT, March 7.— With the expehta tion that ptace Would be procliimed tome mvnths ago great preparations were madi here foVduiy ce;ejra.jiig the eve^t. Wnen tfee i-iea was abandoned by the Government the local committee decided to utilize the funds collected in a children's. sports and. picnic. The sports took- place on, Wed ne.diy, and proved, a great euccessj Twelve poiinas was spent upun tne chiiaren. em bracing these 'from Hailett, Mount Bryan East, .Mount Bryan,, and Uloolod'. The j,eave medals .were di-itrb.uted to the chi.: dren attending' the pchpols.. ;M-ifch'' .of the' success of the affair was duetto ih'e lion, secretary/ Mrl ''Dois,' wh'o worked .very hard. An. entertainme'nt was' given- l...

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TRADE AND FINANCE. PORT WINE TRADE FOR 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

Ti^f!AW3?igFiNCBr:' PORT WINE' TRADE1 FOR IMo' Messrs. Silya k Cpsens, in* their report of fc&e port wine ti^e.for 1900, state:— ''Ship- ments of wine frbin Oporto to all partein 1900 were larOTrbv 293' rimes than in 1899. the actual figures .being 94,224 pipes arid J*3,931 respectively. The average export, for the last five .years' 'of. the century as com pared with 189L to: 1895- shows 'a 'consider- able increase. The . consumption . in the United Kingdom continues to be satisfac tory, for although' a slight falling off in the duty payments for 1900 is disclosed as com pared with' 1899, it must be borne in mind that during tlie last-mentioned year there were heavy clearances of the vintage 1898 for bdttlrag. Taken on a five years' aver age, as in the cnse of the shipments, figures show a remarkable increase, and therefore no doubt can exist as to port wine well maintaining its popularity with all ejnsses, nut only as .a beverage, but 'also as.one' of the best health restor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

CRIPPLED V . ,. ,. . - LTKS AH,. ' . . .'*''. ,L On the Right Track ,????*??? -at Lastii ',:'.Z'I . The Case of - MR. WIJ.LIAM j. MORRIS. ? ?; (A- Special Inquiry.) ' There is no doubt mine was a seripnl' -case,. of. sickness,' said Mr! William' J. Morris, of Mead-street, Glanville,. Po'rl., Atlcairle,' 'it caused mo to give.up a. gooS billet at Bowdcn. 1 was simply unable to go on with my work.' 'In what way did you suffer, .Mr, Morris ? ' inquired the reporter. '1 had frii-htful head pains all round. - the top atid back of the head, accompanied ? by dizziness that almost' made me blind,- ? There were pains . across, my loinB. , Some times when I was at work.it would catch me bo that I could not stoop or bend, atid it ? would cripple nie like an old man, so that if was impossible for me. 'to do a' good day's work. I had a miserable appetite. I never' fancied niy meals. ' I often retched top^my' ' fqod,.a.hd uhvays after eating thore was!a ' feeling of- weight- arid- oppression in-'...

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