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CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

': CHESS.; South Australian Association.— A meetinc of the council was held at Jaekman's Cafe on March 7, whcnllicre was a representative attendance. ;De taila in connection with the forthcoming' congress were discussed,, ana u was deqiaea titat it snouia begin in the list week in June, 'and' that entries should close oh June 15. Every effort has been put forth to study the interests and convenience of country players, and it is hoped they 'will re spond to the invitation to enter. There will be a major tourney, carrying with it the champion ship ot the colony, and a minor tourney, with liberal prizes in both cases. Present appearances indicate a large number ot city entries, and as the weather will be in ever}-, way suitable a suc cessful congress should take place.

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAUNCESTON DISAPPOINTED. LAUNCESTON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

LAUXCESTON DISAPPOINTED. LAUNCESTON, March 10. The Administrator ot the Government has received a cable message from Mr. Chamberlain ? - expressing regret that the J)iike and Duchess of Cornwall and York ?will beiinable to visit Lfltmceston dining their visit to Tasmania owing to their short stay. They will arrive in Hobart on July 2 and leave on the litli.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. WRAGGE'S POSITION. BRISBANE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

MR. WIUGGE'S POSITION. BRISBANE, March 10. Alie acting J. remier lias .communacateu iwith tlie Federal Government in reference to the position of Mr. Wragge, in con sciniencc of the transfer of the post and telegraph office to the Commonwealth. -Mr. Wragge has all along been connected with the l'O'it and Telegraph Department of tjueensland, and -Mr.- Rutledge is of the opinion that he ought to be allowed ro re nui:n.

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GEORGETOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

GEORGETOWN RACES. The following are the 'weights declared by Mr. 1). Creedon for Georgetown Races, to'be held on Saturday, March 16: — Handicap Hurdles.— Sympathy, 10vSt. 0 ft.: Torando, 9 12; Pauline,' 3 9; The Scamp, 9 7; Liatus. 9 7; Black Bess, 9 7; Ruby, 9 3; Gold field,. 9. ..-.': * ' ? ? Handicap Pony Race.— Winnie, 9 st. 31b;,Thel ma,' 8 -12; Jersey,' 8 12; Tommy, 8 10^'Matale, S4;KUtyClyde, 7; Darling. Lass,, 6 7. 'Georgetown Handicap.— Taraa, 9 st 5 ft.; Tor a.tHo',S 9; Alarm. 8.7; Thunder Queen, 8 7; Star light, 8,5; PartluVS 4; Silverman, 8; Liatus, 7 12; Priestess, 7 .10; Kooringa, 7 7.- . Flying Handicap.— Winchester, 9 st.; Alarm, S 9;' Primula,. 8 9; Thunder Queen, 8 7; Ruby, 8;VKngUsh Ivy,- Sj^auline, 7 12; LiaUis, 7-9; Pastil, ?? 7. 9; KooringaA 7 7; Micawber, 7 5; Pre t'erions, 7' i; Jimmy, 012. ? ' :/. *

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FATAL GUN ACCIDENT SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

FATAL GUN ACCIDENT. SYDNEY. March 10. Thomas Henry Cullen, a well-known resi dent of the Wagga. district, was aixajlentally shot yesterday while conversing witii his son, wno had just returned from a shoot ing expedition. The gun was placed against the Trail of the Curnnvana Hotel, and either through falling or the trigger having been toadied by a grandson of the deceased the charge exploded, and the shot lodged in one of Mr. Uullen's legs. He loat a large quan tity cf blood, and died last night.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLING IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

CYCLING IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE. Marej 10. At a cycling meeting held at South. Mel bourne.yesterday, W. Martin, scratch, won the South Melbourne .Cycling Club's Wheel Race .on the post from R. Mutton, in 4 min. 50 ssc. W. McDonald won the scratch mile race, which, carries the b!ue riband and badge of the club, with Walker second and Martin third. The Five-mile Inter national Scratch Rac? was secured by F. S. Beauchhamp, in 11 min. 48 2-oth sec, with A. A. Middleton second and L. Bar ker tiurd.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BULLION [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

BULLION'. Broken/Hill South.— Week, March 9:— Treated 1,856 tons crude ore, producing 3D8 tons first-grade concentrates assaying 03 per cent lead, 20 oz. silver, and 9 per cent zinc.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS KALGOORLIE, March 10 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS KALGOORLIE, March 10. Die following returns for February have been announced: — , . 1 South Kalgnrli.— Treated by Rieken process, 700 ions sulphides for 805 oz.: by oxidized mill. 520 ? tons for 395 --&; total, 1,220 tons for 1,200 oz. . Boulder Main Reef.— 1,075 tons sulphides treated for 1,405 07..; 976 tons sands cyanided for 450 oz. 7 dwt. ; 16 tons tdluride ore smelted at Fremantle for 303 oz. 10 dwt. ; total gold recovered, 2,158 oz. 17 dwt. 12 gr. Hainan's Reward.— 199 tons crushed for 302 oz. 8 dwt; cyanided 1,100 tons amds for 156 oz. a dwt. . ???-.. At the South Kalgurli mine No. 2 lode at the No. 7 level continues .to develop satisfactorily. Good grade stone is being taken from, the end of each drive. Work at other parts of the mine is mainly confined to sloping raill supplies and the deepening of the main shaft from '00 to '800 feet 'The en largement of the ore treatment mill is proceeding, but the work is hampered by the delay in getting iro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

LONDON QUOTATIONS. Messrs. Clarke k Co., Universal Buildings, Orenfell street, have handed us the following:— London, March 8. Associateds— 50/. Associated XortJiern Blocks— 50/, seller. Hold* Horseshoes— £10 2/6. Golden Links— 21/3, buyer. G.B. Perseverance— £7 1/3. . Hannan's Brownliill— 83/9, buyer, Ivanhoe— £S 3/9. Lake View Consols— £7 11/3. Chillagoes-27/fi. Next settlements commence March 11 and March 25. '

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

SPORTING. Owners and trainers are finally reminded that entries for the leading events of the S.A.J.C. Autumn Meeting arc due to-day. Thev are for the First Hurdle Eace. Goodwood Handicap, Second Hurdle Eace, Adelaide Cup, the Steeplechase,- and jVlariqn Steeplechase. Entries must he made hefore 4 p.m. to ihe secretary or at Considrne's racecourse agency, Melbourne; arid 'V.R.G., ^Melbourne. ? The nomination fee, in each case is 1 sow Acceptances for the Port Club's meeting at Cheltenham on Saturday next are- due to-day af the club's office, Port; or. the Imperial Hotel, Adelaide, up to 8 p.m.; or at Considipe's agency, Melbourne, up to 3 p.m.. Trainers and jockeys are reminded that it i.s necessary to obtain .their tickets at the same time to avoid paying for ad mission. AVinners at this meeting incur no penalty ' thereby for the Onkaparinga races'. Owners and trainers are reminded that the acceptances for the Port Adelaide Meeting close at 8 o'clock this even ing. Trainers and joc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MINE MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

MINK MAXAC1ERS' BRPOBTS. Great Tarcoola.— Week, February 2S:— Shaft on block 1041 sunk 2S ft.« Have had to Umber a portion shaft near surface, which became dun eeroiis throilirh hlastinir. Hepf is still hard. Still sinking in reef; no footwall showing as yet. Splen did looking stone coming from bottom of shaft composed of iron quartz and intermixed with 'py rites. 1 can pick stone from dump showing -gold, and can also dolly fair prospects; this shows the gold is making down. Forwarding per first team 5 cwt. of stoiie from this reef for bulk sample, which sliould give satisfactory return. Sliding Rock.— March 9:— Material in drive now showing decided improvement, more malleable and grey ore present.

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THE VICTORIA CROSS. London, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

THE VICTORIA CROSS. London, March 9. Lieur. F. A. Maxwell, D.S.O., has been awarded the Victoria Cross for conspicuous bravery during the disas trous action at Koorn Spruit in April last.

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THE AUSTRALIANS. London, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

THE AUSTRALIANS. London, March 9. i'te. A. Niech, o£ the NeAv South Wales bushmen. was wounded in the arm in a light at Pienaar's River. Sergt. G. W. Davidson, of the same force, has succumbed to enteric fever at Mafeking. Pte. Savage, of the New South Wales Mounted Rifles, has been appointed to a commission in the Imperial Yeo manry. Pte. C. ,T. Beck, of tlie Ncav Zealand artillery, Avas severely Avoxinded in the fighting at Lichtenburg. London, March 10. Captain A. Fitzpa trick, of the, New South Wales artillery, has been invalid ed to England. Lieuts. G. Legge and F. A. Stephens, from the same State, are also voyaging to London.

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DE LISLE'S COLUMN. London, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

DE LISLE'S COLUMN. London. March 10. Colonel H. B. De Lisle's force, which includes a contingent of New ? South Wales Bushmen, is now engaged in clearing the Boers out of the Leeuw River district.

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ON THE WESTERN FRONTIERS [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

ON THE WESTERN FRONTIERS Colonel Jempleton, of Melbourne, has received the following letter from. Colonel Kelly, of the Victorian bushmen, dqted from Kimberlev on January 23:— Once again my letter must tell the same tale— we have been fighting and trekking, and trekking and fighting, and our record is still unblemished— some killed, many wounded, but not one man yet taken prisoner; and if in the future the Boers do succeed in breaking that record, and taking one of the A.I.R. as prisoner, give them every credit, for, from what. I know- of the feeling of the officers and men, they Anil deserve it. ,1 enclose Lord Methuen's, di visional order of yesterday. It may inter est you as a memento of the Avar, and tells its own story of the Avork done by that gentleman's column. Notwithstanding all hostile criticism, that he is a good and able soldier, a good comrade, and a gen tleman is tlie opinion of every man Avho lias served under irim or fought against him. You, I have no doubt, read oc...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 10. A return published by tne department of agriculture fcr the present season hIiows an increase in tile land in occupation of 553.(1.77 acres, with a decrease in the area un.ki wheat of 63,284 acres, and in the' area under oat.s of .449,334 acres Tne Diinediu Freemasons have started a movement for founding an institution for tiie.inaintenaiiee, education,- -and ,' equip ineni of orphans and destitute children of Freemasons in the colony. .

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA WESTERN AUSTRALIAN FINANCES. PERTH, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN FINANCES. PERTH, March 10. Hie expenditure. ran Jiebroary amounted to .t'2GS,293, or £13,729 in excess of 'the re venue, and nearly '£38,000 more than the expenditure i'ot- wo ? eoirespomlins1 'month of last ye;u\ .This reduces the surplus to £2-2,000. _

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 10. Dick Cavdl attempted yesterday to break the world's swimming record for 120 yards, held by lane. He was paced by two of the best Queensland swimmers, but lie did not. succeed, though be equalled the record —1 min. 16 3-5tli see.' ... The Queensland Rifle Association has de cided to contribute £50 towards the pro posed federal trophy.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE.. March 10. The question /was recently raised whether the time had not arrived when typesetting machines should be introduced into .the Go vernment Trintiriir ntfirp.' Mr li. S Brain. the Government Printer, states that he is watching the progress of the monotype, which is in, use in the Government Printing .Office at Perth, and if it proves the success claimed for it.heVill bring the matter under the notice of the Treasurer. A cable message has been received from Cape Town, reporting the arrival of the troopship Orient on March S, witii the 'Vic- toi«n troops all well. At Sale yesterday Charles Hanson, a young man, at work in a gravel .pit, was killed by a fall of earth. -. . ^ . _ A man mimed Thomas' McLeish'was walk ing along uie banks of Saltwater River on Saturday, when his hat was blown into the water. In attempting to recover it he gat out of his depth, and was drowned. Freil Balaam, aged 19, an employe at the Spencer street station goods sheds, fell from ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALE [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

CLOSING QUOTATION'S AN'D RANT.E OF SALES. From 9.30 a.m. till neon. Gold. Western Australian Stocks. Associated (C.)-B. 50/, S. 50/6, sales 50/3. Associated Northern— B. 4S/6, S. *e/U, sales 49/6, 4!)/S, 19/, 48/11. Bank of Kngla'nd— S. 2/S. Barley's United— B. 3'. Block 45-B. 2/9, S. 3/, sales 2/3. Bonnie Charlie (paid) — S. !/,'-. Bonnie Charlie (con.)— B. 10d., S. lid., sales ad. Boulder Central (paid)— B. !«)., S. 1/1. Boulder Consols So. 1— Sales !-d., S/d. Boulder Half-mile South— B. 1/1, S. 1/5, sales 1/5. Boulder North Extended-S. (ijd. Urookman's Boulder (C.)— U. »/, sales 2/9. Brown Hill Central— B. 2/10, S. 3/, sales 2/11. 2/101, 2/U. Brownliill Junction— B. 3Jd., S. 41d. Croesus Proprietary— B. 1/8, S. 1/11. Chaffer's— B. 4/lfl, S. »/, sales 5/. Cumberland (con.) — Sales 8{d. iSrear. Boulder— B. 24/3. S. 24/4.!, sales 24/3. Great .Boulder No. 1— B. 2/. Great Boulder Main Reef— B. 39/3, S. 39/6, sales 41/, 40/6, 39/0. Great Boulder Perseverance— S. £7 0/6, sales £7 2/, £7...

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