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The Register ADELAIDE: MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1901. CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
Ik §tpkx ADELAIDE: MONDAY, MARCH 11, 3001. CONSUMPTION. King Edward VII., while rrince of Wales, undertook to opeii in person on July '2^ next a British Congress on tu berculosis; Every British colony and dependency is invited to send delegates to the jiieetings, which will extend over five days; cind the Governments of (?ounfries in Europe. Asia, and America have also been requested to be repre sented there by distinguished ineu of science jind others, who will be the honoured guests of the congress. As the iiirpjtfct .'is' being promoted by the loading members of the faculty, and h:us received the .support of prominent British staitesmcu, there is «very re:i son lor expoctrns that the galhorhig will be ;i thorough success, sind result in pnitrtifsil good. In a statement ? of the ol),jeets of 'the congress it is uotctl that consumption and other forms of tuberculosis, although preventible and controllable by intelligent precautions, remain the direct cause of u high rate of sicknes...
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. ' .The following table has been constructed frcn f)b-er'vati'6ni; recorded in tins office for ever}' sit hours during the last three days and for this morn, ing. .Height above sea level, 147 ft.:— . :-a.m. I) a.m. 3 p.m. 9 p.m. Vridxy „ .. .. .. 2O.SS 29.S9 29.S0 : 29.73 Saturday .. .... 29.C!) '? '20.70 29.68 ' 29.6S Sunday .. , ? 20.71 . 29.S2 ' . 29.90 . 29.95 , Note.— Barometer 29.95, stationary, at .2 o'clock this rooming; cloudy. ' ' ?-
THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. The members of the sixth contingent who are encamped on the Exhibition Grounds are making steady progress. Much satisfac tion is expressed at the behaviour of the horses, which are readily ? adapting them selves to military duties. The following non-commissioned officers have been N ap pointed:— Sgts. C. J. Cocker and. Glover, Oorpls. E. Williams and H. J.. 'Smith,. and Lance-Corpls. R. Ridings and F. E. Bay ten. Corpl. Smith failed to get into the first contingent, but being determined upon obtaining war experience proceeded to Africa on his own account, and joined the South African Light Horse. He was amongst the first to enter Ladysmitli at the relief of that town. The corps subse quently disbanded, and Corpl. Smith re turned to South Australia. There was a church parade at the camp on Sunday morning, when several ladies assisted. In the afternoon the camp 'was open to the public, and attracted a fair crowd.
THE COLLIE COAL DIFFICULTY. PERTH, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
THE GOLLIE COAL- DIFFICULTY. . PERTH. March 10. Ihe Koyal Commission appointed' to re port, oh: the Collie coal difficulty has sent in ifs report, which was considered by Cabinet on Siturdav.-' The' document, staf.p/1 that tne .represeriiatioris, . made alike by' tlicj;'W)}.l owners andr'jjbe .miners in regard ;to tllie inadequate price paid '-by the Government under -the-1 contract ivrtfi the owners, Hil bt-en borne cut by the evidence. The Government has. therefore, decided to increase \he price paid from 9s. 7d. to 13s. per 'ton conditionally on the mineowners granting tilie racn an inercise of M. per ton in the hewing rate, which will then be 4s. M. Another condition is that the ?wages of the surface men must be raised to 9s. per day, . and a proportionate increase granted to 'the other employes. The new agreement is to be in foroe for two years.
FEDERAL PARLIAMENT CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
FEDERAL PARLIAMENT CONTINGENT. Col. Stuart,' who. as Acting Commandant of- the South Australian Military Forces during Brigadier-Gen. Gordon's absence from the State, has received instructions to organize the contingent from this State to take part in the, demonstration in connec tion with the. opening of the Federal Par liament. It will be 500' strong, chosen from all branches of 'the service. Col. Stuart will begin at! once to arrange for the selection and equipment of the South Ausralian mili tary representatives, at the great celebra tion in Melbourne. There will be 300 in fant ry, and the other 200 will be selected frcfm the artillery and mounted rifles, the inachine-gun' corps, ambulance corps, and band also being represented. The various units' will 'have a full and proper establish ment of officers.
NORTHERN TERRITORY. PORT DARWIN, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
NORTHERN TERRITORY. PO15T DA1IWIN. March 10. The Pamierston and 1 hie Creek Railway earnings for the week ended March 2 amounted to £107. The steamer Chansshu, frjin Hongkong and .Manila, arrived on- .Monday evening with two Europeans and one Chines? on hoard. She sailed for southern ports on' Tuesday morning with il-c following pas sengers:— The Dishop of Carpentaria an;1. Mr. Barnes. The steamer Eastern, from Hongkong, arrived yesterday morning with three .Eur.i pean and two .lapaness passengers. Slit sailed the same afternoon for southern ports with the following passengers:— Mr.-?.' Jones. Mi-.-es Shakes, Merry, aiid ISugden, Messrs. Chamberlain, IJuiiiey, Iniss, and Fells, anil Master Giles. The vessel ako had on lwiard a box of gold shipped- by Messrs. Jolly & Co., valued at £S»0. 120 bags of copper Ore, and 1 tun i.f tin ore.
THE CONWAY MYSTERY. THE ADJOURNED INQUEST. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
TEE, CON WAY MYSTERY. THE ADJOURNED INQUEST. SYDNEY. March 10. The inquest concerning the death of Pat rick Conway on. the steamer Talune on Feb ruary 19, was continued to-day. William McCombie. examined bv Mr. Moss, who appeared on behalf of Mrs. Smith, said that Conway had not led him to believe that he had any large sum of money -with him. He had not seen deceased in company with any female while. on board. T. Murphy, steward on the Talune, stated that he saw Conwav about 8 o'clock on the night of his deatii sitting on the forehatch in company with a female. William J. McBride, a passenger, by the'Tajune, also testified to having seen a woman in company -with Conway shortly before he was taken ill. Mrs. Smith was on lxmrd the steamer, but he could not say.' whether it was she who was -with Conway. The enquiry was adjourned until Tuesday. .
NEW ZEALAND, March 10 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
NEW ZEALAND. 'March 10. The principal health ofheer, who under the new act -wields large ' powers, lias in structed the local authorities throughout the colony to take all. -precautionary mea sures against the introduction of plague. Failing compliance with '' his instructions, he has.-power to have all that is necessary done at the cost of the local authorities.
VICTORIAN BUSH FIRES. LOANS TO SUFFERERS. MELBOURNE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
VICTORIAN BUSH FIRES. LOANS TO SUFFERERS. MELBOURNE, March 10. About 130 applications have been re coived by the Lands Department from sufferers bjj. the recent bush fires in the Gippshuid, Cape Otway, and western dis tricts for loans from the Government to en able them to rebuild their dwellings, stables, &-?., ajid to replacs their fences and Stock. The loans are limited to £200, and are to 1«? repaid in three equal instalments at the end of the fifth, sixth, and :?eTenth years. There were 9(iO applications for loans received in connection with 'the disastrous bash fires in the early part of 1898, and the total sum then lent bv the Government was £17,000.
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
Vo the Editor. Sir— Mr. Price, speaking at Port Adc« laide, is reported, 'thus— 'liven Henry; George wrote that there were many things to be said in. favour of a protective tariff.'* Ihe following is one tiling he wrote— - 'Christianity gives us as ihe golden rule' of life ' that we should do to others as we would have others do to us. But oujt of the system of taxing the products and proces- - ses' of labour, and out of its effects in in creasing the price of wha't some have to sell and others must ? buy, has grown tho theory of 'protection,' which denies Ihig gospel, which holds Christ ignorant of poli tical economy, and proclaims laws -of national well-being utterly at variance -with His teaching. This theory sanctifies national hatred; it inculcates a universal war of hostile tariffs; it teaches peoples that their prosperity lies in imposing on the productions of obner. people, restrictiom they do not wish imposed on their own.' AViJl Mr. Price point out where George de viated f...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
. To the Editor. Sir— Mr. Shearer, states that farming never flourished under free trade. What has been the effect of free trade on the British fanner? In 1841 the product of Bri tish agriculture was Ltw millions sterling, whilst in 185J7 it was 230 millions. The value of the product ]ier hand employed had risen from £59 to' £t)l per year. Ag riculture in Ureat Britain to-day, in spin of the limited area, is yielding lour times the value of all the pastoral, larni'ng. dairying, and truit industries of all Aus tralia, or more than fifteen times as much as protectionist Victoria. Between 1855 and 18U7 the number oi' stoct in Great Britain had increased Ironi 4U millions ta 47 millions, an increase -x 6' millions, more than half of such increase being cattle. The tanners of Great Britain raised in 18Ui about 300 million bushels of grain, four mil lion tons of potatoes, and over ol million tons of feeding stuffs. Has ruin overtaken the agriculture of New Njuth Wales, as prophesied? No;'...
THE COUNTRY. THE MOUNT BROWNE TRACK. HAWKER, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
THE GOUNTHYr - THE MOUNT BROWNE TRACK. * ~ HAWKER, March 7. One of the veteran teamsters of the north-east track, who lias just come down with loading, states that the Mount Urowne track is in fair condition for travel- . ling, except at . the crossings of several tneeks, which require immediate repair.' Tlie following are the names of the creeks . that need attention before woolcartinj; begins. Parawillia. Price's. Billdoora, Nob, Jiniu, Ederackna, i'he John, the deep creek four miles this side of Panllana wool shed, and several smaller ones between tho six-milej;ost and the M00100 Cixek. ' It is expected that alar^e quantity of wool will come from the northeast 'sheep stations 'to Hawker this swion provided the crossirigs are repaired. If the crossings are neglect ed a great portion of the wool will probably go to Bourke and* down the-' river. The sheep stations concerned are Erudinu, Frome, Wooltana, Parallana. and Moolawar tina, and landama and Mount Stun in Kew South Wales. Cop...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
SAVE WUR HAIR wim shampoos cr 'And light dressings of Ccticbea, purest of emol lient skin cures. This treatment at once stops fallinehair, removes crnsts, scales, and dRndrnff, soothes irritateJ, ftchlDg surfaces, supplies the roots with. energy and.nonrishinent, and mafcw hair grow when all else fails. Sold by ah Colrnitl ChtmUU. Fottik Dmo * Caxx. CoeR, 8ole Propt., Bouon, V. 8. A. S.O.WARD&CO. STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, Tel.76L , 12, PIRIB-3THEET. ? tlSlcr W. H. GREEN (Mcmbei1 Stock Exchange of Adelaide). STOCK AN'D SHARK BROKER, . 23d and 29e,' Royal Exchange. .Telephone 1138. s£95mwfa VISITORS TO THE SHOW Should not leave the City before inspecting THE MAGNIFICENT WSP1A¥ ... ' of ' ? ? Jewellery, Silverware, 'Watches, Clocks, Electroplate, Leather ware, Pine Porcelain, &c, Sec. ;- --/ Now on View in the Spacious Showrooms. F. BASSE, Jeweller and Optician to His Excellency the Governor, 92 and 94 BUNDLE STREET.
BAD BACK PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
BAD BACK PHILOSOPHY. You donlt go mto-the mills and factories to find all the- bad backs there are in Ade laide. ' ?' ' ' ' ? .-..?.''. There are bad backs in the offices, and counting-houses, and in 'the palatial homes —bad backs in every walk of life— wherever .there are kidneys to be overtaxed. Kid neys are delicate little organs, ? you know. Can't stand air the hard work that is put upon them. Bad backs are the result; and oh,: what a lot of misery. and pain they do cause people. But bad backs can be cured. No need to suffer with them — hundreds of sufferers -here in Adelaide have -been made well by Doaa's- Backache Kidney Pills. Hundreds of other's are being helped' to strong 'healthy mariho'od' and wo manhood, every day, ... ..- ?There is not a kidney ailment in all the catalogue that; Doan's Backache Kidney Pills ;\rill not cure. ? ' Here is what - one Adelaide man says about it: — ? -,-?.. Mr. A. Wilson is that man. He carries on business as an agent in Cannon-street, Port A...
AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
AMLJSEMENTfcl. THEAT1U ROYAI* Ihe second performance- of Wagner's 'Tannliiiuser' attracted a large and repre sentative audience to ihe Tkatre Koya, on Saturday evening, wtien the fine work went uitu spieudid ehect. At the conclusion of, ihdiiuignilicent overture, Herr SLpuKski Wits awordcil on ovut.on: and had to thncc bow lus acknowledgments. .Mr. Imxus -Arena quite excelled Himself by his power ful impersonation of Tannluuscr, and Alias Cecile J^orrame showed an advam* on Her juevious renuenng of tlie part cf Elizabeth. 'J he lcaiaining principals acquitted tutm scives well, and botli clionis and orchestra were all that could lie desired. '.Uaiitaiia' is to be pjnyeil lor the second time to-iiight, ami on l ucsd.iy evening the penultimate performance ot 'Taiinhauser'' witl be given.
MAIL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
MAIL-. NOTICES GREAT BRITAIN.— Mareh H— Via Suez, R.M.S. Occana, 11.15 a.m.; newspapers and registered let ter?. 10.15 a.m.; late letters, G.P.O. 12.15 p.m., Adelaide Railwav. Station 12.K) p.m.. Port Adelaide ltailway Station 12.45 p.m. British and foreign parcels post per the above steamer closes at G.P.O. 10.45 a.m. (Mail duo in London, April 1-1.) Sp March 115— Via San Francisro. o p.m.; late fee, :u:'i0~p.m. ; nio'ney orders to Suics. 12.;!0 p.m. Sp. March 16— Fmdrich der (!ross-'. 11.15 a.m. Sp. Maroh 23— Via Marseilles, Australian, 10.15 a.m. ILVVIIjA, . CHINA; and JAPAN.— March 14-3 p.m., Guthric, via Sydney. CAPK COLONY and NATAL. — March 11— At .' p.m., Runic, via Melbourne. —March 19— Xineveh, :l p.m. NEW AUSTRALIA (Paraguay).— .March 21-:; p.m., via New Zealand. NKW CALEDONIA.— This day— :'..:-U p.m., to Syd unv, thenre per first oppnrtunilv. SAMOA and ..ihcr SOITH SEA ISLANDS.— This day— JUU p.m., to Sydney, thome pir first npiiorliinity. Fi.IL— Thi.-i dar-i:5.:J0 p.m.,...
SYDNEY CRICKET. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
SYDNEY CRICKET. .SYDNEY.. .March 10. Senior cricket matches were continued yesterday 'in fine weather. North Sydney defeated Burwood by 190, after declaring their innings closed' with 351 for 6 wic kets. Paddington, with 4 wickets down for 371, won from Glebe by C wickets and 141 runs, For the winners Trumper scored 213 not out. Sydney defeated Central Cumber land by 92* runs, and Redfern beat ?Leieh- iiardt and Balinuin by 179 runs. Waverley and the AYestcrn District tried conclusions and the former won by 33 runs.
WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS ? Forecast of prolulile. weather ironi Saturday, at trrauon till .Monday night, issued at 1.10 p.m. ou Saturd;iy. . . ' South Australia.— Cool c:liange', with moderate to fresh west and south winds, cloudy weather and Hhowenv hut only light and partial. Moderate to fresh sea. .Generally fair, cool, and cloudy on .Monday. ., . Western Australia (supplied by Mr. W.- E. Cooko).— Finis' weather, and rather warmer from Sharks' Bay and the Murcln'son southwards. StUI tract lied, with rain, in the tropics. A cool- change passed Eucla -yesterday afternoon, tiic temperature -t^ierc falling from 107 cleg, irr ihc mcruing to 6ft (leg. at 6 p.m, iuid a few light showers fell daring the night. ' Tlie low area tliis morning is nearing Kangaroo Island, so that u root (hange veili shortly be experienced through rfut tfars ?Stau,.Xut does liol' pron^Ice tQ'lirinir very much rain aitlfit. In tropical 'Australia' we have generally cloudy, 'sultry, more or less unsettled w...