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WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

WEATIIER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. Forecast of probable weather from Monday after noon till Tuesday night. Issued at 1.30 p.m. on Monday. South Australia.— Fine weather, pleasant temDe rature, scattered eiouda chiefly along south coast line. South-east and cast winds, tending norther ly. Sea smooth. Western Australia (supplied by Mr. W. E. Gwke).— Fine warm weather throughout, but still unsettled in the tropics. The moderate deprcsion off our coast on Saturday Tossd us during the night, with a general cool rhange over the State; but, as expected, only light and partial rain. This depression has since moved away towards southern New Zealand, and the wea ther chart this morning shows a high-pressure area covering all the southern parts of Australia, with its centre near Kangaroo Island. As the deprcti »ion passed only light rains fell in Tasmania and Victoria, but heavier in parts of eastern Victoria. Light to heavy rains have fallen since Saturday over the Upper Darling Valley and north...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SAFE BURGLARS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

SAFE BURGLARS AGAIN. About 3 a.m. on Sunday morning the office of Messrs. J. H. Horwood & Co., en gineers, of Currie street, was visited by burglars, who prized open the office door, dragged out the eafe, and then broke into the smith's shop and obtained the neces sary chisels and sledge hammers with which to break open the safe. With such handy tools about they soon managed this part Df the work, but were doubtless disgusted to find that no cash or cheques had been left in the safe?* and apparently having no taste for anything else about an engineering es tablishment cleared out. The burglars took the sledge-hammer with them to the Demo cratic Club, where they gained an entrance and treated themselves to liquor and cigars.

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MAIL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

nuir, -Nnricsxi GREAT P.RIT.U.V.- March 14-Via Suez, R.M.S. Oceana, 11.15 a.m.; newspapers and registered letters, 10.15 a.m.; late letters— G.P.O. 12.15 P.m.. Adelaide Railway Station 12.30 D.m.. Port Adelaide Railway Station 12.46 p.m. British and foreign parcels post per the above steamer closes at G.P.O. 30.45 a.m. (Mail due in London April II.) Sp. March 16— Via San Francisco, 3 p.m.; la(e fee, 3.30 p.m.; money orders to States, 12.30 p.m. Sp. March 16— Friedrich der Grossc, 11.15 a.m. Sp. March 23 — Via Marseilles, Australien, 10.15 a.m. MANILA, CHINA, and JAPAN.— March 14—3 p.m., Guthrie, via Sydney CAPE COLONY and NATAL.— March 14— At 3 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 18 —3.30 p.m., to Sydney, thence per first oppor tunity. SAMOA and other SOUTH SEA ISLAND'. —March 18—3.30 p.m., to Sydney, thenccyper first opportunity. FIJI.— March lS^-3.30 p.m., to Sydney, thence per fi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DONATIONS TO THE BOTANIC GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

DONATIONS TO THE BOTANIC (xARDENS. At, the last meeting of the Governors of the Botanic Gardens 'the Director re ported that the family of the late Miss Jessie L. Hussey. of Port Elliot, had presented to the .Botanic Gardens the collection of seaweeds partly col.ected by her at Port Elliot and partly received by her as exchanges from different {arts of the world. It consists of nearly 4C0 s eeies, all correctly named, and has consideiahle value. The board resolved that a special vote of thanla be conveyed to the donors, and that the collection be preserved in the herbarium of the Botanic Museum, in portfolios marked with the name of Miss Hussey. As soon as the specimens are classified and mounted the collection will be available to students of thia branch of batany. The director fur ther reported that a g«lvanlzed-iron boat had been presented by Mr. A. M. Simpson. A vote of thanks waa tendered to Mr. Simpson, and the board expressed its gratfication that Mr. Simpson had been appoint...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL.March 5 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

METEOROLOGICAL.— March 5-U. Statement of the atmospheric pressure, tem perature, rainfall, and state of the weather registered at the Adelaide Observatory during the pak seven days at the hours mentioned: — I Han Temperature. Ram ~ Date. 3 Therm 3 p.m. 1 8 Weather. |p.n.| M'xim. Mia !a.m. taun. IShd. I Tbcs. 5 30.13 150.0| 78.6 6&8 — SSE,li,fl,v p Wed. 6 3O.('2;133.5i 78.0 52.9 — W, m. fi. d rhur. 7,29.95 140.0: 87.0- 53.2 — SW.mod.fl.cl. Fri. 8 29 71149.71 93 7\ 6L8 - W.li.fl.el.ht Bat. 029.56 14S.0J 97.7 72.7 — S.W., li., fine, firm. 1020.89 13S.01 70.8 001 0.07 S.S.W.,L,fi.,v j Mon. 1129.991435 74.6| 52.9 — S.W.,m.,fl.,T.p Memo.— The barometer 13 reduced and corrected to 32 deg. Fahr., but it is not reduced to sea level. The temperature and rainfall are for the 24 houra preceding the time of registration. The 'Weather Column' relates to the condition of the weather zt the time of observation only.

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORPORATION LABOURERS AND OVERTIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

CORPORATION LABOURERS AND V OVERTIME. ; While the report of. the finance com mittee was under consideration in the city council meeting on Monday Councillor Sellar called attention tfo the fact that the corporation paysheets revealed a most un desirable state of affairs in the city sur veyor's department. He waa not prepared to say from memory whether there was a standing resolution of the council that men employed by the corporation should not be required to work overtime, but there 'had been a tacit understanding that the regulation houra of labour should be ad hered to. The last paysheets showed that this rule had been departed from in se veral instances, some labourers having been paid for' as many as 113 hours during the fortnight instead of only 96 hours. He did not know what . explanation the city sur veyor might have to offer as an excuse for allowing this departure from the rules, - ?but he did protest most strenuously against the payment of overtime to corporation ?workmen...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

BAROMETRICAL READINGS. The following table has been constructed from ofcervadorts .recorded in thU office for every six hours durirrfr the last three days and for this morning. Height above sea level, 147 ft: — 8 a.m. 0 a.m. 3 p.m. 9 p.m. Saturday _ .. .. 20.69 20.70 29.68 29.C3 Snnday „ „ „ „ E9.74 29.82 29.90 2X95 Monday ? 29.95 30.00 SQ.O5 29.-93 Sate,-; Barometer 29.02, falUnft at 4 o'cloek.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SITE FOR THE PROPOSED CREMATORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

THE SITE FOR THE PROPOSED CREMATORIUM. The city fathers spent a considerable amount of time on Monday afternoon dis cussing' the proposed site of the crema torium which will be erected on the West Park Lands shortly. The finance com mittee reported that, in' company with the Chief Secretary, the town clerk and seve ral members of the council had visited the site in the vicinity of the' West terrace cemetery granted to the Crematorium So ciety by the Government. As it would be unadvisable to permit the erection there of a crematorium on account of its close prox imity to the residences on West terrace the committee recommended that the Govern ment be approached and informed that the council was willing to grant the Crema torium Society one acre of the park lands abutting on the Hilton road in considera tion of the acre which had already been granted to the society being dedicated to the corporation for all time. When the report of the committee came up for dis cussion Alderman Johnso...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

FUNERAL NOTICES THE Friends of the lato Mrs. SARAU ALLEN arc respectfully informed that her RhMAIiSS will be Removed from her late Residence, Jervois street, New Thcbarton, THIS DAY, at 3 p.m., for Interment in the West terrace Cemetery. E. I1ENN1GS, Undertaker, 119, Hindloy street^ TILE l'riferids'of Mr. .1. A. Rawiinc are respect fully informed that the REMAINS of Ills late STEPFATHER (Mr. Alfred Hitchings) will be Ue jiKivwl from hL« Resilience, C'hariston parade. New Tlieliartoiu TIUS 1UY, at 5 p.m., for Interment in the \V(*t terrnn- (Ymetery. K. HK.VMGS, rml.rlaker, 119, Hindley street. mm Kriroch of tlis late Mr. JOSEPH ORCHARD J- are respectfully informed that Ilis REHAECS will be Ri-nnwd irnm his late Residence, Orange Cnue. Jlitcliam. TO-MORROW (Wednesday), a' ]l a.m., for Interment in the West terrace Ceme tery. VKXGELLEY k KXATIE. Telephone ??no. Lndcrtakers and Embalmcrs. 71'2 all IE Frirni!.-; nf Mr. and Mrs. .lolin Inkster are - r.--Tf,i fully informed that tlie REMAI...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Special Removal Notice o Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED THE FIRE BUSINESS OF THE SODTH AUSTRALIAN INSURANCE CO., LD. o ?? ??? Clients are notified that on and after Wednesday next, 13th March, the Business of the Society will be carried on in the fl£1T OFFICES, situate NATIONAL HI TliAL KUILDIfcGS, .NEXT BANK OF ADELAIDE, 89, KIKU WILLIAM STREET, ADELAIDE. *70'4z B. A. PAXTON, Local Manager. SA. GOVERNMENT 3 PER CENT. STOCK ? (Free of Income Tax.) PRICE AT THE TREASURY TO-DAY, with interest from 1st December, 1900, ? £100 ''** F0It £95. me ' INTENDING 'APPLICANTS FOB QUEENSLAND tfOYiSBNMBHT U PER GENT. INSCRIBED STOCK can obtain forms and make their application theodore'bruce & co. SHAREBROK=R8, 23, OLD EXCHANGE, PIRIE STREET. 'LAYS AMD LYRICS,' A VOLUME OP POEMS BT THE LATH MORGAN HAVVKES. Price, 2/B. Ifay be had from all the principal Booksellen 1b the City. . *8Me MB. FRED ESKELL,™™ Late ESKELL k TATTERSALL, 32, Kin...

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THE NEW MOUNT GRAINGER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

tup. vp.w urniTKT' r.RAIKfiER MINE. The Minister of Mines lias received the following report from Mr. W. U. Matthews, the Inspector of Mines:— 'Since my last visit to this pror/erty a mnsidornblc amount of work has been done in driving xcuts and levels in various parts oi uie mine, proving the lode formation to be over 28 ft. wide, of the same character material as that_ pre viously described, ferruginous matter containing veins and/bunches of silicious ironstone, all being gold ? bearing to a more or lesscxtent, some por tions being very good indeed. The main shaft has reached a depth of 220 it, and scuts driven at the bottom and 120 levels, which would be, very much deeper from the top of the hill or sifle of the previous workings. At the 120 the xcut has passed through the formation, which at this point is about 28 ft. in width. A drive lias also been driven north, and by the means of a rise is con nected with the upper workings from the old sliaf t, where the lode is of similar ...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BULLION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

BULLION BETUBNS. Sulphide Corporation.— Week, March 2:— Central Mine Broken' Hill— Ore milled 481 tons, concen trates produced 941 tons, concentrates produced fanivnai nl.inti .'4 inns. Average assav of concen trates— Silver 27.27 oz., lead 60.82 per cent, zinc 11.19 per cent Cockle Creek Works— Bullion pro duced 350 tons, containing gold gold 124 oz., silver 19,431 oz. Queen Margaret— Four weeks, March 7:— Crushed 519 tons of stone for 500 oz. gold. Great Boulder Proprietary.— Belurn for Febru ary:— Battery, 2,178 tons for 1,497 oz.; sulphide, 4,151 tons for 1,618 oz,; sulphide, by cyanide, 6,177 oz.; tailings, 3,917 tons for 2,802 oz.; con centrates, 160 tons for 684 oz.; estimated value, £40,985. On account of mutilation of several words in telegram the tonnage may have to be altered. ,

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS KALGOORLIE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

ATlCPRAT.TAxr rni?T.'cvnjiAiVfa KALGOORLIE. M.irnh 11. .me main siiatc 01 tnc north uomaer Mine is down close to 650 ft., at which' depth it is in tended to again test the property by crosscutting. Work at the higher levels wa# mainly confined to ptucfCVUiig JJVlllltViUUft ill LUC 3UU 1K\ Cl lUk IIIU continuation of the Associated northern lode. At Hannan's Star Mine No. 2 lode has been cut by the crosscut at the ii/5 level. Work has been resumed on Morrison's lode, which was recently intersected at the 300 level of the new shaft. It is intended to at once deepen tbe pit to 500 ft., for the purpose of further opening up Morrison's lode, which the drill core showed was highly payable at that depth. The Iron Duke lease continues to develop satis factorily, especially at a depth. The deep winze going down from No. 2 level of No. 3 shaft close to the Cygnet boundary has ueen sunk over 200 ft. on the underlay, and is still furnishing valu able telluride ore. Good grade rock is being rais...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

?LONDON QUOTATIONS. . Messrs. Clarke & Co., Universal Buildings, Gren- Fell street, h»ae handed na iue following: — .?????'':??-???'?' London, March 9. AESw*rtoi*-60/, buyer. AGro4tted For.W Blocto-60/. Cosmopolitans— 24/3. Great' Boulder Perseverance— £7' 6/3, buyej. Great Kingalls— £5 17/0, buyer. Hannan's Brownliill— 83/!-. Ivanhoe— £8 7/6, buyer. lake View Consols — £8 3/9, buyer. South Kalgurli— 50/, buyer.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HUMOROUS BURGLARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

HUMOROUS BURGLARS. All Souls' Church at East Adelaide was entered by burglars on Wednesday evening. One of the front doors was forced, and the church was ransacked from end to end. As no money or valuables are ever left on the premises the visitors were disap pointed. To show that they had taken no thing, four noughts, used to register the hymns at the services, were placed in the rack side by side— thus, 0000. Between Wednesday and Friday evening the Wes leyan Church in Fourth avenue was broken into. Here the burglars were more suc cessful than those who paid their attention to the other building in this suburb, as between £2 and £3 was stolen. An entry was obtained through forcing the back door with a jemmy, and then the secretary's room was similarly dealt with. The col lection boxes were forced open, and the contents extracted, with the exception of a halfpenny, which was left. Amongst the stolen money was 15s. collected the pre vious Sunday for the Adelaide Children's Hospital....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE TRAMWAYS QUESTION., [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

THE TRAMWAYS QUESTION., There was only one member of the City Council absent when the newly re-elected mayor took his seat in the council chamber nn Monday afternoon. The business on the agenda paper Avas soon disposed of, after which the city fathers devoted more than an hour to the consideration of the tram ways question. Cr. Duncan moved— 'That a special meeting be summoned to define the council's, position in relation to the scheme promoted by Mr. Snow.' In doing so he pointed out that at the last meeting of the committee appointed by the city and suburban corporations to formulate a scheme for the introduction of electric trac tion one of the members of the city coun cil stated that that body was bound to sup port Mr. Snow's Bill, and that a deadlock had occurred upon the subject. Finally it was decided that the committee should be called together again, and if it failed: to agree to concerted action being taken in the .matter the city council should at its next meeting take th...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"THE HOSPITAL TROUBLE." [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

'THE HOSPITAL TROUBLE.' Under this heading oa Monday we stat ed, among other things, that 'Dr. Leith Napier's leave of absence had expired, but instead of resumintr his duties at the hos pital he has taken Dr. Roseby's place at tne lunatic asylums as Dr. Cleland's assistant.' This sentence inadvertently conveyed a wrong impression. The duty at the asylum is only incidental to others which Dr. Na pier is performiing. In relinquishing a por tion of his hospital work he was anxiovs to facilitate in every way the operations of the reorganized hospital staff, and is per fectly agreeable to act in any capacity in order to promote the welfare of the insti tution.

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NEWS OF THE DAy. THE MAYORS ALLOWANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

NEWS OF THE DA7. THE MAYOR'S ALLOWANCE. The first . business transacted by the city council on Monday afternoon was to fix the amount of the mayoral allowance for the current, vear. Alderman Downs moved that the amount voted for the re mainder of the term be at the rate of £1,000 per 'annum. Councillor Wyles mov ed, as an amendment, that an amount equal to £1,200 per annum be voted for the re mainder of the present year. The expense which Mr. Ware would have to incur this year would be much greater than usual, and he thought it was only fair that his allowance should be proportionately in creased. The amendment 'was not second ed, and Alderman Downs's motion was car ried on the voices. r '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. The appointment of the officer to com mand the sixth contingent may be expect ed* within the next day or two. Several military men have signified their intention of applying, and the authorities will have eome difficulty in deciding. The list of ap plicants for the positions of subalterns is also a long one. The Adelaide section of the contingent is being rapidly instructed in military duties under the direction of Sgt.-Mjr. Harrington, and most of the men show an aptitude for their work. On Mon day afternoon, divided into three squads, they, were for two hours engaged in march ing. It is expected that by the end of the week all the officers and most of the coun try men will be in camp.

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REPRESENTATION OF ADELAIDE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

REPKESENTATION OF ADELAIDE IN . MELBOURNE. At the meeting of the city corporation, on Monday afternoon a report was. received from the finance committee stating that the Mavor of Melbourne had written intimating that the. corporation was preparm' for the celebrations in connection with the opening of the first Parliament of the Common wealth, and asked if the city council desired to be represented in- some special manner in regard to the decorations along the line of the procession or in some other similar form in the city. The committee directed the town clerk to reply stating that the council regretted that it could not be repre sented, as it possessed no statutory powers to spend money outside of the city. The re port was approved.

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