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A WONDERFUL CURE Vitadatio Again! Suffered From Cancerous Growth for Fourteen Years.— Three Leading Sydney Doctors Failed to Cure Her. Woollahra, Sept. 11, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

A WONDERFUL CUKE Vitadatio Again! Suffered From Oanceroui urowth for Fourteen Years.— Three Leading: Sydney uoctora Failed to Oure Her. Woollahra, Sept. 11, 1900. Mr. S. A. PALMER. Dear Sir— I feel it my duty in thc inte rests 'of humanity to let you know what VITADATIO has done, and is doing for me. I have been a martyr to suffering for wic iuol iumix-eii yeara ''Ha » i/ancerous Growth and Ulcerated Stomach, and Bleed ing Piles, and Swellings in the Legs and Feet. Nine -ears ago I was examined by a leading Sydney doctor. He toid my mo ther that 1 was sufienng from a Growth' in the Abdomen, and would never be any different. He operated Upon me,' and' in three months. I /was as, bad as ever. He again dperated/witK'-f he same result; Then 1 entered the Prince Alfred Hospital, and .was there for sis weeks, and the doctors 'all told me that .they could do nothing for me whatever,. arid that -I ..was ^suffering from Gastric Ulcer in, the Stomach. 1 left th,ere incurable, and. in a .very ...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

LAWN TENNIS. A tennis match, Hammond v. Melrose, was play* cd on the grounds of the latter oh February 27, and resulted aB follows:— Melrose— Grant and Wil lineton won from 'Turner and Nettie. 6—3. 0^-5: JUcUord and Smith won from -U. Fry and .Martin, 0— 3, 4—0,' 0-4; Jacka and Oobertson lost to h: Fry and Sharpe, 5—6, 2—6; Robertson won from L. Fry, 0— I, 'ItA, 0-1 »»F. W. Jaoka- lost to Sharpe, 3— -i, 0—6; H. Grant (unfinished) Turner, 6-5. 3-6, 1-1 ;-W. 11. WUlinffton Jost to Ncltle, 5-fl, 6—1, 3—6; IV F, McCord won from H. Fry, 6—2, 3-6, 6-5; O. Smith, lost to A. Q. Martin, 3-6, 3—6.: Totals— Melrose, 4 rubbers,. 10 sets, 0C games; Hammond, 4 rubbers, 12 sets, 106 games.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

KXX-NJSTir TROUBLE ? MAKES YOU MISERABLE). ^ ,,,* DOCTORS INTERESTED IN THE EXTRAORDINARY RESETS; OBTAINED -: ?'',': i-ii:U^- ?'- ??-??- ? ?-.? - \':-.,- ????-???.??? BY *.' /: . .? '? 1.VV.'?' ''-- ''-'?''.^?' / OBAICS BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS , .ANOTHER ADELAIDE GASE REPORTED HERE] BELOW. .' v.u. I 'X -?'?.' vi{; i^'T/ie Pain is right iliere, Doctor.' ? . ? ' \ r '; ;? :It; ti^&tpvb&iConsMeml^at only urinary arid bladder troubles WCTeip.Be^raceii'J tp'^tlie^ladneySj 'but now - modem science 'proves tha^'iiearly ' ally diseases iiaye their beginning in the ,;? disorder of . ,thege important )vorgans. -.- ?? ?v.:c:,\. :'?'?; ' .^/i.TJi^fadne^^filter^and. purify j|ie ,; biooH-— that ;is their /work. ? ~S V ..S6j' whe|i|ypur^Wdneys are weak' or out of order, you can vunderstand^lio^ri: quickly ] , your entire, body is affected, and how every- ^rgan^ seems ;;to fail; to do its,.duty. .,_\ v ' ^ If you-are'^siclq or 'feel badly,'-begin - :' talcing Dda'n's.; Batikache Kidne...

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FIGHT AT ZEERUST. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

FIGHT AT ZEERUST. London, February 28. A body of New Zealanders came m collision with the enemy near Zeerust, 150 miles west of Pretoria, and effec tively shelled their position, forcing them southwards. The colonial troops compelled the Boers . to remove their laager, . and, succeeded in capturing some of their cattle. The garrison at Zeerust has con structed a fort, along with trenches, bombproof shelters, and barbed wire entanglements.

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SUCCESSFUL BRITISH SCOUTING. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

SUCCESSFUL BRITISH SCOUT ING. London, February 28. In connection with the splendid cap tures made by Gen. French's column in the south-eastern Transvaal, it transpires that the British scouts dis covered some of the cannon and a quantity of .ammunition which had been buried by the Boers. '

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LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

LONDON QUOTATIONS. Messrs. Clarke & Co., Universal Buildings, Grcn fell street, have handed us thefollowing:— . '? * ' -London, February 28. -.: Assoeiateds — 51/3. . Associated Northern Blocks— 49/4i. Cosmopolitans— 24/. G.B. Perseverance— £7, seller. Great Fingalls— £5 10/, buyer. Hannan's Brownhill-84/. Lake View Consols— £7 12/6. South Kalgiirlie— 50/, 'ex rights. Sulphide Corporation— 15/. ' 'Chillacoes— 30/. . East Rarids^fS. ' ' , ' . Books close London March 9 South Kulgurh rights. ? . -???..?? ?

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AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS: MELBOURNE, March 1. colonial name oramary— io/. ??-.,, :. National ordinary— 70/. ,. - .- National preference-^- £11/6. ??.;.? . English -and Scottish Bank Terminable Debontures -20/. ???;'... ? ? ??? B.H. AVatcr Supply-26/6. ' ? Mnlbourne, Trams— 24/2. - ? B.H. South Blocks— 3/7. North Broken— 16/9, 17/. : . Mount. Lyell— £5, £4 :.19/. Mount Lyell Blo^ks^-5/S. Chillagoe' Blocks-2/3, 2/2. : ?-.'' Chillagoc Rail-vay and Mining— 29/6, 29/9, 29/71. Mount Garnet Freehold-36/, 37/. Glenflne ConRols-31/6, 39/, 35/, 36/, 35/6. . ; Glcnfine -South— £9 1/, £9.5/. . Long Tunnel— £16 5/, '£16' 10/. . . ;:; Long Tunnel -North— 3/. . New Loch' Fj-ne— 30/. . . ., SYDNEY, March. I , ' Commercial -Bank of Sydney— £31. ... :,;., Australian Gaslight— £17 12/6. , ...I- Broken Hill South (paid)— 27/6. Associated Northern Block— 50/. - ? ; .- GiriIarnbone-;2/10. South'Kalgurli (L.R., ex rights)— 51/6. it. Sulphide Corporation— 15/3. , - . Mount Morgan— 97/. ?'??'-?? Chillagoe— 29/...

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THE IMPERIAL DRAUGHT CONTINGENT. SYDNEY, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE IMPERIAL DRAUGHT CONTIN GENT. SYDNEY, March 1. A cable message was received to-day lrora the Imperial war authorities stating that the rate of pay to the Imperial aratt con tingent began from the date the men were taken officially into camp.

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RETURNING SOLDIERS ARRIVE AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

RETURNING SOLDIERS ARRIVE AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, March 1. Ihe troopship Ranee arrived to-day from South Africa with 140 Australian sol diers, the number including sections for Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, oouwi .vubinuiu, anu -\ljw /-e-iiunu. - xuere were also-bn board Nursing Sisters Plover and Nicolas, both of Western Australia, who went to South Africa in March, 1900, and since passed through considerable hardship. There was one death on the voy age, Cp». Dodd, of New South Wales, hav ing succumbed to pneumonia on February 23. He was convalescing for some time after leaving Cape Town, and appeared to be making satisfactory recovery from enteric fever, which preceded the other attack, un til about a Week ago, when he took cold and died soon after. - As a brother of ^deceased and two' little girls were at the pier when the lianee arrived they were very much dis tressed when the sad news was conveyed to them by the medical onicer iu charge, Capt. De Renzi. The following ...

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THE AUSTRALASIANS. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE AUSTRALASIANS. London, March 1. Col. A. W. Robin and Lieuts. H. C. Banks, O. L. Somerville, N. Fitzher bertrand F. G. Tucker, of the New Zealand contingents, have been dis charged from hospital, and have re sumed duty at the front Pte. D. M. Corson, of the New Zea land roughriders, has died from enteric [fiver at Krugersdorp. The steamer Tongariro has been chartered by the WTar Office to convey to Australasia invalided colonial troops.

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PAYING FOR REMOUNTS. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

PAYING FOR REMOUNTS. London, February 28. The supplementary army estimates include provision for an expenditure of £2,000,000 for remounts in South Africa.

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ADELAIDE LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT. February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

ADELAIDE LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT. February 28. ? ;. :. Mr. George Laughton reports:— Dairy and. Other Cattle.— A fair supply of milkers.. Prices high throughout the sales, only a few. being withdrawn. The full. yarding of dry and fat cows met. a ready sale at good values, nearly all being sold. I sold best milkers 'from £S 5/ to £10 10/;- good, £0 15/ to £S; medium, to £fi; snrinRprs, to :£0 10/; dry cows, from 25/ for inferior to £4; fat cows, £4 10/ to £7; small bulls, to £3 1/. Fat; Cattle.— 501 yarded. Prico; slightly easier. Prime oxen, £10 to £11; extra prime, to £15; good, to £8 10/; medium, to £7 10/; prime cows, to £8;: good, to' £6 10/;' medium, to £5' 10/.- Calvcs.' ?M in. I sold 43. Owing to the ehort supply of both lamhs and calves good prices ruled for all classes of vealers. I sold good, vcalcrs to 35/; medium, 12/6 to 27/; and very inferior from 3/0. Sheep.1 — S,?SS penned. Prices about the same as last week. 1.3S2 unsold. Prinic merino wethers, to 17/; good to 15/;...

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SHARE MARKET AND MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

JSHARE MARKET AND : MINING. Oni 'Change on Friday little- desire to trade 'was' shown, and the exchanges that took place were mostly on a lower bisis than on Thursday. In -Western Australian gold, Associateds, iNortnerns, Main Keefs, arid Perseverance were about 1/ lower; I'rlncess Eoyals were somewhat firmer, and the, lower, priced stocks had a very quiet market, at mbotit last rates. -. Silver stocks were Eot in as great demand as on Thurs day, and prices were easier, -without any change calling for comment. Copper was quiet, Chillagoes being some, 6d. lower, and Paiill's^ after being taken at£8 15/ in the morning, were offered at £7 on the cos of the market, without finding buyers at that price. North Queensland Tin shares were slightly lower, sales taking pi see at £100, and closing with, sellers' at that figure. Samples of ore from the 40 arid 45 ft levels in the Coolgdrra iVderal Tin' Cor poratiori's property have been ree=ived, and will be exhibited at the shareholders' meet ...

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COUNTRY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

COUNTRY SALES. - Messrs. .1, IV. Castine & Son report having held their usual monthly sale at Auburn on February 20. Crosslin.fi .wethers brought 16/6; ewes in lamb. 8,'; some nice fat steers, handy weights, to £7 lit/. They also report having' held a clearing out sale, for Mr. Thomas Neil],, of near Manoora. on- February 27. The attendance was very good, and the whole of the live 'and dead stock was cleared at good prices. A 'fn'e of fat -merino ewes, with C5 -per cent, of fat lambs, brought 14/ all counted; English wagon, £27;- reaper, £20; chaffcutter and works, £22 10/; and horses, to £19 10/. ?;,--.

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THIS SIXTH CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. Although the defence forces have been passed over to the Commonwealth Govern ment, the arrangements for the sixth con tingent will be made by the State authori ties. The men will be selected as speedily as possible. The Chief Secretary (Hon. J. G. Jenkins) has asked the shipping com panies to state him a price for a transport for the troopers and horses. The number dispatched will probably be from 100 to 125, including. officers.'' The horse selection com mittee purchased two horses on Friday, and the total now under Cpl. Bl-anc's care at the Jubilee Exhibition is 35.

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THE SPENCER GILLEN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE SPENCER-GILLEN EXPEDI : TION. Mounted-constable Chance, of Moonta, who has been granted twelve months' leave of absence to accompany Professor Baldwin Spencer' iind Mr. F. J. Gillen en thsir tra vels in the (interior, left Adelaide on Friday morning by train to Oodnadatta. He took with him the trap' presented to the party by the Government. Messrs. Spencer and Gillen will leave Adelaide on March 15, and start 'their trip from the head of the rail way line.

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THE COUNTRY TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE COUNTRY TROOPS. The camp of the reserve mounted. men at the Old Exhibition Ground wis struck on Friday morning.' Tlie men -were allow ed' leave until 10.30 on Thursday evening, anSd'-all vyere back in camp punctually? The south-easterners' and Orroroo men were called at half-past 2 on Friday morning, and in 'an hour were ready for their home ward ' journey. The remainder of the troops had an extra couple of hours' rest, but at G o'clock thereveille was again sound ed, and those still in camp made prepara tions for their departure. By 8 o'clock the camp was cleared, and two hoars later \he majority of the northern men returned homewards in t3ve special train which had been provided for them. Before the camp was struck Lieut.-Col. Dean thanked the men for their attendance, and for the excellent work which theviiad done.

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THE MILITARY COMMANDANT RETURNS THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE MILITARY COMMANDANT \ RETURNS THANKS. On Friday Brig.-Gen. Gordon issued the following special general order '.to the mili tary forces cf the State:— 'The Cpmnwn dant of the Military Forces desires to ex press his satisfaction at the manner in which his instructions for the assembling of the country corps, the conduct of tho tamps, the arrangements ior lining tha streets, and the details for the review at Victoria Park were carried out by the offi cers responsible. He is particularly satis fied with the good conduct of the troops, and also with the willing manner in which they performed, their arduous duties in spite of the trying heat. Special mention must be made of the work done by No. I Squadron Mounted Rifles, under Capt. Hay, assisted by the Orroroo half-equadron ; and also of A Battery Field Artillery. Upon these corps devolved the mounting of the Imiwrial troojra, involving mueh prelimi nary work, voluntarily undertaken, and the result was highly satisfactory. The pro se...

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THE PHILIPPINES. CONTINUED AMERICAN CONTROL. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE PHILIPPINES. CONTINUED AMERICAN CON TROL. London. February 28. In the United States Senate yester day, during the debate on the army estimates, an amendment was adopted by 45 to 27 votes, giving President Mc Kinley control of the Philippines. This decision was arrived at iu spite of vigorous opposition on the part of the democratic party.

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GOVERNING CUBA. UNITED STATES PROTECTORATE London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

GOVERNING CUBA. UNITED STATES PROTECTORATE* London, February 28. Since tho Spanish-American war Cuba, has been controlled by a military Governor representing the President of the United States. President McKiu ley, in his message to Congress on De cember 3 last year, stated that on July 25 of that year he had directed that a call should be issued for the election in Cuba for members of a Constitu tional Convention to frame a constitu tion as a basis for a stable and inde pendent government of the island, and also to formulate what in their opiniou ought to be the relations between Cuba. and the United States. The election took place in September, and the con vention met on November 5, and has been sitting ever since. Last week the Foreign Relations Committee of the Washington Senate agreed to an amendment in the Army Bill now before the Chamber authu rizing President McKinley to hand Cuba back to the Cubans us soon as a Government is established there under a constitution satisfacto...

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