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STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Tuesday, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
STOCK EXCHANGE OP ADELAIDE. TnMdir. March IS. ? The following saMf aer officially reported:— - At 10 a.m.-8Udlng RockT»/3; Great Boul der Peiseveraace (a). £7 5/; Brownhfll Central, 2/11; Great Boulder, 24/3. At 12 noon.-SHdinf Rock, 5/2; Broken U1U, 47/; Sooth (con.), 20/; Junction Norths. 2/; Great Bowlder Perseverance (C). «7 4/; South Kal gnrii (C.) 51/3; AswcUted (C), 50/6; Baker's Jreek, 7/11, 8/; Croesus Proprietary, 1/91; Cum berland (con.), 7d.; Great Boulder, 24/3. 3 p.m.-ChlIiagoe, 28/: South (con.), 20/; North Queensland Tin. £106; Chaffer's, 6/8; Great Boul er Penwrance (C). £7 3,6. £7 3/; Associated Korthem. 49/6: Baker's Creek. 871: BrownhUi Central, 2/10; Bayley's United, -/; Grett Boulder, S4/3; Ironsides North, 1/.
MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BURRA, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
MINING IN SOUTH aDSTRALIA. BUKHA. March 12. a very interesting gathering took place at the Buna Sag Extraction Works on Monday after noon, when the Premier (Hon. F. wTHotder), Sir John Downer, the Hoot L. O'Lougblin (Com misstoner ot Crown Land*), and J. V. O'Lognlu, M.L.C., with about 40 local restdente, paid a visit ot inspection. The visitors were met by Mr. J. P. Martin, chairman of directors of the company, and escorted over the works, which were explain ed by the local manager, Mr. M. May. Llgnt re freshments were then partaken of, after which short speeches were made by each of the visitors. The enterprise of the company was referred to in eulogirtic terms, and all the speakers expressed the wish that in the near future the Bum Mine, which hat been idle for many years, may be re stored to activity. About a third of the heap ot ?lag has been treated, and it is estimated that it trill take the company1 about four or flre years more to complete the work. WACKABIXCA. March ll.-Th...
TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
TELEflRAUft V9GU llANlRRML Browahfll CentraL-March 12:-Tblnk tfaroogh lode, E. xcut, to ft thick; looking well iJo bing sampled since first 1 ft Waiting comple tion our asmv Ulant: exneet bulk thranch about end ot week. Nothing has yet been done, to W. lode. , ' Kaaowna Champion.— March 12:— All works pro gressing satisfactorily. Values still iraproring bottom leveL Water about same. Hanmn's Central Extended—March 12:-Rice (tributor) crutbed 110 tons; obtained OB ot
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
CYCLING. Mttcham Rood Race.--Tbe MHcbam Ctttb hdd Its ten-mile road race on Saturday last TJiera was i fair number of spectators along the route, and between M0 and 400 smimtiled to set the finish. About SO rider* faced the starter, and after a fast race, H. C. Daymood. tht secretary of the dub, with a haodiesp ot S min. IS tec., won, rather easily, with O. Betdey ft mm. 10 sec), second. A. Dohnt (40 tec), third, aad & Hutton (91 ttc), dost «p. Hutton secured the prise for fattest tune, vt, M min. a tec. It it inte racting to note tbt number ot speedy rider* this dub produces, when It is remembered thtt last yttr tht limit for the lame distance was 0} into., this year It wai cut down to S| mla.. and a man oa tht mark next to limit woo, whilt tat limit mtn not Into stcood place,
CALLS AND DIVIDENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
CALLS AND DIVIDENDS. rurxg Dot February 1, IKtt. tdeUlde, Oaky, aad Mitcbtm Tramway Dm February «, ISO. tarcoola South Proprietary bold Mine* Od) ? 10 1 DoeftbrBtry n, UOL Boulder Contola No. 1 ait. Co. (10th) .. 0 0 S Ifcrant Gunton ProprittanrM. Co. Otd) .. 00 1 loath Ukt Tin aad OM. Co. (1st) .... 0 1 0 Vana Warra Proprietary Copptr Hiatt (Utb) ? .TT.. .. .. .. ? 0 0 1 Boanit Charlie O.M. Co. (Mth) ? 001 teeter's Eureka 6JL Co. O7th) ? 0 0 ll (few Mount Granger Odd Mines (M.) 0 0 0 Horth Central Broken HOI S.M. Co. (lUt) 0 0 1 Warrior Memoes CM. Co. (H*t) ? 0 0 S White Feather Main Reef South OIL Co. (9th) ? 0 0 1 Brown Hill Junction OJC Oo. (14th) ..001 Craens Proprietary (ML Co. (IXth) ....001 New Guinea Mining aad Prospecting Syn dicate (4IM ? 0 10 Leigh's Creek Coal Mining Co. (nth) .. 0 0 S Woodlark Ivaabot OM. Co. (4th) .... 0 0 - WDgtaa Associated O.M. Co. (4th) .... 1 0 0 The CurdnatU Prospecting CM. Co. (4th) 0*0 North-West Pronecting AtMdation (Sthi 10 0 Boulder North E...
SIR HENRY COLVILE'S DISMISSAL. London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
SIB HENRY COLVILFS DISMISSAL. London, March 12. In reply to questions in the House of Commons yesterday, Mr. Brodrick, Sec retary for War, explained that Karl Roberts, whHe £ommandcr-in-CIiief in South Africa, gravely censured Major General Sir Henry Edward Colvilc for not attempting to save seven captured British guns after the disaster at Sau na's Post (Koorn Spruiti, on March Ul last, as also for neglecting to go to Ac relief of Colonel Spragge and 400 Imperial Yeomanry, who were for many days besieged, and at hist made prisoners by the enemy at Lindley in Kay. In describing the affair at Sauna's Post Dr. Conan Doyle says:— 'Col- rOe's division was behind Bushman's Kop, only a few miles off, and there were hopes that it might push on, and prevent toe guns and wagons from be [BY SUBMARINE TELEGBAPH.] [Received March 12, 8 p-'m.] Ing removed. Colvlle did make an ad vance, but slowly, and in a flanking di rection, instead of dashing swiftly for ward to retrieve the situation. .Had C...
THE KING'S CIVIL LIST. A PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE. London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
THB KING'S CIVIL LIST. A PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE. Londou. March 12. A select committee to consider the civil list for the monarch has beeu ap pointed, and consists of 13 Unionists and 8 members of the Opposition, In cluding Mr. H. Laboucherc, the Radi cal member for Northampton. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Chancellor of the Exchequer, says he is confident that adequate monetary provision will not be begrudged the head of a world wide empire. Mr. John Redmond, leader of the Irish Nationalists, refus ed to nominate a representative of bis party to the Committee. - The 'Times' expects that the King will be granted £400,000 per annum, which is £15,000 more than Queen Vic toria received, and that Queen Alex andra will have an annual allowance of 150,000, as against £30,000 paid to the late Prince Consort; also that the Duke and Duchess of York will be allowed £30,000, the same as the King received while he was Prince of Wales, and that the King's three daughters will b* granted £0,000 each....
THE NEGOTIATIONS WITH BOTHA. London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
THE NEGOTIATIONS WITH BOTfclA. London, Match 12. The result of the negotiations be tween General Louis Botha and Lord Kitchener is still pending; but a hope ful feeling prevails at Pretoria. It is thought that after the severe reverses be has sustained Botha will surrender, even if Christian De Wet should con tinue to refuse to do so. The conces sions which Lord Kitchener is reported to have offered an.vns follow:— A ge neral amnesty to be granted to all who surrender, also to all prisoners of war, with the exception of the chief Cape rebels; and a promise that Great Bri tain trill help to reluctate on their farms the persons amnestied. The route of the Pretoria and Dela goa Bay Railway is now entirely clear of the enemy.
BRITISH DUTIES. HEAVY PAYMENTS. London, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
BRITISH DUTIES. HEAVY PAYMENTS. I^ndon, March 11. Iu anticipation of the Chancellor of the Exchequer delivering his budget at an early date, and increasing the re venue duties, there have been heavy clearances of goods from the bonded warehouses; The amount paid in duties during February on tobacco was £1£00,OOU in excess or* that paid for the correspond ing month of 1000. The revenue from ten for the name period was £000,000 In advance of that for Feb ruary of last year.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
CORRESPONDENCE. - 'Wager.'— Yes, H. J. Gardiner rode Stafia when he won the Yan Yean Stakes. 'W. Cox.' Port Pirie.-Sentiment'paid a lividend of £61 Is. for 10s. at the Kaounda Meeting, and Syntax £72 lls. for a pound in the AJLC. Norwood Handicap. . MELBOURNE, March 7. Cadenas and Holocaust have been scratched for the V.A.T.C. Federal- Stakes. Merriwee, who was knocked down to Mr. A. Harvey at Messrs. Yuille & GWs sale at Newmarket on Monday, will probably' be shipped to New Zealand in a tew days. The following penalties were incurred at Aspendale Park for next Saturday's Caul field Cup Raees:-St Kilda Cup- Fast Lady, 5 Ib.; Gordon Steeplechase— Squib, 7 tti.; South Yarn Handicap— Loch Soy, 9 ' . SYDNEY, March 12. . Immense has been taken out of the Don caster Handicap.