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DOCKERS' STRIKE AT MARSEILLES. SERIOUS EFFECTS. London, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
DOCKERS' STRIKE AT MARSEILLES. SERIOUS EFFECTS. London, March 11. The dock labourers at Marseilles have been on strike for the hut fort night. In order that steamers may car ry out their contracts the crews and the clerks in the shipping offices have had to unload packages from the ships at the wharfs. Troops have been called out to pro tect the warehouses and the docks. The strike is having a serious effect upon the business of the French port A number of . factories have bad to close in eonse-jwnce of insufficient sup plies of coal and raw material.
ASPENDALE PARK RACES. MELBOURNE, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
ASPEKDALE PARE RACES. MELBOURNE. March H. - A race meeOnR was heW at Aspendale Park this afternoon in sultry weather. It was well attended, and tbo radnr was interestins;. T. Faunt, wbo tell wita Captain Corcoran in tne steeplechase, bad au couar-ooae nosen. imim: UAIDEJ PLATE. Mr. Kelly's Aroona, 8 st S Ib. (F. Euhn). 1. Mr. Miller's Thrush, 7 st. 13 Ib. (Fitsgenld) .. t Mr. Cook's SUverlock, 8 st. 4 Ib. (Pegrum) .. 3 Other slarters:-Main Royal, Docility. EtttUa, tod*. The Shield, tody Tostl*. and Pariah. Bettlnc-3 to 1 agst Aroona and Thrush, 7 to z 8Uverlock, 4 to 1 iada. 10 to 1 others. Won by a couple ^lengths; a bead between second and third, lidy Tostic fourth, and Do cility last. Time, 1 ma. *» sec JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. Mr. Winter's Grey Ronald, 8 st (W. Minter) 1 Mr. Mitchell's IO.O.. 8 st S Ib. (Wilson) .. S Mr. Muxtable's The Misting Link, 8 st 5 Ib, (A. Hearn) .. .. .. ? .. 3 Other staTten:-Califomia, Detonator. Fair light, Report, Repeater, Turk, Jenieo. Satisfac tion. Ku...
THE CODLIN MOTH. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
THE CODLD?MOTH. To the Editor. Sir— I think it is simply, cruel legislation which insists on a grower carrying out cer tain rules, week , after week, and month after month, in the vain hope of suppress ing eodlin moth. Such things have a ten dency to drive those who are renting gar: dens to meet their landlords with a short purse. I have done all in my. power, and all that the Act has required me to do, but the whole measure is a farce, for the grub has multiplied, and now fully 60 to 70 per cent, of apples are affected, and before picking time I expect they will have another 10 or 20 per cent., leaving me a very small ba lance to live on and pay my share of tax to keep the inspectors trotting around try ing to make people destroy a plague that God in judgment has sent oa us, and one which in His own way He will eradicate. Man's extremity is God's opportunity. I fail to see what good the uwncctora are doing. They all know that the pest is worse this year than during the past three y...
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
CORONER'S INQUEST. The acting city coroner held an inquest. at tht Adelaide Hospital on Tuesday afternoon on the body ot Joseph Alfred Uncle, aged «, wbo died ?» »kj» inaMtntlna mi . Uniubr Iran InlnrlM re edved through being struck by a falling block and tackle while working at a buiidingln Ste phens place. Joseph Uncle s*M that at the time the accident occurred his ton was entering the new bufldteg la Stephens pUce, where be was ein|-)oyeoV^9ubsequently a block, which the deceased was hauling up, fell and struck him on the bead. From inspection of tbo tackling and enquiries he had made he was of opinion that the occurrence was quite accidental. Dr. Astles, senior resident medical offi cer at the hospital, said that when the deceased was admitted to the institu tion be was showing signs and symptoms of se vere injuries to the head. The patient was placed under the care of Dr. ?Ponlton, who operat ed in order to relieve If possible the symptoms ot pressure. Thst appeared to gin reli...
THE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
THE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. Tne eighteenth annual meeting of Ibe Pott Ade laide branch of the Caledonian Sodety wa* held ia the Oddfellows' Hall on Tuesday, ermine. The chief fMr. J. Plaviair) presided om a 'iir attend ance. The secretary (Mr. J. McCoU) read tht re port, which showed that tbe Membership roll was about tbe same a* at tbe end of tost year. It was deddrd to tend a letter of coodotence to Uw relatives of the Uie Dr. Mackintosh. Children's dttMJt for Scottish dances bad been held at Ibo Athletic Chib't 11*11 under the instruction ot Mr. A. D. Simpson. The year on the whole had been a auccatful one. The balance (beet thowed.tbo receipt*. Including a credit balance of £3 18*. 8d.. to have been £44 16a. lid.; expenditure, £U 3*. 8d.; credit balance, Us. Id. Outstanding wb scriptions amounted to about Cfi. Tbe report and balance sheet were adopttd.-The election of officers remUed:-CMef, Mr. J. Playfair; chid tains. Messrs. R. Clark,. Yf. Unklater, and Cant. A. lnglis; directors,...
ADELAIDE LICENSING BENCH. ANNUAL MEETING. REPORT BY INSPECTOR SULLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
ADELAIDE LICENSING BENCH. ANNUAL MEETING. REPORT RV INSPECTOR SULUTAX. The annual meeting o( the Adelaide Licensing Bench was held at the Police Courthouse on Tues day, March IS. There were pretrnt Mesas. W. Gilbert, M.P.. J. Cordon, &M., AV. C. Bulk, 8. newiana, ami x. wooes, ' Prior to the badness being called on, Mr. J. Gordon, S.M., notified the clerk, Mr. W. Hall, jon., thtt be (Mr. Gordon) had been chosen chair man of the Licensing Beoch for tne ensuing year. Tne report of Inspector Sullivan, which cd read by the clerk, stated, inter alia:— 'Since the last annual meeting of the Adelaide Licensing Bench eight new licences have been granted, vit: —Two publicans', one wine, one storekeeper's co lonial wlnr. om storekeeper's, two billiards, and one dob, the Utter bring a removal from Twin street to Couger street One application for- a publican's licence, and two for storekeepers* colo nial wine licences, were refused. A wine licence and a storekeeper's colonial wine licenc...
THE AMERICAN MAIL SERVICE. SYDNEY, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
THE AMERICAN MAIL SERVICE. SYDNEY. March 12. Mr. Barton stated to-day that be had had an interview with Mr. J. D. Spreckks, managing director of the Oceanic SteamAip Company, but Mr. Spreckks did not teem desirous of making any particular proposal with regard to the mail contract betweeu Attstraha and America. SYDNEY, March 12. The Federal Premier stated today that the only function which the Common wealth. Government intends giving in con nection with the opening ot the Federal Parliament is a reception on the day Par liament opens. HOBART, March 12. The military contingent, which will re present Tasmania at the opening of the Commonwealth Pariament, will probab.y con st of one c.mpany of -nfa try in scar let, two companies in khaki, and 50 mount ed .nfautry.
THE MELBOURNE CELEBRATIONS. REVISED PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
THE MELBOURNE CELEBRATIONS. REVISED PROGRAMME. The full and revised proeramme of the arrangements for the vuil ot the Duke and. Duchess of Cornwall aH York has been agreed to by the Governor-General, the isarl of nopetouo. Ten items nave oecn added -o tne programme published rape time ago, all in the direction of providing better entertainment for the guests of the Victorian Government and of the general public The arrangement* as finally agreed to are as follows:— MONDAY, MAY 6. Arrival of the Duke and Ducfae» in Melbourne; proeearion throm* the dty; the Uornnment tmesis to view procesdon from Parliament Howe, where an 'at borne' will be held from 5 o'clock, to S o'clock. p.at. In the ennfnff tbere will be a dinner, it Government Home. The uenenl public *UI be enterutaed by fpecUl street illumtos/toiw and lie perform ances ot Mimerous bnust and string bands in tne streets. TUESDAY, UAY 7. A levee at Govemmeat House and the preienU tion of addrew* There will be a dinner at Governmen...
THE FISCAL ISSUE. MR. DEAKIN CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
THE FISCAL ISSUE. MR. DEAK1N CRITICISED. The 'Sydney Daily Telegraph' deals with the Badarat address of Mr. Deakin. first of all it accuses Mr. Deakin of having, 'manufactured' a sneech and nut it in the mouth of Sir William McMillan. There is evidently some misunderstanding here, and Mr. Deakin will no doubt give an explana tion. According to Mr. Deakin. Sir Wil liam McMillan, on behalf of the Sydney revenue tariff party, has declared for rais ins: £6,000.000 by customs and £2^)00,000 through the States, that is. by direct taxa tion. Now, what Sir William McMillan really said, acording to the 'Daily Tele graph,' was that £6,000,000 could be raised by freetrade duties and £2,000,000 by light protective duties— a. very different thins: from State or direct taxation. Mr.Deakin's withdrawal of Us strange utterance will be awaited. Tbe 'Sydney Daily Telegraph' continues:— 'Mr. Deakin says that under protection Victoria has more people engaged io fac tories than New South Wales. Quite tr...
VICTORIAN CRICKET. MELBOURNE, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
VICTORIAN CRICKET. MELBOURNE. March 12. A meeting of the Victorian Cricket As sociation was held to-night to discuss the proposal that tbe Melbourne Cricket Club should be asked to' take over the control of cricket in Victoria. ISvery club was re presented, and Mr. James Titken presided. The finance committee submitted a recom mendation as follows:— 'That a subcom mittee, consisting of the pennant committee, Messrs. Laver, Knuckey, and' Lipscomb, to gether with the president of the association, be authorized to meet the sub-committee of the Melbourne Cricket'Club, and discuss with them the conduct of Victorian cricket in future, and report to the Victorian Cricket Association.' This recommendation was discussed at length, and an amendment was moved thst the various associated dmbs should give their views on the matter, and that the association should then consider the question fully. The amendment was re jected, and the original proposal was car ried by 7 votes to 5.
OVERSEA SHIPPING. London, March 12. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
OVERSEA SHIPPING. London, March 12. ARRIVAL. ? At New York.— Alice, barque, from Auck land November 20. 4 DEPARTURES. For Sydney.— Bracadale, barque, from London; ttomtd steamer.', from Dunkirk, ror Adelaide— Myrtle lloiuie, barque, from London. For Urwbanc-Uulf Stream, bait-ue, from New York; Cambrian. For f reman tic— Dina. barque, from Barry.
FRUIT PRESERVING. A NEW METHOD. MELBOURNE, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901
FRUIT PRESERVING. A XE\V METHOD. MELBOURNE. March 12. Dr. A. A. Brown, medical officer for the Agricultural Department, h»« been succett nil in preserving soft fruit bv treating it with hydrocyanic ens to destroy moulds and fungi before -the fruit u placed in a cool stoiage chamber. A quantity of fruit treated this way was taken out of the cold chamber, to-day after having .been there xeven weeks, tnd it was found to belin Rood sound condition. ?