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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

BURDEN'S HEADACHE WAFERS are a Speedy, Safe, and Effectual Cure, la. a Box. J. B. BURDEN. CHEMIST, 46, King William street. n77tfo MR. SHANASY, DENTIST, NORTH-TEMUCE, OPPOSITE INStrTOTE. Hours-JO a.m. to 5 p.m. ; Saturdays till 1 n.m. ulSStbu

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SHARE MARKET AND MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

SHAM MARKET AND MININ& Tiie market on Wednesday was more animated and the turnflrei-JJargei- tlian for some days pust, but prices 'again weakened in most 'lines. In Western Australian gold ! ?Associateds had little business at ye»ter- ; day's prices, and Northern eased somewhat, i Great Jkmldtrs attracted a Tair amount oi attention/and had some .considerable turn over: price suffered,' the' line closing' at 23/9. Alain lieefs and i'ei^reverance were also traded in '-'at lower rates, while Jvanhoes were taken at. £8 9/. .Xiake View -Consols had a closer nfarket, buyers and sellers com ing within 5/, but without business, l'rin- 1 ce.Cs iiuyal stocks were in greater demand ; than lately, and prices somewhat firmer. ! Silver shares had stronger enquiry, result- ; inj; in more business IMn for some days, i ]-iokcns and Ssouths beneliting mdetjy. ! .Souths had very fair turnover, and other i stocks were firm. Tin and copper stocks | liad moderate trade at about last rates. I Mort...

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A GERMAN SUCCESS. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

A GERMAN SUCCESS. London, March 13. -The German ? expedition, which is operating in country west of Pekin, has occupied Ansuling Pass, thereby securing easy access to the province or Shansi. In the fighting which re sulted in the capture of this valuable strategic position 250 Chinese soldiers were slain.

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THE POWERS AND CHINA. THE MANCHURIAN CONVENTION London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

IHE POWERS AND CHINA. THE MANCHURIAN CONVENTION. London, .March 13. TBY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received March 14, 2.45 a.m.] Dr. Morrison, in a cable message to the 'Times' from Pckin, says that, de spite the threats of Russia, China will refrain - from signing tlie Manchurian Convention until she has ascertained what support the Powers will afford her in the event of her ultimately re fusing to ratify the agreement China, however, has not yet communicated to the Powers tlie text of the Russian de mands. '

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AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

AUST11AJ.IAX OL'OTATIU.WS. MKI.ilOUKN'i-:. Mrinli 1^ Victoria 1 prr cent., I!)|.'{-i:)i:-£9.' 15,'. ' i!eliojitilil:i.'i Board of Vvorkd !J per cint., l!K)0, 12 yws— £1C1 .I,'. MetroiKiIitan Board of Works 81 per cent., 1SC5— .SIR! 2;0. Royal Hank— £13 -I/O. Victoria Hank preference shares— £11 6/. Metropolitan Gas— £8 12/. Block 1(1-7!)/. Broken I till Clock (paid)— 5/4, 5/7. Broken Hill Junction North— 1/6. .Mount Lyell Bloeks^/S, 5/2. Nnrtii Mount Lyell- -52/, 5-2/0. Cl.iiUj.'or II. nnd J!. (cum risht?)— 28/. Cliillagoe U. and 11. (ex rights)-2S/. Mount Garnet and Chillagoe— 10/. Glenfine Consols— 4-1/, 43/0, 47/, 42/, 42/6. Glcnlinc Sonth-£8 12', .68 13/. Great GlenSne— 3/2, 3/. Loni; Tunnel Extended— £9 5/, £S 19/. Lake View Consuls— £S 15/fi. SYDNEY, March 15. Broken Hill Block 14—20/. Great Boulder— 24/3, 24/. Mount Morgan— 117/0. Girilamlwue— 2/G. Broken Hill South (paid)— 26/9. Woodlark (con.)-5./0. Federal Centrifugal— 5/105. City Bank of Sydney (old)-96/. Commercial Bank ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

S.CWARD&CO. STOCK AND SHAclS BttOKERS, Id. 751. 12, PIRIE-STItEET. sISJct Jf\(f\ R (?%l % 8HARE3ROKER K\ fi I U 8 I H BROOKMAN'S S I 9 W I I W I 0 J lithsc M/M DDIUhTifl I SHAREBROEKIt, 29, Royal Win. BJHlSlSAL, Exdiange. Telephone 629. UEilBER Of STOCK KXCHAA'GE Of ADKLAIDK. ?mtbsczj W. H. R. PORTER MliMBEH STOCK KXC'HANCE OK ADELAIDE, Broken Hill Chambers, King William street. slThc

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STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Wednesday, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Wednesday. March 13. The following sales are officially reported:— ' At 10 a.m.— North Queensland Tin. £101; G.B. Perseverance (('.), X.7; Associated Northern, 10/3, 40/, 4«/!-; Great Boulder, 24/, 23/0, ' 23/10J ; Ivanhoe Junction, 2/4. At 12 noon.— Sliding Rock. 5,1; S.A. Copper Cor poration, 2-2/0; Block 14, 20/; Junction, 4/0; South Blocks (paid),. 5/0, 5'7; North Queensland Tin, £101, £102; Great Boulder Main lieef (C), 311/3; Associated Northern, 4S/0; Ilakcr'g Creek, S/2; Great Boulder, 23/10J; Princess Hoyal North (con.), At ' p.m.— PauU's Consolidated, £7; Broken Hill. J7.:i; South (paid)- 27/3: South (con.), 20/9; South Block (eon.). 4/2: Junction North. 1/6 o 1/S; Sulphide Cornonition, 15/41, 15/3; North Queensland Tin. .ClfiS; Great Boufder Main Reef (C), 80/: Great Boulder l'erseverance (C), £7: South Kalinirli (C), 50/0; Baylcy's United, !!/0; Great Boulder, 23/10!; Princess Royal (con.). 20/0, ?i()'fi, 20/0: Princess Hoyal North (paid), 1/l...

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MAITLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

MA1TLAND UACES. The following are the weights for the race meet ing to be held at Maitland on April 1:— _ . Handicap Hurdle?, about one and a half miles.— The Fawn, 10 st. 7 !h.; Bluelight, 10 2; Ensign, 10; Dandy. U 10; Gaslight. 9 5; Don, 9 3; Sovereign, 9. Maitland Handicap, one and a quarter miles.— Lets Monic, 0 st. 8 Ik; Trcntalto, !- 5; Listnaghar, S 4; Kilty, '.7 10; Drummer,. 7 9; Dandy, 7. Firing,- 'Handicap, six furlongs.— Patch, ? 9 st. 3 Ih.; Ensign, S 4; Sulphide, S; Gaslight, 7 10; Hamberkt, 7 8; Sovereign, 7 ?,; Moschic, 7. Yorkc Valley Handicap, one mile. — Lees Monic. 0 st. 10 lb.; Trentalto, 9 7; Patch, 9; Listnaghar, 8 5; Drummer, 7 10; The Fawn, 7 7; Dandy, 7. Henry Hughes, Handicapper.

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THE SYDNEY RAILWAY ACCIDENT. SYDNEY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE SYDNEY RAILWAY ACCIDENT. SYDNEY. March 13. ihe inquest on the body of Herbert Henry Darnley, who was killed in the Tempe railway disaster oa February 15, was continued to-dav. Edward A. Louehrv. Outdoor Locomotive Superintendent, fur ther examined, atid he did not know whe ther any other engine with as bad a record as the one which was wrecked was run ning at the present time. The driver was not unfitted, through being an invalid, for driving the engine, and he was not accom panied by an inexperienced boy as fireman. The vibration had affected him very much. By Jlr. Gannon, who appeared for Mr. Carruthers, M.L.A.— In June, 1899, and also in October, 1900, witness was com municated with by Doyle, who stated that the jolting of the engine had affected his health, lie did not know of any communi cation stating that Doyle had got better since. He would not say that Doyle was incapacitated on February 16, the day of the accident. So far as driving the engine was concerned he thought ...

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ALLEGED CASE OF POISONING. SYDNEY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

ALLEGED CASE OF POISONING. SYDNEY. March 13. Ihe Deputy C'Uy Coroner began an in quest to-day concerning the death of Eliza beth Harper, wife of Constable John 1$. Hanier, of Xewtowu. Dr. Sinclair, who was called in to attend Mrs. Harper on Monday night last, said she was seized by convul sions, and on recovering siid she had been given poison. She subsequently had three more convulsions, and then died. Witness asked Harper to go for the iwlice, and soon after Constable Mitchell arrived. In Har per's presence witness told Mitchell that Mrs. Harper had died suddenly, that she had stated to him that she h.id been poisoned; that 'the poison had been given to her -by ? , and that the jwison was strychnine. He also told Mitchell the time deceased stated to him that the po.son had been given to her. lie directed Mitchell to see that nothing was removed from the room. Dr. .S. Jamieson s:iid he had made a postmortem, and kid handed the con tents of the stomach and iKirtions of the liver, sp...

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OLD-AGE PENSIONS. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

OLD-AGE PENSIONS. M.KLUOURX1-1 March 13. i'he total number of old-age iwusions now being paid by the Treasury has reached 10,500, or t.nOO mure than the ex-Premier, Sir George rumor, expected when lie asked Parliament to vote XTS.OOO for distribution among aged people during the first half of 1U0I. All the applications have not yet been dealt with by the magistrates, who are enquiring into the claims for pensions.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

The feeliug of unity throughout our empire, a fueling as of one family, that lias spread through all our numerous colonies girdling the globe . . . has been caused in great measure l-y the Queen's magnetic sympathy and by her wise government. She has always sympathized with her people, and her people have always sympathized with her. ... I have in my possession several letters from Her Majesty the dominant note of which is utter love for her people, and utter trust in her people's love for her. Not long ago one of her Cabinet Ministers said to me— 'The Queen's counsel could ill be spar ed from her Cabinet: her wisdom anil experience are invaluable to us Minis ters.'1 Who is jt that has raised more than any one else tin* moral prestige of our empire to its present supre macy? It is the Queen. Who is it more than any one else that during the last 03 years has furthered the cause of peace in the world? It is the Queen. Who is it that has made our 'Crowned llepublic' of Great Britain th...

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"THE REGISTER'S" MATERNITY HOME SHILLING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

'TEE KEUISIEK'S' MATElttUTY HlliMP. Mlll.l.lN'U KljNlJ. aiillinca. Previously acknowledged „ _ _ ? 1J,1i5 lioula litiula ? 3J J. Bolus ? _. „ ? m r. H. Uobbs ? _ -11 iu. anil jiri Clias. Hscher ? 1»j i. H. Uooawin, In/; A. si. 13. and H. U. Kicli 6/; triend, 1/ ? 21 ilre. liiuue ? .. ;i Jlr. ami ius. Alex, ilaruu ? _ luu h. X hvans ? „ Lw vMra. buwen ? '-U trum apaluing — Mrs. Lambert, 10;; llr-. Mar garet houimervnle (.1st iiuuuiuyit.), ,f.'; -Miss SI. jtucaar, iua A. ilachay, ana .UK. gtuiini-n llacK JIU, Kith 2/; Jl. AL, i, .. .. .. ? 'M lmuiei Trcnuett ? „ ? a) J. U. liouus .. ? ? 'Jt Collected by the bijj oaktree, ilount Darker JU Airs. C. J. Shuttlewortn ? ^1 .Mrs. C. f. LeuuscUiie ? :l CullKtvd by uieneiij Caramiitce, per Mrs. Jame3 Corilun:— Lauy fooUL-aut, luo.' ; (_. Hires &. Co., Jus/ ; J. Miller Anatoli iS Lo. and U. s X. Birni, cacn 21/; ilis. .1. \-nyte, iUy, M. UuluwoU, lo;; Ueorge Carpenter, il. S. .1., S. L'. D., and W. A.-li., cactt 2'; ilr. fagf, Home Svmo...

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THE PLAGUE. ANOTHER CASE IN PERTH. PERTH, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE PLiGUE. ANOTHER CASE IN PERTH. PERTH. March 13. After an interval of more than a week bubonic plague lus reappeared in Perth. The latest victim is John Coomber, who was employed nrincinallv as a carter in the grocery business by his brother Frank Coomber, in Barrack street. Coomber first complained on. Saturday last. Tliis morning one of 'iiie city doctors reported his case to the plague officer as suspicious. Dr. Anderson immediately visited the patient, who resides at South Perth in a house by himself, and pronounced the case to be one of true plague. Coomber was sent to the quarantine station, and the grocery shop wag closed and quarantined. Those persons en gaged in the shop are to be inoculated.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

m NOW MAF.K TKiS. J||P^ BROTHERS' JrBrn /T-e as HI ^re not surPassed in 1||? ' South Australia for ^fig Purity, Excellence, ill&sjL and Low Price. ''** TRY THEM. nTlc AFTER ALL flS THE VERY BEST. / BEL, LEB LAN'CHE. DELWUTPUL SUMMER DRINK. CHOLMONPELEV & BO6ANQUET, 27, QHENFILL STREET. nlObc

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THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. CONFERENCE OF COMMANDOS. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. CONFERENCE OF COMMANDOS. ? ' London, March 13 fBY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] . [Received March 14, 2.45 a.m.] It is announced that the terms on which Great Britain is willing; to ac cept the surrender of the enemy have been communicated ,to Louis Botha, Ben Viljcen, Christian De Wet,- and other Boer generals, and that a confer ence of representatives from the com mandos in the field will be held on Friday to arrive at a decision on the subject.

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To The Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

To the Editor. Sir— As a shareholder in the Junction Xorth Mine I feel dfrsuislicd with the present ftate of thin-.'?. With lead standing at i'17 for 12 months, why hns the mine not paid its way'/ By the last DUMHCV-MllVl UllMC \Yift ^.i.tr.'U III IKIIUI, UUU IIOW 1 understand there is a debt of £5,0.10, which thovvs a loss for the jurt half-year of £0,000. 1 think it is time there was a change of administration. The head oli'ee should l-» in Adslniw, with Adelaide men a.^ Directors. The South .Mine and also Block 14 wen- under a cloud till Adelaide men ware ap pointed on the bivirds, and then things improved. Before the shareholders allow the directors to put jp another plant, I suggest that Mr. Greonway he asked to report on the mine. There is too much putting up of new plants with must of t!:e mine:;, and the money spent that way ought to go to the shareholders. Have the shareholders benefited by the last ri.-e in the price of lead? Bloek IJ has: not increased her dividends, neit...

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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

UP.POltTS. Queen Margaret.— March 11:^-)00 Lcvel-45. drive in o!il ft.; face unchanged. Slopes looking fair. Ten head stamps running. C.liillncon U.-iikv-iv :iml Xfinp*i — AWpk. VeliruarV Si.— .Mines:— Gritliths— 20(1 level. Xo. 4 sliowim; im|irovement, containig more green earbonatc with grey ore showing in face. Kxploralory ^cut at 15i- level ( ltosebcry,) still unclianged. lady Jane.— Sink- ing this shaft on underlay proceeding and now at US. After sinking well will open out at 100 and prove ore body a£ that depth. Redcap. — Drive from No. 1 shaft at ISO level ronlimns in decom posed silicious formation carying liniichcs of csp per pyrites. Mcllwraith.— Xcut towards Penzancc lode continues in hard intrusive rock, but face now showing splashes of iron and copper pyrites. Calcifci-.— II it. xeul at 150 level from No. 1 Hluft now carrying garnet rock in upper half of face. A drill hole been put up 4 ft. from back and cut lode, but owing to How of water been plugged iiciiding removal...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

SPORTING. The weightir'irjrrtho^Gnlcaparinga Meet ing were iauedib'nWedpeStlay-inorninf: by Mr. Hughes/ and 5ivere published in 'The Evenintr Journal/!? ? Loch ^i'ad, on the strength of lliis; recent success' at. Fleming! ton, leads t&e/way^in the Hurdle Race ivitb 12 st. 10 Ib.',.'and-i8;xalled'upon''to concede 3. ft; to Bethhal-and 7 -1&. -to -Soult. The other CampehiotvTi.'repre^entatives engaged in the race are Tagus, llJst;M2ab.; Victor, 10 st. 7 ft.; and- CShtra, 10 st';' 6*-lb. Eleven of the candidates are on- the fl^jst. mark. The African is top of the' tree 'in the Great Eastern Steeplechase Avith' 12 st. 12 lb., while Hayseed and Bethnal each- have 12 .st. 7 lt-. Double event books have been opened, and of the local contingent the fa vourite picks are Leiroo in the Hurdle llace and The Duke in the Steeplechase. Aus tralian is top weight in the Onkaparinga Cup, but as he went to Sydney this week he is not likely to fulfil this, engagement. Acceptances are du...

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OPERATIONS IN THE ORANGE RIVER COLONY. DE WET NORTH OF BRANDFORT. London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

OPERATIONS IN THE ORANGE RIVER COLONY. DE WET NORTH OF BRANDFORT. . London, March 12. An official despatch just published announces that General Christian De Wet is now north of Brandfort, a town about 30 miles north of Bloemforitein. Continuous heavy rains have checked the progress of the British forces which are in pursuit of the guerilla commander. The mounted column under the com mand of. Colonel T. D. Pileher has succeeded in clearing the country of the enemy from the Orange Itiver to Bloemfonteln. It has taken 33 Boer prisoners and captured no. fewer than 3,000 remounts. ? Advices from Bloemfontein mention that, although there are eight separate guerilla commandos doing mischief in the Orange River Colony, the condi-. tions of living are improving, and civil administration is largely replacing mi litary rale. ?'

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