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RUSSIA AND FINLAND. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
RUSSIA AND FINLAND. London. March 1. Messages from St. Petersburg inti mate that the Russian Council of Sfatc, a consultative body the members of which are annotated liv thn Cznr. luis rejected the project of the military authorities for the Russification of the Finnish army. The Grand Duchy of Finland has been a self-governing province under the Czar, but an 1899 His Majesty ordered that all new laws affecting the country should iu future be submitted to the Finnish Diet first, and then be sent iup to the Imperial State Council for settlement and. promul gation. This liad the effect of removing from the Parliament the exclusive right of discussing measures affecting both Finland and the empire, and involved, as it was intended to do, the Russianizing of the country. The Diet and the Senate op posed the strongest objections to the Czar's manifesto, and also resisted a scheme oi obligatory military service forced upon the country, under which a five yeara' service was fixed, and the ...
AN ELOQUENT BOER PAMPHLET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
AN ELOQUENT BOER PAMPHLET. Dr. K W. Way has courteously forward ed us a pamphlet which he received a few days ago from South Africa, entitled 'From Uoer to Boer and Englishman.' The writer. Mr. raul M. Botha, who was a member of the late Orange. Free State Volksraad, makes an earnest appeal to his countrymen to cease their struggle with Great Britain, and draws attention to the ruin and deso lation which have befallen them through thejr acceptance of Kruger and Steyn as political leaders. He criticises British policy in South Africa, defends the Boers against charges of injustice and treachery, and implores England in. future' to ' give South Africa statesmen who will' make it their business to understand, the people, and to study South African problems- from their point of view.' The pamphlet, which is exceedingly instructive, concludes as fol lows:— 'Do you (mv own people, the Boers) now realize that the Hollanders; Germans, and French egged you on to fight, not be cause the' love...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
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THE WYNDHAM TRAGEDY. PERTH, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
THE WYNDHAM TRAGEDY. PERTH, March 1. Ihe dead body of a man was found .this morning hanging from a tree at Greenough. h has not yet been identified. The Com missioner of Police has received the follow ing telegram iroin me police as wynanam: —'I arrived at Denham on the 26th,' and examined the body of Jeremiah Durack. There iJ a bullet wound in the centre of the forehead, and no exit, and no other marks. The body was undisturbed, and nothing on the premises Avas plundered. 1 examined the adjoining stretcher on which the son was when his murder was attempt ed, and fwind a bullet embedded in the post. It had passed tbrough the feather pillow, and is presumably the same as that which inflicted the wound on the son. An inquest has been held, and a verdict of murder by some person or persona unknown returned. The outrage is undoubtedly ? at tributable to natives. I leave in the 'morn- ing to endeavour to bring the offenders ? to justice. One constable and three boys a'c company me. Will ...
LAND VALUES ASSESSMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
LAND VALUES ASSESSMENT ACT. A meetinc ot ratepayers was held at the Thebarton Town Hall on Thursday evening. ;. ;, The mayor (Mr. C. B. Ware) presided over a small attendance. On the motion -of Cr. Braael, it was resolved— That fchia meeting is in favour of the town of The-; \ barton being brought under the provisions' : of the Land Values Act, and that the town ;council be asked to have a poll taken at aa . early date.' It was resolved that commit-: ; tees should be formed in the various wardn.- - : to carry the resolution into effect. _ . - ' : Some of the screw* used in iretches aw ' so small that it takes 380,000 of them to . weigh a pound. - : ?- ??--..-.'?
VICTORIAN REVENUE RETURNS. MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
VICTORIAN REVENUE RETURNS. MELBOURNE, March 1. 1 he revenue last month amounted to £018,474, being an increase of £18,351 over the sum received in February last year. There were increases of £10,000 in territo rial revenue, £8,000 sale of stamps, £5,000 excise and inland, nnd £1,900 in customs. On the other hand, there was a decrease of £7,000 in railway income, due largely to the reduction in the grain freights.
SHORTAGE OF EXCISE DUTY. MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
SHORTAGE .OF EXCISE DUTY. MELBOURNE. March 1. Enquiries made by Mr. D. Ferguson, chief inspector of distilleries, into the operations of A. A. Billson & Co., Proprietary, Limit ed, brewers, of Beechworth, led to a com plaint being formulated that the output of beer from the brewer}' exceeded the quan tity upon which excise duty was paid. The shortage of duty was estimated at £87 15s., and it was found to have been snread over a period of two years. Mr. liaison explain ed that the irregularity in all probability was due to the carelessness of his em Kloyees, and that it Was entirely without is' knowledge. The department called upon the company to pay £351, being the amount of excise due, and tnree times that amount as a fine. A cheque for1 the amount has been handed to the department.
RUSSIA'S DEMANDS. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
RUSSIA'S DEMANDS. London, March 1. The Muscovites are pressing Li Hung Chang to consent to Count Lamsdorf' s demand for virtual Russian para mountcy in Manchuria and various ex clusive privileges in Northern China. It is affirmed that Japan, Great Bri tain, and' another Tower, whose name has notbeen made public, have remon strated with China for- entering into negotiations direct with St. Peters burg.
THE COUNTRY. PROCLAIMING THE KING. PORT PIRIE, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
THE COUNTRY. procdaiming:the king. PORT- PIRIE, Februiry 27. The hohday proclaimed to. .celebrate £he proclamation1 of the KiIik passed off -ijuiet- j Iy here. There was an absence of demon- 1 itrations of any kind, and the shops kept open unui tueir usual uour oi closing, ai the wharfs some of the steamers ra port ?were working as usual, but, as the. men. earn ed a sovereign for their labour they seem ed to consider they were celebrating the oc casion right loyally. The vessels _ in port under the British flag had a good display of banting floating, and the foreign vesse-s paid a tribute by flying thar national flags. '' ' WIH3ON, February 27. Tie school was. open to-day, as the teach er, not having been notified. of any holi day, could not close. ? LAURA, February 27/ In the town hall, at 11 o'clock this morn ing, the proclamation of King Edward VII. was read, in. the absence of t'he mayor, by the town cleric, Mr. W. H. Campbell,. to a large and enthusiastic gathering. Patriotic s...
THE BRITISH ARMY. LARGE INCREASES. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
THE BRITISH ARMY. LAItGElNCREASES. London. March 1. The British Government has intimat ed its/ intention ' of increasing the strength of the regular arniy of* the nation to over 300,000 officers and men. As a result of the lessons learned in the Boer war, the War Office will arm the cavalry with rifles. The following table indicates the effectjve strength of the various arms of the British regular army on January 1, 1899, and Janu ary 1, 1900. As will be seen, the growth of* the forces has been enormous:— . Jan. 1, 1899. Jan. 1, 1900. Household Cavalry ? 1,032 1,244 Cavalry of the Line ? 15,078 21.SS:) Royal Artillery ' ? 3I.S04 47.S70 Koyal Engineers ? 5.707 11,486 Foot Guards ? , ? U.-lfi' 11,740 Infantry of the Line .. .. 127,010 178,745 Colonial Corps ? 0,57(5 8,521 Army Service Corps ? 2,707 5,fiOU Army Ordnance Corns .... 711 1,593 Medical Staff Corps '. ? 2,U\l 4,0G3 Army Pay Corps ? 210 5-8 Army Post-office Corps .... — ilio Totals ? 204.077 ' 3J0-I14
THE CHASE AFTER DE WET. BOERS AGAIN ON THE MOVE. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
THE CHASE AFTER DE WET. BOERS AGAIN ON THE MOVE. London, March 1. Advices from the north of Cape Co lony state that De Wet, Steyu, Hert zog, and Brand, with 2,000 burghers, are moving south-eastwards from Pe trusville in tho direction of Colesberg in the hope of being able to cross tha Orange River at or near Norval's Pont. Yesterday they had reached a point east of Philip's Town, midway between Petrusville and Colesberg. The enemy are hard pressed by British troops. if the Boers try to cross at any of the drifts they will find the effort fu tile, for torrential rains have rendered the Orange impassable for some days.
BANK OF ENGLAND RETURNS. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
BASK OF ENGLAND RETURNS. London; Manih 1. Feb. 22. March 1. Movm'nt. e. £. £ ioin and bullion 33,35fl,00O 34.in-j,OlO 777.0001 Banking reserve 24.467,000 j 25,031;000 504,000* Prop'tion reserve. .52.24% |- 45.H4X G.30%t Note -circulation. 28,407,000 2S.«03,U00 lOC.OOO* Public deposits .1 7,170,100 12,924,000 5. 764,000* Otlier deposits .|3S,444,000 41,3«7,000 2,023,000* Govt. securities .[11,333,000 12,114,000 076,000' Other securities .| 29,217,100 Sj,4:i!),000 6,222,000* . * Increase, t Decrease.
NOTES AND QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
NOTES AND QUERIES. All manuscripts must be written legibly in Ink on only one side of the paper, and none will be re . turned, even if rejected. Every letter and en quiry must be accompanied by the writer's rod name ana aaaress lor tue Editor s iniormauon, but not necessarily for publication. All com» inaaications are treated as confidential. 'Wager.'— About 109 chains. .'Constant Reader.'— There is no duty on secondhand furniture entering. Western Australia. ' Sir. W. Jones writes, stating that on one of. his nomination papers he added to the ' printed figures for the year '190' the nume..' ral '1,' which made the statement accu- . rate. , . . . . . A Sydney visitor, signing himself 'Good- will Towards All Men,' and writing sarcas tically .concerning the arrangements made for proclaiming the King in Victoria Park,- - suggests that the authors: should be reward ed with the Order of the Thistle. 'Polydipsia' writes:— 'Your' ' correspon dent 'Anti-Driblet' suggests. that the num ber o...
FLEMINGTON TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
FLEXnNGTON TRAINING NOTES. .this; morning. being an off morning the work at Flemington was generally restrict ed to spurting. Several of the Newmarket Iandicap candidates, however, bowled over ve furlongs smartly, ifhe New Zealander Advance, left that distance behind in 1 min. 4 sec. Ferryman also negotiated tne journey' in the same time, while Hearsay was a fifth of a second 'longer. Tagus and Cintra were jumping the hurdles.
MURRAY BRIDGE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
MURRAY BRIDGE -RACE& The following is the programme:— HANDICAP HURDLES. About one and three-quarter. milts. - st. ib.i... ..;.. st. a. Warwick- . . .?? 9 7 (Prairie Flower .-. 0 0 HANDICAP SELLING RACK. About ; five furlongs. Esau . . ..' .' . . 10.-7: Cascade . ..... 00 Curt Mantel ... 10 7 Bell Bird ? 8 lu Bcaunuris .... 95 Lorraine ? 8 10 MURRAY BRIDGE COP. About one and a quarter miles. . ' The Bird .... I) 6 Tranby ? 7,5 Curt Mantel ... 0 2 Charon ? 7 0 Pishoage' ? 8 3 Clinker ? 7 0 )ay Dawn ? 8 2 Cascade ? 6 10 Dearii1 ..'... 7 7 . - , . ??' ? 1I0BILONG STEEPLKCHASE. ?-?- -: About two miles.: ' Wirrawa .'. . . 10 9 -i Sympathy -. ... 9 '7 Mermaid'. . . . 10 7 Sunflower .... 95 Father 'Confessor 10 3 Wallaroo ? 9 S rramp-.-.:. , . . 10 0 Jimmy ..... 90 Convoy ; .', . . 9 12 Onkaparinga ... 9 0 Minstrel . . . . . 9 8 . ' ' ' SWANPORT HANDICAP. About six furlongs. The .Bird, » . . .910. Cast pile .... 710 Curt.M.ante.1 . . . . 0 3 Prairie Flower ..75 Pishoage.. ..... 8,, ...
CORONER'S INQUEST. SUICIDE IN HINDMARSH SQUARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
COROKER^ INQUIST. SUICIDE YS HlNDMABSIt SOUAHE. The acting city coroner, Mr. G. H. Ayliffc, held an inquest at the Elephant and Castle Hotel, on Friday . afternoon, into the circumstances sur rounding the death of James Connellv, sen. dames lonncuy, 01 urunsvvicK, victoria, at present resident: in Adelaide, identified the body of de ceased as that of. his father, aged 43, who resided at George street, Brunswick, Victoria. Deceased came to Adelaide in search of work. Shortly before leaving Victoria, and since his arrival in Adelaide, lie had been drinking heavily. His manner was strange on the journey from Melbourne, and he said that witness and other passengers were going to kill him. Had often heard deceased threaten to take his life. Last saw him alive at 1 o'clock on Thursday morning. He then appeared to be in a strange condition of mind. He. entrusted money to the care of witness because he thought some-' thing might happen to him; About nine months ago deceased was an inmate of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
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