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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
. DLPOUNDINGS, KAXMAXTOO' (nearest post office. Kanmantoo), P.cler-Lewis, iwundkccijcr.— One old bay draught marc,' (was Mr. Hoad's), branded Jit conjoined off shoulder, D34 near shoulder, shod. ? Will be sold March 2S : ? KKOXDORF (nearest post office, Tanunda), Chris tian G. Klichc, noundkeepcr. — One bay horse, white star in forehead, off hind fetlock white, indistinct brand like 2E2 near shoulder. Will be gold April
RIFLE-SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
RIFLE-SHOOTING. Port Pine Defence Club.— The handicap competition for the president's trophy was fired on Saturday last with tlie result given below. Owing not to lie able to obtain ammunition from the staff office these competitions and any other practice have to cease. The club has only sufficient cartridges for class firing. Yds.— 200. 300. Hep. , Tl. M. Murphy „ ? 42 35 10 SO (.'. Botlral ? 30 33 15 80 A. Palmer ? !U 30 15 73 W. Cairns ? :« 20 20 7S 11. Melvin ? 32 2S 15 75 O. Ifuttcrworth .. .. 3S 31 5 74 W. Perry. ? 41 31 — 72 T. Dixbn ? « 29 — 72 A. Burgojiie ? :i« 21) 15 71 T. Korrcstell ? 22 32 15 09 (i. Williams ? 3S 27 — (55 G. Ottawa? ? :« 3Ji — 68 Ci. ilcEwen ? :« 2li 5 64
LONDON QUOTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
LONDON QUOTATIONS. Messrs. Clarke & Co., Universal Buildings, Gren fell street, have handed us the following:— London, March 13. Associateds— 50/. buyer. Associated Northern Blocks — i!)/C, buyer Cosmopolitans— 23/9. Golden Horseshoes— £10 2/0, buyer. Great Boulder— 23/3, buyer. G.B. Perseverance — £7 2/3. Great Fingalls— £5 15/, buyer. Hannan's Brownhill— 77/6, buyer. Ivanhoe— £S 7/U 1-akc View Consols— £8 2/6.
AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
AU.STKALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOL'iiNi;, iJwc'i Xi. Victoria Bank— 03;. Block 10-7S,'. BlocK 14-2U,. Hroken Hill Proprieuuy— 47,0. llroken Hill South (paid)— 27; li. Brbkcn Hill Blocte— 1/, 1/2. Bn.kcn Hill Blocks (paid)-5/10. Broken Hill Junction North— VJ. North Broken Hill— ISi'J. Lyell Tharsis— 4/41. Mount Lyell Blocks— 5.1. Chillufroe Blocks-1/I0. Glenflne Consols— 40/3, 31/fl, 35/, 31,', 31.0. Cilcnfinc Estate — 5/3. lilenline North— 6/11, 0/3. Glentinc South— £8 S/, £3. Long Tunnel- Extended— £a, £8 17/. SYDNEY, March 14. Sulphide Corporation— 35/0. Boulder Main Reef— 39/0. B.II. South (paid)— 27/. Hannan's Block ?15—2/11. Federal Centrifugal— oyi. ' Broken Hill Block il— 20/. Bank of New South Wales— £44 15/. Royal Bank of Queensland— 57/.
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Thursday, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELA1DK. Thursdav, March 14. The following sales are otftcially reportcu:— At 10 a.m.-Oiillagoe, 2S/3; Paull's Consolida ted, £7.; Norths, 1S/U; South (paid), 2-/lJ; As sociated Northern. 4U/3; GlenUnr icon.), SI/; Great Boulder. 23/10.1; Ivarihoe Junction, 2,Mj Princes Hoyal (ton.), 21/3; Tarcoola Vjnitcd Tt 12 noon-Einasleigh, 1»/; Chillagoe, 28/3; North Queensland Tin, £100. £9il, £9S, £90: Great Boulder Perseverance (C), £7 2/; South lxalgurli (C), 51/; Associated Northern, 49/3; Ivanhoe Junction, 2/3. - At 8 p.m.— Paull's Consolidated, £. ; Sliding Rock, 5/4; Broken Hill, 47/3; Junction North, 1,'ft- Sulphide Corporation, I5/H; Associated Nor thern, 49/3; Block 45, 2/10; Princess. Royal North (naid). 2/: Princess Royal North (eon.), l/l!d.
FARMERS' SEED WHEAT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
FARMERS' SEED -WHEAT. FUND. The committee of the farmers'- seed wheat fund have now on hand with promises, cash and wheat to the equivalent of 8.500 bushels, which, with the Government sub sidy of bushel for bushel, will amount to 17,000 bushels, and they are hopeful that the amount will be still further augmented. It. is estimated that an additional 10,000 bushels will be sufficient to cover all really urgent requirements. As the committee meet on Tuesday next, the -secretary (Mr. 0. 0. Driffield) desires' that all applications for assistance shall be in hand by Mon day, in order that they may be laid before the board for consideration' on the follow ing day. All persons who have subscrip tion lists are desired to send them in, to jether with the amounts an. hand, as early as possible, in order to facilitate the nnal arrangements for distribution of the seed. Already 122 applications for wheat have been received, and it is expected that fur ther batches will be to hand before the t...
NEWS OF THE DAY. VALUABLE ARTESIAN SUPPLY TAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
NEWS OF THB-DAY'. VALUABLE ARTESIAN SUPPLY TAPPED. The Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. R. W. Foster) lias received information of the striking of a valuable artesian supply of lrater in the Hrv north-past: conntrv For some time boring has been proceeding under a contract taken by Mr. A.BR. John stone on a site on the Yandama Creek, about 40 miles east of the southern ead of Lake ? Callabonna,' where the bones of the diprotodon were found. The work has been carried on under instructions from the Conservator of Water, Mr. J. W. Jones. Some time ago artesian water ' was reached at a depth of 1,566 ft., but boring was continued, arid on Thursday the Com missioner received a telegram from Mr. A. Wright, clerk of works, stating that at 1,600 ft. a strong flow was tapped, that the fresh water was rising to the surface at the rate of 20,000 gallons a day, and that there was every prospect of a largely increased quantity being obtained by sinking a little deeper. The bore will be continue...
CLOSE OF THE OPERA SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
CLOSE OF 'THE OPERA SEASON. - Mr. George Musgrove's first season » of grand opera in Adelade came to a highly successful conclusion at the Theatre Royal on Thursday evening, when the buildina was crowded from floor to ceiling with an eager and enthusiastic audience. The opera presented— 'Tannljauser'— went splendidly from start to finish, and. the principals were 'called', at the conclusion' of each act and presented with floral tributes and rounds of applause. During their sojourn in this city Mr. Musgrove's company have given 23 performances, and produced seven operas, one of which— 'Tannhauser' — was new to Adelaide. 'Lohengrin,' too, has been heard for the first time in a complete form, for when given by the Lyster Com pany 22 years ago important details were lacking. The remaining works, though per fectly familiar to 'the average theatre-goer, have been staged with scenic and sartorial magnificence never before witnessed here, arid the details of the stage management call for t...
Y.M.C.A. ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
Y.M.C.A. ENTERTAINMENT. Tlie first of the annual series of. winter entertainments arranged by the Young Men's Unristian Association was given in the Victoria Hall on Thursday evening. There was a capital attendance. An at tractive programme, combining musical and elocutionary items, was admirably pre sented. The overture 'Reverie'' was play ed by Jliss Ruby Davy, and was followed by the song 'Anchored,' for which Mr. W. H. Deane received an encore. Later on he sang Judo's 'The skipper,' and was again. recaUed. Mr. 13. E. Peagam had to repeal; a part of 'his song -'My fife for thec,' and for his second number, '.Mary,' was heartily applauded. Thorpe's ivelj-known. 'The curfew bell' was nicely recited by iViiss May Grayson. Miss Lucy Stevenson's Hongs were 'My paradise' and ''Violets,' for' each of ?which she ?was encored. Mr. Edward Reeves recited 'The chariot race Ben Hur' and 'Mr. Montpellier's recita tion' in his best style. ? 'Tlie death of Oenone,' given by Miss Kassic Wylic, pl...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
THE WEATHER. Sir Charles- Todd issued the following forecast on Thursday:— 'Fine, cool, and generally cloudy. South-easterly (south to cast) winds. Siight to smooth sea.' Mr. Wragge predicted:— 'South Australia.— Oool, cloudy, and unsettled, with showers, especially in the south and south-east. South-easterly winds. Sea smooth. Nor thern .Territory.— Heavy monsoonal rain. Variable winds, but strong eastsoutheast erlies in the far interior.'
ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. Arrangements for a successful demon stration to ])erpetuate the memory of Ire land's national saint are now complete, and civen fine weather the approaching cather mg nromises to eclipse all records. As March 17 falls on Sunday this year the day win be honoured on Saturday. March 10. Mass will he celebrated in St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral at 10 a.m., after which the children of the city and suburban Qntholic schools and members of the various Catholic benefit and literary societies will march in procession from St. Francis Xavier's Hall silong King_ William street and road to the Adelaide Oval, where a varied programme of sports will be onrried out. The order of procession will be— City Volunteer Band, pupils o£ Christian Brothers' College, Dominican Convent, Franklin street; Convent of Mercy, Angas street; Convent of Mercy, Parkside; Sisters of St. Joseph, Russell street; 1'irie street, Norwood and Kensing ton, Brompton and North Adelaide, St. Patri...
RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
RELIGIOUS. Tlie Salvation Army.— Excitement pro*' vails in the ranks of the Salvation Army in Adelaide over the approaching congress and the visit of the Commandant and Mrs. Booth. Mjr. Birkenshaw and his staft are sparing no pains to secure, a successful series of meetings, of which the public are being reminded by huge calico signs and posters. Some few months ago Commandant Booth was suddenly stricken down with a serious illness, which was a great disappointment to his friends in Adelaide. A prominent fea ture of the visit will be the lecture entitled 'Soldiers of the Cross,' which comprises a historical narration of the early Christians, Sydenham road Methodist Church.— Tlie anniversary services were begun on Sunday last, when- Mr. G. W. Johnstone and the Revs. If. A. Smith and A. W. Wellington preached. Special music was provided by the choir, under the leadership of Mr. W. h. Sparrow. On Monday evening the Welling ton square Choir, under the conductorship of Mr. J. A. Whiting,...
CORPORATIONS. PORT.ADELAIDE: Thursday March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
' CORPORATIONS. PORT. ADELAIDE: Thursday. MareJi lL. Present— The mayor (Mr. J. W. Calre), Aldermen Malin, Todd, Moyers, and Hauis. and Crs. '\Vilks, Jura. Butler, SUomey, Blglands, Cooper, King, Os. wild. Lambert. GilldanO, Downett, Widdop, Chan. lion, Rofc, and Clouston.— Charles Dunn, collector of beach fees, reported that a hawker on the Sema phore beach had refused to pay a licence. It vrtu decided to take action. — A- request- from .Tamer Oibb lor a stand lor a refreshment stall at Broad bent'a comer 'was granted,— A donation of £5 6s was yoted to St. Margaret's Convalescent Home— Eleven stonebreakeis petitioned the council to re vert to the old custom of having the stone broket locally instead of bringing it into the town read; for use. The action taken deprived them -of a means of livelihood, and they were in need ol work. Referred to Works Oommittee. — The tender of T. Boyce for painting at Woodville Cemetery, £127 lte., was accepted.— Finance— Receipts, £163 it, 3d.; expen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
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BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. The following table h«s been constructed from bscrvntions- recorded in tliis office, for. every six hours during the last three days and for thii morning. Height above sea level, 147 ft:— 3 a.m. 9 a.m. 3 p.m. 9pm Tuesday ? 29.92 29.95 29.90 29.85 Wednesday. ? 2.0.77 29.S0 29.81 2U.S3 Thursday ? 29.SS 30.00 30.00 23.90 Note.— Barometer, 29.93, stationary, at 2 o'clock this mornins; clear.
THE REGISTER ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1901. THE KING'S CIVIL, LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
Ike ttetM cp /?'«??,. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1901. THE KING'SJJIYIL LIST. The ''faithful Cginmons' has Ween culled upon to make provision for the fitting discharge by King Edward of his exalted duties, aiid the Salisbury liovernnient lias intimated its readi ness to agree to £ 470,000 per annum being granted to His Majesty and Queen Alexandra. Under tho British constitution not only does the monarch reign by virtue of the goodwill of his subjects, but at every step his .preroga tives and powers are practically under the direct control of 'the Parliament, which alone can levy taxes and vote the money to pay for undertakings pro posed. The new King is in the happy position of being exceedingly popular, and of having won the confidence of a.l classes of- his sufijects— not_ more by his urbanity and kirfdness of heart than by' his wisdom/ industry, single ness of purpose, and appreciation of his rightful place in the constitution. Following the example of his illus^ trious. mother,...
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Page Page. Amusements . . . . S Merchandise .... 2 Aquatics ...... 8 Mining ? 2 Auctions ? S Miscellaneous Wanted 8 Board and Lodging S Money ? 8 Businesses for Sale Offices to Let .... 8 or Wanted ? 2 Patents and Trade Business Notices . 1-3 Marks ? 2 Carriers . ._.... 3 Persons Wanted ... 8 Companies & Societies 2 Professional .'.... 8 Cycles, &c. ? 8 Properties for Sale . . 8 Drapery & Clothing 1-2 Properties Wanted . . 8 Education ? 2 Public Notices ... 2 Electoral Notices . . S Publications and Sta Florists & Seedsmen . S tioncry ? 2 Funeral Notices ... 2 Religious Notices . . 2 Horses, Cattle, Ye- Shipping ? 1 hides ? 2 Situations Wanted . . 8 Hotels & Restaurants S Special Advts. .... 4 Iasuronce Notices . . S Tailors and Outfitters 1 Legal Notices .... - | Tenders ? 8 Lost and Found ... S j To Let ? 8 Machinery ? 8 t- anted to Buy ... 8. Medical ? 2 Wanted to Sell . . . 8
AN INTERESTING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
AN INTERESTING EXPEDITION. It is satisfactory to know that at length the rapidly vanishing tribes of Central Australia are to receive the close anthropological study to which their importance in the science of ethnology entitle them. Many of the '(out-back' pastoralists have acquired through long residence a considerable fund of knowledge of the aborigines, their physical . features, customs, habits, and ideas; but squatters are, as a rule, very busy men, and do not usually possess the erudition and the fund of biological and ethnological lore necessary to enable them to recognise the relative importance of facts which may have come under their observa tion. Besides, the contiguity of a sheep or cattle station nearly' always pro foundly alters the practices of a tribe of natives. They begin to neglect their wonderfully acute powers, of tracking for wild game, and to rely upon get ting supplies of food from the offal of animals killed by the whites, as well as by occasional thefts of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
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