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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
FOR GOLF RASH Heat Rash, inflammation, itching, irritation! ami chafing; undue or,ollensive perspiration, and many sanative uses, nothing is so cool ing, purifying, and refreshing as a bath with CtmccRA Soap, greatest of skin beautifiers and purest of toilet soaps, and gentle anoint ings ?with Cuticuea, purest of emollient skin cures. Sold everywhere. BritUh depot: F. Nbwbiht * Sons, London. French depot: ).. Miot, Via'u. Amtralian depot: B.TmFRS tc Co., Sydney. Porrxtt-Dttua jUTD Cujui. Coni'_ ?oH Props., Boston, U. 8. A.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
.\USCKU.AXKOi;.s. Messrs. Strachnn, Cheadle, & Co. have re ceived the following cablegram from their London agents, dated March 13, 1901:— 'Wheat.— Tlie market is inactive. Xew Zea land average wheat is worth 28/6 and long lierw'ed 23/3 per quarter, ex warehouse.'' ?(Hi: LOCAL WHKAT MARKIX Lt-uil|yt)ie wheat market continues dull, and large sales, so far as can be ascertained, are not held. For dial! there is a fair demand, considering the time of the year, and quotations range from 32/6 to 35/. J'rinie wheitcn sheaved hay is quoted at 30/ per ton, and inferior and mixed at 2.V to 27/0. Thursday's pricts were as fol lows— Wheat.— 2/7} to 2/S on trucks or f.o.b. at Port Adelaide. Flour.— Leading brands, £6 5/ to £6 7/6 per ton. Bran.— lOd. to lOJd. per bushel. Pollard.— lid. per bushel. OaU.— Dun and Algerian, 1/7 to 1/10; white. 2/ to 2/6. / Chaff.— £1 12/6 to £1 15/ per short ton, bags extra. Sheaved Hay.— 25/ to 30/ per long ton. TIIE IMVOliT MARKET. Colonial currants have...
UNITED LABOUR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
UNITED LABOUR PART?. Tlie council of the United Labour Party held its monthly meeting at the Trades Hall on^Thursday evening, March 14, when -the president (Mr. G. Dankcl) occupied the chair, and there was a large attendance of delegates, i-our new delegates were admitted.— A larg:- amount of correspondence relat ing to the federal elections campaign and other mutters was dealt with. Tlie secretary reported that the demonstration committee had completed arrangements for the' meeting' at the rotunda on March S5. It was resolved that the party should run no tic-ket for the federal elections, members hoing at liberty to support any other candidate of their choice after voting for the four labour can didate?. A resolution was carried that open-air meetings should be held wherever practicable in sill the districts. The secretary announced a num ber of donations received from societies and friend?.
THE POWERS AND CHINA. BRITONS VERSUS RUSSIANS. London, March 13. [Received March 14, 8 p.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
THE POWERS AND CHINA. BRITONS VERSUS RUSSIANS. - London, March 13. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.]' [Received March 14, 8 p.m.] Another dispute in connection with the Pekin and Tientsin Railway has arisen between British' and Russian officials. Mr. Claude William Kinder, the En gineer of Chinese Railways, was en gaged in the construction of a railway siding at ^Tientsin when Mjr.-Gen; Wo gak, of the Russian army, claimed the land which -was being utilized, aver ring that it formed part of a new con cession granted by China to Russia. The matter was reported to Mjr.-Geu. E.G. Barrow, C.B., of the China Field Force, who ordered Mr. Kinder to pro ceed with the construction, if neces sary by the use of armed force. The Russian general has appealed' to M. de Giers, the Russian Minister at Pekin, to see that the Muscovite claim is established. ' London, March 14. The agency of the Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China, which had been established at Port Arthur,', the recently acquired R...
THE JUNCTION NORTH. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
THE .JIW'CTION NORTH. to the Editor. Mr— I lie shareholders at a distance evidently need enlightenment on the' reconstruction of this company. ? Large bodies of 'good -milling -ore exist in the deep workings :it the mine, and there are j uuvui. iou,ow ions oi tailings on' cue sunaeej averaging u oz. silver and !). per cent of lead to the ton. It is estimated, by those competent to judge that tiie proper ri'treatmant of this ore will yield a profit of 5-, per ton at the present price of lead.... This 'unset -alone is worth .&i7.5G0. It seems therefore evident Iliac the treatment of the-! on- iJirnogh the mill has been -defective. Are the shareholders iaad. parting- with their shares at Is. Sd.| when there is such nil asset as this lying at present useless on the surface, and worth nearly four t'mes (he present market value of the sliarcs? Surely something' .can be done other than calling on the shareholders 'to contribute half a crown a share, which pel haps many ol 'them- wi...
CANADA'S LOYALTY. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
CANADA'S LOYALTY. London, March 14. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Premier of va nada, in the course of a highly patrio tic speech yesterday in the House of Commons at Ottawa, declared that the Boers had appealed to the God of bat tles, and the verdict of the Almighty was manifestly in favour of the estab lishment of British rule throughout South Africa. Speaking as a French Canadian, he was confident that the confederation of the British colonies in South Africa on Canadian lines would secure to their white races equal li berties and justice. The members of the nouse subse quently rose and sang 'God save the King.'
THE BRITISH BUDGET. NEW TAXATION EXPECTED. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
.THE- BRITISH -BUDGET. NEW TAXATION EXPECTED. London, March 14. Numerous speculations are being hazarded concerning how the Chan cellor of tho Exchequer will provide for the proposed largely increased ex penditure on the army and navy, as well as for interest and a sinking fund to cover the enormous debt contracted an account of the war in South Africa. There is a growing belief that a tax will be levied on sugar, seeing that an Impost of a farthing per pound would vield about £3,000.000 per annum. It Is also considered possible that a registration duty of Is. per quarter on imported corn will be revived.
A FOUL BLOT. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
A FOUL BLOT. London, March 13. An official despatch 3ust published gives details of the murder .of Morgan daal, who as an accredited delegate of the Central Peace Committee at Kroou stad went to tne iioer laager near Lindley in -January to try to induce Christian De Wet and his followers to surrender. The fuller particulars disclose the fact that Morgandaal was first flogged with, a sjambok, and then shot by De Wet's orders. He lingered in agony for 11 days. The details of the cowardly affair show that De Wet and Frone man, one of his staff, wre guilty of a brutal and cold-blooded murder, which has provoked more disgust among the burghers than' anything else that has occurred on either side during the campaign.
SIR HENRY COLVILE'S RETIREMENT. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
SIR HENRY COLVILE'S RETIRE MENT. London, March 13. A remarkable division list was re corded in the Commons yesterday, when the House by 2G2 .votes to 148 refused to grant a judicial enquiry into the reasons why Major General Sir Henry Colvile was called upon to resign his position in the army, and the charges of incompetence which he had made against* Lord Roberts's staff. Sir Charles Dilke, Mr. John Burns, Socialist member for Battersea, Mr. Charles Scott, editor of the 'Man- chester Guardian,' and nine other ra dical members voted with the Govern ment; and Mr. R. A. Yerburgh, Sir Frederick Milncr, and three other con servatives were on the opposing side.
THE ENEMY IN CAPE COLONY. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
THE ENEMY IN CAPE COLONY. London, March 13. Colonel n. B. De Lisle's mounted troops are now reported to be close on the heels of the Boer force under Com mandant Kruiteinger, which has been raiding the Cape districts south-east of Cradock. The enemy are doubling back towards Bedford, a town 20 miles from Cookhouse Station. Tho Boer commando under Scheepor has suffered a repulse at Murraysburg, 54 miles from Graaf Reinet, Cape Colo ny. Five of the enemy were killed in the fight.
DE WET'S MOVEMENTS. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
DE WET'S MOVEMENTS. London, March 14. Christian De Wet and his followers were on the 11th inst, located in coun try north of Bloemfontein, near the railway line, between Brandfort and Eensgevonden. The pursuing British columns, after a vast deal of heavy and rapid marching, are being refitted prior to making another combined movement in the hope of catching the enemy.
THE KING'S ACCESSION. London, March 14. [Received March 14, 8 p.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
THE KING'S ACCESSION. ' London, March 14. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received March 14, 8 p.m.] The Dnke of Abercorn, the Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, Earl Carrington, and Viscount Wolseley have been ap pointed special ambassadors to formal ly announce to foreign courts the in telligence of. the death of Queen Vic toria and the accession of King Ed ward VII. I In a 'Gazette' notification yesterday the King warmly thanks the senders of 2,000 floral wreaths to his mother's' funeral.
BRITISH COMMERCE. LORD SALISBURY'S OPINION. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
BRITISH COMMERCE. LORD SALISBURY'S OPINION. London, March 14. The Marquis of Salisbury delivered nn address yesterday at the annual banquet of the Associated Chambers of Commerce. Referring to the cry that the trade and industries of Great Britain were in peril, he declared that he personally had no fear in regard to them. He considered the so-called dangers of foreign competition to be very hypothetical. v ' Mr. Gerald William Baifour, Presi dent of the Board of Trade,- who also spoke. at the gather-ing, was less opti mistic. He alluded to the wonderful advance of commercial activity in Ger many and the United States, and warned the British manufacturers and merchants that they must look to their laurels.
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS KALGOORLIE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS KALGOORLJE. March 14. Another patch of extremely rich ore has been struck in the bottom of the winze going down on the boundary lode between Nos. 4 and 5 levels of the Golden Horseshoe Mine. Tlie stone is ^tud i!cd with lumps of tellunnc, and some of the rock is of sensationally high value. At No. 0 level the Ijouudary lode is expected to bo cut by the eastern crosscut in a few days. This lode has furnishril mo.-.t of the rich ore which has made the liime famous. At the Ivanhoe Mine men are still engaged cutting plats at No. 0 level and timbering- tlie pit. Crosscutting will be started towards the rnd of the month to open up the middle lode at So. 5 level. Tlie ore taken from the various faces i)f Patterson's workings is of average payable ?rado. The drives north on the south-cast lode nt Nos. 4 and 5 levels are also furnishing stone 'if good average value. Developmental work on the principal lodes in the upper Isvels is giving satisfactory results. Active prepa...
"STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT MINING." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
'STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT MINING.' To the liuitor. Sjir-_'A Miner, in his letter on this subject, has Ctime near the explanation of the dulnets of the snare market. The mine is managed by tne board oi directors and not uy ihe uianaKiv; '?'' that is only one reaion for the failure ot to many mines, anu ' a, seconu^ reason is perhaps more m.~ quently met .with, viz., incapable managers. Une hau oi tne managerr- have had little or.no prac tical experience iu mining. Tney have had a toirly good education, have. been to the School oi Mines, sind gained a lair amount of theory. Tney may liave posed certain examinations, and may huld certificates and write a goud report. One oi tiicm is engaged to lake charge oi a mine, and when he gels underground— to use the slang expression— 'hi: flcti't know where lie are.' It is Ju» iirst sight of the bowels of the earth, and he looks around in bewilderment, wondering whether ihe shaft will collapse before he can get to the top again. After a day or two he...
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
REPORTS. Mount Benson.— February 25:— Discovery Reef No. 1 Shaft, first slope carried in 13 ft. No. 1 shaft, 14 ft.; reef, 1 ft. Gold in these stopes not as good as in drive. Both walls hard dioritc. Re coup Lease — stopcu anu umuereu t ti. ; reei, jj ft Water Shaft-Sunk 5 ft. for fortnight Keel, 1 ft. 4 in., showing slight improvement in quality. E-.ery appearance of cutting cross reef in hangintr wall,' which should increase water supply. Cross Kcef— Has been opened up by shaft 30 ft., and un derlies into water shaft. Water shaft, ISO ft. deep from brace. Princess Royal.— February 28:— No. 1 Shaft Sunk further 8 ft.; total below 300 level, 35 Ground continues hard. 70 Level— Winze sunk 20 II.; total, S3. ikef li ft. Stone fair. Stopes above this level without change. 140 Level— N. drive on E. reef advanced 24 ft.; total,- 103. Ueef 10 in.; stone average. Winze on leg of-main reef sunk further 24 it.; total below level 35 fi. Payable reef 2 ft. wide. 220 Level— S. drive driven on c...
l'OLICK COUHTS. ADELAIDE: Thursday, March U. [Before Mr. J. Cordon. S.M.I [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901
POLICE COU11TS. ADELAIDE: Thursday, March 14. [Before Mr. J. Gordon. S.M.1 : James Murray was charged on the information of Sub-Inspector Hampton with having cut his throat at. Glenelg on March IU, with intent to feloniously, wilfully, and to maliciously kill him all. Kemandcd until March IS. ? Herbert Mase, alias Manning, and Charles Kcanij, were charged on the information of,Selina itogers, of AVestbourne Park,' with having on March 8 feloniously entered the house of informant and stolen a gold watch and chain, a clock, peu icnifc, a coin, eight earrings, four gold lockets, live silver brooches, purse, and silver cross, of the total value of £11 08. Id. Informant said she left her home on March S at about 11 a.m., and did not return until il.30 p.m. She found the door open, and the house in a state of disorder On making a search she missed the articles complained of, and noticed that the wire netting had been torn from one of the windows. A pawnbroker's assistant bought a pair of ...