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INVENTION AND PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
INTENTION AND PATENTS. ' [Compiled for the Chamber of Manufactures and 'The; Register'. by .Messrs. CoUi£oh.& Co., licens ed patent agents.] . . j--: '. ?.-..?— - ,-. Applications for the week ended February- 23, juui:— a new or. improved velocipede, _H. Ulaae. No. 0950; improvements in and relating to export crates' for' rabbits ' and similar animals ? (provi sional), W. M. 'Mcllwrick, No. 6951; improve ments .in or- relating ? to electro-pneumatic . con* - trollins ; systems, . E.: R.. Hill, Jfo. 0052; improye tnentg.in the treatment of sulphuretted ores (pro visional), W. Tejfer, Xo., 6953; improved condens ed or. desiccated milk and process and apparatus or' preparing the same, J. H. & C.E Campbell, No. G054; improvements in containing vessels, the : American Tobacco - Company, No. 6953: an im proved attachment for bicycles for securing there to rifles, sporting guns, and other articles, A. G.r ackson, No. V950; an improved combined hand larrdw or track and eleva...
MONEY ORDERS IN THE WEST. PERTH, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
MONEY ORDERS IN THE WEST. PERTH. March 1. The gold export for February, including Mint returns, amounted to 135,497 oz., against 117,849 oz. for. the corresponding month of last year. The February return of the savings bank shows that the balance to the credit of de positors stands at £1,455,868, or £29,357 more than for the' previous month. During last month the sum of £26,660 was remit ted from the State by means of money orders. The total was distributed as fol lows: — London, £3,000; South Australia, £3,000; Victoria, £13,021: New South Wales, £5,000; Queensland, £500; Tas mania, £1,000; India, £43; and Madras, £1,090.- The revenue for February was £254,514. as against £240,119 for February of last year.
BUILDING SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
BUILDING SOCIETIES. -Petersburg Starr-Bowkett Society.— The sixth an nual meeting, of the' members -was held in. the lodge room, town ' hall, Petersburg, on Monday evening. There was a fair attendance. Mr. Heard occupied me cnair. ine cnairman moved me adoption of the report and balance sheet. Mr. Passmore seconded. Mr. Grosuh moved that the same be not adopted without further particulars, a: the working expenses allowed were pot sufficient, ilr. D. Johnson seconded. . The motion was even- . tually carried. Messrs. ;R. A. Ridgewuy- and E. Uudland were elected directors, and Messrs. A. E. Morphett and J. B. Hpran were re-elected auditors. Mr: Whittle-.'.moved— 'That jn future balance sheets a statement of the number of shares under notice of withdrawal be added.' Mr. Woodward seconded. Carried.'. At a -special general meeting the alteration of rules'was adopted. An appro- , printion meeting was-held at, the conclusion, of .the business. Mcasrsj. Whittle and Hoile were appoint sd scru...
THE NEW HEBRIDES. APPEAL TO THE NEW ZEALAND PREMIER. WELLINGTON, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
THE NEW HEBRIDES. APPEAL TO THE NEW ZEALAND PREMIER. WELLINGTON. March 1. A deputation from the .General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church waited ujkmi the Premier, Mr. Seddon, with reference to the situation in the New Hebrides. The new .KoDie JUacKenzie aescn&eu tne me thods of the French in acquiring lands in exchange for muskets, ammunition, and to bacco on indefinite boundaries; and also the looting by the French of a store of an. Englishman engaged in missionary work. The Premier stated that in January he sent a memoranduin to. the Federal Pre mier urging the necessity for on enquiry. He was unable to understand by what au thority the British naval officer could make an. award there on the question of the French title to land. He had suggested' to Mr. Barton that he urge the Secretary of State for the Colonies to appoint a com inisgion to enquire into the complaints, and that the Chief Judge of the native land court of New Zealand should be a member; also that a Brit...
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London, March 1. Yesterday as the Emperor . William and his wife were driving in tne streets of Berlin their carriage narrowly es caped being run into by an electric tramcar. A petition, promoted - by the tempe rance party and pro-Boers to unseat Mr. John. ScurraU Randies;, the con servative member for the Cockermouth Division of Cumberland, has been dis missed with costs. Mr. Randies at the general election defeated the former liberal member, Sir Wilfrid^ La'wson' Bart., by 4,27(5 votes against-4,0G7. The death occurred yesterday, at the age of 33, of His Honor Judge William Evans, Judge of County Courts in Mid Wales since 1S07. Mr. Evans went on a Commission to Australia in 1893.
CHILLING AND FREEZING OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
OHILLINU AND b'KEEZlXG Ok' .MEAT. During this excessively sultry weather .loua'ewires find it difficult to preserve from taint for a few hours meat taken direct from a refrigerator. An authority on the question told a representative of 'The li;gister' that meat required for daily con sumption only required to be chilled and not frozen. He says most of the meat is s|K-iled when it comes .into the cold cham ber. When you freeze meat you contract all tiw tissues, and when the heat comes in contict with the extreme cold the pores: of the meat open and the blood comes away from it. The chilling process does not contract anything. Of course if you chill meat that is bad it is always bad. The only thing that you do is to keep trie odours in the meat, but ;u- soon as it comes in contact with the heat the gases are at once relieved. Chilled meat will last suffi ciently long for any ordinary puiiKwe. 'I'oe grail idea is to have a dry atmosphere. The moist air is the cause of articles going wr...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
VICTORIA* MEUJOURjNE, March 1. An application was made to the -Marine Board to-day for a refund to the Orient Company of £22 10s. pilotage,' and paid to the pilot in charge of the Ormuz at the time ot her collision with, tne ismauia. The board decided that an application should be made to the pilot who received the fee. .' A special meeting of Cabinet ;will be held on Tuesday to consider the case of Edward Nash, who is 'lying under sentence of death for wife murder. . .-?.? ? The total number of old-age pensions paid to-day throughout Victoria totalled 8,400. The pensions averaged a little ever. 7s. . 6d. a we;k, or at the rate of about' £170,000 a year. As all claims io'r pensions have not yet been dealt with, this sum will De largely increased by the end of the month.
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
REPORT.:. -Aew Mount Grainger.— February 2-:— Cut a -lit- tle soakage of water to-day in underlay chamber from the 20 level at. '50. ft. Hardly think it can be main bodv, of. water, because we have cut it sooner man expecieo. £.xpcci 10 &cnu iz ions ui ore to Petersburg :fpr. treatment at end of week. .. Tarcoola .Blocks. — Fortnight, February 14:— Ded- man's tunnel driven 4J ft. ; total, 06J. Only one shift of men 'engaged on this tunnel, but since re ceiving instructions to proceed with their shaft I : have three shifts working reef, two in tunnel ... and one . sinking. Slmfl down 8 ft. directly, on the . lode, and ehould reef maintain its value as proved in. tunnel shaft will pay its own expenses. Fabian's Shaft sunk 142 ft.- Though. we are still working in quartzitc water, is coming in more fully, and I am afraid influx of water will entail labour and expense in sinking to desired depth. Quartzite bar is chan;-. ing at end of shaft, and water is coming in with most freed...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
NEW SOUTH. WALES. SYDNEY, March 1. James Culley, a bootmaker, residing at Darlington, was found at about 2 o'clock this morning in an unconscious condition at the University Gardens. ? He was received at cue i rmce. -aiir-rct iiospiiai, . wnere a medical examination showed him- to.be suf fering from a fractured. jaw, a fractured skull, and other injuries. Everything points to Culley having been, brutally assaulted. He remained unconscious all day, and no hope of !iis recovery is entertained. Sir. William Lyn^ stated '? to-night that there was no present- intention of appoint ing a commercial agent to London. Mr. Barling, a member of the Public Service Board, was about to visit London on a holi day, and. he will investigate matters at the Agent-General's office, and report to the Government regarding the best means of reorganizing it. BROKEN HHjL, March 1. An extraordinary meeting of shareholders in the Diamond Jubilee Mining Company last night 'unanimously decided' to volun tarily w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
JACK MYERS, MEMBER VICTORIAN CLUB, SYDNEY TATTER SALL'S, AND TATTERSALL'S CLUB, ADELAIDE, will attend Melbourne for V.R.C. Newmarket and Cup meetings. Straight out or S.P. all Events. _ All communications addressed Victorian . Club or Racecourse on Kaeedays. No reply,' no business. n1
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. KALGOORLIE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
AUSTitAIil'AN ' TELEGRAMS. KALGOORUE, March 1. The eastern crosscut at 1,000 tt. level in uropK-, man's Boulder has -been . driven 100 ft., from the shaft, prpBressat the rate of 50 ft. a fortnight having been made. A partial clean up of 370. tons of sands cyanided by the new plant. has given' satisfactory results. -The- complete return will be, available in a fortnight. A 100-ton parcel of dirt, taken from the company's Marvel lease has been crushed -for' a yield, of 29 oz,.12'dwt. ; . At the Ivanhoe they have holed through the middle lode of Patterson's and Urj'sdalc's. Shafts. Cutting: the plats. at- No., 6 level in Patterson's, Shaft is proceeding, and crosscu'tting will be in full swing in a few weeks. The lodes are opening up satisfactorily in various levels, and ore of a good arerage value is being broken from all the working faces.'- ':
BULLION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
BULLION RETURNS. Mount Charlotte.— Month, February:— Crushed 4S0 tons for 244 oz. of gold. Broken Hill Proprietary Block 14.— Week, March 1:— Ore treated, 621 tons sulphides, -189 tons car bonates, producing 182 tons bullion, containing 13,500 oz.' silver. Baker's Creek.— 512 tons crushed for 367 oz. 6 dwt. smelted gold. '
MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A PROMISING COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
UMING D* SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A' PROMISING COPPER MINE. .The Sliding Rock manager wrote on February 26:— 'Supplementing my .letter of February 24, I am gratified, to know that samples, .&c., arc ex citing some show of interest in Adelaide, and I am sure, if the mine could only be seen as I sec it, or if I could adequately, describe it excite ment would ? be intense. It is so far from the, ordinary run of copper shows that common phrase ology usual in'rc'ports cannot describe it. lam. sending a case of specimens by this train taken. 26 ft. from shaft. These, will give you a more correct idea of the ? thing than anything I can; Write.' r ? , .. - -. ,;.,v .- ., ... ;'.. L ': '? ?'.,.
WAUKARINGA, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
WAUKARINGA. February ig* Mining matters-are apparently about toexpen-, ehce a revival. Mr. Ormsby, a well-known mining authority, passed through ,- here last week from. Eukaby.' where a silver deposit is believed to exist. The Bafatta country is only half prospected, and . tra'ces-of gold, silver, and copper have been dis covered at .various times. Four men are now work ing on- the old alluvial field known as 'John- son's Rush.' , '
BRINKWORTH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
BRIXKWORTH RACES. The Brinkworth races -held in Mr. G. wooldnd-; ge's paddock resulted as follows:— ' ' ';? , Handicap Hurdle Race— W. Young's Sympathy. O'oung), 1; M. Casey's Goldfield. (1L. Williama;, ^y- (B. Fry), 1; II. Williams's .ilillstream (II. Williams), 2; 8 starters.— Brinkworth' ' Han'dicap^ E. Welch's Starligh't (B. Fry), 1; H. Williams's lllmonite (Williams), 2; 4 . starters.— Handicap 'Trot— T. Foreman's Fly (E. Woodrufie), 1; C. Bemand's Ploughbby (Bernand), 2f'C starters.— Handicap Pony Race— A. Wilde's Tommy (O'Grady) 1; A. Arbon's Selma (Young) 2; 5 starters.— 'Fede- ration nandicap— J. Carter's Ruby (Fry). 1; H. Williams's lllmonite (II. Williams). 2; 5 starteis. There' were about 200 persons present. The races passed. off well on. the whole, but the weather was against a good attendance. AH the races were well contested except the Trotting Race, which was a farce, as .the stewards were called together and gave Fly the first position, though he(f) broke ten yards...
OVERSEA SHIPPING. London, March 1. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
OVERSEA SHIPPING. . London, March 1. ARRIVALS. At United Kingdom. — Kent, steamer, from Adelaide November 19; Loch .Cfarry. ship, from Melbourne October 29; Loeh Kyan', ship, from Melbourne. November 1; Kakaia, s,teanier, from -Napier December 11 ; LLsmorc. ship, from Melbourne Oc-itober 20; Morayshire, steuner, from TowTisvjlle November 22; Glenbum, ship, from Lyttel ton November 12; Port Elliot, steamer, from Melbourne November 29. At Bremen. —Grosser Kurfurst, steamer, from Sydney Januarj- 15. DEPARTUREaS. For Sydney. — Yarrawonga. steamer, from London; St. George, stqamer, from New York: Orontes, Spfiitchcock, and St. Zqhoe. Y-or' Melbourne. — -Thornhill, steuner, from Antfrverp; Finland, ship, from GotSienburg. For Freniantle.— Arnold.
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. THE CABINET AND THE TARIFF QUESTION. MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. THE CABINET AND THE TARIFF ?QUESTION. MELBOURNE,' March 1. Writs for the federal elections were issued to-day. There is no lack of c;indi datcs' for both the Senate and House of Representatives, and the majority of them are actively prosecuting the election campaign. With few exceptions the candi dates generally approve of the federal policy as declared by Mr. -liarton, and therefore the elections will be decided more by the i^rsonal merits of the candidates than bv the merits of political opinions ex pressed. . Nevertheless the protectionist and revenue tariff organizations in Vic toria are fighting hard for the principles which they believe in, and they intend to do all they can to prevent the seats being lost through the splitting up of votes. Speaking last night at ColHngwood under tlie auspice? of the Protectionist Associa tion' Mr. .Deakin, the Attorney-General of the Commonwealth, said it had been per sistently rumoured that the tariff question would not 1«...
TEROWIE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
TEROWIE RACES.. A successful race meeting was held hero' on February 27 in Mr. Charles Harris's 'paddock, about one mile south of the township. Two pro tests were entered and upheld by. the stewards. itcSUlis,— -xiuruiea — nuuiuuii, a, ,iucai, i..t. icfuuiu: passed the winning post first, but was disqualified or missing a hurdle: Trial Stakes— Sir John, 1; Tomboy, 2; five started. Terowie Handicap, Mag gie Moore, 1; Sir 'John. 2; four .'started r woij fatsily. '? Handicap Trot— Chateau, 1; Doll, '2;' six started. Flying Handicaps-Pauline, 1;' Sir John, 2; six started. Hacks— Lady Hopetoun, 1; sL\ started. The course was in splendid order and -there was a total abesnee of dust: