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THE MAYORALTY OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE MAYORALTT OF ADELAIDE. . The; Returning Officer, Alderman . Jolfri; son, attended at the Tow» Hall oh Friday' at. noon, and the. Town Clerk read the fol lowing nominations for the extraordinary vacancy in the pthce of- .Mayor of Ade laide:— ..' ' .. ?'; Arthur Wellington Ware, of Robe terrace, Medindie,- licensed victualler, carrying 'on' business at Hindley street, Adelaide. :'.-'.'- ?*' William Jones, of Albermarle^ street,1 West Hindmarsh, late of Eagle-q«-the HiD/ gentleman.. ' ' . ':- .- ? Clement Wells, Aldennan of the, City of* Adelaide, and preseat Acting Mayor of the said city, gentleman. The Returning Officer said that no date had been filled in in the nomination paper of William Jones: The figures were 190 instead of 1901. He allowed, the nomina tion, but called public attention to the fact. A person named Hughes rose and cried out 'I challenge that.' Alderman Johnson summarily sat on this individual, although he said he was Mr. Jones's agent. Alder man Johnson said i...

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A MATTER OF MONEY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

A MATTER 01 MONEY, To. the Editor. : Sir— The telegrams from , Sydney last week .informed' us that. . th.e!. $e\V: South -AVales;Sil\Ter League had held meetings. dis- cussing currenev matters, but the tnost'iin jwrtant-1 question wiin mat party sterns, w have been the proposed abolition of the, 10s: gold coin and tlie introduction ;pf aV 10s: paper.' note instead. Have' we' riot 'already too many dirty note's in- circulation ?..Lbn? don' his; minted us quite long enough out of-date coins, amd made us pay too dearly, for them. England and the colpiiiev se cond to. none of the givat 'commercial pa,' tions, require a new currency. In. that re spect ant2 are far behind countries of .misio.r importance, and now is. our .time, to p'ut away old-time' customs and have a mint of pur.o'wn'.'. We have gold, silver, and copper, .enough to supply England as well as pur selves with good coins. This matter is im portant .enough to be made, a leadjng! ques- tion; Australia should take it in hand t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

- . SHIPPING 0HIE2TT LINE. The following Steamships (upder Royal .Mail tfentzac^vrill leave Adelaide (Lirgs Bay) at 2 Jjjn, on the undermentioned dates for ELY JfjOLTH pnd, London, via Kremantle, Colombo (transhipping for .all Indian ports), Suez Cans], Naples, Marseilles, and Gibraltar:— ? ' : JOBUBA;.... 5857 J. Linklater Mar. 7. .. .?AUSTRAL... 6524 C. Nicholson, R.N.B. Mar.;21. j»CUZCO..... 331S F. S. Symdns, R.X.R. Apl. 4. »QMBAH. ... 8291J. F. Riithvcn ' Apl. 18: .,- i And fortnightly thereafter *Via Hobart .from EMney.— ? - . y . r EALOOIf TO LONDOX-Single, £38 10/ to £77. :.:... Return, '£71 ? 10/ fo' £121; Whird Class, £17 7/, £19 13/,' £20:16/. j.v\ % 6ALOOK TO COLOMBO-Siriglc, £24 ,4/ to £33. ,f ' . .. .. Return,. £36 8/Vto ;£49.10/. ; WESTERN*. AUSTRALIA. - - SStloon, £6 H .to £7 14/; Third, £3 tl7/. . ^Passages from any. poit .can. be. prepaid here. 'RETURN TICKETS (First .Saloon) between1 IN» {H3RCOLONIAL PORTS..ato now available for re tSrn.by-P. and 0. and ^LM, .Comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

WCODV1LLE. '' Morning, 11— Rev. J. Thome. Eveningj -7— Rev. W; H. Hofe. ? LENELG, Moseley street.— Morning, II, Rev. W. Jeffries; Evening, 7, Rev. W. (j. Clarke. ? Con^regationali STOW- MEMORIAL CHURCH. ' Rev. Joseph Robertson, M.A., ' ' at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Onmniunion at close of Morning's Servite. ; ? TrrHsZo jf A :R.S..HtS.Q_U. ,A.^R ,.E,— -D- ? Rev. S. Lenton at 11 a.m- (Communion) , wd 7 p.m., 'Walking, by Faith.' ; ? ? BROUGHAM .PlfACE, NORTH ADELAIDE. ' jSbniihffJ it; Evening, 7. . ' ' ?--;:'. - ,-;- DR. JEFFERIS: ? CL A YTIlS Z, Cll U *R C H. : .11 and T^Rev. HenryjG.Nicholls. _ MANTHORPE MEMORIALTUNLEY ROAD.-' Pastor, 11 and 7. Morning, Communion. 'priSE~PARK.—Rcv7~Lconard Robjobns,~ B.A. XV h— .'My Mother and ;my- Brethren;' Com munion. -7^-SpecJal Course, of- SoimbM .on -'The Light of the _VVorld.'^_ I. Playing with_ the Light. MED1SD1E CONGREGATIONAL CtiURCU. __ll:and V._Ref._P. R._Hiley.^ ? 1 Ulsc TTINDMARSH.— Rev. Thos: Hope, 11 and 0.30. -D-' Morning, Communion. ? G ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

*fl Gained Flesh Ra|jdly.^ If You Are Run Down, Losing Strength, Are Creatly Debilitated, arid Suffer from the Long, Hot Summer, There Ts one Medicine That Will. Quickly Cure You. It is Ayer's Sarsaparilla Mr. A. -Smith, pf Chief Street, Biompton, So. Australia, very kindly, sends us . Sib following letter with his photograph, both of which are given here.' , '£ I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla for loss of appetite, indigestion,' and to give tone and vigor to my system when training for bicycle facing. I only used three bottles ; but ifcwas enough, to Improve my appetite and thoroughly restore my strength and health. I also gained flesh rapidly to my normal weight. .''Ar a blood-purifier and general tonic for those who are affected by the long, hot stunmers of Australia there is no medicine like it' It is because oi such testimonials that Ayer's Sarsaparilla is called 'The World's Greatest Family Medicine.' We could show you hundreds of such letters as this. They all say that Ayer's ...

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ECHOES FROM LONDON. They are the abstract and Brief chronicles of the time. LONDON, January 25. UNITED ACTION BY THE BISHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

ECHOES UOii LONDON.. .They are tbe abstract* and .. Brief chronicles, of the time. [From our Special Correspondent.] LONDON, January 25; UNITED ACTION BY; THE BISHOPS. Thirty-three BisJhopa of ttie 'Church oi England have addressed, an encyclical, let ?ter to the clergy upon the subject. of ritual. United action Is'urzed. and the clerev are called upon- to eserase more zeal ana faithfulness in the discharge of the solemn obligations of churchmen. Those entrust ed witih the goveritouent of church' affaits— . the document continues^ — have felt grave Anxiety regarding certain points to' .which, recent' cirwrniatances have given promi* nence; llhe duty of guidance being en trusted to the Bishops, they cannot escape the responsibility, and they have a right to lull upon 'the clergy to submit themselves lo .the godly admonitions and judgments ot' those set over them. Those who refuse are Getting up a non-Episcopal form, of govern ment, and are not guided by Catholic prin ciples. . '''??....

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

To the Editor. . ' Sir— Tan-play s' letter demands a reply. It iisnot true, -as he states, tlhat myself and pacty 'always -make this early closingab solutelv- the strongest plank in their plat iorni.:. .', Jlousenoia. sunrage, non-anemiuon of Crown lands, and factories legislation I consider .of ever so much greater import ance, strongly as I favour early closing. I defy 'Fairplay' to produce a single utter ance of mine in favour- of 'what he char acterizes as '.'tliis tyrannical Act' as it now stands. 71 will refer him to &« secretary and president. of the Early -Closing Asso ciation: for .proof that -,I denounced the al terations'-made in che Bill at the instigation of Mr. Sandford.and said they were getting a -Hill tjliat would, please neither /the em ployers, the 'assistants, nor the public. If there is a semblance of fairjilay in your correspondent's composition he 'will tender .me -an apology over his own proper signa ture, and tihen the public will know if he is one w...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

To the Editor. Sir— 'No argument ,or intimidation 'can iffectthe fact 'that- in 'a subtropical country such as' this a great deal of the shopping is done in the evenings, and' more particu larly on Saturday evenings, tor two rea sons?— (1) ecolness; L2) freshness, of - fooc supplies. Some .people say the. pubiac wil accommodate --itself to- this condition of ?things. No doubt if. certain conditions, were to arise the public would accommo date itself to eat grass. ' Ia'a besieged town the beleagured inhabitants use tlremselves to circumstances that would appal the most unhappy amongst .us. While .sympa thizing with tihe employes, the small shop keepers, and the aggrieved, public, I. pro pose that the shops be closed at 12 o'clock on Saturday .and ' reopened from 7 to 9- -or 9:30- p.m.- The' ;assis tanfs will therefore have six or seven hours' recreation apd- only about two' hours' employment in' the evening. I should imagine that the Volume ,'of ' trade' done then would be' immense^ ...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

To the Editor. . : Sir— As the daughter of a poor man, I think the ills derived, from Saturday, after noon closi*«j :vre. more imaginary than real. Mv father does nut cret iwiid till about 12 o clock on Saturday morning, and we have been' able to manage without inconvenience therefrom. Of course, there may have been a small article we have forgotten to' obtain when shopping, which, had. the .shops been open' oh'baturday 'aftefriooiij we should have* procured; but' this omission' one week helps us hot 'to omit unvthing -the next: And, surely, when we realize what a bless-' wig this half-holiday must meau to shop Essistants— who are in close shops-, standing many hours in atmosphere anything lbut pure,- 'without an; afternoon a week of .free-, dom. on which they might obtain a little fresh' auf--~eahnofc:;vve try to.be a little mir selfish ifmeeded; although , all 'that is re quired will'-be'iVQiry^ihsignificaht'i ? If tlie employers_=had chosen ?..Wednesday., instead of Saturdayf'the...

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MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

MELBOURNE, March 1. A large number of officers of the Post and Telegraph Department , to-day, at the ;jivitation of the manager, in a large o eras ing room at the head office, and on the-x&- reipt of a prearranged signal,' united with their fellow officers , in all the federated ranitals in singing the national antnem in celebration of their becoming a fedora' de partment. CSieers were given for the King and the' Commonwealth, 'and also for Mr. Deakin, who was present.

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A MAYOR IN COURT. ALTERCATION AT A SALEROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

A MAYOR IN COURT. ALTERCATION ' AT ;A SALEROOM: At the City Police Court on Friday Wil liam BligTit, Mayor of Hindmarsh, f')yas diarged,. on the , information -of;1 William Henrv/WrigLt, with having/used abusive words towards him -with intent to provoKe a breach of the peace. . The offence was.al legedto have been.. commit ted at a saleroom in Gilbert plice on February 11. The case washeard by Meisrs. J. Gordori'.'S.M.; W. Drin' J.. Hllditch, P. Addisbn, and H. V. Pridiiiore. Sir Josiah Symon, K.G., repre sented Wright, and Mr. J. R. Aridersbn the dei'endant. According tp the evidence ^of the complainant a^n altercation first 'topic place 'at a sale of hides at.JElder, Smith'-s rooms. Blight had' bid 5d.j- and: after some hesitation Wright went' Jd. higher. This ; ]}light resented;'' sta'tingf/that -lie had riiade the purehase,i 'but' Wright insisted,;and.it was then- alleged^. that the defendant 'called the complainant'' a' '.'^i^ tinkferi^-arid ,added, : -(lt's; dnly the- fear-bf ...

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MUSINGS OF A MUSICIAN. THE TEMPLE OF THE MUSE I. To the Elysian shades Dismiss my soul, where no carnation ladies. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

MUSINGS OF A MUSICIAN, [By Brj-eeson Treliarne.] THE ;TEMP1lE i O^THE MUSE : !? ??:? ? '-'- !-:: ';' it-Hip the'iEJysiaii'sliadia . '''.-'? Dismiss my. soul, S where ncrairnation, lades. . *? ' '-?':-'?. -??'. v1-,';:--v:'-/-:;'jii;r:» f-^^-i'j.— l'opc- It was'a hbt;-8ultrj''j torrid' afternoon' in the. heart-Cofcsunimer-iWhen..fl?;wexid'ed m- stei)s along the shore deeply oppressed witu the lamentable comnuisioh of . having to muse, Decause.the.feeling is liable to sucn aD iio,mal.misconstiuction.;;In this community of- conventionalities all verbal; complexities have been stereotyped into mere coaerency, and consequently it is extrerriely hai-d now adays, to be iocoherentT^-ilnioot impossible— and if briecannot be incoheient ho)vcan one be expressive? :Musi6. has taught us : that suggestion is more expressive than declara tion, and'if is only irieoherericy in' the world of letters' that 'can ever open tiie field ior suggestion and conjecture. . Jlutnogroupingof words is incoherent ...

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CYCLING ON THE SEMAPHORE JETTY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

GYCLIJifG ON THE SEJUPHOREV JETTY.5 ? ?--??./ ' To the^ Editor. - . bir— With all due dfeferenceio'its bh'giriai'i Mr, 1 have no hesitation in) saj-ing that; tl\e,,- ?taragraph m 'The tRegister' of 'March ? 1 refehing. to 'the army. of -.wheelmehvdailv increasing is very raucn exaggerated. One Iwould. imagine that' the ' Semaphore'- Jetty J was crowded with a seething mass of suf fering humanity, through -whose' sernedi ranks an army of cyclists'' careered, like Cossacks, leaving a track of 'mangled bo--, (lies,: the gore from which'itrickled thro-ighj ?tJie crewces i of the deck', crimfeoding - the ' tide, while the shrieks of the wounded cut tlie shivering-air and made the welkin ring'-' from. the shore to the horizon, andrall'tfts region round; about. The' fact is'thit some half-dozen bathers'who live at 'a ? dis* J jtance ride; down the jetty, before ;: 7 a;rii.,. ;wlien very few people are about, ?onlrdur-'-' ang business hours there ?is'!acoriipa'ratively:v deserted thoroughfa...

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MARINE BOARD. Thursday, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

IHARINE BOARD. Thursda v. I'cbniarv 28. . PresenfT-TliD president, Mr. T..N.,Stepliens,..:at\4 Warden^ Hamilton, Phillips,- Berry, QUattQii, r ai& * Kcill. .. ' ?'.-... ;. .- -?; .- (? ?.'?'{I' ??'???? '*-. - The president. reported 'that some 'months ago uHcnuon.was orumi io me anapiauted- c-ondiUQti', ot.thc ltenmurk Wharf, and it-was stitca ? thit there was a probability, of the' structure fallitisi into the : water 'and obstructing - traffic: '- Some* doubt existed. as. to the. ownership of the. wharf,. and subsequently the. board was .notified by. ilia;' Crown Solicitor /that the .Government could tak« ? possession. , Tlie Government did so, 'and repair^ having been, effected it 'wa^ suv'Besliiii'tliilt flul Hurine Board should tak'c cojitrol.' ' It' ; vras ' res al v«* i cd to do so.-' - -?? ?'?'- ----I - - i:-.-.';--y,--';.-.' ? i. . , ' - The Kngineer-in-C3iief- riotifled - tliat tlie ise'ptuns Island light should be' ready : on ^October J. ,- ?-' -,. A resident ot B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

PROPERTIES WANTED Eighteen words In 'The Register' and 'The Even big Joaaal' la.; three toertibns Si. 6d,' prepaid FREEHOLD INVESTMENTS. ' WANTED shortly for Clients, PROPERTIES up to few thousands, COTTAGES, VILLAS. SUOR\ *c, can be submitted. Must be good and sound. ,T. E. POWELL, ? .29. GBEUFELL STREET. - Telephone 118C ? Mvse _ TOUET fcghtetn ?words te 'The Beetster'' and 'TheEvea- tof Journal' Is.;- three insertions 2a. 6d.. prepaid. 'rOTY.-B, ? Grote street, nOUSE, Six. Booms, \J every convenience, first-class condition. Rent, 17s.; key 87. ? '^'^ . /^LENELC— ' ro LET, a FURNISHED COT IX TAGE of 'i Rooms, airy, clean, for the month of March, near beach and train; moderate. Address Mr. Miller, Miller's Corner. a60 3 ipLENELG-Corner Augusta and Elbe streets.— nJT VILLA RESIDENCE, 8 Koonw, newly papered, JBath, Pantry, 22s. 6d. Charles Birks. affltac |riLENELG.-'\VAtDO,' AUhorpe place, NINE (U ROOMS, well furnished, from middle Fob {ruary-. Hall Henderson, 21, King William street...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

AUOTIONS r TO-DAY, (Saturday), at 10. Di W. M E L V I N will offer, at the . CENTRAL AUCTION MART, V4MANOS, Suites, Bedsteads, Bedding, Couches, Cols, Office Desks, Curtain poles,1 Tables, ? Chuirs, .Mirrors Carpets, Picture*, floor cloth, and GtAtUAL KLRNlTURr. Timber, bhtlvins, Fittings, Drawers, Mips, Books, \\ nipping paper, betting JUchines, ; Plunjrc Bath, Siowi.to, BicjUes, Linen press, Pigeonhole-, Copper, Tennis Sri, a'ram, Fani.}, Household, and Msccllancous _ - Goods.' j-XTnd^r Distraint— Safe, ? Mirror. Table, Bed stead, Bedding, Household Sundries. # MONDAY, March 1, at 11. D. W. M E L V I N 1 will absolutelj sell. l-\ order of the Mortgagees, 'Vithout reserve, at the CENTRAL AUCTION MART, ? Xcase of Part T \ ]72, Ujymouth street, Ade laide, hating .i fronUpo of 70 it. bj S3 ft » in. to side road, with tliereon 1 Stone Two storv Warehouses, *c. Period, ;« years, from ? October -0, 1SSI; 10 \care at £ifl and 11) je-irs at £.«-) per annum, and ntc Oceupints, S \ Mntuil St...

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ANGLO COLONIAL NOTES. LONDON, January 25. THE AUSTRALIAN MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

ANGLO^OLONIAL NOTES. [From our Special Correspondent.] LONDON, January 25. ?'the ?' AustRalun v.iiaiLs. ' The two -Aveeks? mSils :brought from Ausr tralia in the P. '&'O. Company's steamer Australia ivas sent forward even more ex ?Deditiouslv than usual, and were delivered in London and the. subuitbs early on Sa turday evening, January 19. The receipt of a double 'batch of correspondence kept ?the mercantile houses and banks busy for 'a longer thne than ordinary on' Monday, but beyond tha't little inconvenience was caus ed by the Ormuz. mishap. By the way, 1 have 'been requested to call the attention of coirespondents tp- the fact that the fee for jibstcards, dispatched from your end is lid.- and .not !ld. ' ,It is quite a: common thing, for the .'. receivers of Lthese 'missives in the mother country ;'ta be balled up£n to pay ! a surcharge of it penny representing short postage and tine. EASTERX TELEGRAPn CO1IPAXV. The report and accounts of the directors of this flourishin...

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REPORTED FOR SIMILAR SUFFERERS' BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

REPORTED FOR SIMILAR SUFFERERS5 iEXETIT.; Quite close, to the Glenolg Railway;: Sta tion, South Adelaide, - a reporter 'found No. 10 Halifax Street, the -liome- of '^Mre: Maria Fitzp'atriuk^ and asked for- lhatla'fljv J! ortunaieiy, -at ra. a ltzpatnek was at; hoinp, though busy ; yet not so busy but she coulfi spare a few lhiuutes to {confirm the; report we.had heard of the grtaf oiire from'.'clangcr ous- sickness she had expericne'ed. V :\Qu'f reporter tells the story in the lady's/own words: — ' .'/ ?? .;-'u-1'-:.-:, -.;.' f-w:,- ' We were both sick and at death's door— my husband aud I; it was touch and: go which of us wnuld bo', taken first. As: it shanccd I was the .one. to survive.. We weVe living in Grote Street at the time, andwlicn I left my bed of sickness I was little more tiiau. a physical wreck. I was utterly run down, weak, weary, and.despondent. I had oecri seven weeks in bed with a most dan- ? serous illness, and when -I found my feet I ivas little more than the sha...

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CINDERELLA UP TO DATE. RACY NOTES ON WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

GipE^iiI^rfP|Q-])^^ -RACY NOT-I^-G^iV^TE^ :mf&#®$t A ?tra\-elled^fri^*.a;3gu:M!!Ae'-3;;sh(!i)l(K find an idell!.climate;;!in-' Western .AU^twliaU In search ^f. .the Mealf ijVent' %e^?;'/i,That' 1-a'm inotjthtere^now/ls an^il'dicatibn '!tmti sne-^iaear eva.qea.-me. -un ^ ?«»«? -(rouineiap in? thejvyin'ter, ;thVd^;;Hght. air; js.;aS a Jtom^TaS d^i&ii'lie-lungs.Tind^ as cliampagneyto^Jlie lieaUhyjybjat^hfe'tSuraraef is 1,'crupl.'il\'|Tlie'. air ;^ht'rt'::'ife ;rin-stly dust-- fine,' .' peiutmting' dust/wMch'filjs'eyerjv.cbme^^ ,the' iouse,^ and [grinds^awiy -''the Interior' tissues' of. tlie body,;uhH£:thB'doctor steps inland. oilers aiiilminediate~'sea voyage. ;-^'his expiairis, wh'y' ? 60 fmany ;7'fielders' ? aife \ conttiinti y comingf.eiBti?i';. Add . ,extrenJe/heatr -fccrj' tha dusti: and : -confine both . -Ini iivsnkll. iron; housejraniTyou.liave;the;.tosditionsSv]iich manyi- are^ bravely tryirigftoTendure. . :, ;..- ' ' -.':'; ?; {-)'?? SEASIDE AND^KPRIlESf. - '-...

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Friday, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

Friday, March 1. Tn following - sales are ? officially reported :— At lO.a.m.-B.H.-'Watcr, 25/; Norths, 17/6; Sul phide Corporation, 15/; Associated (£), 62/r Brownhill Junction; 3}d.; Great Boulder, 24/6, 24/4V; Tarcqola-Enterprise, 3/9. : .- ? ? : At;12 noon— Sulphides,-15/; North Queensland Tin, £102; G.B.' Perseverance. (C), £.7; South Kalgurli, (C)., 51/; Brownhill .Central, 3/3; Croesus Proprie tary, 2/1; Oroya South, 6d.; Queen Marga'ret,'3'10. At; ? 3 p^.^-Chillagoe^ 29/9; Mount .'GunKm' (con.), 2/10; Sliding^ Rock. 6/ ; South (paid), - ai/3;South (con.), 19/9, 20/; South Block (paid), 6/1;. Sulphide Corporation, .15/3; : Great :Boulder' Main Itcef -:(C), 41/3, 41/; Associated Northern, ?-?/?; ??-.:;' ?;?_;?;?-??:? ?_?_.. ? - , .v.;; ?.?-.»;

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