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AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. ' MELBOURNE, Mlrch 1. Wheat to-day was firm at 2/SJ to zjis$ tor prompt or near delivery and 2/l» for forward delivery up to June, but holders were not very willing Jn sell forward. Flour com manded £ll to £0 5/. Bran brought OJd. to 10d., and pollard lOd. to 10i-l. Prime malting barley was linn up to 3/3. Algerian feed oats sold at 1/0 to l/6i, and prime milling 1/8A. Maize was quiet at ii'Ji ? eiiatt sold at 40/ to 55/. Potatoes- were nnmiiul at £2 to £11 10/. Onions went off at £4 10/ to £4 15/. Rusiness in tea covered ]--5 packages of Ceylon at fid. to Sd., 50 chests ? of Indian at Ik!., 150 chests Indian at 1/2, CO half cases of panyon at 5Jd., and 250 qr.-ehests of S.O.' |K-koe at Sd. Currants were quiet at 8Jd. to Hid.; Mildura sultanas sold at S\d. Ling was in good demand, and firm at -Id. to 7Jd. American cod was at-tivc, sales covering 100 boxes at 4d.. SJd., and 5?d.: salt salmon brought Gd.; tinned salmon was active. Canarysced realized £23 13/11). He...
TRADE AND FINANCE. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
TRADE AND, FINANCE. WOOL. Messrs. Mcllwraitb, MeEacharn, ? & Co., Limited, m their fortnightly Australian cir cular, dated London; January 25, report ?with reference to colonial wool:— 'The at tendance of buyers has been good and fair ly representative since the opening of the sales, and competition generally spirited; holders have also shown a disposition to meet the market, so that the selection, offer ed has been large, and for the most part-, 1 'well cleared. Reports from the manufacture ing -centres, however, are far from cheerful, ' and prospects,,for the future being doubt-' ful buyers are acting ?with great caution,1 and the opening advance on certain classes, has been 'partially lost. The demand is running most strongly on the finer and sounder descriptions 'of merino growths; on these, both greasy and scoured, the rise of 5 to 1\ per cent, is about maintained, but faulty scoureds and inferior and wasty Kreasies are now selling, at only slightly above last auction r...
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
CL08IXG QUOTATIONS AND RAXGE OF SALES. From D.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. Gold. Western Australian Stocks. Associated' (C;)— B. 50/6, S. 50/0, sales 52,/ 51/. .ri(|/8. .-..-..- Associated- Northern— B. - «/, S. 49/3, sales -19/, iS.16, 4S/7J, 4»/3. Bank of Knglahd— B. 2/9, S. 2/3. ' Bayley's ' United— B. 2/3;: Block 45-B. 2/10, S. 3/1, sales 3/. Connie Charlie .(paid)— B. 1/J. Bonnie Charlie, (con.)— II. Ud., S. 1/, sales lOd. Boulder Central . (paid)— B. lid.; S. 1/1. Boulder .Consols No. 1— Sales 9d. Boulder Half-mile South— B. 1/4, S. 1/5. Boulder North Extended— B. 7d., S.- -7id., sales 7Jd. - ' ? Brookman's JJoulder (C.)— S. 5/9. .-. Brownliill Central-B. 3/2, S. 3/4. sales 3/2, 3/3. Brcwnhill JuncU'on— B. 3d., sales 3jd., 4d. Croesus Proprietary— B. 2/, S. 2/2, sales 2/1. Chaffer's^-S. 6/. Cumberland (con.)'-B. 6d:, S. 8d Golden Bar— B. 3d.'-.. ;--? ? . ? Goldcnflueen— B. Ud.,.S. 21d. .. ... . Golden Zone— B. -2Ad., S. 4d. Great. Boulder .— .15. 24/1}, S. . 24/li, sales 24/6, 24/4j...
ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
'ADELAIDE PRObUCE MARKET. : Messrs.' A.- \y. Sandford & Company report on March .1:— The continuance of the intensely hot spell of weather that has now lasted with but little break for about -three-weeks, is displaying marked effects upon the produce trade. Local -dairy- and store lines of butter, are arriving often in melted condition, though, of course, thanks to the refrigera tor, are submitted firm, if out of shapp, so that although suffering somewhat in price, they arp at least Ealeablc/ Many of the usually -bat dairies, and even some - factories, are also arriving very soft indeed, those dairy folk who are sending their cream coming off best during such weather conditions. .The shrinkage in supply is accele rated by the heat; but; on the other hand, the, consumption has 'very seriously diminished, as 1* usual -'when a hot spell lasts so long. On best lines of prints an average advance of Id. was shown to-day, bulk improving id. Supply and demand. in eggs about balance,...
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL SUNDAY. To-morrow will be the tenth year in ,whii;li collections will be taken up in the Sunday schools in belidlt of the Adelaide Children's Hosnital. The circular issued to the schools shows that the contributions la'sfc year totalled £239 10s. 10d., gathered from 321 schoals. Particulars are supplied, which show that 223 Methodist schools cou tributed £136 Is. . Id.; Congregational, 21 schools raised. £35 4s. 10d.; Church of Eug land, 28 schools sent £20 10s. 10d.; Baptist, 20 schools sent .i'10 5s. 3d.; Church cf Christ,- P schools, £13- 12s.;- Christian Church, 6 schools, £5 4s.' 3d.; Presbyterian G schools, £4 15s. Id.; Lutheran Evange i cal,, 4 .schools, £3 9s.; Adelaide Society of the New, Church, 1 school, £2 11s. Cd.; Welsh Church, 1 school, 14s.; Society of Friends, 1 school, 12s.; Unitarian Christian Church, 10s.; lOd. The circu'ar states:— ^'The hospital is entirely open in its charily to all denominations, as will be seen by the following statistics...
THE SHIPPING TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
THE SHIPPING TRADE. The shipping trade at Port Adelaide con« tinues quiet. During this week 15 vessels arrived, and all ? but 5 were deep sea traders. The intercolonial move ment was, therefore, slack. Included in the craft which tame to the wharfs were the barque Anglesea, from Liverpool, carrying a large general cargo; the ship Hecla, tim ber-laden, from Puget Sound; tho Currie liner Euraylus, with eastern produce, from Calcutta and Singapore; and the barque Empire, with'' a big consignment of assorted lines from Liverpool. Two ketches with timber arrived, and six large ocean travel lers went to the anchorage, viz;, the R.M.S. Austral, from London; the R.M.S. Arcadia, homewaid bound, 'from Melbourne; thu Armand Behie and Australien, of the M.M. line, from Melbourne and Marseilles re* gpectively, and the troopship Britannic, with the Imperial soldiers on board' from the eastern States. Among the departures were the ships Geertruida Gerarda, which sailed for Guam with 18,159 bags of...
RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
RELIGIOUS. Y.M.CiA-.— ?To-night a devotional meeting - ' for men and women will be conducted in ' the Victoria. Hall. The theatre services,, will be continued to-morrow evening. Mr..' AY. Gihnour will have charge of each of .' the meetings. On Sunday afternoon the men's Bible study' will be held in the ' * rooms. - :.
A CASE UNDER THE HEALTH ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
A CASE UNDER THE HEALTH ? act. . . ? : At the CHy Police Court on Friday aftqn noQii, before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., H. \. Pridmore, and \V. Dring, Sir Richard Baker, Morialta Chambers, and John Ba gor, Aima ^namoers, were cnarged on the information of Philip Frederick lngerson, '. Inspector of the Local Board of Healthy : for; the City. ,of Adelaide, which' stated— :„ .. 'That .Sir R. C. Baker, of Adelaide, spit '.' citor, and John Bagot,- of Adelaide) stdck-J '?**' owner, and certain other persona, being the' owners, of certain premises fronting, ad joining, or abutting upon a private street* , formed or set out on certain private pre-. ? mises, to wit, on Town Acre No. 58, in tha district of the said Local Board of Health, and having been duly served with a notice, dated, August 2, requiring them within one calendar month from service 'thereof to form, ]iave, level, make, and drain the said! ?? private' street in' the' manner according to; the'levels and specifications approved ...
MARINE BOARD STATISTICS. ANNUAL RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
MARINE BOARD STATISTICS. ANNUAL RETURNS, The. annual statistics of the Marine Board have heen compiled, and a. summary was read by the president at the meeting of the marii.Tori-'Wiursdav. The returns have beeu published' much earlier than usual, ana the greatest credit: is due to the officers, to whom the work of compilation was entrust ed. : ; . ; . ? A summary of the tides at Port Adelaide shows that . the highest tide recorded during the year at high'water was 33 ft. 2 in. in August, and the greatest depth at low water was 29 ft. 8 in., also n August. At low water there was never less than' 23 fu- 7. in., and at high .water 27 ft. 2 in. The averages, however, were— High water, from 27 ft. 7'- in. 'to 32 ft. 6 in., and at low water from 23 ft. 11 in-i-Jft 28 ft. 1' in.- The greatest number of observations afbigh water were between 30 and 31 ft. and 612 out of 094 records at high water were from 28 to ?'32 ft. The automatic tide register used at Port Adelaide for all observations ...
SHOW AT YARROWIE. YARROWIE, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
SHOW AT YARROWIE. YAUROWIE, February 27. The Appila-Yarrowie Branca of the agri-; cultural bureau held its firet-show of house hold and -farm, industries in the public hall ?to-day, and it proved a great success. The judging was amy camea out Dy .airs, juei ville, Mr. McCullam, and Mr- Stanton. Some well-arranged and classified wools o'ri card-3 were kindly sent by Mr. J. J. Ma hood, which proved very interesting. Dur ing the afternoon several songs were given by the public school children, under the leadership of Mr. Moor. Musical selections were also rendered by Miss T. Lawson, Miss B. M. Grant, Mjss J. Cafcford. Miss btelra Daly, Miss VVrennie Martin, and Miss Hilda Mayor. Mr. P. Lawson pre sided. Mri Bauer, assisted by Mr. Moor, worked energetically as hbn. sec. The prize winners were 'as. follows:— Eancy. work, 'Mrs. H.' -Mayor, .Miss Hilda Law eon; do. under 15 years,- Minnie Boehm, Miss Alice Butterick; ironed white shirt, J. Catford, B. M. Grant; six worked but tonholes,- Ol...
SCHOOL OF MINES FOR PORT PIRIE. PORT PIRIE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
SCHOOL OF MINES FOR PORT PIRIE. PORT,PIR1E, Februaiy 28. ,.,'A number' of gentlemen who are interest ed Sin -the formation-of .a school of. mines here waited as a. deputation on the Premier, the Hon. F. W. Holder, 'on .liis 'arrival by the evening ,, train Irom the city tnis atter nbou.- -The deputation desired to impress bn'lhe' Treisurer the advisableness ot' the Governihent voting a sufficient amount to meet the exigencies of the position. The 'inayor introduced the deputation, and jcx plained the efforts residents' had put forth. He regretted that some: slight friction should have arisen between the promoters in Port Pirie and the Minister of Educa tion, but felt sure that this would be p-is#ed 'over, and .that any antagonistic feeling would be rapidly removed. The mayor re ferred to the difficulty in securing _'a -.suit- able building in Port Pirie at a reasonable cost.. He said that one of the schemes -the promoters had in view wus the acquisition of a portion of the park land...
TURKEY AND MACEDONIA. FEARS OF A REVOLUTION. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
TURKEY AND MACEDONIA. FEARS OF A REVOLUTION. London, March 1. Owing to the disturbed condition of Macedonia; in consequence of anti Turkish agitations fomented by Bulga rian committees, the Sublime Porte is concentrating 50,000 troops at Kosten dil,- a province in Bulgaria, south-west of Sofia. In diplomatic circles it is considered impossible that in any case the threa tened outbreak can be delayed for longer than a twelvemonth. In Con stantinople, Athens, and all the capitals of the Balkan States the eventuality of a Macedonian rising has been expected for several years past, and in more than one instance preparations have been made accordingly. To what ex tent the Macedonian committees have received official patronage in Bulgaria is now of secondary interest. The mis chief has been done, and the SulDin realizes that the agitation in Macedonia is beyond the control of the Bulgarian authorities, even if they wished to keep it in checC which is not certain.
THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. BOTHA AND KITCHENER. AN OFFER TO SURRENDER. London, February 28. 7.5 p.m. [Received March 1, 8 p.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. BOTHA AND KITCHENER. AN OFFER TO SURRENDER. London. February 28. '7.5 p.m. fBY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [?Received March 1, 8 p.m.] Conflicting statements are being cir culated regarding the reported surren der of Gen. Louis Botha, Commander in-chief of the Transvaal forces, to Lord Kitchener. It is said that the re port of the capitulation is the outcome of tho return of Mrs. Botha to Pretoria after she had visited her husband anil strongly urged him to yield to the British. -. '- :. . London, February 28. Mr. Brodrick, Secretary for War, when questipned in the House of Com mons to-day, stated that the Govern ment had received no official news con cerning the alleged surrender. London, March 1, 5.40 a.m. The ''Daily News' learns from its correspondent that Botha has offered to yield on certain terms, and that ne gotiations between him and Lord Kit chener are in progress. 'The British Commander-in-chief is still at Middel burg.
THE SYDNEY RAILWAY DISASTER. INQUEST ADJOURNED. SYDNEY, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
THE SYDNEY RAILWAY DISASTER. INQUEST ADJOURNED. SYDNEY. March 1. rne inquest on the body ot Herbert J. Henry Darnley, who mis killed in the Tempe railway disaster, was continued to day' before the city coroner. Stanley l'ar uen, wnp travetiea Dy tne tram, said it was travelling faster than ever he had known it before, and on crossing 13elmore Junction the train bumped more than usual. John Wright, civil enginee', who had been employed on the railways in New South Wales, South Australia, and lndia^ said at the request of Mr. Oarruthers lie examined the line 10 days after the acci dent, and he found half a dozen screws loose in different places. The line he con sidered, was Jit for slow trallic, and quite safe for a speed of 30 miles an hour, but a trifle bumpy. To Mr. Gannon (who ap peared for Mr. Carruthers)— The railway nt the place about where the disaster hap pened had imperfect logs.. He saw 10 screws on the inside ot the line pulled out. If the bolts were loose the tendency wou...
COMMERCE AND FINANCE. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
JQMMERCE AND FINANCE. . London. March 1. Butter.— The markets are fiat, -with a poor demand. Colonial brands are un changedj but are tending downwards. Danjsn is quoted at 110/. '.' Mining. Shares.— Mount Lyells were sold vesterday at £3, Mount Lycll Norths at '£2 15/, and Chillagoes at..£l 10/. Spelter is quoted at £17 17/6. Bradford Tops.— Business is steady. Com mon 60's are quoted at 171d. per lb., and super 60's at 18M. Money.— The open money market rate for the discount of three months' bank bills is 3 15-16ths per cent. The Bank of England rate 4 per cent. Lead.— Soft Spanish lead is' quoted at '£14 7/6 per tori. Copper.— Market is firm'. Standard brands on snot' are quoted at £70 12/6 per ton, as against £71 5/ per ton last week, and at three months £71 2/6. Pig iron is quoted at 53/U. Sugar.— Market ia dull. German beet, 88 per cent., is unaltered at 9/3 perewt., and first marks,- granulateu, f.o.b. Ham burg, at 11/4J. Tin.— Business is restricted. Oh spot Australian tm'-is...
LATEST STOCK QUOTATIONS. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
LATEST STOCK QUOTATIONS. London, March 1. Stocks. - . Feb22 Meh-JiMvt Consols, 2J p.c ...... 07J 9'i ! jt Victorian's, 1920, Jan.-July 10!) 109 = Vice's, 1921-26,Jan.-July 102J 102| = N.S.W.4's,1933,Jan.-July 115 115 = N'.S.W.31-s,1918rUar.-Sep. 102J 102J = N.S.W.3's,1905,Aptil-Oct. 100 100 = S. Australian 3£'3, 1939 . . 10C 100 = 8. Australian 3's-i, . . ...: 93 93 = Queensland 4-s, 1915-24 ..,1-107 107 — Queensland 3^3,, 1924 . ... 102J 1021 = New Zealand £s, 1029..;...! 114 114 * J* N'ew Zealand Q',6, 1 1940 ,j.,107i 108- ? |» N'.Z. 3's, 1915. Apnl-Qet. OSj 98i = Tasmaman 3iV,.194O . .-» 103 103 = ffeaternAns. 3-*a, 1915-35} 101 100 1 j $t ? Increase, t Decrease. = StationarjT
CLADSTONE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
GLADSTONE RACES. . The following acceptances have. been received for the races to be held at Gladstone on Wednesday, March 6:— ... ??,.-? . : Trial ' Stakes, one mile. — Happy Jack, Maggy Moore,' Niggei-, The Scamp, Yctarra, : Stocking, Tom'Boy, Parragoona, Pretorious, Patience; ' 'Commonwealth Stakes, one mile. — Winchester, 8-st. 11 lbl; Farthis,..7 st, 12 Ib.;; Starlight, 7 st 9 Ib.; Pauline, 7- St.; Kooringa, 0 st. 10 Ib. : Gladstone Handicap, one and a quarter miles.— Tama,- 9 sfc 7.1b. -.Restless, 9st. 5 lb.;. Mcrriwa, PhiHipa.8 st. 12 ibiT'Cpmmon, 7 striO lb. ;'Se- poy,-6st. 12 lb.;Niggcr,'6 st; 10 lb. ' ? Handicap Hurdles, about one and three-quarter miles:— Wildflower, 10 Et.; Sympathy, 9 st. 10 lb.; Pretorious, V9- st. ? ? ' Flying Handicap, six furlongs.— Tama, Pedin'ga, 9. st. '7 lb.; Restless, 9 st. 3.1b.; Winchester, 8 st. 12 lb..; ,Merriwa, Thillipa, 8 st. 11 lb.; Tornado, 8-,st;5 lb.; Ruby, 7 st. 11 lb.; Patience, 7 st. 5 1b.; English Ivj* 7st. - - : ? Handicap. Sell...
VICTORIAN RACING CARNIVAL. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. THE NEWMARKET HANDICAP. FINAL SELECTIONS. MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
VICTORIAN RACING CARNIVAL. V.E.C. AUTUMA MEETING. THE NEWMARKET HANDICAP. FINAL SELECTIONS. [From Tarquin.] MELBOUItNE, March 1. ? lJie ?weather in Melbourne is just as op pressive as it is in Adelaide, and another not day is promised for to-morrow, when the Y.K.C. Autumn Meeting will be opened aixiciuuijjiuu. luLiuusi. m tne proceeaings will be considerably' enhanced by the fact that James Scobie has decided to start La Carabine, Maltster, and tiean Sweep in the Essendou Stakes, and Paul Pry will also measure conclusions with his stable mates if he is declared for in the Newmarket Handicap. The meeting of the three cracks will, in itself, be- worth the visit to Flem ington,. while it will be further interesting if they are opposed by Paul Pry. As 'I previously telegraphed the betting market pointed to the probability that Maltster would be an absentee in the New market Handicap, and this afternoon the pen was put through his name for thrft ncuu ^xuuiuunui cuiour iiaa oeen lent tt t...
LEIGHTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
LEIGHTON RACES. The Leigliton and Iron Mine Athletic Club held the annual sports meeting on February 28. Messrs. G. Finch and: F. A. S. Field acted as udges. The following are the results:— Members' nanqicap — n. Morgan, o. iucivtiters. Allcomers Handicap. 100 yards— Nevet, M. O'Brien. Sbcflleld Handicap, 133 yards— II. S. Morton, If. Hogan, 3 McAVaters, S. Jaffery. Bicycle Handicap, one mile — R. Baynes, A. McWaters; F. l)olan. Bicycle Handicap, two miles-^R. Baynes, A. McWatcni. Sheffield Hurillcs^-J. Dempsey, C. Adams, W. Mor gan, S. Jaffery. Married Men's Race— Morgan, G. Langstord. Bicycle ' Handicap, one and a half miles— Voumard^'O. Baj-nes. High Jurap-rJ. Dempsey, . Nevet. Tilting on horseback— Lawcs, Nevet.' ? Tug-of-war— Burra v. Iron; Mine, Burra team -won. Cotton Winding for Ladies— Mrs;- Oats, Mrs. Morgan, Miss Smith. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901
CHILDREN ; ' now-a-days * have notorioiwly BAD TEETH, , v ;. / because the White Bread they live on lacks the Wheaten Phosphates (rejected, with the Bran) , which go to make good, sound teeth, as well as' Bone, Brain and Nerve substance. ' CEREBOS SALT, used Jjke common salt, supplies these necessary Phb'sphajes, and is, : therefore, invaluable in the1 daily food of mothers and children. - - - Wholesale Agents:- ? D & J. FOWLER, ADELAIDE 4 FREEMANTLE. ?. - n322w3c Tjl A V.' h d' ' I ' N G ' S ?*? Wen-known Fragrant ESSENCE OF LEMON . for , Flavouring Jellies, Custards, ... Blancmanges, Pies, Puddings, &c. , . It i9 five, tinws the strength of ordinary essences, and .13 consequently the cheapest to uk. ji60c. .;..-. : ASK FOR .'.?? ' ' SPECIAL -LIQUEUR;: KEEGANlWfllSKY , ' SOLEASENTp, RANDALL & BOUCAUT. jHWbc OipiT TOBACCO. NSOmwsTO GOLD BAR 'w. coxixnEsxjXa & oo.; SOLE AQEN TS. ADELAIDE. ' . . nUtbsc. . Bronchitis is very Prevalent just now; to cure i...