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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
TWELVE K IS W BOOKS ?;..'?. . ....??.,-?? s. d. Coghlan's Seven Colonies of Australasia, 1899-1900 .. ?? ??' ?...? ?'? ?? ?? ?? ?? .. 3 G Wisden's Cricketers' Almanac, 1901 ? 1 S The English Utilitarians, 3 vols., by. Leslie Stephen ...-. ? .. .. .. ? 36 0 The Calendar -of Empire, ?, by Ian Malcolm, M.P. .......-....':......,.....?.. B 0 Fra Angelico, by Professor Langton Douglas 15 0 With Christ at Sea; a Religious Autobio graphy, by Frank T. Bullen .. .. ?.» .. 6 6 Lore's Argument and Other' Poems, by Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler -..?''..'..... .... ;.' 6 0 ?Wounds in the Brin: Stories Relating to (he Spanish-American War, by Stephen Crane, . 2/6 and ? '. .. 3 6 Thy Will Be Done— Meditations for a Month 2 0 In the South -Seas, by ILL. Stevenson .... 6.0 ?On the Track and Over the ? Sliprails, by Henry Lawson ? ? ? .. .. .. .. 3 G A Cabinet Secret, by Guy Boothby, 2/6 and 3 0 is. g. yriGGr & son ? \j ? noSrmvte ECZEMA^OLEAC'^ the ??ibMrat HaaaMMtUe Hospital. Die comer, Chrtate...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
A STIMULATING CUP. A aoall 9oonlul of Csdbury's Cocoa, with boil ing water or mSu, will make instantly a stimu lating aad otaming cup of the most delicious, digeitible, and absolutely pare and nourisbint Cocoa, of the greatest strength and the finest lavour, e«tirely free (rom any odmixture-, ~l29aia
PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
PRESENTATION. Mr. C. Oarrnthera, who has just severed his con nection with the firm of W. & T. Rhodes, after 2S years' service, was on Saturday made the reci xiient of a salver suitably inscribed, accompanied with a cheque from the firm and a gold-mounted walking stick from the employes. On behalf of the firm, Mr. Thomas Rhodes expressed regret at parting with' one -who had. been associated with the business for so long a period. The firm en tertained far their parting friend the greatest respect and esteem, and acknowledged the many irood qualities he possessed, which might well be emulated by the juniors just commencing busi ness. There was great danger nowadaj's to un duly panegyrize the mere military hero, forget fnl of the fact that the truest heroes were mostly to ho found along the common walks of dally life, conscientiously and zealously discharging their duty. he gladly admitted that any success the firm had achieved during its now more than half-centary's history w...
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALES. From 9.30 a.m. till 1.30 p.m. Gold. Western Australian Stocks. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
CLOSING QCOTATIONS AND KANGB OF SALES. From D.30 a.m. till 1.30 p.m. Gold. . Western Australian Stocks. ?Associated (h.)— S. 51/. Associated (C.)— B. 50/3, S.. 50/0, sales fil/, 50/6, 50/9. ' , ' ? Associated Northcm-B. 48/, S. 48/6, sales 48/3. Bayley's United-B. 2/3, S. 2/9. ' Block 45-B. 2/U. S. a/. Bonnie Charlie (paid)— 15. 1/4, . S. 1/6. Bonnie Charlie (con.)— Sales Wjd., lOd. Boulder Central (paid)— B. 1/, & 1/L Boulder Central (con.)— S. 3d. Boulder Consols No.' 1— B. 8d., S. SJd. Boulder Half-mile South— B. 1/4, S. 1/6. Boulder -North Extended— S. 7jd. Brookman's Boulder' (C.)— S. 6/9. Brownhill Central— B. 3/5, S. 3/6. , Broimhill Junction— B. 3-d. . Croesus Proprietary— B. 2/, a 2/3. Chaffcr's-6. 6/. Cumberland (con.)— B. 6d., S. Ed. Golden Queen— B. lid., S. 3d. Golden Zone— S. 4d. Great Bouldcr-B. 24/lJ, S.. 24/3, sales 24/li. Great Boulder No. 1— B. 2/. . Great Boulder Main Reef— B. 40/, S. 40/& Great Boulder Perseverance— B. £6 18/. Hainault— B. 10/6. ...
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Saturday, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
STOCK EXCHANGE OP ADELAIDE. Saturday, March 2. The following sales' were officially reported:— At 10 a.m.— Paull's Consolidated, £7; North, 17/3; Associated Northern, 48/3; Bonnie Charlie, 103d.; Ivanhoe Junction, 2/2; 2/3. 11.45.— Chillagoe, 29/6; Paull's Consolidated, £7 5/; Sliding. Rock, 7/5. 7/3. 7/2; South (con.), 19/G. 19/4S; Ivanhoe Junction, 2/5, 2/41; Princess Rojal- North (paid), 1/5.
AMERICAN STEEL RAIL TRUSTS. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
AMERICAN STEEL KAIL TRUSTS. London, March 1. The total commissions paid to Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan, of New York, for forming the steel' trust which secured possession of Mr. Andrew Carnegie's! steej works, for buying the Pennsyl vania Coal Company and reselling it to the trust, and for floating the New Jersey Central Bonds, amounted to $11,250,000 (about £2,350,0001, which re presented his fees- for twelve weeks work. ' London. March 2. A steel trust, with .a capital of £10,000,000 sterling, has been form ed in- America as a rival to the one recently promoted by Mr. Pierpont Morgan, and which it was announced had secured the control of the steel rail industry. The initiation of the new trust is re garded with great disfavour by Mr. Morgan and his party, and the syndi cate have subscribed £40,000,000 (about £8,000,000) to fight their opponents.
THE BUBONIC PLAGUE London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
THE BUBONIC PLAGUE London. March 1. Professor Simpson has informed .the . advisory board which was appointed at €ape.Town for the purpose of taking steps to prevent the spread of the bu bonic plague that the sanitary condi tion of. some parts of the city is worse than that of Bombay. Up to date 7 deaths have been reported, whilst 21 cases are at present in the hospital.
TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
TEMPERANCE. .. Independent Order of Good Templars. — Thl/ lodge electoral deputies met in conference at the Sechabite Kail on Friday evening to enable the ? grand electoral superintendent, Mr. H. H.. Tan scott, to famish & full report to the grand lodge at the annual session an March lox It was re solved that— 'We as members of the \Q'.G.T. do not advocate the- sale of alcoholic liquors by the Gothenburg system or the Russian State mono poly system, but prohibition by the will oi the people.'
THE BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
TlIE BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MABKET. ' Mesre. A. A. Brice & Co. report on March 1:— To-day the heat being very oppressive all dairy produce arrived in a more or less heated condition, so that buyers were indifferent in bidding, but should a cool change come the market will improve, i'cultry.— There is good demand for prime quality turkeys, fowls, and ducks, and good values are obtained, but the greater proportion arriving are inferior quality or young and small birds, nnd lower prices have to be accepted in order to quit. To-day'H values are as follows :--Butter.— S.A. lac tcry. Wd. to lid. ft.; fair to good dairy, 7id. to 'yld. ft. Dacon.— S.A. hams, handy size, well cut, Sid. to 10d.: prime factory sides. 7d. to 7Jd. lb.; well cure-l middles and rolls, G\i. to Sd. Hi.; cheese, 'M. to 7d. ft.; honey, good quality, 2'$d. !b. in bulk. Poultry.— Fowls, Rood table birds, I/(i to 2/ each; inferior and small, 1/ to l/5'caeh; turkey, ^nbhlcrs. lull prown fat birds, none to hand, value...
FRUIT, VEGETABLE, AND GENERAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
FKCIT, VEGETABLE, AND GENERAL PRODUCE MARKET. Eust-Und Market, Adelaide, March 2— \ cgclables. — lieans It'rench), 1/ per aozen lt-.; beeiruot, 1/ti per dozen; cabbages, i/ per dozen; capsicums, bet. l-er lb.; carrots, 1/ per dozen bunches; cauliflowers, */ per dozen ;;celery, 2/ti per dozen heaus; cmuies, per Jl-. ; horseradish, tia. per ,Ib. ; garlic, tid. pur ll-. ; leeks, 1/C per dozen; marjoram, lid. per dozen bunches; mint, Cd. per dozen bunches; onions, 5/ per cwt. ; do. Vgreen), ikJ. por dozen hunches; parsnips, 1/ per dc-zen bunches; peas, 3/ pct.bitdiel; potatoes, uew. 5/ to 5/t) per- cwt.; radishes, Od. per dozen bunched; rhubarb, Sd. per dozen lb. ; sage, 6d. per ilczen bunches; shaiois, od. per lb. ; thyme, 6d. per dczvn bunches; tomatoes, l/tt to 2/ per case; trombones, 2/ per dozen; turnips, 1/ per dozen bunencs; vegetable niarrow3, 1/0 jicr dozen; watercress, Cd. per dozen bunches; cucum ucrs, 1/ per dozen; letiuce, Sd. per duzen. Fruit. — Almonds (aoftsnell), 0d. pe...
SHARE MARKET AND MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
SHARE MARKET AND MINING. « The market on 'Change on Saturday was very quiet, and the 'business done was on a verv hunted scile Prices in almost all Jines \veiB praciticallj unaltered. In We3 tern Australian gokl Northtrn Assoc ateds eased somewhat, while Ivanhoe Junctions .had a little firmer market In copper stook Sliding Konks had some buancss at from 7/5 to 7/2. Silver stocks were neglected, with quotations at kbt repotted r-tes, and North Queensland Tin shares -were offered at £99 without, finding buyers.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
Gives New Life Strengthens the Nerves. When trie blood is impure the /whole nervous system becomes poisoned. It is impossible to throw off that terrible depression ; and there is no ambition to -work. But there is a way 'whereby you may again be strong and vigorous. Mr. Charles Richardson, of 37Howiok Street, Xannceston, Tasmania, sends us his photograph and the following letter : ' Once my arms were covered with Bores that -were worse than bofls. They were deep rooted in thq flesh and caused great suffering. My blood was in an awfnl condition. At an other time I had a severe attack of influenza. I could neither eat, sleep, nor work, and I never exr-ected to recover. AVER'S Sarsaparilla cured me from both of these violent attacks. The first time it took all impurities out of my system; and the last time, it buDt me up and gave sqo new life. Nor I am strong, work mti, and steep well.' .' Ayer^aKHs are a safe and saw cure for all liver troubles. They are purely vegetable. ftrtjtred by...
THE COMMONWEALTH. A GENERAL ORDER PROM SIR JOHN FORREST. MELBOURNE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
THE COMMONWEALTH. A GENERAL ORDER PROM SIR JOHN t ' FORREST. iffirjBOURNE. March 3. 'A general order has been issued by the Minister for Defence on -the occasion oEh» taking charge of the departments of defence in the vamms States. Sir John Forrest commends the patriotism, and emaency sh^wn.in connection with the South Afri. can wir, and state3 that he -relies on the zeal and patriotic spirit of' officers and men in still further advancing the fc'tand aTd of 'efficiency, and doing everything pos sible to establish and maintain the, forces of the Oommonvrealth on a sound national basis. ' .
COMMERCE AND FINANCE. London, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
COMMERCE AND FINANCE. London. March 2. Frozen Meat. — Canterbury mutton is quoted at 4£d., Dunedin and Southland at 4Jd.,' North Island 4d. per ft- Australian sheep, heavy, 3Jd., and light 3d. per lb.; River PJale, lieavy, 3WL do. light, 3Jd. per lb.; New. Zealand lambs, prime, 6d., fair 5Jd.' per 'ft.; Australian do., prime, 5d., do. fain 4'.d. per lb. Xew Zealand beef, fores 3}d.,' hinds 3Jd.; Australian' beef, fores, 3d.; hinds 3jjd. per ft. Q'allow. — The stock amounts -to 19,906 casks, the. imports being 4,714 casks and de liveries 5,093 tasks. Silver.— Bar silver to-day was quoted at 2s. 4Jd. pcroz., being a decline of l-16d. - Breadstuffs. — The wheat cargo by the barque Amrerona, ,from Melbourne Decem ber 25, has been sold at 30/1J per qr. Tin.— The stock ofUin in hand amounts to 16,065 tons; the quantity on spot, 4;85» tons; afloat, 3,469 tons; the deliveries for the month beinft 2,590 tons. Copped.— Supolies total 19,907 tons; the deliveries 19,816; the total ? stock being...
AUSTRALIAN MINING STOCKS. London, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN MINING STOCKS. London, March 3. The quotations for the undermentioned shares at the close of yesterday's businen on the London Stock Exchange were as fol lows:— ? ? ? FA.S3. Mar. 3. MVnTnt. - ' £ i. 4 « i. d. & t. d. Broken HU1 .-.. 2 8 0 * 7 0 O 1 61 Boulder ? 140 13-8 0 0 at Mount Lyell . . 4 17 6 6 O- 0 0 2 0* Sorth Itfdl . . . ' 2 IS 9 2 15 O 0 13* Iranlibe ? ,8 2 « 8 3 9 -0 1 S* Associated ?. . . . !U3 2 11 S * Lake View . . . 7 10 0 8 00 OHO* Chillagoe . .. . ; i 12 ell U ? 3 0 1- 3f ? *-Ei«». fFalL -8tati«»ry.~