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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. .MELBOURNE. March 1. ? Si; far Jo candidates have been announc ed for the six seats in the Federal Senate. Of these seven are ' pronounced revenue fariffists, two protectionists, and others have not stated their fiscal .opinions.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. SYDNEY, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

CANTERBURY PARK RACES. SYDXKY. Mniv.li 5 Tlie March Meeting of the Canterbury Park Rac ing Club was held yesterday. Tlie weather was warm, and there was a good attendance. Re sults:— . ?? FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Jenny Moore, 9 st. (Martigan) „ .. ., .. .. l Bangp, 8 st. 12 Hi. (Woodgatc) ? '- Zoe, 7 St. 1 lb. (McGrcal) ? ;. .. .] 3 Other starters:— Pardon, Hiss Mclos, Gallina, Black Metal, Bristol, Bill, and Alderman. , Bolting— 7 to 4agst. Bangc. 3 to 1 Gallina, 5 to 1 Pardon, 0 to 1 Bristol Bill, 7 to 1 Jenny Moore, 8 to 1 others. Won by two lengths,, Zoe half a length off third; Pardon was fourth- and Alderman last. Time, 1 ririn. 15' sec. . CANTERBURY PARK STAKES. Six furlongs. . Xnclidalc, 7 st. 8 lb. (Hartigan) ? 4. 1 King's Daughter, C st.;7 lb. (Wagnci-) ...... 2 Planet, 7 St. S lb. (Houseman) ? 3 Other Btarlcrs:— Barrister,' Denbics, Called Back, Importance, Queen Loch, Bivalve, and Locusta. Betting— 6 to 4 agst. Planet, 3 to T. Importance, 4 to 1 Called Back. 5 to-1...

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WHY VICTORIA WANTED FEDERATION. MELBOURNE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

WHY VICTORIA .WANTED FEDERATION MELBOURNE. March 3. ? Air. JBobert KeiU, M.l/.U., one ot tne candidates for the , Federal Senate, in the course of a speech at South Melbourne last niffht.' said be had alwavs been a free trader, though, as an importer, protection paid him. hest. Referring to fiie overwhelm ing majority in yictoria at .fte referendum on the Commonwealth Bill, Mr. Reid said that, underlying that vote was the realiza tion that the -people of Victoria -were com ing 'to the end of their leFher with a lot of their business. They had not markets enough, and things, were getting unbear able. It was an impending necessity that Victoria 6bould burst asunder the narrow bonds tfiat bound it, and enter into freedom o'f trade with 4,000,000 people instead of 1.000,000. He considered a fair average duty would be about 10 per cent. The average cost of transporting goods fo Australia was about '? 121 to 15 per cen{.; so a 10 per cent, duty, really meant a protection of from 22J to 25...

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THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN IN QTIEENS^ANjv. ? BRMSANE, March 3. Mr. Barton, Federal 1'remoer, cont-luued. his tour in Queensland by delivering a speech in the ExhiDition ' Building, Bris tane, lasL night. Enquiries -made by a «l-e- ciai reporter, wnp.nas xraveiifca vyitn tne Premier's paVty, tend to show,' that little excitement prevails in the State concern in s the federal elections. The labour party seems to be the most active, but federation leagues are now awakeninz to the necessity of the occasion. Present conditions point to the strong probability ot Mr. Barton re ceiving considerable assistance from Queens land in both houses of the Federal Parlia ment, as the fiscal qufetiqn seems dead, and both' political sides are likely to render the Government; a considerable amount of sup port. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

S.C.WARD&OO. STOCK AND. CHARS BROKERS, Tel. 751. 12, PIRII-8TRHT. , -»|ct W, N. GRE^N (Member Stock Exchange of Adelaide), STOCK AND SHARE' BROKEB,- i 29d and 2»e, Boyal Exchange. Telephone 1139. ' tf85m\rta ;

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MOUNT GAMBIER AUTUMN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

MOUNT GAMBIER AUTUMN RACES. me louowing arc tlie acceptances: — Hurdle Race, about one and a half milc3.— Bon- nie Leslie, 11 st.; Barmaid, 10 9; Seabreeze, 10'7; Blue Mantle, 0 12; Hibcrnia, 9; Kedcratc, 9; Duct, 9; Amiable, fl; Superior, 9; JIarfell, 9. Autumn Handicap, about one mile 12 chains.— Little Martin, It'/ St.; Seabreeze, 8 12; Conference, b' 8; Tranquil, S 7; Barmaid, 7 12; Nemesis, 7 10; Uranus, 7 '9. , ? ' , I.nilie?' Bracelet, about three-quarters of a mile. —Seabreeze. 11 st. 0 lb.; Conference, 11 3; Nemesis, 10 7; Blue Mantle, 10 7: Allannah. 10 4; Silver Star, 10; Federate, 10; Black Watch, 10. Flying Handicap, about tlirqc-quartera of a mile. —Tranquil, S st. 12 \h'.; Albani, 8 2; -Barmaid, 8; Nemesis, S; Isis, 7 12; Uranus, 7 10; Fidelity, 7 9.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

PWvoCk' * t* §- JBh?1^ I Soak the hands thoroughly, on retiring, , in a hot lather of Cuticuea Soap. Dry and anoint freely with CunctraA Oint ment. Wear old gloves daring the night. For sorehands, itching, burning palms and painful finger ends, this one night cure , is wonderful. ? — Sold.br tU Colonial Chemliti.' Form Dsca OD Gam. Com, Solo Fropi, Baton, D. 8. A.

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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

REPORTS. Warrigal East.— Week, February 21:— No. 2 shaft vertical sunk 2J ft; total 45. Ground con tinues tight and hard. Still able to dolly few fine colours now and again from quartz, which looks good enough for ounces, jno. j shale ver tical driven- 7 ft; total 14. Struck lode yesterday at noon; at present not sufficient is broken to de termine its value, but that tried is disappoint ment, as ,k- not value it at more than 2 dwt. When I cut hanging wall will take sample across whole width of lode and forward it for assay, lode is in bunches not nearly so compact as it was when passed out .of shaft when sinking. No. 4 vertical carried down 1* ft; total 21*. Besides timbering up 6 ft of heavy ground, deep hitches had to be cut for big bearers. This shaft intend taking' down on un derlay after few more feet sinking so as to avoid hard quartzitc and continually keep lode in Ehaft.' This lode is . underlaying east; have not been able to rise colour of gold from it. - King Alexander of ...

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A SUSPICIOUS DEATH. SYDNEY, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

A SUSPICIOUS DEATH. SYDNEY. March 3. Ou the arrival' of the Talune from New Zealand on February 20 it was reported that Philip Gonway,. a' second-class passen eer. had been seized mth a fit on board the vessel on tbe preceding day; and had died. The matter was reported to the city coroner, who was- satisfied that death was due to natural causes. He, therefore, dispensed with an inquest. Circumstances in connection with Conway's death have since come to light which. make tbe police 8iwpcct . foul play. Information has been received from New Zealand bo the effect that Conway had certain valuables in his ppssessfon, of which, no trace has been discovered. Yesterday the body w;as ex humed, and a post-mortem examination will be held to ascertain whether death was due to poisoning. ? ' ? ? .

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. KALGOORLIE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN TEL03GRAMS. KALQOORUE. March 3. Kcgardmg tnc provision ot a piant tor the treat ment of sulphides on the Ivanhoe mine, Mr. C. N. Rose, a director. Mr. Hewitson, consulting engi neer. . and Mr. Nicholson, manager, recently re commended that additions should be made to the present plant in the shape of 40 new Btampe, and the increased weight to the 60 stamns-now running. The estimated cost is £38,000. It is claimed that these additions will enable the output to be in creased to and maintained at 30,000 oz. montlUy, exclusive of ore shipped to the smelters. The direc tors having 'carefully considered the recommenda tion have authorized the- erection of the new plant nnd the additions, which will be undertaken imme diately. At the Bouldrr Main Reof mine opening out at the SOC level will l-e started in a few flays. The shoot which proved so rich at No. 6 level is ex pected to be cut within a short distance of the shaft. . MELBOURNE, March 3. The weekly report of the manager of...

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INTERSTATE ROWING. SYDNEY, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

INTERSTATE ROWING. . ? SYDNEY. March 3. ; The following crew has been chosen to represent New South Wales in the eight oar interstate contest, to be rowed. on the Parramatta Rirar on May 11: — M. ,C. Brownhill, 10 st. 4 ft.; J. M. McGregor, 10 st. 6 ft.; W. J. Gillies, 10 st. 8 lb.; J. Boylson, lll st. 4 ft.; . W. J. Furlong, 11 st. 5 ft.; M. G. Cater, 12 st* A. R. .Thomson, 12 st.; O..H. Baacs, 12 'st.; C. A. Smith, 12 st. 2 ft.;. and C. B. Paull, 12 st. 5 ft. The coach, Mr. J A.-Brotherton, will talie the team in hand on Saturday next, from which date regular practice will be carried on.. ?'??' ?'?.

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LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

LONDON QUOTATJOXS. Messrs. Clarke & Co.,' Universal Buildings, Gren fell street, have handed us the following:— London, March L Associatcds — 51 IS. Associated Northern Blocks— 48/9. Chaffer's— 5/6. Great Boulder Perseverance — £6 1S*'9. firoat Fingalls-£5 13/9. Hannan's Brownhill— 81/3. [vanboe — £8 2/6, buyer. Lake View Consols— £7 17/6, buyer. Sons of Gwalia— 52/6, seller (52/6).

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A CASE IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

A OASE IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 3. A man named Kehler, residing in a board ing house at Myrtlstown, .near Pinkenba, at the mouth of the Brisbane River, is suffer ing from plague. He,. with. 18 contacts, has been removed' to a temporary quarantine station, and is progressing favourably.

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AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

AUSTEAliEAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE. March ' Block 10—87/. North Broken— 16/9. 17/. Mount I.ycll— OS/. 98/6. Chillagoe Railway and Mining— 29/61 Mount Bisehoff— £40. ('?enfino Consols— 36/, 29/9, 30/6, 30i. Glenfinc South— £3 2/, £8 18/. * Long Tunnel — £17. Long Tunnel Extended— £15 10/. Long Tunnel North— 3/. SYDNEY, March 2. Sulphide Corporation— 15/3.

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THE MARQUIS OF HEADFORT. A REPORTED ENGAGEMENT. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THE MARQUIS 0^ '. HEADFURT.-. :; A REPORTED ENGAGEMENT.. ?. ???_ .London, March 1. . It is announced tnat the aiarquis or Headfort is to be married at an early date to Miss Boote, a member of: the London Gaiety Company. '' , ' Geoffrey Thomas Taylour is the fourth Marquis of Headfort, and is the elder child by ttie second marriage of the third Mor quis to the widow of Colonel Eustace John Wilson Patten, 'el'dest son of Lord YVin marleigh. His half-brother, the Earl of Bective, died a few years ago, and the pre sent Marquis succeeded to the title in 1894 when 17 years old. He ?its jn the House of Lords at Baron. KenBs (or lvells), call ed after his principal seat in Uounty Meath, Ireland, his other residence ? being the Lodge, Virginia, County Cavan. _The Marquis is the owner of the towns otjvells and Virginia, and on his coming of age he gave the tenantry to understand that lie would. .Uo everything lie possibly could^to make' them happy and prosperous, and that he would reside amon...

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OUTRAGES BY "PUSHES." A MAN KILLED. SYDNEY, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

OUTRAGES BY ' PUSHES/' A MAN KILLED. -:\] ?-?? SYDNEY. MareVl George Pearce, a commercial traveller, was found in an insensible cdndibion ', in King street early yesterday morning.;, A oonstalble took him to the Sydney Hospital, where- it was ascertained that he was suner ing from' a scalp wound, gashes on the face, and a number of. bruises. When Pearce recovered consciousness he stated that he !had been set upon by several men, who as saulted and robbed Jirm. ' ' Early; yesterday morning a tram conduc tor, while passing along Harris street heard cries for help from a house in Crown lane. He summoned the police, who found a man named Michael Connolly in a pool of blood. A large gash- extended from the right ear along the back of the Jhead. The wound appeared to have been Inflicted by a blow from a shovel. The condition of Connolly, who was removed 'to the hospital, is con sidered serious. An' arrest has been made in connection with an assault upon Jame3 Sully, a boot maker, who was ...

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SUICIDE IN A CAB. SYDNEY, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

. SUICIDE IN A CAB. SYDNEY, March 3. A- Sensational case of suicide occurred in the city yesterday. -A man hailed a 'cab in King street, and requested to be driven rnnnrf thp Bomnin. When near the Botani cal Gardens the cabman was_ startled by the report of 'a revolver inside the cab. On looking into the vehicle he found his fare' insensible and bleeding from a wound .in 'the head. He drove as- quickly as lie could to the nearest police station, but before he arrived there the man was deadj The body was subsequently identified; as that of Robert Booth, a well-known solici tor of Dubbo, which electorate he formerly represented in Parliament. The, deceased had been in indifferent health, and, bad just returned from a trip to Albany.

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FURTHER CHINESE MASSACRES. MISSIONARIES MURDERED. London, March 3. [Received March 4, 2.45 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

FURTHER CHINESE MASSACRES. MISSIONARIES MURDERED. London. March' 3. ?fBY SUBMAJ&NE TELEGRAPH.] ? [Received March iL 2.45 a.m.] News has been . i-eceiyed, of further wholesale massacres of Christian mis-' sionaries in China. No fewer than- 134 ? adult missionaries and 52 children have beeto put to death by the Chinese. Of' these 70 adults and 28 children were English . and the rest Swedish ? and American. '

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KING EDWARD. London, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

KING EDWARD London, , March 3. King Edward has arriyed at Flush ing, and will reach London to-day. He intends to revisit his sister the exEm press Frederick an June. , ' .

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THE DUKE OF YORK'S VISIT. London, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THE DUKE OF YORK'S VISIT. .London, March 3. At the request of Lord Hopetoun, the Governor-General of the 'Common wealth, the King's semi-state, lundau, with .postillions, and -.outrider's, was shipped by tl»e 11.M.S. Ortona on Fri dayfor Australia for use In connection with the visit of. 'the Duke and Duchess of York.

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