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THE NEW STAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
TBE NEW STAR. When questioned regarding the appear, anoe of -the new star in the constellation ot Perseus, Mr. Griffiths/ the assistant Go vernment Astronomer, in the absence of Sir Charles Todd, said that the new arrival in the heavens had not been discerned -from South Australia., Only portion of the con stellation was visible from the Adelaide Ob servatory, and it is thought that the star is in the other portion.
THE CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
THE CRIMINAL SITTINGS. - The.sesBions of the Criminal Court were resumed before the Chief Justice on Thurs day morning, but very littie business was transacted. ; Oharle3 Walter Chandler wus. arraigned on a charge of libel, but - owing to a technical defect the plea of justifica tion which had been filed was not accepted by tihe court. An adjournment was grant ed until the afternoon to enable Mr. Hamp to draft an amended plea, but he found it impossible to complete his task in the time allowed. Finally, it was decided to ad journ the court until Tuesday, when the Chief Justice will consider /fche' amended plea. Jurors will not be required to at tend; the court, fliis morning nor on Tues day, but will be specially summoned if their services, are required later in the week. The Crown Solicitor is anxious that the case should be disposed of as early as pos sible, but it is not improbable that it will be made a remanet for the April sessions.
TRAM AND TRAIN TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
TRAM AND TRAIN TRAFFIC WhUaitheV.railway' traffic' figures', for the public LSiday^cm' Wednesday ,8Jk-w£? JBlight decrease1 compared .with tue.iuinber-^of pas sengers carried on ^ew^. Year's Day, the tram totals indicate a decided increase in every instance. On New Year's Day 0,716 persons were carried on the Kensington tramways, but on Wednesday no fewer than 9,010, passengers were registered. A corresponding increase was recorded on tat other lines of the Adelaide and Suburban Company. On the North Adelaide line 13,059 were conveyed on Wednesday, as against 6,592 on New Year's Day;' Walker ville, 6,199, as against 2,994; Maylands anil Magilh 7,338, as against 4,052; Victoria Park, IMarryatville, and Burnside, 7,398, against 3,405. . On' the Unley and Miitcham line 8,142 travelled, as against 5,335 on. New Year's Day. The railway figures were -7 Port line, 16,522, as against 17,071 on New Year's Day; North line, 1,500, as against 1,123; arid South line, 738, as: compared with 2,803...
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALES. From 9.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. GOLD. Western Australian Stocks. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALES. From 9.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. GOLD. Wf^orn AiKtnlian Sliwttx. Asmciated -L)^B. 51/6. & 51/9, sales 50/6. .Vsrociatrd (C.)-B. Sl/9, & 5J/3, die* 51/8, 6!/, 51/0, 55/. AaMriated Xortbem-B. SO/3, & 50/8, ales 60/6, M(0, 0O/1 Bonk of &vUnd-n. tto, & 3/3. Bayley's United— B. S/4. 8. S/6. Block 45-B. «/U, S. S/l Bonnie Charlie (paid)-B. 1/4. S. 1/7. Bonnie Chariie (con.)-B. lOd. BooMer Central (paid)— B. lOd. Boolder Conaols No. 1-B. tyL. & lOd. Boulder lUlf-mile Soath-& 1/5. sties 1/4. Botuder North Extended-B. 6|d. Urookman't Boulder. (C.)-& 5/0. BrownhUI CeotraJ-B. 3/1, & 3/3, sales 3/6, 3C, BrmrahUi Jimction-B. 4-L. 3. 4}-L Croons rroprieUry-B. S/tl, S. !/«, sales 1/3, till. Cbsffer's-a 6/3, S. 6/. Comberlam) (ran.— a 6)d., & 7}d-, sales 74 Golden Bar-B. Xd. GoMen Queen-ScOe* Sd. Golden tone— 8. 3d., «1« 3d. Great Boalder-B. 24/6, & I4/7J, mles J4/3, Si/t), 24...
A GREAT PAINTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
A .GREAT PAINTER. A correspondent ?writes:— 'I well remem ber a visit to the London house of Mr. Watts, the painter of 'Love and Death.' It was a Sunday afternoon, and the footman said that Mr. Watts was out, but we could see the pictures. Youthful portraits of Miss Elkn Terry, Mr. Watts's first wife, inte rested me most;, and my companion, the late Sir Charles Newton, told me much that was,, interesting about the artist and the. actress. Later, Mr. Watts, who was only oat for a stroll, came in, arid took us up stairs to see a pictorial history of civiliza tion, beginning with' Adam and Eve, that has engaged many years of his life, aud will probably never be . finished. He had then married a hospital nurse who had nursed him through ^an' illness— a lady who painted flowers' with taste and had an ap preciatioa for art..;-I saw him a few days afterwards meet Miss. Ellen Terry on the steps of tue Royal Academy. Seeing him coming up she bent;down^to examine the train' of her dress as. i...
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Thursday, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Thursday, .February ss. The followiBg talet are ottdaUy reporteo-.— At 10 a.m.— Mount Gunson (con.). 3/;8outh(con.), CA/; South Block (paid). 5/6; Junction North. 3/6; Btuphide Corporation;* 16/1); North Qoeettdaad Tin. £101; North KalgurU, 3/0; South Eabjurli (C), SO/; Asndated (U), 50/6; BrownhiU Cen tral, 3/3; Gnat Boulder, 24/3. - At 12 DOotL-Northf, 16/0; South (con.). 30/; North Queensland Tin, £100. £101; Great Boul der Main Reef (C). 41/; Aandated (C.I. 51/S, 51/6; Associated Northern, 50/6: Browshill Cen tral, Sit; Golden Queen, 24; Inmboe Junction, 1/11. ' At 3 p.m.-Pauir« Consolidated, £9 5/; North, 17 -, Sooth (paid), 27/«; South Block (paid). 5/6; Junction North, 3/5; North QneemOsad Tin. £104; Great Boolder Main Reef (C). 41/; South Kalntrli (O. 51/; Associated (CO. «/. 51/0; AajocUted Northern, 50/6, 50/3; Boolder Half-mile South, 1/4; Golden Zone, 34: Great Boulder, 21/4); Iranboe Junction. 2/. '
LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
LONDON QUOTATTONrS. Ueam. Clarke ft Co., Universal Buildiogs, Oren (ell street, have handed us the fellowing:— Loodon, Febntary 17. Atraciatedt-60/9, buyer. Aanciatcd Northern Blocks-60/. buyer. CoanopoliUns-34/3. ? Uolden Uonesnoes-SlO. Great Boolder PenevVrance— £6 18/9.. Great F!n|auls—£S 10/. Uannan's BrownhilI-8i/6. boyer. Lake View Consols- £7 13/9. Son* of Gwtfia-46/3. South Kalcurli-51/3. Sulphide CorporaUoo-16/. Ghilbmea-IB/.
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. KALGOORLIE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
AUSTBALFAN* TBI^JGrRAMS. KALGOOHUE. yebruanr 18.. Work has been resumed at the BrownWH Extend ed mtoe. It-Is iatended to do some exploration and necesary driving on the lode at No. 4 level prior to deepenuc'ibe main shaft to '600 ft. ' ? Promifiot; tookinf' raJpUde rock ?)» beinc Wokea from, tbebottom of the main sfaUt ot thZlroo -Duk« mine, but the maascer; Mr. Roddaf k of opinion that the lode proper bas not yet bees -cut. The shaft to down fnuaTfeet below No. 5 lereJ. Prepanfons axe being; made to bhst out plats at that depth. At Human's Oroya mine, on the south block, ore of nod average grade it being Uken (ram No. 5 levd, and from the bottom of the winse from the south drive below No. 4 tare). The crosscut going west at No. S level to internet Waduwgtoa'f lode is being driven through miaenliatd rock, carrying low vanes. On the north block excellent precreai is being made with the staking of DooleUe't ctaft, wbichiMown searty 350 ft. DriTine north is being continued on the lode ...
"THE ONE FLAW." [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
'JTHE ONE FLAW.' Speaking with reference to the paragraph published under the heading 'The One Fla-w' in 'The Register' on Thursday, the Superintendent of Public Buildings, Mr. C. E. Owen Smyth, stated that Colonel Wyridiiam would not allow his men to go to the Exhibition Building; after the pro ceedings at Victoria Park. Consequently with everybody busy it , was almost im possible for the caterers or anybody else at half-past 2, before the troops left the ex hibition, to do much. The Premier, how ever, when the matter was brought before him, gave instructions to Mr. Smyth to have as many bottles of aerated waters as possible sent down to the North terrace Railway Station. A special messenger was 'dispatched to the caterer at the exhibition building, with an order to get a thousand bottles and bring them to the station. The caterer did his level best, but, owinc to the intense beat, 80 dozen bottles couB not be col lected in five minutes. The most that could be got together. were 80...
THE RAILWAYS COMMISSIONER AND THE PORT CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
THE RAILWAYS COMMISSIONER AND THE PORT CORPORATION. Recently considerable correspondence has passed between the Port Adelaide Corpora tion and the Railways Commissioner on a multiplicity of subjects. Complaints have often been made by the civic body concern ing the speed at which trains travel through the streets, and on Thursday evening at the fortnightly meeting the Commissioner forwarded a communication on the ques tion. At the outset he asked the corpora tion to be more explicit in its letters, as it was difficult to ascertain from them what was really wanted. Referring to the objec tion aboutvthe speed of the trains he inti mated that a rate of 12 miles an hour through St. Vincent street was neither ex cessive nor dangerous. If it was the wish of the district that a lower speed should be run longer time would have to be taken between Adelaide and Semaphore, which would not be agreeable to the suburban resi dents nor beneficial to the railway revenue. The present .time occupied ...
THE HEAT WAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
THE HEAT WAVE. Mr. R. F. Griffiths observed on ? Thurs day: — 'Since our last report on Tuesday further splendid rains have fallen over the country to the north and west of Port Au gusta, with light to moderate rains in the far northern areas. At Oodnadatta and Warrina up to yesterday morning 1 in. was registered, 2 in. at William Creek, and 1J in. at Coward Springs, 'Yardea, and Streaky Bay, while Port Elliston received nearly an inch, and Franklin Harbour -J in. Between Hergott and Melrose 2 to 50 points were recorded. During the last 24 hours only a light sprinkle of rain has been registered, except on the west coast, where Streaky Bay had 40 more points, but the weather over the inland districts still continue* cloudy, 'sultry, and unsettled. ' The chart this morning gives no promise of any im mediate cessation of the present trying Wea ther. The probabilities are that further rains will fall over our inland- districts, whibt over'tlje south parts hot,- more or iess cloudy and o...
CENSUS COLLECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
CENSUS COLLECTORS. The census department is pushing on rapidly with the work of appointing*. census cpUentofa.1!? It was expected that the list i would be published- in the 'Gazette' this week, but there were so many applicants that it has been found impossible to com-' plete it in time/ and the names will be given next, Thursday. '?'?'? ?''?'*?? :
THE TENNIS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
THE TENNIS 'TOURNAMENT: Thursday' was hotter than ever for the contLnking of the tennis tournament, and the number of those who braved the wea ther ami came down to aee the play was not half wbit it would, have been^had the temperature been lower. Some good: play was seen during the day. In the singles championship Murray had. a close game with Heath, the Victorian player, who won after four sets hud - been- played. In the same event Bowen beat Baker, while in the ladies' ^doubles championship ;tiie;lMisKi Parr and Ayere won from*' the Misses rW. and M. Brown. ; .??
BULLION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
BULUON RETURNS. Paramatta.-Fortnlgbt, February 28:-Xill treat ed 440 tons ot crude ore. yidding 44 tons ot con centrates, tMarjag tbout 14 per cent copper. Broken Hill Proprietary.-Four week*. February ff:-Retnery Prodocts-«lver^ 513,258 oc; lead, 4,144 tons; anUmonial lead. 31 tons.
TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. Ibimu's Central Extende4-Febroary 2S:-Kict crushed 30 toot, obtained 277 ox. gUd; two otben have encounfiag prwoecU _^ Kaknorlie l-roorieUry.-Febmtry S7:-Recehred Miabter*s tancrJon (or fix montnr exempuoa. Sliding Bock Copper Proprietary.-Februtry 27: -Utre let contract (or driving 40 ft Develop ments continue most (atbbctory. showing more malleable copper. Water still shout stme. Victoria ooktmlning Aasodation.— February 25: -Crushed 180 tons (or 161 oc «oW. ? Hainan's Otoya.-Febrary 47:-Miat wwt, No. 5 levd. No. 4 drift. 2 ft aaaiys 37 dwt.; 4 (t Mtays 20 dwt per Urn. Avenge of tsmy b 30 dwt per ton. No. 3 drift, 2 ft assays 3 oc. per too; 4 ft. ssmyt 18 dwt per ton. Average of aamy b 32 dwt per loo. DooJette Shtft There is practically no dunge to repert Golden Queen.-Febmry ffl:-Cruthed 49 tons (or 39 oc 9 dwt smelted goW. Brownhm Centre!.— Have struek good ore at 28. ft. la east crosscut 450 levd. Bulk atsay Drst foot 3 ox. per ton. Bulk assay west croa...
MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE TARCOOLA FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
ifrMNG IN 9M7FH AUSTRALIA. THE TARCOOLA FIELD. Mr. Uond Gee has reported to the Minister of Mine* from Tarcoob. under date, February 11. as follows:— 'I have visited tbe claims add by W. Imrlk and otben. about 21 miles west of the Blocks mine; they are situated on the northern dope ot tbe low nage ouMccting tbe Tarcoola Odd and Tolmer's Hill. The lurface is strewn with fragment* ot quarts and ironstone, in which occastonaUy gold bis been ioua4 Only prelimi nary prospecting bat, so tit, been done, but thb hat disclosed several reels or ferruginous quality.. In one of them I found a little tree gold, and atmples dollied gave (air results. There is a con siderable Odd for systematic praspcctlas from tbb place right on to Tolmer's Hill and Dark UlUs. A considerable number of persons hive re turned by tbe late coaches, tad three team lotus ot battery material arrived yestenby. The cool chance b pasting off without any rain, aad the weather- b agate becoming not; the maximum temperature, ...
THE DUKE OF YORK'S TOUR. [Received March 1, 2.30 a.m.] London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
THE DUKE OF YORK'S [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received Hatch 1, 2.3v-m.] . London, February 28. Mr. James Keir Hardy, socialist and labour member for.Mertbyr.TydvO,' does not approve of the British Parlia ment voting £20,000 to cover the ex penses of the helr-apparenf s visit to Australasia, South Africa, and Can ada. He has given notice that be will move that only £1,000 be granted^for the purpose. , ?' The Opbir, which has been redeco rated and refurnished for the accom modation of the' royal travellers, start ed from Portsmouth yesterday.