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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
AUCTIONS Wbstract o# sales by auction dcx thjs dat. F. J. Botting & Co.- At their Mart, at twelve^ Property Sale. F. W. Bullock & Co.— At the Town Hall, at half paat two — Property. ' , ; ' D. W. Melvim^At his' Mart, at eleven-Property Sale. ? Johnson fc Co.— At their Mart, at half-past ten-'. Furniture. Elder, Smith, &'.Co.— At ten— Tallow; at twenty minutes past ten— Hides. ? - Lnxmoore, Chapman, & Co.— At ten— Tallow; at half-past eleven— Hides; at half-past two— Sheep- skins; Rabbit and Opossum Skins to follow. Co-operative Wool and Prodncc Association.— At a iniarter-past eleven— Hides. ,'* . ' ' Luxmoore, R. J. Coombs, & Co.— At ten— Tallow; at a quartcr?past ten— Hides; at two— Babbit and Opossum Skins; Horsehair, Gum, and Sheep skins to follow. .' ' ' » . ? THIS DAY (Monday), March 4, at 12 o'clock,. AT THE ADELAIDE AUCTION MAHT. VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY, PART TOWN ACKE NO. OS, HINDLEY STREET. IN THE ESTATE OF SYDNEY JAME3 SMHJH, DECEASE...
VICTORIAN RACING CARNIVAL. THE AUTUMN MEETING. NEWMARKET HANDICAP WON BY WAKEFUL. MELBOURNE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
VICTORIAN RAGING CARNIVAL. THE AUTUMN MEETING. ' ? NEWMAtRKET HANDICAP WON BY WAKEFUL. [By Tarquin.] MELBOURNE, March 3. Xewmarket Handicap Day of 1901 will be noted for the success of one of the hot test favourites on record for the race, for +.!«- lirillianf TifirfmrmaiKie ot La Carabine in the Essendon brakes, and lor trie tact tnai the whole of the ha.f dozen events on the card were won by. heavily backed first favourites. It was a disastrous day for- the riug, all of whom to a man must have lost. Saturday 'morning was 'extremely hot and dusty, and these unpleasant climatic condi tions affected the attendance at Fleming ton, but a cool southerly wind sprang up while the Newmaiket Handicap hordes were taking their preliminaries, and the change proved very welcome. . The Hopeful Stakes, which opened the proceeding*, attracted . nine runners, and tliR PrwIltKrfc' Klly Dodona, in lleywood's stable, was installed favourite,' she being, backed down froin'5 to 2 to -5 -to 4.''Bar her 6...
RUSSIA'S DEMANDS. London, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
RUSSIA'S DEMANDS. London, March 3. Li Hung Chang is afraid to refuse the demand of Count Lamdorf for vir- tual Russian paramountcy in Manchu- ria and various exclusive privileges in Northern China, though he is quite, aware that the concession would mean the loss of the province to China, and probably cause trouble with the other Powers, as only Russians and Chinese would be allowed to trade in Manchu- ria except at the greatest disadvantage. Prince Ching is soliciting the advice of the Foreign Ministers at Pekin re- garding the course that should be adopted._
THE POWERS AND CHINA. EXECUTION OF A BOXER LEADER. London, March 1. [Received March 4, 2.45 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
THE POWERS AND CHINA. EXECUTION OF A BOXER LEADER. London, March 1. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] &nbsp; [Received March 4, 2.45 a.m.] It is officially stated at Shanghai that Yu Hsien, ex-Governor of Shansi, one of the most prominent of the leaders in the anti-Christian outrages, was be- headed at Lan-Chau-fu on February 22 in accordance with the demand of the Powers. It is further announced that Li-hai-chun, a protege of Prince Tuan and Gen. Tung-Fuh-Siang, has started a rebellion at Lan-Chau-fu, the capital of the Province of Kansu._
MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
MUSICAL 'MfES. .fBv Musicus.1 Mrs. Albert .FairbaJm (Miss Lqhi G3» kspie) writes to say that, her first Christ' mas in the' old country proved very enjoy able — the weather beinc beautiful ^— andl passed all too soon. The South Australian soprano appears to have met with a series of most gratifying successes. She says: — ? 'I sang at a large dinner (held in the con cert hall of the Crystal Palace at the begin ning '. of December, and received a double encore for Cowen's 'Swallows.' Since last writing you ? I have, been up to Yorkshire and Lancashire singing, iand I think pleased them greatly.' Mrs. Faii'bairn encloses several press notices of these- engagements, which are highly eulogistic. One writer says:— 'Her first effort was sufficient _ to disarm _ criticism ' and compel admiration. Her voice is pure, bright, and musical, bub the dhief charm of her singing was the ex ceptional facility, clearness, and accuracy of expression, and the cultured style.' '? Ano ther critic observes...
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
SHIPPINGS/ Cape Borda.— March -2, 2 p.m.— Barque .passing inward.- Wind— S.R; sea smooth. -March 3, 9.15 a.m.— Xonvcgian barque signals JDVN, passing for Sncnder's Gulf. 12 noon— Steamer Gulf of Tarinlo passing inward. 12.50 pjn.— sstoamor of wnite Star line passing inward. Wind— S., light; eca smooth. \' Semaphore.— Monday, March 4— Low water, 11 a.in.;-high water, 5 p.m. - ARRTVED.-March 2. ? Marioo, steamer, 2,628 tons, AW Knight,', master, from Western Australian ports. Passengers— -Mos-. dames E. F. Monk, A. H. I [lit tun .and infant, tkhota and five children, T. Craves, Giles and two children, (J. Stevenson, Woolcock, Yoskino, S. -M. Hockc and infant, Colledgiy Ferguson, Heam and two children, Sherwood, O. Hunt, Skinner, M. George, Thompson, Lake, Douglas, K. Jessop, K. Uickey, Gibhs. Patey, Lowthor, Stonal, C. JHns'.e and two children, . Misses Wrightson, Walshc, J. Cole, Reynolds,- Shaw, Chester, K. O'Halloran, Thompson, N. Potter, M. Tompsitt,. Brewer, Terrj, ICittavan, M. ...
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
CORONER'S INQUEST. At the Arab Steed Hotel on Saturday morning the Acting City Coroner, Mr. G. H. Ayliffe, held an inquest upon, the body of Valentine William Gower, who died at his residence in Gilles street on the previous day. - William Robert Gower, son of deceased, identified the body. His father had been an invalid for about seven years. He some- times became very morbid, and would think that the world dealt hardly with him. Deceased had no cause for this feeling beyond his illness. He was of sober habits. Witness had frequently heard his father say he might as well get rid of himself. His physical pains were unbearable. Recognised the bottle produced labelled "Poison." - Another son of deceased said his father was in great agony on the evening before his death. Early the next morning deceased threw the bottle produced labelled "Poison" out, saying, "I have &nbsp; bested you now." On the previous day deceased had tried to get a carving knife, but witness &n...
ENLARGING THE LEGATION AREA. London, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
ENLARGING THE LEGATION AREA.. London. March 2. &nbsp; Following upon the protest addressed by Sir Robert Hart to the Ambassa- dors against the conduct of Austria, France, Germany, and Italy in seizing the Imperial Maritime Customs Build- ings in Pekin, the foreign Ministers &nbsp; have decided that Italy shall retain the customs buildings, because, it is point- ed out, they are needed to extend the fortified area in which the legations are situated._
MAGISTRATES' COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
MAGISTRATES* COURTJ . MOUNT GAMBIER, TFridayT, March. I.'' [Before.', Mr. Glen, S.M.];— John Jewell was! .brought lup on remand charged. 'with having stolen a Jted Bird bicycle from L. Dc Granfli. bl WarrriamboOl. M.C. BUrtpn, in the auHenee.Ql.aD¥j-congt»blo^or cotn munication from '? the Victorian police, 'asked that the prisoner might be discharged' from custody. The S.M., however, thought -it well to give the Victorian police ' another chance of communica ting, and' further remanded the prisoner to Mon day..*- ?'..???? : ? ? ?* « ? ????'?. PORT ELLIOT, February March 1. [Before Messrs. L. Y. Tite, Joseph Abbott, and J.S. Harding.]— Arthur Madge Was charged on the in formation of C. W. Colman with having unlaw fully painted on fences in the Strand, Port Elliot. &nbsp; Defendant did not appear. Charles Wilson Colman, Clerk of the District Council of Port Elliot, &nbsp; produced authority from the council to lay the information. He saw on the fence belonging to &...
BUBONIC PLAGUE AT POET ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
BUBONIC PLAGUE AT PORT ' ADELAIDE. A case of bubonic plague has occurred at Port Adelaide. Theodore Riege, a wharf labourer, who was seized with illness on Sunday, February 24, on Thursday last de veloped suspicious symptoms, and as the result of close observation on the part of his medical attendant, Dr. E. W. Morris, Dr. Borthwick and Dr. Lowson— an. expert from Hongkong— who were engaged by the Port Adelaide Local Board of Health, the patient was, on Saturday afternoon, con veyed to the quarantine station at Tofrens Island, together with the inmates of his house.' Up to that point the case was look ed upon as highly suspicious only, but fol lowing independent bacteriological investi gation by Drs. Borthwick and Lowson it was on Monday afternoon diagnosed as one of undoubted plague. The house in whicn Riege resided is located in Quebec street, one of the most thickly populated portions of the town, and it has been thoroughly fumigated and cleansed under th'e direction of the local...
A GOLDEN RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
A. GOLDEN RAIN. In Australia -floods follow droughts so surely as night follows day, though,' unfor tunately, tlhere is nb other regularity about these violent extremes of weather condi tions. In parched periods pastoralists in the back blocks keep their cattle and sheep on thcr dry country as long as there is a vestige of herbage and a drop of water in the dams in the hope that the rains will appear providentially. Sometimes the lean season is so protracted that the starving animals die by hundreds and thousands be fore they can be removed to more favoured spots. Such has been the experience of the past few: months in the far northern, north-western, and north-eastern portions of South Australia, the south-western tracts of Quensland, and the extreme western plains of New Soutli Wales. There the. affliction lhas been the most severe known for many years, and pastoralists have en countered appalling losses of stock, while people in the more settled portions of the continent have had...
THE STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
THE STATE ELECTIONS. 'The Australasian National League lias convened several meetings of its members recently to consider probable vacancies in the local Legislature likely to be caused by the elevation of present members to fede ral seats. It has been unanimously decided that Mr. G. Riddoch,.for the, southern, and Mr. B. A. Moulden, for thie 'Central dis tricts, of the Legislative Council, shall Lave the support of the league. Other districts are under consideration.
NEWS OF THE DAY. THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
NEWS OF THE DAI THE FEDERAL' ELECTIONS. . Nominations were received in Adelaide on Monday for the Senate and the House of Representatives in the Federal Parlia ment, in connection' with which the elec tions will take place on .March dO. The competition for the six seats in the Upper House and the seven seats in the popular chamber is not what might have been ex pected. For the Federal Convention, elect ed in 1897 to frame' the Commonwealtli Bill, there were 33 candidates for the 10 seats allotted to South Australia, whilst yesterday 28 nominations were received by Mr. Boothby for the 13 places in the Federal Parliament that will be occupied by representatives! of this State. Eleven will go to the poll for the Senate, and 17 for the House of Representatives. With one exception all the candidates for the Senate are present, members of the local Legislature, whilst (he eleventh aspirant has had previous -'political experience. Eight of the candidates for the House ot' Representatives a...
THE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
THE PLAGUE. The reappearance of the .bubonic plague in the principal Australian States thus early in the season of the year most favourable to its ravages is not a pleasant incident in an unusually troublous period.* So far, however, as South Australia at least is concerned there is not the., least occasion for alarm, though no consolation can rea sonably be derived from any doubt whether the malady is really plague. That fact has. 'been attested— not hastily, but after careful study and de liberation—by the health officer of the city (Dr. Borthwick), who has latterly devoted much research to the bubonic disease, and also by Dr. Lowson, of Hongkong, who has probably had as much experience as any other man liv ing in its symptoms and treatment. The alert health officer at Port Ade-. laide (Dr. C. Bollen) has with charac teristic energy and thoroughness, and the hearty co-operation of his mayor and the State authorities, done his ut most to prevent the .spread of con tagion; and the p...
"PLENARY INDULGENCE." [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
'PLENARY INDULGENCE.' A few weeks ago, in dealing with the relation of the Passion Play at Oberam mergau to the modern stage, reference was made in 'The Register' t» the plenary indulgence granted to Joseph Mayr, who acts the principal part in the sacred drama. In an article by Miss L. C. Morant, published m the 'Nineteenth Century,' it was repre sented 'that the Pope had 'granted' the man a pardon not only forhisown sins, past,, present, and future, but; also, with a truly lavish generosity, for ?those of all fais children.' Cardinal Vaugham, on reading 'this statement, sent to the editor a note alluding to it as 'a shocking piece of ignorance or misrepresentation;' and 'that where upon the latter promised' *o enquire from the writer upon what authority her assertion 'had been made. In the January number of the review— which oow ibas to be indicated by the awk ward tifle of the 'Nineteenth Century ?ami After'— appears an apology from the lady who got 'her infonnaition at secondhand...
ASTRONOMICAL NOTES FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
ASTRONOMICAL NOTES FOR ' MARCH. (Communicated by the lion, secretary of the Astro-' noinical Section of the lloyal Society of South Australia.) iui; .juu uses ai on. mi. ».m. on tne 1st and sets at (ih. 51m. p.m. On the 15th it rises at (ill. 16m. . un. and . sets at (in. 31m. ?i.m. . On thc Slst it rises at bli. 2.S a.m. and sets at Oh. 12m. p.m. xv uuuiui auuiuuru uiiie ironi me sundial atltl 28 minutes to sundial time on the 1st, 25 minutes on the 15th, and 20 minutes on the 31st On the 21st, at 4.30 p.m., the Sun enters the sign Aries, and, astronomically speaking, our autumn season commences. The .Moon will be full on the 5(h at 5h. 34m. p.m.; last quarter pHase occurs on the 13th' at lOh. 30m. p.m.; *new moon on the 20th at lOh. 2:1m. p.m.; and first quarter phase on thc 27th at 2h. 2m. p.m. The Planets.— Mercury is near the Sun, being in inferior conjunction on March 8. It then. be- comes a morning star, and may be seen before sunrise at the close of the month. Mars is visibl...
The Register ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1901. THE FEDERAL NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
Win §tptn ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1901. THE FEDERAL NOMINATIONS. The nominations for the first repre sentatives o£ South Australia in the Parliament of the Commonwealth were received on Monday, and the list is now nnalized. For (5 seats in the Senate there are 11 competitors; and for 7 iu the House of Representatives 17 contestants have offered themselves. Several of the names are those of strong men, but the inclusion of others may well occasion surprise. In no conceivable circumstances can one take seriously the candidature oi some of the gentlemen who are nominally aspiring to represent the State iu the Lower Chamber of the Federal Parliament; and curious people may be pardoned for speculating upon the reason for their appearance in the arena of first-class politics. It may be love of notoriety; it may be desire for cheap advertisement; it may be pure patriotism— the elector who has 'to pay the cost of the election may select his own alternative. A study of the list as a whol...