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PHILANTHROPIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
PHILANTHROPIC. Home for Incurables.— Tlie monthly meet ing of the general committee- was held at. the Church Office on Thursday,' February : 28. There were present Mr.. Henry -Scott, in the chair, Mcs dames C G. Gurr and H. Sauerbier, Misa Thorn Iwr, the .Very Rev.' Prior Spenee, urs. A. A. Hamilton and H. Swift, Mr. C. S. Leader, and the secretary. The house committee v reported two deaths and five admissions since last' meeting; Ul beds occupied and 22 applicants waiting admis =ion. — Upon the recommendation of the house and medical committees six applicants were passed for admission and two refused.— Accounts amounting lo £175 2s. 5d. were passed for payment. Iheasurcr's statement showed receipts £313 2s. 2d., including £250 as an endowment for a bed by Mr. A. Biermann. — Messrs. James Marshall and G. P. Olaridge were elected to fill vacancies on the committee.— Mr. Marshall's name was added to tlis finance committee. — The cliairman, Mr. C. B. Ilar dv, and Mr. C. S. Leader were ...
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. The following table has been constructed from observations recorded in thi3 office for every six hours during the last three days and for this morn ing. Height above sea level, 147 ft.:— ... 3 a.m. 9 a.m. 3 p.m. 9 p.m. Saturday ...... 29.89 29.85 29.84 29.81 Sunday .. .. .. .. 29.84 29.S4 29.34 29.80 Monday ? 29.S0 20.95 29.99 29.99 Note.— Barometer 29.99, steady, at 2 o'clock th's morning; clear.
AGRICULTURAL BUREAU CONFERENCE. MANNUM February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
AGRICULTURAL BUREAU CONFERENCE. JIANNUM February 27. The .. annual conierence oi Agricultural Bureau brandies was held at Aiaiuiuiu on luesday and Wednesday. There were a rreat manv visitors nresent. and the fol lowing branches were represented:— Cen- tral, Messrs. ¥. i5. H. W. Krichauff (chair man), Jdolineux (secretary), Thomson (dairy expert), Quinn (fruit expert), and Jeffrey (wool expert); Gumeracha, .Messrs. Huiina, Aloore, Lea, Jamison, and Kelly; Murray BridRe, .Messrs. Lehmann and Jeanscn; iiownul, Messrs. E. Urogemuller, C. DroReinuller, and Wcyland; . Mannuiu members were in full. Ifte chairman wel comed the visitors, and referred to the work of the brancli and the bureau gene rally. Mr. Krichauff- gave an interesting address, in which he spoke of the good work done by the Agricultural Bureau. He read extracts from a Queensland prospectus advocating that an organization should be framed on similar lines to that of the South Australian Bureau, to which very flattering refe...
METEOROLOGICAL.—February 26—March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
METEOROLOGICAL.— February 20— March i. Statement of the atmospheric pressure, tem perature, rainfall, and state of the weather leffistertd at the Adelaide Observatory during the past sfven days at the hours 'mentioned: — Bari Temperature. Itain Sate. 3 Therm 3 p.m. I 0 Weather, p.m. M'xim. Mia 'a.m. iSun. iShd. Tuea. 26188.8.131.52 £0.8 70.2 — ESE.li.fi.v.wm. Wed. 27 20.75100.6 09.5 76.5 — ENE.li.fi.v.ht. rimr. 28 29.67154.5103.1 7&4 — ENE.li.fl.v.ht. Fri. 129.72150.2 97.6 75.7 — WNW.li.ht.sIy. Sat. ' 2 29.80 145.3 83.2 72.6 0.22 S.W., li. o. Bun. 3 29.S4I39.2 79.2 66.0 0.12 5.W., li., c. Hon. 4 29.90'l23.2 73.t 61.2 — S.W., m., 0. Memo. — The liarometcr is reduced and corrected to 32 (leg. Fahr., but it is not reduced to sea level. The temperature- and rainfall are for the 21 houTS preceding the time of registration. The 'Weather Column' relates, to the condition of the weather at the time ,of observation only.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
' Oil and Gas Engines Th» Mo»tKVect M»Un- th»D*j. ? ? JAMES HILL & SONS, - gfr ? . 16 and 18, COBME^.,. ADELAIDE, a ? (TubelesB) CAN BE REPAIRED WITH A POSTAGE STAMP. These Tirei ai now made are undoubtedly the beat Tires on tba market. The erne of nuwipu . l&tton, and the way they detain the air is iron . - derfuL.'Vyrite to ua lor particulars, Ac, JAMES HILL & SONS, ?'k' ' 18 and 18, Carrie-street, Adel&id*. jC
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. KALGOORLIE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. KALGOORJJE, March 4. The February output ot iiannans i-ropnc-ary Mine was 1,200 tons of. ore. crushed for 416 oz. of gold. The Mount Charlotte Mine produced during Feb ruary 490 tons of stone, wmen yiemeu jh oz. 6 dwt. of gold. : .,;..?? At the Iron Duke Mine the mam shaft is down 508 ft, and sinking lias been stopped pending the timbering. Lode stuff is still showing in the bottom of the pit. The last batch of ore of No. 3 parcel is beiug dispatched to the Frcmantle smel ters, and the returns should be available early in the current month. ? ., ? ; ' A new experiment has been made in the treat ment of sulphide ore, and is said to be successful. The method consists of burning the stone in a kiln with certain chemicals, which, it is claimed, secure complete desulphurization, and renders the. stone amenable to ordinary battery treatment. On the south block of Hannan's Oroya Mine the winrc from the north drive below No. 4 level is still in payable ore. The lode no...
LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
LONDON QUOTATIONS. Messrs. Clarke & Co., Universal Buildings, Grcn fell street, have handed us the following:— London, March' 2. Associateds-51/3. Associated Northern Blocks— 48/9, seller. ? \ Golden Horseshoes— £10, buyrr. Great Boulder— 23/9. ? , G.B. Perseverance— £7. Great Fingalls— £5 13/9. Ivanhoe— £8 2/6. lake View Consols— £8. South Kalgurli— 48/9, buyer. East Rands- £7 18/9. Goldfields Consolidated— £S, sciler.
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Monday, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Monday, March 4. The following sales arc officially reported: — At 10 a.m.— North Queensland Tin, 90/; Asso ciated (C), 51/; Associated Northern, 48/3, 48/6; Boulder Half-mile South, 1/4; Croesus Proprie tary, 2/; Great Boulder, 24/3; Ivanhoe Junction, 2/3; Princess Royal North (paid), 1/7. At 12 noon-Block 14, 20/; South (paid), 27/; Great Boulder Perseverance (C), £7; Ironside North (con.), 1/5; Ivanhoe Junction, 2/3, 2/2J; Tarcoola Proprietary, 2/2.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALES. From 9.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. Gold. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALES. From 0.30 a.m. till S.30 p.m. . Gold. western Australian siocks. Associated (C)-B. 50/9, S. 51/3, sales 51/. Associated Northcrn^-B. 48/9, S. 49/, sales 48/3, 48/6, 48/9, 48/6, 49/, 48/9, 49/. Bank of Kngland^f S. 3/. : ? ' ? Baylcy's United-B. 2/5, S. 2/8. Block 45— B. 2/9, S. 2/10, sales 2/10, 2/9. Bonnie Cliarlic (paid)— B. 1/4, S. 1/5. Bonnie Charlie (con.)— S. gjd., sales 9Jd. Boulder Central (paid)-S. 1/1. Boulder Consols No. 1-B. 8d., S. IOd. Pbulder Half-mile South-B. 1/4}, S. 1/5, sales 1/4. Boulder North Extended— Sales 6d. Brooklyn's Boulder (C.)-S. .5/2, sales 5/3. Brownhill Central-B. 3/1, S. 3/2, sales 3/6. 3/3, 3/1 3/, 3/1J. Brownhill Junction— B. 3Jd., S. 4Jd. Croesus Proprietary-B. 1/9, S. 1/11, sales 2/, 1/10. Chaffer's-B. 5/6, S. 6/. Cumberland (con.)— B. 9d. Golden Queen-B. l}d., S. 3d. Golden Zone— S. 4d. Great Boulder-B. 24/3. S. 24/4i, sales 24/3, 24/4i. Great Boulder No. 1-B. 2/. Great Boulder Main Beef-B. 40/6, S. 40/9....
SHARE MARKET AND MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
SHARE MARKET AND MINING. The share market opened quietly on Mon day, and prices of mast stock were about the same as at the closing of Saturday's business. Towards the close -rf the day tnere seemed more inclination, to iraae, ana rates generally advanced slightly. The im provement was not of any considerable ex tent. Northerns and Hainaults and Prin cess Royal (con.) benefited most in the cold stocks. There were few exchanges in diver shares, and tnoee few took place at just about Saturday's prices. Copper was quiet, with: CliillaEoes showing a small advance, while Sliding Rocks, in which moderate ?business only took place, fell 1/3, and closed at 6/3 seller. The tin market, ia which only Xorth Queensland had any business, was decidedly .weaker; first the exchanges took place at £90, and the market closed with, sales at £82, seller £83. '
WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. forecast of probable weather from Monday after noon till Tuesday night. Issued at 1.30 p.m. on Monday. South Australia. — Cool and cloudy, generally line, except a lew hiignt snowers in soum parts. Fine inland. Southerly (south-west to south-east) winds. Smooth sea. Victoria (supplied by Mr. P. Baraechi).— Cool weather generally, fine inland, but cloudy with passing shrnvcrs on coastal districts; west to south winds; light inland, but fresh on coast. New South Wales (supplied by Mr. II. C. Rus sell). — Unsettled over central and eastern districts with showers, associated with thunderstorms. Southerly winds. Considerably cooler throughout Western Australia (supplied by Mr. W. E. Cooke).— Generally unsettled throughout, with rain chiefly inland, but also in other scattered places. Some scattered rain fell on Saturday, being for the most light, but there were some heavy thun derstorms and rain between Blinman and Hawker, around Yongala and Johnsburg, and ...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
MAIL NOTICES. GRhAT BRITAIN.-Marcli 7— Via Suez, R.M.S. Umba, 11.15 a.m.; newspapers and registered let ters, 10.15 a.m.; late letters, G.P.O. 12.15 p.m., Adelaide Railway Station 12.30 p.m., Port Adelaide uamvay station vi.i;i p.m. British and foreign parcels post per the abqyo steamer closes at G.P.O. 10.45 a,m. (Mail due in London, April 7.) Sp. March 10— Via San Francisco, 3 p.m.; late fee, 3.30 p.m.; money orders to States, ]2.30 p.m. Sp. March lit— Fricdrich der (Jrosse, 11.15 a.m. Su. March 23— Via Marseilles, Australien, 10.15 a.m. MANILA, CHINA, and JAPAN.-March 14-3 p.m., Gnthrie, via Sydney. CAPE COLONY and NATAL. —March 10— Nineveh, 3 p.m. NEW AUSTRALIA (Paraguay).— March 7—3 p.m.,- via New Zealand. NEW CALEDONIA.— March 11-3.30 p.m., to Syd ney, thence por first opportunity. SAMOA ilnd other SOUTH SEA ISLANDS.— March 11-3.30 p.m., to Sydney, thence per first opportunity. FIJI. — March 11—3.30 p.m., to Sydnev, thence per first opportunity. AUCKLAND and WELLINGTON.— March...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
THE CANDLE That will not glow op give any dls agreeable smell wien extinguished, BURFORD'S 'DffllflN' BRAND. GOLD MEDAL ANTWERP. i , ? - ???????' . ? j«at*.. ?O A ti L D - I N G ' S ^- ? Well-known Fragrant ESSENCE OF LEMON for Flavouring Jellies, Custards, Blancmanges, Pies, Puddings, be. Tt ia five times the strength of ordinary essences, and is conscauentJy the cheapest to use. n60c' INlUk ABVCRTISIMINTt ST. GEORGE CLARET. rHlLADELPpiA MEDAIj. ? Agents^MILNE & CO. . «64thse2 JUST PUBLISHED, Two Pamphlets, connecting the Second Advent with Progress ot New Cora monwealth. Booksellers, 3d. ' ??? : ? . *64,6 SA. GOVERNMENT 3 'PEfe CENT. STOCK « (Free of Income Tax.) PRICE AT THE TREASURY TO-DAY, with interest from' 1st December,' 1900, £100 ^ F0E £95. .nc INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Page., - Page. Amusements ? 10 Miscellaneous Wanted 10 Auctions ? 10 Money ....... 3 Board and Lodging .10 Municipal and Dis Businesses for Sale or trict Councils . . 2 Wasted ....... 10 Offices to L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
?PBOIAL ADVM^IMMMim 'LAYS AND LYRICS,' i. yoLOME OF POEMS BY THE LATH MORQAN HAWKES. Price, 2/6. U*y be had from all the principal Boolcsdlen In ? ? the City. ? *388o MB. FRED ESKELL,™™1 Late ESKELL k TATTERSALL, 32, King Win. st. ♦Sfea D ADIrTB O Pn TAILORS, 66, King Wm. 8t rAMVCn & UU.f I o'clock Saturdays. S52thv n nniuri i tailor am Ii nilWrl I outfittir, ? *2I7thi» ARt2S-S* }BAL FOUR'S. 11U OFFICES in EAGLE CTAMBERS, now occupied liy C. G. Varlcy, Esq., to be Let. Henry Scott, Eagle Chambers. »46tfc jf*OCKLE'S PILLS. W ? FOR BILE. COCKLES PILLSc __ ? FOR LIVER. COCKLE'S PILLS. FOR ACIDITY. COCKLE'S PILLS. \J ? FOR HEARTBURN. COCKLE'S PILLS. ? FOR INDIGESTION COCKLE'S PILLS. ? FOR SICK HEADACHE. COCKLE'S PSLLS. %J IN USE. EVERYWHERE. ' /COCKLE'S PILLS. \^ FREE FROM MERCURY. COCKLE'S PILLS. W IN USE OVER 94 YEARS. tn Boxes at Is. ljd., 2s. 9d., is. Bd.. 11s., and 22t Of all Kelidae Vendors ttioa?ho;t ths Worll II E 'A B G U S' is now ONE PENNY. The rates of subscription t...
THE LAW COURTS. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SITTINGS. CAUSE LIST FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
THE LAW COURTS. SUPREME COUnl^-CIVIl. SITTINGS. CAUSE LIST FOR MARCH. [Before His Honor tliii CliicI Justice and 8 .luiy.J Tuesday, March 5, at 10.30 a.m.— C. a'C. Bloxam ' — Dixson v. Dungey, Ralph, & Co.— W. A.- Mu Mrpr. . ' [Before His- Honor the Chief Justice.] Thursday, March 7,- at 10.30 a.m.— J. R; Ander son—Hocking v. Taylor— T. C. Holland;- At 2.30 p.m.— A. J. XleLaclilan, agent for n.-W. Hal combe— Cleeaon v. Malyehi— G. Degcnuardt. . Friday, March S, at 10.30 a.m.— E.. II. Lambert-'* BelliiiRham v. Silvester— G. Degenhardt. Friday, March 15, at 10.30 a.m.— P. R. Stow— Colliiisv. Collins and Another. Wednesday, March 20, at 10.80 a.m.— P. R. Stow — Coombe v. Coomjic sad Others— G. M. Eviin. Dates to-be Fixed.--P. It. Stow— AVelbourn v. Playford— F. G. Scammcll; T.C. Holland-Lucas v, Smeaton — A. J. MeLacblan. . INSOLVENCY' COURT. ' ADELAIDE:, Monday, March*. . .-.'?'.' : [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell.] In re Ilcnry l'urvis, formerly of 'North Adelaide,...
POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Monday, March 4. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., F. J. Whitby, and W. H. Carpenter.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Monday, March' i. [Before Messrs. J., Gordon, S.M., F. J. Whitby, an3 W. H. Carpenter.] ' wary uoracner wascnargtawuiiiiavinffiicglDcted to fulfil a contract entered intp with' Sarab Coker by refusing to pay fis., wages due, and by dismiss In; hcr from employment without notice. Com plainant claimed 10a,, being fa. wages duo and Pa. t-ne week's wages in lieu of notice. ' Mr. T. Bright For defendant. After, hearing tho evidence .£ho court dismissd] -the information.
THE LOTHIAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
THE LOTHIAN CLUB. The monthly meeting of the above club was held at the- Selbomc Hotel on Saturday evening last.- The vice-president (Mr. R. McLaren) was in the chair. An essay on 'Historic Associa tions: An Influential Factor in national Life was read by Mr. J. B. Anderson, and was favourably received. The election of officers for the ensuing year resulted :— President, Dr. Ramsay Smith; vice-president, Mr. R. McLaren; treasurer, Mr. W. Whitehill; secretary, Mr. J. B. Anderson; au ditor, Mr. J. Brown; pianist, Mr. R. Hoskine; committee of management, Messrs. G. Gay, A. W. Hendry, P. D. Ormiston, J. A. Whillas, J. Gay, G. Thorn, N. A. Webb, and J. Anderson; musical committee, Messrs. D. M. Eunson (convener), 3. Nielson, R. Gilchrist, W. Gower, and D. G. Wil son. An enjoyable programme of vocal and in strumental, music was carried out under the direc tion of Mr. R/Hoskine. A humorous recitation, 'Pastor McNock's Address,' w&s contributed ,by Mr. A. W. Hendry. Capt. D. Drysdal...
BLOCKERS' RIGHT-OF-PURCHASE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
BLOCKERS1 RIGHT-OF-PDROHASE LEAGUE. A meeting of the executive committee of the above league was. held at the Bristol Tavern on Monday nigbt. The president was in the chair. A letter iK^i the United Labour Party was con sidered, and it was decided to write declining to receive the suggested deputation, and referring the council to the .league's former letter. A mo tion was ala- passed that the executive recommends the local branches not to support the labour mem bers at the coming federal elections.
THE COMMONWEALTH. THE ROYAL VISIT. LIMITING THE LIST OF ENGAGEMENTS. MELBOURNE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
THE COMMONWEALTH, THE ROYAL YlSIf. LUUTING THE LIST OF ENGAGE ? MENTS. MELBOURNE. March 4. The list of engagements drawn up for the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall an'd York duriuR their stay in Victoria included a visit to Ballarat. Since this list was made puouc me resiaenis oi jjeuuigu aim ucr long have strongly urged their claims to a royal visit, and Mr. Peacock accordingly wrote to the Uovernor-General to see if the wishes of the people in those towns could be complied witn. The ' following reply has come to hand: — 'Government House, Sydney, March 2. Dear Mr. Pea cock— I duly received your letter requesting me to reconsider tlhe proposal that their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York should visit only one inland centre during their stay in the State of Victoria. I venture most emphatically to point out that their Royal Highnesses are coming to Australia for tlie express pur pose of opening the Parliament of the Com monwealth, and that, in accordance with t...
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901
TIIE ' RAINFALL. The following are the quantities of rain regis tered at the undermentioned stations for the tortv eight horirs ended at 0 a.m. on Monday, March 4: — . '?'.'. '?' ? ?'?' :?-. ' ? ' ?'- Adelaide ;.'.. Z. 0.12 Freding ...... 0.12 Port. Darwin . . . .0.04 Greenock . . « . . 0.15 Brock 'Creek'.'. . 0.79 Stoekwell . . . . '. 0.1B Burrundie ? 0.75 Nuriootpa ? 0.10 Pine Creek . . . ?. 1.77 Ansaston ... . O.li Daly Waters .... 0.28 Tannnda ....... 0.07 Powell's Creek . . 0.33 Lyhdoch ? fl.09 Tannant's Creek .. 0.70 flawler ...... 0.10 Blinman . ..?..- 0.77 Rmitlifield .... 0.0U JIawker . ..... -1.14 Twd- Wells . . . . 0.04 Wilson ...... 0.00 Virginia ? 0.03 Port Augusta . . 0.15 Salisbury ...... 0.10 Port Aupista West 0.10 Teatree Gully . . 0.10 ?6rt Genncin. . . . 0.13 North Adelaide . O.U Port Pine ... . . 0.08 Gienelg . . . .'. ?'. 0.02 Crystal Brook . . 0.05 Magill ........ 0.17 , Port Bro'ughton . . 0.20 Mitcliam . i . . . O.W Bute'. . . ..... 0.15 Craters . . .... 0.16...