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HEAVY RAIN IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

HEAVT JIAIN IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE. March 4. A telegram from Winton states that rain fell. generally throughout the district on Saturday, and 6 in. was registered in places. Creeks are flooded, and sheep, which had been removed because of the drought, are now* returning to their former pastures. Al together 38 in. of rain ha$ fallen on the Coen Goldfields since January, and the country is almost impassable.

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THE FEDERAL TARIFF. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

THE FEDERAL TARIFF. To the Editor. Sir— A few days since I came across ah instance of how free trade is ruining Great Britain, and I hope she' will continue to be similarly ruined for some time to come. ix appears mat xuussia is exporting cheap bounty-fed sugar; America, being protec tionist, objected to cheap sugar, and there fore imposed a countervailing duty. Eng land, being free trade and having 'thrown away her weapons,' did not protect her self; but protectionist Russia in retaliation on protectionist America increased the duty on American machinery by 30 per cent. Consequently poor England is bejng flood ed with cheap sugar, much to the joy of her millions of sugar consumers, and also very much to the benefit of the British jam makers, confectionery manufacturers, bis curt bakers, &c, and when she sends her machinery into the Russian markets Rus sia discriminates in her favour against America, by a duty of 30 per cent., and notwithstanding this the British people clin...

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VICTORIAN RACING CARNIVAL. THE AUTUMN MEETING. AUSTRALIAN CUP DAY. FINAL SELECTIONS. MELBOURNE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

VICTORIAN HAVING CARNIVAL. THE AUTUMN MEETING. ' AUSTRALIAN CUP DAY. FINAL SELECTIONS. [By Tarquin.l MELBOURNE, March 4. Rain fell last night and this morning, duo there is every .promise of fine weather for Australian Cup day. The field lor the big event has been materially reduced, but the race bears an open appearance, and it is ? quite on. the cards that it may be won by one of the outside division. .Finland, who ?has to carry 8 st., is bound to render a good account of himself. He has been doing capitally on the tracks, and Hickenbotham, who is satisfied with the way in which the colt performed in the Leger, thinks that whatever beats him, will win. Advance was a strong order to-day, principally on the strength of his gallop at Flemington j this morning. Competent judges, such as Payten and Hickenbotham, say they have never seen it equalled, and there is no doubt the New Zealander is uncommonly brilliant. It must not be. forgotten, how ever, that although he has the reputation ...

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THE BETTING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

?THE BETTING MARKET. The card was called at *the Victorian Club at noon. Advance and Finland dis puted favouritism for the Australian Cup, each being quoted at- 100 to 30. The New iieaiander was packed to win a couple of thousand at this price on 'the strength of a capital gallop he executed at Fleminjfton this morning. He ran a mile on the ten in 1 inin. 45J see., which is equal to anything yet done over that distance there. Maltster opened weak, but after being well support ed at 100 to 8 and 10 he firmed to 8 to 1. Dreamland was also in good request, being backed for all the money in the market at 7 to 1, and closing a point shorter. The V.R.C. Autumn Meeting this year will be noted, so far as the betting market is concerned, for the manner in which two wellJbacked horses in the Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup were knock ed .about at the Victorian Club and came to life again. The liberties taken with The Watchdog last week have already been made public, and to-night a somew...

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"THE REGISTER'S" MATERNITY HOME SHILLING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

'THE REGISTER'S' MATERNITY HUJdE SHILLING 1?UND. Shilling! Lady Tennyson ? .' ? lusW tUs lluiur the Chief Justice ana Lady 1 Way ? ? ? SOO, I'ruurieturs ot 'Hie Register' ? 200' Sir. and Airs. William Uurtord ? 1W) Hie Archbishop (Most Hev. John U'KcilyJ .. MKJ Lord Kicharu iSevill ? SO stock bxchange Festivities (per A. & ' l-oilieriuguaiu ? SO father ot five ? 20 Mrs. Uenjcr ? &) Esperauee ? '. ? 23 b'ailicr ol Seven ? 7 A. h., 5/; il. t. S., a/; E. B., 3/; Father ot 'iluee, a/; and Father ot 1'hree, 3/; Father of Two, 2/; Mother of Nine, 2/ .. S3 G. Wood, Son, & Co ? 600 L»r. Humphrey ilarten ? 420 K. J. It. Murray ? 200 Lady llray .. ? iu5 Mrs. Humphrey Marten ? 105 Balance of Queen's Wreath Fund, 9/; J. W. O., 10/; Misses Tilly, 10/tf; Ernest Benda, 5/; and 1)., -11 .. .... .. ? S3 Father of Five (second contribution) ? 23 H. U. I) ? 20 i. llornubrook ? 106 Hobt. Kay ? J(W fcir John Colton ? , .. iO3 Miss Colton ? 105 Mrs. Uoundy ? .. .. .. .. 20 11. C. ...

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A SHOOTING FATALITY. BROKEN HILL, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

A SHOOTING FATALITY. BROKEX HILL, March 4. Kennald \V. mil, aged la, residing in Blende street, was fatally shot by a com panion at Purnamoota yesterday. ' Hall and three other lads left Broken hill early in the morning on a snooting expedition. Upon arrival at Purnamoota. they proceed ed in Indian file ia search of game, the lad following Hall cam-ing his gun at half cock. When it exploded the charge entered Hall's leg. The untortunate lad was brought to town as quickly as possible, but he lost so much Wood that all efforts failed to save his life, and he died at a o'clock. An in ijuest was held this afternoon, and u ver iiet of accidental death was returned.

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"A NICHT WI' BURNS." [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

'A NIGHT AVI* BURNS.' In the St. Andrew's Uall, Wakefield street, on Monday evening, a large audience spent 'Twa 'oora at hame' with;the Rev. J. B. Ronald,'- of Melbourne, who delivered a lecture entitled 'A Nicht wr Burns.' The lecturer treated his hear ers to; an entertaining discourse on the life of the immortal Scottish bard, touching on the most striking events in his career. Well-told anecdotes. ai.d selections from the poet's worla recited with considerable elocutionary pqwer occupied a deal of time. He held up Burns as a typical Scot in his exemplar}' conduct as a son, as a father, and in his benevolence and kindness. The speaker, was frequently applauded. During the evening' Miss Mcl.«)lan and -.Messrs. EunsoD and W. Green con: Vriba'tcd a programme of Scotch songs -with Burns's words. ?'??-?? ''?'?:? ?.: ' . ?' - '

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A "NEWS INVESTIGATOR" SUES FOR LIBEL. THE HAWKSLEY LETTERS AGAIN. LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

A ' NEWS INVESTIGATOR', SUES FOR LIBEL, THE HAWKSLEY LETTERS AGAIN. [From our Special Correspondent.] LONDON. February 1. A case tried this week belore wr. jus tice Ridley has given the public a side view into ithe manner in which news is sometimes obtained bv those employed in collecting intormation for the newspapers. Mr. lurn bull broueht an action for libel against Mr. Hawksley, the alleged libel consisting in the writing by him of a letter to the Under Secretary for the Colonies, in which it was stated that Turnbull and Wallis— the latter being a clerk of Hawksley's— had been con cerned in. abstracting certain letters from his (Mr. Hawksley's) oflice, and that Turn bull had been summarily dismissed from the employ of the 'Daily Mail.' Turnbull, an American 'news-investigator,' came to England at the end of 1895, about the time of the Jameson raid excitement. '- He got employment on the 'Evening News,' and afterwards on the 'Daily Mail,' both papers belonging to Mr. Harmsworth. ...

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PLAGUE AT PORT ADELAIDE. A WHARF LABOURER ILL. SENT TO TORRENS ISLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

PLAGUE AT PORT ADE LAIDE. A WHARF LABOUKBR ILL. «ENT TO TORKENS KDA1NI). . wTiat.has been dehmteiy diagnosed , by medical experts as a case of true bubonic I-kgue has occurred: at .Port Adelaide, the n:tripnr, hfino- ThpnHore Bieffp, a wharf la bourer, residing in Quebec street. Al- ? though the illness was looked upon as Fits-'' picious as early as Thursday lait, it was kept' a secret by the local authorities until ; .Saturday, when developments had eo far proceeded as to warrant them in at least declaring the case to beav every similarity . to plague, and to order the removal ot the. patient and contacts to the quarantine station at Torrens Island. All doubts regarding the nature *£ the diseaye were removed on ilonday afternoon. . . Ihe particulais of the case, supplied by Dr. I3ollen on Saturday afternoon, shdw that on Sunday, February 24, R.ega was taken ill, and on Tuesday evening ne con sulted Dr.- E. \V. Morris. . xhe nia.i was t'hen a trifle feverish. On Tnureuay morning h w...

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A PARIS SENSATION. A LADY STUDENT'S DEVOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

A PARIS SENSATION. A LADY STUDENT'S DEVOTION' a girl student in l'ans attempted oa' Tanuary 19 the life of Professor Emite De schanel, the father of the Pi evident of the Chamber of Deputies. She waited for him outside nis lecture room at the Collegs de France, and as he approached went up and1 fired at him. The shot took effect,' not on Ihe intended victim, but on the wouldbe assassin's friend, another girl student, who lived with her and. attended the sams classes at Paris University. Both girls are Russians- of respectable 'family. ? The ons who fired on t-fie aged Professor, having fully made up her mind, as she confesses, to kill; him, is named Vera Gelo, aged 20, and her parents, who live at Odesivi, ara landowners. On arriving in Paris in De cember she 'was insulted,- she says, in tha street. The other day, going to a lactuiV at ? the College de France, she recognised her insulter in the aged- lecturer, 'or,.a( least,.' she adds, with a splendid sense oi irresponsibility, 'at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

CLOSED IT 1 O'CLOCK SATURDAY, BUT OPEN IMIL 0 O'CLOCK FRIDAY. ALL STTMKEB eOODS GREATLY REDUCED; 21 in 1/- Osi ;4fein ^1) ^^W n Tl off Cane Lounges, Bamboo Verandah Blinds, Outdoor and Indoor Cane Chairs, mBShP POSITIVELY Wire Dish Covers, Rubber Bcse, Floor Mattings, &c gju^H 65 All Goods marked in Plain Figures. s» that you eaneslily find cut whethw «r riot you g«t this raduetlon. , 1 Yff ~r Splendid Seal Hair Fall-sized MATTRESSES at £4 A Bargain. /MATTRESSES and BEDDING, also CPHOLSTER1 Kcnqrated Splendid Fnrnisning Catalog on Application. Really Well and Very Cheaply. 7* 87-* hooper's FrritixiSKtiixct aBcade, HINDLEY & LEIGH STREETS. fl I I) ? n THE FAMOUS REBKbY. meffi'l D80HCHITIS UURL S r!S£qlKHI' Prtp»red only andt sold Wholesale tod BtUil by the Proprietor, W. G. HEABNE, Cmmtet, Geelon?, Victorii. Small die/ 2s. 6d.; Urge, 4s. Od. Sold hjr ChemitU and Medicine Tendon. Forwarded by post to any addre* when not obtainable locally. : SOmthte

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

j Are You I i Listening? I I B I It Concerns A1L-- | I In correcting and pre- I venting the ill effects of ? unwholesome water no I . other medicinal beverage ? possesses such pecuhar m virtues as '?'' ' T 1 WOLFE'S 1 J SCHNAPPS 1 2 In Rheumatism, Gravel I H and cases of Obstruction I H y in the Kidaeys . and w jL ** Bladder— its effects are 1 ffl . prompt and decided. . 1 ? AcknowlMtccd by th* Htodieal M. J Faculty. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

PURE, ECONOMICAL, REFRESHING. ttdbury'i Cocoa is economic*)— i null ipoon fill mikes a large breakfast cup delicious, re-. freshing, digestible, and absolutely pure and BOurUhing Cocoa, of the greatest strength and Isttt flarour, entirely bee tram any admixture. j s3Ute '

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FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR. J. F. TURNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

FAREWELL SOCIAL TO MR. J. F. TURNER. On Monday evening a complimentary . social was tendered to Mr. J. 1-\ Turner, the well-known butcher, who is retiring from business. The natherimr took nlare at the Federal Hall, Grote street, 'and there ' was a large attendance. Mr. W. J. Denny, M.P., who occupied the chair, expressed the high esteem in which their guest had been held during his many years residence in West Adelaide. Mr. Turner was retiring after building up a large business, which , had .been most conducive in attracting ' trade to the district, and his example had. stimulated many other persons to establish . industries in their midst. Their guest had, . been conducting his own business for 23 1* years, and bore an upright and honourable reputation as a man of a shrewd and enter prising turn of mind and a kindly and unassuming disposition. Beginning in a small way Mr. Turner had built up one of the largest butchering establishments in the city, yet during the whole time he had...

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NOTES AND QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

NOTES AND QUERIES. ? 'Plymouth Rock.'— Let the man. off thfg time. 'A Russian Romance.'— It 18 too late to* . revive the. discussion. 'S. F.'— Well written, and we regret that we have not space at present for'euch a discussion. ; 'Zadkeil.'— The almanac you ask for ig not stocked by the. booksellere, but they will import it for you if it is still published. 'Daisy.','— We cannot find . the company mentioned in the directory ?' but may be able to help you if you will state the nature of the goods manufactured by it. 'Anxious.'— A special dieap excursion, train will be run to Melbourne and Sydney, leaving Adelaide on April . 1U. Fares:— 1» Melbourne— First class, £2 10s.; second, 30s. To Sydney-First, £6; second, £4. Intercolonial, ordinary excursion tickets. will, be issued from April 1 to 8, and will be available for return within three months from date of iffeue. Fares:— To Melbourne — First, 80s.; second, 50s. To Sydney— First, 148s. 3d.; second, 99s. 'Constant Reader,' Port Linco...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR. GLYNN AT NORTH ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR. GLYNN AT NORTH. ADELAIDE Mr. P. MeM. Glynn, M.P., began his federal election campaign in the North Ade laide Institute on Monday evening. There was a capital attendance of electors. . Mr. UJynn said that successiuj candidates must not enter the Federal Parliament with a determination to at once legislate on the 39 - delegated matters. As lack of know ledge and haste were the bone of legisla tion, they must first endeavour to gauge the temper, conditions, and necessit.es of Australia. They must look to slow and steady development rather than flushes, and teach by federal example the great value of self-dependence. While cunfi dence was inspired by the men .and their opportunities, he held that the ag^iegats of Australian liabilities, about 200 millions, of, £52 per head,, an annual diain of 72 millions in interest, and a rate of increase of debt suggested by the addition of about 70 millions in 20 years, should at least give them pause; (Hear, hear.) There must...

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PERIODICITY IN RAINFALL. SYDNEY, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

PERIODICITY IN RAINFALL. SYDNEY. March 4. Mr. Russell, the Government Astrono* mer, in the course of an interview to-day, said he was in possession of overwhelming evidence that it was quite possible to fore cast years ? in advance when good years would happen, and how long they would last. He was positive that th'^rc was a periodicity in the rainfall that, wisely stu died, would turn out to be a law which would make the, pastoralists much more flourishing than they had been.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

p U R E O F A S T HSIA, V , with ? ?? CEBONIC BRONCHITIS. Hy wife w»s suffering for 27 years from thl above complaints, and I have during that tine spent a great amount of money in trying to get a cure for her. ? ' ? . At last we were persuaded to try the Iceland Re medies for Chest Complaints, obtained from Mr. C. Olscn, of the Iceland Depot, 19, Flinders street, Adelaide. I am happy to be able to state that a few months' treatment had the most unexpected' ly. fortunate result She is now perfectly free and easy, and Is able to enjoy life again, -which was formerly a burdet to her. r OTHO N. NOAKE, The Museum, North terrace, Adelaide. ** February 14, 1901.. , , \ , nx SHARES SOLD AND BOUGHT MONEY LENT. ASHEB & KING, BAMS ot NEW ZKAIiAND CHAMBKK8, POUB SB ^ ? ' : Blf^B ? * MR. SHANASY, DENTIST, .NORTH-TEERACE, OPPOSITE INSTITUTE. Hours— 10 a.m.- to S nun.; StrurdarB till 1 p.m. /*--'- ' ' «O33thso- IJf It |tlj Wtiffal UMTS prie* l/Sparpaekat. S. P. BOND, Ltd. WMBHOU8K. GOOD S...

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TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

TELEGRAMS FROM MAN'AfiEIlS. Sliding Rock.— March 4:— Xciit.— At 31 ft change of country came 'in; not showing quite so much malleable and grey ore. Broken Hill Water Supply.— The Broken Hill water supply engineer telegraphed on March 1:— 'February consumption, 17,871,200 gallons.' Oroya South.— latest assiy from footwall of lode, IS dwt. -gold per ton; sample of stone posted. Cumberland. — March 4: — Arranged crush 50 to 100 tons Mar}-; started carting yesterday; stopes showing good gold.

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BULLION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

BULLION RETURNS. fculphine Corporation.— Week, rcbruary 23:— Central Mine, Broken Hill— Ore milled, 4,386 tons; concentrates produced 929 tons; do. do. special plant, 67 tons. Average assay of concentrates — Kilvcr, 27.4 oz.: lead, 60.45 per cent.; zinc, 11.66 per cent. Cockle Creek Works— Bullion produced J20 oz. gold and 20,368 oz. silver. Princess Royal.— February:— 24 days' crushing; battery, clean up from 1.401 tons. 9J3 oz.; cya nide, 1,338 tons, 311 oz.; total, 1,251 oz.

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