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MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

MEETINGS. ' uxugarra rcacral Tin corporation.— An extra ordinary general meeting of shareholders was held in tin; Arbitration-room, Brookman's Building, on Mondav afternoon. Mr. II. Giles nrpsirini. The chairman explained that some of the shareholders had pointed out that an attempt might be made to get the property, which was. a valuable one, into the hand* of a few people, and then force the sale. To prevent such an occurrence, a new regulation had' been drafted by the solicitors, which he read, to prevent the sale, mortgage, or disposition of the property without the approval of two-thirds of the shareholders. . He moved the adoption of the proposed regulation. This was seconded by Mr. Sabine and carried unanimously. The Hon. J. II. Gordon, M.L.C., was elected a director, the company, on a poll being taken, hav inir decided to increase the directorate from three to four.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

REPORTS. Tarcoola Mam R«cf Development— February 18: —Contractors completed contract. MeEwin's Shaft down 104 ft, being secured by timber. Next fortnight only two men and carpenter will be employed limn umocnng is nmsneci. Allowing water -to rise all Saturday and Sunday to deter mine where drives will be put in. Ladder-way of wire will be put down, and with whip going work can lie. carried on full swinjr with only two men, and a horse hired when required will do away with slow windlass work. Hamley.— February 23:— Lode in bottom of 175 level N. of No. 1 shaft not looking quite so well as fortnight ago, but still yielding equal to about 2J tons of 25 per cent, ore per fathom. Making preparations for testing extent of yellow ore in bottom of level, some 20 fathoms nearer shaft than present working. Lode in 116 end N. without much change, although it is generally 'of more promising character. I/-do in winze in bottom 90 level N. without change, all stuff therefrom being sent through dr...

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MUSICAL INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

MUSICAL INTERNATIONAL COL LEGE, LONDON. Mr. W. R. Knox, F.M.I.C; the locaJ se cretary, has supplied us with the following list of successes gained by candidates at t.hpnrv examination, held Noveiiber last: — Miss M. C. Howie's (Maclaren Vale) Pupils.— Alberta Penroge, junior pass and junior honours, first class; also; awarded the bronze' medal for best junior honours paper; Daisy Elsie Sheidow, junior pass. Miss F. Barhet's (Gawler) Pupils.— Alice Rod'da Game, junior pass and junior ho nours, second class; Nellie E/ J. Baldwin, junior pass and junior honours, first class. . Miss Nwvbefy's Pupil— Hilda W. Lund berg, junior honours, second class. . : ,Miss N. LeLievre's Pupils.— Mabel Fithel Sketheway, junior pass; 'Edith Winifred lines, junior pass. ... . Miss Tilly's (Hanhvicke* College) Pupils. —Delia A. Considine, junior pass; Jane Currie Tait, junior pass; Eva Holly Smith, junior honours, first class; Ethel Mary Wood, -junior honours, second class. Mr3. Morris's Pupils.- -Athalia...

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PUBLIC MOURNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

PUBLIC MOURNING. According to a' supplement to the 'London Gazette,' published on January 28, notice, signed by 'Norfolk, Earl Mar shall,' was given 'that after March 6 next it will not be desired or expected that the public should appear in deep mourning, but that half-mourning should be worn until April 17 next.' The time of deep mourning in South Australia will, therefore, expire 3a Wednesday.'

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THE PROCLAMATION AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

THE PROCLAMATION AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. The Minister of iMucanon, non. &. u. Batchelor, has decided that copies of the proclamation of the King, distributed amongst the State school children, shall also be supplied to the pupils attending pri vate schools. The teachers of 'the latter may obtain the required copies upon appli cation to the chairman of the board of in spectors.

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THE AUTUMN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

THE AUTUMN SHOW. The annual autumn exhibition of the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural So ciety will be held at the Jubilee Exhibition building and grounds on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. There will be excursion tares on all tne railways, and given fine weather Mr. J. Creswerll should be able to record a fine gate. The show will be opened at noon on Thursday, and His Excellency the Governor and Lady Tennyson will visit the Exposition at 2 o'clock on Friday. The ex hibits on the whole will be much more numerous than for the pre-. vdous March engagement. Entries for fruit, flowers, except collections, and vegetables can be made up till 9 o'clock on the morning of the gathering. There is bound to be a (rood display of fruit this time. There will be a larger exhibition of wool than last year. The entries are favourable in blood stoak. Those for horses in action closed on Monday evening; and late-fee entries may be received up to to-day. On Thursday t'here wall be a parade of blood...

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NORTHERN TERRITORY. PORT DARWIN, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

NORTHERN TERRITORY, POKT tVaRWTV TUWl. 4 A friendly rule matdi between a team from H.ll.tj. Ringdove and members of tho local' defence club was fired on Saturday afternoon, and resulted in an easv victorv for the former. r liie annual meeting of the Northern Territory Racing Club was held on Satur day. The election of officers for the ensuing vear resulted as follows:— Patron, Has Honor Jlr. Justice Dashwood; president, Mr. V. V. Brown; secretary, Mr. Adcock; treasurer, Mr. Shanahan; and committee, Messrs. E. V. Brown, Cahill, Martin, Bud pen, Wedd, .1. Laurie, Kirkland, Bickfonl, McKay, Pratt, Weedon, Harslett,' E Littl?, and l^angdon; timekeeper, Mr. Marsh; clerk of scales, Mr. Barnes; starter, Mr. Martin; clerk of the course, Mr. Arnold.. The annual races were fixed for August 8 and 9. IO1.S. Ringdove sailed, yesterday for Batavia, en route for England.

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TO-DAY'S DIARY. Tuesday, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

TO-DAY'S DIAEY. Tuesday, March 5. Sim rises (i.S a.m.; sots fi.40 p.m. Moon rises 6.24 p.m. ; sets 5.44 a.m. Semaphore — Low water, 11.15 a.m.; high, 5.15 p,BI. !!?').— Frome road— Zoological Hardens. 7.30.— Henley Beach Ch. of Christ— Anniversary. S.—Y..M.C.A.— Meeting Literary Society. 8.— Pirie Chambers— C. Vauffhan's committee meet S.— Town Hall.— Mr. Kingston addresses electors. 8.— Institute-S.A. Society of Arts. S.— Unley Park— Continental. S.— Tivoli Theatre— Vaudeville entertainment. R. — Theatre lloyal — 'Lohengrin.' Last exempt night for lights on vehicles.

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

Mothers - Children Bejoice in the cleansing, purifying, and beautifying properties of Cdti Cuba. Soap and Cuticdba Ointment, purest and sweetest of emollient skin cures. These gentle yet effective skin purifiers and beautifiera have made thousands of homes happy by curing torturing, disflguringhumours, rashes, and irritations of infancy and child hood, and relieving tired, /worn-out parents of care and anxiety. BoM by in ColonU Cbcmiifc. Porni Diro iro. Ghl Coir., Sole rroi*, Baton, 0. B. A.

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

Advice to Mothers 1— Are you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the paid of cutting teeth? Go at once to a Chemist and get a Bottle of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless and pleasant to take, it pro duces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and too, little cherub awakes ' 'as bright as a button.' It soothes the child, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, rcgulttc6 the bowels, and is the best-known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Mrs. Win slow's Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere at Is. lid. per bottle n203tczd

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

CORRESPONDENCE. 'W-ager,' Glenclg.— flintlock, 7 st. 13 lb. (A. Kirkpatrick) ; Australian, 8 st. 2 lb. (Holmes); Loch Dee, 7 st. (Madden) wnrn f.hn nlaeprl hnrsps in thp Perf h Him rim on January 1, 1901. The two miles occu pied 3 rain. 33 4-5th. sec, and Flintlock won easily by three lengths. 'H. Sheridan,' Petersburg. — Handover won .the Hills Railway Stakes run at Oa kaparinga on April 3, 1893. Da Capo and The Arab were second and third respec tively.

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WATERVALE RACES. WATERVALE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

WATBRYALE RACES. WATERVALE. March 2. A successful race meetmp was held here on Wednesday last. There was a fair attendance, and most of the events were, well contested. Follow ine'are'thc results: — Hurdle. Race— Mr. J. Kain's The Boer (Nolan), 1; Mr. \V. J. Player's Storm Queen (Kains), 2. Trial Stakes.— Mr. 0: Wilctw's Bendor (J. Par ker), 1; Mr. A. Ward's Mystery (W. Burflcld), 2. Eifrht started. : ? Watcrvale Handicap.— Mr. H, Williams'sHImo nitc; (II. Williams), 1; Mr. J. . Bcrryman's Coun tess (Hugo), 2. Eight started. 'A Rood racer' Handicap Pony Race.— Mr.- 1?. Wood's Prime IH. Williams), I;1 Mr. ].; Hill's Sepal (J. Kairi), 2. Seven started. ...?''?' Flying Handicap.— Mr. MeArdle's. Blanche Mer ton (J. McGann), 1; Mr. Benyman's Counters (Hugo), 2. Nine started. Hack Race. — Mr. J. Kain's Storm Queen (H. Williams), 1; Mr. A. Ward's Mystery (W. Bowley), 2. Seven started. ' HOBART, March 4. The following. are the drawers of placed horses in Tafctersall's Consultation on the Ne...

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

t ASK FOft . ' -.. SPECIAL LIQUEUR KEEGAN'S^WHISKY SOLE AGENTS,'. . ? ? ? ? RANDALL & BOQCAUT. SUITABLE PRESENTS* iA Large Selection of LADIES' JEWELLERY, WATCHES, l OPERA GLASSES, 4c. STERLING SILVER TOILET REqUISITES. SILVER-MOUNTED LEATHERWARB. DIXSON'S E.P. WARE, A. L BRUNKHORSTS. 110, BUNDLE STREET. n8ftse AS we have succeeded in saving several thousands of our negatives, will our clients requiring duplicate copies kindly send orders i?i the usual way? Chir new printinp rooms are ap to date, refitted with all the latest appliance?, thus ensuring facility and the highest finish. All the latest styles and processes in photo graphy. Cabinets,. 10s. 6d. per dozen, including a 12 x 10 Opal or Bromide Enlargement. STUDIOS, '65, RUHDLE-STBEET, and at King WUliam Btreet p31thso BURDEN'S HEADACHE WAFERS tie a Speedy, Safe, and Effectual Cure, Is. a Box. J. B. BURDEN, CHESnST, 45, Kins: William street. nT7tns Ha* amngtd to carry on his Business at the UJETAIDE PHOTO CO.'S PREMISE...

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

M MEMORY OP VICTORIA THE, GOOD. TO HELP POOR MOTHERS IN THEIR DIREST NEED. 16,262 ^^1 Shillings.

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A COLONEL VICTIMISED. MELBOURNE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

A COLONEL VICTIMISED. MELBOURNE. ''Miirrii 4. Acting on intormation supplied by Lol. G. S. Madden, an' English visitor, -who is spending a brief holiday in Melbourne, the police to-day 'arrested two younyr-inen on a charge of having conspired to defraud him. He attended tlie races at Flemington on Saturday, and was prevailed upon to en trust sums of money to two men for the purpose of backing norses. Late in the afternoon Col. Madden became aware that he was being victimized, and invited the iwKce to attend his 'settling up' to-day, when the arrests were made. Col. Madden says his loss was only £15, but he con sidered he was discharging a public duty in bringing the matter under notice.

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

Silver Stap Starch. THE BEST IN THE WORLD. We do not Sell Wall Paper By Weight... But we sell quantities of it by its artistic worth judged by the workmanship and efiect It is the beautiiul designs and color Mendings that show the real worth of good paper when upon the wall. Let us send you Wall Paper that is a work of art, that will be pleasing to look upon as long as it lasts. Our Selection for 1900-1 is nnrivalled. We sell the best at reasonable prices. Cbos. WDHelau) $ Co., Wall Paper Merchants, . 7 Ring William Street, mm. LONDON MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY. I efc.&ihing&Sobek I CHATEAU TANUNDA BRANDY '.--??? CONSUMED THROUGHOUT W, P. AULD & SON'S,' SOLE AGENTS. n43UJc I^T. ESTELLE CLARET. I FINEST WINE IN THE MABKET. I CHOUWONDELKV * ?OMMQUrr, 27, QBENMLL 8TRKT. | ..-'.-? ? - ustc Floriline!— For tlie Teeth and Breath.— A feVr drops 0! the liquid 'Floriline' sprinkled on a wet toothbrush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all ...

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PRIVY COUNCIL APPEAL. MERCADOOL LAND CASE. London, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

PRIVY COUNCIL APPEAL. MERCADOOL LAND CASE. London TVfnTvIi 4. ? The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has given judgment in the ?ase of the New South Wales Minister af Lands versus James Wilson. It re mits the action to the Land Appeal Court, with instructions that questions 1, 3,' and 4 as formulated by the court for the decision of the Supreme Court shall be answered in the affirmative; and holds tliat the Gunnedah Land Board is entitled, with the sanction of the Minister, to transfer the hearing of the case to Sydney. The respondent is ordered to pay the costs of the hearing in the Supreme Court and the costs of the appeal. The litigation arose out of the refe rence by the Minister of Lands to the Gunnedah Land Board of the question whether James Wilson, a selector, had made a false declaration when he took up his conditional purchase land at Mercadool. The Land Appeal Court, ou appeal to it, decided that the land board had jurisdiction to deal With the matter set out in ce...

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THE SYDNEY RAILWAY DISASTER. INQUEST CONTINUED. SYDNEY, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

THE SYDNEY KaILWAY DISASTER. INQUEST CONTINUED. SYDNEY. March 4. Ihe inquest on the body of lierberwienry Darnby, who was killed in the Tempo railway disaster, was resumed to-day betoic the eitv coroner. Reorco Heslon sairl Jm bad visited the scene of the accident short ly after its occurrence. He was walking along the line towards Sydney when lie noticed a bent fishplate and a broken bolt beside it. He picked up the bolt 'mid thought it very bad iron. From where the engine left the rails to below the junction he noticed that several bolts were missing from the outside rail, and he could see daylight under the ends of the sleepers, both before and after the place where the train had left the rails. On the following morning he found that fresh bolts had been put in, and he noticed that the line hud been reballasted in places. Critchett 11 y fllop said he was riding in the fourth car from the end of the tram, which was travel ling so quickly that iie became afraid while passing Sydenh...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 4. The Premier has issued circulars to mem bers of Parliament asking if it is their wish that a contingent shall be sent to the open ing of the Commonwealth Parliament, and if so. iiow many1 men shall go. The Premier, on being asked if the report were true that 'he purposed again visiting the Pacific Islands, replied that he was net aware of any such arrangement. Dairy cows, are realizing £10 to £13 15s. pei' -head.

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KING EDWARD. London, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

KING -EDWARD. London. -March 4. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.! [Received March 4, 0 p.m.] '\ On his return to London after visit ing the - Empress Frederick in Ger many, King Edward was met ai Charing Cross by his son, the Duke of York, and was accorded a hearty ova tion on the part of the populace.

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