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THE SYDNEY RAILWAY DISASTER. STARTLING EVIDENCE. A DEFECTIVE PERMANENT WAY. SYDNEY, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

THE SYDNEY RAILWAY ?RASTER. ? STABTLING EMDENCE. A DEFEOTIVE PERMANENT WAY. .RYDNKY. Febrmrv 28. The inquest on the body of Herbert Henry Daroley;\-who waa Mled in the Tempe railway disaster, was continued to /fiv Utr tti« mtx. mmmr. who had the as sistance as professional expert* -of Profes sor Warren ana Mr. Norman Seife. The jury visked tlie scene of the disaster in view of the evidence riven yesterday by. Mr. J. H. Carrufters, M.L;A. Mr. Wright, one of the witnesses, pulled out a loose dcffspike and found a nshpUte. on which one of the nuts- was loose. Professor War ren eaid .there was nothing about eiUier of these things to cause . derailment. Mr. Wright then polled out another loose dog spike. Professor Warren-r'Tfou can find defect* in every Tailway in the world, bot these things could not cause a .derailment. Mr.Carruther»-'I take it from what I hnve *een and other persons have seen wot the line is not in perfect order. If the line did not throw the train off passengers must...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE MELBOURNE SLANDER CASE. MELBOURNE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

THE MELBOURNE SLANDER CASE. MELBOURNE, February 28. The hearing of Constance Palmer v. W. Ford, the sunder action, in which £1,000 damages was claimed, was concluded to dav. Th«* Chief Jnatice fonnd in favour of the plaintiff, and awarded her £5 dam ages. Regarding the case as a whole, His Honor said that it had not been proved that plaintiff was a prostitute, and he therefore found for plaintiff. He thought, however, thai she had a bad character on which it would' be difficult to cast any last ing, or damaging aspersion, and therefore the damages would be small. He also thought in a rase of this sort, where the circumstances were doubtful from the first, and where plaintiff was under a cloud from the time of her coming from New Zealand, and had gone under a false name most of the time, the attention of those who insti tuted the action should have been aroused. It was impossible to feel the least sym pathy with defendant, but His Honor was there simply to administer the law, and in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CIVIL SERVANTS AT THE WAR. MELBOURNE, February 28. I [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

CIVIL SERVANTS AT THE WAR. MELBOURNE. February 28. As the Gbvenuneot- promised that the employes of the Postal and Defence Depart ments who- proceeded to Saith Africa would have their situations in the .public service kept, open an order in Council w^a passed to-day rescinding the order passed some time ago accepting- their rernatioas as.ofikers of the public service and grant ing them leave of absence. - . -

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PENSIONS AND COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES. SYDNEY, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

PENSIONS AND COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES. SYDNEY. February 28. A conuriunication bas been received trom Hie Agent-General transmitting a despatch from the Secretary of State for War stat ing that tb£ support awarded to the widow of Lieut. Grieve, of the New South Wales Military Forces, wbo was killed at Paard bertr, whOe attached to the Royal High: landers, is a pension of £80 a year and a gratuity, of. £118 12s. 6d., and to ea-A of her three children a compassionate allowance of £15 a year and a gratuitv of £30 10s. lOd. The pensions and compfcidonate'^llowaiiees are to take effect from February 19 of last year. . - - ? ' ,

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FRENCH DEATH DUTIES. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

FRENCH DEATH DUTIES. London, February 28. The Chamber of Deputies, hi Paris has adopted a resolution for the impo sition of death duties. The amounts leviable on estates will be progressive, ranging from 1 to 18} per cent

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THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. STUDY ON THE CONTINENT. London, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. STUDY .ON THE CONTINENT. London. Febrnarv 27. The study of English has-been made a compulsory subject in examinations for appointments in the public service of France. The English language has also been introduced In the curriculum of German dayschools, and has : been made an optional subject in the com mercial schools or 'Russia. w-v ; ' ; \ -'

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HINDMARSH COURT OF APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

HIUDMARSH COUKT OF APPEAL The niniaatrsb town ooundl sat as a court cf appatl agaiast aatsttmeaU on Thustdty eveaias;. Tbemayor, Mr. W. Blight, presldeATbere were » appsslt, aad redaettons were granted on 11 in niadmtwb Ward. totaUtag £37 on the aonnal ralat; one in Bowdea Ward, representing £&; aad 9 in Bromatoa Ward, aggregttinf £67; grand total, «m The imt—rnt for 1M1 was con ?rmtd. aad a general rate of la. in the pound, tad a atnltary rate, tpedal rate, and police rate, etch of a Id. ia tbe pooad, wen decbred.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AMERICAN STEEL TRUST. London, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

THE AMERICAN STEEL TRUST. London, February 27. The capital of the Steel Trust hi the Urilted States, which hopes to control tlie world's steel industry, is to be $300,000,000 (about £60,000,000) In bonds, $400,000,000 In preference shares, and $400,000,000 In ordinary stock. The Sheffield manufacturing firms believe that the combine will not affect high-grade and the best carbon steels, but that it will possibly Injure the English trade in girder bridge work.

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CORPORATIONS. PORT ADELAIDE: February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

CORPORATIONS. POST ADELAIDE: February 18. Pretent-Tbe mayor. Mr. J. W. Calre, Aldermea Iblln. Todd. Moyen, and Bains, and Cm. Wflkt, Irlcker, Jura, Butler. Shorney, Bigbnda. Cooper, HmM. GUMud. DowsetL Widdoo. Bole. Cnan noa, sad Lambert.— Tht Baihnyt Commbsioner noOOed that he was anxiout to renew at an early date, hi ? more permanent manner than at pre tent, the pamnger platform at Exeter, which wat stunted on the public street He desired to kauw if the corporation would ipprove of ? pennsnent erection of t maximum length of 430 ft. If to be would endeavour to make arrangement* upon tbt ttUmatet of next financial year. Tbe corpora tion approved ot tbe work 'with pleasure.' Alder man Todd presented a memorial on this matter Iron a urge number ot resident* of Largs and Efaatspaore wards,, urging the necessity for more tavuurable approaches to Ibr Kxetcr Station. Re ceived. A memorial, signed liy a number ot tatepaytn of Gbnville, was read by Cr. Lambert rcaaeaUng the corporation to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

i FRESH AS A ROSE! j : -(£- omrsRiin taaislO«ltMaa]'£amrthsW' !.,_. inr^Tfri^ i r - PDRI, EC0R01ICAU BlFBESHUvG. Otdbury's fjffMS si rfi'^'tsl s ssstQ ssssa* Ad mskts a bigt brtakmsi «aa tMssssa, n kwMag. «ssstibb, aai ttetaaay past) aai soarbhiag Otots. of tks sjtatstt itjssgtt asti tatst flavour, tathtiv Bat fraaj SaT SjBstxtsaa, ? ?.??-.??? .' :vm». DON'T LOOK OLD; With advaadmr »*tn giiytat* iaenttat. 8US Out with iJOCKTYXf STJLPHOR HATJt KB STOKER, which darken* to (be former colour aaS preserves the appearance. ?Leckytr's, tht KogMts &alr Bsttortr. aManrtevS] aO.WARD&00. ?TOOK AND ?HARstBMOKItlt, »«L7K . li. MMaVSTanr. tUtev W. H. GRE EN (Member Stock Esebaan of Adtbide), STOCK AND SHABS BBOKEB, ttd and Se, Boyal Sxchaagt, Tele natat 1MB. ?BSuivte J^MILLIONS ^9 WOMEN ***tK^^ * lattsa? ' *mb CUTICURA SOU1 form of wtsbet for uleeraUve wesknesses, for maay taaaUvs saUmttejpurpoHt. tad for antbt purpotet of thttouWDatkVssd nanery. tt Is bcomparabte. _MbT*BCtlMblCaa...

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ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

ODDFBLLOWSU1P. The annual meetiag of tbt Adtbide Dbtrict of fae SouUi AuttiaUan Oraad United Order ot Odd fellow1 Friendly Society wa* bdd on Tuesday, February 56. in the Alfred MaaonJc HalL Way month ttreet. Adelaide. The G.M.. E. J. Htary, D.O.M. O. W. Holloa, 0.8. J. O. Oafaora, A. w. Tockfr. tyler. aad t5 repretentatives from tbe variou* brancbet wen present The babnee sheet of the Adebide Dbtrict, md by the C.S.. showed tbe total income to the fusenl hud for the put half-rear to U» £933 15a, Id., tad the total expenditure to be fiOtS. baring a gain of £S8 16a. Id.; total in come from management fund, £315 lft. lid., with previous btlanct of £11 M*. 96., in all OB ij*. Sd.; total expenditure, £*21 16*. Id., leaving a babnee of £5 9s. 7dV; total income tram both fmdt, £1,(160 9*. 3d.; expenditure, £1.046 10*. . Id.: gain, £St 13*. td. Babnee to credit of fuaenlmnd, £7,518 St. lOd.. £6,811 10*. Ofwhleh b invetted ia good tnebold security. The Juveelle funeral fund showed a tnbll l...

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JUNCTION OF DE WET AND HERTZOG. BATTLE IMMINENT. London, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

.TUNK3TION OF DE WET AND HERTZOG. BATTLE IMMINENT. London. February .27. Commandant Herteog, with bis force which was recently in the Van Wyk's Vie! district, where it secured 1,500 remounts, is maklnc strenuous ef forts to form a junction with General Christian De Wet who with Mr. 8teyn and 300 burghers, hi now In the vici nity of PetrusvlUe, a village In the divi sion of Philip's Town, about 20 miles from Glade Drift, on the Orange River. London, February 28. Mr. Bennet Burlelgh, in a. cable mes sage dispatched on Tuesday evening to the ''Daily Telegraph,' states that the Orange River Is still- high, which pre vents the invading Boer commandos from retreating into the Orange River Colony as they would like to do. The British columns which formed an ex tended front from Corral's Pont to the Orange River Station are steadily closing in and ~ tightening their grip upon the country occupied-; by the enemy. ' Commandant Hertzog's forces have managed to join the 300 Boers who are under ...

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THE DEFEAT OF SCHEEPER'S COMMANDO. London, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

THE DEFEAT OF SCHEEPER'S COMMANDO. London, February 27. In the engagement on ? Sunday be tween a British force under Col. Sir Charles Parsons and Commandant Scheeper's band, of marauders near Willowmorc, 130 miles from Port Eliza beth, 40 Boers were taken prisoners. London, February 28. Sir Charles Parsons by a lucky, stroke attacked Scheeper's laager when the bulk of the Boer commando were absent. The result was that the whole of the enemy's supplies were captured and removed.

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BOER WOMEN IN DETENTION CAMPS. London, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

BOER WOMEN IN DETENTION CAMPS. London, February 27. Mr, Brodrick, Secretary lor war, in formed the House of Commons yester day, that in the. camps of detention' in the Transvaal and Orange River Colo nies the Boer women whose husbands are on commando arc on reduced ra tions, while the other women receive full rations.

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REINFORCEMENTS FOR SOUTH AFRICA. London, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

REINFORCEMENTS FOR SOUTH AFRICA. London, February 27. The War Office has decided to in crease the. effective strength'* of'Hbc Imperial Yeomanry at the/ Cape' to 15,000. Reinforcements to the number of 10,000 will be dispatched from England to South Africa before March 14. The majority of these will consist of mount ed infantry and artillery. ? ? ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE. February 28. At the l'nhran l'ouce Court to-day a fine of £'20, with three guineas costs, was inflicted on Albert Thomas, a dairyman'* assistant, who was charged with having tampered with nnlk left at a customers aotue by another dairyman. It was al leged that Thomas added water to the At the Wesleyan Conference. this evening a twentieth century thanksgiving fund meeting was held, at which the Rev. W. William*, secretary to the fund, announced amid«t cheers that they had signed promises in Victmia amounting to SM00 guineas, and in Tasmania to 6.422 guineas, or a total of 31,022 guineas. The intention was to raise 60,000 guineas. The members of the Stock Exchange have been granted permission to tender lor the new Queensland Government .loan of 1:1,000,000, which is now on the market. Henry Bubolph, an old man. was admit ted to the Melbourne Hospital last night; suffering from the effects of starvation. He was found in a paddock at Camberwell, having been there wi...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY/ February 2?. The Caledonian Society finished yesterday at McCulloch i ark the programme of sporti left unfinished from New Year's Day.- Mr. D. McLaren, chief, rcud the nroelamaiion declaring His Majesty LJward VII. King of England. / The consolidated revenue for February totalled £l,00S,4M, an increase on that for February of last year of £168,197. The prin cipal additions were in stamps and rail ways. At a meeting in the Coogee Aquarium Hath* to-night in connection with the Itandwick and Coogee Swimming Club's five mea competed for the plunging champion shin of the State. W. McDonald, of East Sydney, broke the Australian record of 61 ft. 6J in. by travelling OS ft 7} in. within ths minute limit W. B. Coates, of lie Enterprise Club, who held the record, was second with 61 ft.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH. February 28. The Government baa appointed Air. t. S. Brockman, Chief Inspecting Surveyor, to command an expedition to explore the Kim herlev district and oountrv in the n»i*h bourhood of the Leopold Ranges. It is posriWe the Government Geologist will ac company the expedition, which will start from Wyndham at the end of April, and will be provisioned and equipped for seven mouiUis. The Government intends to spend £4,000 outside the ordinary drainage board' votes in connection with the. drainage works in the Harvey district. In addition .. to this £2,000 will he voted for the snagging ol the Harvey River. '-. A ? The Perth Mint during February received 49,684 oz. of gold, and issued 142^218 sove reisns.

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SAVAGE MURDER. OF A KAFFIR. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

SAVAGE MURDER OF £ KAFFIR. London. February 28. Sir Alfred Milner reports, having re ceived evidence confirming the truth of the statement that Commandant Hert zog recently /flogged a Kaffir named Esau to death. at Calvlnla. .

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A BOER RAILWAY TRAIN. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

A BOER RAILWAY TRAIN. London, February 28. The Boers at Pletersburg, the most northerly terminus of the Transvaal railways, are running a train to Warm bad Station, and eagerly watching .for an opportunity to destroy the railway bridjre at Pienaar's Blver.

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