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THE SPRAT WHICH CATCHES THE MACKEREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
TIIE SPRAT WHICH CATCHES THE MACKEREL. A gentleman who has followed the adop tion of the use of artificial manures by our fanners with considerable interest 'has been iicurinff out what it means to South Aus tralian agricultures tins year, lie esti mates that the wheat crop will return to the farmers £1,750,000, and that fully half a million profit lias been made 'by them out of fertilizers. This he nghtly regards as a magnificent triumph Tor the application of scientific principles to industrial affairs, and it makes, he contends, the expenditure oa the Agricultural College and the Agri cultural Bureau stand out as one of 'the most profitable investments this State has had. The half million mentioned is inde pendent of the increased railway revenue, and the increased -business generally, which, of course, count for a irreat deal.
"WEATHER SHOOTING." [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
'WEATHER SHOOTING.' 'Practical weather shooting'' is the tMe affixed- to a pamphlet in German printed at Gratz, whence it has been sent to us bv its rmblishors. Tn some people the title— like 'practical for tunetelling,' or 'a handbook to Chinese doctoring'— may suggest a contradiction in terms. According to most ideas the weather is something which, resembling the perverse soldier in the fairy tale, will. not stand still to be shot In this case, however, the facts and figures supplied by Mr. Wragge^the Queensland meteorologist, to a representative of 'The Register' iu the interesting interview reported recently prove that iu the Alpine foothills, where the strange system was initiated, it has produced use ful and practical results, and that the progress made during the last year or two is remarkable. Last November at Padua, in northern Italy, an '?interna- tional congress of weather shooters' was held, and great enthusiasm seems to have been displayed. The appara tus by which the c...
The Register ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1901. THE FEDERAL ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1901. THE FEDERAL ISSUE. The speech of the Federal Minister of Trade and Customs iu the Town Hall last night was— in pleasant contrast to others which he h:is delivered in the same building— satisfactory in tone. [t showed that the speaker's increased jflicial responsibilities are tending to mbdue . his usually too aggressive jxuberance. The address, however, i-ontained nothing now; but that fact is not necessarily a disparagement of the Minister. For many reasons he mist not give much information about' [lie pro-posed tariff of the Common wealth, because if he were to do so icute merchants would save huge ?sums of money by importations and tvithdrawals of goods in advance of its imposition. Where Mr. Barton had failed to do so Mr. Kingston could liardly bo expected to utter anything novel as an advocate of pro tection, for the fallacies ot Unit foolish liscal faith have beou exposed as often as the sophisti cal arguments of its champions have been worn...
NEWS OF THE DAY. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
NEWS OF THE DAY. Tlffi FLOODS IN THE NORTH. 1'lie Commissioner of Public Works lias received information that the floods .across the railway line near Warrina have some what subsided. On Tuesday the stream over the line had lallen tram 7 ft. to 3 ft, and it is expected that the train which has been delayed for some days will reach Oodnadatta on Wednesday nicht.
WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
WEATHER RKTORTS AMI KOBKCVSTS. forecast oi 'probable weather from Tuesday after noon till Wednesday night, issued ac 1.30 p.m. on Tuesday. South Australia.— Fine and nleasnnt wrallior. Seuttered clouds, chietly along south coastline; bouth-east and east winds. Sea smooth. Victoria (supplied by Mr. i'. liaraccbi).— Fine in land, but cloudy in southern districts, with scat tered coastal showers; south and south-east winds, fresh on coast.- Sea moderate, but still rather rotigli cast of Wilson's Promontorv. Western Australia (supplied* by Mr. W. E. Cookc).— Cool change shortly setting in along the west coast and gradually spreading eastwards. Meanwhile hot or sultry inland. Monsounal influences over the interior of this State haye now given place to line weather under the influrnec of a. high-pressure system which has formed over the Southern Ocean and our south coastline. This high area this morning covers the southern parts of the continent between liass Straits and the Leuwin. and e...
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
1VITEV TD AilVR-.RTTSKAniTNTS Page, j Page. Amti?fincnLs ? 10 Mining ' ? 2 Auctions ? in Miscellaneous Wanted 10 Aquatics ? 1' Money ? 3 Hoard :md I/odsing . 2 .Municipal and Dis liusinesses for Sale or trict Councils . . 2 Wanted . ? 3 Offices to Let .... 2 B.u s I n e s s No- Patents and Trade tiers ? 1,10 Marks ? 3 Cycles, Sc ? , 2 Persons Wanted ... 10 Carriers ? S Produce ? 7 Companies & Societies 2 Properties for Sale . . 2 Drapery & Clothing 1-3,7 Properties Wanted . . 2 Education' ? 3 Public Notices ... 2 Electoral Notices . . 2 Publications and Sta Funeral Notices ... 2 tioncry ? 3 Florists & Seedsmen 10 Shipping ? 1 Horses, Cattle, Ve- Situations Wanted. . 10 hides ....... 3 Special Advts. . . , i Hotels k Restaurants 10 Sporting ? 10 Insurance Notices . . 2 Professional .... ( 10 Legal Notices .... 2 Tenders ? 10 Lost and Found ... 10 To Let ? 2 Machinery ? 3 Wanted to Buy .... 10 Medical ? 3 Wanted to Sell .... 10
BAROMETRICAL READINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
BAROMETRICAL BF.Anrvfis The following table has been constructed from observations recorded in this office for every six lioura during the last three days and for this morn ing. Height above sea level, 147 ft :— . 3 a.m.. 9 a.m. 3p.nu '9 p.m. Sunday ? ' 29.SI 29.84 29.S4 29.80 Monday ? 29.88 29.95 29.99 29.99 Tuesday ? 29.99 30.00 30.09 30.03 Note.— Barometer. 30.01, steady, at 2 o'clock this morning; clear. *????'.
THE LAW COURTS. SUPREME COURT—IN BANCO. Tuesday, March 5. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Boucaut.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
THE LAW COURTS. SUPREME COURT-IN BANCO.' Tuesday, March 5. rBefflre His Honor Hr. Justice Boncaut.1 Motion for Directions as to Mode of Trial. Brown v. Brown and Another. Mr. Badger appeared for the petitioner, Patrick Thomas Brawn, who had initialed nroceedinrai for obtaining a divorce from bis wife, and moved that the case be tried before a Judge at the next Civil Sittings ot the Supreme Court. He also made *n application that the evidence of witnesses, other than that of the petitioner, should be Ukcn by commission. He read an affidavit to the effect thai some of the witnesses resided in New South Wales «nd that the petitioner was not in a position to pay the costs of bringing them over. Order u prayed, leave being given for the Judge before whom the case was tried to accept evidence 01 affidavit if ccccEsary. In the Matter 6f a Lost Will. Mark Searle Applicant Mr. F. G. Scammell appeared for the appliVnt, and moved for a grant to the Public Trustee ot letters ot administration o...
SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SITTINGS. Tuesday, March 5. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] Dixsan y. Dungey Ralph & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
SUPREME COI'BT— Tinr, SITTlVfiS Tuesday, March 5. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice] Dirstm v. D«nin»v- Rainh At fv, ? ill. u. a'Uourt Bioxnam appeared for the plain, tiff, and Mr. G. J. R. Murray for the defendant. This was a cose under the Trade Marks Act, but by arrangement between tha parties it was adjourned to a date to be fixed. A jury had been summon ed, and His Honor intimated that he did not thinb a jury should have been applied for in an equity case of that kind. The jury had been summoned at the request of., the plaintiff, and he would hav« to pay the fees. The jury were then discharged.
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London. March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London. March 4. Dr. GoldAviu Smith, of Toronto, the: well-known author aud constitutional authority, expresses the opinion that Imperial copyright marriage, and patent laws are the natural accessories of a united empire. The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has dismissed with costs the appeal in the case Scottish Provident Company versus Victorian Commis sioner of Taxes. In the London County Council elec tions, which have proved faA'ourable to the Progressive Party, only 250,000 out ot't 700,000 A'oters went -to the poll.
DEATH OF THE HON. A. HENNIKER-MAJOR. London March 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
DEATH OF THE HON. A. HENNIKER-MAJOR. T,nnrlnn Afniwli 4 The death is announced of the Hon. Albert Edward John Heuuiker-Major, sldest son of Lord Henniker and for mnrlv livivnfo sHU'whirir in tlin V.av\ of Xiutore and Sir FoAvell Buxton, Go vernors of South Australia'. [Capt. Henniktr, as he Tvas best known to South Australians, was born on May 30, 18(35. He ivas educated at Eton. 'and Tri aity College, Cambridge, Avhere he took his B.A. degree in 1889. He Avas formerly captain in the 3rd Battalion Norfolk ltegi ment. He was a J.P. for Suffolk and a Fellow of the Royal Colonial Institute. Hu was for some time assistant private secre tary (unpaid) to the First Lord of the Ad miralty, and assistant secretary to tire Or der of Saint Jolin of Jerusalem in England, and left South Australia in 1896 to take Lha secretaryship of the Constitutional Club, lie Avas very ivopular during his stay in South Australia, and his deatii -will be la mented by his numerous friends in this and other State...
POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Tuesday, March 5. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., F. J. Whitby W. H. Crapp. and J. Underwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Tuesday, March 5. [Before Maesrs. J. Gordon, S.M., F. J. Whitoy. m H. Craon. and J. UmfpramnH ueraia fitzgeram was charged with havin* stolen a pair of trousers, valued at 3s. lid., tha property oj Albert Moss. He pleaded guilty, and wnR sent in **nnl 1nr civ mrmti** ~J£ate Bass was fined 10s. for having been drunK in Hindley street on March 4, and for having wil fully 'damaged 3 panes of glass. She had to pay 3S?., or, in default, one month in gaol. Nicholas Scott was ordered to pay 10s. per week toward the support of his two children. He was also asked to produce security to satisfy the S.M. thnt he would comply with the order. Frederick Cobb, was charged on remand with having assaulted P.O. Deacon, at Victoria: Park, on February 27. Inspector Sullivan prosecuted, and Mr. J. R. Anderson defended. After a' long hear ing the S.M. said the court had had great diffi culty in coming to a conclusion, The evidence was. ot. such a -contradictory, nature that they ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
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FRANCE AND COUNT VON WALDERSEE'S PROJECT. London. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
PRANCE AND COUNT VON WAL DERSEE'S PROJECT. London. March 5. M. Delcasse, the French Foreign Minister, in reply to questions address ed to him in the Chamber of Deputies yesterday, stated that the allied Powers had neither studied nor come to any decision on the question of sending a military expedition into, the interior of China. France would (cer tainly not take part in any march to Taiyueu-fu and Singau-fu until weighty reasons existed for her .doing so, or unless the Chamber of Deputies were first consulted.' A body of French troops would remain with, the forces of other nations at Pekiu in order to secure a final settlement which would not be detrimental to French interests. .
THE POWERS AND CHINA. A TEMPTING BAIT. London, March 4. [Received March 6, 2.45 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
THE POWERS AND CHINA. At TEMPTING BAIT. London, March 4. [Received March 6, 2.45 a.m.] TBY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] - By way of encouragement to Li Hung Chang to sign the convention in regard to Manchuria which is being noirntintori lmr.wwn 'Russia, mid 'China. M. de (Tiers, the Russian Minister at Pekin, declares that the Czar will 'not participate in the demand of the Powers for the execution of 10 pro vincial officials concerned in the anti Christian outrages. London, March 5 Viscount Cranborne, Under Foreign Secretary, informed the House of Com mons yesterday that the terms of the Manchurian agreement were engaging the earnest attention of Great Britain and the Powers.
THE PACIFIC CABLE. London, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
THE PACIFIC CABLE. London, March 4. The Pacihc Cable Board has resolved that the New South Wales agreement with the Eastern Extension Telegraph Company will have a prejudicial effect upon the Pacific cable scheme, and has advised a conference of the Governments concerned. Sir Andrew Clarke, Agent-General of Victoria, voted for the resolution, and Mr. Henry Copeland, Agent-G«neral for New South Wales, against it.
THE COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENT. ' DUKE OF YORK'S TOUR. London, March 5. [Received March 6, 2.45 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
THE COMMONWEALTH ' PARLIAMENT. ' DUKE OF YORK'S TOUR. London. March 5. (.Received March 6, 2.45 a.m.] [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] lteuter's Agency reports that Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the Premier of Canada, .will' be -unable to. attend the opening of the Commonwealth Parlia ment in Melbourne. In his absence the Canadian Government will be repre sented by the Hon. W. Mulock, K.C., Postmaster-General. It is now understood that the Duke and Duchess of York after leaving the Cape of Good Hope will proceed in the Ophir to Nova Scotia, and will then journey by train across the Dominion from Halifax to Vancouver and back. The inhabitants of Penang, or Prince of Wales .Island, off the west coast of the Malay Peninsula, have expressed disappointment that the Heir Apparent does not intend to visit their settle ment while en route to Australia.
TEA-TASTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
TEA-TASTING. If France is the only country 'where cof« f ee ? in perfection '' can - be druflk, England should' be foremost ^in the quality of her 'i«a. For nnf 'nnlv ia it iho national hpve rage, but London has the greatest proles sional judges of tea in the world. It is the latter who make or mar the breakfast cup. In and about Mincing lane a couple of hundred or so highly intelligent, handsome ly remunerated gentlemen pursue an avo» cation that is remarkable for many things, not the least remarkable being, in these,' competitive days, the profession's compara tive immunity; from 'overcrowding. Theser gentlemen are tea-tasters; and tea-tasting is a talent which comes with birth, ana cannot be learnt. The tea-taster not in frequently regrets tihat he ever was born,-' Ills three or lour hundred cups of tea daily, —a common average — play fearful havoo with what is left of his nerves; his diges tive organs are in a constant state of rebel* lion; he has to devote as much attention to ...