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BUBONIC PLAGUE AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

BUBONIC PLAGUE AT PORT V ADELAIDE A- case of bubonic plague has occurred at Port Adelaide., Theodore Riege, a wharf labourer, -who was seized with ? illness on Sundav. February 24. on February -28 Hp veloped suspicious symptoms, and as the result of close observation on the part of his medical attendant,' Dr. E. W. Morris, Dr. Borthwick,- and Dr. Lowson— an expert, from Hongkong-^wbo were engaged' by the Port Adelaide Local Board of Health/ the patient was, on Saturday afternoon, con veyed to the quarantine station at Torrens Island, together with the ? inmates of his house. Ut- to that point the case was look ed upon as highly suspicious -only, but fol lowing independent bacteriological investi gation by Drs. Borthwick and Lowson it was on Monday afternoon diagnosed, as one of undoubted plague. The house in' which Riege resided is located iu Quebec street, one of the- most- thickly populated portions of the town, and at has been thoroughly fumigated and cleansed under the direction...

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. Royal Oak Lodge, U.A.O.D. — On Monday even ing a - successful smoke social was. held in Mrs. Davis's assembly rooms, Kensington,, to commemorate . the 'twenty-second '.anniver arv of tue .loage. jur. j. uaning, jun., M.P., presided over a large ? gathering, inicrnst .whom were Mr.1 F. W. Oonevbeer, G. P. Wilson, N. G. Pettit, Guardian Exton, P.G.P.'s Hooper, Brown, .Dr.'-Shephcrd.-cx-mayori Threlfall and White, and the aldermen and councillors of Kensington arid Norwood Council. The chairman stated that the lodge has prospered since /its foun dation in 1879. There werewnow, 426 members, and Funds amounting to £3,303 5s. 4d. During the last )J years £2,062 9s. lid. had been paid jn sid: pay.r The following toasts -were, honoured: — 'The King,' 'Grand .lodge 'O'fflcers^'- 'Me Parlia ment,' . ^'The .Surgeons,' 'The; Chairman,' and 'The Committee.' The following contributed to the harmony, of the evening:— 'Norwood Cycling Club Orchestra, Brothers' A.: Martens, P. Ha...

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THE COUNTRY. A NARROW ESCAPE. NAIRNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE- COUNTRY. A NARROW ESCAPE.- *' ' WAIP-MI.' MarnTl'R' A serious accident occurred 'here just, be* fore 11 this more ing, and resulted in an injured man, a dead librsc, and a smashed cart.'- CI. H. flnlrnps Avas on his Hailv round delivering bread for Mrs. Milne, and was' croasiug the railway line just below the township when he was caught by a pilot engine returning to ilurray Jiridge. The wind, which, was blowing lrom the south, must -.have carried the souud of the whistle away, from the road, and there is no chance of seeing anything coming on the line until one is ngjit on it. There have been several narrow escapes at this place, and complaints have been made that such a crossing is allowed to exist, as thero is plenty of room on the original road for an underway. When the line was being made streets were blocked and the people compelled to go much out oi their way to reach their property on the other side ot the line, and within a stone's throw of a closed street, .holmes rec...

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THE INSOLVENCY COURT. MR. SINCLAIR AND MR. HOMBURG [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE INSOLVENCY COURT. MR'/ SINCLAIR AND MR. H0MBUR& During the heanng.of a case in the Insol vency Court on Tuesday, Mr. J. H. Sin clair, solicitor to the Court of .Insolvency, wji pnrl«Lvnnrinir to obtain from the itiRol veirt some information # with reference to his accounts ' and dealings with, private firms,, -when Mr. Homburg, M.P., who re presented the insolvent, suggested that the accountant, who had gone fully into the. matter, would be able to supply the inform jnation. ? ' Mr. Sinclair— I don't represent the '. ac countant. '???'?' t .:'??. -Mr. Homburg said when he.gave his vote in Parliament ne understood that Mr. Sin. clair-'-was to represent the official receiver, but he-seemed to be representing everj'body 60 as to justify his existence. It was his duty.to discover whether there was any es tate. He had no right to enter opposition. ;Mr. Sinclair— rl have not entered any op position. My learned' friend has got hold of the wrong end of the stick. ; Mr. Homburg s...

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THE PURSUIT OF DE WET. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE PCKSUIT OF DE WET. Ixmdon, March 5. The War Office has notified the press that Gen. Christian Do Wet and Mr. Steyn, with l,.'i00 burghers, after cross ing the Orange River near Colesberg Bridge, made lor Philippolis, but were 'headed off' that town by a British force. The enemy are now approach ing F.'iui'Psmith, situated 72 miles «mitli-\rr-sf trnm Rlnmnfnnlpiii.

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MR. R. WOOD. M.P., AT NORTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

MR. R. WOOD. M.P., AT NORTH ADELAIDE. Mr. R. Wood, M.P., a candidate for the House of Representatives, addressed a meeting of the electors at the North Ade- laide Institute on Monday evening. There was a capital attendance. Mr. Wood, who had a cordial reception, stated that the many promises of support both in the city and the country had in- duced him to offer himself as a candidate for the House of Representatives in the Fede- ral Parliament. The electors of the Dis- trict of North Adelaide had honoured him on three successive occasions by electing hiim at the head of the poll. He was,   therefore, encouraged, and led to believe that his past services had been appreciated by the electors of the State, whom he had always endeavoured to faithfully serve. (Cheers.) He would address as many of the electors as possible upon the most im- portant matters connected with the Com- monwealth of Australia, or the common good. The first and most important ques- tion was the tariff...

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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. THE RIGHT HON. C. G. KINGSTON AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

the federal elections IKE EIGHT HOX. C. C. KINGSTON AT THR TOWNT HAT,T. The Eight Hon. C. C. Kingston, Aus tralian Minister for Trade and Customs, addressed the ejectors as 3. candidate for the House nf T&mvsfmfcatives in the' Ade laide Town Hall on Tuesday evening. The attendance was large, and Alderman John eon presided. The Chief Secretary and Attorney-General and other members of the Legislature were on the platform. Mr. Kingston, received with cheers, said it might be that he came be fore them in a new capacity— as a, .Federal Minister— but it was as the sa-me fnend and public servant whom they had known so long, to appeal to them for a further op portunity for continuing his exertions on behalf of his native State and Australia at large. The chairman had referred, to his firmness, but it was the duty of a man to fight for that in which he believed, and that had been his motto in the past and would continue to be to the end. (Hear, hear.) Something had been said about h...

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PRODUCE NOTES. LONDON, January 25. LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

PRODUCE NOTES. fFrom our Special Correspondent.] LO.N.DO.N, January '2o. LAMBS. The Produce Depot has not as yet dis posed of all the lambs consigned to it per yVarrigal. The delay in getting rid of theni is Vinwpwr. not. due to the absence of- de- mand, but to a desire to keep up the price at a time when the market is comparatively bare of frozen . meat particularly. Some- thing like 1,000 of the carcases have been quitted at approximately 5d. a It., and Mr. Young is reluctant to submit to any mate rial abatement of that figure. The .unsold remainder is in the cold stores, and ttie praotice is to deliver to purchasers piece meal. The shipment, as stated^/by me a. week or two ago, did not by any means all irrive in prime condition, and as the result of a survey the insurers have had to meet 1 number of claimfiiiS?he Colonial Qonsign ment Distributing Company report on January 24:— New-Zealand Lambs.— Papa- roa brought 1.599. These have not yet been landed, and all other stocks are p...

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MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. HEIGH'S CREEK, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

MINING IN SOUTH AUkTRALIA: nElfiH'R PRRrar- ? Vnri-li 3 ?? On Friday the first truck of. coal from tue col' liery arrived here. The company's drays carted 'it io the Mountain of Light 'engine' and -to the newly '»MW*fAf? cfetim nnmn *»f iY\n 'rw4U«tlVAtia 'Tin*' nnal^JQ. hemg utilized %t the Mountain of Light Mine wijli satisfactory resujte.' ?' Mr: Nivcn paid a hurried visit to the mine to-day. He has already. received orders for 100. tons of coal per week ..from the various mines around^— A parcel o'fl7.tonsof criide ore was dispatched last week from the Elsie Adair; it is' expected to give a pood return.'— On Matho 6on'3 Block 277 prospecting is being done. A large cutting into the hill has exposed 'a lode formation, which should prove ^productive. This'is one of the Iodc3 that run through the South Australian- Cqtt porafion Company's property, known' as the Quarry Shaft lode. ? ? ' ?? ' . ? » FAUIN'A, JIarcli.4,~' -The copper mine Luck at Last, situated about 12 milcsfrom here, ...

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THE SYDNEY RAILWAY DISASTER. A CORONER CRITICISED. SYDNEY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE SYDNEY iUILWAY DISASTER. A CORONER CRITICISED. SYDNEY. March 5. the inquest on the deutu ot Herbert II, Daruley, who was killed in the Temiie rail Avay disaster, was continued to-day. The coroner read a letter he had received., as iollows:— ?'1'enshurst, March 3. -Mr. J. C. Woore.— Sir— Gannon is right. You must 'hold ii retainer from the Commissioners. Yoii are acting on their behalf. Lyne and Cumithers alone have .saved the people in thU matter. Any evidence against the Com missioners is shut out or bullied or insulted out. The 'News' is very wild on the matter. You are grossly unfair. You have insulted better men than yourself — Carru- ther-s -and all the engineei«. Perhaps if toffs Avere killed their orphans Avould have a chance. You do not know what British fairplay is; and you are a ? old fraud. A copy has been sent to Gannon, Carru thers, and all the engineers. Yours, George Wade.' Mr. Gannon, avIio appears for Mr. Camithorg, M.L.A. — ''I am very sorry you took any notice...

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PRECAUTIONS IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

PRECAUTIONS IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, March 5. At. a meeting of the board of health to lay it was decided that the Government should be pressed. to lesunie the fumiga l-in.. .?{ -ill /./A'ictnl vn££plu :il frhf* hptrillTllIllT uiit end of each voyage, and that this course should be followed all the year round without reference 'to the supposed presence and absence of plague.

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RANGE OF SALES AND CLOSING QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

RANGE OF SALES AND CLOSING QUOTATIONS. From 9.30 a.m. till o.3U p.m. Hold. Western Australian Stocks. - Associated'(C)— B. 51/6,- S. 52/, s»l-s 51/9. Associated Northern— B. i'J/, S. 4U/3, sales 49/. 48/a, 48/6, 4S/7J, 4S/U, 48/9, la/. 19/3, 49/. Bank of England— S. 3/1. Uavlty's United— 21'J. ' Block 45-B. 2/9, S. 2/11, sales 2/10, 2/10J, 2; 10. Bonnie Charlie (paid)-B. 1/4, S. 1/6. Bonnie Cliarlic (con.)— B. 9d. Boulder Central (paid)-S. lid. Boulder Consols I-o. 1— B. 81d., S. 9*d., sales 9d. Boulder Half-mile South— B. 1/5, S. i/SJ. ? Boulder North KxtcndM— B. 6Jd., S. iu. ? ' ? Brocknian's Boulder (O.)-S. 6/, »Ics 4/11, '4/10. BrownhiU Central— B. 3/. S. 3/1, sales 3/. Brownhill Junction— Sales 3Jd. Croesus I'roprietary— B. 1/1«,'S. 2/1. ' Chaffer's— B. 5/9, S. 6/, sales ty. Cumberland (con.)-S. lOJd. Golden -iueen-B. ljd., S. 3d. ? Golden Zone— S. 3ld. ? : ? . Great Btulder— b. 24/6, S. 24/7J, sales 24; 0, 24/71. ? : Great Boulder No. 1— B.. 2;. Great BouIder'Hato Beef— B. 40/...

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THE GERMAN EMPEROR AND HIS SON. LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE GERMAN EMPEROR 'AND HIS SON. fFrom our Special Correspondent.! LONDON: Jtebmarv 1. It is being eA'ery where eaud, and avhu per fect accuracy, that at the present time there is no more popular personage in Great Britain— not escentmc the King or Queen — than the German Kaiser. Hi's unaffected sorrow at the deatii of the Queen and the manner in which he has given' proof of his affection for her have' won all hearts. The notification that His Majesty nad decided to confer upon hini the distinction of JTield Marshal of the Uritish Army met with the warm approval of the nation. That the recipient of the honour was deeply gratified ?when the appointment Avas made, and par ticularly as tlie anniA'ersary of his birthday ?Avas the day chosen for tlie publication ot the announcement, is abundantly evidenced by the messages, similar in their terms. Avhidi he at once addressed to the Marquis of Salisbury and to Earl Roberts. The tele gram to the latter ran thus:— 'To Com niander-dn-Chief, W...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS KALGOORIE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN TELT5«T?.-AMS KALGOORLIR. Afarnli a The Associated Mine continues to develop satis factorily at all levels. Important work is pro ceeding at the lower levels to open. up the new reserves of ore recently disclosed bv diamond Virill. ing. inc sinrang oi Juua s snatt irom 300 to 500 ft. will be started next week. . Winding plant with a sinking capacity of 1,000 ft. is in course of erec tion alongside this shaft. At No. 0 level the crosslodc continues to open up -well, and both drives are furnishing stone of good grade. ' No thing of value has yet been revealed by the drill which isfboring from the end of the north drive at No. 2 level of the Lake View Consols Mine to test the ground just inside the Associated hold ing. ' . ?? ? The bagging of ore taken from the lode at No. 1 level of No. 2 shaft is proceeding on the Oroya South Company's block. It is intended to send from 40 to 50 tons to a local battery for treat ment. ^ The eastern crosscut at the 600 level of the Im peria...

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VICTORIAN GUESTS MELBOURNE. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

vrrrrnRJANT m tests. MELBOURNE, March 5. A cable message has been received stat ing that the Russian Government has di rected that the man-of-war Groinoboy shall nrncppH in Alplhniirni- in wplrnnip tlip Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and xork. j To-night the Premier received a telegram I from Mr. Barton conveying the following cable message, received by him from Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Prime Minister of Cana da:— 'The GoA'ernment of Canada duly ap preciate the courtesy of the invitation from the State of Victoria to have Canada re- j presented by a military contingent at thei opening of the first Parliament of the Com- j monwealth. After consideration 1 regret that it is not possible to aA-ail ourselves . of the kind imitation. We deeply deplore the fact that our volunteers cannot have this opportunity of meeting again the com rades Avith whom they were recently fight ing for our common sovereign.'* A further message sent by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Avas as follows: — 'I regret that Parliamen...

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A SUSPICIOUS DEATH. A W0MAN ARRESTED. SYDNEY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

A SUSPICIOUS DEATH. A WOMAN ARRESTED. SYDNEY. March 5. The mysterious death; at sea reporteu ii few days ago as baring occurred on board the steamer Talune during the -voyage from A\f«al J-Snirt-nn fn ^t'#ln/n» lc lll.*«lv frn f*nilcA n sensation when the facts of the matter .are made public. It will be remembered that Patrick Uonway, butcher, a second-class passenger, was on the evening of February 19 suddenly seized with illness at the con clusion of a-concert which, took place on the ileck, and shortly afterwards died, it Avas supposed, of a fit. Couway had during the evening meal been in the best of health, and had apparently nothing Ayrong with him when he engaged in a game ot cards with a fellow-passenger. His death Avas re IH-rted to the authorities on the arrival of the steamer at Sydney on the folloAving day, but the coroner Avas satisfied that dc'ith Avas due to natural causes, and the body was interred at Kookwood. Nothing further was heard of the matter till Satur day la...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

NEW SOUTH WAliES. SYDNEY, March 5. 'An inquest into the circumstances con nected' Avith the deatii of James Culby, who early on Friday was 'found near University Innrlnn imcnnscinus and fearfullv battered. was concluded to-day. A resident of I\e\v town road stated that lie was awakened by his brother on Friday morning and in formed that an injured wan was lying out side. He saw Culby lying in a pool of blood, and sent word to the police. An open verdict was returned. The tender of Messrs. Bolchow. Vaug nan, & Co., of Middlesborough, England. 1ms been accepted for the supply of l2,01HI tons of liO-lb. steel rails at £4 14s. per ton and 898 tons of fishplates at £6 14s. per ton f.o.b. at Middlesborough. Mr. 'McLachlan, Under Secretary of Mines, was examined before the Public Works Committee to-day regarding the tenure of the land comprised in the Yuri cowinna scheme for increasing the Avater supply of Broken Hill. He stated that in 1S04 certain rights were granted to Mr. Engli...

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VICTORIAN RACING CARNIVAL. THE AUTUMN MEETING AUSTRALIAN CUP WON BY DREAM LAND. MELBOURNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

VICTORIAN PAGING' CARNlVA:L' ? W AUSTKAEIAiN CUS ^ WON BY DREAM .'?;??': : -r ??? ,- ':? ?/T.A'Nrn '-.??\ '--.'?? :j:':-i-i\ fKVmri /Pai-miin'-T ' ' MELBOURNE. March 5. ? Ihe weather to-day lvias in. marked con trast to/that 'which prevailed on Saturday; Heavy ram fell during th« night and at in tervals -fhis .mnrninfr ' ? -rinf. flip nlnnrls luted alter noon. Ihe inclement elements inaturally' affected the' attendance, and it .looked as though 'the' meeting 'from a finan ^al.-po.int of view/would be- a disastrous one for Ihe Victorian' Kacmg Club. Among ;th'e~ South -i Australians to'rJder theT elms rTChov; were ; not present j, oii , Newmarket Handicao day we're .Jlessrs.' Tom' Barr gmithj ? J.'Bowen. S. K. Heseltine, B. Thorn 3on a: A. Russell/iand A. Simms. . , ? . . ; The scratching pen was used very freely in .the Autumn Hurdle Race, only half a dozen oufof the 25 coloured on the card passinR the jscalc. .Directly the bettinK opened there was a rush to get oh'tb the Cairiper d...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

DISTRICT COUNCILS. PA YNEHAM,- February 26.-Prescnt-Crs. Kos cr, chair, Tjnck, Wood, and AVoolev. Crown Lands Office forwarded report from InspectorGene ral of' Roads bn'Felixstow BriJcc. recommending that some concrete work be done to protect south ern pier; no money available for work this year Town Clerk, Adelaide, wrote on the tramway quei tion, and requested council to' appoint two dele gates to discuss matter with delegates from other municipal bodies: Chairman' as one of previously appointed delegates resigned, and Cr. Wood appointed in his. place. Cr. Quick to attend meeting of Local Government Association. Sec retary to Queen Victoria Maternity Home requested hat he be furnished with names of ladies' in neigh bourhood likely to take interest in scheme; names to be furnished. Legal opinion to be obtained whether occupiers whose landlords had not paid rates were entitled to vote at elections for coun cillors' if their rents -were paid. Motion that sta tionman be relieved of n...

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SPORTING NOTES FROM VICTORIA. NEWMARKET HANDICAP. MELBOURNE, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

SPORTING.' ftOTES FROM VICTORIA. ^VrMAliKET HANDICAP, ? [By Tarqunn.l .MELBOURNE, Marcli 4. Backers of favourites had a real roya time at Fleminfrtou on ihe opening day pt the Y.Tl.C. Autumn Meeting. Certainly in to pjism t.hpv had to ]av subsMntia odds on, while iu another they had to ac cept even money; but they picked the two handicaps, including the' Newmarket, and the ring in cdnsequencc were severely tot. The fieldera are complaining that they have been balancing up en the wrong sstdq over here for some time past, and a change 0 luck-before the present meeting.is over wi.l be much appreciated by them: Saturday was bv no means an ideal day for lacing. ?\Vlicn it is mentioned that the weather was the same as 'lit was in Adelaide Ia3t week, with a trying hot wind thrown in, it can b°. easily understood that many prefered to ?tay at home to visiting Flemingtdn. Ihe lair sex especially were conspicuous by tbeir absence, and conEequently the Rrand stout and. lawns did not present ui...

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