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SUBURBAN HORTICULTURAL AND FLORICULTURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
SUBURBAN HORTICULTURAL ANT5 FLORICULTURAL SOCIETIES. , The first rocctinp of the combined Suburban Horticultural and Floricuibiral Societies was held at the Exchange Hotel on March 2. The President of the Hindmarsh Society, Mr. A. W. lUlnh. was elected chairman and Mr. H. Brookcr secretary. Thf- chairman referred1 to the splendid prop-ess made by the societies daring the last few years, and trusted that tbe educational work undertaken by them would be even more successful. From the suburban societies would come many exhibitors to the city shows.— Mr. McKenrio, Secretary of the , East . Suburban Society, proposed— 'That a quar terly meeting of delegates from Ihe combined so cieties be held, to consider matters of importance to all societies.' Mr. H. U. Ising, Secretary of the West Suburban Society, seconded. Carried.
THE OCEAN STEAMERS' WHARF. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
THE OCEAN STEAMISS' WHARF. To tbe Editor. Sir— Is it not time the Government start* ted to put the facilities obtainable in Port Adelaide as a harbour for large steamers on somethins: , like an equality with the other large seaports of Australia? Take the Ocean Steamers' .Wharf,, for instance. The bulk of large vessels berth, there; the frozen produce is shipped from there; the railways do a very large traffic, including receipt of their own coal, besides the ex tenBive business of Block 14 smelting work.--, with the result that in the busy wheat an-J wool season there is a chronic block, a« there is not sufficient room to shunt all tho trucks required for. loading and discharging, besides the horse traffic dodging in and one all over the place. This is all bad enough; but the only approach for teams to this wharf, where the bulk of the Port's foreign trade is handled, is a narrow road away round the swamp, just wide enough, for two teams to pass each other abreast, unpro tected fro...
THE TRAMWAY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
THE TRAMWAY QUESTION. A conference of tramway delegates from the various municipal corporations and dis trict councils was held in the city council chamber on Wednesdar evening. Alderman Wells was voted to the chair.' Mr. T. G. EUery was appointed secretary. The con feren'ce was held in accordance with the following resolution, which was adopfed by the city council : on February 11:— 'That the local governing bodies interested in-ttie tramway. question be each requested to ap point two delegates to meet six delegates from the. city council in the council cham ber, town hall, Adelaide, for the purpose (1) of discussing generally the tramway question; (2) of agreeing on concerted ac tion in reference thereto; (3) of appoint ing a committee to deal with the question; (4) of determining on any course of action that may appear advisable.' The follow ing letter from Mr. F. H. Snow was read by the town clerk: — 'Referring to the meeting of delegates from the municipali ties and district co...
EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
EARLY CLOSING. The Minister of Industry (Hon. ¥. W. Holder) has received a large number of notices from shopkeepers in the suburbs and in ?the bade streets of the citv of their jntenfaon to dhange the afternoon, of clos ings their establishment from Saturday to Wednesday. According to the Act any person can vary 5ns notice to close in not less than three months, provided he has given a month's notice of his intention to do i so. The proprietors of shops desirous of altering the day of early closing propose to keep their establishments open on Sa turday, April 6, for the first time under the new arrangement.
A.N.A. BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
A.N.A. BANQUET. The annual banquet of the Australian Natives' Association, which was- postponed in consequence of the death of Queen Vic toria, will be held in the Exchange Cafe, Pirie street, this evening. An excellent programme of toasts has been drawn up, and tlie engagement promises to be most successful. The speakers, in addition to the president, Lieut. - Col. J. C. Guilders, who will occupy ? the chair, w-11 be Sir J. H. Syraon, president of the Australasian Fede ration league of South Australia; the Right Hon. C. C. Kingston, Federal Minister of Trade and Customs; the Hons. F. W. Holder, J. G. Jenkins, and J. L. Parsons, Jirig.-Gen. Gordon; . Alderman White, pre sident Norwood branch; and Messrs. A. Poynion, M.P., president Adelaide branch; and W. J. Sowden, ex-president of the beard and also of the Adelaide branch. We have been requested to state that morn ing dress will be worn. One special fea ture of the engagement will be the formal winding up of the Federation and Com ...
THE AUTUMN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
THE AUTUMN SHOW. The autumn show of the Royal Agri cultural Society, which opens to-day at tne Jubilee Exhibition Buildings and Grounds, wroiniises to be a great success. There is a wonderful show of machinery; the fruit, flowers, and vegetables are expected to be a feature of the display, and the other sec tions are well represented. Wool was judged on Wednesday, and the judges, Messrs. E. W. van Senden, G. Jeffrey, and G. Dowling, said they were of opinion that the type of merino wool was an exceeding ly profitable one to grow; in fact they very much doubted if a more profitable kind of wool could be seen at any show in the world. There will be a parade of blood stock at 2 o'clock to-day, and the public are to be kept off the oval until the judging is finish ed, fiuch well known stallions as Carlyon, Thunderbolt, Broken Hill, Port Admiral, Kallistos, Discussion, and Ritualist will be seen on the ground, while the following three yearlings should excite attention:— Caer Leon, by Ca...
PRECAUTIONS AGAINST THE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
PRECAUTIONS AGAINST THE PLAGUE. ' At the meeting of the. Central Board of Health on Wednesday afternoon it was de cided that additional precautions should De taken to prevent the introduction of bu bonic plague from interstate and oversea plague - infected ports. The board made a number of suggestions re lating to the inspection of vessels arriving in ' the SfcateT from Cape Town and other ports which have been proclaimed as plague. infected. - These will be forwarded to the Chief Secretary to day, and, if approved by the Government, will be put into operation immediately.
CONFERENCE SIDELIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
CONFERENCE SIDELIGHTS. To gain relief from the tension of the de bating in the- Pirie street Church, where tha Methodist Conference is being held, the small court leading to an anteroom on the western side of the building ds- freely patronized by those desiring' a smoke or chat. Here may be noticed ministers from all quarters, and from their conversation the place may well be termed 'anecdotal corner.' Many good stories are told. One was related to the effect that there was a gathering of clergymen at a minister's house on a ookl night, and they lingered till a late hour before a large fire. The host had a recalcitrant son, who that even ing did not return home until after the proper time. 'Where have you been,' de manded, the father. 'To Hades,' replied the son. 'And what was it like?' asked tlie parent, thinking he would take a rise out of his son. ? 'Just like it is here. I couldn't get near the fire, for parsons.' Another story was told of an old Scotch lady, who had a wooden le...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
DISTRICT COUNCILS. . PROSPECT,' March ;. i.^Present—Crs. Lewis' (chair) , Cotton, \Cheff.ers,- ' Rogers, -; Johns, Dawc, Kawson, ShUlabeer, and Jeffries. .YaUJa Soutli District Council notified willinemesB for drain' to he o[-ened.on west side of the Lower Oforth ' road ? to drain fioodwaters to cross roads. G; ' Kuhndt's rrsignatio'n as poundkecper accepted, 'and H. H. Hardy was appointed in his place. Receipts— £73 10s. '6d. ? . Payments— £180 lls. 5d.; main roads, £85 12s. 6d. .. ? ' ? ,''.'?? ?': ??'?,? .:? ? MITCHAM, ? March 5.— Present— Crs. Bradey (cliairi, Edwards, Grigg, Hewett, and Winn. Ap plications to be inrited for ranger., Councillor for ward 'aid surveyor to inspect Honmeuth roa'd, Wcstbourne Park, and report Council' agreed to co-operate; wth Clarendon District : Council and cn«leavour ? to have weed Hypericum . canariensis put on scheduleof noxious weeds. Chairman and Cr. Edwards to attend tramway conference, and chairman to attend Local Government Association meet...
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Wednesday, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Wednesday. March 6. The following sales are officially reported: — At 10 a.m.— Chillagoe, 29/; Sliding Bock, 5/3; Broken Hill, 47/; Norths, 17/; Junction Norths, ?2/6, 2/7; North Queensland Tin, £116; Associated (C), 51/; Boulder Half-mile South, 1/5; Great Boulder, 24/6; Ivanhoe Junction, 2/6; Lake View South, 4/10. At 12 noon.-Chillagoe, 29/; Broken Hill, 47/; Block 10, 86/; South (paid), 47/; South (con.), 20/C; Junction Norths, 2/9; Sulphides, 15/6; North Queensland Tin, £116; Associated Northern, 48/3; Boulder Half-mile South, 1/5}; Boulder North Ex tended, 6d.; Queen Margaret, 3/6. At 3 p.m,-Chillagoc, 29/, 28/9,28/71; Paull'sCon- solidated, £6 IS/; Broken Hill, 47/; North, 17/, 16/9, 17/; South (con.), 20/; Junction North, 2/9; Chaffer's, 5/8, 5/6; Great Boulder Perseverance (C), £7 1/; South Kalgurli (C), 50/9, 50/6, 50/9; Associated (C), 50/9, 50/6; Associated Northern, 48/. 4S/3; Boulder Half-mile South, 1/6; Queen Margaret, 3/6. Great Bouldcr-r...
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALES. From 9.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. Gold. Western Australian Stocks. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALES. From 9.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. Gold. Western Australian Stocks. Auociatcd (C.)-B. 50/9, 8. 51/, sales 51/, 50/S, 60/6. Associated Northem-B. 48/, S. 48/3. artes 48/3, 48/, 48/H, 48/, 48/3, 48/1}. Bank of England-S. 2/11. Bailey's United-B. .2/6. Block 45-B. 2/8, S. 2/11 Bonnie Charlie (paid)— B. 1/3, 8. 1/6. Bonnie Charlie (con.)— B. 9$. Boulder Central (ptid)— B. lid., S. XL Boulder Central (con.)— S. 3d. llouidcr Consols Xo. 1— Sales s)d., 8Jd. ? llomuer liail-milc bouth— B. 1/4, a. 1/5J, sales 1/5, 1/61, 1/B, 1/J. HouluiT ftortu intended— Sales 6d., CJd., CJd. lirookinan's boulder (C.)— S. ii'J. Brownhill Central— 1«. 2/11, S. 3/1, sales 3/1. Croesus I'ropricwry—iJ. 1/iU, S. 1/11. Ctmitcr's— b. 5/5, S. 5/1, oalvs o/», 0/6. Cumberland (con.)— b. id., 8. 1/. Uoidcn liar— «. 4d. Uclaen t^ueen— S. 3d. (Joldcn Zone— S. 2d. tireat Boulder— B. 21/3, S. 24/4$, S. 24/6. Ureat Boulder Xo. 1— b. 1/10. (Jreat Boulder Main Kc«— B. 40/6, S. «/, sales Hi. ?...
THE GERMAN NAVY. MANUFACTURE OF ARMOUR PLATES. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
THE GEBMAN NAVY. MANUFACTURE OF ARMOUR PLATES. London, March 5. The Naval Budget Committee of the Reichstag reports that the monopoly held by the firms of Krupp and Stuuims in connection with the manu facture of armour plates costs the Germau uavy 3,000,000 marks annually over that of similar plates made in America from Krupp aud Stumms's patents, with the result that Germany is. involved in a loss of 00,000,000 marks upon the current uaval programme. The establishment of Government works for the manufacture of armour plates is strongly recommended.
GREAT BRITAIN AND GERMANY. STATEMENT BY COUNT VON BULOW. London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
GREAT BRITAIN AND GERMANY. STATEMENT BY COUNT YON BULOW. London, March U. In the Reichstag at Berlin yesterday the German Chancellor, Count von Bulow,. in reply to questions iu refe rence to the significance of the Einne ror William's recent visit to England on the ; occasion of Queen Victoria's illness aud death, said that Germany would live at peace with England, but in practical politics the relations of the two uations depended on tlie workiug of the principle of reciprocity. He could assure the House that Germany's foreign policy would not be affected by dynastic considerations or the ties of relationship.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
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THE DEATH ON THE TALUNE. SYDNEY, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
.THE DEATH ON THE TALUNE. SYDNEY. March 5. The young married woman, Jane Smith, who was arrested last night in Sydney on suspicion of having been concerned in the death of Patrick Conwav' on board the steamer lalune on February 19, was brought before the Central Police Court this morning, and remanded for a week, hail being refused. ' It was stated that Mrs. Smith would be before the Coroner's Court under a writ of habeaus corpus on Friday next, on which day the inquest will be opened. Mrs. Smith, who to-day was per fectly self-possessed, is an attractive looking well dressed woman.
TRADE AND FINANCE. CUSTOMS RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
TRADE AND FINANCE. CCSTOMS HSCEIPTS. The weekly receipts of the Customs on account of duties' since the commencement of the financial year compare as follows .with those of the previous year: — . 1K». j MOO. Duly l-Dec. SO .£316,677 July 1-Dec. 20 .£318,004 1000. 1001. January 6 ... 9,352 January 5 ... 15,375 January 13 . . 13,163 January 12 . . 13,818 January 20 ... 11,022 January 10 ... 15,281 January 27 ... 9,518 January 26 ... 17.750 February 3 ... ]S,5fM February 2 ... 13,317 February 10 ... 11,420 .February O. ... 10,500 February 1* ... !-,(B3 February 10 ... M.1W February 21 ... 1S.354 February 23 ... i».M Jfarch S ? 12,355 March 2 .... 9,402 Total .... JW.T-,481 Total . . . £442,418 Increase 1900-1, £9,!W4. AUSTRALASIAS TRADE FOR KKW. In the 'Argus' of Monday was publish ed the statistics of Australasian trade for 1000. The exports were shown to have fal len from £88,845,952 in 1899 to £85,394,152, the decrease being £3,451,800, due to the fall in the wool market. The nature...