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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
S.CWARD&CO. STOCK AND SHAH* BHOKCK3, lel.751. 12, PIRIB-STRHT. .ilUcf J.R01PE UfM DDIVMAI BHAREBROKEB, 29, Boyil WWI. bKIWAL Kxchance. Telepbont 629. H ember OF 8I0CK EXCHANGE OF ADBLAIDK. ittltiuca w. h7r. porter JUSMBER STOCK EXCHANGE OP ADELAIDE, Broken Hill Chambers, King William street. sl7hc
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. BRISBANE, March 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. BRISBANE. March 5. The fifth contingent left to-day for South Africa in the Templemore. Tie Govennor, members of the Mi nistry, and leading citizens proceed ed down the river m the- Government yacht Lucinda to Pinkenba, and Lord Lamington, in the name of the King, bade the men farewell. A fairly large crowd as sembled on the wharf and along the bauks of the river, and heartily cheered the sol diers as the transport steamed away. : The sixth contingent, consisting of 400 men, will be commanded by Mir. Oliver Allan Tunbridge, brother of Mjr. Tun foridge, the hero of the Eland's River siege.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
— — ??, .? — -' .— —»—- — -^ - - - - i-j AJ Every Package of pur LI0N SelfrRaising Flour Is now encircled with a Registered RED BAND. d. & j. fowler, Limited. ? . ..:.'.' : n66ths75 VISITORS TO THE SHOW Should not leave tne City before inspecting THE MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY of Jewellery, Silverware, 'Watches, Clocks, Electroplate, Leather ware, Fine Porcelain! Ssc, Sec. , Now oh View in the Spacious Showrooms. F. BASSE, Jeweller and Optician to His Excellency the Governor, 92 and 94 RUNDLE STREET. ? ? ; ? ___ ? '^^_ ? _^_ ? __ _ * cc'70i08 ' . \ ? -
SHAKE MARKET AND MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
SHARE MARKET AND MINING. Business of very moderate volume wa3 transacted on 'Change on. Wednesday, alterations in prices, with few exceptions, beine on a lower scale. Ivanhoe was the stock in Western Australian gold which improved, sales being effected up to £8 12/; otlier stocks easier. Silver stocks did not attract much attention, and prices were jilwiit on a par with Tuesday's rates. Junc tion Norths touched 2/9, but eased after wards to 2/0, the opening price. Copper quiet, Chillagoes selling at 28/7 J, a loss on Tuesday's price of 9d. North Queensland tin shares were much less dealt in than on Tuesda)-. The market opened with sales at £116, and without many transactions closed sales at £109, buyer £111, seller £113. The secretary of the Tarcoola North Company informs us that Captj.'C. J. KIur, who has had charge of the property, has just returned to Adelaide, ana reports that he considers the prospects encouraging, lie is of opinion that the Enterprise lode. tra- verses the com...
BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET. Messrs. A. A. Brice 4; Go. report on March 5:— The cool weather is more favourable for butter, which is moving off more freely, but very little South Australian butter is coming forward, and Victorian .is supplying the market. Eggs arc ar riving in larger quantities, and now that there is a prospect of cooler weather the quality should be much better. Bacon and cheese have steady sale. Poultry.— There is good demand for prime sorts, and good values are obtained, but small and inferior birds are not suitable for this mar ket. Pigeons, if good, strong birds, arc in de mand at good value, and several hundred are required for next week, so consignors should for ward freely. Squeakers are not suitable for the gun clttbs, and so are not in demand. To-day's rallies are as follows:— Butter, South Australian factory, lOd. to Ud. per lb. ; fair to good dairy, Tld. to Old. per Ib. Bacon, South Australian hams, handy size, well cut, 8Jd. to 10d.; prime factory ?sides...
AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MKLBUUIl-SK, March 6. Coed Imsinea was done to-day in wheat at 2/Si alongside blirp prompt delivery, -and at 2/U for' June- July delivery. Flour commanded £ti to £6 ii/- Uran letciied Did. to Uid. and. pollard lod. Good Algerian teed oats were wortli 1/i to .1/0, and. milling do. ljU to 1/7. Main; was dull at 3/ a. L'Uan was linn at 40/ to 52,6, and extra choice do. had sues at 53/i). l'uuiws were cold up to £3 lu/. Onions were arm at £5. About 100 tons of Muiatjuin wliitc sugar was quitted, to arrive,' at £23. Over 25U pacKages ot Cevlon tea changed hands at (ijd. u- lljd. Sultanas- realized 7id. to 8d:,. and. I'aixus. currants Sid. Kair business was done in tinned lisli. There was considerable dealing in cornsacks for export. Branbags on spot were marketed at 4/4 to 4/4*. About 300 boxes of l.C. coKc tinplatcs changed liund*. Kerosine was worth Ujd. tor l.UUU-case parcels, and up to lOJd. for trade parcels. Stocks on tfpot on Tuesday evening amounted to liO.sw ...
MOUNT GAMBIER RACES. MOUNT GAMBIER, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
MOUNT GAMBIER RACES. MOUNT GAMBIER, March 6. Splendid weather was experienced for the Autumn Races, which were held to-day. Abont 1,200 people were present. 'The fields were not large, but the racing was 'good. In the Hurdle Race four of the contestants fell. Wallace, the rider of Duet, was much shaken, but soon re covered. The field in the Autumn Handicap was di^ppointinfr, Little Martin, Seabreeze, and Tran quil having been scratched. ' £823 went through the totalizator during the afternoon. Mr. G. Rid* doch acted as judge. The following are the re sults:— ''' ? HURDLE RACE. 15 sovs. One and a half miles. Mr. Hayes's Bonnie Leslie, by Viator, 11 st. (E. Gough) ? 1 Mr. O'Connor's Amiable, 9 st: ? .. .. 2 Mr. Campbell's Hibemia, 9 st ? .. 3 Other starters:— Seabreeze, Blue Mantel, Duet, Superior, and Martcl. ? . , Superior fell at the third fence, and Seabreeze, Duct, and Martcl fell over her. Won by. three lengths. Time, 3 min. i see. Dividend, 10s. ticket, 25s. MAIDEN PLATE. 10 so...
THE FIGHTING WITH DE WET. London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
THE FIGHTING WITH DE WET. London, March 0. Among the maps and documents cap tured from Gen. Christian De Wet while he was struggling to cross the Orange River on February 28 were the plans which he had prepared for the invasion of Cape Colony. Additional particulars have -been received of the capture by Victorian troopers on February 23, during an at tack on De Wet's laager, of a 15 pounder gun and a Vickers-Maxim pom-pom. As was previously reported, the Boers were in camp between Kauieel Drift and Hopetown, when a mounted force, under Col. Henry Mostyn Owen, rode into their midst. A party of the enemy at once made a desperate effort to hurry off with the guns, and three Victorians, led by Capt R. J. Marker, of the Cold stream Guards, set themselves the task of preventing this being done. The British horses, however, were so lagged after the long march over heavy ground that it was difficult to force them to a trot, and as the troopers advanced the Boers pointed the 15 pounder direc...
SOUTHERN RACING CLUB. STRATHALBYN, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
SOUTHERN RACING CLUB. STRATH ALSYN, March 0: The following nominations were received ny Mr, S J. Whitmorc, the Secretary of the Southern Racing Club, on Wednesday evening:— « Hurdles.— Salem 'Scudder, Culvert, Albury King, Emilene, Royalty, V, astray, Ken. ? Trial Stakes.-Raven, Guess Again, Wesiray, Cup.— Day Dawn, Culvert, Polly Perkins, Light joy (late Feu de Joi), Eeri Pishoagc. ?Steeple.— Mermaid, Lady Albyn, Rokewood, Jimmy, Sympathy. Corinthian.— Daisy Bell, Lightjoy (late Feu de Joi), Emilene, Cuess Again, Goacade. - Alexandria Stakes.— Culvert, Eeri, .Pishoage, . The entries received at Gordon's Racecourse Agency were:— Hurdle Race.— The Stag, Report* Scutum, Jack, Hornpipe, Prairie Flower. -' ' . Trial Stakes.— Rosalind, -' Lady Lyon, Antilles, Tennyson, Allegiance,- .Warwick, Algebra, Simple Jimmy. - . Southern Cup.— Motnpa, Charon, Curt Mantel, Martagon, The Bird, Dearix, Princtw Louise, Al gebra, Cuba. ' '' Steeplechase.— Convoy, Belter, Ebb.' Wirrawa, Onkaparntga, Tram...
THE AUSTRALIANS. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
THE AUSTRALIANS. London. March 5. Mr. Bennet Burleigh, the war. cor respondent of tlie 'Daily Telegraph,' states that the second Australian con tingents serving In South Africa, while willing to remain at the front until they are relieved by further drafts from Australia, are asking that the date of their return to their bomes shall be fixed. London, March (3. Col. A. Aytoun, of the fourth Queens laud contingent, has sailed from the Cape for England. Pte. C. Belters, of the Queensland Mounted Infantry, has succumbed to enteric fever at Bloemfontein.
THE CAPE INVASION. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
THE CAPE INVASION. London, March 5. The Boers have occupied Pearston. in the Karoo district of Cape Colony, 579 miles from Cape Town, in the di vision of Somerset East. Commandant van Reenen and 500 burghers are in laager at Diepkloof, near Colesberg, in Cape Colony. London, March G. Mjr.-Gen. H. B. De Lisle's column, which includes New South Wales con tingents, is reported to have traversed Cradock, 182 miles from Port Eliza beth, and to be moving southwards.
BOER CRUELTY AND VANDALISM. London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
BOER CRUELTY AND VANDALISM. London, March C. The township of Petrusville, in the division of Philip's Town, has suffered seriously at -the hands of the invading Boer commandos. On February 24 500 Boers, under Gen. De Wet and Mr. Steyn, looteQ every shop in the place, and smashed the .telegraph instru ments. Next day Commandants Hcrt zog and Brand rode intwith 3,000 men, and not; only destroyed a lot of private property, ? but brutally sjamboked a number of 'the British residents. Col. Alexander W. Thorneycroft, Avith 700 mounted troops and artillery arrived on the spot just as the enemj' were leaving.. Although his troops were numerically so greatly inferior in strength, -the British commander gave chase, 'and shelled the Boer rearguard.
SUFFERERS BY THE STORM AT THE SEMAPHORE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
SUFFETIERS BY THE STOKM AT THE SEMAPHORE. To the Editor. Sir— At a meeting of the committee, held, on 5th inst., it was resolved that all per sons' .'nrbseripticns should be returned _ *o t.hi- mvprs: and the balance, after payiuc exi»enses, be divided between the local ?Stningers' 'Benevolent Fund andthe Train ed Nurses' Fund. This is owing to the lack of public intenst, am the amount being totally inadequate. ' ' - I am, Sir,'&c, ' ' W. IT. &AUNTWERB,Hon. Sec.
SIR RICHARD BAKER IN EXPLANATION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
SIR RICHARD BAKER IN EXPLANA TION. , To the Editor. Sir— As I am responsible for the royal commission rof erred to, may I ask Sir Richard Baker to publish its report? The report to His Excellency wiU clearly show that our worthy president is qmte mis taken, .and that no such, statement was made as tiat 'industries have been so strengthened $iat they are now in a posi tion to successfully cope -with, .any competi tion .with or without the colony.' ' I am. Sir, &c., . H. AIJiEEDAIiB QjaAETGEPv
TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
TELEGRAMS PROM MANAGERS. Associated Northern Blocks.— No. 1 Shaft NE Xcut, No. 4 Level— Have cut a lode in scut carry ing 2 oz. 10 dwt per ton, 4 ft, under the winic sunk from level. No. 3 shaft. Kanowna Champion.— March 5:— AH works satis factory progress. Visible gold occasionally show ing in oxidized lode, bottom level. Water about same.
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
HEPOKTS. Mount Grainger.— March l:— Water on underlay shaft below 250 level is increasing every foot we go down, now making about 12 galls, per hour. Other work eoinir on satisfanlnrv Sonth Australian Copper Corporation.— Week, February 28:— Machinery, Mountain of Light All necessary pipes have been fixed in, shaft ready to lower steam pump at any time when required'. The* tramway to mill is in course of construction. Winding machinery working smoothly. The Mill.— Battery now fully mounted, foundation of winding engine above mill is completed, and the engine bring placed in position. . Tie framework of mill buildinjp-for battery floor- level Js erected. The Reservoir. — The Worthington pump is in position and is being mounted. The reservoir is concreted and. now receiving its final coat of cement. Main Shift— Total distance from' 'surface, 100 ft. Water coming-in freely, making about 4t000 gallons in 24 hours. The ground is very, soft, the shaft has to be timbered with sets and lath...