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LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
LONDON QUOTATIONS. Messrs. Clarke & Co., Universal Buildings, Grenfell street, have handed us the following:— London, March 5. Associatcds— 50/. ' ' ' ' Associated Northern Blocks— 47/6. Bayley'8 Cnited-2/6. Chaffer's— 6/9. . CosmopoliUns— 24/3. ' Golden Horeeshoe— £10 7/6.
AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
AUSntALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, March 6.. Colonial Bank, preference— £9. Commercial Bank, ordinary-20/. National BarOc, ordinary— 71/6. Colonial Mutual Insurance— 7/9. Melbourne Trams— 24/4. Broken Hill Water Supply— 20/3. Block 10-85/. South Broken (con.)-2O/6. South Broken (paid)-27/3, 27/. South Blocks (con.)— 3/6. South Blocks (paid)-5/]J. North Broken-17/s, ie/». Sulphide Corporation— 15/3. Victoria Broken— 2/8. Lyell Tbarsis— 4/9. Mount Lyeli-35/, S5/6. , Mount Lycll Blocks— 5/3. North Mount Lycll-55/. 1 ? ... Chillagoe R: and :M:-20/6, 26/9. Linediile West— £6 15/. . ? Coppertop— Id. . Briseis-8/U. ?,„?,,„ Brothers' Home No. ,1-1/3. Glenfine ConsoU-34/, »/,»/?»/. «/? Glenfine South- £8. £7 18/, £8-6/. Great Glenfine-2/6, 2/8. Long Tunnel- £17, £17 10/. Long Tunnel Extended— £14 10/. South German— 65/, 04/. South NeW,Mcon-26/3. ^^ ^^ fi , Ivanhoe 'Junction— 2/5. Boulder Main Rcef-41/3. , North Broken Hill— T7/4J. Chillagoe R. and M.— 29/. Block 10-88/.- '; . . Giraunl^eois-S...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
.SPORTBSfG. ?Ifr. A. O..Whitingtpif-.will- on'Mondar, March' 11,' receive nominations foribe prin cipal events to be decided at the S.'A.J.C. Autumn .Meeting. The races that will re quire the attention ot owners ares— ?? ? ? FDIST HURDLE RACE.-A 'Handicap or' 200 sovs. ; second, horse to receive 40 sots, and the third 20 sovs. out of the Btake. Two mile and 358 yards. GOODWOOD HANDICAP.— Of 500 eovs.; the second horse to receive 100 sovs. and the third ft) goys. out of the stake, Three-quarters of a SECOND HURDLE RACE.-A handicap of ,150 sovs., the second horse to receive 85 sovs. and the third 15 sovs. out ot the btake. Two miles and: 36 yards. ADELAIDE CUP.-A Jiihdieap of 1.000 sovs.; the' second horse to receive 200 sovs, and the third 100* sovs. out of the -stake. One mile and five furlongs. ;. THE STEEPLECHASE.4A liandicap of 200 sovs.; the second horse to receive 50 sovs. and the third 25 sovs. out of the stake. About three miles. ? MARION STEEPLECHASE.— A handicap of 150 eovs...
CANADA AND THE PACIFIC CABLE. London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
CANADA AND THE PACIFIC CABLE. . London, March 0. The Dominion House of Commons at Ottawa yesterday unanimously voted Canada's share, amounting to five eighteenths, of the cost of the Pacific cable. The Hon. W. Mulock, Post master-General, referring to the con cession by New South Wales to' the Eastern Extension Telegraph Com pany on account of the cable from the Cape, to Australia, said it was too late for Canada to recede from her position in regard to the Pacific undertaking, inasmuch -as the contract for it had been .signed, aud the cable was in course of construction. He denied that there had been any arrangement with the Eastern Extension Company to 'pool' the receipts from the workiug of the cables.
REGRET IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
REGRET IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 5. It is rumoured here that the IJuke -.t York when he visits Queensland will be accompanied by only a portion of his suite, as the remainder will stay in Melbourne and Sydney. This is considered to be a matter for regret, as Queens-landers are pre paring for the royal visitors a most loyal reception, and any reduction in the suite will be regarded as a reflexion upon either the ability or willingness oTthe j)gople here to receive them.
"MUSINGS OF A MUSICIAN." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
'MUSINGS OF'a MUSICIAN.' To the Editor. ' ?Sir— As -an unletteh»d individual, may I ask some of 'your c/ltured readers if the productions appearing , under this heading are pure art' or pure drivel? When^ one reads of sunsets of enchanted blood, or of Carlo 'seen through a crick in the eye lid deep in research of entomological speci mens principally amongst his own fur,' one feels, in Mr. Treharne's original phrase, 'swampingly crushed,' and a weary wrath arise? in 'the intelligent sensitive eoul.' Mr. Treharne's account of the pursuit of 'the .God he claims to worship' certainly arouses a feeKng of sympathy.. One reflects, after reading his effusions — What peculiar ' experiences might have been saved ' hhn if he could only have been inspired to look in the mirror instead! . ; ? I am. Sir, 4c, IGNORAMUS. Port Aueusta, March 4.
SOLDIERS' LETTERS. EXCITING INCIDENTS AT THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
/SOLDIERS' LETTERS. EXCITING INCIDENTS AT THE FRONT Cpl. R. C. Cox, of the Imperial Bush men's Corps, writing from Pretoria an January 27, says:— Tlie Boers are now mobilized and showing doeeed fieht. as wmist Here during Jaet week an average of [2 trains a day packed with troops, fodder, food, ammunition, and equipment have gone through, with Lord Kitchener him selt going to personally command. Owing to the terrible calamity that has, befallen the world this week operations have been suspended, but orders are now to resume, so a few days will tell -a tale. Notwith standing all our efforts to keep the coni nidndas separate they have slipped through our lingers. It is painful to witness every day trains returning -with wounded, dying, wasted, wornout, and fever-stricken men, pitiable objects, indeed, as they are march ed, or dragged, across from the hospital aiding to the convalescent camp, then in spected by the medical major and drafted into the hospital — observation' or con vales...
JAMESTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
JAMESTOWN RACES. The following nominations were received at Gor. don's Racecourse Agency on Wednesday: — '? . Hurdle Race.— Wallas, Sympathy, The Boer, Storm Queen. - Jamestown Handicap.— Sunbeam, Joe, Moredun hill, Philippa, The Countess, Priestess, Starlight, Common, Sepoy, Nigger, Tornado. Flying Handicap.— Sunbeam, Philippa, Sir John, Break, of Gauge, Thunder Prince, Pretender, Yal ditnar, Primula, Restless, English Ivy, Sepoy, Alarm. ' Jumpers' Flat. — Joe, Maggie Moore, Wallas, NigRcr, The Boer, Storm Queen. Selling Race.— Pauline, Black Bess, Kooringa, Thunder Queen, Ruby.
TATTERSALL'S CONSULTATION. HOBART, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
TATTERSALKS CONSULTATION. HOBART. March C. The following are the drawers of .placed horses in Tattersall's special consultation of ,100,000 gubscribers at 5s. on the Austra lian Cup, run on March 5, which cloged With 80,000 subscribers, and was drawn pro i-ata:— First, Dreamland, E. H: Millett, Manly, Neiv South Wales, £3,600; second, Flintlock, J. M. Lochhead, Manawatu, New Zealand; £1,440; third, San Fran, W. 11. Richards, Standford street, Magill, South Australia, £720. These amounts arc net. Liquid air is the force' of the future. It is an explosive of a most dangerous, kind; it may be used as an anaesthetic; it may be used to purify anything. In a word, nays Sir Walter Besant, it is another giant caught, imprisoned, and made to work the will 'of man. 'I have not the least doubt,' he_ continues, 'that before many months are past liquid air will be captured by the inventor and - used for the destruction of a whole array many miles distant by the hand of a driunmex bov.'
YEARLING SALES. MELBOURNE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
YEARLING SALES. MELBOURNE, March 6. There was an excellent attendance ci buyers at the sale of thoroughbred year lings, conducted by Messrs. W. C. Yuille and Co., at Newmarket to-day. The prices realized 'all round were only fair, and in .some cases they were far below expecta tions. Of the Fulham Park yearlings a colt'by Port Admiral from La CheVille, by Thunderbolt, Was knocked down to Mr. Albert Aiiiler for 121) gn. There was keen competition for the brother to Security. Ihe coit was first knocked down, to Mr. J. Howie for 175 gs., but the bid Being dis puted he was put up again and soid to -\li J. C'rozier for 215 gs. A half-sister to Key was bought for 50 gs. by che iormer oWuer of Key. Mr. T. i£. Barr Smitn, of Mor phettville, sent up some nice yearlings. The iilly by Light Artillery from Mari tima, went to the New South Wales trainer Earnshaw, for 200' gs. Mr. S. Mil ler got two. of the Morphettville yearlings, both by Light Artillery, the sire of Black Watch. He gave 100 gs....
FOURTH DAY-SATURDAY, MARCH 9. THE AUTUMN STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
FOURTH DAY-SATURDAY, MARCH 9. THE AUTUMN STEEPLECHASE. A handicap sweepstakes of 6 sovs., with 400 added. Second horse to receive SO and the third 40 sovs. out of the stake. About three miles. The African .... 12 9 Fishhook '..... 9 12 Hayseed ? 11 0 Lady Agatha ... a 12 Euro ? 11 7 Kiota ? 9 0 Cromwell ..... 11 0 Spieler ? 9 7 Balmaghlc .... 10 8 Allots ? 9 0 Supple Jack ... 10 7 Freedom ..... 0 0 Leeway ? 10 7 President .... U 0 Primate ..... 10 0 Suniight ? 9 0 Wooral ? 10 5 sealing Wax ... 9 0
THE TARIFF. SYDNEY, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
THE TARIFF. SYDNEY. March G. Mr. Barton to-day emphasized the state ment that the Federal Ministry had no wish to delay dealing with tlie federal tariff till the second session of Parliament. If it was at all possible it would be speedily dealt with. PERTH, March G. Sir John Forrest, Federal Minister of De fence, addressed a crowded meeting at the town hall last nicht. He had a splendid reception. Sir John spoke at great length on the fiscal policy of the Government, an,d readTi message from Mr. Barton, which was received with cheers. The candidate said federation would not be complete until a trans-Australian railway was built, and he would not be member of any Government that did not include that work in its plat form. ^_ ?
THE NEW HEBRIDES QUESTION. SYDNEY, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
THE NEW HEBRIDES QUESTION. SYDNEY, MarcK G. Mr. Barton, referring to-day to the New Hebrides question, stilted that the whule trouble had arisen from, the want of a joint tribunal to adjudicate on disputes concern, ins land. His' opinion was that a mixed tribunal with necessary powers should be appcanted, and he thought that was also the view of the French authorities.
BROKEN HILL, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
BROKEN HILL, March 6. The committee of the Licensed Victual lers' Racing Club held a -weH-attended meet ing 'last evening. Mr.-. P. Quinn presi ded. The programme for the .forthcoming winter meeting was arranged. It was de cided to give away £500 in stakes,' which will be distributed thus-.-^-Cupv ~£200; L.V-.R.C. Handicap, £100; steeplechase, £75; hurdles, £60; Brewers' Purse, - £4Q; Trial Stakes, £25. Mr. H. Hughes was ap pointed handicapper and Mr.1 F. Cornelius starter. The president, Mr. P. Quinnt ten dered his resignation, as he is on the eve of leaving Broken Hill. The resignation was regretfully accepted and Mr. Quinn was elected a life member. At the conclusion of the ordinary business Mr. E. Mclaughlin took the chair and made eulogistic remarks I regarding Mr. Quinn's services to the club. ' On behalf of the committee he presented him with'a silver tea and coffee service.
CRYSTAL BROOK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901
CRYSTAIT BROOK RACES. The following are the weights for the Crystal Brook Races, to bejield on March 20:— Flying Handicap, tax furlongs— Tama, 9 st. 10 !b.; Restless, 9 7; Winchester, 9 2; Tomado, 8 7; Primula, 8 4; Ruby, 7 13; Parthia, 7 11; Rosa rian, 7 10; Patience, 7 7; Countess, 7 3; English Ivy, 7 2; Kooringa, 7. , ' Handicap Hurdles, one and three-quarter miles Black Bess, 10 st. 9 ib.; Wildflower, 9 10; Sym pathy, 9 7; Ganyowcn, 9 3; The Scamp, 9. Crystal Brook Handicap, one and a quarter miles —Tama, 9 st. 5 lb.; Merriwa, 8 10; The Dream, 8 7; Common, 7 8; Maggie Moore, 7 6; Starlight, 7 3; Sepoy, 0 12. Beetaloo Handicap, one mile — Restless, 9 st 5 lb.; .Wincliester, 8 13; Merriwa, 8 12; Torna- ), 8 »; Primula, 8 2; Thunder Queen IIL, 7 13; Par thia, 7 11: Rosarian, 7 9; Maggie Moore, 7 7; Patience, 7 6; Tomboy; 0 12. ? ? HENRY HUGHES, Handicappcr.