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AGAINST COSTLY DISPLAY. WELLINGTON, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

AGAINST COSTLY DISPLAY. WELLINGTON. March 6. The reply of member's of Parliament to Mr. Seddon's question whether they are in favour of New Zealand being represented at the opening of the Federal Parliament in Melbourne are so far adverse to any costly display. '

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SHOCKING CRUELTY TO CHILDREN. WELL-MERITED SENTENCES. London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

SHOCKING CRUELTY TO CHILDREN. WELL-MERITED SENTENCES. London, March (j. At the Bristol Assizes yesterday David Aliport, an insurance agent, for merly knoAvn as the 'Black country evanzelist,' and Louisa Chappell were arraigned on charges of having at tempted to murder Allport's two chil dren by. means of starvation, for the purpose of obtaining the sums of money for which their lives were in sured. , ? Witnesses testified to the cruelty of both the prisoners '$ the children, that Ohappell had said' 'the house would be like heaven if Bertie died,' and that 'she would dance at his funeral.'1 A lady stated that iillport promised to pay her some money he owed her when Bertie died and he got the Insurance money. Aliport told a Mrs. a-argaret Williams, when she adopted Bertie, that his wife had died of consumption. He spoke of his successes as a lay evangelist, and said he was going to be married to a nice little woman with a. nice little home. A school board offi cer said that Aliport ha...

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THE PLAGUE. PRECAUTIONS IN OTHER STATES. SYDNEY, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE. PLAGUE. ' PRECAUTIONS IN OTHER STATES. SYDNEY, March «. The Mayor of Sydney, Dr. Graham, speaking to-day in reference to the precau tions being adopted against tne introduc tion of the plague, said rat-catching was being vigorously prosecuted throughout the city. He believed that with the measures being adopted the authorities would be aii-le to prevent the plague from finding a landing in Sydney, but, of course, it might occur from some remnant of the- old poison in rats which had not been extermi nated. MELBOURNE, March 4. At a meeting of the Board of Public Health to-day Dr. Gresswell referred to the presence of bubonic plague in Queens land, New South. Wales, Western Austra lia, and South Australia, which, he said,' seemed to point to the. conclusion that, the disease had never really been eradicated in those States. He moved — 'That the board should take some precautions, as on the last occasion when plague was prevalent in Australia.' Tlie motion was agreed to. It is Dr. ...

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VICTORIA MELBOURNE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

VICTORIA, MELBOURNE. March G. The Railway Department has ui prepsira tion plans for improving the- Port. Mel bourne railway j-ier py -widening the structure 12 ft., lajnng another line of rails, uuudiiig storage sheds, and doing other work. y ? \ ? The Wesleyan Conference to-dav passed a resolution condemning eigai-e&te smoking, especially among young people, and asking the Government to take action in the matter. The Lieutenant-Governor has confirmed the decision of Cabinet that 'cue sentence of death passed on Edwin Naah, for wife murder, at Burley, in December, should be commuted to imprisonment for life with haxi labour.

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PLAGUE AT THE CAPE. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

PLAGUE AT THE CAPE. London, March 5. Four fresh cases of plague have oc curred at Cape Town. The sufferers are two white residents aud two kaf firs.

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COMMERCE AND FINANCE. London, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

COMMERCE AND FINANCE. T^imifm. M.irnli 6. Lead.— Soft foreign lead is selling at £13 17/6 per ton. ? Quicksilver.— The price of Spanish, first hands, is £9 2/6 per bottle. Antimony.— The price for regulus is £35 5/ per ton. Mining Shares.— Chillagoes are quoted at £1 10/, Mount Lyells at £4 17/6, and Mount Lyell Norths at £2 15/ per share. London, March 5. Breadstutfs.— The quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 3,745,000 quarters, compared with 3,510,000 quarters a week ago, and 2,920,000 quarters a year ago. The quantity afloat for Continental ports is 1,000,000 quarters, as against 1,050,000 quarters a week ago and 1,005,000 quarters a year ago. - ?Tallow.— At the auctions to-day l,17o casks were offered and 141 sold. Mutton, tine, realized 29/3; medium, 27/; .beef, fine, 27/6; medium, 26/.

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STOCKS AND SHARES. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

STOCKS AND SHARES. London. March o. The following are the latest quotation! for the shares of Land, Mortgage, and Agency Companies:— ? Fb.l9Mh.r-.|MoT. ? ' : ? ' £ £ Avif. M.L. ft F. Co. 4 p.c. deb. 195 105 = Aiu. Gas Co. Syd. 6 p.cdeb. 100 100 — City Sydney * p.c deb. . ... 103 103 = D,mveit.& L.M.C'0. 4 p.c deb. 85} 85j = Daltrety & Co., Ltd., shares 6 6 = Dalcety k Co. ^ p.o. deb. ... 105* 105} - Union M. & A. Co. 4} p.c. deb. T2J n\ = Aus.&N.Z.Mort.Co.4| p.c deb. 89 89 i ?= I'reehoW Trust Aus^~4 P.c. deb. 100 100 = Met. Cm Co., Melb. ? 105 105 | ° — Stationary.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. March G. ' A heavy thunderstorm, accompanied by a gale and a deluge of rain, passed over Grafton last night. The wind, which blew with terrible violence. UDrooted tri-es anil damaged buildings. The Roman Catholic Piesbytery was partially unroofed. The ferry steamer Una encountered the storm when crossing the river, Iiecame uncontroll able, and was dashed against the wharf, with the result that she was considerably damaged. A residence at South Grafton was blown down,' but all the inmates es caped, except W. Brown, whose head was struck with a brick, and he was unconscious for some hours. ' A conference of representatives of the Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist Churches took place to-day, at which a plan of union was finally adopted,

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NOTES AND QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

NOTES AND QUERIES, 'J. K. Tulloch.'— May 24 will lapse as a public holiday. 'W. Tomlinson.'— Not worth your troubling about. 'Amateur Chemist.'— Three simple solu tions for the dissolution of gold arc chlorine, biomine, and jodinc. 'A Mother,' Fremantle.— Col. Wyndham says that he never heard of 'the matter, and that it is better not to trouble further about it. 'Norman.'— We arc informed by the railway authorities that there is no regula tion which would justify the action to ' which you refer. 'J. L.' asks 'whether it as possible to make a good sparkling tonic ale or hop beer that vriU eilervesee wuen poured out, to be worked by other means than yeast, aa beer worked w'tlT yeast does not agree with ?us.' 'J. T.,' with other correspondents, sug gests that the King's, oath regarding reli- ' gious mutters is obsolete, contrary to the spirit of the age, and a needless reflection upon millions of his subjects, and that it should be abolished. 'N. O. P.' — 'United Australia,' publish ed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

I DmllKll 1 topurobiMre. Doa't \^ll|i»l\^^ tr»yel without a Camera SD DftVTi HA PHOTO. STOO/J . F..BOWU, Ltd. WAReHQU6E, *? Piri* Strsat, Adelaide. N231ho* GOLD BXR 6d., jfeffltih akdx/O W. OOZUSrZIXaXa & Co., SOLE AGIMTS. ' ADELAIDE. ? ? . . ? aSithte

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA PERTH, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

WESTERN AUSTRALIA PERTH. March 6. Owing to the outbreak of plague at Perth Colonel Wyndham resolved not to land the Imperial troops. This decision created grave disappointment, especially as provision had been made for the entertaining of the sol diers. ' '

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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

WOOL.. 1 lie wool, as compared with -that of last year, was, ^enor.illy s]-eaking, liner in fibre, of jjixrI quality, and light in condition. It was ntx-iisionuliv tender. This was urobablv the rvsult of the hard and dry season. T;ik m.: the collection as a 'whole, it was a ile dderlly attractive one. Possibly the best -l.i*- wa.- that for merino cwics over one aud a hall years. Mr. A. .1. Murray, of Mount Cruwiord, took the lirst and second prizes in this class, Mr. John Murray, of Khinc Park, the third, anil Mr. Murray Dawson's exhibit was highly commended.' In the ram tkivis-jon, under one and a haK years, Mr. A. J. Murray secured first and second and Mr. W. A. Murray third honours. The two lirst-naracil exhibits stood out prominently. Y\k winning fiend's in the aged torn class 'uvre ako very excellent. Mr. Jolin ^Murray was first and third, Mr. A. J. Murray second, and the ?exhibit of the Canowie Pastoral Company ?«ms very highly commended. The 3;ist n.inicil ran Mr. John Murray...

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THE MACHINERY SECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE MACHINERY SECTTIOX. 'ITie largest makers of agricultural ma chinery under the British 'flair'' is the posi tion claimed by the ifassey-Harris (jotn p.my. Toronto, Canada. Their new grain and leitiiizer unll li.is been reinoileilett to mut the variaL-traMlitions in this colony. On aoevmnt of so much rough, stony, and stumpy land everything in connection with the drawbars has been made specially sironR. The drawbars thenx-elves are of channel steel, so that in passing an obstruc tion sndvwuys the hoe -will be in proper position. The angle steel frame is bent at the angles in the solid, thus leaving all the anetal where it is most required, and two 'Ji-itL steel plates have been fixed on edge from the front frarm? suwiortinir the draw mar- slmlts (winch run through the plates) and .securely rixed to the large double chau 3iel steel girder, and then under the axle, ihus making the whole one solid piece. The iinun wheels are strongly made of steel, and will stand three times the stra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

A REVOLUTION IN SODA WATER. , MR The question of bulk overcome. ?Ci^ft lllliiS^^ The problem solved at. last by f 'SPARKLETS' Which make NOT ONLY, Water, but ALL DRINKS, Wine, Beer, Milk. &c. Sparkling in the Twinkling 'YOU SSAKE THE BOTTLE. NATURE DOES. THE REST.' ^pSS? Everyone HIS OWN MINERAL WATER Hfe.1 IIIHHh iImjIjv and SOFT DRINK MANUFACTURER jJ^jj^jqpjSM Ci &. 'O A '& T? I »? T^ ^l i§§H||§i|k INVALUABLE IN THE BUSH AND M^^^^^^S^ SPARKLETS once used always used. 'F^^W^^^^^mk No Corkscrews reQ.uired ? ^m^^f^S^^^^ Delicious Assorted FRUIT FLAVOURS |TOftMMffl^^M TONICS (also MEDICINAL TABLETS) on f^^^mm^^^M 8ale exPressly manufactured for use. Sold in Two Sizes and in large Syphoi: form, Box of Sparklets, weight 4 oz.; 144. SPARKLETS packed in Box 4 x 4 x 10 inches are equal to 200 LARGE SODAS ; weight 3 lb. Think ©f the facility of transport and the saving in carriage. LL %% SOLD B¥ CHEMISTS AND STOREKEEPERS. GlmthtsSa SPECIAL NOTICE. ? 0 ? VISITORS to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

SHIPPING ORIENT LINE. The following. Steamships (under Royal, Mail Contract) will leave Adelaide (Larjs Bay) 'at 2 p.m. on the undcrraentioni.il dates for PLY MOUTH -ind London, via I'remantle, Colombo Gran.shipi)ing for all Indian ports), Suez Canal, jS'apli::, Marseilles, and Gibraltar: — ?ORL7BA.~7r..~~5S37JrLinklaterr lilar. 7. »AUSTBAL...!S524 C. Nicholson, R.X.R. Mar. 21. ?CUZCO ? .lalSlF. S. Symons, n.X.lUApl. 4. *0MRAIl.... esai\i. i\ Uuthvtn | Apl. IS. And fortnightly thereafter. 'Via Hobart from Sydney. SALOON TO LOXDOX-Stngle, £33 10/ to £.71. Betum, £71 lu/ to £121. Third Class, £17 7/. AL19 13,', £20 10/. BALOOX TO COLOMBO-Singlc, £U 4/ to £33. Return, £36 (i/ to £W 10/. WESTERN' AUSTRALIA. Saloon, £fi 1/ to £7 14/ ; Third, £3 17/. Passages from any port can be prepaid here.' RETURN' TICKETS (First Saloon) between IN TERCOLONIAL l'ORTS are now available for re turn by P. and O. and 1LM. Companies' steamers havitg room. MAN'AfiERS-F. GREEN' k CO.. and ANDER SON, ANDERSON...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

RELIGIOUS NOTIOES , ? . ? i_ Foreign Missionary Meeting. METHIDI8TJ0NFERENGL PIRIE STREET CHURCH, TO-NIGHT, at 7-30. Speakers— Rev. H. T. Burfiess, LLvD. (Chairman), Itov. K. J. Piper (from China), and Rev. J. C. .Uill (Foreign Missionary Secretary). CHrXRSE COSTUMES AND CUBIOS. COLLECTION FOtt FOREIGN MISSIO-*3. PUBLIC NOTIOES IN HONOUR OF THE VISIT OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES THE DDKE AND DUCHESS OF YORK. AU who intend to embellish their Premises on this auspicious oct-asion are respectfully revested to make their arrangements as early as possible, and have their work designed and executed by the mo?t capable Artists in this direction. Transparencies, Banners, Decorative and Symbo lical Paintings, and Designs for Gas and Electrical Allegories and Displays, ind all work of the kind that m-eds artistic taste and brilliant conception, should be entrusted to MARQUES BROS., who have already prepared a number of designs for loyalists to choose from. They will be pleased to adapt and cany ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

FUNERAL NOTICEe fnHE Friends of thd late W. A. CARB arc re '-L spcctfuUy informed that his REMAINS will Leave his late Residence, Viitnc, at 3 p.w., THIS DAY (Thwsday), JJarch 7, for the Jfaamc Canetiry. ' D. CHAPMAN, Undertaker. THE Friends of the late Mrs. JANE WALL, late of New (Jlcncl?, are respectfully in formed that her FUNERAL will Leave her late Residence, Edward street, Norwood. THIS DAY (Thursday), at 1 p.m., for the West terrace Ceme tery. J. B. SIEBERT & SONS, Telephone 6S2. Undertakers and Embalmcrs.

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METHODIST CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

METHODIST CONFERENCE. The sittings 'were resumed cm Wednesday in the Pine street Church. The Hev. T. ttjxr presided over a full attendance. The Hon. Secretary of Sunday-schools. Eev. W. G. Clarke, presented the statis tics of schools' as follows:— 436 schools, 4,215 teachers, and 36,324 scholars, showing a decrease of 28 schools, 202 teachers, and 1,292 scholars. After a lengthy discussion it was re solved:— 'That this conference thanifully recognises the many and manifest tokens of the iMvine presence- vouchsafed during, the past year. \Ve thank God for the general harmony which has attended the operations of the united. churchduring.ithe^past year. In addition to this many*' churches have been gladdened by conversions. The de crease, in our membership we .believe to be due* partly to the universal revision of our church rolls and partly to the changes and adjustments necessitated in Methodist union. We find, however, in the fact of this decrease a record for deep humiHaikm before ...

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RAIN IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

RAIN IN THE NORTH. EURILPA, Mareli 2.-After the longest spell of dry weather that Iras been known here rain fell to^ky, and recorded 0.80. During the past six months we have regis tered only 1.09. .The laiboraous work of water-carting is at an end for. some time at least, and the stock can got water nearer to the feed, where there is any, thus saving miles of travelling. QUORN, March 5.— We are still anxious ly looking for a share of the splendid rain fall. On Friday we had a terrific dnst atorm, and rain threatened, .but none fell here, althongh a few- miles north of us they had over an inch in a few minutes. On Saturday rain passed along the Willochra Plain and flooded the Bookunda Greek. Our ?reservoir is getting low. Luxmoore, R. J. Coombs, & Co., Limited, have received a telegram from Messrs. Be via- Ives, & Co., of Oakden Hills Station, in the north-west, stating that 3 inches of rain had been registered on the station since Monday night, that all ' dams, tanks...

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A BROKEN TEASET. GRANDFATHER AGAINST GRANDSON [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

A BROKEN TEASET. GRANDFATHER AGAINST GRAND ? ' SON - A curious case occupied the attention of the Local Court Bench on Wednesday morning. John Giles, a gentleman of inde pendent means, who lives near Paradise. sued his grandson, Isaac G. H. Giles, for the recovery of £18, money received by the plaintiff for the use of the defendant and for the breakage of part of a teaset. Last year the grandfather visited England, , and left his grarjdeoii in charge' of his 14-aere garden, near Paradise, saying that he could keep all ? the money he realized for the produce of the garden during his absence, klr. Giles, sen., also gave the defendant £20 for the purpose, he -asserted, of paying rates and taxes and suchlike charges that be came due. When he returned from Eng land he found that the money had been spent, whilst the defendant had paid into the 'bank only £65 out of £75 he received in certain dividends belonging to the plain tiff which bad become due in his absence. A'teasei'of 40 pieces h...

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