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THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. THE NEGOTIATIONS WITH LOUIS BOTHA. London March 6. Received March 7, 2 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. THE NEGOTIATIONS WITH LOUIS BOTHA. London, March 6. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] Received March 7, 2 a.m.] The AVar Office refrain from making public the nature of tlie peace negotia tions at Middelbnrg between Com mandant-Gen. Louis Botha and Lord Kitchener; but it is understood that the Cominander-iii-Cliief insisted that the enemy should surrender uncondi tionally. The 'communications have ceased, and Botha has moved north wards, either to ltoossenekal or Fiet crsburg, to consult with Mr. Schalk Burger and Commandant Fouries re garding what shall, be done. Mr. Burger is reported to be anxious that the burghers shall capitulate without delay. ; ? In the House of Commons yesterday, replying to various rumours concerning Botha, Mr. Brodrlek, the Secretary for War, merely remarked— 'I have no statement to make on the subject'

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS KALGOORLIE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS KAUiOOUUE. March 6. The February output of the Associated Mipc was:— Treated 3,082 tons sulphide ore tor 2,704 oz., average about 18 dwt. Imurovcd . work is btinir done by the Boulder Perseverance Company's sulphide plant, and the February output is expected to show a marked increase in the average of the gold yield. During the month just ended the ore treated was, ac cording to the manager's latest cabled advices to the board, wortli 30 dwt. per ton. The tailings assayed only 2{ dwt. Good progress is being made with the erection of the new ore reduction plant on the llainauit Mine, and crushing will probably be started be fore the close of tuis montn. MELBOURNE, March 6. At a meeting of the Chillagoe Blocks Company to-day the chairman, Mr. W. W. Nicholas, said it only required further capital to prove the com pany's block to be very valuable indeed, and they Had every reason to believe that shortly the pro perty would be successfully placed on the London market...

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THE CONINGHAM CASE. SYDNEY, March 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE CONINGHAM CASE. SYDNEY.- March C. In the' Supreme Oourt to-dav a motion was moved on behalf of Artiur' Coning hain to make absolute a rule nisi calling upon A. K. iSmifali, bookseller- (manager for &ir lvooert Jiearj, to snow cause why he should ? not be attached for contempt of court lorl«Hnmeatiiig# upon theConingham divorce1 cafee. which is now pending. An assurance was given that no further sales of the book would take' place until tlie case was completely settled, and . the . matter was then allowed to stand ovee till next term. ?

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PORT ADELAIDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

PORT ADELAIDE RACES. The. following handicaps have been de clared for the Port Adelaide Racing Clot's meeting; tofbe held on MarcbT16:— ' TRIAL STAKES. * ? Special weights. Six furlongs. ? ;. st. lb. ' 'st. lb. Sunbeam ? 8 2 Smithereens , . .'. 80 Miranda ...... 8 2 St. George . . . ,80 limpidity . . . . S 2 Simple Jimmy .SO Pandora . . ... 82 Rosalind . . . i . 7 11 Lady Oakvillc . . . S 2 Algebra ...... 7 11 \ Crt=- s-cle ? 8 2 Adelaide ...... 7 }1 Peeress .?....'. 8 2 Beaumaris ? 7 U Midnight ? 8 2 Tennyson ? 7 D Lecturer ? 8 0 Lome ....... 79 Corral ....... S 0 Chievcley . .... 7 0 Mundiva ? 8 0 Antilles ..... 6 11 Covenant ? 8 0 Everlastinjr. . . , , 6 11 Callamond ? 8 0 Spartan ? '6 U Antarctic ? 8 0 -Northumberland .60 Beadsman ? 8 0. HANDICAP HURDLE EACE. About one and a half miles. Bethnal ? .13 0 I Storm Queen ... 9 4 Garter ? ,12 0 Joe ....... 0 3 Barton ? .11 i Pantalct ? 9 S Nalpa ? 11 0 Eeri ....... 82 The Stag ? 10 10 Seabreeze . . .... 02 Barnslcy ? 10 9 Wesiray ? 8 ...

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THE COMMONWEALTH. MELBOURNE CELEBRATIONS. PREPARING THE DECORATIONS. MELBOURNE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE COMMONWEALTH. MELBOURNE CELEBRA ' ^TIOM PREPARING THE DECORATIONS. ?MELBOURNE. March 0. various committees and subcommittees appointed to arrange for decorating the city in honour of the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York and the opening of the Federal Parliament are pushing on the work with all possible speed, and though the time at their dis posal is limited they are confident that the display will be in every way creditable to Victoria and Australia. The Chinese resi dents of Melbourne have intimated their, wish to take part in the reception by erect ing adistinctive Chinese arch 'at the corner of Little Bourke and Swanston streets. Tenders for the supply of about 1,300 Vene tian masts have been accepted bv the Go- 1 yernment expert committee^ It is esti mated that the cost of the Venetian mast« and street decorations, as distinct from the decoration of buildings, will be about £10,000. The sum of £17,000 has been set apart by tne Government for illuminations....

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PROTECTIONISM IN VICTORIA. MORE COMPLAINTS OF SWEATING 120 HOURS A WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

PROTECTIONISM IN . VICTORIA, MORE COMPLAINTS OF SWEATING. 120 H0URS~A WEEK The taking of evidence of representatives of Mich trades as are not under the wages boards provisions of the Factories and Shoos Act was continued at the Trades Hall last night (reports the Melbourne 'Age' of March 1). .Delegates from some 20 trades -were present, in about a month's time a monster deputation will wait on the rrc mier, and request that the Shops and Fac tories Act should be applied to these cal lings. The delegates representing the bone dust, glue and tallow workers stated that a few employers paid their hands a maximum. of £2 7s. 6d. u week of 48 hours. In many places the weekly wage was £1. with board and lodging. There were still worse lac tories, where the men worked from 5.30 a.m. until 7 p.m. at the earliest, and sonic times.until 11.30. A foreman in one of these places told him he was paid 12s. 6d. a week, and other men under him down to 7s. 6d. The food given the men was deplorably un ...

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SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY. [From Tarquin.] MELBOURNE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY. [From Tarquin.] MELBOURNE. March 6. The V.R.C. Autumn Meeting will be con tinued to-morrow.' when the weather promises to be fine. Acceptances 'for the Champion Stakes are not due until half an hour before the race, but there are not likely to be more than four starters, three of which will probably' hail -from- Soobie's Stable. The following are my selections:— PINES HURDLE RACE. ; CINTRA or SHERIDAN .... 1 DIGNITY ? .... 2 LESOLEIL .. .. .... .. .. .. 3 ELMS HANDICAP. CADENAS ? 1 HAUTVILLIERS .:- ? 2 FIGHTING MAC .. .. .. .. .. 3 AUTUMN HANDICAP. SAN FRAN .. .. .... ., ... 1 THE BRIDE .. .. .. .. *. .. 2 SEAPORT ? .. .. .. 3 - CHAMPION STAKES. LA CARABINE .. ...... 1 CLEAN SWEEP .. .. .... .. 2 ADVANCE ? ? 3 NURSERY HANDICAP. GUNLOOK or DODONA .. .. 1 THE VICTORY ? 2 ELDERSLIE ? 3. RIVER HANDICAP. FIRST MATE ? ; .... .. I* SPECULATION .'. .. .. .... 2 CICERO .. .... ? *? 3 Scratching.— Vigil. Pines Hurdles. The following is the programme:— THE PINES HURDLE R...

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THE BRITISH ARMY. THE DEBATE IN THE LORDS. REMARKS BY THE PREMIER AND LORD ROSEBERY. London, March 6. [Received March 7, 2 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE BRITISH ARMY. THE DEBATE IN THE LORDS. REMARKS BY THE PREMIER - . AND LORD ROSEBERY. London; March li. TBY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received March 7, 2 a.m.] The spirited debate on the vmy sys tem which was opened in the House of Lords on Monday was concluded yesterday. The Marquis'bf Lansdowne intimated that, in view of the reforms which Mr. Brodrick, the present Sec retory for Wax, was about to initiate, he would reserve his defence against the charges which had been levelled against his own administration of the War Department. The Earl of Northbrook declared that according to the terms of -the order in Council the responsibility for the condition of the auxiliary forces rested not upon the Commanderjn Chlef, but upon the Adjutant-General, SirH. E. Wood. Earl Spencer said that the Com mander-in-Chief's duty under the order in Council was to give advice to the 'Secretary of State for War, and if the Secretary refused to accept it the responsibility Avould rest upon the latter. '...

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

AUCTIONS ifA BSTRACT OP SALES BY AUCTION' ?-A. TII1S DAY. T. llruce i Co.— At Unley Park, at eleven— Fur- nimre. C. (;. (jurr i On.— At their Mart, at twelve— Hiryflrs; at half-past tvro— Furniture. J. W*. u. Alforti & Co.— At the Town Hall, at eleven— Furniture. THIS DAY (THURSDAY^ MARCH 7, at 11 a.m., And the following day if necessary. 'BoaooWl.'' Northgate street, Unley Park. UXDER INSTRUCTION'S FROM G. J. DENNESS, ESQ. (wlio lius soli! lii» residence, anil is leaving for Lcniioa by the s.s. Britannia on the iSth inst.). THEODORE BRUCE & GO. . have been favoured with instructions to sell 'by auction, as above — The Whole cf the Superior Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS of a Magnificently Appointed Mansion, together with VICTORIA PHAGTOK, HORSE, DRAY, Aftl» GOOD MILCH COW. 83TL0TS 615'~to 637 on the Catalogue, including the VEHICLES and LIVE STOCK, will be SOLD at 1 O'CLOCK TO-DAY. ABSOLUTELY JO RESERVE. The Catalogue contains 650 ? Lots. ? THIS DAY, Thursda...

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A SWIMMING RECORD. BRISBANE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

A SWIMMING RECORD. BRB5BANE, March 6. Tlie 100-yards swimming championship of the State was competed for to-night. There were - four competitors, and tlie race was won by R. Cavill by 4 yards from F. K: Gailey, with J. Hogan a yard off third. Time, 62 l-5th sec, which is the Australian record.

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. Announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, not exceeding five lines, are inserted once each in 'The Register,' 'The Observer,' 'The Even ing Journal,' and Special Summary prepared for transmisaon to England for the single charge of Uali a Crown; extra lines Cd. each. The name and addres of the sender must in all cases he MARRIAGES. DOLLIXC-HEWETT.-On the 14th February, at the Methodist Church, Snowtown, by the Rev H. J. Parkinson, Albert Gustav Alfred (A. A\. ), eldest son of .Mr. J. G. Dolling, of Wokurna, to Rosa May Moor, youngest daughter of Mr. Onesimns Hewett, of Snowtown, formerly of Wo burn. DEATOS. KAY.- On the 16th Februarj-, at Fremantie, Bessie, tlie beloved wife of Thomas Kay, and the only daughter of the late Charles Lnwrie, of Tar lee, S.A., after a long and painful illness, aged XI yeare. WALL.— On the ath March, at her residence, Edward street, Norwood, suddenly, Jane, dearly Moved wife of William B. Wall, late of New Glenelg, ageduC years.

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AN A.N.A. DISPUTE. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

AN A.N.A. DISPtTE. MELBOURNE. March 7. The board, of trustees of the Australian Natives' Association has received a letter from the solicitors of the Sandhurst branch making the following suggestions towards a settlement of the dispute which arose be tween the board and the branch respecting a claim for sick pay and funeral allowance in February of last year:— 1. That the re solution ordering the branch to pay the claim be rescinded. 2. That the resolution relating to the expulsion of the branch be rescinded. 3. That the board shall pay all costs of the dispute to date. The trustees, after discussion to-day, resolved that the letter . should be received, and that the solicitors to the branch should be informed that compliance with the board's resolu tions of April 4 and May 15 (those 'referred to m letter) must first precede any appli cation for reopening the case. This means that the whole subject will be laid before the annual conference, which is to be open ed at Beechworth on Tu...

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COMMERCE AND FINANCE. London, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

COMMERCE AND FINANCE. London, March 7. Breadstuffs. — Tlie visible supply of American wheat is estimated at 80,704,000 bushels, against 82,503,000 bushels a week ago. ' Antwerp Wool Sales.— At the sales in Antwerp merino realized the rates which prevailed in January, but crossbreds de clined from 5 to 10 centimes. 'Sellers report that 1,087 bales of Australian wool were sold at prices equal to those which ruled at the close of the last London scries. Silver.— The price of bar silver to-day is 2/4J per oz., a decline of l-16d.

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THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

THE BUBOSIO PLAGUE. MELBOURNE. March 7. The health authorities are renewing their destruction of rats alone tlie wharfs, and are offering a bonus of 3d. per head. PERTH, March 7. Port Adelaide has been declared an in fected port, and in eonsequenee the regu lations in force last year during, the plague scare have been re-gazetted.

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LITERARY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

LITERARY SOCIETIES. St. Peters.---n Wednesday evening the society opened for the ensuing year. The president, Mr R. E. E. Rogers, was in the cnair. Several new members were elected. The secretary and trea surer presentea tneir reports, showing that the .society had increased in membership, and that there was a credit balance. The following- officers were elected:— Patron, Mr. G. H. Glover (Mayor of St. Peters); president, Mr. R. E. E. Rogers vice-presidents, Messrs. G. O. Robertson, J Hales, and G..H. Bradley; committee, Messrs. G. S. Hyett, S. C. Burgess, F. C. Hales, T. W. Tassie and A. S. Cornish; secretary, Mr. E. 11. Othams: treasurer, Mr. A. E. Nicholls; auditors, Messrs. O. &*Hyeti and M. J. Malone. Several rules were amended.— It was decided that the literary society should meet only on the first Wednesday in the month, Parliament meeting on the other evenings The Premier (Mr. J. Hales) then notified the re signation of his Ministry, and the new Premier (Mr. S. C. Bu...

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THE DAIRY BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

THE DAIRY BOARD, The monthly meetine of the Dairy' Board was held on Thursday morning. - There were present the chairman (Mr. R. Caldwell, M.P.), the Hon. A. W. Sandford. M.L.O.. Messrs. A. linson. J. Legg, J.; Paris, W: Thyer, C. J. Tuckweil,-G. S.' Thomson (dairy instructor), and W. L. Summers (secretary). Mr. Sandford said he had noticed that at a pre vious meeting some of the members expressed the opinion tlut the central district *as overrepre sented on the board. . He did not agree with them, but if the board held this opinion he would not care to retain his, seat on it. There were several points in connection with this matte' which appeared to have been overlooked. The central district members did not simply represent the tliree Adelaide factories, but four ? or hve hundred dairymen who sent cream to Ade laide, and who otherwise would be unrepresented. Thc-n, too,- from the initiation of the board, it was recognised that the central members repre sented the commercial side of...

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PORT ADELAIDE: Thursday, March 7. [Before Messrs. W. Mussared and J. Morris.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

PORT ADELAIDE: Thursdav. March 7. f Before Messrs. W. Mussared and J. Morris. 1 Hobcrtson Williamson, defended by Mr, R. Cruickshank, pleaded not guilty to a charge of im proper behaviour on the North parade on March 6. Mr. 0. W. Dempster appeared for the informant, Mar}' Ann Craib. The information was dismissed.

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POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Thursday, March 7. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M. W. Dring, and W. Jarrett] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Thursday, March 7. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., W. Dring, ana W. Jarrett] 1'enry Quinlan was charged with having on No vember 21 assaulteS Ellen Drosser. Mr. R. H. Lathlcan, who appeared for the informant, stated that the defendant was not arrested until the pre vious evening, and mere naa not been time to call witnesses. He asked for a. remand till the following day. Granted. William Palmer was charged on Uic information of Us wife, Evelyn Palmer, with breaking two tables, two chairs, and putting an axe through a cane chair and a. pouch. The evidence of the in formant was to the effect that she had livSj apart from her husband for the past three years and was residing at Mitcham. The accused visited her and left apparently on friendly terms. Shortly after wards he returned, and smashed the furniture mentioned. The chattels belonged to her, having been purchased since leaving her husband. De-r fendant admitted the offence. He' stated that he had sent his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

EDUCATION niHE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE. TIME TABLE, B.A. AND RSc. LECTOBES. The attention of Students is called to the fact ihat Provisional Time Table of Lectures may be pecn at the University. Students at a distance may obtain particulars on application to bTS CllAS. R. HODUE, Registrar. PRINCE ALFRED COLLEGE, KENT TOWN, NEAR ADELAIDE. Dead Master-FREDERIC CHAPPLE, B.A., B.Sc (London). The SESSION of 1901 Began on TUESDAY, January --, ut 9 a.m. Half-term Begins MOXDAY, March 4th, and New I Boys can be admitted then. For Prospectus, ic, apply to the Head Vaster, at the College. 3Sthscv Canterbury Sehool, Dcquetteville Terraee, Kent Town (formerly Clifton House Preparatory School). Principal-REV. F. 3LANEV POOLS, Hl.A St. John's College, Cambridge. Vacancies for Boarders and Day Scholars. Pros pectus on application. Kext Term begins Feb ruary 5. ISomwfc YOOTHAMURRA, SEASIDE BOARDING-SCHOOL, CLENELQ. Principals-MRS. KINGSTON and MISS DOW. Extensive additions having just been completed...

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LOCAL COURTS. ADELAIDE: Thursday, March 7. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Boucaut.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901

LOCAL COURTS. ? ? ADELAIDE: Thursday, March 7. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Boucaut.1 Clutterbuek Brothers v. Timothy .Murphy.— Claim £27 10s., for goodp sold and delivered. Mr. K. E. Clcland appeared for the plaintiffs, and Mr. l'.Ncsbit, K.C., with Mr. H. A. Parsons, for defendant, . who pleaded not indebted. The de fendant also couiitcrclaimed £150 14s. Sd. for that UA plaintiffs, having in March, 1S99, sold for de livery to. defendant three tons of manure, failed to deliver the same, by reason of which neglect the defendant was unable to manure 140 acres of land before, sowing wheat, .and was .compelled to lose the proms that would have. accrued to him if the plaintiffs had not neglected to fulfil their contract. ? The hearing .was resumed from the previous day. Mr. Nesbit intimated .that in accordance with His Honor's suggestion the par ties had conferred, but they could not come to an agreement. He suggested that as both par ties had made an offer without prejudice, it might ...

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