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LICENSING BENCHES. NORTHERN DISTRICT. PORT AUGUSTA: Wednesday, March 6. [Before Messrs. J. T. Keats, S.M., J. Beatton, W. G. Prvor. and J.G. Moselev.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
LICENSING BENCHES. ;? NORTHERN DISTRICT. PORT AUGUSTA: Wednesday, March 6. [Before Messrs. J. T. Keats, ill., J. Bcatton, ' W. G. Prvor. and J. G. Moseley.l The Inspector of I'ublichouscs (Suu-inspector J. Meld) gave his annual report -as follows: — '?Nearly all the publichouses in the 'district liavc been inspected, bv me in tne settled parts, and by the police in outlying places, and the premises were, on the whole, satisfactory. Any orders for repairs iiave been carried out ^promptly, and only a few complaints have reached me against tiie publicans, and these have been put right. The publicans, on the whole, appear to be attentive to their business and obliging to the public. The two hoiela at Tarcoola, to which licences were granted some six muntlis ago, have not yet been erected, .illliough the niateriaj for doing to is now cu the field, i am opposing licences being granted to the six houses proposed to be erected at the fallowing places: — Vwo at False Bay, two at Iron Knob, t...
BUILDING SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
BUILDING SOCIETIES. North Adelaide Starr-Bowkctt Society.— This so ciety held an appropriation meeting at the office, Tyntc street, on Wednesday evening, when the 110th appropriation was made. Mr. 11. I'adgbam presided, and Miss Giles and Mr. E. R. Stock acted as scrutineers. The ballot resulted in 415 Iwing drawn, and the member holding this number is entitled to a loan of £400, repayable during ten years.
THE ABANDONED GAWLER RANGES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE -ABANDONED GAWLER RANGES. : To the Editor. fctr— Once more the golden opportunity has come for the Pastoral Board to reap their harvest in the beautiful rain that has fallen all over the Gawler Ranges— so ear.y, so abundant, and so opportune for bringiug early and plentiful feed before the heavy frost sets in. It rained steadily for 40 hours. If the Pastoral Board will cut the country into well-shaped blocks and have them ready for allotment by the middle of May, theland -will allbetakeii up. Theblocks are too large at present. It would be bet ter to divide them into 300, 400, and .600 mile areas; and if an applicant cares to take more, let him have as much as he likes. Auction would be the proper course to adopt in dispo-inR of the land. ,With s-ucli good prospects from early start and three-quarters of an inch of rain in three weeks' time, and a further threerquartera of an inch three weeks later, the country ought in three months to look as well as it has for the last 15 year...
ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS. The ironwork enclosing the elepiiant's exercise yard has been fixed in position. This yard ad joins Miss Sium's Indian palace, so that at all times ? she will have the opportunity of taking good walks. A pair of Syrian goats, indigenous to eastern Europe and south-western Asia, have been added to the society's collection. They ar rived by the steamer Euryalus last week. 'They are large and very tall. The profile of the, face »f this animal is convex, and the extraordinary length of their pendent ears, which are half as long .again as their- heads, gives the animal an ugly appearance. The ? hippopotamus, which is doing well, draws good attendances at the gar den?.
THE CODLIN MOTH. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE CODL1N MOTH. To the: Editor. Sir— The selfishness of some of the owneTs of the oodlin moth orchards was clearly shown at the Uraidla meeting. They, must have their way. and would not listen to a reasonable man w-ho has the same cause of complaint as 'themselves, but does bis. duty, and knows he is successful. It has 'been clearly shown since that the ma jority of orchard owneis are in favour of. trying. to keep the moth within bounds, and I believe most of them are in favour of compelling lazy gardeners to do their share, and not rtrin -their neighbours with themselves. Tt is all bunkum to say poor people want bad fruit. How poor are they when they want fruit cheaper than 40 lb. for.ls. &L, which is the price for the best. Mr.'. Douglas is not in favour of compulsion. I am not so either as' a rule, but in the case of moth, phylloxera, &c., I certainly am. Around Clare there are numbers of deserted vineyards and orchards, har bourers of disease. Why are their owne...
THE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE PLAGUE. The 'steamer Pilbarra, which arrived at Largs Bay late on Thursday, night, had on board two or Giree passengers from Queens land, including Sir Hugh Nelson, President of the Legislative Council of, the Northern State, who is on his way to Western Aus tralia. Owing to tlie plague regulations tie steamer, did not proceed to Port Ade laide, but remained over nightiat.the an: ehorage. She will be boarded by the health authorities this morning.
THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. The members of the sixth contingent who had passed the -medical and riding ijests were taken to the rifle butts on Thursday morning and tested in rifle shooting. They were in charge of Sergeant-major Evans, and the results were fairly satisfactory^ The men .returned to camp, were given their dungarees, and were then dismissed, ? but' were ordered to be in camp at 8 o'clock this morning. They. will then begin the pre parations neeessarytrfor service in South Africa.
THE AUTUMN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE AUTUMN SHOW. The Royal Agricultural Society was again fortunate in having the best of weather 'for the opening of its Autumn Show in the Jubilee Exhibition Buildings and Grounds on Thursday. People began to come m from 1 o'clock, arid soon the crowd assum ed the usual healthy, if uncomfortable, di mensions wJiich assured the success of the exhibition. All the members of the Minis try, 'with the exception of the Minister of Education, who is electioneering, attended, and at the luncheon a short toast-list was heard. The chairman, Mr. W. Gilbert, M.I'., proposed 'The King,' and the l*re mier, Hon. F. W. Holder,- gave 'The Com monwealth.' The response to the latter was made by the Federal Minister for Trade aud Customs, Eight Hon. C. C. Kingston, whose father was for some years president of the lloyal Agricultural Society. Mr. Gilbert's Jrealth wa^ also honoured at the instance of the Chief Secretary, tHon. J. G. Jenkins. Of the show, it may honest ly be said that a better autumn d...
A MINIATURE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
A MINIATURE RAILWAY. There has jnst been dismantled at Wind sor what was, without doubt, the most ex traordinary railway in England. ?' It was designed, constructed and owned by the Rev. H. Lancelot Warneford, of 5, Usbornt terrace. Much to'tlje regret of the towns folk' Mr. Warneford has terminated hjs. eight yeais' ministry in the Royal borough, and, in view of his approaching departure, has destroyed a miniature railway system that was unique in its way. The Jendho Chieago line, as its owner called it. was visited on three occasions by members of the Royal Family staying at the Castle, and to the young Prince Alexander and Princess Ena.ot Battenburg it was a source of un bounded delight, the boy prince in his. se cond visit' manifesting a desire to'control the whole concern. The track was laid in the grounds at the rear of the; parson rail way Tdng's residence. The raised , embank, ment was constructed on scientific princi ples, as, indeed, was every detail, of ., the. system, ev...
COURT AND GENERAL MOURNING. SPONTANEOUS MOURNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
COURT AND GENERAL 'MOURNING. fByNLaura' Alex Smith.] ?SPONTANEOUS MOUENING. It may safely, be affirmed that the mourn ing mta which. England is plunged at the present time has absolutely no. precedent, lor never before has there been such grief real, poignant grief— tor a.' lost sovereign. The outward symbols of woe, sartorial and otherwise; do nothing towards healing the sorrow which death has caused; but there is at least satisfaction in feeling that we have -kme- what we -'can .towards showing our reverence and respect for the memory of her who but yesterday was^Queen. The decree of the Earl Marshal issued from the College of Arms, is for a year's mourning; and, according to the terms of the order, ''it J is expected that all persona upon, the present occasion of the death of her late Majesty, of blessed and glorious memory, do put themselves into the deepest mourn ing. In tihe metropolis, although the gene ral mourning was not supposed to begin until Januiiry -28, there was but ...
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
DfDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Page. | Page. Amusements ? lfl i Miscellaneous Wanted 10 Auctions ? 10 Honey ? 3 Board and Lodging. . 10 Municipal and Dis BusinesBes for Sale or trict Councils . . 2 Wanted ? 10 Offices to Let. ... 2 Business No- Patents and Trade tices ? 1,7 Marks ? 2 Cycles, &c ? 10 Persons Wanted ... 10 Carriers ? 1 Professional ..... I Drapery & Clothing 1,8 Properties for Sale . . 2 Education ? 3 Properties Wanted . . 2 Electoral Notices . . 2 Public Notices ... 2 Funeral Notices ... 2 Publications and Sta Florists & Seedsmen 10 tionery ? 3 Horses, Cattle, Ve- Religious ? 2 hides ? 10 Shipping ...... 1 Hotels & Restaurants 10 Situations Wanted. , 10 Insurance Notices . . 3 Special Advts. ... 4 Legal Notices .... 2 Sporting ? 10 Lost and Found ... 10 Tailors & Outfitters . 1 Machinery ...... 10 Tenders ? ..10 Medical ? L7 To Let ? 2 Merchandise ..... 1 1 Wanted to Buy .... 10 Mining ? 2 1 Wanted to Sell .... 10
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
BAlMffllETmCAf HBADJNfia. . The following table has been eonttroeted tarn otMemtiena recorded 'In. thii office tor ertry dv heura during the last three -days and for this Brno ing. Height above sea level, 117 ft.:— . 8 a.m. f) a-m. S n.m. Q p.m. Tnesday , ? . „ $0.99 80.09 &0.09 9105 Wednesday ? 80.01 30.10 S0.09 80.05 Thursday ? .10.00 30.05 20.82 29.00 Note.— Barometer 39.88, steady., at 2 o'clock this mcalan ckiffi.
WEEKLY CALENDAR. March 10-16. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
WEEKLY CALENDAR. March 10—18. Days of the Sex Moos. Add to ? 1- ? 1 ? Dial . Tr. Mh. Wk. Rhei. Ssts. Rifes. Bats. Time* ; am p.m. p.m. «.m. m. «. 69 10 Su. 8 I1? 8 41 9 7 10 20 2tf 20 70 11 . M. 6 13 6 40 9 4S 11 16 26 4 U li To. 8 11 8 S9 10 83 p.m. 26 18 K 13 W. S 15 8 88 11 25 11 25 8S 73 14 Th. 8 18 6 »8 a,m. | 111 26 16 71 IS F. 0 1« « St 0 20 1 8 88 it 0 7» 16 8. 0 17 B S3 l'l 8 SI '24 U To (ret standard time. ASTRONOMiaU, PHENOMBNA, ? Last qparter of the Moon on March 13, at 10.38 p.m. On March 10, ' Mercury j, iBtlrible; Tenut rbes at 6.0 o_m., Uan tttt at 1.36 a.m., Jupiter rises at 0.S8 a.m., and Siturn iiut at 1.5 a.m.
THE REGISTER ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1901. THE FARMER AND THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
Ik §tpkt ADELAIDE: FREDA V, MARCH S, 190L THE FA1ULEB AND THE TARIFF. Although some protectionists acknowledged that the Australian agriculturists cannot benefit under a federal tariff, restrictionists as a rfcle frequently reiterate the unqualified statement that free trade has ruined the British farmer. The case of the English primary producer is excep tional. In most countries protection for manufacturers is advocated; but in Great Britain the demand for high duties is made chiefly on behalf of the landed interest. The explanation for the contrast is that other countries are in the matter of food supply selfsup porting, or nearly so, while Great Brit ain must import means of subsis tence. Indeed, ,so dependent is she upon outside sources as to have justi fied the estimate that her granaries would at no time meet demands be yond six weeks in advance. More than a third of the total value of British imports consists of articles for the larder, lu considering the effects of a fiscal ...
THE DUCHESS OF YORK. BEAUTIFUL DRESSES. London, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE DUCHESS OF YORK. BEAUTIFUL DRESSES. London, March 7. The dresses and trimmings to be worn by the Duchess of York during her visit to Australasia will be rich and varied in character, and so far as possible will be composed of .British and Irish materials. At the ceremony of opening tbe Com monwealth Parliament Her Royal Highness will be attired in a dress of black brocaded gauze of the 'Prin- cess' shape, with a very long train, and having a border deeply woven with a design in flowers and leaves. She will wear a mantle of black velvet, bordered all round with Cbantilly lace of a beautiful floral pattern let into tbe velvet, which will be cut away be neath the lace and reveal black lisse.
LAKE VIEW CONSOLS RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
LAKE VIEW CONSOLS RETURN. The February return of the Lake View Consols is as follows:— Treated by sulphide plant 2,600 tons for 3,640 oz.; treated. by Diehl plant and fifty bead of stamps for thirty-five days, 6,095 tons for 5,500 oz.; con centrates treated, 180 tons, 2,910 oz.; total, S,695 tons, 12,05'- *«, Mr. George Gray is visiting Kalgoorlie. f