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12 Feb 1913

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Adelaide Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 12, 1913, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia la 907-8 a boat. Floor. Bushels. To Nib. Bushels. Dec 1307 799.302 �,87 294,150 ian., of loft 2.574,896 5,444 272,200 total. 3,374,138 31531 56650 and in 1906-7 " wheat floor. Bushel. Tons. Bushels. Dec 1006 _ 479.s04 5,077 263�0 jan., ifl072,352,033 5,094 290.200 total. 2�1.s42 13 61 553,056 Dairy produce. At the produce auctions on tuesday there was a Good dam to �3 10/ per ton in the Market. Victorian globes. �5 to �5 10/ per ton and Brown Spanish �6 per ton on wharf. Port Ade Laide. , 6d. Per in. Best mixed soft Abells 5 d. Per la. Shelled Almond 1/3. Cheese at auction .-6jd. To 7d. Per in. Matured 9d. Per la. factory ended sides Lod. To id. Per la. Eggs tuesday s Market guaranteed fresh Hen 12 d. Duck 13 d. Butter tuesday s Market Best fac tory and Creamery 12d. To 14 d. Best separators lord. Toll d. Store lines 8d. To 9d. Mcglew & co.,?.? broken. Grenfell it ps90aiu is better crops a be obtained next Harvest by ass 1, my see May bid Maxc tilt to then1 Rte Ronne Rrali-1 ties High Wal and pro nip deliveries. Obder Kow manufactured by _ the Adelaide Chr Acu Feyti userco., Ltd. A gets bight throughout the Coustry. P27salue inter state markets. Melbourne february in , �8 10/.feedstuffs.-bran, �5 5/ to �5 10/ Pollard �5 15/. Barley was steady English malting 4/6 co 4/7 medium to Good. 4/ to 4/5 Cape malting 3/7 to 3/8 pearling 3/5 to 3/6. Oats were firm algerian milling 2/6 to 2/61 feed 2/3 to 2/5i. Maine was Dull and nominally 3/9 to 3/bj. Feas were inactive Duns 4/1 to 4/2. Chaff was steady at �3 12/8 to �4 245. Hay �5 10/ to �6. Straw victorian �1 15/ to �2 5/ tasmanian ,�3 7/6 sex wharf. Market were steady Carmens and Brownell �4 10/ to �5, and occasionally higher pinkeye �4 10/ to �4 15/. Onions were firmer Brown Spanish �4 10/ to �4 15/. Dairy , lid. To 1/. Iga us. To 1� t included about 250 packages of Ceylon All descriptions being in Good demand. A Good parcel of Tref Avenne sardines sold at 3d. Advance. Corn sacks were Dull up to 6/0, beanbags up to 7/3. Sydney february 11. Bread stuffs wheat was firm and unchanged up to 3/6j, sex trucks Sydney for Farmers . Millers were paying 3/7 for prompt wheat. Large business was done in Nour booking being made at 5/ below the associations Price. were unaltered at 7/1, and 50 Isles december shipment sold to Melbourne at 6/m, slings. Business was done in january shipment at 6/3, and february 6/, slings. Woolpack were quiet parcels january shipment sold at 2/3, slings. At Tea auction 900 packages of Javas were submitted All being sold up to 8d. Dairy was unchanged at 96/. Cheese was steady at 6�d. Tor prime loaf. Eggs new Laid were easier at 1/8 a Case. Eggs were firm at 1/4 to 1/6. The Scarcity of Bacon continued and prices were unaltered. wheaten chaff �5 to �5 5/ tasmanian oaten �4 15/ to �5 victorian wheaten �4 15/ to �5 Tasma Nian oaten Straw �3 5/ wheaten �3 10/ victorian oaten �3 wheaten �3 2/6. Market produce victorian Brown Spanish onions were firm at �7 to �8 10/. Potatoes were steady and unchanged. I. Jade Uudo Daisy produce Market messes. A. W. Sandford k cd. Report february u to Day Market was a brisk one All line submitted meeting with Good Competition. But j ten generally sustained the Adrance established in thursday last far factory Creamery. Separators and dairies As also collectors lots and Good stores. The Only lines finding a slow Sale err weather affected Creamery separator and. Dairies. Best factory and Creamery butter Tresh. J in print old at 1. To 1/11 per la. One fancy Brand up to 1/3, Choice separators and dairies bold. To 11 a. Medium Quality lots 8id. To cd. Store and Fouec toys. 8d. To 9d according to Quality and cond Tion. Eggs Ibe Market cod i unties firm and values advanced another halt Penny a Beary catalogue of guaranteed new Laid Hen Ellie at Ian Ner dozen Duck 1/1i. Bee to 4/9 turkeys so to Llyd per lb., live weight far fair to Prima Birds pigeons 6d. To 7jd. Murphy & Malone Ltd reported on february l ii the Cool weather has Given a stimulus to toe consumption of butter and Trade for Choice Quality Baa continued exceptionally brisk. Inform Nawy Many of the consignments Are off l flavor and Sale for such is slow. Choice Stan Dard brands of factory butter Are Selling St from 1/1 to 1/2 second Grade factories from to hid. Separator and diaries from la cd. To 11 i store and mixed dairies from i. To of. Pastry and heated lots Down to l i 8d. Per la. An Active demand from the Eastern states for South australian Quality eggs has re ral ted in advanced figures and the Market closed finn for guaranteed new Laid Hen eggs at 1/1 per Doren Ordinary vol Duck eggs 1/1. I Chene ii Cellin readily and a prompt Sale is made of All arrivals. Factory stocks Are shrinking and a firmer Market prevails. Yew makes Are Selling at 6jd. Per la. Semi matured. From 7jd. To Sid. Matured 10 d. Stock of j South australian cured Bacon Are Light and 1 although heavy consignments co tint to arrive from Melbourne and Sydney the preference shown by the Trade for local brands results in prompt clearance of everything coming in. Prime fac tory cured sides Selling at from 10d. To Llyd. Middles from Lod. To lid. Rolls from sad. To Lod. Barns from old. To 11. Lard is Selling from 6m to 7jd. For bladders and Case lots. Heavy of Honey continue to arrive and quantities Are accumulating. Sale is Skner and the Market is weak at 2d. Per by. Mining news. The managing _ director of the new Medora and Grainger Gold mines paid a visit to the mine on wednesday last and some of the shareholders took the Opportunity of inspecting the company s pro Perty on arrival they found the mine in full swing the machinery and Battery in Good order the Ore going through averaging about 8 dwt. The underground work Ings were inspected and everything found to be satisfactory and every Prospect of a Good return at the next clean up which Captain Rees expects to do about the end of the month. The broken Hill proprietary company has received the following cablegram from the London office dated 6 . On february 10 Silver 2/4 7-16 Lead �17 buyer shares �2 0/0 Boyer Spelter �25 10/ buyer Copper �67 12/6." shake Market. Tuesday evening. Metal quotations. 2/4� Silver 2/4g. �16 10/ Lead �16 17/5. �60 12/6 Copper �67 12v8. �223 10/ tin �224 10/. �25 12/6 Spelter �25 10/. London advised Copper 20/ better Lead 5/ no. Spelter 2/6 lower. In the few bar Rier shares quoted Hills and British eased 3d., norths hardened 9d. The Only change in Westra lians was a Rise of 6d. In South Kal Gurlis in Copper More stocks were quoted but alterations were few. Elliotts and Hampden improver 7 d. And 9d. Respectively while Chi Fladoes eased a Point. On. The local Exchange with a firming in the Metal markets values in Copper and Ilver shares showed a Light improvement but exceedingly Light baseness Only was effected. In investments buyers for South australian 3 per cents advanced to �74 j5/, without Sellers responding. Twenty five South australian Gas were traded at �12 13/, and 50 Bank of Adelaide at �7 7/6 Bank of Adelaide at �7 7/8. Copper Stock fair Exchange was done in Chi Lagoe which eased a Point while mount Lyell Consols further weakened id. Wallaroo were slow at 38/6, which was fld. Higher than previously and Hampden Cloncurry put on v. Improved having quotations were noted for mount Elliott but no business resulted. In Silver stocks Small Exchange was effected in old British which advanced to 46a later to 45/10or 3 d. In Advance of Mon Day s rates. Junction and Junction norths were so go Tiv firmer. South contributing and norths each put on about 1/6. In Gold Light trading was done in associated nor Thern. Commodore Chaffers and Maratoa at slightly enhanced rates. South Kalgard Baker s Creek and perseverance were not of a Kiwas on monday. Several others had Light support at about late rates. I the figure appearing before the names of the various stocks represent uie prices ruling when business closed on monday. Investment stocks. B �73 6/ . 3 per cents., buyer �7 is. S. �98 . 31 per cents., seller �99. Bank of Adelaide �7 7/6, doting seller �7 8/. B. L8" 3 commercial Bank Ordinary buy 17/101, seller 18/3. 98/ National Bank Ordinary buyer 97/, Sel Ler 89/. B. 82/ Victoria buyer 82/, seller 84/. S. 42/ colonial Mutual fire insurance seller 44/. S. 6/1 insurance of Australia buyer 5/, seller 6/3. I b. 0/6 Bagot shakes & Lewis buyer 9/6. B. �6 5/ elder Smith limited buyer �6 6/. A 61/6 executor trustee and Agency buyer64/6. B. 18/ Goldsbrough Kort buyer 43/, seller 44/. F s. 7/2 broken Hill Gas Euer 7/2. S. �12 18/ . Gai �12 18/, closing seller �12 13/. S. �9 16/ Adelaide electric Supply Ordinary seller �9 16/. B. �5 12/ Adelaide electric Supply pre Ferenc buyer �5 12/. B. �6 0/6 Melbourne electric Supply pre Ferenz buyer �6 0/8. 23/ Melbourne electric Supply Ord. Con28/, closing buyer 27/6. Sellar 28/. S. 29/9 Adelaide steam nip buyer 29/3, seller 29/8. S. 42/ Gulf steamship seller 42/. B. 21/6 Huddart Parker preference buyer a . �7 10/ port Dock buyer �7 18/. B. 47/ Union of new zealand buyer 47/. B. 43/3 Melbourne trams buyer 43/3, seller 44/. B. �5 5/ Silverton trams buyer �5 5l b. 11/ lion brewing buyer 11/. B. 41,9 . Brewing paid buyer 41/9. B. 21/ . Brewing co buyer 21/. B. 21/9 broken Ball water buyer 21/9, seller 23/.8. 1/4 australian Marine fibres buyer 1/3, seller 1/3. S. 24/ australian woo4 pipe seller 24/. B. 27/ broken h�1 Globe Timber buyer 27l & 27/ Castle Salt buyer 27/, seller 28/3. S. 22/6 Colton Palmer a Preston limited seller 22/6. B. 20/3 Goode Dun ant preference buyer 20/3, seller 20/6. B. 26/ Dunlop Bobber Ordinary Boyer 28/, seller 27/. B. 9/6 greater j. D. Williams amusement buyer 9/6.b. 22/8 Henry Jones buyer 22/6. B. A raid Brothers limited buyer 21/, Sel Lar 2s/6. " s. 24? Malcolm a a cd limited Boyer 23,0, seller 24/6. J s. 37/ Graves Hill & co., limited seller j 37/. Queensland Pine co seller 16/. I s. 20/6 Standard shoe preference seller 20/6. I b. 1s/10j Swallow t Ariel buyer 38/loi. S. A taxi cab seller a. B. 22/3 Vivian Lewis buyer 22/3. Miscellaneo a b. 35/s amalgamated Zinc buyer s5/, seller. 85/0. J b. Lid Block 14. Torrington buyer 13d. B. 52/ Radium extraction buyer 55/. B. 89/ Zinc corporation preference buyer 89/. I 16ad Zug Corpora Tina ordinary18/, Clos sons Boyer 15/9, seller 16/. I Copper. 1/3 Chi Lagoe. 1/3, 1/2. 1/2, 1/1. 3/3, 1/, i great Fitzroy co buyer 6d., seller Lod. 46/c Hampden Cloncurry ti/6, clo Skut Boyer 47/3, seller 47/0. Mount Elliot Buyar �8. I 23/6 mount Lyell �8/9, closing buyer 23/7j,seller 2�/. 1/1 mount Lyell Consol 3/3, 1/0j, 3/. Mutooro co buyer id. B. 4d. O.k., buyer 4d seller 4 d. 37/9 Wallaroo 38/6, ss/3, closing Bayer 381. Tin. B. 10/ Briseis buyer 10/1$. Silver. 42/ broken Hill buyer 42/s, seller 42. Block 10, buyer 35/, seller 35/6. B. 1o/10s Block 14 preference buyer Mab seller 11/1,. T b. 8/10 Block 14 Ordinary buyer 8a0, seller a 46/6 British old46a 46/, 46/1�, .104, closing buyer 45/9, seller 46/. B. 34/3 British new Buer 3�/s. 6/6 Junction ordinary6/8, closing Inver 6/7, seller 6/3. S. 13/3 Junction norths 33/, 13/3, cos inc. Buyer 13/3. Seller 13/6. B. 44/6 norths 47/, 47/li, dosing buyer 46/0, seller 47/. �7 12/6 souths paid Oyer �7 13/. Seller �7 14/. B. �7 4/ souths ban�7 6/, dosing buyer �7 5/. 2/10 South extended 2/10, closing buyer 2/9 seller to. B. 267 Sulphide corporation Ordinary buyer j6/s, seller 27/. Gold. S. 3/3 great Boulder perseverance 3/, Teang by scr 2/1l 1/10 Hainault buyer 1/11, seller 2/6. B. 11/ Lake View and Oriya exploration buyer 13/. B. 8/s Lake View and Star buyer 3/4, seller 8/5. Of North Kal Gurli 1/, dosing Toyer hid., Salier 1/. S. 1/7 Oriya links 1/5. Doon seller 1/7. 10/9 South Kal Gurli 10/9. 10/71, 10/, 10/7closing buyer 10/7�, seller 10/9. S. Hid Star exploration lid. So 5/�i associated Boyar Tea. Euer fi/6. I 06/3 associated Northern 16/3, 16/4�, 16/3, Clewing buyer 16/11, seller 16/4j. 1/3 Baker s Creek 1/2, dosing buyer 1/1. Seller 1/3. 16/1j Bullfinch prop Starr w11, dosing Boverm. Lier 16 to. In i Bulla Gold estate coi Boyer 4/7, seller 4/70. 1/44 Chaffers 1/5, closing Boyer 1ft. Truer 1/51. S. 3 4 comm dose 3/4, losing Boyer 8/4, Seler 3 4j. F3l/1 Edna May Borer 23 /6. Seller 31/6. Is. 20 Toldea Butterfly paid buyer 1/h, Al. 1er 2/. 1/6 Colden Butterfly con1/6, dosing Boyer 1/6, �1er 1/7. I s. 7 a Golden pole 5 d. 4/11 Golden Ridge buyer 4/h, Oher 4/10. I 3. 12 great Boulder 12/3, closing buyer 13 11, seller 12/3. Loid Greenfinch paid seller 1/l & 29/ Kiyarra buyer 26/6, seller 29v. Is. 6d._ Laptop s Gold mines paid buyer 36, Cut 7d. 6/3 Maratoa 6/6, 6/7, Cloe Irig buyer 6/6. Hid Marvel Loch buyer 1/. Seller 1/1. Cd 3d. Princess Royal buyer 3d. Sweet William Inver 9a, seller pm. S. 7d. Tarcola blocks seller 74. S. Stock and share brokers. A bib Street. Adelaide. My Pitt Street Sydney. Taa Ward & co Melbourne p230� Alfred Williams Stock and Shabeeb Bokko 48, Brookman s building Kember of the Stock Exchange of Adelaide. Thong 3,570. F2ucu.&l Date restate markets. Sydney february h. The following Exchange sales were made to Day commercial Bank Sydney �25 10/ new zealand insurance �5 4/ australian Gas �10 13/9 colonial sugar �43, �43 2/6 j. D. Williams 10/3, 10/10a Goldsbrough Mort 43/74 australian Wood pipes 24/ Hampden 47/6, 47/3 mount Morgan 62/6, 63/ Wallaroo 38/. 38/3 Grafton 12/6 Chi Lagoe 1/14 mount Elliott �8 3/ mount oxides �47 mount oxides forward�47 16/ proprietary 42/ South con�7 5/, �7 6/ Junction ordinary6/7$, 6/8, 6/7� Junction pre ference7/10 British old46/ Junction North 13/6 Kal Gurli South 11/ Carpa Thia. 10/6 Tong Kah compound 67/6 Tong Kah Harbor 36/ vegetable Creek 7�d. Melbourne february 11. The following Exchange sales were made to Day National Bank ordinary99/ , 5/3, 5/2 Castlemaine brewery 11/ Melbourne Tram 4/ port Swettenham 23/9, 23/0 Northcote Brick 15/6 com Mercial Bank 18/ greater Williams 10/1, 10/3 amalgamated Zinc 35/9, 35/41, 35/6 British old45/9 proprietary 42/3 Junction North 13/7, 13/3 Chi Lagoe 1/2, 1/1 Hampden 47/3. 47/, 47ai mount Lyell 23/6 mount Morgan 63/ mount oxide �46 10/ Briseis 10/4 Tingha con., pref2/1, 2/2 Tong Kah Harbor 36/ Tong Kah compound 67/ Pioneer 22/3 Edna May 30/9, 30/ Bullfinch proprietary id. Messes. S. C. Ward As co. Have applied us with the following Melbourne quotations dated february h morning Malea mated Zini 35/6 buyer. 36/9 seller British eld. 46/6 buyer broken Hills 43/3 buyer. 42/6 seller 6outh- paid�7 13/ buyer �7 18/ seller Junction North 13/6 buyer 13/7� seller . North 45/ buyer Chil Laeone. 1,1 buyer 1/2 seller Hampden Cloncurry. 47/3 buyer. 47/6 seller. 47/8 Nies mount Lyell 23/3 buyer. 23/9 seller mount Morgan 62,6 buyer Bullfinch proprietary. 15/8 buyer Edna May 30/ buyer gom Brough. Mort. 43/ buyer 43/6 seller insurance of Australia. 5/3 buyer 5/4 seller Mel. Bourn Trama. 43 9 buyer 14/ seller so Merura trams. �5 buyer Henry Janes 23/0 buyer 24/ seller Huddart. Porker ordinary24/li buyer. 24/44 seller Melbourne electric ordinary27/b buyer commercial Bank ordinary18/3 buyer 38/6 seller Royal Bank 24/6 buyer 25/ seller Victoria Bank Ordinary. 80/ buyer 51/ seller metropolitan Gas. �9 seller Swettenham. 23 buyer. 251 seller Swallow & Ariell 3d/2buver Wunderlich Ordinary. 26/9 buyer 26/3 seller Ajax Central js/3 buyer 2s/6 Sellae Cath cart Central. 58/0 buyer. 67/3 seller North Ajax i 3/a seller new Langi Logon. 23/41 buyer 23/71 Fetler North nuggets Ajax. 19/ buyer nuggets Trafalgar 9d. Buyer Lod. Seller Olive branches 1/3 buyer. 1/4 seller we Lam Tell 3/ buyer Oattie Rine rears. 11/6 seller Golden age 8/ buyer 8/ her Hustler s reef 1/9 buyer great South Ern Consols. 3/9 buyer. Is seller. Noon Mel Bourne Tram h sales Silverton trams �6 6/ buyers 6 seller British fold45/6 buyer 46/ Salier Huls. C1 buyer 42/6 seller South �7 4/ buyer. �7 seller Junction North. 13/4�. Buyer 13fs seller . North. .46/ buyer. 47/ seller Chi Lagoe. Rel buyer. 1/2 Lier Hampden. To buyer. 47 Riler Lyell 2"/6 sales Briseis. Jo/3 buyer w6 seller. Bornite s Hill 11 ,"3 seller. Tonga i compound 67 buyer 678 seller Edna War. 80/ buyer 3016 seller. Afternoon holds Tough. Wort 48 s buyer. 43/6 seller insurance of Australla. 5/s buyer. Is seller Silverton trams. A buyer John Sharp. 19/toj seller amalgamated Zinc. 35/6 sales Rowe Tottenham. 23/6 ales Wynde Ralrh Oral Nar Fri a buyer 26/ Sel 1er Brifil hold467 buyer. 46/ seller South a. �7 4 "6 Boyer. �7 6 seller sooth paid �7 13/ buyer. �7 1/ seller Junction North ib/4 Inver 1 a seller Hampden cd Corry 461� Inver 47 seller mount Lyells 23/6 buyer. 23 her Elliott �8 buyer Edna May so sales Marvel Loch. 94. Buyer lid. Seller. Veera s. O. Ward k concave rms flirt to with the following Sydney quotations dated february 11 morning Chita roes 1/9 Inver. 1/1 sel1er Hampden Lotic Norv. 47/4 Huver 4t/7� Sel 1er. 47/6 Rales mount Elliotts �8 Buye mount Lyells. 28/3 Baver Morrot Morgan 68/6 Trier 62/9 Salier. 6?/6 sales Wallaroo. 38/ Inver. Is 6seller rat sales a oort Cath brits. 10/ buyer 10 6 seller brisk 10/ buyer 10/6 seller Amalga. Mated 7jnc, 35/ Burer old Brish 45/3 buyer 45/9 Rel or broken Hills 41/6 buyer. 42/ Setler Junction Ordinary. 6 6 Inver. 6/7 seller Jone. Tion preference. 7/6 Birrer. 7/10 seller Junction norths. 1s/11 Buver 13/3 Sens nth paid?7 12/ buyer. �7 in. Seller South con�7 is Iran �7 5/6 per. �7 5/ Rales. Noon in 3 Lares 1/1 Inver. 1/2 seller Hampden Cloncurry 47/s buyer. 47 6 seller 47 6 Isles or tent Elliotts. 62/ Boyer a Larose 88/3 buyer Briseis. 10/1 Inver vegetable creeks 6d. Buver 8d. Seller old British. 46/ Burer. 46/3 seller 4/ sales broken Hills 43 buyer. 42/6 Seter Junction Ordinary. 6/8 sales Junction North 13/4$ buyer. 13/6 seller . Norths. 46/Buver. 47/ Sel Ler South paint�7 12/6 Buver. �7 14/6 Lier South cop�7 6/ faces Sulphide Ordinary. I 26/ buyer 29/9 seller Zinc Ordinary. 16/ prayer australian Bank of Commerce 10/3 buyer 10/9 seller . Deposit 15/ buyer. 15/3 seller Howard Smith ordinary54/ buyer Sydney fer Ries. 89/9 buyer 41/3 idler insurance of Australia 5a buyer 5/2 seller tooth brewery 54/3 buyer 55/ seller aerated bread company 13/ buyer 18/6 Salier australian drug company 24/ Bover. 26/ seller Bowron bros., 11/ buyer Burns Philp & co., 32/ sales Dalgety & co., �6 7/6 seller Goldsbrough Mort 48/6 buyer 44/ seller j. D. Williams 10/3 buyer 10/6 seller colonial sugars �43 Siles. Afternoon Chi Lagoe 1/1 buyer 1/2 seller Hampden 47/3 buyer 47/6 seller Lyells 23/8 buyer 23/9 celer morgans 63/8 buyer Wallaroo. 33/3 sales British. 46/ Smyer Hills 42/ buyer 42/6 seller Block ten 86 3 buyer 36/9 seller. Junctions 6/7 buyer 6/9 seller Junction preference7/10 sales Junction norths is/41 buyer 13/6 seller norths. 46/6 buyer. 47/ Teller 47/ sales South paid�7 32/ buyer �7 14/6 seller South con�7 5/ buyer �7 6/ Sellar Sulphide ordinary26/ Boyer 28/0 seller Zinc ordinary16/3 seller. Harasts. S. C Ward & co. Have supplied the Fol lowing Bendigo quotations dated february 11 Carlisles 12/9 Bayer 13/6 Salier Central bed White and blues 65/ buyer 75/ seller a Aresee i United by buyer Golden Ages. 7/3 buyer 9/ so i 1er Hustler s beef. 2/1 buyer 2/8 seller Princess Dagmar 4/3 buyer 4/5 seller company 4/2 buyer Unity company 1/9 buyer. 3/ seller 1 United hustlers and Sedan 4/4 buyer Windmill Hills 6/9 buyer. 7/1 Adler new chum Goldfields 3/8 buyer. 4/4 seller. The London Market. Messes. S. C Ward & co. Have supplied us with the. Folio Wing quotation dated february 10 broken Hills Middle 41/8 broken his norths Middle 45/ Block 10. Middle 3s/6 British old Middle 46,6 mount Elliotts i Middle �8 1/s great Coben Middle 78/9. Mount morgans Middle 62/6 Briseis Middle 10,6 Chi Lagoe Middle 3/3 Mungen Middle. By. Hampden Cloncurry. Middle 47/3 mount Lyells Middle 28/3 South Kal Gurlie Middle 33/s associated Middle 7/9 associated nor thorns Middle 16,6 perseverance Middle 3/3 South paid buyer �7 30/ Zinc Ordinary buyer. 15/8. The Chi Lagoe company. Melbourne february to the Chi Lagoe company reports for the week ended i Ehr uary 8 Ein Sleigh mine Shaft sunk 6 Al total. 05 it from plat. Stopping no. 2, 8, and 4 Levels Ore assays 4.s, 5.5, and 5j. Respectively. Ore raised 500 tons overage 5 per cent. Muldia eclipse lower tuned stopping As usual East off Winze no. 4 end East of Winze no. 2. West drive from Winze no. 5 stopped owing to heavy water. Peisley bavi terminated con tract on account of mow Progress and put on wages men. No Ore shipped for week. Train Load will arrive from moist Lucy to Day. Blame Ranir-73 tons shipped for week. Union mine High Trade Ore in Footwall proved for soft. I a 4 level East end risen 13 it Width 60 in. 1 average Assur value Gold 2 of. 16 dwt. Silver 3 or 10 dwt. Eoj per 5 per cent. Five tons from Stone near Shaft no. 4 level averaged Gobi 5silver 14 oz., and Copper l61 per cent. J Chi Lagoe reconstruction. An official Drc ular has been issued to the shareholders of the Chi Lagoe company calling attention to a general meeting to be had in j Melbourne next week to Deal with the question i of reconstructing the company. The Secretary s circular Points out that in order to do this the present company must be wound up. Sad resolutions pared giving authority for the whole of its property to be handed Over to the Bow com Pany which will Issue stores to the old company for distribution among its shareholders and others. The directors Are of the opinion that the reconstruction is necessary and desirable. In the meantime writes the Secretary i have been requested to say that the Queensland govern ment after severe tests As to the Quality and close examination As to the extent of the Coal obtained the Sanction of parliament late last Yeal for a railway to connect the company s Chi Lagoe railway with the mount Mulligan Coalfield and the directors have been informed that the work of constructing the new railway will be commenced in March next and pushed to completion i pm As Little delay As Post Oil in Ioe Evelind tie Law is that Cassal construction May no be i commenced for tire months from � e Date of the j 1 act bul the government recognising the urgency and importance this line has lost no tune a putting an efficient puff to work in preparation i for construction and it has been engaged on this j work Ance january 1_ the mount Muligan Rai. Way will be of lae same gauge and will join the company s railway at what will be known j As Coalfield Junction. About is Miles do in the. J line from Makeeba. 6o that All traffic to and Soo i the Coalfield must pass Over the Eom Paay s Erway i i the new railway will be about 30 in los in length. I it will be a government line and favourable terms i for the conveyance Over it of Cote and Cool and i for the Supply of Coal for a term of years to the railway conjra&4cner, have already been a i j ranged by the directors. In order to secure the i great benefits a railway to the company s Coli lands is desired to bestow on the company and on the wide territory within the sphere o its operations it is necessary to Immes Daiely prepare j and equip the armes with a suitable Plant for the economical production of Coal and the manufacture of cake in the quantities Likely to be required. It is expected that tie railway will be through to the Coal mines and ready to handle freights within a year and it is very desirable and in portent that the preparation and equipment referred to should be completed and in readiness to afford the Rean ired output As soon As the rail Way is available. Since the passage of the mount Mulligan railway act late in december the directors have made the Best use they could of the Short time at their disposal in preparing for this. Surveys necessary to afford data for an estimate of the probable Cost of the work have been made and estimates obtained and the directors have personally in consultation with their London and Melbourne financial advisers Given much consideration As to be Best Means of pro Viding for the outlay involved the result is that they Are compelled to inform you that they Cau see no other course open to them than a application to shareholders for fresh capital sufficient for the purpose referred to and to place tile company m a safer financial Posi Tion than it has Oce pied for some time past. The 6tep indicated is imperative while it is consider cd fully justified As a business proposal. It is now taken entirely in the interests of share holders. The highly satisfactory developments at mount Mullion and the Early construction of a railway to tee Coalfield Are regarded by the directors and May be accepted by the shareholders a the Mest important event in the history of t the Coin puny Enterprise. Hitherto that enter prise has been to a Greet extent strangled by the Etc Shive Cost of fuel particularly of Coke while recently the Cost of this was greatly enhanced and operations seriously impeded Throat the die acuity. Amounting to impossibility of obtaining regular and full supplies. The effect of this financially was severely Felt the reduction works were kept going Ai o. Less the alternative being a con plate suspension of operations. As a consequence the realisation of Hope expressed at tie last Awigal meeting that tie legacy of the costly Floc is and fire of the previous year Bank Odd Raree of Over �80.000-? would be wiped out during the current year was made impossible. The arout nos been brought Down but nothing like the extent it might Hare been had it not been fer this Ecke the principal assets of the Orr any Are set Dawn As Fallows j. The Chi Lagoe railway capitalised at 5 per cent on the average annual net earnings of the last five years �1,200,000. 2. The Etheridge rail Woy. Taken at certified Cost of construction a valuation whih the directors believe is fully justified by tic volume of traffic on the line when considered in conjunction with the terms of Pur chore and other conditions of the Etheridge rail Way act�450,000. 3. The Ein Sleigh Copper mine and Sinnott Cost a valuation justified in the opinion of the directors by intrinsic value and the reported results of development work Shorce the mine was acquired�113,000. 4. The Mctall Urgia works say �75,000. These make a total of �1.s3s,000 for these four principal assets Only. 1/ from to s total the amount of the principal ont standing liabilities which will be enumerated in the prospectus �9h,653, including Bank Advance at Call �52,890. Is de ducted the appear at surplus remaining in favor of the company is Over �027,000. To this Large the director consider it would not be extra Eive to Odd at least �500.000 for the old com Nany e mount Mulligan interests As the value of those interests capitalised in the same Way As the Chi Lagoe railway has been and on the Basia Only of the anticipated annual saying in the com. Pants own business would exceed �5500,000. The amount of fresh capital which will be asked for is so Fiji. Egnal to 3/ per share. Zeigler s mine. At the meeting of the Adelaide Enterprise Syndicate last week it was decided to allow the manager or. Zeigler to spend a month or six weeks at the Zeigler s Minc Parker s Hange in the Hope of rucking no the Rich Eton. The Southern Cross times writing on january 25, fated for some time Werk has been confined to driving and crosscutting at vie 155-ft. Level. At Etc South end the reef a somewhat disturbed through a Large Dyke. A crosscut is being run in West from the South derive and the present fare of tin crosscut is through the Dyke and into what is termed the Green tone. Or. W. 0. Rowe he manager thinks that at any moment he May now pick up the continuance of the reef North waa thrown out of its course. V in the,.North drive at a distance of about 60 it. A new body of Stone has been met with coming in on the East or Toor Wai Side but the manager is hardly yet in a petition to determine whether it is me of the Ronny parallel reefs known to exist on the shows coarse Gold throughout. Or. Rowe thinks that in All probability the new development May be Wratic cd with the so Root that wa9 struck in the or Cut West at the is it. Level where Tel i ride in a Fine form was discovered assaying Over 6s of. The full Width of the body now met with cannot be arrived at until the East Side of the drive is Stripp the manager Jan Asod with the discovery. More. So on account of its being a the a to the water level.-. The whole to r so far As expose Strong an-1 per manent pea race. Arid the Yallee an Ai present Jairt on to. It is the manager s intention to sink a Winze on the shoot after reaching the main Footwall the idea being to test the body Bilow water level. If satisfactory at tint Point it will give a great fillip to Ehe properties in the in mediate broken Hill water Supply. The directors of the broken Hill water Supply company in their forty fifth half yearly report to lace inner 31 last state the profit for the half year amounted to �32,411, to which Tes to be added the Alance brought Forward from last half Var. Namely. �28m1, making a total of �56,575. From this amount has to be deducted �30,000 for the 75th anal 76th Dame is of 1/6 per share Caa Roe w. T. Bowden v. W. Cox j. Ruttley . An Derson v. C. E. Milford Adelaide co operative v. G. Bailey l Taylor .v., m. Quinn. 0. Mcdonald k co. A. C d. Hill w. Lomman v. Or. Wyatt Standard drug v. J. A. Maywald l. Sales v. C. Hammerstein w. H. Williams v. . Parkinson Huldana Ltd., v. W. J. Biggs s. A. Bluston v. S. James h. Allchurch v. A. J. Johns welter k Morris v. Mrs. K. Mackie e. Koch v. J. G. Hill Myers & co. V. H. Leilly. F. Hunt v. Al Reynard. S. Gilben and sons v. A Marra c. M. Muirhead v. F. Stuart c. M. Muirhead v. Miss a. Burmeister c. Walters k sons v. A. C. King j. Doherty v. W. Evans j. Davidge v. L. Rowe Angus and Gosling v. A. D. Woolley h. Macdonald v. E. J. Van Nierop j. Luxton v. C. �. Mat Tison Lloyd Borok v. Mrs. Rowe a. Walton and v. V. H. Keiselbach g. J. Plenty v. W. Tunbridge. A. Macro k sons v. Mrs. E. G. Cooke. D. Beh k co. V. J. 6. Aware. W. E. Alexander v. B. Redgrave w. J. O Brien v. N. Watson Bright & Bright v. G. Halliday import company v. Mrs. W. Nettlebeck Empire motor v. L j. Mitchell r. W. Pat Fnu k sons a c Bott Myers k co. V. Mrs. Collis Myers and co. V. Mrs. A Collaton Myers & co. V. 0. Long Myers k co. V. Mrs. A. Challinger m. B. Wilson v. L. Lodge. C c. Belcher v. Miss 0"dea, j. F. Porter v. Or. Williams w. Richards v. J. T. Walton. D. Bdl k co. V. E. A. We Nidd Lloyd Brook v. T. W. Forbes a. E. Virgo v. W. R. Patterson b. Burden v. Or. Gwatkin. Angus & Gosling v. J. H. Mills t. B. Percival v. W. Butler. T. B. Percival v. Mrs. M. M. Gray. Police Cote by Adelaide. Tuesday february 33. Before or. T. Gepp. . Florence Warner pleaded guilty to a charge of having loitered in Arcade Lane on monday night for a unlawful purpose. Fined �2 10/. Con stable Hicks gave evidence of arrest Laura Smith also admitted a similar offence in Grenfell Street and was fined �2 10/. Constable Turner supported the charge. Alexander Thomas Small was charged with hav ing driven a motor car at a greater rate than six Miles an hour Over the intersection of Rundle Hindley and King William streets on february 3. He pleaded guilty. Senior Constable Bennett said the defendant s can trav led at Over 20 Miles an hour. A Fine of �1, with 35/ costs was Daniel p. Sullivan was charged of the info i mation of William h. Birdseye Licensee of the squatter s Amis hotel Theberton with having i used nude print language in his bar room on february 4. Or. W. J. Denny prosecuted and or. E. H. Lathlean defended. A find of �2, with �2 1/ costs was imposed. The Masc in which Herbert William Thomas of Walkerville. Was sued by Albert Trott a Journeyman Baker for �10 2/2 overtime alleged to be due was resumed. Or. F. V. Smith appeared for Ibe complainant Ead or. R. H. Lath lean for he defendant the plaintiff s evidence Wes to the effect that he was engaged it �3 7/6 per week. Between november 24 and january11 he worked 347 Bones overtime for which he had not been paid. To evidence for the defence waa that the plaintiff was employed at �3 per week and received 7/6 per week extra for four hours overtime. A verdict was Given far �4 5/3, with �3 17/ costs. Matt suates court Woodside. Monday february 10. Before messes. A. P. Keddie and c. W. Fowler Andrew Bell was charged on the information of mounted Constable Jones with being drunk in a Public pee and being present on a Licensee premises during prohibited hours. The accused pleaded guilty to both offences and wa6 fined 10/ i on the former and �2 for the latter reduced to �1 and 35/ costs. The watch of the . Warranted & years. Post free. F. Basse & co 95 and m bundle Street. Adelaide _ Paslo a action weeks rosters made a speciality St � the advertise general print Pio office Send enies tar Natte and and neb. Leor news. The i to. 3fr. W. J. Dunstan president of the . A expected to return to Ade Laide to Day. Ile has been m Sydney Tor. Some time on . Business. Government general workers j following on a Pencial meeting of the govern nent general workers Union held at the trades Hall on saturday even ing when a report on the management of toe organisation was received and adopted a special meeting took place on monday evening when or. C. B. Gaston was financial Secretary and or. J. �. S. Olifent correspondence Secretary. The report referring to officers Recom-1 mended that a Fidelity guarantee to ure value of �100 be negotiated by the association on behalf of the principal financial the secretarial duties be subdivided forthwith and at j dotted As part time offices to members of the association As follows a. Finan-1 dal Secretary who shall be responsible for i the conduct of All association business con j nested with finance. By a Correspon-1 Dence Secretary who Snail compile and maintain All records conduct All correspondence and supervise the general Busi Ness of the association c that a Bonus be paid to each Secretary at the rate of �1 per week or �32 per annul. D that the appointments be temporary on account of the experimental nature of the arrangement. Any alteration of this arrangement to be de4fied during to month of june 1913." preference to Ilell oxus opposed. The Commonwealth arbitration court has Power to Grant preference to unionists a provision which is Opo de by the Independent workers association. At a meeting of the Industrial Council of the association held a Melbourne a few Days ago the follow run motion was car ried that this meeting of the victorian Independent Industrial Council represent ing organised Independent workers views with grave disapproval and alarm the extreme partisan aul unjust clause in the Federal conciliation and arbitration act allowing the court Power to victimised thou Sands of Australia. Workers by granting in its a id prone acc of employment to certain restricted trades unions and associations to the detriment and exclusion of other similar , As being in fit to the Best and accepted principles of British ustice and Freedom. And that this meeting Phi ifs its intention of organising a Munstis r Public protest by Peti Tion or other Means to be deeded upon Rita a View to Tibe repeal of such Blansc implement makers. For Many weeks the implement making Industry m South Australia has been Dull. The chief reason is the shortage of order a Serjent upon the duller prospects of Harvest ast Spring. The Trade is some what better in Victoria apparently. The Melbourne Herald stated on monday that work was exceedingly brisk at Che Sunshine Harvester works As was evident i by a reply which the Secretary of the Federated implement and lion workers a is Clatk a has received. Or. Hugh v. Mckay was communicate in a style. Callos. Price. A_9 " _ �3 Vul b.-15. _ �4 a _�4 15/ 1. 20 ,. _�6 16/ 2. 28 Al 3. A _�1010/ i._67 _�14�/ 5-106 _ �20 a. W. Dobbie & co., Ltd. Mif no agents. Business houses addresses and Telephone numbers. Tet one so. Central aerated Waters Ard cordials a Bau. & sons Norwood bake St eld Ridge s bread factory 2 309 breweries Macclesfield brewery. 04 bios fam Ken it. .1183 consulting opticians e. O. Murrell Optaciana Gawker pm 2046 drapers e the people s stores gouger St. 725 electrical engineers Gerard k Goodman Ltd. 160, Pirie St 2 3 6 3 hairdressers. Tobacconists Charlton a sons. 78. King , 2 787 Lime merchants Miller s Limp. Limited. Weymouth at. �59 Locksmith. T. Nelson. 91. Geniar puce ,. 43 54 Kib winery Hospital Glengarry if Kent town.17 70 midwifery and nursing Home Stanmore Medbourne Street . 14 61 nursing Homes Bent. Bamaru-St., 5-a. 1c27 private Hospital. Miss hand Hott-st4 2 93 undertakers and funeral directors. Frank j. Grab kit. 47-9. A Tofield St. 41 veterinary surgeon w. Al Harvey Rose pork.4.01 Wood Turners vy1m�y & Spencer. Flinders Street 1112 Central 15 the number you want if Yon axe seeking a Good thing in the piano line. Yon Wau get All required information relating thigh Grade pianos or Estey organs i in Xis trip Kuhn us p32ceuc rights of Man. To the editor. Sir or. Nesbit might Hare Mads his reply to or. Saunders stronger had he shown that in his onslaught on the theory of natural rights he was merely re-1 Rex during the Well known argument of t. H. Huxley in his controversy with Henry George. There Are no such things As natural rights. No Man has a natural Righi even to his life and he cannot therefore have a natural right co the chief Means whereby he lives viz., the land. George s Blunder a not unlike the Der which every newspaper every Book and every dictionary makes in the use of unnatural applied to some object or occurrence. Thus we have a natural conduct unnatural offence Etc., where As if any occurrence were unnatural nature would not allow ii. The True meaning of unnatural is impossible and a person charged with an unnatural offence is a person charged with an impossible offence. A Parent who. Flogs his child to death is not More unnatural than a Parent who brings him up As a god fearing citizen. Hart Huxley opposed this popular use of the word unnatural he. Would have shown More clearly Why there a. Be no natural rights be cause he would Bave shown that nature Recognises no right or wrong. I a. Header f the weather map. In the above map the isobars or lines of equal barometric pit same Are Tri own the values being indicated by the figures at the end of each line. Direction of the wind is shown by arrows flying with the wind Light to moderate Breeza 1 ? fresh to Strong ? heavy Itale j a a o represent Calm. The state of the is shown by the letters 3 smooth Moderator rough r very rough. X indicates rain has South Aust Aba issued at 9 ., tuesday -7uiv get of and Cloudy in the North with scattered thunderstorms othe wis Fine with rising temperatures. Sou to East to North East winds. Barometer and thermometer by dings. Ibb advertiser barometer. A Dar t9a.m 30.07 30.10 � 1 Saie so.2e8o.i9 80.18j80.0o 3ai630.07 toe barometer readings above Ore corrected to level Calendar february 32. Sun rises at 5.60 am. Sets 7.11 . Moon rises at 13.0 am. Sets 10.1 no. Meteorologist s report. The Observatory tuesday 9 . Fine weather again prevailed throughout the state to Day. With somewhat higher temperature. In the City the thermometer Rose from a minimum of ?b.7 to a maximum of 8s.s, whilst at Snow town and broken Hill maximum temperatures of 02 and 90 degrees were recorded respectively. Further rain was reported this morning Over the Southern portions of the territory extending As far South As Ood Nadatta 24 Point Sand warring 6 Points. The weather Chart shows a Well defined Monsoon Over Central Australia and this system has been responsible for Good rain Over Queensland especially the. Inland Western District for Leland re cording s3 Points while Urand Angie had 330 Points. The Large Anticyclone which Bas been Ehnot cd by several smaller highs which Are Drifting along the Southern Ocean still Dom states the weather conditions in Seuth Australia Vic Toria and Tasmania but the Advent of the Inland Monsoon win produce rising temperature Over this St str. And under its influences unsettled sultry and Thunder weather condition of Are Likely Over on no them oreos. Meteorological notes. Synopsis. Weather conditions at 9 . Throughout the Commonwealth. Western on the South West and South coasts chiefly Clear or scattered Clouds elsewhere. South East to North East winds. No rainfall record South to Dull in far North and on coast elsewhere Clear or scattered Cloud South to East wind. Light to moderate rain has fallen Between Ood Nadatta and Powell s Creek. New South to Dull along a coast and tablelands with showers at places otherwise Cleat or scattered Clouds. South West to South East winds. Light to moderate rain re corded at scattered places in the North East and general along the coast with some heavy Falls m the North. Byron Bay 263 Points. to Dull South of the Range i dear or scattered Clouds elsewhere. South to South East winds. Very Light rain recorded at s few coastal stations. and Clear or scattered Clouds throughout. Calms and variable winns. Zeehan 1 Point Only rainfall. Forecasts. For the 24 hours ending february is 8 Ajna supplied by or. H. A. Hunt Commonwealth meteorologist Western Fine and warm to hot with North East winds chiefly. and unsettled with general ram. Associated with thunderstorms chiefly North of Tropic Ana South cast to North East winds. New South Wales More rain on the coast Soma heavy Falls chiefly in the North scattered Shower with some Thunder along Northern Border districts extending southwards later elsewhere Biak warm temperatures to South East winds , Cool to moderate temperatures and South East winds sultry later in Northera districts. Tasmania Tine and Cool with South East winds. Ocean forecasts. V smooth to moderate seas Strong local blows Isa. Interior of que Slind. Tafb Rometer readings february 13. Al 3 . In the Sun. M6.0. In the Shade. S3-s. Iter Nrman. 50.7. Rainfall. Re fallowing is the rainfall Ter the 3i Bona ended 8.30 a. On tuesday. February Lli-nor��2 be act to it b of 0-fb Barrow a a t17 Chatlotte Waters. 0.11 far scion co Nadatta a warring 0.27 Adelaide Bank fail. Amate Simal for 74 years 23.01. Average rainfall for 7 years from 1st Jamar to end of february 1 it total rainfall from 1st january. 1013, to Dahl total far Corres Bodib period of 1�12, 0.s8. Tides at the semaphore. Wednesday february 12.-High, water &50 . Low i Aiex 12& bin houses ii treated. In a deplorable tondmon.1 a dryer Rosec toted. While motoring to mount lofty on a. Evening of february 3 the Secretary of Tho society for the prevention of cruelty to animals mrs. O Leary noticed a men driving some horses which showed Mana of Ali treatment. Sie alighted from tha motor and spoke to the Driver f. Coven try. As a result of her examination of the animals Coventry appeared in the Ade Laide police court on tuesday charged on the information of Victor Martin in Spector for the society with having As Mountain hut used a Bay horse which waa in e poor condition and unable without suffering to draw its Load. It Wasi Al alleged a the info rotation that the horse had a sore on its Back and about 20 whip Marka. He pleaded not guilty. Or. A l. Gordon appeared for the prosecution. Mrs. O Leary said she asked Coventry How Long be bad thrashed the animal but the defendant did not reply. She asked him if he was not ashamed of himself and1 he said. I did t do All the thrashing a Man in a trolly asked what the Man s mine was he replied be did know. The defendant said the horse was bad tempered and the witness remarked you mean it is so weak and ill cannot pull this big she asked Hin where to had come from and he said from mount Barker. Surely you Are not go ing to take these unfortunate horses to mount Barker to night she asked and he answered that he was going to Stop at Stiring West on being asked at which place at Stirling he was going to put up at he did not answer. Sue then Pointer out the sore on the Withers of the Bay horse. Or Gordon describe the condition Oil the near Side horse. The witness said it was in a very Pooe condition. It had a sore behind tha Withers and looked very tired like horses did when they had not been attended to for a Long period. There were Between 20 and 30 whip Marks on its body. Was that horse fit for tee it was unfit. What was the Load the trolly a loaded with boxes of nut and other heavy articles. � John w. Bakewell said the near Wheeler appeared to have been heavily thrashed. The animal was unfit for be but its condition was not so bed As that of the off Side horse. The Load was too heavy altogether for such miserable specimens. The defendant said the horses wore a Light but were Able to pull the Load. Oner was bad tempered and had thrown itself in the dust just before mrs. O Leary arrived on the scene. The . To the defendant do you knew that Drivers can ill treat horses just As much by using them when they Aro weak As when they have sore shoulders or Are lame the treatment is Jost As bad if not Woree. Some of the poor Crea Tures which Are driven about the streets Are really unfit for work and h pains Ona to see them trying to do their Best. You will be fined �1 with �2 1/ costs. Coventry was also charged with having used a Black horse which was unfit Foo work. He denied the charge. Or. Gordon Thi is the worst Case of the two. Mrs. O Leary said her attention was a treated by the most deplorable condition of the off Wheeler As Sale passed in her motor. It is one of tile worst cases i have Ever seen she continued. The horse was smothered from head to Tail with Wales there was so Many that i could not even count them. They were on both sides and on the legs. The animal jihad been Down and was covered with dust. I ran my hand Over it and raid feel Tho lumps while in a number of places thera was blood. I caught hold of the Throat strap but it was so tight that i could scarcely get my fingers under it. Urthia horse was one mass of whip Marks and i cannot imagine How it was not killed. It was a very Little thing and Hung it 4 head right Down and it looked absolutely wearied. Tho defendant said it was bad tempered. Ids whip had a Long handle and was made of heavy leather with two knots tied at the end of it. The defendant said most of the Marks were made by an other Man and i Eaid and you stood there and saw him do it when he started the horses again they moved the Load with.,. The utmost difficulty.". Or. Bakewell characterised the horse ? in question As a Skeleton. It was ab60-, lately covered with whip Marks. T the defendant said the horse would not try to pull the Load. " t a similar Fine As in the last Case waa imposed the total amount being �6 2/

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