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Adelaide Register (Newspaper) - July 19, 1905, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia shipping. Cape is 0 . Ship arde Craig. Pacing nov and or port Spiric. Weather wind sooth licht eel smooth. Semaphore. Wednesday july 10. Low water Niffin water 4.w Time Ball. Totally july 13. Ball dropped at la. Pm. Os., com spending to Lah. 3lhn. July 17, Liucc Ovrick mean time. is. Corio a. Siniua tons. 11. K. Smith from Cathe Rine Hill Bay. 1-. K j. Fowler agents. Australian s., my tons t. 11. It Lyman from Tasmania. A. K e. La mass uric. Agents. Koor Jiga s., 150, w. Hennein an Rossan. Cons 3., 5s. N. J. Spells Ardre Aon. Projected departures. For London. Ort pcs july 20 China july 27 Bungum Grange Augustu , August 3 Telamon Augustu Molda via. August 10 Wii Kool. Augustu Orient Ai Isitt 17 Macedonia August 24 Hornba August 31 pippin Kiulin Grange september 0 Victoria sep tuner 7 my Claus. September 13 Tura Alaya 21 Essex september 21 India onto but 5. A or Bremen. Prinz it sent Luitpold july 29 girl is Nau. August 20 Seydlitz september -2i Zei Lea. 21 Fajr Larussa. November Tor Marseilles. Yarra. July 22 Sera August 19. For Java and suntan no har Hurr about july 21. For auth african i Orts. in inure an Pis. Makool August a ri11pin5l1am.gr.mjje, i upts mawr a Essex. A eur Timber 21. For Mells mine Ami , july a Jonii Balir i ill 21 Wertli i ill 27 Kanona july 23 . July 27 Diombala. July 29 Burrua Beer August 2 Grant Ala. August 3. For Western Australia. Grant Ala. July 22 , july 2.1 cow Leardie August 1 Yong Alti August 5 Damn Xvi August Sailed. July is. Persic. For Eastern states. Commonwealth s., for London via Albany and South Africa. Sidney s., for Western Australia. Passengers Tsi non. 7 second Cabin and original in transit. Her nil Eft s., for Western Australia. Passen Ger i and original in transit ferret a. Spencer Gulf pork. In Trincu a., Ardrossan. Juno s., port Vincent. L Rivy a. Port Wab from. Florence Maud a. Port a Likefield. is. Corio from Atli Erine leu Bay 3.2c0 tons Coal. Australian from Tasmania 2jcg baps potatoes. 1.728 do. Ore is do. Bags Solo. Oatmeal 12 ferns. Exports. Only is. for Tomlon 103 bars Bullion. 4.251 Ilo. Lead. 2s7 tin. Lark 15 do. Bides. 5 lids. Wine. 4 i riles Wool i do. Skins -0 do. Olipra Tjas 4 crates rabbi w. 140-lh.bars, 3, fax tit. Haes flour 2 maw almonds 7 do. Jewellers swe Opinia do. Meats. Ii pres. Sundries. For Durban 1.25n 200-lb. Tar flour. Soo baps super 2f Bales Row hair. 30 Cas eucalyptus Oil 2 do. Pumps. Lipil do. Armies. 24 do. Lemons 27 do. Orange. For Pinetown 211 eases apples 1 do. Colours. lists wheat 3.3c0 tales forage 100 is to. Bass Ilour. Australian. . Arrived july is Jacobsen port i Irie. Sailed july is Flora Devonport a Moldavia Sydney cronies London icon Aganvi launch Tenn Kawajiri Strahan Lily Mildred port Adelaide Iliad Pisear Newcastle Chu Iisha Nej. Sydney. Arrived i or is Northern chief zealand. Sailor Jimiy is Leura and Ara mafia Brisbane Urainar Melbourne eur Valus Calcutta via Briam Telamon Brisbane. Newcastle. Arr veil july is Cli arcs Gou Noii. Liverpool Lar Jap fore. Melbourne As Ridge Purt Pirie Jean Baptiste the Clyde. Sailed july is Pindle Hill Auckland us Ader plies Mazal Tan colonial Empire Acapulco. Fri Sbar arrive in july is Damascus Syd is Gabo Tov Roville. Of titled july is Varrego and Marlon. By Ley ounik.1 and Wolk Wra dims Kod Nowarra rocket Milton Bunin Yon Townsville. Outposts. Streaky Bay. Arrived july is Argyle Fowler Bav. Fowler Bay. Sailed july 27_.\icv-1p. Pont h inc Ajir. I Ort Augusta. Mikil july 17 investigator. Port i Irie. Wal Laroo. Arrived july 17-Llerbert, port Ade Laide. Port Victoria. Arrived july 17her Lieut. Port Adelaide. Sailed july 17 Herbert Wallaroo. ? july 17 a Rooka Portoian and Januies Comrie port Ade Laide Abd Rossau. Arrived july 17 Ceres port Adelaide. Poif.1 ulv 17 Malolm. Port Adelaide. Sailed july 37 Lillie Ilay ample Biou. And Annie Watt port Adelaide. Rock. Arrived july 17 Iun Ore port Adelaide. Sailed july 17 Pintoro i Ucil to beaci1port. Arrived july 17 Kitce. Port Adelaide. Post Augusta. Arrived july 1g incs to Pator a. Rut5% roaster from port Alelaide. Ail Olaida company. Girro inc Rel. Iii cd july 17, investigator for port Adelaide via parts Garmein and Spiric. Banjo . Rivers. Jan num. Arrn de july 17 Tyro Murray is Corowa and Gem. Morgan. Sai Leil july is Oroway. Murray Bri Ripe. Morgan. Arrived 17 c Onva Murray Iiri dire. River Levels. Tie follow Nir shows the shite of the Rivers above summer level at the Tyml Ermett toned places at 9 . 011 tuesday july is Mairga Ragga 1 it. 1 in Hay in it. 10 in. Bal Anam 11 it Good inca Low Miu Igidi 7 it. G in. Mop?1 it. 11 in namoi 10 it. Of Tarpon 13 it. I in. Brew Arrina. 0 it. J in Bourke 4 it. 10 in. , 7 it. 9 in. Til a. I it. Wilcannia gift. 2 in Mem die it. 3 in. Poo prarie if it. I in. Wentworth. Flat. 7 in. A lbt iry u it. I in. Edh a 20 it. 11 in. Euston. 15 it. 30 in. Over Lance Corner 5 it. 3 i Morgan 0 it. 0 in. Stenmark. 7 it. Misselt Neolis. Tin Corio arrived from Cati Lerinc Hill Bay on to a slav Mornini with a cargo of Coal. She had a moderate a Richcr a Sage. The summer . With tasmanian pro Duce f in Avonport Stanler and Rurik in on Lioard arrived at port Adelaide during the Early hours of tuesday morning. Trio . .x. C oni any Steamer Kura la which last summer was under charter to the Adelaide Conj inv for its port Lincoln Trade was on Fletcher slip at port Paulc to have Bilee Keels placed upon her Bottom. The contract has Lieen secured by or. Ii. C. L Teher. It is believed that when tie alterations Iro the stunner wih be but in what to Pic a not yet known. The repairs to the ship a Arlen which arrived off the semaphore on july 3, Taring sustained damage to hit Fleck listings and nit Initia gear i july 1 i o Milra Smith West of Cripe Borda when Ikhine irom ice Iong to niuta Alonci with a cargo of Winat. Have Licon completed. Opt. Lililan Lloyd Surveyor adapt. Haj Vard acting Tor the Captain Examina the vessel on Manilay Ai to cation Anil parsed the work. It is expected that the i Sai i will proceed on Iier voyage tvs thin a couple of Days. A Calile inc Page race veil from la Ndon stairs that the Union Stan quimp cosh Mhz new Steinmer Wair Uiti has Sai Leil for Sydney via Fotiu Antic. The Vessol is Connerly known As the a snip Stra Licona Neil my Opp and was purchased under the latter int by her present owners in a the Liucy Mcnall team Filip line limited for Alx it �4o, c0. She is the Largi boat let Onu in the Chi i company Fleet lie Iii about inti r inn Liati Between the Parima Anil the whip Nippie. The Ivai Runa is of 3, by tons Gross 2,ii2fi tons net and has a carrying capacity of Elxnit 0,500 tons dead we feb. She was Laun Clied from the Jard of Ocsus. Amitrone Whitworth Foch. At Newcastle Hist your. And when purchased had Only made Al out one trip in the Atlantic Trade.1 she u Cluss cd us at at Lloyd a and is 3ft it. Lone by 17 it. 5 in. Wide and has a death of 2li it 7 in. Her Espnes were made by the Walls end Slipway company of Newcastle. They Urc triple expansion with 25 in., 11 in., and 6s in. By is in. Stroke. A Lane Manrin of Miler rower has been allowed and the a Wel steams 10 knots at sea. Lilie new Strainer will be used in the interstate and Fiji cargo Trade Ami is being brought out from England by capt Jordan who went Home for the purpose Sydney morning Herald. Mail notices. Guat k.v1. July 20 via Suez 1l15 ., . Orontes rear catered letters and news Pupert 10.15 . Port Adelaide 11.10 . Rusi tiered letters and newspapers 0.10 . Uri Tislim id foreign urrels Post closes at general i Ost office at 10.15 . Mail duo in August 20. July 22 Marseilles . Yerxa . Late Lett to 10.13 . letters a i a Nawir i in 0.1 . Luly 29 . Prinz Regent unit pm a11.15 . Reg Metrej let Ter and , . Great 11rjta and United states via san Francisco. Only 2s ., Ventura a. Via vane Mir Isla Iid. August 3, a ., Mwangi 3p Fco Tii Africa. Durban in rect. August 21 ., Uve Bluml Tii i a Honan. Thence per Damascus. August 5 Ibuki i Imit Grange. Hon Kong Japan and Manila. This Day 3 ., Overland to sir Nev per chair Glix new 21-. Overland to Sydney thence per first Opportunity. New aus Trail v july 203 pj�., via new zealand. Java ports. July 20 about per Slarb us up. Samoa and other South sea. Islands except Fiji july 3 ., Over Lind to Sydney thence per i Faua. Western Australia Fri Mantle july 2011.15 ., . Orontes. A1jjaxv. July 221.15 granular. Easter la states. This Day 3.00 ., Overland. Str Ailex. . And Zee Ian Tasmania this Dav 3.30 p.irs., Overland to Mel Lotrnr. New zealand North islam july 20-3.39 ., Overland to Sydney. New 5iea 1.an1 South Island july 20 3.� Over a incl to Sydney. Ardrossan. Hixcy 20-6.m ., Kooring. . This ., Wam Olca. Fowler Bav. July 251.45 ferret via port Lincoln. It Juba. August l-l.-�5 ., Van port Lincoln. Ell1ston. Strum cd Mukut. And denial Bays. July 1.15 Fiji. July 223 Overland in Sydney thence or Daviu. Franklin Harbour. This Day ., ferret via Avallaro. Kanoa110o Island. Liis Day c. Ceres. Northern territory. Tills any 3.30 or Abnil to Sydney thence per Chancre Eha. Tumbs Bay. July 221.45 ., tier Wrt . Port list in. July 211. 5 Fer ret. Port Vonc kit. July 21-fi.3o ., James Comrie. Stavish by. I ill 20-fi 0 n.m., James Comrie. Ood Nadatta Niar Lotte Watlet Alice Springs Ami Tunoa. July -g.5 ., via Odon Datla. Hermanns Lilg. Ai Cust a 6.5 . Nip. Up. Indicates that mails to he forwarded by this Steamer Siusta he a socially Ina Keil. Births marriages. And deaths. Special notice. Announcements of births. Marriages and deaths not exceeding five lines arc inserted ence each in the Register the observer the evening Jou Tia. And special summary prepared for trans Mireion to Merland for the smile charge of half a Cicon Eitra. Lines 6d. Each. The and add ii of the Ecender must in cases be Given. Births. Fo1uiby. On the 5th july at me Lala Lang Horne Creek tiie wide of Arthur of Onnby of a. Daughter. A the 16tu july at l estrange Street Knoxville the wife of a. J. Gallasch a it Uliter. ? marriages. Sandland Mitchel on the 2.1th May ate live Street dior Wood. Or the Rev. Ithoc it Mit Cululi brother of the Bride Robert Cooper Sand land to apus Mitchell both of Jarac town. At Home thursday and Friday july 2u my 21, from to 5 p. In. Deaths. the Isth july Maria the be loved Wile of Bun. 11. Chapman of Brown Street Adelaide and the fourth daughter of the late John w. Crocker aged 3s years. Hamilton. On tilt 15i.li july. Clu Irlis White Hamilton dearly beloved husband of Frieda Hamil ton Bank of Adelaide mount pleasant. Hawkes. On the 2nd june at Jersey. Chan Nel islands. Sidney Milns a lakes barrister at Lau a Feii Vij Yean. Player. On the 17th july at am Ilion Joseph Yed trick dearly loved husband of Mart Iii player in his t re year. the Isth july at Walken Ille Road Eist Adelaide John Wilson dearly Leved infant son of Ernest j. W. And e. Summers aged 11 months. Mime Banthi is of the late Sydney her beat a Niilow sincerely thank Merses. G. Wood san & co., the employees and kind friends for tokens of ski apathy during their late sail bereavement also to or. Rei Siniann and n Tavea of Alyra an a North Terrace or their kind and Zurc nitting attention. Twenty Kour hours rain Alt. 1111 Are me Ziuni tics of rain registered at ii ?.? Telegraph stations for the Twenty Ioir hours ended at 9 . On tuesday july is Adelaide Plains. Adelaide ? 0.25 j Rose worthy North Adelaide Gawler ? 0 03 Brighton ? 0.19 1 Smith flew ? Glenelg ? 0.30 Viiginia ? 0.02 Slagill 0.27 Salisbury ? 0.13 Mitcham ? 0.11 tear cd Gully. 0.2 Jallala ? 0.09 Northern Teui Itoro. Port Darwin 0.02 fab North. Quorn ? 0.04 Yard a ? 9-.o5 Northern a01eas Veser to. Port germen. 0.03 1 Crystal Brook. 0.0 5 port Pirie ? 0.01 1 port Broughton 0.03 Centra Hammond ? 0.0.1 1 Gladstone ? 0.02 Wilmington 0.0s 1 Georgetown Willowise ? 0.09inarridy ? 0.02 Melrose ? 0.12 Redhill ? 0.01 Boole Roo. Centre 0.0s Gulnare ? 0.05 Wir Rabara ? 0.05 bund Aleer ? 0.03 Djiura ? 0.02 Yacka ? 0.01 Jamestown ? 0.02 1 Eastern. Orr Seton ? 0.03 Yon Pila. 0 0j Nerelia 0.0 5 Terowie ? oo5 Orr Oroo ? 0.01 Hallett x 0.0a Blac Kreek ? ao5 mount Bryan Petersburg ? 0.01 Burra ? 0.11 Central area Snow town ? 0.03 water Vale ? 0.13 birth ? 0.11 Auburn ? 0.10 Clare ? 0,10 Manora. ,. 0.01 Farrell Flat. 0.06 Hoyleton 0.04 min Taro Central 0.0g i Balaklava ,. 0.01 Barossa ranges. Sul Ducworth 0.05 Greenock 0.07 univ Carton ? 0.03 Stockwell ? 0.05 to Ripe ? 0.0s curio Tonii ? Stockport 0.07 an Piston 0.15 Kapanday ? 0.10 Tann la ? Freelink ? 0.11 Lyme Coli ? 0.10 West of mount lofty ranges. Craters ? 0.11 morn licit Vale 0.10 Lini Idla ? 0.21 Illunga ? 0.05 Clarendon ? 0.0t Alding. ? 0.01 East and Murray Flats. Eur dump ? 0.12 Lahndorf Truro ? 0.0 Nairne ? 0.06 mount pleasant 0.03 mount Barker. 0.05 Blunberg 0.02 Chunga ? 0.03 gum Eracha ? 0.0 Macclesfield 0.02 Exibe Tinl ? 0.02 Meadows ? 0.04 Woodside ? 0.04 cd Ivington. 0.01 Yorke Peninsula. Wallaroo ? 0.10 0.04 Kadina ? 0.03 ..Msbnry ? 0. 6 Mounta ? 0.02 Larooka ? a b Maitland ,. 0.10 Yorktown. 0.07 West coast. Cowell ? 0.01 1 Point lowly ? 0.01 South coast. Cape Borda 0.30 i Cape Willoughby. 0.06 South East. Men Ingie ? 0.03 Penola ? 0.03 Coon Allyn ? 0.11 Mjalli cent ? 0.03 Bordertown 0.01 mount Cambier 0 01 a Moorte ?. 0.02 Over districts. Murray Bridge 0.06 vf.athe41 reports and forecasts. A recasts. Forecast of probable weather trom Nic Saay Aitch noon till wednesday night. Issued at 1 On Svinth Australia. The weather will continue Cloudy Damp Peggy and misty. Latins Anu Light winds smooth a. Victoria. Dull misty weather with Light Van Ablo winds. Clearing up during Day. Sea slight. New South Wales. Continuing unsettled with scattered showers Between the Lachlan and Mur Ray Rivers also in South coastal parts. Else where Fine Light variable winds and calms. Western Australia. Showery and squally in extreme South West and South otherwise mainly Fine though there May be a few showers mostly on and near the coast. Rain reports. Rain has fallen in 24 hours up to 0 ., in Western Australia. Very Light in extreme South West. South Australia. Generally very Liht to Liht Outh from Quorn hut scattered in South cast. Victoria. Nil in the scattered very Light elsewhere. New South Wales. Light in the North East an a at a few places out Librn districts. Northern , 2 Points. Central remarks. Tie atmospheric conditions Over and around aus trash this morning Are Verj Calm. And the Wea ther Over the greater part of the continent is Fine Lut throughout this Sute Victoria and Tasmania it is Cloudy Damp foggy and misty. This Wea ther will continue Here for the present. Charles t.0dd, government astronomer. It fam of ref that Jelv i is. Sulc ment of the atmospheric pressure Tern Ner Turc rainfall and state of the weat Lucr registered at the Adelaide Observatory during the past when Days at the hours mentioned ? bar. 1 temperature. Rain Dau 3 therm. 3 9 weather. . La him. . ? i Sud Hhd. Wry. 1230.18 u4.0i 60.01 4s.2 0.16 . Sir 13315 7b.0 57.1 43.0 0.05 in pm of depth it 14 30 25 72.4 56.5 43.4 0.16 gift 15 30iliu4.1 60.3 40.9 . Is. 1029 88 113.3 60.2 48.7 , Ott 1730.00,119.0 00.2 51.9 0.07 new i Clyd. Timil 113 30.04 93.59.ll .8 0.25 a i Cly Al. . The barometer is reduced and corrected to 22 dig. Fahr., but it is not reduced to of level. The temperature and rainfall Are for the 21 hours preceding the time of registration. The weather column relates to the condition of the weather at uie time of observation Only. Barometric Al readings. The following table has been constructed from observations recorded in this office Lor every .x hours during the last three Days and for this morning. Height above sea level 1 17 it 3 . 9 . 3 . Sunday ? 2wh 20. 2u. 2u.87 monday .29.89 20.u2 20.05 23.9/ tuesday. 2a.-n 30.00 29.0 1 so00 note. Barometer 20.9y, steady at 2 o Dos this morning Clear. ? y. Index to advertisement. Page. Vago. Arn ailments ? 10 lost and found. 2 auctions ? 10 Macli incr. 10 Board and lodging. 2 medical. 3 businesses for Sale or Morelia Dise. 10 wanted ? 10 mining ? 2 business notices. 2-3,10 Money ? 2 or rats a. 1 motors and cycles. 2 co Mikinis & Socie offices to let. 2 ties ? 2 persons wanted. 2 drapery and cloth produce ? 10 ing ? 1 professional ? 10 education. 2 properties for Sale. 2 florists seeds men properties wanted. 2 a ? 10 Public notices. 2 funeral notices. 2 publications and Sta govt moment Adver Tio Nerv. 10 Tise Menta ? 2 shipping. 1 tolliday resorts. 10 Stuat Oiw wanted. 2 Hor a cattle be special Advt ? 4 hic Les ? 2 tenders ? 2 hotels & restaurants 10 to let ? 2 hotels for Sale or wan rear w buy. 2 to let ? 10 wanted t sell. 2 insurance notices. 10 ? i 1 m Adelaide wednesday. July 19, 1903. Queensland coalition Experiment. The exile Rienes of Hie Morgan kid Ston ministry Are especially interesting to South australians at this juncture in their political affairs. The Alliance in the Northern state was consummated ostensibly for the purpose of Over coming thai difficulty of securing stable government As Long As there were three hostile parties in the Assembly but the inherent incongruous less of the amalgamation has proved an insuperable obstacle to harmonious cooperation. The most conspicuous result of this attempt to mix political Oil and water has been a schism in the ranks of the socialist party which is Likely to destroy or. Kidston Chance of Ever becoming a labour Premier. A month ago the caucus could command a majority of one in a full House and or. Morgans retirement appeared to to inevitable unless he should consent to become a Mere puppet in the hands of his masterful treasurer but the sub sequent defeat of a trades Hall Candi Date in the Burrow electorate deprived the labour party of its predominance. That party is still numerically the strongest in the House but it cannot control tie policy of the coalition Cabi net which Lias systematically i orbited several of the fundamental planks of the in born platform. Or. Morgan May not be a Strong political deader but lie has evidently exhibited consider Able firmness in regard to the exclusion of socialistic legislation from the ministerial programme. He has been Able to do this in spite of the comparative weakness of his personal Fol lowing because it is known that several of his supporters would not be Adverse to a termination of the present agreement and an Alliance Between the morganite a and tie opposition would leave the labour members in a minority. Tie exigencies of party poli tics May enable the two antagonistic elements to preserve an appearance of Unity in order to retain the privileges of place and Power but the antipathies which Are operating beneath the sur face Are Strong that both parties would Welcome an Opportunity to sever tie Bond. During the recess the two sections of the ministerial party have been engaged in an uncompromising struggle for supremacy in the constituencies. Since the general elections there has not been a contest Between a supporter of the coalition and an opposition candidate but at three by Clettious or. Morgan followers have been opposed by labour representatives. The treatment accorded to the morganite should prove a warning to the members of the opposition in the South australian parliament relative to any similar ii Alliance with the socialists for the purpose of the government. Tie political tangle in Queensland has been still further complicated Dur ing the last two months by differences of opinion Between tie labour Mem Bers in the Cabinet and tie caucus. When or. Kidston joined the ministry he Lead the reputation of being a stanch believer in socialistic theories but his experience As an administrator has apparently convinced him that Many of the utopian ideals which he cherished As a private member could mat stand the test of practical application. A Short time ago he roused the ire of his followers by declaring that it was impossible for the government to find work for the unlit and More recently he openly denied the caucus by alienating areas of Crown Hinds after the labour paint had issued a Man Date that the system should be Dis continued. Referring to these aspects of the treasurer administration a. Prominent member of the caucus is reported to live said recently or. Kidston is a very doubtful member to far As the labour party is concerned. Every Day he draws further Iron us and at the conference of labour delegates a month or two ago he openly defied us. He was condescending enough to admit that socialism was Beautiful in theory but challenged proof Tomt it possible in practice. He was severely taken to task for his utterance but it apparently had Little e text judging by his ruthless transactions in grown land transactions contrary to an avowed principle of tie labour platform. This together with his statements regarding the unfit will cause some trouble when the House meets but it will Only be a storm in a Teapot. When we Are Strong enough we will strike but not till then. One thing is certain or. Kidston will never come in at the head of a labour ministry. The member referred to also admitted that the labour party had overestimated its influence in the country electorates. Before the Burrum election he remarked we thought the electors were ours absolutely. The result of that Conlest has raised some doubt in our minds. The Community is evidently not yet educated up to our Ideal of a socialistic Queensland he professed to Beu eve that the setback which the party had sustained was Only temporary and that the constituencies Are gradually coming round to the trades Hall views but a. More prob Able explanation of the socialists discomfiture is that the producers have begun to realize the importance of the issues at stake with the result that they Are now taking practical Steps to assert their influence at the polls. This revival of True liberalism has been accentuated by the present minister for agriculture or. Delia Iwho in ado Tours through Rural districts during the recess and impressed upon Farmers the necessity for concerted action on their part in order to counteract tie efforts that were being made by a Sec Tion of the City workers to stifle Pri vate Enterprise. It is not surprising that the extreme Section of the labour party should feel Cliar Grinell by these evidences of the failure of tie caucus to exert an influence Over the ministry commensurate with the overwhelming superiority of its numbers in the As Sembly. In View of the discordant elements represented in the Cabinet it is not Likely that the programme prepared by ministers for submission to parliament next week will contain any startling innovations. It. Is expected that an arbitration Bill will be brought for Ward but it remains to be seen How the Diklic Talty regarding the demand for preference to unionists will be Over come. An attempt will probably be in aug to encourage. Iii a Tui unit up abandoned runs by providing improved tenures and workmen com in nation May also be included in the legislative Bill of fare. The govern ment has intimated that it intends to introduce a Protection of children act based upon the Law in South Australia and the betterment Bill which caused much discussion last session iras also been mentioned As part of or. Kidston contribution to tie pro gramme. In View of the controversial nature of the latter proposal however it is doubtful whether it will be pressed upon the House. The treasurer closed the year with a credit balance of �14,000, but the civil servants claim that they Are entitled to at least �10.000 out of the surplus in Accord Ance with a stipulation in the temporary reduction of salaries act passed last year. Great care and strict Economy will be needed to Avert a deficit at the end of the present financial year and the difficulties which con front or. Kidston will not to lessened by the political confusion which tends to produce caution on the part of investors and employers. The suppression of Bush fires. The judgment of the pull court in the port Lincoln Bush fire Case con la ins a valuable exposition of the Law upon a subject with which South australians Are unhappily too familiar. It also suggests that conditions May readily arise in which heavy material lasses May result from a too strict of serval be of the limitations of a per son Legal liabilities. The Circum stances of tie claim were in no sense remarkable and tie fact that they May be repeated renders the court Deci Sion the More impressive. The parties Are Farmers and the defendant Ken Neth Brown had grown a crop a Short distance from the land of tie Plain tiffs Bernard Carl and Hermann a Piberg and John Henry Haigh. On the morning of no vember 20 Brown and his Man saw a burning log a few Yards from his crop and 400 Yards from his House. They cleared a space around the tree and then went to breakfast after the meal the servant rising an axe and Spade made a further Clearing and re moved from the spot some Large pieces of Timber. Small branches were thrown into the fire and consumed. At noon the attention of the defendant was called to the sin Oke in the Vicinity of the log and he and his Man ran to the spot and found that the fire had spread. They tried to Check it but failed to do . About the same time the Plain tiffs saw smoke arising and shortly the conflagration swept Over their crop and caused extensive damage. In the local court at Piort Lincoln the plaintiffs recovered from Brown �255 10/. And the defendant appealed to the Banco court for an order to set aside the verdict for tie plaintiffs it was contended that the defendant had shown negligence carelessness and Lack of skill As a firefighter and that he was liable for the consequences of the fire because he failed to extinguish it or prevent it from spreading. In the argument reference was made to English common Law As recorded in a yearbook five centuries old which set out that the occupier of a House was primarily responsible for fires lighted in his premises and that until the contrary was shown it was presumable that if an ignition occurred it was due to him or to some one for whom he was responsible. This Law was Miti gated by a statute passed in the reign of Queen Anne which provided that no action shall be had against any person in whose House or chamber a lire Liall accidentally begin this principle was extended by an act of George Iii., tie effect of which was to make it necessary for the plaintiff to prove negligence in cases in which damage was sustained in consequence of a conflagration lighted by or arising on the premises of a Neighbour. In the local court the plaintiffs Yavelberg obtained damages because the jury understood it was the defendant duty to have taken every pos sible precaution to extinguish the fire. Evidence however showed that the sub real was either duo to an Accident perhaps some natural cause or to the act of a stranger and that being the defendant was free of responsibility. He and his Man were said to have exercised Ordinary prudence. They had Bath been engaged in the operation of burning Timber and were 2xperionccd in the care of Bush fires. Ebe fact that tie log was alight within x few Yards of Brown own crop Lizeh Lay in the same direction As the plaintiffs crop afforded a Strong pre sumption that he tried to suppress the Aames. Suggestions were advanced that the defendant made the fire his non by feeding it and that he sought to keep it Olive in order that the log might be Burnt but these views were yield to be untenable and the chief Tus Tiee said his own impression was that the smaller boughs and leaves were chopped off and thrown on the burning mass in order to make the tree less inflammable. The reversal of lie local court verdict and the order that brawn should receive his lists Are clearly in Accord with the Law but it will be regrettable if tie judgment should tend to weaken the sense of obligation in reference to the 3are of other people property. The chief Justice very properly pointed jut the extreme difficulty of increasing Legal liabilities in such cases. Plainly it would be Well Uigh impossible to Frame a statute making an occupier table for a fire arising on his premises when he was in no Way connected with the act. Such a Law could not be made applicable in the ease of absence or illness or if the outbreak acc erred without the occupant know Edge. Allowing however that this imposition is in Accord with common Ense it is to say the least startling to learn in a country that at certain seasons May be largely denuded of its health by devastating conflagrations Liat a Man safest Legail bourse when on fronted with the fire fiend May be 0 do nothing. Tie victorian court has held that when a fire accidentally arises upon a Man land Long As the owner remains passive he cannot be liable to Bis Neighbours. If he should interfere in any Way he night Render himself liable because presumably he might divert tie flames in directions other than those they would take if left alone. A parallel Case would be provided if a beast of prey crossed an estate. Should the owner attempt to shoot the animal or tallow it to go by what would be said of Jim if he refused to use his Rifle and permitted the brute to go elsewhere possibly to destroy human life yet a shot if fired might miss its Mark divert the beast from its course infuriate it Tot madness and increase the peril of. The Neighbours. Obviously it would be the duty of a Roan who had Ordinary skill with a Rifle to do Bis Best with the weapon. Residents of the country and Hills districts soon acquire experience in. Tie arduous and thirsty task of beating out Bush fires and when an outbreak occurs it is usual for every Able bodied person within reach to actively participate in the work of suppression. After tie event it is easy to say that if Brown had been More Dwigent and watchful no harm would have resulted from the burning log. Probably no one is More sorry than himself that he unwittingly gave the flames a Chance to spread and cause much injury but that does not help tie unfortunate plaintiffs who lost their crop without having a fair Chance As Brown bad of protecting it. From this paint of View the verdict of the local court is justified by reason and morality and the jury Are entitled to commendation the innocently crediting the Law with requiring that a Man should be As rigorously eared to protect his Neighbour against tie spread of an accidental fire As he is now expected to be to save him from the possibility of becoming the victim of to smallpox or other infectious disease. News of the Day. The Tivoli scare. The management of the Tivon theatre states that the Accident to the biography on monday night was not serious As it might appear. Tie operator of the machine omit Ted to close the shutter with the result that the sprang on to a film whoa was quickly consumed with the Hare Al ways produced by burning celluloid. There was no danger of the flame spreading and the trouble was Over in a moment or two. Tie bios Raph was not injured and was used again last night nobody in the Audi ence left the theatre in consequence of the Accident. A speaker and his privileges. To Day members of parliament will As semble to elect from among them a Dis Creet Wise and Learned Man to be speaker. That can Leman however much he will have cause to congratulate himself will sorely regret the absence of Home of the ancient accompaniments of the dignity of the speaker of the British House of commons. Some of he perquisites of the sneaker Are historically interesting writes a parliamentary authority. On his election he is supplied by the state with two legs Heads of Claret. Every year the master of the Buck hounds presents him with a Bock and a Doe killed in the Royal preserves at Windsor. The cloth workers company of London make him a Christmas present of a generous Width of the Best Broadcloth besides this he has a state coach supposed to have been made in the time of Cromwell. This was used in the past at Public ceremonials in which the speaker took part but it was last seen in London in 1872, when the speaker attended the thanksgiving service at . Paul after the Prince of Wales recovery from a dangerous illness. To revert to More modern compensations the first commoner in the realm Well paid for his services to the state. In the eld Days in addition to lucrative fees on private Bills he was allowed an income of i 5 a Day. Now he receives an annual income fixed by act of parliament of �5,000, together with � 100 for stationery. Besides this he is the possessor of a Resi Dence and a suite of offices in the Palace of Westminster. He has a Secretary and a state of clerks and exercises some Coa tool Over patronage in regard to the clerk ships to the House of commons. Upon his election be is entitled to the sum of �100 equipment Money. Last but not least it is the privilege of a speaker on. Retiring to be called to the House of lords and his peerage is Invin Riaboy accompanied by a pension of �4,000 a year for life school of mines students. At a meeting of the Council of the school of mines and industries held on july 10, a letter was received from the Secretary of the australian workers Union asking Wentner the Council would receive a deputation of the Union members with Refe rence to the students who were engaged in Wool classing work on the stations Dur ing shearing season. The Council replied that it would be pleased to receive the deputation and a special meeting for that purpose was held on monday evening. The members of the Council present were Langdon Bonython president sir Frederick Holder and a. Poynton Hon. D. M. Charleston professor Bragg and messes. R. E. E. Rogers j. T. Scherk and e. W. Van Senden. The deputation from the australian workers Union were messes. Murphy . Lun Dic Secretary and o Brien. Or. George Jeffrey the instructor in woo classing was also present. After the deputation had withdrawn tie following resolutions were carried that having heard the representations made to Ilse Council by the deputation of the australian workers Union together with or. Jeffrey explanation thereon it is resolved 1. That no restriction shall be imposed on students As to becoming members of unions if they desire u do . 2. That students shall continue to receive current wages As in the past. 3. That students shall work Union hours far As practicable. 4. That no purely labourers work such As pressing or Aag Gini shall be done by students. Contracts already entered into carried out Man liability towards a fire. In the supreme court on tuesday morning the judges made an important pronounce ment regarding the duties of a Man upon whose property a fire occurs without his knowledge. Mis Honor the chief Justice said that however startling it might seem it was nevertheless Good Law that where a fire arose on a Man Bauridl the owner was not liable if he remained passive and did nothing. That was the decision by chief jus Tice Stawell in the victorian Case of Batchelor v. Smith in 1879. It is one example he said of Many imperfect obligations of a moral As opposed to a Legal duty. And we can see How difficult it would be to Frame a Law making an occupier liable for a fire arising upon his pre Mises annexing to him regal responsibility where he is in no Way connected with the act. Should such a Law apply in cases irrespective of age or should it be made applicable in the Case of absence or in the Case of a fire being out of his sight without his knowledge is it to apply to a Man who is weak or unskillful the slightest reflection must show any one How difficult it would be to Frame a Law that whom be applicable to cases and any one who has seen an most of us have the Bush fires which frequently occur in the Hills adjacent to Adelaide will understand that there really is no necessity for such a Law. People not Only extinguish dangerous fires from self interest and for the preservation of themselves and families but we see every week the whole Countryside turning out and using their utmost endeavours to prevent danger to life and injury to the property of others the question of negligence his Honor subsequently observed could not be supported in the Case under review and tie decision of the lower court would be set aside and a Nonsuit entered Farmers and producers Union. A i special meeting of the executive of the Farmers and producers political Union is to be held in Adelaide during the present week. Tie Ohie flt of the Boohm of consider the recent Federal crisis and the present political situation in this state and also to formulate a plan for a vigorous for Ward movement among the Farmers. Tie Union at mount Gambier is a live organization. This Branch has been instrumental in starting a women Branch at tie mount which has been taken up most enthusiastically and promises to be of great assistance. The example of the ladies of mount Gambier is to be followed in other parts of the state and if the South Eastern enthusiasm is contagious the gentler Are going to be an important Factor at elections. A Bush fire and its consequences. Four Days last week were occupied by the full court in hearing an argument on the Law relating to fires. Addresses of counsel roamed through scores of books and Over England and America in addition to the Commonwealth and listeners were treated to Learned lectures on the Law in its Stases from the customs of the realm to the cultivated expressions of modern legislature. Or. P. Nesbit k.c., delved into the statutes of Queen Anne and George Iii., and or. Justice Gordon made a valuable contribution to the historic collection when he referred to a Case in the time of Henry by. The Basic foun Dation for this Legal lore was a ease arising out of a Bush fire which occurred near port Lincoln in november last. In the local court at the Western seaport three Brothers Yavelberg and John Henry Haigh obtained a verdict for �255 10/ damages against Kenneth Brown for injury occasioned to a growing crop by a fire which had spread from the defendant land. Brown appealed to the supremo court for a reversal of the judgment in his favour or a new trial and the three judges after tie exhaustive argument referred to above decided to enter a Nonsuit and set aside the verdict in the court below. Cruelty to animals. Recently mrs. Ennis Secretary of the society for the prevention of cruelty to animals waited upon the chief Secretary and pointed out to him that the police Laws of Oouinn a Siracu were a elective Wim re Gard to the Powers Given to the police to Deal with cases of cruelty which come under their notice. She handed him copies of the act in other australian states and new zealand in which much More efficient provisions exist. Or. Vardon promised to consider the matter and has since through the under Secretary written to mrs. Ennis Guting that the documents have been sent to the attorney general with a View to Ficie preparation of an amendment in the South auf Taliaa Law on tie subject. Not elsewhere included when the Federal Tariff made its appear Ance four years ago importers agents manufacturers and others interested in its composition were dismayed to find that Ine . Constituted a component element. Unten eted Uliey meant not elsewhere included and the Man of average foresight saw at a glance what a dragnet the constantly iterated expression was destined to become. That experience has substantiated the fears they entertained is a matter of common Knowles ice. When die potes arose each i try naturally regarded the matter from his own standpoint 1 find the customs officials with character j is tie conscientiousness almost invariably erred on their own Side and decided in favour of the Revenue. Reference was made to this feature of the Tariff at the pro i feedings of the commission on tuesday. The chairman enquired of or. E. P. Clarke senior inspector of excise who has held that position for 36 years and formerly had experience As a Landing Vaiter in your opinion would it be Wise to itemize the various articles in the Tariff As far As could be done the witness re plied that or. Threlfall the assistant Landing Surveyor would be better Able to speak on that matter than he was but lie foul Al reply in the affirmative. The chair Man added that various commodities were now imported which were not itemised in the Tariff. They came in under the line n.ei., and there was considerable difference of opinion regarding the decisions of Cus Toms officers. As an officer he enquired do you think it would Lead to greater lucidity if we had the various articles enumerated for instance a Towel described us a Towel a chair As a chair and on each article to appear in the Tariff or. Clarke said he thought it would be bet Ter. Customs agents would doubtless Wel come a change of this description. While it would have the effect of augmenting in already Bulky Tariff it would place agents in a More satisfactory position and facilitate their work. The recent outer Harbour fatality. Sympathy m a practical torm Nas dec extended to the widow of the late or. Simon Fraser an employee of the outer Harbour contractors who was killed by a train at the works on May 31 during the luncheon hour. A committee with or. 11. T. Morriss of Largs Bay As chairman and or. T. T. Mather accountant for messes. Rowdon Baxter & co As Secretary and treasurer Vas formed and As the result of its labours tangible Relief has been obtained for the widow and her child. Messes. Rowdon Baxter & co. Headed the subscription list with a donation of �10, a similar amount was collected from various firms having business relations with the Harbour contractors while Over .�42 was Given by 496 workmen employed at the har Bour in sums ranging from 5/ to 6d. The total sum thus collected was �62 13/6, and the amount freely Given by the employees would have been larger but for the fact that lately the wet weather has not enabled them to work full time. Out of that sum the committee has paid the funeral expenses in connection with Tite late or. Eraser burial and has purchased a Block of land at the Woodville cemetery and handed Over the title deeds to mrs. Fraser. An Iron railing has been erected around the grave and a neat Headstone bearing a suitable inscription has been raised in memory of the deceased who was a univer Sal Favourite with his fellow employees. There then remained a balance of �30, and on tuesday evening tin was handed by Hie committee to mrs. Eraser Wiio expressed her deep sense of gratitude for what had been done. Effects of the Federal Tariff. Ine senior inspector of excise or. H. A Clarke called toe attention of the Tariff commission on tuesday to beneficial and detriment id effects viewed from a South australian standpoint that had Fol Lowed the introduction of the Federal Tariff. Touching on the latter he said a Grain distillery was opened at mount Gam Bier 16 years ago Ami worked intermittently until the Federal Tariff came into Force when it was closed Down. Potatoes were used in the production of spirit. The place was equipped with univ to Date appliances and had two skills one a pot and the other a Patent. The higher excise duty imposed by the Federal Tariff necessitated the place being closed and it had not worked since. Or. Clarke told the commissioners that hardly any methylated spirits were made Here now. This article was produced in new South Wales and brought Here to Supply requirements which were formerly met by local manufacturers. What is Brandy Liat is Brandy i that was a question put to or. E. P. Clarke senior in Spector of excise while under examination before Trie Tariff com. Mission on tuesday. Or. Wales Ley enquired of the officer will you say that a proper definition of Brandy is a spirit made from sound grape wine Dis tilled at a Low alcoholic strength As to retain Ite natural characteristics the witness hesitated and the commissioner invited him to define Brandy in his own words. Or. Clarke said i consider Brandy should be made from the pure juice of the grape and Good wine should not be Over 40 per cent or. Wal Rasley do you say that anything Over 35 would re Tain the natural characteristics?1 wit Ness i have a Sample in my bag and will show you. Itt is 28 years old and was made in this state or. Warnsley that will not help me. What is the maximum strength at which Brandy will retain its natural ethers. Witness eighteen to 20 Ovenproof would be first class Brandy. The Best Brandy averages 18. A Midnight Call. In order to demonstrate to a ? party of general managers of insurance companies in Australia who Are holding a conference in Adelaide the efficiency of the Adelaide firn a gliders superintendent Booker called out the brigades shortly after Midnight on tuesday. The alarm was Given at North Terrace railway station and in. The remarkably smart time of 2m. 41s. The metropolitan reel was on the spot. The reels from Norwood Unley and North Adelaide two steamers the Salvage Van and the fire escape followed at Short intervals each fully prepared to play its part at a big fire. The turnout was satisfactory in every respect and the visitors returned to the Central Sta Tion thoroughly convinced of the alertness of the brigade Adelaide Art. Meier Nick to Tuu annual com onion promoted by victorian artists in Melbourne the a vagus states portraits hold a very Etro Nir Domion on the Walls the Arf Elniff artists misses Milly Alice and Helen Hambidge taking leading positions with some admirable Watercolours. In a daughter of the sunny South miss Milly Hambidge has translated the person of a handsome Young Pirl into a masterpiece of Harmony. The skin painting is Luminous and transparent to a degree and the Tex Tures of the Green highwayman coat ruffle and Grey feathered hat Are Given with delightful simplicity. The pose is statuesque and piquant and the title most Apt. In Mother miss Alice Hambidge displays Powers of observation and exquisite Finisi. She has also succeeded in conveying that something More behind the mask Tomt makes a face live. Misa Alice Hambidge exhibits two exquisite miniature gems a child and a girl the latter As Sweet and pure an example of this Art As Ever left a Painter Brush White Australia i am opposed to the White Australia policy said the Rev. Carr Smith in the a nurse of an address on socialism at . Tames Hall. Re drug. Thi Renson head Vance was this 1 believe it is in British and unchristian. Applause from a fair Section of the audience i believe that the fact of England having been the Home of refugees of kinds for time has helped to make England the nation it is to Day there was tone disposition later in the meeting to question the speaker More fully As to his opinions on the matter but he would not be drawn further. Sydney daily Telegraph. Tht2harton corporation officers. Possibly tie last phase 01 the trouble it connection with the officials of the Munich Pality of to Lebarton was concluded of the corporation meet Imp on tuesday night. A a result of the historic entertainment recently held at the local town Hall when tha discussion of the acts and personalities of its officers was tie Star item provided by the corporation tie Council cellar held a fair proportion of ratepayers. The mayor or. W. If. Goodenough read the Deci Sions of the Council which Hod eat a a committee in deep discussion until the witching hour of the previous night. Or. Ii. H. Cowell who is shortly to arrive from South Africa was appointed town clerk and or. E. Kisell having been assistant town clerk for some years received the Post of acting town clerk till the arrival of the new officer. Messes. J. Ship and or to Lewis were appointed lamplighters. Or. A. W. Parker who will now vacate the office of town clerk after having served the municipality for 21 years was Grant cd three months leave of absence on full salary. Or. Brazel in presenting the sur Gest Ion mentioned that or. Parker had during his service had about one month Holiday Brisbane Cairn that. The annual show of the National agricultural and Industrial association of Queens land _ will be held on August 8 to 11 next. Special concessions have been Erantz a the steam Sam companies to visitors from this state who intend to Avail themselves of the Opportunity to visit Brisbane at this most seasonable time of the year. On application to the Secretary of the Royal Agri. Cultural and horticultural society of Ade Laide certificates will be issued by him entitling passengers by steamers to a con cession of 15 per cent off the Ordinary passenger rates. The Secretary in Brisbane advises that record entries have been received and it is expected that this year show will eclipse previously held. The following new features Are introduced this ear interstate fruit Competition judging Competition for Young judges and a fishery court. Seven districts Are taking part in the District Competition Viz Logan Graf ton Moreton Maryborough Warwick Glen Innes and Rockhampton. As you were. A wit Muni Licu Unur 01 Xii i Ortii i be Laide cycling club on ? tuesday evening members discussed the question of severing their association with the Leacue of South. Australian wheelman. Or. H. . Wil son tabled a motion that Rule 2, which provided for the affiliation of the club Witler tie Central body be struck out. An amendment was submitted by or. W. Mat thews that the matter be deferred for consideration at a special meeting. It waa contended by a Section of the members that cycling was not what it used to be find that the league was in a sinking cod edition. Tie North Adelaide club occupied a Good position financially and should avoid the possibility of an liability. Others held that it would be jew try to leave the. League under any consideration and that for the Sake of the sport the club should stand by it. The amendment waa lost and tie motion was negatived on Tho casting vote of the chairman that tue position remains unaltered. A change in England wine taste. Judging by evidence tendered before the Tariff commission on tuesday a Complete change has taken place in recent years in the class of Winn 1lnr, nor wisps flin Robt i of people in the old country. Or. Warns Ley elicited from Tho senior in Astor of excise or. E. 1\ Clarke that South Australia gained her English reputation foe wine through Claret and Light wines. Tha strength of these was about 20 or 21, Iund they were admitted into England at Liq Low rate of 1/ duty. Asked Why local wine makers were anxious to obtain a marked for their High alcoholic wines rather than their Light wines or. Clarke said the taste had altered cd English eople showed preference for stronger wines. Or. Wales Ley enquired whether it would be advisable for australian makers to devote themselves. To the manufacture of Light wines Fod which lie understood the soil was bests adapted or to try to compete with tha heavier productions of Spain and Portugal to which ill. Clarke replied that if lid were in the business he would end Avoul to compete with the latter countries in the English Market. People in these states would not drink Light wines and he would cultivate Burgundy and Strong ports and sherries lie had recently been to the old country where he had ascertained thata Strong wines were in greatest demand or. Walmsley observed that australian makers a few years ago had been Given Tor understand that it wis Only necessary to cultivate a Good Light wine to secure the world Market for a Long time. Or. Clarka contended that the a Pilate of the world had changed and that Light wines were Givins place to those of stronger Type. The Tariff commission. Tho Tariff commission devoted Over Fourr hours on tuesday to the hearing of Evi Dence regarding the working of the Federal Tariff a petition was presented in behalf of Hose interested in the Salt Industry of Yorke Peninsula pointing out the import Tancic of the Industry and urging that a Protection of 20/ per ton would be imposed upon the imported article. Fun Rici evidence concerning the wine and spirit Industry was Given by or. G. P. Cleland or. Allan Ross Reid Aud the senior in Spector of excise or. E. P. Clarke. In. I eid stated that the value of Plant and buildings associated with the Industry in this state was Between �900,000 and �1,000,000, and �90,000 was annually ended in wages. Mi1. Clarke produced re turns which showed that with the raising of excise duties tie production of spirit locally had . He considered it would be advisable for the government to Issue certificates of Quality before spirits were permitted to leave the e Bonds. Hillier fortification should be allowed for High class ports and sherries and a Federal wine adulteration act based on the lines of the victorian measure should be passed. The chairman announced that the com Mission hoped on wednesday to take the evidence of or. Allert and or. Sluice on tobacco arid cigars or. Ralph on Beer in Small bottles and or. Allan and or. Rudely on Salt. Guarding the milk Supply. There Are few More painstaking and zealous local governing bodies than the Woodville District Council which Governa a Large area. There Are several dairymen in the District and the annual inspection of the dairies and pig Geries is therefore by most important undertaking. They were examined on tuesday. After luncheon or Bollen health officer to the Council Madd a few remarks relative to the necessity foe cleanliness in tie Dairy. When you recollect that the Woodville Board of health has about 100 dairies owning 500 or 600 cowhand that the bulk of tie Supply is sent. Out of the District to port Adelaide and Adelaide 1m said you will recognise that an inspection carried out on proper lines and in a competent manner is an important and responsible undertaking or. Morris con firmed this View. Many dairies were inspected during the Day and although minor improvements were necessary in several of the whole they presented a creditable appearance. One of the most common Defeng was bad drainage. Apparently the Dairy men consider that As Long As tie dairies Ara clean Roomy and airy and the cowshed Well drained and ventilated everything is Allright. Frequently it had to be pointed oui that the cowards also needed to h kept Well drained but considering the re Mark ably wet season experienced there Wui some excuse for laxity in the latter Dirac tic. ? Day & Martin Box calf dressing for. Ladies and gentlemen boots and shoes. _ the k a u t r a to a t a a the Premier Nixus rated weekly. The current Issue illustrations include victorian artists exhibition. Tie Adelaide pictures. Dogs at the Ade Hawk show. comedy company. Bank Baloc in Melbourne. Hunting is Sydney. A. A. All the news of the week. All newsagents. Price sixpence. Wholesale from w. C. Kirby Kip William Irenet Adelaide. 200whfsc up Zoial Advertis mint Donaldson Man a eds ent ladies Winter jackets now marked under Cost. Further reductions in millinery and dress goods. Costumes dress skirts and rain cloaks at Sale prices orders receive careful attention. 22 Rundle Street. 193mwfc done up. Bedding and cleaned and Claid. Chairs pm cd. A very cheaply and very Well. Hooper furnish ing Arcade Hindley Street ? phone u84. S7mwsc Deuter to Legraff company. Limited. A broken Hill Chambers Adelaide. Free registration of Cable addresses. Great Economy effected by used or Reuters code of half a million phrases. The Best general code extant mail and telegraphic remittances on favourable terms to places within and beyond Australasia. George e. Baker act rec manager. ? ? 1s5w249 just published third edition. Tang Aero Island Adelaide s ? Sanatorium with Hap and illustrations comprising a series of articles written for the kept or and the observer by a native ? e. H. Hallack. Price ii posted 1/1. All booksellers. ?. ? 159c� the Light memorial. Republication of reports and pictures. Now on Sale. ? of info to the great interest which has been taken in the unveiling of the Light memorial we ? have issued a pamphlet which contains the biographical and historical notes which appeared. In the Register of june 21, the full report of the unveiling of the me Morial which appeared in the Register of june 22, and other mat Ter of great interest. The publication also includes a number of half tone engravings from the Adelaide Obser ver including the following the Oil painting of col. Light by himself. Col. Light House at the Barton. The old Monument Iff Light Square covering col. Light grave As it stood Origi Nally and just before demolition. The new Monument erected to his memory in the place of the old one. Ceremony of unveiling the speak ing and showing on the right the stand occupied by the pioneers. Erecting the Monument hoisting the main column. And ? the same in position. Price sixpence. Postage extra one Penny in Australia two Pence abroad. W. K. Thomas & co. The Register office june 24, 1905. 175o th3 gbs3r7er, illustrated. The Best family paper. Circulates throughout the Commonwealth. Current event freely illustrated. In addition to the news of the world Given in readable form every Branch of sport is dealt with by expert writers. Matters of interest to the agriculturist the pastoralist the Home. The ladies Page. Bead Ariel society letter. Sporting notes by Mostyn coursing Cricket football Lacrosse cycling motor rowing Bowling Awn Tennis chess and homing notes. Ready on thursday. Price four Enoe. From newsagents. The observer \ illustrate published weekly contains the news of the world 4/6rper Quarter 16/ per annul paid in Advance May be obtained from agents throughout the Commonwealth or from the head Ollice Grenfell Street Ade Laide. Idle thoughts by Jerome k. Jerome author of three men in a boat paid Kelver a. The proprietors of the Register have secured the South australian copyright of an entertaining and comprehensive series of articles by the above named popular and racy writer. The second article will appear on Friday july 21, Robinson Patent Barley with Muff an heal baby food

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