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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - February 1, 1901, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia shipping. Thae Ball Bau dropped at la. 0m. 0s. January a comp coding to lib. 30m. Jamar 30, Green vice mean time. Semi bore. Feb Narr a Low water. L l30 . Biga water a a Botved. Jansury is. Wou Oum Stop nor. 1c7 Ion. Janis Sim. Nus a. From Sydney january a Meiboom filth. La Sensner in c. Al i non miss Wright r. L. Beddome a. Of. And u. Orwell. E. A. A cider �. M. Ulii. In. And Mitau Sparka Ilia. J. I. Us Mut Halliday. . J. Thompson. Hunt a. And 1. Bennett Muur to Ilion. Signor Rode Usu t. 0. Spil ditto. In Uri Iton and Cut Librich or. Jav Len and Daubur in the Aloon Al in of jct and Cabin and men route. Adelaide company a eels. I Nulta. B.iuj., jh ions w. L. Broun mat Ter trom Mel bound l living try from Sydney or and we curl re or. J. Dunn Ili braver or. Luik. I Ali vaster and Mae. Al Milb Wick ill Vivan i. Gardiner the my pcs Kay 3and Muo either. From Melbourne i Lloyd. Elder pc Mich. And co., agent. Irno Sator submit. 3 3 Tow. C. Anderson. Lucr. My cult porn. Pan Tengen in. Peat a. Mix Tuyor or. Peak cock. U. Llan Rke. F. G. Luw a. And w. Cook in tie Saloon. Carso in iou Pis inn us i Oki tar. � ton Lead. Us Haji l---R.R-. -.11 Loc Tom. Tons a Mitnic 3 allot Snetro. Tia. And i arg i entity sundries. Cere Steamer As loot j. Ger main master from i . Jota com if. St nor 7s Tou. J. U. Wendenon Mailer ram Audru an. I too Steamer 1si tons. E. L. Bar leu Mas act. Rum Editn Bun. I. C. To Flor. Kerb 33 tens. J. Bishop a to. Roth a to Acup to slice. Ketch is ton. Jan Teri mgr Nus Tvr Fram Ninx Sui. . Ketch to tone. John taint no itch in i i on u ukr need. Projected departures. Kor London. Tonu doric for Briary on i. T Ebury 7 Sii runs. About Karl Ruaro a China. February h Zizcu. I Bruard i is Rowlon. Lurins february Arcadia Fenburr a Wilcannia. About Fet Ruaro ii Aruba. March 7 Leoana. Man a u Hector done air cd Austral. March 21 Britannia june a Monrian. April 4 Ralia. April a Vitcha. April ii Ore Ite. Turins april for Bremen. Dar Nuttli. February it Fried Nch Der Wrasse. March 1c Prim by font Lait Pold. April 13 Weimar May 11 Karlsruhe. June a. Far Ewt London. Algoa Bay. And Cape town. . Fenbury i. For Java port. A Bare. February a. I or Naul and Cape town. N a runs. About feb nary 13 Avil Macnia. About february is Warrigal a Rakonca and Makool. To follow. For Evir. Fenbury s3 australian. Ianh a Vule de a clout april 30 i Olvo oks. May 1-. For mrs Bouroff Sydney and for Eland ports. Marlon. February Kol Oor lip. Of diary i paroo a Surv a Bunin tone. To Briary in for Western . February 1 Nam cab. February 4 Coolgardie february a my Iii Snurr a ii in Kris not 11 Bunnyon pc Druary i. &v1led. January a Himalaya. B.m.&. Fir in woo. Paen Fri or. And mrs. Summer. Or. . Your. Or. J. Miami Williams. Or. Morn. . And kids Mcmillan and miss Crawford. For Marwill a. V. A. Goldt worthy. Or. And or. G. In Tal Lin. Or. In Bradford. Met. J. And a Willums. Ker Colombo or. And in. Koe. For fran Antle or. Cd in. J. Parr. Or. Lint. Or. Awl mrs. C. A. Mood. My. And mrs. A Eddu and child. In to Tor in ilium. . G. A. Cowle. Or. A. Mr., and i 3�lm n. Or. And mrs. A. U. Heroine child and raid. Or. And mrs. Bowman. A refers. Walter James 13.i r. W. Toll. Rev. Or. Paton. Nurse Balry even. Flor. W. A. And matter cowl. Miss ukr. Or. Kew and infant. Mar. A. B. Sri ruin. L w. Ralford. Port out. Stilb. Murray. Cornelius. Paft. Schwin. Blitz. Rydland Logout or f. Kail. A. Ii. Brwn and the Kinchl lion. C. C. King Stan mar. Moron and infant. Ami mint Hal far. Mcton. R. Ronnie. R. Kali a t. , \. I Onia. Nolan f. Furman. And ii. So Elvrd. ? Itra Niina. Ketch Lor Ardro a. Allty Tionta. Ketch or and main. It cd Ramer for Ian Brj. Comrie a mar fur Ardrossan. Exports. January 0l Hia Alj a r.m-. For a Nikon 7 Liluis. K or casks inc is Hale i caller. T exc Nidd Lery. 1 lie. 1 do. Prin no Nutter. Fur Karrais Bee 3 Hadj. Wise. For Bombay i by is. 3t i Jav Vine. 1 Cie Sample. For a Ira 3 cast Ami ill 4 co. To Mouad. 5 Rin sir. For Colombo i can compound 1 in a am or. J is. Leather. Al strau.\.\. Fri Boule. Arri cd Jansury 31 or Ocuin. La Oci it Iredale. Lia burc Lal the leak Luck indie and Arau Atu Sydney. Sailed Janu Ary i Perthshire. London. Britannic sew Zea onnus. An Danu and lure Olaul Sydney cd of. Usu Oineon Ruiu. New Zraunig. Sydney. Arris no Januar 51 Sarant a Yoko Hiiri ii. Is. Pc pain. Western Australia farm a in Barm in Kunu. New York Iio Oah. A Lluri Snow and Hurc tas Delapia Bay Tai xon. La Kaskons. Smiled january 31 a Ojalla Iljin. Japan Bir Lucate Nuu Meo. Conle. Arrived january 31 Brisbane. Melbourne balms my. Port Naul Mart la. Bru Yin. Is Ilerd Johnary 1 Krama. Java Balsa in. Port Pirie City of Adelaide Honolulu Vutuc. Honolulu. Brisbane. Arr Ioctl january 31 War rim. Bur Ejli and Airlie. Sydney Kun Nonam int Champ toe ban on town Tille. Bailed january 31 be to of Tyror London. Maryh Otousa. Uriel january 31 Eurim Bla Bris race. Sailed january a Llop Ewt us Ira to. Of i Bay. Soiled january 31 Peregrine town Vilu. . Arrived january 31 Adelaide Clint. Sailed january 31-Chingtu. Town Rise. Caimi arrived january 31 Aramar Brif Nane. Cooktown. Sailed january 31 Merrie Conj and Cairns. Thursday Wand. Sailed january 50 Marana and Najr Shire. The the. Conk tows. Sailed january 9- Tyrian. Sydney. Albany. Sailed january 30 Amer soul Cape Tetra. Tut ports. Port Pine. Kintol january 31 Era item or. For saw Custus via ports. Carsi 80 tons Ful Hidei. Silpa Iov cup oration u3 tons Ore. Air Anlian 31r Ai in Many. Ear not. Bane. For . Canso it by bags wheat 35j tons fruit palp w. R. Care and co. King Sion. Arrived january 31 Andrle. Staimer Ruri port Adelaide. Sailed january 31-Argyle, in a Bead Inoru Rivers. Of Lars. Arr red january so Milan Menin or. Murray Bride. Arrived january 30 1yr�, a Jenum. Magnum. Arr red january 30 asap he town. Sailed Jan airy 30 Tyro. Momy arrived january 3d nimm Ren Mark. River Levels. To following flows the mate of the Rivers above summer level at the places at 9in. On thursday. January 31 gym Dalai i it. B in papa waca. 1 c 0 in. Hay 7 in. Bal Ruvold. I in go Dopa. Low Mun Midi. 1 t. Id in. Mosil. Kwh namoi. I it Baryon. 1 it. I n. Ecu Ina. Tor Bourke. 5 it. 7 in. Above Aad 1 i. Below Weir loot i it. 4 in til a. Low Wilcannia. I it. 3 in men indie. 1 in. 5 in. Poco Carit. Low Wentworth. 0 in. Albury s in. Wahn nyah. 4 in Swan Hill. 10 in. Enston. I Overland Corner 1 it. 5 in. Morgan 3 it re Reark 1 it. 7 is. It Isles of passage to Soith als tall vex old Fob Post Adelaide. Steamers. Aug sure. 4.upm Antwerp. Us Surrey i.104, from Lundon. 63. Arcadia. R.1ls .0c3, to London 36. Oft Clarh 5jt�i, to Antwerp 31. Imin cruel 3.cs, pm sew York. 31. Lipohar. 3.7w, in new York. 31. Frederick Der Cruse. Cili. La jes fan Bremen Kuzic Mso pm Liverpool ii. -.tubu. Ejli s.ss7. To London. 2s. Oul of Taranto u.u1, pm Liverpool s Vema. ,6u3. Pm London �1 Zwi Iitto. 3,573. Pm London 15. Atu iral. K.m.&. Iii. To London. In Ilicich j6t, to live pol 11 sailers. Vondel. L362, pm Liverpool. 07. County of Anc Tava to a Liverpool. S3. Kufus e. Wood is. Pm Che Maimu a. Klufi. 1jo. Pm Sun Ivaal. 76. Loco a ii. Pm Chr Vaiania 76. Doo. 1.113. To London. 72. Loch Carron. Iuta. Pm Glasgow. 70. Muzereus. 1.671. Pm Canton. X. Kapiro. 1.019, pm san Francuck u. Bacon Indium. 2.000. Pm London 4i. . Pm Cardiff. 44. Xun. ,415. Pm Chr Tiania. 43. Uvelio. L43s, pm puget sound 4l Luh run nun. L.1s3, pm Cla gov u. Ubly Bod 1,477. Pm Liverpool. Fob port Pixie. Sailed. Cay of Hankow , to port sound 101 we item Monarch. 1.315. Pm Baltic Lettl Euton. Jifa. Pm Hall wry 68. La dote. 2cl. To Barr. 33. By Uin Hill. 2,434, pm Barry 13. Weald do 1,01c. Pm Lia burp 13. For Wallaroo. Sailer. Sade. 001. Pm Gray s Harbour. 113. Vessels on passage from South aus Tabuas oct. From port Adelaide. Steamers. Maori King. S.s07, Tor London via South Africa Bun Sanc. Kijoo for London via South Africa in afric la is. Or London via South Africa 2l Transvaal Ifor Dunkirk. 43. . Z.4, or London 41. 1 Didari. 3.im4 pm London k. Bloc Montein. 2,74a, for London. 4. Fth Retro a. 10.70v. Fur Bremen. 4l Omro . &3i. Or Looden. J6. Woolloomoo lbs 31, for London via Soui Africa. I. South australian. 4.014. For London 34. Daiuto. 2.742. For London 3x Yil Ioria r.m.s., 6.js7, for London 29. Mortlake. 2.64s. Or Natal i. Orono flils., 7jhz, or voodoo s. Home r.m.&, 5,545. Or Goodou i. Sailers. Leturc we. Toe for London s6. Castle 1.435, for London 50. Cut or Holme. Sitf. Or London. Olivia. 443, or Muse Bay. K carib Laona 5s9. Lor Cape town 13. From eur Caston. Suler. Martini Johanna. 1juo, or London.fb0u port a Costa. Sailer. Euphrates. 173. For ninth. 39. Dieppe Daue. Co. For London a. Fairport 1s7. Tar a Raonel 2l from port Pirie. Steamers. Saint Roland. 3.050. Or Elesmere port st. Florence pile. 338. For Natal ii. Sailers. C Richards. To for pert Sou 133. Adele. S37. Or Cape town is. Jeanne a arc 1.13, for st. Klaire. 42. Cost India. Tea. For Cape town. 46. Tule de Rouen. 1.125. For st. N Zaire 43. Be auras. Lob for Channel. 33. From port Cermet. Steamer. Bea Drika. I Silor Malta. . So. From Wallaroo. Sailed. ? Gratia. 1.475. For Algua Bay 2e. Admiral de co Roulier. 1.7m. For Channel 14. Collingwood 07, for Capo town in m1scellamsou& the Steamer Wolk mro rom Sydney and Mel Bourne reached tin aug Norago at &3u on thurs Day. Captain Situ reported that on wednesday tour nine at & a child of three yen. Daub Rater of a. Euard a Iba Knprr fur Western Australia died. Prior to coming on Board the Steamer the child was1 suffering from in Nobial pneumonia. The Woi Lowra proceeded up the River but no one was permitted to Loal non slim tic visit of the health officer Buu with by Telephone. The we Lowra left Melbourne wharf at . On Jamar 27, and pawed Cape Jarvis at 2.s5 . A tie 5ia. She Hall line weather to Cape Bank thence a Strong Qutb Wen wind and heavy Sel. A sex nusted Behouner. For the first tune since tie Days ,4 the great Eastern a cart of the six masted Type arrived in the Harbour of new York on december it the vessel in question was the Tab Kanrr tier get w. Wells which was recently finished at the bran shipyards in Comden. Me. Be is the for to six misted Iling vessel to rec ivc a Rcpt by in America or any other country. When by was toward up North Biver to her berth at i pier. We Luyken nays the sew York time he attracted much attention her spick and upon appearance making her tie Avit attractive of the Many picturesque Craft that durin reign Tan bavi arrived at this port. At first when her launch Imp was effect Fil and the time of it clip my Ion intr Dir near it was reported on apparently c a authority that her masts instead of bring Namol to tar nomenclature of Tho 13, were Ial numbered and tar of Desic cation dropp.-. When Thi report reached tax raw of her Rici Parr. Tape. Jack can War. I lost no time in Antoum ins that like the great in Stern. The most of lir Welb would lip known a follow Fremut. Mainmast Miza Elmast. Spank armast. Jio Renna. And drive Man to. When her proposed was Amon nil the arc grrr mane Tonert Terr Ai to her no table Mac xxi. Ohl Kipper who for or hrs had Ern sailing the is and Kern. Try thought Vrr thins. My firm f in. Mann Tel with crafts of All kind or reared that i be failure of the or arts re Wai a for Rcv Monr Liun. Shr was too pkg for a sail ing . Thru Sid. Bejoile. Re a thin after Clinst auction of a in no Tel Joho Oner bad up to that time Hern thu Ghl of. Bat All the Provlic Cit hate t rated in Tow and not Oil 4i�t the Wells Carrr thu Eirp of a steam ppr Pleil or re of Trace dimension hut Mic aug Tran in Rex it from Pott to port with a Speed that a be a or edit to Many a steamship now trading on the at Ami. Her dime Ioos an a r. And ii in. Of the keel and 445 Orr All. Her boat it it. And a in., and be Rawi is i. She Lia. Two full Dirks. With a Pnno 4 it Derp. Ami a set of beams in the Tower in for want if Ord with harming. Ami fore and aft Kie. Lorr Nimr i White Nak the Moth it. And ill tier planking and Mealins Honl Pinr. The ear Bard Are s in. Think and the other planking 0 in. 8pcoial . Donaldson Andrews it company importers and general drapers22, 3rujujjxjb respectfully notify that their establish ment will be closed the whole Day on saturday february 2nd. The funeral. Out of a pct to her late majesty Queen Vic Oria the following compute will suspend All from 11 to 1l30 . On Satu Khay. And Keb Nurr the cats Candiac for 30 minute her Ever they May then happen to be Adelaide and suburban Tramway company Emited. Adelaide Unley and Witcham Tramway com any. Limited. Adelaide and i adarsh Tramway company Jim Ute Parkside Tramway company limited. Adelaide and Hyde Park Tramway company. Emited. Adelaide Payne Ham and i Radii Tramway of company. Adelaide and Goodwood Tramway company. ? 3t3 my establishments will be closed of saturday All Day of account of the funeral of her Host gracious majesty Queen Victoria. And there will be no delivery of heat. W. Kither Adelaide. Open every Friday by Suiso until 9 o clock. ? an 2 a. Government 3 per cent. Stock a free of income tax Price at the Treasury to Day. With interest from 1st december 1900, �100 � �95. Lays and lyrics a Tounie of poems by the late Morgan hawke8. Price 2/6. Fay be had from All far principal bookseller in the City. 3s8e b. Bennett flu bes me practice on mox Day february 4. 3u or. Fred Eskell Utt menu. It tar Mauk bag was is ? item d. 6. Sands share broker so. 8, broken Hill Chambers ens whim st. Onto by wire pro Apuy attended to. Etta we tas. Manning land and share broker. Temple Chambers. Currie Street ? Lam we Cockle s pills. ? for bile. Cockle s pills. For liver. Cockle s pills. ? ? for acidity. Cockle s pills. ? for heartburn. A Odd is pills. ? for indigestion Cockle s pills. ? for sick headache. Cockle 8 pills. A in use everywhere. Cockle s from Mercury. Cockle s use Over 94 years in boat at is. Us sum 4s. A us and st. Of . The Australasia a the Federal illustrated weekly. This week s illustrations inel Nde Lees a memorial service. Splendid photographs at the exhibition. File views of the Imperial troops 03 the March. The King and pc sex of sex Clad in fancy dress a of All newsagents. Price sixpence. Wholesale from w. C. Rugby. 74, Kins William Street and r. A. Thompson k co. Advertisements retired by w. C. Bigby h. Sun poo and w. A powder. 30whfse the Day of Monning. Noh-pubuoat1n the Everi inc Jou Bwl to Morrow Bavins been fixed for the funeral of her a Vloto Itla and Aleo As a Day of general mourning the publication of the evening journal will be omitted. The double num Ber of the journal will be publish to Day instead of to Morrow As usual. I i weather reports ax1 forecasts. Forecast of probable weather from Tea radar afternoon ull1iday Nijst. Issued at l30 pm. On Thun Day South Australia. Fine the one. Trade nature ring. warm away trom South coast line. Light South to East winds and Sta breezes. Smooth sea. Victoria supplied by or. P. Baracchi Fine generally. South West and South wind. Light in land to fresh on South East coast. Sea moderate to slight. New South Wales supplied by or. It. C. Rarell. Unsettled with tour thunderstorm showers on the South coast. Variable winds Obiedy southerly. Western. Australia supplied by or. W. E. Cooke Fine and warm to hot throughout. The depression which famed South of us Early Yoke Day morning is moving rapidly eastward and now Lay. Between Tao Cania and Southern new Zea Lead. All Over the Southern Paru of Austral. East from the bight the barometers have risen Rahily. And the weather is generally one under oath wot and South East winds Only a Slick Sprinkle of rain falling in Tasmania As the disturbance Pas a. A moderate area of Hufh Baro Treter now Roveri the great Bis tit. Whilst we have relatively Low pressure with High temperatures in land and Orer Central and Western Australia. The a Cather Ben will gradually become warmer. Charles Todd. Government astronomer. Meteorological. January 25-31. Statement of the Atmo Sprenc pressure temperature rainfall and state of the weather registered at the Adelaide Nowr Latorr during the past seven Days at the noun mentioned i Hart temperature Lla a Date 3 thtrm3 in. ? weather. 1p.m. M him. Mia pm. Lsun.shd-1 i 9.65155.7 90j 78.1 a. In. Sultry. Sat. 629.74i4as 8t. 74.71 0j1 son. I27,jaoai37.� 77.71 a 6, 0.01 ,a.,pl-e4t. Uon. Mos Iao 8s.s Suffi , tue. E�fll6�l49a 96.k s8.k clr.,, wed. 8l0 6s.9 , Elmr. Jal82ll35.3 77.4 83. ,. Memo. The barometer is re wed and corrected to 32 Des. Fohr., but it is not reduced to sea level. The temperature and rainfall Are for the 21 noun preceding the time of registration. Tic weather column relates to the condition of the weather at tic tune of observation Only. Mail notices. Great Britain. February 7 Vul Suez . , 11.10 a to. Newspapers and Urgil ten a letter. Hu5 in late letter. G.p.o., 1115 ., Adelaide railway Sutton. Li30 ., Pott Adelaide Uail War station. Li-4i . Bri Tish and foreign parcels Post per the above Stea Mer closes at the . 10.45 Era. Mail due in London March 10. Up. February 23via san Francisco. 3 . Late be �30 pm. Morey order to to state. �30 pm. Up. February 10 Darmstadt 11.15 . Up. February 23 Yah Jupille. An and Iwic. 10.15 . Natal and Cape Colon s.3i ., to riot Dulc february 53 to Melbourne the nce per Beira. February 13 about naming. New Ai staua Hara Suay february 3 pin. new Era land. New tales Only. This Day 3.30 ., to Sydney. Thence per unil Behic. Samoa awl other South sea Isu Oxos. February 4 3j0_p.m., to Sydney. Thence per first Opportunity. Flu Felir uary 4 x30 ., to Sydney thence per fint Ora to mity. Auckland Sod Wrux cos. Rebr Arr 43.30 ., to Sydney. New . February 3 a Over Undt Mei Bourc. Str.\1ian and Zee 130 -. To Melbourne. Honolulu and Vancoulter s Island i clod ins America february 25-3 pm. Late use i 3j0 to Sydney thence per meow Era. Wes ters Al Day Wol Lowra la . February to . Oriya. 11.15 a in. A Brocman. February a James comrieu0 am. Stansel Ceres, 8j0 . Kangaroo James Cherie. 6.30 pm. Edit burc. February 2 Larooka 0.30 . Eucla. February 19 6.30. A.m., via port Lncoln. Fowler s Bay. Fehr Arr 1.45 a port Neom. Frank us. Harbour thu Day ferret 6.45 via Wallaroo. Ood Nadatta Charlotte Waters. Auce Spry pcs and Arl Tosca. Thu Dit-a.45 via Ood Nadatta. Her Al Vns Birl this Uay-c.45 xm., via Doodna ditto. Sort piers territory. Fehro Ait 4 3.30 Overland to Sydney. Port Vincent. February Ceres. S.30 an. Port lev cold. This Day ferret. 1.43 . Up. Indicates that mails must be specially marked. Weekly Calendar. February a 3. Days of the sex Moon add i to j ? 1? 1 ? dial or Jhb. We. . Lists. Seta j Tiaw ? m i . Sva. M. A s4 3 so. 5 39 i j 21 643 4�7 306 i 3l s40i7s0 7s2 5ss 30 t 36 6 to. 5 41 7 19 7st ? a 396 37 i 0 w. 1 5 45 i 7 is b 22 7 is 31 6 3$7 the. 5 n i 7 17 8 53 s 41 m 4 39 8 f. 5 44 i 716 j 92 ? 17 30 t 8. I 5 4i 1 7 15 9 55 10 41 �3� to pet Standard time. .\stronom1cal Phenomena. Full Moon on Fenbury 4. At 1 am. On february 3 Mercury net Al 7.52 pm. Venus rises at Usu . Mars Risca at 8.46 . Jupiter rides at ii . And Saturn rises at 3.8 . R or metrical read Lvcas. The following table has been constructed front Obert Atiim recorded in this office for every six hours Durins the last three Days and Tor this morning. Be Juht above Sta level. 147 it 3 . 9 . 3 . 9pja tuesday ? 98 29.77 29.70 so wednesday a �-5rt 2-.g5 s.i3 thursday ? io.72 29ji 291 29ls5 note. Barometer Ojo stationary at 2 o clock this Roo Nina dear. Special notice. Announcements of births marriages and deaths not exceeding five lines Are inserted once each in the resister the observer the even ing journal and special summary prepared Tor transmission to England Lor the Safe Craige of half a Crown extra lines 6d. Each. The name and address of the sender must in All cases be Given. Births. the i6th january at Walkerville read East Adelaide the wife of w. E. Pearce of a son. We Nesberg. On the 16th january at Wool Gar Western Australia the wife of . Women Ber. Of a Ion. Marriages. the 16th Janu Ary at the residence of the Bride s Mother. Second Avenue by the Rev. Alfred Bonner Ralph r. It. Ekin Smjth to Hilda Marsom youngest Daugh Ter of or. J. In Buttfield. Uesel Wendt. On the 241b january at st. John s Church by the Rev. Canon Hopcraft assisted by the Rev. R. W. C. Dempster. Or. Erich Leo of Dresden. Germany to Alice eldest daughter of j. M. Wendt of Cal Enorst Wakefield 4tkct. Deaths. the 31st january at Chapel Street Kensington. John Only ton of John and Listie Binnie of Mena Murtie Lueannia. Xaw., aged a Yean. the 28th january at the Tele graph station Alice Springs Central Australia Ernest to Barman. Youngest son of Thomas Brad Shaw of High Street. Windsor Victoria and von Ntxo brother of t. A. Bradshaw Mot Alice Springs aged s. ,. Kisher. On the 31st january at med die. Euice Helen infant daughter of c. Hettey and Helen Fisher aged 5 months. the 2snd january at her late Resi Dence Auburn Jane relict of the Ute John place leaving one son at Murst Bay and one. Daughter. Or. A. E. F. Kirkbright of Auburn aged a years 8 months. Arrived in the Colony in 1s5l in be Moriau. Martin. In affectionate remembrance of our oar father Thomas Martin who died at Wuhu a on february 1, 1900. Gone but not forgotten. Inserted by his Loving sons and daughter. The Hassey Harris Bie Yete depot secondhand bicycles of Imeon alled rain. Offend for the holidays at prices Aad tens to suit the most limited income. Items upwards. Massey Harris Cycle depot Klu Infa shares bought and sold. Monet Lent Ashlee King ask i kept in Aux chmbkk8, Pixie fat ?. ? ? Tum novelties. Rat presents Aee ajuuy1sg by every Kail Yoti Obs to Adelaide should not tall to is met the thousands of Bra attral sad Stu est jew Curry. Watches. Star rat Laal Henraat. F. Basse s �2 and 94, bundle Street. Stanley Burgundy. Sole agents Randall & Bou Gaut 7l int. W1lliam-Stbeet. Index to Ayek sements. Nge. No. Amusement to ? 8 merchandise ? 1 auctions. 8 mining ? 2 Board and lodging. 8 wanted 8 business notice. 2,7 Money ? 8 Busi Nasea or Sale municipal and Dis or wanted ? 1 strict councils. 3 3ydej, pc ? 8 offices to la ? 8 Carrien ? 1 patents and Trade Zompanis k societies t Marks. ? s drapery and cloth persons wanted. A ing ? u properties for Sale 8 Edo Eaton ? t properties wanted. 8 sectoral not Cej. 2 Public notices. S funeral notices. 2 publications and Sta Tori us & seeds men. 8 Tio Ncry ? 1 Bones. Cattle. Be religious Youces. S niches ? 5 supine ? 1 hotels and Botzau Shea sons wanted 8 rants ? 8 special Advt. 4 insurance notices 2 to let ? 8 lost and found. 8 tenders ? 8 be Al notices ? i wanted to buy ? 8 machinery ? 8 wanted to sell. ? medical ? 8 Adelaide Friday february 1, 190l a Jubilee of Gold. The Jubilee of the great octorian Gold discoveries will occur this year and. In May last a committee was a Noin cd at Bondio to arrans for a mme Morruon of the event by noid no an exhibition on a Large scale. On the question of what City or town in Australia possesses a special right to represent the Good mining Industry Many different opinions would be expressed and divers conflicting claims ovum be urged. Ballarat for instance. A i doubtless feel in some degree that it Bas been forestalled by the smart ind enterprising Folk of Bendigo. His tory dearly records that on the Banks of the Yarra Wec Creek where Ballarat ii or stands 10,000 people were already assembled and fortunes were being Roade at the time when old Bendigo the Shepherd who had been nicknamed after a celebrated British prizefighter picked up aur Ferous Stone on the i Ravenswood run on tic site of the listing prosperous City of Bendigo. In the same line of reasoning it might be argued that cast Mainc the one time mount Alexander diggings would take precedence of Bendigo be Muse in september 1851, it had about 8,000 men working on its alluvial de posits whereas the Rush to Bendigo did Dot set in until tic next month. It is also Well known however that Esmond who received the government Reward for the discovery of payable Gold in Victoria did not make Bis find at either of those places but at dunes which is still a Good mining Centre. If Mere priority is to be the test the Date of the actual discovery of Gold in Australia will take us Back to a time which renders the Jubilee already a matter of history. Prof Ewor Menic found Gold in South Australia about 1s40 in 1819 Captain re Fry was extracting the precious Metal from alluvial Drift in the mount Barker District and the discovery for which Hargreaves received his Reward from the new South Wales govern ment was made in february 1851, in the Bat burst District of that state. Bendigo however outstripped All its rivals among the Goldfields of 1s5l within a few weeks after it bad been discovered by the pugnacious Shepherd it bad attracted not less than 40,000 persons. It was on the Bendigo Creek that lord Robert Cecil now the mar quis of Salisbury and prime minister of England tried Bis Luck for a Short time As a Digger in 1852 and it May fairly be added that there were Many other men in the same locality at that Date whose chances of making a great Mark in the history of the British Empire seemed about As Good As those of the Noble Marquis. From first to last Bendigo Bas yielded Gold to the value of about one Hundred Mil Lions Sterling and that fact in itself is enough to establish the claim of the City to Sana As the representative or the Good mining Industry developed a Otoria. The country Rock of Tun neighbourhood with its seemingly in terminable series of Saddle reefs appears to approach More closely to the inexhaustible character of the Rand than any other Goldfield of Australia. At present Bendigo which has somewhat erratically reverted to its former name after having Long been known As Sandhurst is a handsome City of about 40.000 inhabitants who enjoy the reputation of being the most Active and enterprising Good mining Community in this part of the world. In the year 1s51 Bendigo was a wilderness of uninteresting Flats and Stony rises sparsely wooded with a species of in picturesque Dwarf gum tree. In 1001 it is a splendid City and it is difficult for the visitor who walks along pall mall the principal business Street to realize the extent of the transformation which Bas been witnessed within the space of 50 years. The victorian Gold Jubilee. Exhibition is to be opened next november in n Atilo of in Imine Tri Ilch will my. Prise the urge City markets porno of the town Ball and a series of extensive annexes and All will be set in a space of four acres the major portion of which will be under roofs. The Vic Torian government and die City of Bendigo have Given subsidies and these with subscriptions and Guaran tees will form a sum sufficient to ensure a Good measure of Success. But of course one of the principal recommendations enjoyed by this unique exhibition will consist in the fact of its being tie first truly interstate Exposi Tion to be opened after. The inauguration of the Commonwealth. The an Road hmm free interchange of All aus Lauan manufactures and products though it will hardly be in operation it the Date of this exhibition will Dace enterprises of this description in i altogether new Light so far As the id vantages of the various states taking met in them arc concerned. It is of ittle use for one state to invite another to exhibit at its shows if its Tariff is arranged on lines which practically ensure tic futility of such a proceeding. At Bendigo the exhibition will be divided into five sections of which that devoted to mining will be the chief. The other four divisions trill respectively accommodate austra Lian produce science Art and Educa Tion. Loan pictures will be sent from \dela1de, Melbourne and Sydney and i special Effort will be made to encourage australian artists by an offer to buy paintings if any should prove suit Able for the City collection. Regard ing the mining Section the utmost con Odence May be Felt that it will be in the highest degree representative of the Best australian methods of extract ing Gold. One of the most interesting of the working exhibits shown at the great Paris exposition was a Complete Gold milling and extraction Plant with Breakers Stamps plates Cyan Ding vats and smelting Furnace All exactly As employed on the Rand. Simi Lar machines and apparatus in use will be displayed at Bendigo and the Dia mond Drill will be kept Boring through rat the whole term of the exhibition which will probably be about six months. To enumerate even a few among the leading object of interest in this Section would occupy More of our space than we can afford. It is sufficient to say that at Bendigo. The Foremost Goldfield of Victoria there will be a show of Good mining appliances such As has not been collected in this Quarter of the world on any previous australian exhibitors will doubtless be represented chiefly. By wines and produce of various kinds. The claims of the Vic Torian Gold Jubilee exhibition to the attention of exhibitors will be ably urged during the next four months by or. G. V. Allen the Well known journalist who has been appointed Gene ral Secretary and who intends to visit die various states in turn. Among the considerations which weigh in its favour one of the most important is that to which reference has already been made the Early Advent of inter state free Trade which ought to make australian manufacturers and producers feel that they Are More or less interested in every truly australian exhibition. Some risks to health. A serious danger to the Uduc Neavin was recently brought under the no Tice of tic sanitary authorities of port Adelaide by their medical officer who is a zealous Sani Wynn. In thu owes f poisoning had been observed by or. P. Bollen and in conjunction with or. C. Bollen As officer of health he had traced them distinctly to the eating of tinned meat and fruits which had been dealt with in an unscrupulous manner. The tins bad been perforated evidently with the object of permit Ting the escape of bad gases generated through decomposition and the holes had been soldered up and pasted Over. I be ignorance As Well As the Lack of honesty and of common humanity Dis played in this proceeding is appealing. The object of Enjo gang such articles of food As meat and fruit in hermetically sealed tins is to create in the lat Ter a vacuum by the condensation of team after the last Hole in the recep Tacle a been finally soldered. If gases accumulate inside the presumptions arc that the elements of decay have started before the tinning process was. Begun and Attiat the whole mass is unfit for human consumption. The swelling of the tin which ought in every Case to be plainly under Atmos Thorit. Or Mimi hmm Tho rms Lifto. Usually gives warning to the intending or Chaser but by the Tricky device of puncturing tic sides of the vessel the extra gases can be allowed to escape and until a fresh accumulation forms from the rapidly proceeding decomposition of the food no suspicious signs will be perceived., a Chance is thus afforded for rascally men to get rid of the noxious stuff and to save them selves the loss of a few shillings by endangering the lives of their fellow creatures. To Dell tinned Poison As wholesome food and to farther this design by removing the Only indications which might arouse the suspicions of the Public Are truly in Fernal exercises of ingenuity which endanger not Only the pub Lic health but also the Trade of every person interested in the Indus tries of tinning and Selling meats or fruits. While complimenting the health authorities of port Adelaide on the commendable Zeal displayed i this matter we must also express the Hope that it May soon be found practicable to extend the provisions of sanitary Legisla Tion not Only to ports themselves but also to the vessels which visit them. Many of the hygienic rules whose importance the discoveries of die past decade have emphasized Are peculiarly applicable of die Cabinet and confined spaces in which people have to live when on Board ship. The germs of consumption As Well As of some Wymo tic diseases undoubtedly adhere to the Woodwork of a ship and when berths have been occupied by diseased persons they Are unfit for further use until the most rigid cleansing processes prescribed by sanitary science have been applied to them. It is a Well recognised fact that some of the sailing vessels and steamers which visit Australia carry As passengers numerous consume Tives who Hope to Benefit from die sea air and die Long rest of the voyage. In some cases great care is taken to ensure die perfectly sanitary condition of All Woodwork by the fresh painting of every Cabin and berth at die end of each voyage. This however is not an invariable practice and in the interest of the Public health some authority should have Power to enforce die same measures of precaution As Are prescribed in the new health act of sooth Australia to be carried out after a consumptive patient has been removed from any private Bouse. Shierlaw s railway hug. 10/t. La. 13/ 15/6. 17/6. Tss5/ Plush Carriage rugs 18/s. A 21/, to 87/6 Fob bus in frat but engr glad store bags 22/6, 25/6. 21/6 to57/6am bags. 7/6. Is. 10/6, to 21/6 bit straps 9d., 1/, 1/f, to 8/9 16 & 1$, he lev st. Look out Fob. Miss Lipan Turner s Story Felise m. Tows Roumal Gil bits dry Gin. A healthy Sti Mukant. Semb Frieml. In Dis Basss of an Uaima cams among fuss engus Mackerel Choice go Kach. Herrings. Ger 6d tin. Herrings 1g58fd8id tin. Salmon Cuilla 6�d tin. Salmon 7idtin. Our Burts i he met win Uusi 0pmm until 9 o Leok on Noav Mfume Fer Tif Oiw Lihos Mimir cd Towru. Olsbo All Day Satu my on to a Watt of the Pis toral of mor maj to to late Quoon Victoria. The City Cash stores 45, bundle Street. Of Pooh Chariot Bis of. Titt Fau Ludw s pub fluid magnesia the freshest and of its kind in Cne villed As a Medine for ladies and Choren. A in a Tumbler of soda water it to exit heat Camche Lor acidity pc i ii 4c ocelot any other Brand but Raol tic a. An . Scotch whisky � Bol foxy a Tubby us bus but oa8k8. Nom Tab wooo. W. P. Auld & sons eth phots. Latte. Artificial Teeth had opon the latest principles by the London dental Institute Ltd. A fines Mauriala Nat and the Moat Aso Stak. . Abs Ohio satisfaction san wed. . 09lt ado kiss London dental Institute a 111, King we. St., Adelaide msxtdoktaoolud8wtieah�m l a ? ? ?. News of the Day. Saturday s evening journal although there will be no publication of the evening journal on saturday it Den will sob be deprived of the double Issue of that a hot. As it will be a bushed to Day. The big pictures will be of the Ute Signor Giuseppe Verdi and or. Mat thews mayor of Quorn. Two new stories begin to Day Viz Felise by miss Lilian Turner which appears Only on saturdays and caught in the toils by or. Harold child or huh. Will appear in daily instal ments until finished. The journal will con Tain a column of Odds and ends several in Teresias and thrilling articles musical and dramatic notes and Many other items of pedal merest. The period of modern est. The period of mourning in Australia was definitely decided upon by the governor general on thursday when a common wealth Gazette was us roed containing the information that her majesty s subject would not be expected to Wear deep mourn ing after March 6, nor half mourning after april 17 next. Workmen s compensation act. To Clear away any inns apprehension re Garding the Date on which the workmen s compensation act comes into Force the Premier Hon. F. W Holder stated on thursday that there was a clause in the measure which stipulated that it should not be brought into operation before june 1 next. When than Day comes the necessary proclamation will be issued. A South australian detective. Detective Sydney Jones no is sever ing his connection with the South Quatra. Lian police Force to take a position in Knuth Africa has a tar to curly Good record As an investigator of crime. He was born at Cardiff Wales in 1860, and As a lad was apprenticed to learn the engineering Trade but the full term of Bis engagement was not completed. He made one trip from Cardiff to new York in the Steamer Glamorgan and Ihen became a Edl Dier but Wao bought out by his Parent. He came to South Australia in 1s77, and spend his first two years of colonial life in the win growing and Agri cultural industries. After serving for a few Yean in the Survey department or. Jones joined the water police at the age of 21. For six months he was stationed at the Torrens Lake and was then Transfer red to port Spiric and subsequently to port Adelaide. His acuteness and Energy brought him prominently Forward and in 18s7 he was made a policeman in the City. He Rose quickly in the Force and his work earned for him most favour Able references a tic Law courts. On March 1, 1885, he was gazetted second class detective and on february 1, 1896, was made officer. While he we stationed at port Spiric or. Justice Boucaud complimented him at the glad Stone circuit court m the Case Martin v. Smith for assault and robbery to acre Are few men who Are an exception in the Force said tic judge and i am glad to place you at the Bead of those few men for your humane feeling towards your Fel Low creatures. In november 1895, the detective Batin gushed himself at port Pir Vir Toumine from drowning John Bug hcs a Tir Mon belonging to tic Steamer Jessie Darling. At the Gladstone circuit on november 10, 1896, or. Justice Bon Ley brought under the notice of the authorities he Inch approval of the tact of the detective who Tad assisted to rid the country gang of moist dangerous trn finals and recommended that be should be rewarded for his services. Senior in. Spector Hunt in Bis report on this Case referred to the zealous and untiring Energy in payed by detective Jones in his Endea your to get on the track of the offenders which be said he had Seldom or never seen excelled during his Long experience m the police Force and which had resulted in k speedy capture. Detective Jones s name has appeared on Many occasions with favourable mention and the compliments paid to his ability As a crime investigator both by Legal and private gentlemen Are numerous. Stock for Western Australia. The demand for South australian Stock for Western Australia continues. Or. W. D. Crazier of Rock Rook Kaunda twin naft a to Al a this week to or. A. W. Edgar of Strathalbyn Uinam 70 stud ewes and one pedal 80-Gbea ram the Best he has yet sent to Western Australia. Or. Edgar is forming a Merino sheep stud solely of South australian Stock and a cattle stud most of which he has obtained from this state tie also had on Board the Bun Inyong a thoroughbred Colt and Pony stallion from the Kite w. Bladder s estate at Fulham Park. Or. Crazier also sent a 45-Guinea ram to or. Edgar s Nephew or. W. Mckenzie Grant of Newma Zaccara Geraldton who won the championship of the Yard at Geraldton last year with a ram purchased from or. Crazier. Storage of explosives. At the meeting of the Hanne Josara on thursday the question of the storage and handling of explosives was referred to. Some months ago the Marine Board recon u1cuuvu a Lbw Jiu my cum ? ? 9j of storage and on its recommendation �2,000 was placed on the estimates of i899 1000 As a first instalment towards providing an improved system. So far however no thing a been done. The president in a minute to the treasurer suggested that unless some such improved system As was recommended by the Board could be Given effect to it was a auction whether messes. Elder Smith & co., and other importers of explosives could not be allowed to construct their own magazines As was the practice in. Victoria. The treasurer in reply intimated that the whole thing turned on the Rifle ranges which could not be removed and being where they were the Reserve beyond was quite unsuited for the purposes suggested. Was there he asked any other site available the members of the Board regretted that it was thought in Poa Rible to move the Rifle ranges but decided to leave the matter open pending rather enquiries by the president. The inspector of explosives in his report of the condition of the t at port Gawker wrote tint the Hulk was kept in Good order. The Barge Albury had been placed in position and was filled with explosives. It was however an unsatisfactory Magazine for the storage of Nitro Oom Potmas. It was difficult to obtain adequate ventilation and the temperature Rose unduly High. He had directed the Magazine keeper to erect an awning Over the deck and this would no doubt reduce the temperature in. The hold considerably. Although to better Swage accommodation was immediately available it was to be hoped that this temporary method of storage would not have to be made use of for very Ion. New the risks involved were necessarily Morfi greater than those inherent in a Well ordered method. Departure of the mail Steamer. The Himalaya of the p. & o. Fleet left Large Bay for London Early on thursday afternoon after a stay at the Anchorage of nine Horn. It was a delightful Day in the offing and the popular Ocean liner was Large number of people. There were about 150 passengers in the Saloon when the Steamer left including a nume Rous complement for the Western state. Fifteen travellers disembarked at the Sema More and 56 joined the vessel. The Hima Laya had a Large cargo and 500 bags of mail matter. The second number of the Imperial ant 3ok-Wal Magazine and review received ram or. W7 c. Rigby Bas much to Inte rest its readers in motherland and greater sri Iain. Some admirable articles Are writ a by eminent men and Momen. We have received from or. W. C. Ruby he january number of the Windsor Sla Axhie which contains Many interesting Uncle and its usual number of first class Lastra Tjpas. Pride of place is Given. To leaders in the australian common reach with portraits of prominent be Leral Isu. Sir i m. Stanley contributes an itt Raddle article entitled Fields for fun ure explorer we have received the following addition in subscript on towards the fund for Send ing a Wreath to be placed on the Queen s Nave from the women of South austra Lia d. S.,.2/ love 1/6 Codee cd by m. H., 7/6 m. B. And m. Galloway 4/ Edith l. M. Hawker. 2/ s. A. A., two Loyal women and mrs. J. F. Cook each i a. T., 6d. Total to Date �2 13/. The Queen memorial number of the australian Christian Commonwealth contains portraits of Royalty and it is Rich in its contributor. When your blood is out of order take manufactured Fey Geo. Bill & sons. Equal to any imported mandarin is a pleasant tonic Aad when taken with messes. Hall & sons soda water is a most refreshing drink. The sole manuf closers. The medical profession recommend Uthia water for gout rheumatism us kidney complaints. Geo. . & sons Mant fac Iube is carefully prepared and made to strength required. Pure Spring water used in its manufacture. A pleasant refreshing drink. N313fe chaff Best Green Hay Cha Al we an prepared to Supply Best Quality a Hay chaff prompt and Forward delivery. New beanbags always on hand. Price and Par titular Phillis it co., Georgetown motor Power chaff mols. Slot Fol the weather. Sir Charles Todd issued the following forecast on thursday Fine everywhere. Temperature rising. Moderately warm ftw.1. Hmm minol la Etlan tint at am full to East winds and sea breezes. Smooth sea. Or. Anderson of Brisbane predicted South Australia generally Fine to Cloudy. Some showers in Southern regions and Thunder in the North. Northern territory and Central australian hot and dote conditions with intervals of electric disturb ances and partial rain the . Arcadia from Colombo arrived at Fremantle at 10.30 an. On thurs Day and resumed the voyage at 7 pin. A Young Man who gave the name of Hill was placed in an embarrassing Posi Tion at the police court on thursday morn ing. An individual named Best had been summoned to show cause Why he should not contribute towards the support of his child. The summons was served on Hill who accepting it and not knowing what to do thought it Best to attend or. Gor Don s levee. The charge had been read Over and or. Rogers entered the Box to give evidence before Hill uttered a word. Addressing or. Gordon he then said my name is not Thomas Best my same is Hill the Mother of the child was called to identify the father hot she unhesitatingly asserted that the wrong Man had been brought into court. The grandmother was called and she was absolutely positive that the Man was the one she had pointed out to the authorities. The sol. Pointed out How inadvisable it was to proceed with the Case and or. Gray of the state Chil Dren s Council who was conducting the prosecution simply Shook his head and sat Down. There was a temporary silence broken by Hill interjecting i Don t be Lieve in being brought into the court for nothing or. Gordon answered then you had better go away and get some thing and the. Young Man retired Crest fallen. ? at tic meeting of the Marine Board on Thun Day the president reported that the treasurer had approved of the Board s re commendation that �6,650 should be expended in widening port Pirie Channel. Thomas Howard aged 64, living at Vic Toria Park attempted to commit suicide by cutting his Throat on Thun Day. He was removed to the Adelaide Hospital and Early this morning was in a Low condition. Or. Charles Tucker my he for some time been trying to persuade the railways commissioner to Eive better accommodation in the shape of an improved shelter and. For Hie not Teann of Fiah whilst in is waiting at toe Uoo Twa railway station in tuesday of crying or. Tucker bad an inter new of the subject with or. Pendleton who in Tate afternoon sent a reply in the bourse of which he remarked referring to your Strong representations of this morn ing i Promise you that the matter will be it once looked into. While i cannot at pre sent say the nature of the improvements mme fling will be promptly done to toy and meet the wishes of your constituents a novel and what promises to be a successful idea has been introduced in connection with the .a. Sports programme in this state for barter saturday and monday. This u the inclusion of a mile cycling event termed the propaganda stake for which trophies will be offered books of entry forms have been distributed amongst prominent citizens and sent to every Branch of the a nil and it is us bought that at least 500 shillings will be contributed towards the gathering. The meeting follows the Adelaide wheel Bice ind for the four Days the total prize Money will be �500. The Best cycling Talent in Australia is expected to compete. To Day s diary pm Ftp. My Una 1 Sun rises 137 . Sets 7.23 . Moon rises Sjo . Sets so. water. Lojo a. Msj. A pin. 5. Frae Road zoological gardens. ? 12. Davenport chrs. Sle trop. Brick of. Hall. Portland Ward comp. Sodal s. Pirie Char. Land nines yet 8. Trou theatre Vaa deride entertainment. 8. Theatre Royal Uncle ton s cobia exempt nights for Light of vehicles on february 4 ? ? concerning people or. Kingston Federal minister for Trade and customs left by the Himalaya on Thun Day for Western Australia. Where be will Enmore into the working of the cd inn department Texene win be a seat for about ten Days. Among those to see or. Kingston off was the collector of cd torn or. N. Stephens who placed a special Hunch at his disposal. The Bishop of Adelaide right Rev. Or. Harmer returned to Adelaide by the Mel Bourne express on thursday morning. He was welcomed by a Large number of the clergy at North Terrace station. Col. Stuart and col Lovely have returned to Adelaide. They have almost recovered from the effects of the injuries they received As the result of their Accident in Sydney during the Commonwealth celebrations. Captain Wallington. Private Secretary to the governor general has been appointed acting clerk of the Federal executive. Amongst the passengers for Western Australia by the Himalaya is the Rev. Or. Paton of Chalmers Church who is on a three weeks Holiday. If r. And mrs. J. Creswell who have been spending a Holiday in new zealand returned to Adelaide on Thun Day. Inspector c. L. Whitham of the Educa Tion department sailed by the Himalaya on thursday on a three weeks Visi to the West. During his stay he win enquire into the improvements that have been introduced into the local educational system by the inspector general of schools who recently visited London. The mail Steamer Himalaya which sailed rom Lares Bav on thursday afternoon. Naa among Ner passengers a number of Western australians returning from the Commonwealth celebrations in Sydney. Among them were judge and mrs. Hens Man or. Walter James , or. J. B. Koe. . For Perth and the town clerk of Perth. Or. E. Pet Erick. The congregational Union of South Australia decided a its last annual meetings to obtain a portrait in oils of the Rev. F. W. Cox to be Hung in Stow Church Guild room. The committee appointed to give effect to the Resolution or. G. A. J. Webb to paint the portrait and he is congratulated upon the Admi Rable likeness which he has produced of the venerable pastor. Tic portrait represents or. Cox sitting in his study chair and the artist has depicted with lifelike accuracy the. Lineaments of. I Strong and intellectual face. The warm dark drapery which forms the background causes the face to stand out in bold Relief and the Toft Clear Light illuminating it gives a additional distinctness to the features. Mem Bers of the committee of the Union who have viewed the work expressed themselves u being highly gratified with the picture which Wall form a valuable addition to the collection of portraits of pioneers of congregationalism in South Australia which already adorn the Walls of the Stow Guild room. The portrait will be on View at or. Webb s studio Pirie Street for a few Days before it is formally handed Over to the committee. Or. P. Mcm. Glynn will proceed to Western Australia in a few Days to give addresses at Perth and the Goldfields in the interests of or. G. Reid s Federal Campaign. Or. Donald Macdonald the War correspondent left Fremantle on Thun Day for Adelaide in route to broken Hill. He had phenomenal Success throughout us 27 lec Tures in Western Australia and entertained Over 31,000 people. Or. And mrs. R. Murray Smith of Vic Toria Are passengers for London by the r3ls. Himalaya which sailed thither yesterday. They Are on a Holiday tour and will return in november. . Vandeleur Kelly. Of so Nev. Is about to return to of out inca in com Mand of a complement of the army medi Al corps. He takes with him two medical officers and 35 bearers. Or. A. A Hamilton has been appointed i member of the South australian medical Board. Or. E. W. Ramsden Warden of Gold Seldy in the Northern territory pro. And Lem. Has been appointed an officer of the Bith class. The Premier of new Zetland or. Sed Lon and mrs. Seddon will leave Melbourne by the express tins afternoon for Sydney in route to new zealand. The chief Secretary Hon. J. G. Jenkins Lias received a communication from or. Rutledge at Tarcola dated january 21, stating that he had arrived safely and had taken charge of the Hospital there were Ive patients All suffering from typhoid and be trusted to be Able by careful attention to bring the men satisfactorily through their illnesses. Detective Jones who recently cabled his acceptance of an office in the Johannesburg criminal investigation department severs his connection with the local detective department to Day. His new position carries a salary starting at �400, increasing it is Aid to �1,000. Detective Jones who will be fare called by. Ins comrades purposes leaving for the Cape by the vessel which will convey the fifth contingent. Or. W. G. Barker a Well known Basso of Melbourne died on thursday morning after a Brief illness caused by the forma Tion of an abscess on the brain. Or. Bar Ker had been before the Public As a Singer for two or three years and wast a great Favourite with concert goers. He he left a widow and one child. Or. F. C. Mason speaker of the legislative Assembly of Victoria was sworn in a thursday by or. Seddon As a magistrate for new zealand. Prior to the swearing in or. Seddon cabled to new zealand direct ing that a special meeting of the executive Council should be held for. The purpose of appointing or. Mason a magistrate. Or. W. C. O Connor District traffic superintendent of the victorian railway department died on thursday of paralysis. Or. O Connor who was so Yean of age joined the railway service in 1865 As a Junior clerk. ?. \. ? .-?.?- amongst the passengers for. London by the Himalaya is Lteutool Cotter 1lm.lj, Kate of 1lm.s. Royal Arthur whose period of australian service has expired. Or. E. Petherick who he been town clerk of Perth for four Yean is a Passen Ger for Western Australia by the . Himalaya. He we granted six months leave of absence by the Council and is now returning from the Eastern states where he conducted enquiries in regard to Muni Cipal matters. Or. Petherick expressed himself u pleased with the hospitality and Courtesy accorded him by the mayors and officials of the different municipalities from whom he gathered a budget of useful information. During his stay in Melbourne he had an interview with the chairman of the metropolitan Board of works or. Fit Gibbon on the question of surface and deep drainage and investigations were also made into electric lighting. While at Toorak or. Petherick bad Lite misfortune to fall Down stairs with the result that be sustained a. Fracture of the left hand dose to the wrist and this de Kyed his departure for Home. The death of or. John Fenwick. Who had a Long connection with shipping in Sydney occurred at Lehnore. Near Sydney on tuesday morning. The deceased Kad retired from Active to Effless for some Yean. He arrived in Sydney nearly 52 years ago Aad was the first tugboat owner in port Jackson. Mem. John Fenwick it sons the firm of which he we formerly the Prin Cipal still possess a Large Fleet of tugboats on the coast. The Duke of York s visit. By submarine Telegraph received january 31, 10 pin cruisers getting ready. London january 30. J nere Are saudi Aliory evidences mat tic contemplated Early visit of the Duke and Duchess of York to austra Lia has not been abandoned. The Dally Telegraph states that the cruisers st. George 7,700 tons 21 guns and Juno 5.g00 tons 20 guns will not take part with the other ships of the Navy in the demonstration at the late Queen s funeral on saturday. Their absence from the proceedings at spit Bead will be due to the fact that they Are getting ready to act As an escort to the Ophir which has been chartered to convey tic Duke and Duchess of York to Australia. Europe s bread. A muscovite idea. London. Janna or is. The russian newspapers Ore advocating the establishment of a coalition Between tic Corn merchants of Russia and the United states for the purpose of controlling tic beat Supply of european nations. The Santiago. London. Jonnard so. The Iron barque Santiago 432 tons which left London on december 2s for new zealand has been compelled to put in at st. Vincent on account of bar cargo Narinch shifted. British coinage. London. January 3l or. Horace a. D. Seymour c.b., Deputy master of the Royal mint slates that the Issue of British Coin of the present pattern must continue until King Edaril sanctions the cur Rency of a new design stamped trite Bis name and face. Commerce and finance. To Minn Lann Irv 31 London Wool sales. At the auctions yesterday there was increased Competition at recent rates. Transactions cobran 8 d. Per la. Fitzgerald old. Loobah 8jo. Merca Dool. 7,d. Mamba. 5jd. A Ingara 8d. Caithness 7jd. Puk Etoi 8jd. Kan Gat Ira 6d. Silver. The Price of bar Silver to Day dropped to 2s. 3 d. Per oz., a fall of 5d. Since the 28th inst. The Royal visit to Australia. Doubt in Sydney. Sydney. January 3l notwithstanding the news contained a the Cable message that in All probability tha Duke Aad Duchess of York will wait aus train. In connection with the onevins of tace Federal parliament the impression seem to prevail in official circles that Tho intended Viat of Royalty will be abandoned. The governor general has not received any communication on the subject and Allar Range ments which were in Progress have of course been slopped and will not be again proceeded with until some definite information is forthcoming it is pointed out that owing to the period of mourns h will be impossible for any state functions to be held in Australia. Lord Hope Toun intends the Day after the. Queen s funeral to enquire by Cable whether it is till the intention of the Duke and Duchess of York to visit Australia. The rival cables. A important conference Tannan is. Sir George Turner or. Seddon Post master general Gurr and or. Warren manager for Australasia of the Eastern Extension Telegraph company met in con be Renic Yenc Ruay i Tununuk a question. A message was received from Premier Philp embodying the views of i Sovern mint. The Resul of the conference was to nuke it dear that the representatives of Victoria Queensland and new zealand Are firm in their determination to to nothing which either Canada or us Imperial authorities could regard As de risen us to the prospects of the. Pacific Cable scheme. A few Days ago sir George tur Ner cabled to or. Ona Morlain and Tho a postmaster general asking whether they thought the proposed Concession to the ets Ern Extension company be prejudicial to the prospects of the Pacific Cable. The Canadian government promptly replied in the affirmative and added that had the concessions asked for by the Eastern Extension company been Given be fore the Pacific Cable contract bad been signed Canada would not have become a party to that contract sir George Turner us or. Seddon met again to Day and greed upon a draft letter to the Eastern Extension company in the Hope of removing the difficulty which has Arisen. A copy of the draft letter has been telegraphed to or. Philp. And if he concurs it bulb cabled to London. Sir George Turner says the Canadian government has informed him that if the Concession is granted it Hight Lead to the whole proposal for Tho Pacific Cable falling through. The mail Steamer at Fremantle. Fremantle. January 3l the . Arcadia arrived trom co Lombo at 10 an. To Day. The passengers in the Saloon Are Var Hula file. Or. And mrs. Greenway. And mrs. U. Ruvii Noii. For Melbourne. Miss Robertson messes. Grimn and j. Hash. For Sydneylieut. And mrs. Thompson infant and maid or. And 31k. W. A Garrick. Or. And mrs. Mcarthur or. And mrs. Baker. Or. And mrs. Bran Tel. Or. And mrs. Maddock or. And mrs. Bushby mesdames Cordingly and w. J. Clarke misses Wakeford Cordingly Sherry and Borden Captain sir h. Bathurst Lieut Aylen Lieut. N. W. Logan. Rev. Or. Johnson or. Worthington messes. A. Anderson Munford Andrews. Cordingly Bradford Hor Burn Liddon Handley Bhar Zyn g. U. . Bfor3r Brisbanesir w. Murton or misses Morton 2. For Wellington. Or. And mrs. Mojo st miss Izard or. J. Duthie. For Aiicslaadmisses Garrick 4 and Nicholson. ? a other classes 38 for All ports. The Arcadia sailed for Adelaide at 7 o clock this Everi ins. Sport. London. Jannary 31. The following acceptances of australian Lones for Spring handicaps have been published Lincolnshire Handicap. Syerl. 7 st. 8 la. Australian Star 7 a. 2 it. Grand National steeplechase. Levantes s st. 10 la. Alexandra Park London cup. Australian Star 8 st. 1 la. Sailor boy 7 st. 6 la. Pc Maura Park Juscen s prize. Myerla 7 st. 6 la. Lanc Akihiro Stee Piecha Clevanger 0 to. 13 i. Newmarket Baraham plate. Sailor boy. 7 st. 5 la. Great Surrey Handicap. Sailor boy. 6 st 12 la. Great metropolitan stakes. Parthian. 9 it. City and suburban Handicap. The Graf Ter 0 s w 3 la. Parthian 8 st 12 la. Myerla 7 it 6 la australian Star 7 at. Hurst Park Bov 7 st 1 la. Chester cup. Parthun 0 to Kempton Park great Jubilee stakes. The Grafter 8 st. 13 la. Parthian. 8 st. 12 la. Myerla 7 by. 6 la. Dundonald g is. 11 the

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