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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - February 22, 1901, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia shipping. Cape bocda.-febroaqr0 Gnu a. Steamer pasta inward. Seaw Thuee february �. Low water u.1s . Fateh water. J5 Njma. Traae ban. Fefa Rary Sec a dropped to la. Of. A., Uma Wuhan to Sonia. My. Green a Zivku Fehmy so i proo. Steamer Jim ton . Co. I . & & pfc Ducj in a Ribourne. In be agent Martin i to Dpi. Allard and hit Drca Mill. Lone. Tariff i a feud. Baas Aad child Crane Birch Kricun and in Fant. Ham and child Downey and Kim Harth maa Canow roue Sampaia and Ini Aat. D. Durrie. It Wilburd Torpy mat to knee to a Fiasca Steve it x. Houidas Boh. S. 1l Neu a. Hou Rigio Osburn bar j. So i. X lob Badger warm Rayne Aioo a. I boo. Wood Guiott cashier. And a. Sildam Del us j Imi hmm c a Lri a Bodger w. Sykee w. C. Mills. J. Sad a. & in Rich a. Bran a. Booth e. L. Ueary. K. Haw Tim. F. Lang c. A Coom a Abbes �. Suras Al Baiger x u. Kojl t. Nancanow t. C. To nov w. Bilacic 1l Law rear. Spar. C. Cameron c. A Surk c. U. Be Ocanas c a. Son a and b. Smith be. W. V. Turn Buff. Ship i w. J. Maybird. , a the tabla and Iii a the Accod Cabin. company to Tai Iolj agents. Gives Ticnor Steamer 343 ton c Aart . Buster bum Gull Puna. Fin Nimr Smith Hcan. B. To bumppo. F. Creea x South and w. Mono a the Salona. Cujo Soo Bale Wool. K do. Ate Dun. 2 do. Kaos Roo alias 5 bos what to do. Pm. 1 is cupper. 5 was Lead 136 do. Pig Faun 3 do. Floor Quantity Empcie Aad Sandraa. Ozais Rols. Orient3�b. A. J. Oad. Goanos is fan Sydney i jump Mem. Cyril jul Rajau j. Btu a. X Diller Mac mis., Mia new beat. And Man Sabolia. Frum Hobart it. T. 1l my. From Melbourne me. And Mia White mis. Garner or. Stevenson and Jin. Dill a. M. C. A Denoe. Scent is Taro. Steamer. 1,1s Tow a. Paal Natter Newcastle february 1& cargo Coal Ade Laide steamship company agent. Eugene Ferge leae. Barque 1.3 0 Tom bom st. Razaire. La Bouast. For orders. Ceres Steamer. Set ton j. German master Sroub scans buy. James Comrie Steamer. I3 tons. Al h. In act on master Ardra Taa. Larooka. Steamer. 13 tuns �. L. Bordett Mas Ter rom a the try. One and All. Keri. 39 toss u. Petasho outer rom Yocke a ten Lnla. Annie Watt Ketch � tons g. In Mckay Mas Ter Fawn port wakened Conner Bacan Ketch is Tow e. Weir projected dep4et0ees. For London. Torrens. End february via st Den Sarpedon. Der inc february Arcadia. Vhf Anur 2s Canaii. About feb nary a ont a. Hatch 7 Oceana. Larch a Hector during March Austral. March in Britannia. Hatch a Cuzco. April 1 Warrigal. About april 4 Artra to. April a -tct3tu, april is orcs curiae april borne May 9. For Riedrich Der Grove March 18 Prinz a treat laity old. April 13 Weimar May a Kir nhe. Jane 8. For Jan ports. An borr feb May 3. For Natal and Cape town. Coca aria. About feb astr is Dormu cod february Durban Juana North. About March 12 Warrigal. About april 1 Aram was Makool and Samme to follow. For Maddea. Armand Behic february is a Stalka. March a vile de u Potat april 30 Polyn men May is. For Mumme Sydney and Queen stand ports. Piwonka february Huambo february at Sydney direct Marlon March l for Western , february is Bun Byone it Briary in Wou Ovra March 1 co Mcardie March 5 Angl pm. March 11. 2l or Max Rols for London. Paa Meea or. And in. W. Barclay. Mcm Haflett or. J. Me Fri. Or. D. Tau Taa my b. Poor. Or. J. H. Shen Rood and me j. Luhe. For Colombo Abdullah Uoo Cia. For Fremantle mis a. Guidea. Moms. J. J. Haataja. B. Lay Lor e. C. Curgin. Be sonet p. My Ciatu J. Wickson w. J. Mooonen. A me bean c. To. Grin ttys j. Phillip. W. C Stewart a. Car within and h. P. Ber Laqua. Madama w. C. Bid. U. Liebard a. In Stanford. Anceli u. Daly. Al Heawood a. Umbert Holtom and Susol Mia trap am or. And mis. Beuchot mini Koe. In. W. H. Boo and. In. A Stoa in. 1_ Martin. Or. Aad mrs. Walkley. My. Y. �. Bailey. My . Or. And mrs. Limbert and feint. Me. And in. W. Wait. Mean. In Dunn x k. Sheridan. T. By and j. U w. Totaan by Aderbert and arc eau. Mia Bukss adj acut a i i and 13 Indian buys in the Satoya. Co cardio barque or Dorbon. Wei Linston. Ketch for Tumby Bay. Jaime Cuin Steamer or Ard Nasu. Cere Steamer Tor Stan Iwry. Eat obis february 5l Piroto. In melb oame a pkg. Of Recti. S profit los 3 Case spa water in Pep. Nadiia Ery la Cam its Dato 53o bout bluer a do. Tin Pubes of tube a. A. 38 plea. For Laiture. La cat . 21 dip. Samples Case drip pias 1 do. Baa alas a do. Starch 00 of Nim. La lacks Oatmeal so a div Sheet Lead u Mau Rice 15 Case Nam Pace 36u do. Of l2w eel Plato i Bidav Piper 40 Bolo flax. Is tact Peu 10 c3ke� Uger to do. Porn awol ibo 41 tags Ore. Iii ingot tin a urge qua pity id Etc Rel merch Adabie and saw trips. Mauro trom Newcastle tons Coal. Exp0ktii.-february at co Mcardie. Cor Melbourne isl bags ground bark. S Pkt. Men subdue t Blu. Canvas 7 Bose. 23 bits. Bap l310 bags Aalt. 12 cases an. February a. Ormuz. H.1ls or London-16 hands. Wine u Bain Ltd Ber. 20 tales skins 1,e cases Ink trait. 1 Case Ore samples 1 pkg. Ironwork 1 Ca Raul Bandure 3 cases sweepings. For Colombo 40 Case Nosb Ruit. For a Angbah 147 ban Fine Blw-�lt0. For Fremante to cases Tah Truit. Act Balias. Memo me. Atri Ted february a Tainan Ploog to crag. Aaied february 30-Lenra, to Othnilie pm. Uce . I Sydney 21-cjls. Frederick Der Sydney. Arrived february 1 Albany and mar redo. Bombase Wollon and m Freaa in Suoia satan Rockwo. My Bourne 1uls Porpose. Pan Adelaide. Sailed february 21 Maraca. Art Lionil boat Ayong. Welem Ausua in m ports a Mai. Torch. Urban. New Asue. Arrived february in Makeeba and in Jiva. Brisbane Coriol Brt Adelaide Aipia Cero melb oame Carman Henaire Aad a Fedale Pun Pine. Smiled feb Arr ii Kathleen Leliwa Aock Laad Handa Isle. We Inetta Moo Abool port Adelaide Kailua. Uoo Omin Rancan san Fra cases j. M. Cokman Uon Yipu Kate f. Troop. Panama in. Mei Boule. Brisbane. Arrived february 3 aramaic 9/cry Annatta. Cooktown Guthrie Japan bar pm to Urille. Sailed february Al Tynan Sidney. Chs tone. Sailed february a Julta. Percy Boc Khampoa. Flat top saved it Mary a-a4elaide Bris Bane. Arrived february la i Peregrine Branane. Towns Aie. Anund february a Warreno Cairns. Soiled february is Anatolian ii005 Kone Tainan . A died february a Inna Macka Brabant. Cou Tum. Soiled february 21 Adelaide Samani. Fra Antle. Arr red february 9-ujls. Dorm Tadt Pon Adelaide. Outpost us port Pirie. Arrived for Briary 20 Alc Rooe amp. H16 tuns Pruns master rom Cape town via Adelaide to Load wheat. Sailed february is stint Mary Steamer for Newcastle Tria port. Carm ago tons sulphides Sulphide corp ratio 100 tons bagged Ore. Queensland so i i c cum Lany and a Una atty o san dried. Fowler s february so Woll omai. Poa . Port Euston. Arrived february july Hawkins. Port Adelaide. Port Brooe atan. Arrived february a defender Wallaroo. Wal february Al ferret. Moloata Bay. Cd Itabac. Anred february so Larooka. Port Adelaide. Anbo . Arrived february 20 Nowc. For twin and Mem Corina port Adelaide. Fort wakened. Arrived february so Mary. . Taylor and Loreece mad. It it Adelaide. Sail of february in Makoben and Percy Pon Ade Laide. february a Larne Beach Post. Rev lbs. Milaef Ain cd february so Annie Montafi. Saoud Frt Mary a Ramie. Me Aintree. Monay february Lyro manna. Mamma. Arrived february so Ahna. Blanche Stospal saved february 21 Alpha Besmark. the of owing shows the state of the Rivers above summer level to the undermentioned places at s an. On thursday of Varzary a Chadani. S it 6 a. Watrea Waga m in. Bay. 7 in. Bat Mald in. Mail Low Tsa Moin in Banjo Al it. T Brr Warriax Low bourse 5 to. 2 Iau Loath Low Tupa. Low wiccan a t to. 10i in. Mii inti 0 in poo Imrie. 1 it. \ in. Web North 0 in. Ai Burr. 3 in. Warp Jan. S to. Ethnea Sammer level scan bul 4 in. Eos Tan 4 to. 10 in. Over land Comer s in. Mora 1 it. 0 in. Seamark vessels on passage 10 South ac5 Balian Ruby Oats out. Fob port Adelaide. Gnu Croil x30s. To new York. So. Flea Barb. 5jd0, fan Antwerp s. Imi Abar. 3.760. Tan slew York 47. Calf of Taranto 3.431. M Liverpool 48. Kur Folk. 3,405. A Leadora. 4l Zor Auu a 3.073, a London. St. Medic. 11.sb4. Fan ure Pool. 34. Avoal rms. 554, a London 06. Warrigal 4js7. Fan London 3l Britannia. . 6js5, pm London. 29. Fiat alien. . 6,428. Pm a Wuka 20. Prina Besent Lait gjls., a feb a Bremen to Henrian. 43, fan Loo Don. �. Orestes. 1,653. Fan o1a-cow. A. In Rajus Sixo Fol Calcutta. To. Uts Ualia. Bali my pm London 15. Sairs. Vindel 182, fan Liverpool us. County d Angleen. 099. Fan Lher Pooi 10l by l30o, fan Suad Vaal i. Insa. Lob. Fan Christiania. St. Ika. 1,116, in London 99. My poems list fan Canton 77. Empire. 1,019, fan Saa Francisco. 75. . ?.000, a Loodea 60. Odd 1,054, fan Cardiff 85. Ocean 1.416, fan Caria Tunja Hrcka. , fan puget sound 82. Loch Bat Orti 1jj&, fan Filiar As. Holywood. 1.477 fan Uveras. 48. Aka a. Bead. 1.h0. A a York . 1077 Tai of Frt Nis in Loch Tamacas 1,485, on cat Acde s. Fob. To Bunuel Safern. We tera Monarch. 148. A stae ass. Katerle Sam. A base Rex. K Deate. 2js0. Pm Barrjr. St. Hub Bui. T,4s4. To ban West do lob. To Hamm a x lord etim. 1.479. To Bany anti. Osta past Onil in Fobia Llabona Sailer. Vessels of passage South ads Balun out. From Post Adelaide. 3,51, for London to South Africa 57. Bacanu 2.743 for London 54. Borne by isl its. For Loodea. 36. Braver Lar Funt 12j0o. Or Bremen 3l Uriah. Bjl5 b.2m6. Or London 29. Poly Neden . 6j06, or Manetta. Is Himalaya , 6.8ub. Or London 22. Perth Sfasie. 650. For Loodea via South Africa 15. Slen Taus 4.6k, for Loodea. 15. Aroya. Buls. 0js7 or London is. Armaan 3,238, for Loo Don via Cape town Xcvi Ordale 347, for East London i Utt Cnoc. 70s. Or London. 107. Hornby Castle l43s. Or London 7l Valt to face of. Lor London. To. Lamiria. 443. Or Mosri bar. 37. A Mablanca. S69, for Capet on. 34. A More. 1.009. Or Cape town. 3. Albany. A Tor Adjoa bar. Q Sterling. 1.u2. Or Channel so. Boa . Sob for Sault Uumo unt ms8, for Channel a Eckstone. Sailer. Martini Johanna l3c0. Lor London 97. Barcori 2.0u. Or London to. From Post acgu3ia. In pirates 13. Or Channel. 60. Dieppe Dalle. S.03. Or London 49. Fairport us7, or Channel. 42. Lotos j97. Tor Channel. In rom Portpn Tab. Saint Ronald 3jso, for Eue amere port 47. Noreace pile 38, or Natal 33. Kaaea. In c. Richards 760. Or pert Asola 154. Adele or or Cape town 73. Concordia. 9b0, for Cape town. 6z. Vice de Bonn. Uis Tor 8l Kattire. 64. Learae d Are. U2s, Tor so Karai Teben Laric. A Fly or Baimel 54. Lydia More. Us. Tor Channel. So. A Atzrott u67, for Ahja Bay 17. Dunnea 562, Tor Cape town. 14. From Streaky Bay. Sailer. Tacoma 674, for Channel 14 Post be Medl Steamer. Drika 3. 33, for Malta f.o., 47. Procyon ljd6. Tor Channel in sailers. Lysford. Is. Or Channel 34. Fromma Llabona sabers. Traua. Uto Tor Alcoa Bay 49. Admiral de con her 1.764. Or Channel. 37. Codin mod. 9s7, Tor Cape town 32, Eua 048, for Cape town 24. M1scellaxeoos. The tails. Lemua was welcomed Back again at logs on thursday after her prolonged stay of the other Side and looked the same As Ever none the worse far her dramatic Wei peaces in the eol woo with the Ismail a. The Orient liner left my Moorat at to . On february 19, Aad dropped Anchor at Lars at 5 an. Of the hot the ran was made a one weat Bec Bat with a Roo Gfa our Sta a sea. The min Taro left Newcastle on february 15, and Pon Kemble on the next Day. She passed Cape Otway of the 19th, Aad was boarded at the Sema Phore at 2j0 . On the 2ut. She bad a bunt North East winds and Fine weather to the Promontory thence Strobe sooth Aad South East winds and a moderate sea. The Tamer Vormor returned to port Adi bide on thursday trom a visit to Spencer s cult on work connected with the Marine Board. . Protector was on than Day towed to rugs Bay. What her eepoe3s and for boasts. Forecast u Proback weather Tanador afternoon till Friday meat boned at l20 pm. Of caunday. South a Manlia. Fine warm to hot and sul try utterly winds. Vicuna supplied by or. P. Bencebi Gene Cally line but Bot or sultry Wester with Isola Ted theade norms Chirety in North and East District later Ziehl us and North Catt winds. Stash set new South Wales supplied by or. In c. Bas Feil Tib Owery and Thunder Over East districts. Easterly winds. Western Australia a applied by or. W. E. Cooke Fine moderate Weitmier in the sooth coastal districts. Cloudy. With a Little rain a the tar East and tooth cast where the weather will be warm to hot. Moas onal Low Pitman Waves Are still shown of the weather Chart Cove Rios the whole of nor Thern Aad Central Australia and the weather there is everywhere Cloudy and in Many part a segued with rain. Since Jett Erfur Only a font to moderate Rains have fallen throughout the territory As far As Uoc Aidita and the ulterior of Queensland Bat there have been heavy Iho Wea on pans of the esst coast the weather Chart thu Moraine shows a Neh barometer area Cove Riat the South coast of the continent with its Centre off Tasmania and with this except along the new South Wales coast the weather a Fine with moderate tempera Tares and Easterly winds. Chasles Tood. Government astronomer. Metb0e0logical. February 15-Zl state ant of the Alina Beric Prearre Tern Pontore rainfall and a of the weather registered at the Adelaide Observatory Unrine the Pat Atvea Days at the hours mentioned a temperature. Ban therms pin ? weather. A Sta. Mia an. . I ri., l�ao�t37a 79.41 66.8, clr.,t.pl.,u. Soul 169.91k.o t6 51.1 ncl.pw�.jnosea.1 175.90st2ia 84.9 63.s m., o c mob. W9.81 164.71 96.6 e2.s eel o c. Tea. �ais4 14o� 84.0 67.0 of. T?.w.,m wed. Set Ayulo 84.7 6l2 in . Nor. Nttj78147.2i 93.0 67.41 Al. 4 it memo the barometer to reduced Aad corrected to 32 Dee. Fahr., Bot it ? not reduced to sea level the temperature and rainfall Are Tor the 24 Boom preceding the time of registration. The weather column relates to the condition of the weather at the rime of observation Only. The req Steb office Telephone communication. Literary department ? no. Coroi Nerdin and \3eneral print tag departments ? no. Lotf the Public Are re noted to note the Idore numbers so As to avoid delays. Ufa special . Special s a. L e notice. Donaldson Andrews company Abb now of Biro Odd lines and remnants of Cottos and Woollen dress coo0s at absolutely half Price prior to stocktaking ski bundle Street. 3smwte South acstba.l1ak a meats. Inlet Beach Une. Train service dub dog opera season. On Gowdai. Pen try 25. Aad daily until the end of the opera season trains will leave Ade Laide for Healey Beach at 10.15 pea. And 1ljs ., Rei Omine Henley Beach at 11 pin. The 10.45 . Train Adelaide to Henley Beach Reto Roin at ills pm. Win not ran on the above Date. John b. Maj Neil . Mana Jer. Railway offices Adelaide february 20, 1s0l sea . s feb cent. 8x0cb for cart income tax Price at the teas debt to vat with interest Bam 1st december Loq �100 �95.offices in Eagle a Bai mpg now occupied 1/bjrc c. Varley to to be let. Hear Scott Eagle Chambers. Mote to Hax seso land Aad share broker. Temple of Chambers Carrie Street ? ilm wac d. G. Sands share broker to. 8, broken bin i Kab a them Street. Orden by wire promptly att sods to. Tum pc lays and lyrics a Touna or Fobb by rat Tua Umman Hawks. Pm ave to be and an the triad pal Boeteng to ? theaty. 3ttb or. Fred Skelt Nisi late Esevell tatt�b3all, st. Ear pm. St Rock los pill8. ? for bile. Cocked pills.? for Uvell. Cockle s pills. ? for act Ditc cockles pill8. ? for heartburn. /-ocklf8 pills. W for indices Lohf --ocklf8 pills. W for sick headache cocklf8 . ? in use everywhere cockles Mercury. Cockles use Over 94 tears. ,ibts.4s.td.i a the Australasia the Federal illustrated weekly. This week s Ola Strausas Piadade Sydney railway Doc test. autumn meeting. Futurity stakes finish. Departure of the troops. March Faroogh the City. Levine the wharf. Chain elevators. 4c, a. Of All newsagents Price st Spence. Wholesale w. C Rigby 74, Kin William Street and r. A. Thompson k co. Advertisements received by w. C. Of by. H. Baa Paon. And w. D. Ponder. Want so artificial Teeth London dental of col tha inert that Tretts Aad to avast Moderato fuse Narsso. Abse Teu tall of Attoa Gnan aued ten Nimma ten Danial Oslo Adak Esb London dental ins Tulitoa 111, King. Is Adelaide . ? ? Flata novelties Ark Abs Ixo by a test juju tmb0b8to in Dillaha i in not fall to of 2sjinn-wsa7r it sett is both Swart a f. Basse s ? 9t and to raise the wind. Just one Gustea. Just one Quivea. A life s Oppolt Unity. Wonderful Talue. Wonderful value. My. Samples 7d- if posted to. About 450 caddies sol for Sale. Having recently made an fun tinally Good Par. Chose it invite All to Par update in Tus real Psi fall so Bay one of these 20-lb. Cadmes net weight of pare in Dian Tea the Cadar District at Oue Tunc Lemdi. �1 1/ each. Kote the. Bail Olriage paid on to team on ten to any to Tattoo in 6otrth a Talia. A bal bargain. A term bargain. 1st Thea. Osa Elzas Beds. Aoe Randall & Boucaud wide spirit Herc Haats 71, King Willianm Trot of Nail Vak by Ohmoto. Webb0b70i a Btl Good sardines Good sheep tangles 1/ tin. Finest Kew lag fish by the bah6h so. Very Choice hew cod fam end. A finest american Salt Salmon Sid. It. Extra Dunica Salt Herrings 1/4 Dozea. Best fresh Herrup Elwo. A. Bottle. Good Tomato Saalee Aid. Bottle. Finest Spanish ump Emce. Lord. Bott to. Finest Anchovy Soce lord bottle. Best american cd floor. Sad. It. Open every odday eve came Anta 9 o Dock. P. Mcrostie & 00., the Leadio a boobs ? 1v rumdl1 st Besir Stuss Vijarn Ojana. Whf cd shares sold and Loucou Money list. Ashbe & King tin d new Upland it mail notices. Great 29-vu soes Buls. Onax 1lu . Newspapers and Rejis Tertod Letten 10o5 an. Bite letters gjf.0. 12.15 pm. Adelaide Bayway station 12j0 a no. Pan Adelaide Bayway station 12.49 . Bri Tish and Orden parcels Post per Theabo Ertem Mer does at Ivko. 10.44 an. Mail Dae a Lundwa March 3l so. February 23-via san Franchko pin. Late fee a pm. Money Orden to state. 13j0 . Up. March 16fried Rich Der go dbl u.15 an. Up. February 2s Tia to Armand beak. 10js an. Manila China and . February 26 -4 pja., to Sydney thence per Awatt Mara. February 27-3 ., to Sydney thence per Tainan. Java and Sec Pokk Fly. February 29-10.15 ajn., and Burn. Cape Colony and Natal february 28 about Wii Canara. Kew a Saralu Panu Raay March 7-3 ., a Kew zealand. New 15 -3j0 njn., to Sydney thence per first Opportunity. Samoa Aad other South sea islands. February 25-3j0 pro to Sydney thence per 8m Opportunity. Ful feb nary 25-i30 pjn., to Sydney theace per not Opportunity. Auckland and Wellington. February 24 Iso ., to Sydnor. New zealand february 26 sjojua., to Melbourne. Strahan Aad Seehak. February 25 top a. To Mei Boule. Honolulu and Vak Couves s Island Inda Dinc America. February 253 pin. Late fee 6d., 3j0 pjn., to Sydney thence Ner Ioweta. Weste Taus Day paroo 3.15 . Amain 26-Bjls. Arcadia. 1l15 an. A Dossan. Febra act u James Omrie 6j0 . Stansb by. February 23 Ceres 6j0 an. Kangaroo Island. February s3-James Comrie. &30 a. Edit Hobo. February 23 Larooka 6j0 . Al 19-6.30 a i via port Lincoln. Fowler s 5-l45 pm. Via port Lincoln. For Askodi sub soc. This Day ferret. Jus . Via Wallaroo. Ood Nadatta cd Ablott Waters auce up bins and Abl Tunga. Hanh 1 6.45 ., via Oikam i web Manns Borg March 1-6.45 Ajit via Ood rat. Sort Dierx territory. February 27 up a. Overland to Sydney. Port Yin c�t.-febraary26-Ceres,&30ajn. Port Sci. Coln. Tus Dax-4.45 ., via Wallaroo. Up. My to that Nib Mast be specially marked. Weekly Oal Endab. A Mort 24 a sign & Days of the in. Moon 1 ? 1 ? 1 ? duty. My. It Bis Flecta. Bias Sass. Trasa. . . . . . 55 24 to. To 7 1 1139 1013 29 13 6626 6 0 7 0 pan. U2 294 57 26 to. 6 1 61 u 11 46 2864 m27 w. 62658 2s9 . 28 45 5928to.636s6 327 0 63 my 60 1 i. 64664 40 161 289 61 2 8. It i 448 t49 2812 ? to fat Bra and Bov. Astronomical Phenomena. First Quarter of the Moon on february 26, at 4.8 am. On february 24 Mercury aeta at 7.31 ., Venus rises at 4j9 . Mars rises at a ., Jupiter rises at l24 ajar Aad Satasia rises at l55 . Barometric Al read dogs. The following table has been Uona ducted Tana Osbern Tibbs recorded in into office Tor every six Boms during the last three Days Aad for Tua mom inc. A Chajat above sea level 147 it 3 . 9 an. 8 pin. 9 . Trie Day. 29 29.90 29j0 2m0 wed assay ? 29j0 sh91 29.91 29j7 Star Day ? 9m 29j0 sob 2-jm 29.s0, Maui if. At s o clock Tab Moraine dear. Special notice. Announcements of births marriages and deaths not exceeding five lines Are inserted once each a the Register the observer the even ing journal and special summary prepared Tor transmission to England Tor the single charge of half a Crawn extra Una 6a. Each. The name and address of the sender must a All cases be Given. ? births. Cul Bosa on the 12th last at a Dune Unley Park the wife of William Culos of a son. ? deaths. Battle. On the 12th february at the Tat Coola Uoc Pital of typhoid fever Arthur woman Nia. Yoni West beloved son of e. Battye Aad the Bue Hannah Battye Nee Taylor of h Hrar Sti. And beloved brother of j. Batter of Tare Oola. In a 28th year. Loved and respected by to. Deeply regret cd. the 11th february at broken Hiu prudence the beloved wife of w. J. Beven aged 40 year. the 8th february at so Vincent s Hospital Sydney. Jamet Bernard the beloved Soo of or. And mrs. T. Fay of Veter smog both Australia. Aged 3 years. the list february at the red Dene of Bis son in Law or. In Pearce Brown Street William Henry Wright late of Mann Terrace. N.a., aged & years. Ltd sex to advertisements. Amusements. 8 i indy. J to Coos. 8 wanted s Board and lodging. 8 Marine friends and in Riner notices. 15,6-7 Mesisc. 2 cycles. A ? s Money ? 1 carriers ? is office to it ? s comp aies a societies 2 patents and Trade drapery & oot nine. 1,3 harks ? 2 education ? 1 Penzas wanted. 8 electoral Xot Ket. 2 Profaca Sionil ? 1 a ueral notices. 2 properties for Sale. 8 florists seeds men. 1 properties wanted. S Jones Ciuk be panic Rbt Keb ? 2 bide ? 2 publications and us not be and rest Faery ? 2 rants ? s shipping ? 1 by rare notices. 1 situations wanted. 8 real notice. 9 special Advt. Lost Aad found. 8 tended. 8 machinery ? 8 to let. 8 medal ? 3 wanted to Bay. S merchandise ? 2 wanted to sell ?. 8 in � pin Adelaide Friday feb cart 2j, 1301. The United states and the Nicaragua canal. A Cable message which publish to Day indicates that a committee of the United states Senate Bare admit Ted that great Britain is within her Lam in claiming mat the provisions of the Clayton Bohrer treaty should be considered binding. This is As it should be and May be regarded As an angry of a better understanding be tween the contracting parties in the future than has prevailed for some time past owing to their Strong desire for an Anglo american Alliance Many englishmen have been willing that their government should make Large concessions to the sentiments of americans and at times a policy has been pursued which in practice so far exciting a spirit of reciprocity has induced United states politicians to act As though they were masters of the set option by applying a squeezing process and talking As if the continuance of the British Empire de Pended on the merciful kindness and Protection of its Kindred across the Atlantic. The treat ment shown to great Britain relative to the projected Nicaragua canal is a ease in Point the Washington Senate made vital amendments injurious to British interests in a convention which represented an important waiving of rights by the Salisbury government a Resolution was passed declaring that the Clayton Bulwer treaty which bad bound the nations for -50 years had been superseded and president Mckinley refusing to take the responsibility of vetoing an act which reflected discredit upon the american. Legislature and could not be accepted by any self respecting Power then coolly submitted the amended Conven Tion for the approval or otherwise of the nation which had already done All that it justly could do to satisfy ame rican wishes. Probably i the Hay Paunce Fote treaty great Britain acted wisely in no longer insisting on her full rights but the whole incident illustrates the a Wisdom in International politics of a policy in which the desire to be generous and to win Good will is Apt to be misinterpreted As a proof of weakness and vacillation. The history of the famous Clayton Bulwer treaty is succinctly told by or. B. Bromley in the nineteenth Cen Tury in 1s10 great Britain held a protectorate Over the Mosquito indians including the Mouth of the san Juan Biver the proposed Eastern outlet of the Nicaragua canal and also bad a settlement on Belize commonly known As British Honduras and claimed the Bay islands As dependencies of that settlement a Short time prior to that Date the United states charge d affaires to the Central american republics had without authority his government negotiated a treaty with Nicaragua under which the washing ton authorities were to recognise the Paramount sovereignty of that state sea to sea. When this act be came known to the United states executive it was disavowed because it involved a conflict with British claims. Being afraid however of unpopular Ity Lite president through or. Clay ton the Secretary of state communicated with lord Palmerston asking whether the British government in tended to occupy or colonize Nicara Gua Costa Iuca the Mosquito coast challed or any part of Central ame Rica and also whether the Bri Tish government would unite with the United states in guaranteeing the neutrality of a ship canal railway or other communication to be open to the whole world and Commerce of All nations lord Palmerston replied that her majesty s government bad no intention of further colonization in Central ame Rica and would gladly cooperate with tie United states in constructing a canal and maintaining its neutrality. Sir Henry Lytton Bulwer was accordingly sent to Washington As special commissioner to treat with or. Clay ton and the negotiations which took place resulted in the treaty formally ratified on april 10, 1s50. The contracting parties declared that neither the one nor the other would Ever obtain or maintain for itself any eat naive control Over be said ship canal and that Netter would Ever erect or maintain any bran nations in i g the same or in the Vicinity thereof or occupy or fortify or Cosniac or assume or exercise any dam Arfon Over Nicaragua Costa Rica the mos Mitto coast or any part of Cental America and further that neither great Britain nor the United states would take advantage of any inti Macy or or any Alliance connection or influence that either May posses with any state or govern ment through whose territory the said canal May pass or the purpose of acquiring or holding direct Lyon indirectly for the Dpi Lens or subjects of the oae any right or advantage in regard to commence or navigation through the said canal which shall not be offend on the said terms to the citizen sad subjects of the other the last article of the treaty expressly declared that the document established a general principle whereby the governments agree to extend their Protection by treaty stipulations to any other practical Commini Catton whether by canal or railway Aero the isthmus which connects Hiorth and South America and especially to the inter oceanic commune cations should the same prove to be practicable whether by canal or railway which Are now proposed to be of abused by the Way of Tekoa Stepec or Panama. And that the same canals or railways being open to the it Sens and subjects of great Britain Aad the United states on equal term shall also be open of like terms to the citizens and subjects of every other state which is willing to Grant thereto such Protection As great Britain and the United states engage to afford. The manner i which efforts have been made to show that the United states is not bound by the treaty on the ground that its provisions have been broken by great Britain indicates the lengths to which disingenuous politicians Are sometimes ready to go in bolstering up an untenable Case. Be fore exchanging the i ratifications of the treaty i 1850 sir Henry Bulwer filed a declaration to the effect that great Britain did not understand the engagements of the convention to apply to her majesty s settlement at Honduras or its dependencies and or. Clayton also filed an admission that it was not intended by either of the negotiators that the language describing the country not to be occupied by either of the parties included the Bri Tish settlement in Honduras or the Small islands in the Neighbour Hood of that settlement in july 1s52, great Britain pro claimed the Bay islands which had been dependencies of British Honduras to be a separate Colony with a governor and Assembly of its this action being considered necessary in order to facilitate the construction of a railway across Honduras. The United states protested against the step As a violation of the Cla Tonbul wer treaty and after a great Deal of negotiation. In which great Britain sought to meet the wishes of washing ton her majesty concluded conventions with Guatemala Honduras and Nicaragua respectively settling the boundaries of the settlement of British Honduras surrendering the Bay is lands on the condition that they should not be ceded to any other nation abandoning the protectorate Over the mos Quito indians and agreeing to recognise the country occupied by them As under the sovereignty of the Republic of Nicaragua. As a consequence president Buchanan him message to Congress i december 1860, announced that the discordant constructions of the Clayton Bulwer treaty Between the governments which at different periods of the discussion bore a threatening aspect have resulted in a final settlement entirely satisfactory to this government for 20 years after wards the United states always declared that i regard to an Isthmian canal it had no views of exclusive advantage to itself but i March 1880, president Hayes announced that the policy of this country is a canal under american control and that the United states cannot consent to., the surrender of this control to any euro Pean Power or to any combination of european Powers following upon this change of attitude or. Bla Lenand his successor As Secretary of state or. For Ellinghuysen addressed various specious arguments to England con tending that the Clayton Bulwer treaty was voidable at the option of the United states. The fallacious reasoning were effectively met or. Cleveland on coming into office in 1885, withdrew the Senate a proposed treaty with Nicaragua which would have brought matters to a crisis and in his Mes Sage to Congress stated whatever Highway May be engr rated Acta the Barrier dividing the greatest he areas of the word Mast be for the world s Benefit a Traft for a i � be removed the Chance Dom Taatia by any a Ingle Power or How a. Point of invitation for hostilities or a arise for warlike a Ajit Tom As my an a a to fam Witt Struc Tjon ownership and operation of Soch a work by thai cover Nant with an offensive and defend so Alliance for it Protection with a foreign state whose responsibilities and rights a dual share is. In my judgment. Inc want with such dedication to Universal and brutal use Aad would moreover entail measures for its Realise Taka beyond the scope of our National Pouch or a want this statesmanlike utterance met with the and Oval of All the maritime Powers and in order., that the Fth Jee cd waterway might never become a Point of attack or a new source of International jealousy great Britain to Day feels to to be her duty while so far relinquishing her rights As to consent to the United states construct ing and owning the canal to stipulate that it must never be closed against any nation that it shall be open to everybody on equal terms and that the United states shall not erect fortifications upon it news of the Day. The Register s estimate of the Harvest. The estimate of the last Harvest published in the Register of wednesday has aroused considerable interest in Commer Cial and Abs dding circles and the figures which indicate a yield of 13,200,000 bushels 1,600,000 acre reaped Hare been much Dia used. Generally the opinion is held in the Trade that the Register s Esti mate is . Or. G. A. Connor the manager of the Adelaide Mill ing company stated on thursday that hit idea of the Harvest had been a production of 12,000,000 bushels but later re turns were so much better than was at first expected that he admitted the re Gister s figures might ultimately be found to be very near the Mark. Professor Lowrie says the season has been a splendid one in Many districts and he u sure that the beat wheat hundreds Nave averaged u bushels per acre. Lie knows of crops in the Calfec country near Owen going up to 20 bushels and his yield at Rose worthy considerably exceeds that of the previous Harvest. He is inclined to think that the Register s estimate i a Little within the Mark and he would be inclined to put the total production nearer 14400,000 bushels than 13,000,000. Such Tes Timony is a Gratifying acknowledgement of the Correct aes of the Register v Harvest estimate in past Yean and on the present occasion. The australian policy. In the Adelaide town Hall on thurs Day evening the Premier opened his Federal election Campaign and delivered a vigor Ous address to about 1,000 electors. Deal ins with the financial question or. Holder estimated that the Revenue required to be raised by the Commonwealth through Cus tarns and excise would be eight and a half minimal he calculated on the basis of the figures of 1809, thai intoxicants narcotic and sugar would yield about five millions leaving three and a half millions to be raised by other customs taxation. The extra colonial imports into Australia in 1899 to talled Over �34,000,000, and a uniform ii per cent duty would give them their Money. If they had a free hot of imports valued at �sv5po,000 � Revenue Tariff of 15 per cent of the average would be All they wanted. That was Otter the state bad the inalienable Benefit of their Trade to the value of �29,000,000. The Premier s remarks indicating that be was going for a Revenue Tariff were received with demonstrations of enthusiasm. Right through his Lucid speech he was attentively listened to and wan heartily cheered when he sat Down. The Hon. �. L. Batchelor who also spoke said he believed in & certain amount of Protection. He did not want prohibitive duties because the Competition Between locally made and foreign goods would beep Down prices. Politicians at Raidla. Certain politicians can. Always took for Ward to airing tiber views on the topics of the hour at Raidla on show Day. At the official luncheon half a dozen Toots Are Al ways submitted and thus almost every one present Hast an Opportunity of Epe Alang. There were five leading politicians at thu radar s show anal of course All spoke in most no about federation. In de Claring the now open. Sir Richard Baker said be hoped that with the establishment of interstate free Trade producers would be Able to secure More extended Market and also to command better prices. At the official dinner toasts which gave the politicians a Chance were the parliament and the Federal Union responding on behalf of the legislative Council sir Edwin Smith said he Tod the Assurance of the Hon. J. L. Stirling that be did not intend to offer Nis services for the Federal Parkat nent and he was glad of this because or. Stirling was a Tower of strength in local politics. They were however going to lose sir hard Baker who had so worthily and Well occupied the president s chair and he was sure that sir Richard would equally Well fulfil his duties in the important Federal paring sent. He called upon Tite elector to see Tubat the faddish legislation which was going on at Tina Cut should be Afao Abed and asked them to return men who had on interest in die ate and not Thiec who Toog Fet Only to Benefit their class. Sir Richard Baker in ecu pending to the Toast of the Federal Union Sud he hoped that the Federal Coo Tut inn of Australia would be worked out in the spirit and the intent with a tick it a Tea framed. It was incumbent upon the electors to see that men who had the interest of federation at heart should be elected to the Federal parliament lie firmly believed that federation would Benefit Smth Australia enormously. A candidate could not carry out his Feu Tom Campaign for the Federal Parsa cat in Tjie orthodox style. There were 150,000 Everton in the province and to scan & circular to All of these would Cost �825, without rec Koning anything for Prana no and Derick a Altanee. Lie occupied one of tic highest positions m the state is president of the legislative Council yet to Felt that it was hid duty to stand for the Federal Parlia ment. He hoped every elector throughout the province would use has thu dual on the eventful Day. The Hans. T. Kyford 3lp., and g. Mcgregor. and or. R. Cal Ducq. My also spoke. The troops and the Demon stration. The chief Secretary on thursday morn ing in consultation with brigadier general Gordon and the superintendent of Public buildings. Or. C. E. Owen Smyth settled the programme for the ceremony in connection with the proclamation of the King. The arrangements for the local troops have been left in the bands of the military com mandant and the management of the function at. The Park will be entrusted to the superintendent of Public buildings. The March through the streets will Start at 11 san., and the ceremony on the racecourse at &30ti.m. After the procession through the streets the Imperial men will have Lun Cheon at the Jubilee exhibition buildings but his excellency the governor has invited those officers who Are not on duty to lunch with him at government House. Imperial soldiers. Eleven members of the Imperial troops now visiting Australasia in the Britannic arrived at port Adelaide on thursday even ing or the Steamer paroo Melbourne. Four of the number Are invalids including gunner Tudor of the Royal Field Artil Lery who had his left shattered i the gun explosion at Sydney and the remaining seven Are men who have been absent their corps without leave. The soldiers came around Melbourne in charge of sergeant Scriven of the victorian rail and were met on arrival at the wharf by major Dyke of the stuff office and an escort of the permanent Force and Token to the port Adelaide police station. The invalids with the exception of gunner Tudor who has been placed under the care of or. Gething for further medical treat ment were provided with hotel accommodation pending the arrival of the Britan Nic when they will be handed Over to the commanding officer. The absence without leave men were detained in a police cell under supervision and will be brought be fore the court this morning. A suburban resident under fire. A lady in an Eastern suburb had a Lively experience on wednesday. Alarmed by the rattle of misses on the Iron at the Back of the House she went to the door to see the cause when a Bullet struck the Wall Between her and a Little boy standing feet away. As bullets continued to come the pomace were informed and a search was made for the firing party who was Fouad under excellent cover in a neighbouring Garden. He had a Saloon Rifle and seven rounds of ammunition eighteen rounds hav ing been fired at dose quarters with such Good effect that the indentations 12 shots were easily traceable upon the Hays Verandah. Fortunately no one was injured. Instruction in Dairy science. The Schoolboy who defined a Borse As on animal with a head and a Tail and a certain appendage at each Comer of be body was not it is Safe to assert a sooth australian. Here the rising generation is practical knowledge Dole to give a More definite reply to such questions and it w31 not be the fault of tie Dairy expert or. G. S. Thomson if children in Rural districts do not know a Good Deal More about a cow than that it is an i useful for Domestic purposes. Probably the most important of or. Thomson s duties consists in preaching the gospel of the scientific of Dairy herds to is to pro Duce the Best Resuta. With thai object he Vetts butter factories farms and dairies addresses in country or Nortu and conducts experiments in his Laboratory. Or. Thomson is inor Euver a great believer in teaching the rising generation. He recognise that the future Dairy Farmers of South a let Nora Sis at present in 4be of Iii of schools grappling with the Dementry rules of Gramma and arithmetic but be Trinks that when the selfsame children Are engaged in driving Home the cows night and morning or possibly it Ping in the Miln Nuj they May just As Well Hove then thoughts revolving upon a Correct basis. Accordingly whenever possible or. Thomson obtains permission the head matters of certain my Miry f4wwilg to give a Short talk to tie chafers upon Dairying. The lesson is Gener ally conversational but is enjoyed none tie less for that and tube Way in whoa nearly every hand goes up in reply to a question and the Bright looks on tie faces of the children show that a very live eject in their Young ideas is being broached. The expert generally starts Widi a description of the pm Deal strains of milking cows and teus tin children which Ore befit for milk butter and cheese. He then proceeds to enforce the importance of Dean Ness in milking the effect of dirt and the proper treatment of milking herds. There is no doubt that in this Way the foundation of much useful knowledge is being hid. The Noramae of some of me Oiler scrams some times indicates that prob tans of Dairy farm ing have already begun to occupy their minds and that they Ore seeking for information. Now said or. Thomson at to Fyk Imti the other Day after having described a certain practice of cows that s a Peculiar tiling � it not yes instantly exclaimed one Little Chap who bad evidently had his observant faculty awakened. Now can you Tel me Why it is a Peculiar things of course the boy could not. But he went Home a Good Deal Wiser that afternoon. Sutherland process of fruit shipment. A very successful trial of keeping Vari Ous varieties of soft Fruito under this pro Cess was made in the Early part of last year under the auspices of messes. G. Wil Cox & co. At the government freezing works port Adelaide. Following upon this the inn has now entered into arrangements with the agents of Lund s line of steamers for the provision of on inn lated chamber to be erected under the personal super Vialou of the inventor and Patentee of the process in the a. Warrigal to sail port Adelaide about april 4. This is an Opportunity which All producers interested in finding new markets for our produce should embrace. Shipments of pears made under the Sutherland process in the Gulf of Siam Victoria years ago realized 20s. To 40s. Per Bushel cose. It win be Plain that if prices anything Lite this can be secured for the Warrigal ship ment Large profits Are in store for the exporters. Dissatisfied Apple growers. Among the chief topics of discussion at the Raidla show on thursday were the co tin Moth and the regulations which con Cern it. At the luncheon almost every speaker referred to it and not a single one spoke in support of the regulations. The producers declared that the regulations As they now stood meant their ultimate ruin. The Case of one grower was cited. He had 300 bushels of apples which were affected by the disease yet by the regulations although he bad been offered is. Per Bushel for them he was not permitted to sell. The Prou Ueen one and a declared that the fact that the Moth was in the fruit made no difference to the taste of the fruit itself and they pointed out that South Australia was the Only place in the world where so much notice was taken of the pest they asked that the regulations should be revised and most of them struck out later on the Hon. T. Hyford took of the cudgels on behalf of the producers. He said the select committee which suggested the regulations regarding the pest had done a foolish thing. The Moths did not materially harm the fruit but just decreased its value. Cut the bored piece of Apple out and the fruit tasted no different that which was not diseased. He thought the regulations should be repealed and hoped the government would move in this direction st once. The returned soldiers. Members of the first contingent who went to sooth Africa have complained of their treatment by the government and it is alleged that when in Africa they were promised employment if they returned to South Australia. The Premier when questioned on the subject stated that no such Promise was made with a View of inducing men to return who desired to Settle in South Africa. If the men refer to any statement made in parliament to the effect that any civil servant who went to the War would be reinstated in his old position on his return and that if any of them were not previously employed in the service they would be Given the preference Over any one else in any new appointment or. Holder states that that Promise is being kept. Al ready a number of them have secured situations under the government and Only lately one was appointed to the police Force in the Northern territory. The criminal sittings. Although the chief Justice was engaged for nearly seven hours in the criminal court on thursday Only cases were disposed of. John o Brien and John has sett were jointly charged with having Bro Ken into a shop at Burnside. When the prisoners were arrested they had a tin of biscuits in their Possession which the pro Secu identified As her property. They pleaded that they had found the Arti Deu in a shed in which they camped while tra Velling with the object of obtaining work. The chief Justice in his summing up re marked that the accused wished the jury to believe that Providence had provided a breakfast for hungry wayfarers in much the same Way that a certain Prophet had been supplied with but the fact that the prisoners had a set of burglars took in their Possession somewhat Dis counted that theory. The jury took the Ante View of the Case and found both prisoners guilty. O Brien who had a bad re Cord was sentenced to three years imprisonment and Hassett wan awarded Yean. Several hours were occupied in hear ing a Case of indecent assault in which Francis Camp appeared As defendant the jury found the prisoner guilty but added a to mercy on the ground that he was under the influence of drink at the time. His Honor after expressing his sorrow that a Man Over 40 years of age should have been guilty of such shocking conduct intimated that in deference to the recommendation of the jury he would pus the lightest sentence that was possible in the circumstances. He. Ordered that the prisoner should be kept to hard labour in the Adelaide gaol for eight months As he was leaving the Dock the prisoner made use of an impertinent expression which he was compelled to withdraw. The Crown solicitor intimated that he did not pro pose to proceed with the Case of Arthur Ernest Marten. There Are still seven cases left in the Calendar but the Crown Soli door Hopes to dispose of the majority of them to Day. The chief Justice has bedded that he a Fol not take the cose of Charles Walter Chandler who is charged with lib until next week. Lamentable ignorance. A charge was being investigated in the juvenile offenders room port Adelaide on thursday morning before messes. W. Johnstone. and j. Cleave in which boys were accused of having stolen 15 bottles of Tomato sauce. One pleaded guilty and the second aged 11, not guilty. The latter was about to give evidence for his de Fence when or. Johnstone enquired of him if he understood the nature of an oath. He replied that be did not me Johnstone then asked do you not understand that you Call upon god to witness1 you Tell the truth the boy replied that he did not understand. The sol remarked that the circumstance was a lamentable one. It to a great reflection upon the present state of education. Or. Johnstone then explained to the defendant that he was required to Tell the whole truth and nothing but the troth and that he would be punished if be neglected to do. So. The some question was put to a witness aged 10 years and he also replied that be did not under stand. When asked if he knew Tae Bible he made no answer. The so. Further enquired bar often be sow a Bible to which the boy openly replied not very often once More the nature of As Oats had to be Esph hied the hairdressers and Early closing. Flux or seven weeks ago there was practically unanimity among the master hair dressers regarding the dosing of their establishments one half div every week. One of the members however broke away the agreement and it is alleged that he in a measure was responsible for other saloons opening during the past fortnight. At a committee meeting on monday last the masters were unable to come to a Deci Sion and they bedded to Call a meeting for thursday evening. The time was fixed for 8 o clock but 40 minutes lapsed before the business was begun. Or. Max Lewin presided Over 16 memos. He stated that the Start they had so for As the dosing of shops on one afternoon in the week was concerned been Able to account for every member except one. Owing to a misunderstanding one Saloon had been opened last wednesday and. One the. Previous week. After djs cassion or. J. Healy although favouring. Thursday dosing moved a motion to the effect that the hairdressers should continue to carry on their business As at present and. Dose on wednesday afternoons. The motion was carried on sni Mously and it was stated that so far As the City was concerned fully 95 per cent of the masters were in favour of it it was pointed out that some of the hair dressers traded of sundays even up to 10 o Dock in the evening. This did not meet with the approval of the meeting and the master of Day shops Are to be asked to sign a requisition to the City corporation requesting that body to alter by-no. 18 in a manner that will prohibit sunday hair dressing shaving and trading in tobacco uses Ware. A proposition by the chairman that the master hairdressers association take immediate action to make the dosing on wednesday afternoon compulsory by Law met with Hearty approval ind was Naoi Woosly adopted. The weather. On thursday or. Griffis remarked the monsoonal Mil now still affect More or less toe whole of tropical Australia and extend southward some distance. Further Hgt to moderate Rains have fallen be tween Oodo Datta and port Darwin and throughout a Large part of the ulterior of Queensland. Along the East cant of the continent there have been Light to heavy rams Yorke s Peninsula Down to new sooth Wales. The heavy Dou Bank which was the feature of the Wecter reports yesterday stall covers the whole of the nor Thern and Central parts of Australia and Che weather continues unsettled with rain falling Here. And there along the Overland Kne and Over the Inland portious of Queensland. All along the South coast in of tie continent have Fine weather this morning with a few cads Over Bass Straits moderately High temperatures be ing reported. The wig the next Twenty four hours the weather in this state win continue Fine worm to Bot and sultry with Easterly winds and slowly facing barome ters or. Anderson of Brisbane predicted on thursday South Australia. Fair to Doudy generally. Scattered showers under fresh variable winds. Sea moderate. Northern territory and Central Australia. Cloudy with yet More rain some than Der incoming mail steamers. Moil steamers reached Fremantle on thursday afternoon the French liner aus Ralien at 12j0 and the Orient boat aug trial at �30. Both of them h the voyage to Adelaide in the evening. A Workman s Independence. An incident which is All the More Gratifying considering the shameless Way in whih some people have end poured to foist their aged parents upon the Benefi Cence of the state came under the notice of or. Peacock yesterday remarks the age of wednesday. A working Man who lives at Richmond wrote to the trea surer stating that his aged father and Mother unknown to him and Iris. Brothers and Sisters had obtained pensions of 8. Per week each. The old people be wrote considered that the pensions were an honourable Means of sub Stabence and As their sons and daughters were not in Good circumstances had thought to relieve them of a Burden. The writer however bad induced them to return their pensions As he and his Brothers and Sisters were still willing to keep them. I was pained and grieved he wrote to Bear of their applications or. Peacock Points to the action of this Man As an example that a be worthily followed. The number of births registered in South Australia during december Wax 708 ave rage of live year 720 total for 1900 8,143. The number of deaths was 344 average of fire years 427 total for 1900, 3,774. In Adelaide the number of births was 00 ave rage of fire Yean 73 total for 1900, 1,022. The number of deaths was 67 average of five Yean 97 total for 1900, 79$. The r3ls Ormuz which was damaged in a collision at Melbourne Home time ago reached Lares Bay on the homeward Voy age at half past 4 on thursday morning. She did the Apple trip. To Hobart. And was Well patronised by excursion lists. The Vest had a fair number of passengers in her Saloon on arrival. The Ormuz sailed Westward at 2 o Dock. Them a. Armand Behic will leave for Marseille on saturday afternoon. . Simpson reported to the City watch House that at about half past six on thurs Day morning a Man named Roche reported that be had seen the body of a Man float ing in the Torrens in the Vicinity of the Weir. The Constable proceeded to the spot and pulled the body out of the water. He made several attempts to restore life but Nis efforts were futile. The body which had been in the water since about 6 o clock tha same morning was conveyed to the morgue where it was ascertained tint the deceased s name was Samuel shearing aged 72, a resident of hindu am. An inquest will be held at the elephant and Castle not at 11 o Dock on Friday morn ing. ? it is not often that instances occur in Adelaide in support of the phrase a Poike maa s lot is not a Happy one but a member of the focal constabulary had an univ meant experience on thursday night. Constable Mcgee was on duty on North Terrace and had occasion to Deal with a powerful Man who is Well known to the police. The Constable s intrusion was strongly resented and a desperate encounter took place during which both parties were considerably knocked about and blood flowed rather Fredy. It was Bow Ever Only a question of time for another policeman shortly appeared and the antagonist was conveyed in a debt House. Both the arrested Man and the Constable presented a sorry spectate but neither was severely injured. The Liverpool Post teus this pleasant Story Scotland a gentleman on a walk one of the suburbs of Glasgow happened to Call at a farmhouse where he was readily supplied with a gnus of milk. He offered the lady sixpence but she de dined All payment i co Ldoa Tak Money for v she said in her proud Way. The gentleman expressed his acknowledge ment and went on his Way but at the Gar Den Gate he detected a Small boy playing. Surely he thought this is the lady s son. So he put his hand m hat pocket to ghz him the sixpence when he heard a shrill voice that s no a Laddie sir then there was a pause and the voice afterwards resounded this time directed towards a Small boy at the Side door gang oot Wulber an speak till the Nice gentleman at the Gate this Story was reproduced in the daily chronicle of London whih a Day or after received this communication a correspondent your Story of the Glass of milk and the sixpence reminds me of a Kindred experience of my . One sunday i called at a cottage in the South of Midlothian and requested a Mea sure of milk which was promptly handed to me. I offered the woman who attended to my wants a few coppers but she Curtly responded i Canna Tak Siller on a saw Bath. I thanked her and was turning away when she whispered. Moo. Be can drop the Baw bees in that tub i the wraith soapsuds in t Iii gel them oot the mom in an interview with lord Avebury in the Temple Magazine for january gome interesting facts arc Given in connection with the subject which his lordship has made a lifelong study the habits and intelligence of ants the anthropoid apes says lord Avebury no doubt approach nearer to Man in bodily Structure than do any other an Nab but when consider the habits of ants their Rocia organization Thor Large communities elaborate habitations their roadways their Possession of Domestic animals and even in some cases of slaves it must be admitted that they have a fair claim to rank next to Man in the scale of intelligence. It � very curious in my nests to see them divided into groups according to size so. That they remind one of a school divided into five or six classes. The of Ante consists of insects great numbers of which they destroy of Honey Honeydew and fruit indeed scarcely any animal or Sweet substance comes amiss to them. Some species such for instance As the Small Brown Garden ant ascend Bushes in search of aphids. The behaviour of ants to one another differs very much according As they Are alone or supported by nume Rous companions. An ant which would run away in the first Case will fight Brandy in the second the new York correspondent of the morning Post narrates the following incident colonel Roosevlt while Hunting in the Rocky mountains recently played a secondary part in an encounter with a huge grizzly Bear that puts him in rather a Ridi Culous position. The colonel wandered away a party of four Hunters of which be was a member and came unexpectedly on the grizzly. The Roughrider fired twice but missed each time. The Bear reared up uttered a deep growl and made straight for colonel Roosevlt who ran for his life. His gun impeded his Progress and he threw it away his hat flew off and Yelling to attract the attention of the other members of his party be was almost on the Point of exhaustion when one of the guides arrived and put a Ball through the grizzly s head. An abrupt and tragic ending was Given to the dinner of the Edinburgh merchant company. The banquet was As it always is a splendid affair and the company included several distinguished guests whose names appeared on the list to propose or reply to the most important toasts. Or. John a 81. Master of the company in his Canad to of Host received the guests with his accustomed geniality and when dinner was served to the accompaniment of Good mask he was seen at the head of the Board smiling upon the company and enjoying himself As heartily As any one. The dinner was at 7 o clock and punctually at a Quarter to 9 the master Rose and be Lici thusly proposed the Queen a few minutes later he Fdl Forward upon the Tahk and before the company had had time to realize that death had Ruddy broken in upon the festivities he had passed away. The scene was one which a not Likely to be forgotten by any who were present the Weka pad Board the distinguished company in whose ears were ringing soil the lingering echoes of the National Anthem the alarm Dunning o Toaste Matioda writ ten in every face the Sodden sense of de pression and doom breaking in upon a time of feasting and of treasure and lying in the Hall behind the chair he had filled so worthily on Many an Occa the dead body the says thai in 1900 Only sailing cargo carriers a ship of 1.983 tons and a Brigantine of 1,380 tons the latter Fofi san Frana Eoo were built in the docks id addition to the barges and such Small whih made up exec Andy the sail total of ome preceding years. France alone Eon tinned to build sailing vessels they suit to Fri rally the Bounty system but have a eight Yean decreased our pop Ortton of sail to total tue whant tonnage boat Flemm to 1 per cent., and this too ii to Iua Tahoma that the wastage of Taihung ships is st t greater rate than with steamers the ton nage of sailers lost a Hast year having been 313,887 to 469,021 tons of teamed. 4 the value of a Avdy imagination As 4 curative agent in disease is now Wal understood by doctors and is frequently used As an Aid in effecting a cure. Pare water for instance is used by certain phys kaon in the City Hospital at Piir Rinotti. Where there is a Young woman who believes cannot sleep without receiving a Hyp Dew Mic injection of morphine. She gets the injection regularly but water is substituted for the morphine. The deception work like a Charm and the patient is Lew Wering now and than a Case presents an amusing phase. One woman possessed of the idea that her heart was growing to her Side re fused to improve under the treatment Ooi corded her and the doctors knowing Hen condition wan due to hysteria planned to of her. Medicine was preen Thiedt made up of the most drugs and1 the patient was ordered to 4ake do seat hourly. After the first Day s treat nth the woman said at was Well enough to go borne and the doctors eoaaalate4 themselves that the exp Lins decoction Haj proved so soccer Raul. To their Surpri Svi when the woman left the Hospital she asked that a bottle of the Medicine be Given her As it had furnished her More Relief than anything she had taken. Although the Don ton nay that it is women who respond most readily to this form of i1 Iii a there is now and then a Man who permits himself to be deceived to his adva tej Tage. An Adderly Man for instance softer de greatly imaginary paralysis. There fore the Ordinary treatments whether a drugs or the electric current had so effect upon him. The doctors consulted and Goa Day by prearranged plan the patient Bot informed by a person supposed to be mum Terc sted in he Case that in no electricity was what he needed Aad sea then he has shown marked improvement under the constant application of a wooden Magnet painted to resemble the Genns article. The eating of Salt was never so fashion Able in London As it is just now. End meat at a number of restaurants in the Sty and the West end tend to show that people Are consuming Salt at if their lives Depede upon it. They Are taking ssh not a d condiment but As a Meridie. The Amer i can doctors who declare that Salt is tha True elixir of life Are responsible for the creation of this enthusiastic one of fait eaten in London. They Are a. Convinced that they Are making Sente Narius of them sores. The proprietor of a restaurant in Cheapside who eaten for of takers Luck broken and other substantial and matter of fact people of that kind said to a Tepee tentative of the daily Milit is perfectly True. On the very first Day then port new York was published1 i pm served a noticeable increase in Tae amount of Salt taken by my customers a luncheon nearly All the Salt cellars were Renje Nisbet twice Between the hours of noon and hires in the afternoon. Ordinarily once filling would have been Suff ident. This pushed me at first because 1 had not seen a scr. That morning Bat one of my waiters told me be had overheard a known and5 Adderly member of Lloyd s ask Onollee gentleman if be behaved in the Alt theory for prolonging life. The gentleman replied most emphatically that he did not and took another spoonful a very old Custo Mer As he was leaving the room turned1 Back and coming to the Cash desk where 1 was standing said by the Way. Why Don t you put pickled pork on once or twice a week. I m of pickled pork that gentleman is nth used the restaurant keeper bad never before asked for that doubt Ful luxury All the Yean be had lunched at my place. A few minutes afterwards another customer asked ton bloated twice a week and looked quite disappointed when i objected to provide them on account of the Aroma. At seve ral of the soften Oon sea for Hillmus dining places in the Sobo District similar. Stories were told of the suddenly aroused hunger for common Salt at a typical French restaurant off Leicester Squar the proprietor de dared that on saturday he. Run out of Salt although be had reckoned upon there being Raffi Rient to Supply the needs of his patrons up to the following monday evening. Mais oui exit Ahnrud the proprietor with an emphatic shrug if icy eat so mooch sail i most pot it on their additions at a meeting of the East India Aston lion had last month at its rooms at tic Toria Street with lord Reay in the chair or. William sort cry brought Forward a project for supplying water in India during time 01 drought on the partial or Complete failure of the Monsoon rams. Pooai durable quantities of water he thought could Mort undoubtedly be obtained in almost even part of India by mean of deep but inc pc Norire Artesian lube Wal. The Artesian Well system might be said to have been the salvation of parts of Africa new zealand Australia &c., and in the United states it was the nys tera Par excellence not Only for water Cupply but Law for tapping Oil and for purposes. The chief Point to be considered in Boring the Wells were the nature of the strata and the likelihood of obtaining water the data could be ascertained by the examination of existing Well and by a proper Hydrogeology Cal Survey of the various formations. Though the absence of touch surveys Ren dered it difficult to arrive at the exact Cost of soph works be calculated that 20 Wols sufficient to Supply nearly 13qjb0q persons and their cattle could be made for �10,565,. Including Cost of Boring apparatus engine Power buildings and supervision. Large supplies again could be secured by Means of i accumulating and compensating resets Roar constructed in the valleys of the great riven along which there were lying recesses that without very much 1 Bour and with moderate sized dams or bands could be made to retain consider j Able quantities of water to be used Only when the Monsoon failed. A tank holding 6 million Gallons of water sufficient to Supply 1,000 people with 25 Gallons a Day each for 260 Days he estimated Coald he constructed for �005. Such tanks combined with Artesian Wells would greatly mitigate the sufferings of the people of la Dia during failure of the Monsoon Rains though these supplies would of course be insufficient for any extent of irrigation of the crops which must be supplied by nut. Or by canals extensive Lesei Iuka. Much also remained to be done in improving the system of cultivation which was so defective that the ground never absorbed the moisture the heavy Dews a great source of Fertility in warm Atka India. The scottish sir too tool soday hot Given occasion of scoffing to oar be Brit and Irish Neighbours. The members of the society it seems take a pledge never to treat anybody. An irishman has been so unkind As to say that there i so . For a Scotchman to take och a pledge in commenting on the enormous waste caused by alcoholism the Paris journal de me Dedoe Points oot that Hospital statistics alone witness that inveterate drank enness costs the Day at least 2fio0j0bo Franci per annul through the lost labour of the individual and the direct Cost of Hospital treatment. For the Consolation of those who not off Lionires or. Arthur Stringer Pic Tores the condition of that terrifying pos fan in f Zinabe s Magazine that wasted and Allia tap us starved soul vast Aad cola nay pampered a grew of lad stood with loaded hands and heart tones Paw a comr. With a Tauton bits of Gou

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