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3 Jan 1901

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3 Jan 1901

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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - January 3, 1901, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia vf.4thfr sep oms and Fobb tears face st of probable weather from wednesday i till to to night. Issued at l2s pin. On wednesday Stith Paivi n ill Ifil of Iii Fimoff. Weaver coot Douay with Fresn to Strong West to South winds and rather rough sea. Barometers rising sad winds soon Morton Reg. With fair Victoria supplied by or. P. and showery More especially m coastal districts with fresh to Strong West to sooth winds. Moderately Fine a far North and North West District. Rough sea in Straits. Western Australia supplied by or. W. B. A not Fine and warm or hot throughout South the tropics wit probably a Tew isolated Thun rent arms Inland. Weather continues to look very threatening on North West coast the set set dept Essieu which i Mil As on Sun Day during tuesday Momtag developed into a cyclonic storm system of considerable Energy causing very rough weather Aad More or Kkt Leary Rains throughout Tasmania and Victoria and generally boisterous Aad squally weather but without inf Chi for a i hat a this morn go and a very few barometer still off the tooth end of Tasmania and the weather that and Over the victorian coast hit rough. In this Colony we have Dandy and Cool weather with fresh to Strong winds but moderating conditions Are coming up from the Westward with an area of High barometers which now lies Between Albany and the great bight throughout Tropi Cal Anst Nua we and the weather More or less Colowit and unsettled this morning sad Rains have Bollea both in Queensland and the Northern Terri tory but Tor the most part confined to the Coas Tal District the dry Central regions of the con Tinnert having Only had � Tew isolated the Der cables Todd got emment astronomer. . St Jan. ? statement of the pc sore tem pet Are rate fad and state of the weather Roca ered at the Adelaide other Vantory during the past Kewai Days at the boars meat Toni ? i Bati Teana Ataw by ten Beta. 3 . T what her. ? a Mirba. Map ?. I . ? not. 9eacmim.ii ni9 new Udo. Ref. Sls.72i�s.0i10t4 6ls it v it wow m is Sis Sijub 1oc 70,7 Robt wow ii ban. �a44kta.ai�s.4 8x2 men. 78.1 9.4 foes. L g� 80 6&9 allot by. W ate Vafai Ja-gs37ji7�jmjj0lnicyctpiw�ws tank Etta is Send esd and co acted to 3i Deg. Fanr., but it is not a Decd to a Kret Tho and bin fall Tat tar the � hours Piee Edin the Tant of Rufer Firin. The weather Othma rebors to the Cott Fitina. At the weather at the time of outer ration. Only. Shiphra. Tan Mirtie. Pasdar january z sum aia Tir fcu5 in High water 4.30 pin. Am Lvke. January i. To. I ii. To mtg mar 1 in my f Wal str. Is str. Nun Bugo Wansie december my cargo eat. Gate Bright and of agents. Aard Onece Taroe. Veto tons c. Is Tulisua Sasur. Troa Cape town november 2l Cibbs Fiji by. And co Jacenta. Certs Steamer. 06 Toas 1 Ceram he master bom Post Vincent. Projected Deyab acres. For London. Victoria january 3 Ortona Janu Ary 10 Rome. Jamar 17 Hebe doing january Orizaba january 24s of pc torrid of. Due Jug Janu Ary Himalaya january 31 torrent Undag february Oriya february 7 chins february a of co t Taco ii p. A. February 28 Orono. March ? Oceana March 14 Britannia. March 28. For Bremen. 42rosser suit but january 19 Darmstadt february 16 Friedrch Der Creese March 16 Prins Regent Luppold. April is Wei by May 11. For port Darwin chins and Japan. Chingon january a aide about Stmary e. For Java. Parts. Magdeburg about january 12. For Natal and Cape town. Naming end of january wan Kambool wac Manfe Ward Gal and Yam Wonga to Fondow. For . January 28 Amend tvhft., Febrey 23 -. Myrtis Lille de b do Tat april. A for Melbo Arae Sydney sad Queensland ports. Pabura january 4 Madoo january Era january 4 Sydney direct. For Western Australia. A Flowra january 4 Herbert a i Infra s Bey Cool Suoi january 8 of Lana Jamar 11 Anglian Jana Arr i Bunin Vong january s8. Bailed. January 2. Ferret Steamer air Spencer s Gulf ports. Porto Ian. Ketch tar port Wakenell Edh Alice Kaich for Salt Creek. Free selector Ketch Tor Kangaroo Bland. Ceres of Fps a for port to Hent. Larooka. Steamer Tor edit Burg. Sooth Autralia Tor ,7� Bales Wod. For iondoali6 bags wheat 10 Bales Wool for Antwerp Bates Wool. For Dunk acc 4 Bales Wool from port Victor for London 705 Bales Wool Basurto. For Hud 149 Bales Wool for London Iso Bales sheepskin. 554 do. Wool december 3l time for Albany 4,783 bags Ore 113 10 bags bran 20 do. Pouted 7 hosts 8 Bullocks 3 cows so sheep 1 Day 14 esses wine 3s6 sacks near 170 cases fruit 8� Hatif cases do., 76 to. 2 cases Meata is do. Flesh 40 pkg. Ger Drift ister colonial. Melbourne. Arrived january 2 Orizaba Loo Don Ara Watta. Look Tom of ogee Sun Ceston oeds new York Niagara London. Sailed january i Kawadri. Strahan it Negrine Sydney Wou Owra fre Malatk. _ Sidney. Arrived january 2 Maraeba and War Lego Brisbane. Sailed january gunboat pro Tector 600th Autralia Imam inca Aad Keno Wam Brisbane my bourse. Newcastle. Arrived january Fedenl and East toted Melbourne. Brisbane. Arved january 1 Tarada Bunda to january Perthshire, Sydney. Sailed january Tyrian. Towns role. Albany. Arrived january Baltazan, Kew Side. Sailed january Woouoanooloo, lot oct posts. Port Jamar a Star of Italy ship. L571 tons West master from puget sound Wii a full cargo of Oregon for broken Hill and for the Globe Timber milk company a wills and co., agents. Min Taro Steamer. Paymaster torn port Adelaide to Load Lead Aad Ore Ade Laide steamship company agents. Pen Hermein. Arrived january 1farestig.i Tor. Port Adelaide. Sailed january 2avesdga Tor. Pert Pirie. Wallaroo. Arrived january Tovestigator and Adelaide Ilo Onta Alda Cape town. Sailed january 1 Adelaide Aad investigator port fide. Port vie Toria. Arrived january Fiea Flower Wardany Island. Sailed january 8ea Flower warning Island. Edit Burg. Arrived january Warooka, port Adelaide. Sailed january 1 Larooka port Adelaide. Ardrossan. Arrived january 1 James Camrie port Adehid. Sailed january James Comrie fort Adelaide. Enda. Jannary a Rols. In Malaya from Lon Don arrived Fremantle l20. Rivers. Milan. Arrived january Jupiter, Gohra. Soiled january 1 Malang. Men Ingie. Murray january 1tyro, Man boo arrived snit it i1 Tiv Murray Bridge. Jamar Victor Morgan. Sailed january 1 to Murray Bridge. Overland Jim Irr 1 vote Mia. I liver. River Levels. The following shows the state of the livers above summer level at the undermentioned places at 9 an. On wednesday Januc a s Gundagai 2 it. 6 in. Ragga Ragga 1 l. 11 in. Hay 1 it. Balranald. 2. No goo Doga. Low Mun Gundi 1 it. 6 in. Mcgoy. Low namoi. 2 it. 11 in. Brwon 4 re 6 in. In warring 3 it. 3 in. Bourke 6 in. Louth Low Talpa. Low a Cannia 5 in. Menin Ilie Low pm came Low a it won 5 in. Wah Chorab 1 it. 6 in. Edmea 2 it. 11 in. Swan in 2 it 2 in. Enston. 9 it. 8 in. Overbid Cor Ner. 6 fax. Cd in. Morsan 7 it. 10 in. Benmark 6 it. 5 in. Movements of steamers. On wednesday morning messes. George web Aad co. Received a cablegram from their London House advising the arrival of the Myrtle Holme on Mon Day december a 1900, after a splendid voyage of us Days. Elder Smith and co. Old. Advise that Shaw Sivill and Ca s . Gothic arrived at Hobart Tram London on the 2nd inst. Passengers per weft Ralia on inn Rujay Jamatry 3. Ski. Dann Starc left sues on the morning of Sica Ruay dept Tylier 29, outwards. P. Aad o. Line. The Bri Vinnitt arrived at Plymouth on saturday p. Tom a am j9, Lukuc Hhill bound. The Chun left sues of thursday morning. Be be Obs 27, outward bound. The India arrived at son on sunday morning i a Coniber 30 homeward ni1. The Ormasa Steamer from Banjo Evangie anchored at 4 an. Oti the 2nd. She was boarded by the health officer a the Early morning in a Gale which was not debilitated after the previous night s pm a. The vessel bad Fine weather As far As Cape Leeuwin and then st song West South West Aad West North West pries. In her hold was a huge cargo of my .11. Tit Ormina i a Large steel screw to x2js tons Grosec built in Sibb by r. Thompson awl sons at ? ? or the Uve Pool snipping company limited. She is 30 it. 2 in. Long 4s it. Beam Aad is it 3 in. Deep. Captain Walker to with him As a e. J. Hawken first g. S. Houghton second s. A. Cum Wal Thini and a. Bateu. Chief if the Barons Sar Dotzene Balej from the Cane is visa fete the port 00 Ste Liber a i Bateast and coded Here fir orders. Very Good weather rated the passage. Captain Pattie so was Here some Jas a a the David Morgan. The Sar Doziene a an Hnat Bane 2,000 tons built in bs2 by Oswald mordant. And co. At South h Liep ii and u owned by the Liverpool ship Ptg com pay limited. Her durations Are 20 it line 39 o. C in. Beam Aad 24 pc. 2 in. A depth. She was ordered of to Newcastle. The Mary want Temon Eureka. Calif Anna of monday with a cargo of Timber is Juwig Piffl 0 a gkhc1 Timber Mif on invt barometric Al read aces. The mowing table has Bam constructed aval observations rates red in this oct for every Afat Boms during the last three Days Aad Jar this Imp iat height above sea level. It Fly 3 an. Saab. 3 pea. ?. Monday _ sls7 ssl80 Sejd 9.7 tic Day m m 9.65 9jt hl80 9.69 wednesday 9.00 19.70 9.7b 9.78 Fote Braae Etc 22.78, atari Najr at s o clock this Momtag Chou dec Schmal . Alanl.gbeiaa.co., Maar Stock so Aust or a Laid Wake Ohamm to Kim win Ems st. In h e Australasia the Federal ill stated weekly this week s Mejt Iatrow include Commonwealth celebrations. Street decorations. First Federal ministry. It the Seaside. Melbourne and Sydney. Broken Hill society. Opall newsagents. Price sixpence. Wholesale bom w. Try 74, jag a fam Onset and r. A. Too too go. Vertise acts not red been w. A Rita by h. Bam Goa and w. D. Fonder. It Etc the Commonwealth. A Federal supplement now Adelaide observer contains a supple ment ? ? ? j of exceptional Merit eight pages of Beautiful views and photographs met of to great historical event Wooin mated of. January l Price 4vl postage id. Extra. to Day. Orders for copies should be mat immediately. 363e the Adelaide observer Price four Pence. The oldest established weekly news paper Publ Zahed in South Australia devoted to the Best interests. Of the Commonwealth is a recognised authority on pastoral agricultural sporting mining political social and All matters of interest to the general Reader. As the observer freely circulates throughout the common wealth it is an excellent advertising. Medium. The Adelaide Obser ?. Ver contains the news of the world. Rates of subscription. Per Quarter in Advance 4s. 6d. Per annul in advance16s. Single copies ? id. To be obtained from newsagents. Drink Oak Bank ales. Finest in Australia , egg Mem. Amaze undo a edly Thebes in the Popli. Whitelaw s wallpapir8, anal Vita . Ajit Ham Oinos a Max urgent collection at Aabida showroom. 7, King William Street Thos. Whitelaw go., London. Melbourne. Sydney Adelaide or. W. Theo. Phanasy die Emit to practise dental surgery in dental cod attral science crib opt. So Terrace Oppon Sandte. We be oat of town an abort Jarl b a. Covers meet s pcs cent. Bock Ftp of Iscom lax. Mcc at th1 try abort to-0at. With intent Tram 1st december. Ims. �100 m �94 15/T lays and lyrics a volume or poems by the late Morgan Hawk. ? Mot. May it had Bam aunt principal books Tum in ? ? theory. Dec Marfred Eskell Uto skill tatr81all, to a we. A j. C Bowell a Traat tailob8, Kab a tit ? -. ? ? mom ballot or s. Umm cocklk78 Pill 8.for bile. Cockle s pills. For liver. Cockle s pills. ? for acidity. Cockle s pills.? for heartburn. Cockle s pills. ? for indigestion. Ocklis pills. \ for sick headache. Cockle s pills. ? in use everywhere Cockle s pill8.free from Mercury. Cockles use Over 94 years. B bases at is. 14, pc. Mac. Fri. Us a Tab of att3mfctotatttbtte-�=. / ? How published ? the Sheet almanac. For 1901. Prick Al i i hot this Flat snap contains that and list Foldal faster Mason Correct to to the latest Date also a Tab of the dispatch and Anil of inward mails. District councils municipal corporations Nighti on vehicle act test Semi Kou ctr Large Assant of it l pcs Tel am #5c� Etc to left Calendar coat Aias the eclipses Lor the stat u Wall u the times of the biting Aad setting of the son Aad Moon. Agents an respectful or requested to Forward their Ordeta Early. Storekeepers and business people can have Towb Giaimi Tod the nature of their business a Pefaur pri5ted at the heading of the almanac. The tront Tor which win by a applied on. A Puca Job to the Provci Toca. Us w. X. Thomas co. St. Geoege Claret highest awards. Agents Milne k 00. I him a o l l i h a b i a the Qorea of tame water hat a Chana which Haakan of artificial aerated Waseca do not teb dream of Maniag agents sub of. Ea&l7 _cl0sihq. To or customers As already advertised we intend doring at 1 pin. Of saturday. It take thu. Opportunity to Itati that we Vuu Chattem it a Niton u oar town and country customer Wald make up Thor Orden Tarly in the week to Ai to ans re Early Devry. By to doing it would enable our trait bin and Deus cry Handi to put Pau to the tall tit Bene. Teot the Btry Dobiac ave unsent. Bete. Intend to is Janeace the stray Clos by on saturday jaad kith and Trad no that to ump Euleut will by a macs to All concerned and Hen to none % we Are. Toon truly csa&lx0z beos., Cash grocers teamed a is ru10ble Street. And so East end Market. A Sass Butdorf b5a0acw wafers , j. B. Borup a mtg at that Wotan set Sec a toss Early casing act. To our customers and the Public generally. Ladiet and gentlemen although Remot from the closing Obi pharmacy under this act we have decided after car Fol . To get All ear East Jota the fall Broefle of t regular saturday half Houdart. Oar pharmacy win therefore be closed on saturdays at 1 pro. Suddat Hobbs Morais 10 to 11 after Coon 2 to a evening 8 to 7. Tours faithfully Bohks chemists Comer of Roadie Street and Zawier Plaza. Nile snares Augst and Lent Hub inc iwo ii War i him miss set Anjim. Brood Ninee Jam 32-l in Tubaas Tomato sauce. 8w. Bob Finhart Spanish Lune Nica. Ltd. Bot scotch zippered Herrings. Lid. Tip 3ood sheep tongues. 1/ tin sew sardines Large tins. 3idtin Freeh Herrings Milne scid. Tin Tatj Choice Atn it an Salmon 8ad tin 9nr establishment will to closed 1 it clock saturdays Evhen the Early closing act comes into operation. P. Mcrostie go. The leading grocers. L33, bt7ndle Street 47 tears. Ass sure 111 to Earit m his Liili Ritj at the co s premises during tit us Paar e he a of met Hattit within a Toj Var Dibi-5to3lk.11 Wost Tejohn Matt it co ? not brass to in adulterated and reliable. All hotels and re8taurant8. H. Burkic & sobels. Rel. 99. . A lathe a Vilii Yia i i Baw a Agama pm am my sew shipment Indian chutneys Indian pickles and sauces Cocoa. Cho Oolah. Teas and Coors. Drummond bros., Mchose. add lab. Special notice. Noc exceeding five lines Are inserted once each in the resister the of Terr the even ing journal,11 and special summary prepared for Trautm Faaoo to England for the at ogre charge of half a Crown extra use so. Each. Tit name and address of the sender most a All cases be Given births. the 3rd december at Kaiga a Donne Street. North Adelaide the wife of r. It. Bleech More a dog Ter. Perc1valoo the Sut december at Kights Brook try Avenue East Adelaide the wife of born fat Percival it ton. Marriages. � Fischer Turoci. On the huh december in the metro debt Church to gala. By the Rev. A. U. Torne Frederick �., third Aon of Justn Fia Faer of Laag Bonie a Creek to Vorence May Flora third daughter of h. Turpin of Yong Ala. Walker-unxe3 the 16th december at so Paul s Charch Flinders Street Adelaide by the err. Charles Irater Andrew second Toa of the late John Walker to Rote Annie pollens both of West coast. Deaths. Columns a on the 26th december at Bis Sonin Law s residence or. D. Vir Balaklava Jam a Collins aged 74. A colonist of 60 years be arrived with his either the late John Collins of in Odd in ism. In memorial. Acklam in Toring memory of my dear wife and Mother Amy Louisa Ackland who died january Jeri. 1s0u. Faw tech holy memories duster. Like the stats when storms Are past pouting up to that tar beaten where we Hope to meet at last. Inserted by her Loving hat band Aad children. Mail notices. Great Britain. This Day via sues . Victoria. 11.15 . Newi tapers and registered Mettert 10.u . Late letters . 1so5 ., Adelaide Balway Sutton 1�jo port Ade Laide railway station 12.43 pm. British and foreign parcels Post per the above Steamer doses it the . 10.15 . Mail Doe in London february 3. Up. January Stu. Manei Utt Talyat a. 10js . Up. Jamar is pm san run disco 3 pin. Ute fee s.3u . Money of fers to state. Iso . Up. January is Fimster kor most 1l1s . ? Cape Colony. Raymary is-5 pin. To Melbourne thence per Aberdeen. New Australia Para Foay january 103 . Via. New Eta bad. New Dty-a30 Iknou. To Sydney thence per. Birk aate. I Phox and other South sea kla5ds.jann iryu0 pjn., to Sydney thence per Flat of Portanier. Ful this day3j0 . To Syd Ney thence per Birka Zate. New Zea land. Tub Day Ajo pun., Overland to Sydney. U0n0utu and Vamp Kyver s b land Isdo Dinc America Jamar 18-3 pin. Ule fee. 6d\, 130 pin. To Sydney to face per Starr Moo. Western Lay Vietoria 1lu . January i Wolf no l15 . Ardrossan. This Day James com re 6j0 an. Stansbury. This Day Ceres 6j0 Cascario Island Jamar wanes com lie 8j0 an. Edit Burg. January 5 Larooka l30 an. Eucla ? Vanory to 130 via port Lncoln. Fowlers l.ti pub via Pott Lincoln. Franklin Harbour. This Day ferret 6.45 via Wallaroo. Ood Busatta Charlotte Waters aug apr pics. And Alt unix Jaa tary 6.45 an. Ria Ood Radatti 46.45 an. Via Ood Nadatta. Norther it to Day Foo ., overhead. To Syd Ney. Port Van Corr. Mmry 8 cent 6j0 it. Port i Remet &30 urn. Up. Indicates that malls must be specially asked. ? dded to at v Kkt it Mth is nge. Page. Amusements. 8 mining. ? s Ane Rotts ? s wanted 8 Board and lodging. 8 municipal and Dis Burdess notices. S.8 strict councils. T comp Anima k Sode Tiea s Money. 8 codes a ? 8 patents and Trade carriers ? 1 Marks ? 2 drapery Aad doth persons wanted. 8 ing ? 3 pro Perks for Sal. 7 education ? 1 properties wanted. 7 funeral notices. T pubic atoms and Sta Borses cattle be Itonery ? 8 hides. 8 Dubue notices. 2 hotel and restau. Obj . 1 rants ?8 situations wanted 8 lost sad found. 8 special Advt. 4 machinery ? 8 tailors and outfitters 1 medical. S to let ? 7 merc Baaden. 8 tenders ? 8 missing friends and. Wanted to buy. S menaces. ? 2 wanted to Stu. 8 7nt Warfa or a Tomt Vaasa ? Iii ii it he Fri Dierf Adelaide thursday Jak uart 3, vol the Boer was How to in move than fifteen pro Oaas Boers Are now prisoners of War Fai the bands of be British adding to is number a moderate est Maib of the comm 4n used and wounded and he Deas from sickness daring the Long wre no Patch. It pc Plain that the Boers Nave been deprived of from a third to one Alf of their possible Mas Ter of fighting men. Everyone who is cot absolutely insensate with Blind hatred Recognises that farther Boston us Are entirely useless. In very Many Boer tomes it a powerful incentive towards working for the establishment of peace to know that Al most All of the fifteen thousand prisoners expatriated at 8t Helena or Ceylon or detained in various prisoners Camps and 4n gaols through Iraq South Africa will return when the Tranquillity of the country is assured. As things Are at present the women and children have to struggle on with the farm work As Best Tivey tit White the natural breadwinner kicks Bis heels in enforced idleness cooped up amongst a Host of other prisoners far across Rne sea. The old folks sit about gazing with Wistful eyes Over. The Veldt or poring Over their bibles to find what prophetic bits they May Chance upon in order that the mystery of their great National misfortune May be unravelled. All alike nest perforce admit that in some Way or other the War Bas been a mistake. Even the obstinate old sex president is said id be meditating a policy of submission if he Lias not already actually sent a Mes Sage to general Botha counselling that course. Only or. Leyds among the Boer coterie in Europe Sticks fast to a s advice of fighting to die bitter end. He is he those implacable but highly prudent and cautious people whom a Tetras Ward satirized daring the ame rican civil War by expressing a de sire to see the last drop of his rela Tives blood spot Rattler than resign the glorious Union and by j my King Bis touching letter from e member of the Home guard who lunched at Del Monico s and had Bis quarters in the metropolitan. The bitter end is not quite so bitter for to. Leyds luxuriating in a Brussels hotel As it is for the poor deluded Boer Farmers whom he induced to take up arms on the solemn assertion that he had secured offers of help from Greatt Powers. The guerilla tactics adopted by the commandos in the Field win Render very difficult die task of deciding at what particular Point in the it May be really Safe to release any or All of the Boer prisoners. It has been repeat edly proved that oaths of neutrality Are of very Little value during the storm and stress of Active hostilities. Mrs. John Richard Green the widow of the famous historian Bas recently been Titt big the exiles at st Helena and she cites an instance which is Evi Dently intended by her to assist Tat smoking sympathy for the Boers but Wimch win certainly militate against my proposals for setting the prisoners it Liberty while any of the commandos Are ranging about the country. A Roung Pale faced delicate lad told her How he had been forced to tame the British oath by threats of instant death with a pistol pointed at his head but retained nothing to protect him from molestation save a Little piece of paper on which the British officer certified that he bad taken the myth and must not be harassed by any of her majesty s troops. Shortly after wards a Boer commando swooped Down upon the farm and compelled trim to enlist under pain of Swift destruction. The Boers Are understood to Bave Shorter shrift for any one who re cases to join toxin the British have for enemies who break thierr oaths and thus it comes about Itiat a Farmer who wishes to live at peace and not to throw his life away finds it his Best policy to join every commando tint May approach his premises with invitations and threats a contemptible Pant is being played by some pro Boer sympathisers in South Africa by the dissemination of cd ration against the British undercover of a presumed prerogative of Protection. Such men is the Rev. A. Stent Ler who last sunday delivered a Dia tribe against the British and preach 9d rebellion i the principal reformed Chun of Cape town Are far More reprehensible than the simple Boer far mers who Bend to the passing storm Rhen the War sweeps m their direction. Equally pernicious Are the fanatical people Ufeo act a Sec Flar part in eng land. Or. W. T. Stead Feas been Titt ing or. Kruger on be continent and Lis condolences with the old Man Bave resulted in the declaration that no Bri Tisher can honestly Pray that god uld defend the right seeing that the right is an on a Side of the Boers. Let this same writer before he turned Lis coat on this topic under the in fluence of some personal slight from tar. Chamber Lam wrote in 18966o Paul Kroger ins cose on the same line is the Sultan of Turkey whom he resembles in Many ways with the result that he has achieved like tie Shadow of god a Stamboul an immediate per Sonal Victory at the Cost of ultimate extinction in every sentence of the character sketch of Oom Paul which winds of with this prophecy there is a distinct recon Mthm of the fact that the late president of the Transvaal was in the wrong in his oppression of the Alt Sanders in us treatment of the natives i his principal negotiations with the British government and even in his relations with his brother Boers of the free state. Tet the Man who penned these sentences less than five rears ago has now the Cool Assurance to torn round and lecture Bis British Enow countrymen for following his advice unfortunately there Are very Many among the Boers who imagine that the boldness of the pro Boer Cham pions in England is due to the existence of a Large weight of Public sentiment behind thei rat i Bante the exceedingly Hoer Al Laws and usages of the British nation regarding the right of Eree speech. Thus by braggart talkers to Cape Colony and m England the burghers fare being induced to Ruth Tessly Lay waste their own country to sacrifice Many lives uselessly and to indefinitely delay the release of the to teen thous my prisoners and the re born of British troops to their Homes. The War is net yet nearly Over if ?, the Der 4he term. Many men. In the Boer commandos have no Home lies and of Fol be Only Toa ready to continue their present wild marauding Mode of Ute Boking up trains pillaging farms and villages and talking about their love of glorious Liberty. Lord Kitchener has before my the difficult task of running to Earth numerous bodies of Boera who in effect Are bands of Bushranger. He has appealed to the australian colonies to make up the strength of their contingents by fresh levies and the ready response which he is receiving shows clearly enough tint the states of the Commonwealth will be quite As. Willing to uphold the honour of the British Flag As were the separated colonies of Australasia. Producer Gas producer Gas is a new term which May. To some people prove misleading particularly perhaps to those who have been in the habit of Reade austra Lian speeches. Its mean ing has nothing whatever to do with the inflated nonsense which some australian patriots talk about encouraging 4he producer it is simply a new engineering term intended to denote a certain kind of Coal Gas which has no pretensions whatever 4b give when used by itself a first class dominating flame Bat which nay be used i Gas engines for Power generation. The name fuel Gas May be regarded As the generic term White producer Gas re Presente a particular kind a Titch is made in a very much Simp ined form of go him hiring Plant in i the pro Ducer. It is Well known that a very huge proportion of the costly machines and complicated processes required for the production of a Gas that will give the Standard flame required by the. Civic authorities of a great cities must be debited to the necessity first for using Only certain expensive grades of Coal and then for carefully purifying the product while still Leav ing in it those Carbon particles the incandescence of which is the cause of the mom portion of the Light emitted. It is now dearly understood that a very considerable element of waste is involved in applying Gas of High Jiuu min attn Quality to the purposes of Power production and to the Genera Tion of heat. It is Tike the mistake of using rectified spirit for cleaning Pur poses when methylated would serve the purpose equally Wett. Hitherto the Only reason which has reconciled Power users to this obvious source of loss has been the fact that one Gas main gives them a Supply for both lighting and heating purposes. But 4 new element Esters into the problem when the fact is thai f Nel or a bouncer Gas is undoubtedly the prime source of the future flu minting system As generally applied to cities. Either for the driving of Gas engines to operate dynamos or for the production of baht through incandescent burners a heating Gas most eventually drive the purified Light pro during Gas out of the Market the strange anomaly that the Best a fat can now be emitted by Gas of the Low est illuminating Quality forms the text of a recent article i the con temporary review the writer who 6igns himself sex Fumo Luce is Evi Dently to some extent biased to favour of the Weisbach Mantle and the incan descent system of Street sighting As against the electric tight Bat his comparison of the two standards now str his tax sighting purposes by Gas itself is calculated to raise some Inte resting questions. When the acts of parliament and municipal regulations were adopted by which the practices of existing Gas companies or Public authorities Are controlled the simple question which the testing officer was asked to answer in 4he interests of the ratepayers and other Consumers was How Many candles would be required to produce a Light equal to that of a flame of specified size and shape Given by the Sample of Gas under Mim. Tiofil if however an incandescent Mantle be used the beating rather than the Light emitting properties of the article form Che All important ques Tion because the work of the Gas in that Case is simply to raise the Mantle to a White heat and keep it at that Point in the lighting of the streets of Adelaide a very Large proportion probably More than one half of the expense incurred in making the Gas is absolutely wasted. No doubt it is cheaper for the Gas company to sup ply the streets lamps with a illuminating Gas although practically using it for Mere heating purposes on Weis Bach Manor put ban to provide a second set of Mains. Tet without doubt a taming Point of policy will soon be reached at which owing to the in crease in the number of Gas engines and of incandescent jets employed the heating qualities will receive the prime consideration in the manufacture of Gas and overtures will be made with the object of inducing citizens to accept a heating Gas on condition that the makers shall Supply mantles As a part of their contract. News of the Day. Crr floor t1twm the Otteen. Within 12 Boom of he excellency the governor tending the Telegram conveying greetings to her majesty the Queen a re ply was received by lord Tennyson. It was item sir Arthur Bigge the Queen s private Secretary at Osborne and was As follows the Queen sincerely thanks you and the state of South Australia wednesday s we sir to such a Gratifying extant was yester Day s number of the Register appreciated by the Public that although several thousands of extra copies were printed the Issue was completely sold out. Taos who were unable to procure copies a Fol now be enabled to do so As we have printed an additional Supply. The common Wear the celebrations and the mail. There has been an Lara Sun demand for copies of the Register of january 1 and january 2 containing the autograph Mes cases from in pfc men and the illustrated reports of the proceedings in Byrne in connection with the. Proclamation of the Commonwealth. Luge number have been purchased for transmission to friends in England and elsewhere by the mail Steamer leaving this morning. The special Commonwealth number of the Adelaide observer will be on Sale this morning and Sarly buyers will be Able to Post it in1 time Tor the mail. As before announced a supplement printed on Fine paper contains a Lull Page picture of the Queen portraits of skin Cut Imperial and colonial statesmen a poop of the Federal delegates striking views of the australian capitals special mementos of the first Appeal to the australian people and a particularly interesting poop of mounted soldiers representing the blood brotherhood of the Empire in South Africa. The body paper contains the autograph messages to the. Australian people and the full reports of the Commonwealth celebrations in Sydney. It is on Sale at the of four Pence. Volunteers for Africa. The ardent. Desire on Tae part of Sontan get to Joath Africa and. Take a share in the fighting there has not abated and this was made apparent on wednesday a wiring when Between i Ana a men at tended at the staff office to Volunteer for service with the fifth military contingent Emch is to be organised immediately. A Dimma Tive office boy worked harder than Ever before in his Nile record ing the name age and address of each Man As he was bustled into the room by the Ion toe of eager applicants behind him. Until the commandant returns bom Syd Ney nothing farther will be done and the men whose names have been enrolled wih be notified through the press when they Are to Parade for inspection. In the meantime stores and equipment Are Bein got ready for the Camp. Several Well known. Officers have expressed their intention of Volunteer ing and tile Cabinet will Hare to decide who shall command the contingent. The volunteers included Vanamber of members of the local forces and about. 20 men who Bare already served with Preonas contingents in Africa. Bulge. Kro Boiar. . Protects a homeward bound rom China. The gunboat lefts Sydney on tved Leaday afternoon for port Adelaide is excellency lord Tennyson received the following message from her Corn Nandur Oast cure glad Foj form you that we Are leaving All Well for Home. Erpert to arrive on sunday Lieut. M. Smith act ing naval common Dart received a Tele Gram from capt. Dare on wednesday after noon stating that the protector left Sydney Heads for Bort Adelaide at 3 pin. That Day and would arrive Here of sunday morning at 10 o clock. Accident to ools. Stuart and Lovely. Our Sydney correspondent on wednesday mgt col Lovely and pm. Stuart of the South australian of Leary Force who Are via mix Sydney u connect Oon with Ftp Gommon Weait celebrations were driving towards Rose Bay this after noon in company with friends when their horse bolted and the occupants of the vehicle were thrown out with considerable Force. Ool Stuart was severely Hurt about the head and col Lovely received injury to his right hip. They were attended by mar. Walton Smith principal medical offi w of the new sooth Wales Force the Federal Tariff. As indicated in the Register last week the customs agents and importers of port Adelaide have after securing legs advice Leuned to comply with the wishes of the customs authorities to pan their entries in accordance with the new Federal Tariff. Involving As it would quadruple the work and being in Many i Stancea Nobao Fotey unworkable when applied to the existing state Tariff the importers and agents association agreed to disregard the new Regula Tion with the result that the customs authorities have consented to withdraw it for the present on tuesday morning seve ral agents presented their entries in the usual custom. They were first ref tossed but he approving officers consulted the comp troller and acting of sector six. W. H. Can Mph who waived the Point pending the return of the collector or. T. M. Stephens from Sydney. Record railway return s. The Revenue from the railway department is particularly buoyant and ought to make the treasurer Happy. For the week ended december 29 the total received was the Lar Gest Ever known in Souta Australia Lor any seven Days. � he amount was �31,614, while for the same week in 1899 the receipts were �27,914, or represent Uig an increase in 1900 of �3,700. Daring the six months ended december 29, 1900, the total Revenue was �62872, As against �585,692 obtained during the corresponding six. Months of 1899, or an increase of �38,180. Traffic on the holidays. The Tramway figures ? published below largely indicate the extent to which the people in the City and suburbs travelled ring Imp Ihm \%Haa.vm. The no mar traffic of the Adelaide and suburban lines ii shown As follows december 28 Kensing ton 5,709, against 5,814 on commemoration Day in 1899 Burnside 2,622, As against 2.714 East Adelaide May ods. And Magill 3,554, a against 3,706 North Adelaide 7,198, As against 6,756 Walker vice 3jo6v against 2,476. December 31 Kensington 5,400, As against 5,781 on december 31, 1899 Burnside 2,206, As against 200 East Adelaide Iby lands and Magill 3.197, a against 3,912 North Adelaide 6,328, As against 7,189 Walker Ole 2,733, As against 3,158. New year s Day Kensington 6,716, a against 5,407 on january 1, 1900 Burn Side 3,405, As against 293 East Adelaide May lands and magic 4,052, a against 3,337 North Adelaide 692, As against 5,566 Walker vice 294, a against 210. Adelaide Unley and i Flitcham december 23, 3,596, As against 496 december 31, 3,899. A against 4,500 new year s Day 5,335, a against 425. Hindmarsh and Henley Beach december 28, 7,193, As against 7,960 december 31, 410 new year s Day 6�84, As against 7,904. Hyde Park december 28, 1,063, As against 1,214 december 31, 1,540, a against 1,751 new year s tur 1,501, As against 1,600. It will be noticed that in nearly every instance the figures show & slight Ming off which is difficult to account for. Especially when the oppressively hot weather experienced during Christmas week of 1899 is compared with the delightful climatic conditions which prevailed for the recent holidays. Tab Commonwealth Mfd the customs. Of wednesday Tae acting. Treasurer Boa. B. W. Foster received a the Kanun from the prime Minuter of the common Wehab. Directing him that the customs receipts should be paid into the Bank to the credit of the Cotuno wealth consolidated Revenue. Account. We .?.- me3hoal officer for Tab coolly. government Nas y str the ser Ness of de in pledge of Victoria As a medical officer for tar Coda. He will proceed to the fold on Friday and will take with him a second Hospital tent. The government will provide the equipment and pay. Or. Rat ledge a. Salary. There is at present a none on the Field and a Hospital tent new. Sooth Wales pastoral commission. The new South Wales pastoral commo Tion which Conr prise messes. W. Mama ters chairman r. Machattie ww. Dark. Blut. Ashing. Fetman. And Spence. Will arrive in Adelaide on january. 17. They win take evidence in this Day on january 17, 18, and 21, on the pastoral Industry generally after which they will learn for broken Hill. Arrangements Nave been made for holding Ftp in the Silver City on Jannary. 23 Aad 24. From broken Ball the commission Fli proceed to Wal an overdue vessel. The Captain of tie staling vessel Beacon Rock which loaded �1500 Worth of concentrates at port Pirie last october and which no to end of the year was not heard of wih have a tale of the sea to Teu which is Likely to be thrilling enough to form material for a novel. The Deatel was bound for Wellington new zealand where she was under charter to Load Wool but As week after week went by and no tidings of the Craft s Safe arrival was received Fean far her safety were aroused. What is i Ordinary circumstances. A. A Lyttge of a few. Week stretched out to As Many months and there seemed to be no Hope for it but that missing at Lloyd s would be All that was known of the nip a Fate. Some wreckage which was found on a portion of the new zealand coast was i height to be from the Beacon Rode bus a Cable message which has just been received in Adelaide by the agents messes. George wills & co., Seta at rest All fears for the safety of the ship s company and shows diet after a they Nave not net with a watery grave. After leaving South australian shores Advent weather was encountered and the vessel was not Able to make her destination. She consequently bad to run across the Pacific and has now turned up at new Conception a port of Chili. The message states that the vessel is in distress and it is surmised that damage Haa been done aloft in the absence of anything to the contrary it is presumed that All on Board Are Well the Beacon Rock was taken nearly 5,000 Miles out of her coarse before ate made the sooth american and. Her future movements Are Uncertain. It May be necessary to get new Span from England in which Cane it would be some months be fore she could be brought Back to these colonies. She is at prasent in a loading port and could secure a. Cargo of nitrate. In the meantime however a cargo of Wool is awaiting anime it in Wellington and running up storage charges. The position altogether is . Shipping at port Adelaide. The new year has opened at port Ade Laide with a splendid Prospect for shipping act rarity. December was one of the beat new Kislia in a swim a Mimram to number of extra Konial arrivals and within the last Day or two quite a Fleet of deep sea. Teasers Bas appeared. It is some Yean since so Many vessels were in port at the beginning of a year. On wednes Edy there were 14 sailing vessels from Oversea port in. Har Bour of an aggregate tonnage of 16,288 tons 4 steamers of 11,819 tons besides 4 inter colonial sailing vessel and one Steamer a Kranjc be total tonnage in port exclusive of coasters dose on 20,000 tons. In Addi Tion there were six sailing vessels at the semaphore Anchorage a of which with one exception were in ballast a wafting order for the loading port. The activity is chiefly due to the Large surplus of wheat for Export. Gain is arriving at port Ade Laide in Large quantities the railway Sta Tion a Sards on wednesday being taxed to their utmost capacity with trucks Laden with the Golden Cereal. Already several vessels Are loading for foreign markets. The Steamer Mertinke is taking a full cargo of wheat and flour for South Africa. She is the second Steamer this season to Load solely with cereals for messes. John Darling and son. This firm has also chartered the Tacoma Stirling. Aab More and Alamount while the Concordia Casablanca and Olivia Are being dispatched by other firms. The last two mentioned vessels Are booked for sooth Africa. The Tacoma is taking 400 tons of beat at port Adelaide As stiffen ing and will then proceed to Streaky Bay on the West coast to Load the remainder of the cargo consisting of from 900 to . New lighthouses. The wild weather which has rated in the Road Stead for Many months at irregular and memorable intervals has heavily Handicap Ped the operations in connection with the erection of the new Lighthouse at the Sema Phore. The men engaged upon it deserve credit for their exertions. It is no Light task to work on a wooden staging exposed to squalls and boisterous seas on the Tail of the Wonga Shoal with no audience but the stolid shags sitting complacently digest ing a Gorge of fish. There have been Many occasions when it was impossible to work and once it was found necessary to Anchor a tug near the staging because the launch which goes off regularly to put the Light on could not get alongside. Ship masters Are satisfied that the site chosen is a Good one. If the weather is More favourable there u a possibility of the Promise that the Light at the semaphore will be instal led in May next being fulfilled. Six of the Leven piles Are already Down and the Light House which has been put together in the ways and works Yard will be dismembered on monday ready for removal. The seventh pile weather permitting will be screwed Down within the next two Days. Meanwhile the work at the sooth Nep tunes is going on steadily the Road has been made the storehouse and other build Ings have been erected and the jetty is begun. The victorian premiership. It has been the object of Infin a Fri i the members. Of the ministry says the Argus that or. Isaac Isaack attorney general should be pre Mier of Victoria on the retirement of so George Tomer. It was always understood that or. Peacock chief Secretary would succeed sir George and last session Mem Bers of the legislative Assembly referred to him As the future head of the govern ment or. Isaacs announced himself As a candidate for the Federal House of representatives and it was. Stipulated by sir George Turner in forming the second ministry that of the members of Tae Cabi net Only or. Isaaacs and he should become candidates for the Federal parliament a he did not wish the government to go to pieces at the Federal elections through half the ministers entering the Federal Parlia ment it was on this understanding that both or. Peacock and or. Trenwith minis Ter of railways abandoned their intention of contesting seats in the Senate and the question a whether the Cabinet being aware of these circumstances will now con sent to the premiership being handed Over to or. Isaacs. The suggestion that the Posi Tion of Premier should be assumed by the attorney general Nas Only been made since or. Barton formed the Federal Minuit to. The weather ? sir Chi rfcs Todd issued the following forecast on wednesday seat ered coastal mowers. Weather Cool Cloudy Ith fresh to Strom West to sooth wind and rather rough Tea. Barometers rang Ana Winas soon Niode rating with fair weather or. Anderaon. Predicted Northern territory Cloudy throughout chiefly however in the Northern regions where rain and Thun Dent is Ore fully expected to be reported Sontan Australia. Fine and comparatively Cool in the North half Southern districts rain of showery nature highly probable under Strong South West to South currents the Anchorage. The. Road Stead has not been so. Fud of shipping for a Long time. On monday there were at the Anchorage eight Large sailing vessels Aad to big team cars. Aaa on Tumi. Day six sailers and a Steamer. The Vigo Rous Gale on sunday blew with increasing Force and during the following Days and nights till on wednesday morning it seemed to reach a height. The barque Sai Damene from the Cape Lay out about five Miles and it was dead Bard Cumming with the Board ing launch it the sea. And Strong gusts. The Aea. Paled tons of Weed upon the Beach and the wind drove loads of it mingled with thousands of luncheon papers along the streets opening off the Esplanade in a continual Stream. Land Means canons. The following return gives particulars of the transactions of the lands titles office during 1900 a liens 60 transfers 5,323, Mart Nam 3js78 ism. 404 die Haring 3,007 Transfer of mortgages ? 206 Transfer of leases 613 Extension of mortgages 83 Extension of leases 41 Benaim Bences 2s Power of attorney 111 caveat 39 surren Der of teases117 withdrawals of caveat 37 transmissions 765 marriages and deaths 225 Orden of court 14 writs a foreclosures 54 Crown leases 1,375 surren Der and determinate of of Crown leases 85t trusts. 9 applications 194. Licences 63 and reduction of Crown leases 931 tot18457.1 i v. The Iron Knob railway. It is understood write our rat Rine correspondent that work in. Connection with the Iron Knob railway Wil be started forthwith. This wih mean employment for Many men for some time. There is still a considerable a Portage of labour at the Amer Tina works and on the sharia most of the vessels have to work abort non Diax. ? ? ? ?. Early closing act. A meeting of Tae executive Council will be held at Marble hoi to Day. The con. Mem Tow of pub us works and the Lipini Ster of education Are the Only ministers st present in Adelaide. The principal Busi Ness of the meeting is to Sanction the regu lations under the Early dosing act fatality at Ridley on. At 1130 on wednesday a lad named Al Fred Stephen White was killed in a pug Hole at Ridley on North hindu anti. It Masv that 4h am Mamma Ritli Lii to Matt Frederick had been excavating for a fall of Day. Toe pug Bole being about 28 it. Deep the Day As usual fell in two sections or Depths a ledge being formed about Halfway Down. The boys were on this ledge. Their fatties or. Stephen White the owner of the Brickyard who was on top Sang out to warn them to get out of the Way a the Day was falling. Fred got dear but. Alfred waa struck by a part of the Earth and pinned by the head to the ledge with ids body hanging Over. Or. White had to ground Acme distance and then Down the pug Hole to reach the lad and even then he could not Render assist wee very quickly a his son Hung in suck in awkward position. When or. Evans arrived life was extinct. An inquest wiil be Maio Aav at 3 Dan. ? the returns from stamp duties from july l to december 29, 1900, amounted to �14520, or an increase of �131, compared Smith the total Naid Durut Tfaye same period of Ine previous year i Ana Ana income tax yielded �10,105, or a decrease of �1,786. The . Himalaya arrived at fre Mantle from London Early on wednesday if Ter noon and sailed for Adelaide at night. No arrangement Hare yet been made for the Board appointed to clarify the Public servant to begin their duties but they will Start work almost immediately. The mails for the United kingdom Dis patched from Adelaide per rims Austral on november 29 arrived in London during the afternoon of the 30th ult. The names of lieutenant m. Smith act ing Nival Bomm Andalft and lieutenant Booker were inadvertently omitted from the list of those who attended the Cere Many of the swearing in of his excellency the governor on tuesday. A meeting of. The ratepayers of the Muai a pants of. Kensington and Norwood was held in the Norwood town Hall on wed to a special rate to meet the Boner for the liquidation of the bonded debt Alderman White the chairman of the finance committee of the corporation in moving the Resolution said that the bonded debt was origin any �10,000, but it has been reduced to. �6,000, and there was now. About �500 in fond to meet the. Bonds which fall due next Yea i the pedal rate of 3d. Was passed. At the meeting of the Kensington and Norwood Council on wednesday evening or. Bailey asked die mayor if any Steps had been taken with regard to the reflections passed on the Road making abilities of the Council by Tfaye mayor of Adelaide or. A. W Ware in his report for 1900. He received the reply that owing to the holidays intervening the Nattier had not received fur theria Tention than the drafting Iota letter for transmission to the Day Council. ? that body did not meet until Jannary. 15, and the letter would be sent before that Date. I May mention he added that. The councillors know it and there via per buns be a rumpus Over it general sir red Vert Buller presided on november 28 at a lecture Given at Queen s Hall by or. W. T. Maud War artist of the graphic a magnificent Atten dance and �1,000 was raised for the cent ral London Throat and ear Hospital Gray s inn Road. In proposing a vote of thanks to the lecturer the general who bad a splendid reception remarked that or. Maud who had been himself in lady Amith what hardly done Justice to the really immense trials and magnificat endurance of the Sec non of that town. He mentioned a continued sir Redvers the entry of my troops in March 3. Sir George White bad kindly Token a Garrison to line the streets and we were to. March. In Between. Thai. Directly i came to the first battalion of. The old Ladysmith i Karrison 1 could not he p seeing that they were so weak that it would be impossible for them to stand for any thing like the time we should take in Patt ing them. I. Had not until that moment at All realized the pitch of exhaustion from privation hard work and the great Strain of. The siege that the whole Garrison had reached and i sent my aide de Camp to sir George White to say if Yon do not let the men Ait Down i am Aba have to with them lying on the. Ground before the order Codd be Given i think i counted 16 men who Haa. is the. Most striking illustration i can give of the. Endurance of that Garrison. Cheers every one of these., men had turned out equipped and ready to fight the Day. Before or two or three Days before. They were in the trenches and came from them to receive us that was their state do not think that Ever in the British army there has been in that sense a More. Perfect example of discipline ? and endurance. Cheers men it was a touching thing to see the different Reri Mente Greet each other and the battalion divided Between uie two columns Greet their Frienda. ? i never in my life saw anything so magnificent Rand till then i had not so fully appreciated their Magnin Cence As the army that. Followed me. Cheers. They Werc Hokuen in the finest sense of the word and into lady Smith As proud As Peacock every Man stepped. Out looking up,.delighted,�ad proud and one Felt a those splendid Fel lows went by that every Man of then through the whole of our hard work hid done his level Best cheers. We have received from e. W. Cole excellent photographs of the Duke and Duch Ess of Yolk. ? ? we have received from a. H. Roberts and co., 33, Freeman Street the Christmas number of the world wide is Jaime the account of hoisting the Union Jack Over the Little polynesian Island of nine � particularly intent mix at this tone of our own history. Other ? a tides Deal with Luis Mas Festini Tiu in Mexico and travels in the new zealand Alps the Luin Alaj a new Guinea 4c the whole number is fall of authentic narratives of personal adventure and contains remarkable photographs. A meeting of master drapers who had advertised to dose on wednesday and Are now desirous of a terms the Day to Satur Day will be held at the Exchange hotel at 3 mock this afternoon to consider the question. Gentlemen who Are requiring soft shirts should inspect the Fine assortment of these goods now being shown by messes. Unas. It irks & co., woo have Surah aged in urge Quant taef. And Are Able to offer some very special value. N355c the two Best and cheapest sewing a Chines Are the new Home treadle and new National band. Perfectly simple and with fair usage cannot get out Wjt order sold on easiest terms of payment a. W. Dobbie t co., sole agents Gawler place. Non Are summer suits. Fancy vests Alpaca silk and Cashmere Coats Drill trousers nor. Folk cycling suits tropical suits sweat ers a gentlemen will find an excellent assortment of these at messes. Chas. Birks and cos 46, Rundle Street. N355c its brandies. Table Ware renewed. La quering and bronzing of All kinds Cycle and carnage ironwork slating a specially. A. W. Dobbie & co Lawr place. A Zioto to Day s diary. To Borsdam. Jamar 3. Sun Rise. M0 . Sets Iju p. In. ? Moon rises 5.51 pm. Sets j.9 . 8hmriwt-lo� vr., kl1s - . A of Schansen hotel Unettas re Early Clasing. B. Cic Brae gardens Haritan 8tivoli theatre vaudeville entertain mint exempt no jets or lights on vehicles till january 5 inclusive. Concerning people. The Premier of sooth Australia Hon. P. W. Holder and the eight Hon. Sir Samusd Way were among the Gnosa at a a mex Sydney of wednesday night. Next to lord hop Emu the bight Hon. G. H. Reid received a great reception during the procession on tuesday Days our special representative in Sydney. He was cheered vociferous or and unquestionably be is a popular idol it is believed that his party will sweep the Board at the elections sad enter the Federal parliament with 4 Strong opposition. Our special representative in Sydney Tele graphed on wednesday sir Jonah so Mon held a. Perfect levee of vision at the Australia to receive congratulations. Sir Josiah As he. Will be known regards the Knight Hood As an honour to South Australia for the. Consistent attitude of that stale to Warda federation. Among the vision what paid their reaper the to sir Josiah were sit Jenks Coles or. W. J. Sowden Alderman Bruce and Many other sooth australians the mayor of Sydney or. Graham a to a attended at yet to Braae on to Enki morning and presented the go Vernor general lord Hopetoun with Agou and Silver casket on behalf of the Sydny City Cuneo. Endorsed in the casket wat an address from be corporation. The name of Mjrgen. Reginald pole Carew c3, who it Haa been stated will be recommended by lord Roberta to the command of the australian Federal Foroe is pronounced Toole Carey among the passengers by the . Himalaya which arrived at Fremantle on wednesday Are the Hon. A. Eden the Rev. Canon Datton capt Wal Anat of the Northumberland fus Iners and sir Lang Don Bonython of Adelaide. Inspector Bremner who was a a injured at the ceo Tenaia Park an tuesday through being knocked Down by a trooper hone which bolted died in st Vincent s. Hospital. During 4he night the. Deceased who was 60 Yean of age was to have re tired next week on a pension after Meany 40 years service in the new South Wales police Force. Or. J. J. Virgo travelling Secretary of y3lgla. S. Will leave Adelaide to Day for a abort Vish to the South East tha Steamer gothic arrived at Hobart on wednesday from London via the Cape. Or. J. A. Sow Ron was the Only Paw Fric or for a Denette. The Rev. G. W. Adam one of the oldest presbyterian misters in Vietoria died on new tear s Day at the age of 78. Or. C. G. Blois who was travelling to Fremantle on Board the . Himalaya and who had been in for some time died on december 19 from the effects of Wood poisoning caused by a Carbuncle. The body was buried at sea. Or. Blois was heir to Suffolk Baron Etcy hems ave Bradner of the present baronet sir Ralph b. M. Bins. At a meeting of the executive Coandle in Victoria on wednesday or. Frank a. Bonner was appointed of titles at a salary of �575 per annul. Our Dublin correspondent Jato Ary l Man. Edward Hau aged 98 Yean widow of the late Edward Hall of peachy Belt passed away quietly in ,. Her. Deep some the during sunday night last at the residence of her Aon a land . Bigham. The deceased lady was much respected by All who knew her she had lived with her daughter mra. Bigham since the death a her husband 23 years ago mrs. Hall cams to the Colony with. Her husband six sons and two daughters in the year 1838, in the ship settled first at Brighton. After two Yean they removed to Golden Grove where they stayed for seven Yean. Then More was made to peachy Belt where for another 20 Yean mra. Hall and her partner in life resided. At Golden Grove the family gave �100 foe the loan of a stripper for one season to reap their crop. The deceased leaves 6 sons 3 daughters 74 grandchildren 42 great Granby. Chimin and 3 great Cit Granich Kilren the following Are the Iflora booked to sail by the r3ls. Victoria which tails Torday for London mrs Ohara Hamil ton infant and nurse mrs. Hay miss Hay and or. J. Hay. For Calcutta my a. R. Luton. By the latest mail or. James Ashton received the Gratifying int Eugenee that a Pic Ture by his son. Will Ashton. Who is study ing Art under Julius Olsson has been Hanf in the Newlyn gallery. This is the Young artist a first accepted picture and is placed ova splendid position amongst work by the leading Painten of the now famous att Colony. ? or. H. H. S. Peace the Well known Cor respondent of the daily news Haa in turned from the front in the Doune of an interview with a member of the staff of the paper he represented he stated that he had been for months without a Square meal Here is an extract on the subject of the Man who Haa succeeded lord Roberta in charge of the troops in South Africa he knows lord Kitchener Wal he knew this grim Man when he enjoyed a frolic As much As any subaltern. A we with him when he waa a Mere major when Wolsey went to avenge Gordon and just missed. He has seen him at work is South Africa. What does he say of kit Chener round whom the legends Are already growing legends which make him out to be something Between a dragon and an dare a military Frankenstein a Man with rat a Friend not a human being at All bos i it and Iron or. Peace Smik when he is asked if the legends present the Man in his True Light. In his opinion lord Kitchener is not to Black As he it painted and he knows him and has watched him under Many conditions. It it did by some that men Bate and fear him. Do you think this is truer Kitchener a above All a just Man. He always gives a Man a Chance. If the Man does t take it it is not Kitchener s affair. He is one of the just and the Stern. I certainly do Dot believe he has any pity for the weak. He never overlooks blackness and be sets the example by disciplining himself or. Peace thereupon described the habit of that grim and self contained Man acetic yet not a total abstained an slim Riser yet a late worker taciturn yet i keen talker if you have anything to say. On what subjects politics finance a a Tiqui ties the smart society women who follow armies to Cairo Cape town and such cities surely they Don t attract him surely he a a misogynist or. Peace smiled that Sphinx like smile. A smile and nothing More. or. Hanbury is credited by the daily chronicle with having recently asked the Way to the foreign office. This is Nofiu i writes a correspondent compared to or. Chamberlain s ignorance when he ant visited the colonial office to take up he new appointment. Although he had been in two of or Gladstone s adminis Raboni be had to be guided by the present writer to the colonial office which is just oppo site Downing Street where he had at an interesting note to the. Ladies at a events in relation to the finery at the Guildhall banquet is the fact that the head Tifal lace worn by the lord mayor was entirely worked by the lady Mayoress by daughter for use of this special occasion. Daily new the popularity of sir a Umfrid Lander to Canada is due to his great Affa Bulky Sty the Laily news. He is one of the most approach Sale a men and in the Days of he Prosperity does not forget his Humble friends and associates. A Friend of Ott Premier s is fond of describing a drive through the old tows of Quebec treat they took together last year. Laurier says a Friend did not display much Rittha Alisan Tell the quarters of the old inhabitants were reached. Once among the old French peo ple his eyes lighted up and soon e torrent of patois was pouring Forth. A Unda Basil to on old Man standing in the door Way it is some time since we met How is that rheumatism still trouble you and Petite Anne where is she Wiit married but. No that is impossible. Her child that Little one on the Doorstep Ehnen How time does Fly and Laurier left the car Ruge took the Little one in his arms Kjad it and then leaving some Silver with uncut Basil he resumed Bis seat in the fungi and waa driven slowly Down the Street. These Are my children he sad. Tiv to them dearly ,

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Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!