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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - January 11, 1901, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia artificial Teeth made upon the latest principles by the London dental Institute Ltd. The finest Maur fals used and the most a Sukau few Sargsy. Ahto Hiu Sistis Facuna Gnu Macfad. Gained Baa a attendance. \ add Bess London dental inst Tot a Tel. Ill Xing we Adelaide. asst a Boca. January 10, &30 pea. Genma Jav Trabala Steamer fascia inward. Tine Ball Bill dropped at la ont of january 38, to 19. 30m., Jamar 9, Green Stu Hoce january u. High water 8.40 . Low water 1.10 pm. 10. Coolgardie. Steiner ?,680 toot. A. Stoddart Muter from Ferine Ria a Mebane january it. co. Dry , fort agents. Pm Ogui Mew a. Caw. 8ange crier. Gale. Johnson. B. Zouha. Sad Al col Lias mrs. Hooch a. Miss Hoolihan my Kearney hit. A. Harris miam Mcaulife and Kwart lira. Faria Doo. And Rafaat. 10m e. Alpress and a. Rianey. . Stewart. Ufa Martin. . Crans my crags. Xton. Mccabe Farinda be army. Gale. Dorejr. White c. H. Smith. Bete and Mckade. Her. A Bead. Mean. Stdio a. Fri Hanf. E. A Phillip. Reid. Otann a. He lord. Vance. J. Jenkin Bria Roost j. Herford Suras. Xich Djoro. Mckersie. And Cabin Cpl Kitlar. Jiewen. Be of Cox and j. Herford. Or. And or. Farrow. Moan. L. Hes font. Hooligan t. C wadded r. Wakita. And Waluur. . Yacap. Meta v. Store. time Mitchell. It fan a Kennt. And Hesford. Mean. Otson Tel. Brown Aad Sonter in the a look and 103 in the second Cabin. . Orient line. 7. ton. Und no if ? -n-1t-ifri from ii noon. fran Dudner or. And or. Brooke. Run. B. A. Sander. Pile c c. Mcdonel j. T Thorn g. T. Lane w. P. Is wars r. H. Allen. Alexan Der. H. V. . T. Mcbell. J. Role and Bonne it. Or. And mrs c. B. Ware. My c. R. Tofe. a. V. Lowe. . W. Asset or. Kip Soroosh. Me in. P. Carter and o. Stew Art. M. C. Androm. Fenu bus Gator Steamer. Sis ton. C Anderson Natter from Spencer Golf ports. A mongers of area e. Trans at. R. Perm. Mean. P. H. Prisk. R. Sotton. And w. Elham. In the Saloon. Carsom tons pie inn. 918 bars wad. 85 Bale Lcou Iso to is wheat. Its Bass boor. U ton Furoli to. And Laise Quality empties and Ondrie. Chintu. Meaner. 2j86 Ion. Wllliam. Matter from Melbourne. General cargo. H. Monecke and of. Ants. Tarim. Ketch. So too c. Began master Flora port. Act re Keith. U too. A. Ansden wich master from Arr Castn. To emf Foster Ketch 14 tons Frank Peters mat is Jet. Fun edit Privi. Ore Steamer. � Toa. J. Germen. Muter fron Sfax Howry. James Comrie. Steamer. -3 tons. J. In Leoder son. Master from Ard Roffan. Larooka. Steamer. 130 too. E. U Bartlett Tauc . Uay Daly fore Aad at Schooner. 6s tons. H. Heritage Rafter from Ardro Aan. Malcolm Ketch. Is ton. B. Miner master from sort Wake flew. Projected Deyab acres. For London. Rome Janu Irr it Meeuw shoot Jamay 19 Abo cent intent Hebe. Mryc january Orizaba. Jamaur at Loch Torrido. During Kannarr Imalaia Jannor 31 a ammo about be Oroark to Torren. Durme feb Oarr Aroya. February 7 China february it Wilc Amro. About february Coco. February is Sarpedon during february Arcadia. February is drubs March. 7 Oceana March ii Hector Durins March Austral. March Britannia. March a Australia. April a Vic Toria. April a Orestes Duritz april for Bremen. Crosier Turtura. Jamar 19 Jfhn Tadt feb Narv 16 Friedrich Der proof March 16 pro present luit . April a Wei mar. May 11 Karlsruhe june a Oldenburg july Darmstadt to inn x for port Darwin China and Japan. Chi Stu january a Airtie about january 15. For Jan ports. Map born about january u. For Natal and Cape town. Naruns about february 3 a Cannia. About february 31 yarn Wonga and Makool. To follow. For Marseilles. Polynesian. January Annand Behie. February 3 Austn Liea March 13 Ville de a Ciotta. April us. For Melbourne Sydney and Queensland ports Karoo Junor a Wou own ii Nouy 13 time january 10. For Western Australia. Coo Sardie january 11 Obarra. January 13 Anglian january 14 Allie a. January i Marioo Jan oar is Basin Yong january 2s. 10. Ortona. .s. Liss Fogen for London Jin. W. Brows. Or. T. Mount or. Win Ter. My a Redbud and third. For Fri Manue or. F. A. Brown. . W. Burford. Or. H. D. Holme. Miss c. Hod pm soil or. D. R. Osborne. Miss x Mcdonald or. And mrs. Blow or. F. A. Mar. Or. K. A. Allen. Or. J. & Tanner. Or. E. H. Sheri inst. Misses Tyne b. Tyne. E. Smith. E. W. West. Alice sure and f. Watutin. Or. V. Boneham. Or. And in. William. Mim l. And a Williams. Or. I a. Or. And Mia summer. Mist m. B. Leahy. Or. A. Charie. . Ragle. p. Be Pard. Coo fellow or. A. Spaneler. Or. A. Pamir or. V. J. Spencer. Or. F. In Gold Vorter and three children my Burton. Or. E. Ii. Wou Mott. Mesny. R. G. Evans and w. F. Cocas. Or. And or. Muira and two children sen. Buswell. A. W. \1ctory. A. Mitchell e. A. Goth. I. It Toush. And r. Carthew. A stir Dar inc. Steamer for West coast ports. Sea flowr.6etcb. Tor West coast port. Mender Ketch for port Victoria. Florence Mand. Ketch far port Wake eld. Mortuk. Steamer. For Cape town. Maty Voey. No Over for to Shyania. Marion Chilcott. Ship for Newcastle. Jaunt Comrie. Steamer for Ardrossan. A refer Steamer for scan Bury. Exports. January 10. Ortona. For Londoa-61 Bale Wool 30 do. Sheep skins. 32 Puncheon. St. A Krak. 6 wine. 3 vat rubber a. S do. Merchandise. 1 Box do. For Cotombu-71 bars Fine Silver. For Shanghai bars Fine Over. Fur Fremantle-3 cases Mer Cha Adlise is pkg. Simple. Australian. Mej Boule. Arrived january 10-u�nu-, Cook ton Atrin Lanaco Xoa Landau Nufi. Cook town. Sailed january 10-Pilbana, port Ade Laide Pancera. Late Cesta Onyx Newcastle Jane Moore read. Wynyard Elixia Danes. Duck hirer. Sydney. Arrived Jamar . From a sur or cruise Ioos the North Queensland coast John Palmer Pott Haddock Eurim Bla. Brisboe Bun in your Citra and Wanzco mob juror Oonah Hobart. Sailed january 10-Moreby. Cale Donia. The Solomon croup Aad new Britain Rii Brisbane. Jantry 10-. Mary. Mel a Nom he Blands. Def awol Bay. Sailed january 10-Anna. San Francisco Andor Mha. Anto Gasu Bav Escourt. Tiqui me Yoham. Durban. Brisbane. Uri Rad january i Norko Owa and Ara Watta. For Dow Baronn. Towns rib Aramar. Of Kiowa. Sailed january to Linden band Bers Tyrian. Sydnor. ?.,., Insp Poidl Rad january in to Ella for Brisbane. Maryborough. Sailed january 9 Dawn Rock Hamp Flo. Jan Oarr 19-Fitxnqr, Rock Reppel Bay. Arrived january 10-Jnmiu. Brit ban. Sailed january to pet Gran town will. Hockhim Penn. Or hard january 10-Mareeba. I Bane Marie or Arriey. Maryboy Roofeh. january h Duke of. Tew imbibe. To Mon Caroo and Rockton. Cairn. Cavinaw sailed january 10wodoopa, Cook Trva. january 9-Eutrrn, Hong a or 10-Roseua Maru Sydney. Albany. Sailed january 9-Mimi. Of Mann. Warma Bool sailed january 10-Empreu, a Okland. Hobart. Sailed Jamar 10-Lim Taylor Tim am. Oct ports. Fowler Jan try 9 Woll omai Aidelaide. Port Pirlot Arr Rcd january a Korya Aad Mary Webster. Port Adelaide. Sailed january 9 inns i Tor port Adelaide. Streaky bar. Atrich Kannarr 9-Ikanr Ellis and Tarry a. Let Adelaide. Wallaroo. Arr had Jamar 10 ferret. Moon Bay. ? part Victoria. Arris re Jip Oarr 9 mid and endeavour. Port Adelaide. Edu Burg. Arrived january 9-Mnonu and a. Looks. Port Adelaide. Saurd january 9-Mocnu, Sydney. Ardro Aaan. Arrived january 9 fat Trine and Ermine Star. Poet Adelaide. Part a Karhl aved Kannarr in try. Ertner Well Artno. And Alpha. Port Adelaide. Sailed Jac Arr Alpha. Port Adelaide. Kinc Pton. A no a Jat Narr if Mark. Nhe. Arsale. Pan Ade Isirov. Port Macro Onell. Arrived Jamar 9 cation. Portland. Sailed january 9 Casino Ort Nune. Port Pirisi. Arrived january 10eolya. Stea Mer. I.u5 tons. Nicholson master from Adelaide to Load Ore and Lead. Una a. Barque. Is Tow. Aut bes Guon. Master from table Bay. To Load wheat account Jhn front & company South 4/rioi v. R. Cam . Amu. Kirston. Arrived january 10 a err. Port Adelaide. Sailed january 10 Argyle Beachton. Rivers. Milan. Arrived january 9 Jupiter meow apr. Earled january 10 Jupiter Menin Frie. Murray brids. Arrived january Tyro Aad Ward sorry. Jts Tram. Madman. Arr Tom january 9 Alma Planchet own. Sailed january 9 Tyro Murray Bridge Emma. Wentworth Queen. Morral. Over land Corner. Sailed january 9 Nellie Pard Down. Renmark. Arrived january 9 Ruby slogan. Said january 9-Ruby, Wentworth. River Levels. The four win shows the state of the Rivers Abr we mixer Irnel at the undermentioned placet at 9 us. In to Arcady january 10 4iund Sal it. S in. Wages Ragga. S it in. Hay. 5 Al bal Onnald 11 in. Goodyea. 6 in a Nnamdi. ? it Stafl. Low Samoa. I it 7 la. Baryon. 4 f r. 0 in. Tire warring 3 it. 1 in. Bourke. It. 11 in. Louth. 2 it. 9 in. Talpa Low wik Innia in. Meni Dir Low poo Rarie. Tow Wentworth. 3 it. 4 in Al bum in Kah Gurayah. 1 it Echuca. 5 it. Swan Hio. Lift. 1 in. Toton. 8 it. 7 in. Overbid Corner. 4 it in. Moron. F u 8 in. Renmark 4 it. Win. Movements of . The Steamer barbaras arrived at Colombo of the mom intr of sunday. January 6. To Mcwaide the Adelaide agent for the British India steam navigation company he been advised that Stea mers will leave Calcutta for australian port via Fiji on febraary.51. April 3. Aed Abr u. Messes. Days str it. Have received a Tete ram Flora Albany Nat intr tha the Pend is expected to arrive at Large Bay a sunday at noon. Miscellaneous. The Steamer Coolgardie reached the Road Stead a the Middle of the afternoon. Of the passage from Sydney to memo Arne she fell in witha Strong South wot and North West Gale but the ran to Adelaide was Hue. Vessels of passage to South acs Balias ports dats out. Fob fort Adelaide. Steamers. Magdeburg. Woo. Pm Antwerp 80. Devon. 5.4sv pm London. 62. Clinton. 3.0s1, pm new York. X. Panic Lars. M Liverpool 4s. Augsburg in. 44 07, pm Antwerp 4s. Star of Victoria. 3,451. Pm London. 4l a Jim Tadt. . 5,012, pm Bremen 37. Oriya pm London 35. Ctina 7 1, pm London. 23. Clout. She. Pm Loo Don. So Arcadia. , 6,603, pm London 15. Offenbach. \3k-. Pm Antwerp. In -. Armand bebic 6.467, pm Marseille 12. Sailers. Loch Etive. 1jss. Pm Glasgow 98. Mona 1,013. Pm Hamburg sol. Torrent. U9b. Pm London. 78. Vondel. I is. Pm Liverpool. 76. County of aisles a. 999, pm Liverpool 8s, Rufus f. Wood less pm Chemainus 82. Eli. 1jd0. Pm Sundt Vaal . Lasa. 1.0s3, pm is Tristiano. 55. Dob. 1.1u, pm Ladoo. 51. Loch Carron. S.07s, pm go show 49. Me Merus Jas a pm Canton. 35. Banac Kura. A Noo. Pm Jadoa 27. Todd. 1,051. To Cardiff . Ocean 1,450, pm Christiania. 21 Loch Raasoch 1,185, pm Glasgow. 20. For port pir1e. ? boo. ? ? Kin Cynta. 630, pm port Ludlw 91. Orion. 1,970, pm Newcastle Mia toe 90. Wamble. 1.755. Pm Norfolk. is. Oty of Hankow. 1.133, pm puget sound 71. Western Monarch ims. Pm Balue 7l euterpe 2,035, pm Hamburg 45. For Wallaroo. Safer. R. C. Sade 001 pm Gray Harbour 92. Vessels of passage from South australian ports. Dats oct. From Post Adelaide. ? Steamer. Yar Awonga. I355, for London via sooth Africa Anzio chilian 3.817, for Ladoo 3s. India. 7jni. For London. 36. Maori King 3,807, for London via South Africa 36. ?. Bun Garec. 1300. For London via South Africa. 34. Afric. Ugh to fur Loo Don via South Africa. 31. Transvaal. J.7w, for Dunkirk 29. Bielefeld. 5j. For London. S3. Antt Ralia. Juju a. 6,901. For London 22. Pindari. 5.134. For London. 21. ? Biem Fonetia. 1ti5. For a Onofeo. So Barb Anwa. 10.749, for Bremen 20. Ihnn. Rjls., 8.291. For London. 19. Woojoo Moloo 3,51, for Loodea via South Africa 11. Ville de u a Jota. 6,431. Jor Marseilles u South Anor Alua. 4.014. For London 13. Butto Vii for London i sailers. Fue Rewe. 736. For London. O. County of ,-4�. For fatal. 1. Hornby car tic. 1.433, for London 36. From Kingston. Sailer. Martina Johanna. 1.380, Tor London. 55. From port act Costa. Sailer. Northern Monarch. 1.148. For Loo Don v. Euphrates 173. For Channel is. From port . H. C. Richard. 7r6, for per Stanla 112. Ban Fields Tor Algoa Bay 6l Adele. S37. For Cape town. 31. Dianae a Arr. 1.1j3. For . Nazaire 3l ccneordb., 960, for Capr town is. Vine de Rouen. 1.1ss. For Nazaire 22. Benw Rwjr 1,6% for Baa Al 12. From port Ger med. Saden. Fenaia 2.134, for Channel i d. Ocean 1,279, for Cipe town 73. Kozial Oon Aloson Andrews company Stem mar Cle Amilta Sale is now proceeding. 0 ?. Cen mine sebpct1ons on All seasonable Coobs to Ltd special values offered in eyes Bepat mkt. Of ? ?. All pr1oe8 in Plain Fiquris As u8uau ? of ? ?. ? country orders receive prompt and Oarb Ful attention. Tawfek weather reports and forecasts forecast or probable weather from thursday at Irr noon till Friday night a stud at l30 . Of thursday. South Austolia. Col Chance during to night tru Raday. Windy Wear nor. With Ink to it ont nth West Relief. Rough on Toast with rising teas. Little or no rain. ninth Wales Rappl ird by or. Ii. C. Russell Fine and warm followed by Thun Dery condition by the end of. The week. North can wind. ? ? Victoria i supplied by or. P. Barrach Fine but hoc weather with freshening northerly wind followed to Morrow by a Cool change with winds veering to Tomb. A Sli Ehi. Western Australia i supplied by or. W. E. Chokr Fine moderate weather South of Gerald ton and the Mur ration with scattered Cloud. A barometric a premion u Over the great bight aed is rapidly approaching this Colony. It will pc Haply pet along our coast during the nigh with a Cool Dunge. Atrens wind and rough Fca. But Little or no rain. The weather Mill continue i is ind no settled alone the of wetland cart but it is finer than left relay. And the barometric Denre Joien in the North and ear b be flt tic no. Fine weather is general three about tie Eastern Colonie. But the. Barometers Are Here inning to tall under the influence it the Btu Baare approaching Tbs Colony. All Over the territory and the North Ern parts of Western Australia we have Fine and not Weaton. Charles Todd. Government astronomer. Meteorological january 410. Statement of the Aimo Sporic pressure temperature rainfall and state of the weather at the Adelaide Observatory in ring the Pau seven Days at the hours mentioned i Kat temperature. Rain Date. 3 therm 3 . I weather. . M him. In Fri. 4w8st38.0 714 51 1 0.03 red Cool Sal. Ss9.78j134.0j 76.1 47.1 in. In i san. 65913.07tiss.o -saw., a. It. Mon. 7s.911j7.0l 7s.4 Sijo 0.h in. Fine i. Tue. 8s9.9413l$74.4j46\9 w.,Mcl,. Wed. 9.9.8si3sl9 79.3i 6.41 a. Icel. To liar. 10s9.w 15l0 01- _66_e1_ a hot. N.w., mod memo the barometer u reduced and corrected to is dec Fahr. But it u not reduced to scr level. The temperature and rainfall arc for the 24 hours preceding the time of registration. Toe weather. Column relate to the condition of the weather at the time of observation Only. Weekly Calendar. January 1319. Day Softa i Boa. Moon. A ? ? ? 1? 1 ? dial . We. I Bista lets. Rise. Sata. Twat. Am. P.�. P . . 15 13 a. S 79 us 0 is ii ii in in 79 am. 14424 38 ii link 7o Oss 40 16 16 w. 4 7 28 114 36 m � 17 17 the. S 5j 7s3 s1431 is � 18 18 f. A 7b 5i 5 24 s6s 19 19 & a jr_17_ 3 55 6 14 86 ? to get Standard Tyfane. Astronomical Phenomena. The Moon caters her last Quarter on january 13 af6ls am. On january is Mercury is invisible Veo Ries at is am. Mars rises at 10.15--. Jupiter rises at 3js turn.-, and Satura Rise at 419 . The Massey hams. Biesele depot secondhand bicycles of unequalled Valot offered Tor the holidays at prices Aad term to Sutt the most limited Larnin from 19 upwards. Massey Habrot Cycle depot Estt mitc mail notices. Great 17 via Soer Ilmi Rome. 11.1s . Newspapers and registered letter. 10.15 9-m. Be letters. of. Li.13 Adelaide. Railway station 12.30 pm. Port Adelaide railway station 1115 . British and foreign parcels Pott per the above Steamer dotes at the ltt.13 mail Dot a Loo Don february 17 up. January 3s-vu Marsule. Porn elea 10.1s an. So january 12 via Saa Francisco 3 . Late fee 130 . Money or Den to states i . Up. January Roiser Purfurst. Uo5 . Natal and Cape culex a. This Day . ? Florence ? pile via port Pirie new Austraha Paraguay january 213 ., via new zealand. Caledonia. January 14-sj0 ., to Sydney Broce per Fiat Opportunity. Samoa and other South Sav i Lanui january it it -, to Sydney to tace per first Opportunity. Fill january it 3.10 run., to Sydney thence per tint Opportunity. Auckland and Wellington. January 123j0 ., to Sydney. zealand. January i . Overland to Melbourne. Honolulu and Vancon or Island including America january -s . Late fee. 6d 30 Pra. To Sydney Beac per Warr Moo. Western Dav Coo Lanlie. Ali . January is Wilbarn Pra. Jaa aary 17 r.3ls. Home 1l1s . A James Comrie j0 . 12-Ceret, 6j0 . Kangaroo Island. January 12 ? James Comrie. 6.30 . 12 Larooka. &30 . _ Eucla. January 22 6ls0 am. Via port Lincoln. Fow Ler s 22-1.4s via port Lincoln. Franklin Harbour. Thi Day ferret. 6.13 via Wallaroo. Doodna Datta. Charlotte Waters Alice Springs and 1s-6.45 via Ood Nadau. Hermanns Burg. February 1-4.43 via Ood Rodatus. Northern 14-3.3 Overland to Sydney. Port 15-Cere. 6.30 . Port Day ferret. 6j0 . Up. Indicates that mails must be specially is Rita barometric Al readings. The following table. Has been constructed torn observations recorded in this office for every Sis Hoar during thelast three Day. And or this morn ing. Height above am level 117 it3 . 9 . 3 . Opan. Tuesday 29jk 30.00 30,00 Sims wednesday 29.93 29.93 .9d 2& of sunday Tok 29.99 29.61 29.60 Etc barometer. 29.60, us tonary at 2 o clock the Borning Cloudy. ? ? South austra am railways. Interstate cheap Exener silos. A special train will Rtse Adelaide at i . Ca wednesday. January 16, for. . ? fares from Adelaide. To Melbourne to and Ballan Sydney. 1st Ririe _ w 1 13 403 2nd single ? 10 0 � 1st return ? 1 10 0 6 0 0 and return ? 1 10 0 4 0 0 return journey. ? Pat Franeis mar return from Sydney to Mel Bourne by a i train at 9j0 pm. On any Day saturday hrs excepted. But sunday included up to monday february 11, and from Mel Bourne to Adelaide by Ordinary Tina to Taine one night at Serrie Eton leaving at 7.4 . On any Day sunday excepted up to cd Inci Odins tue Dav february is or by spbc1m. Excursion train leaving a Melbourne for Adelaide at imm. On wednesday february it. Jots b. Mcmil to. Man Evv. Railway of face. Adelaide. M1 Jas. Maxs1.vc. Land Aad share broker. Temple Chambers Carrie Street. Ilm wac 6 a. Gove Khent per West. Stock free to iacome tax Price at the tre sort to Dat. With iat emt from 1st december 1901. �100 a10 �9a Jug ,�rasi us Ebesui it Tattersall a Etas we. A. Lays and lyrics a volume of poems by the uts Morgan hawke8. Price 0.9. May be had from ill the principal books Len is the City. -3ssc d. A Sands share broker to. 8, broken Hill Chambers Ems a Baa . Orders by win promptly attended to. Tum we Cockle pills. ? \ for bile. Cockle pills for Uver. Cockle pills. ? ? ? for acidity. Cockle pills. _ for heartburn. Cockle s indigestion. Cockle pills for sick headache Cockle pills. ? in use everywhere. Cockle s free from Mercury. Cockle pills. In use Over 94 years. In boo at 1. Us 2.9d, 4.ftl us Aad 2b. The australasian the Federal illustrated weekly. This week illustrations include the Commonwealth celebrations at Sydney. The. It Arifur festivities Public school Dit Pur. It Sitarr review. Officer a command Imperial guard of honour. Commonwealth ministry. State governors sweak1ng-in lord Tennyson. And other illustrations. Of All newsagents. Price sixpence. Bot role from w. C. I Fry. 74, Kins William Street and r. A. Thompsn co. Advertise ment received . C. Rigby h. Re to. And w. D. Ponder. ?9whfe Index to a Eryb scents. Paf. Page. Amusement. 8 Minine ? 2 auction. 8 Mistri Tancous wanted 3 Board Aad lodging. S Money ? ? 2 business notice 2,7-8 orces to. Let. 8 cycles a. ? 8 patents and Trade Carrier. 1 Marks. 2 companies k societies 5 person wanted. V 8 drapery and cloth properties for. Sale. S ing ?. U properties wanted. 8 education. ? ? Publica Zooi and Sta florists and seed Man 8 Itonery. S funeral not to. 2 railways tramways. Hone. Cattle vac. ? 8 hides ? Shippen a ? 1 hotels and be us situation wanted. S rant ? special Advt. 4 Legal notices. S tailors and outfitters 1 lost and found. S to let ? 8 machinery. 8 tenders. 8 medical ? wanted to buy. 8 merchandise. 8 wanted to sell. 8 special notice. Announcement of births marriages and deaths Dot exceeding five lines sic inserted once Esch in the Register the observer the even for journal Aad special a Mcmarr prepared Tor inns Mission to England for the single charge of half a Crown extra lines 6d. Each. The Sam and address of the sender must in All cases be Given. Births. the 5th december at mount loft. The wife of c. Redd Westun Catt of Beth agn Park Klabo . A son. Marriages. the 26th december 1140. At the bar Onyx methodist Church by the re. Ii. J. Parki Atoo. John eldest ton of or. Willism Fraser. Of Norwood to Catherine Emma third daughter of or. David d. Davies of Barega formerly of Spring Bank Taa Kalilla. Deaths. the 9th december. At mount lofty the infant m of. Charles and Beatrice Remmel West Acou of bet Unera . Klabo . Smart. On the 9th january at Clare. Myrtle. The dearly moved daughter of Thomas Robert and Ethel smart of Redhill aged 2, years. For of such is the kingdom of heaven. Stocku on the 10th january at Fisher Street Fullarton elate. Amy Murray s., dearly beloved daughter of James Stuart and Emdy Sloyer a de 1 year and 7 months. In memorial. Hans. In Loving memory of a Mother dear of ther Hains relict of the Ute Philip Hain. Who died at port Adelaide of the 11th january 1898, aged 75 Yean. Wit to tax Adelaide Friday Jaku Aey ii vol Effii Bact and the common wealth. A certain Youthful. Aus Raban. Civil servant was sitting at Bis desk finish Insop a piece of work As nto first week contribution of the service of the state when fee was gently tapped on be shoulder by one of his seniors and admonished thus look Here Young Man what do you think you Are doing. Working for the depart Menteh no indeed Yon Are work ing against the department because you Are putting up a record against the lot of us to prove that the office is Over manned and it you succeed by Jove you Are the last to come on and Yon shall be the first to go off in this very direct but fatherly Man Ner did this Friend of inexperienced youth remind the newcomer of his supposed ? duty to us. Fellow officers and. As might have been expected Bis Friendly hint was taken. Nest week the Young fellow made no Effort to set the thames on fire and his popu Larity visibly increased in consequence. From the Point of View adopted by the elder Man of course the australian taxpayers and the Treasury to which they Are called upon to contribute Are looked upon As Milch cows which arc kept for the Sake of those who draw salaries it does not occur to the minds of those who reason in this Way that the Public has a. Moral right to receive what it nays for that is to say. The utmost willing service from each of is employees that May be compatible with health and regular ways of Mac. Efficiency in the View of any coterie guided by the kind of scribed becomes not merely no virtue but a positive be punished Artber by dismissal or by the indignation of brother officers aroused by the Prospect of some one of their number being retrenched in consequence of the unusual display of Zeal Charity be gins at Home says the old ethical and it is very natural and easy for persons who Are in the Public service to get into the Way of condoning and practising inefficiency for the Sake of those around them instead of remembering that to take pay for efficiency and ? systematically refuse to Render effective service is absolutely Dis honest -3od is High and the. Czar is far says the russian when be despairs of seeing right done and the Man who works for the state often has a similar feeling about duty and the taxpayer. They arc both far away while Bis brother officers Are always around him Day after Day. Clique bin is usually the natural re sult of the predominance of such a sentiment 1n any Public Bureau and unfortunately this is one of the dangers to which All Federal administrations and departments Are peculiarly liable. The Federal legislature must meet at a place which is far Dis taut from the Homes of almost All its members and consequently As a Cor respondent once remarked respecting the House of representatives at Wei Lington the parliament building be comes a kind of clubhouse in which All kinds of compacts for Mutual sup port and log rolling May readily grow up As the result of constant inter course. If kept Well in Check by a healthy and competent Public in tement this dose association of. Leading men at the Federal Headquarters May develop ome Good Points and become of considerable service in the interests of the Commonwealth. But there May be another and a much less desirable Side to the situation. Men May be selected for support in their Candida Tures Ember for tiie legislature or for places in the Federal service not by reason of their efficiency but because they arc found to be agreeable Coli Stanions and eminently club Bable Thackeray declared a court system which sends men of Genius to the second table i bold to be a snobbish system. A society that set up to to polite and ignores arts and letters i hold to be a snobbish society and. So it May also be said that any influences in the Federal Cabinet or legislature which would relegate the most useful Public servants to the second or third class places and which would Reserve the first positions entirely for those who arc supposed to be in the set 1 will be essentially snobbish and Detri mental to the Best interests of the Commonwealth. There is a false Standard of Public service which values a Man for the Brand of cigars which be smoke for the game of billiards he can play for the Stock of stories be can Tell when the ladies have retired an such like recommendations which looks upon any reference to the Public work As bad form and regents both the practice and the profession of Zeal tin tue Public interests As the worst kind of cant. The storm and stress of warfare bar found out a few of the i Elk ints Dur ing the Campaign in South Africa. In great crises of her history. A tres England has been placed in any real danger the question of efficiency Lias come to the front with such Force that in every instance the Public mandate has been either do your duty with All. Your might or go or. Arnold White has been reminding is readers in the new Imperial and colonial Magazine of the Days whoa Admiral Byng was shot on his own Quarterdeck and Caylor was. Censured and ? ruined for not having pushed Home a naval vie. Tory As he might have done. As a. Sample of the easy complacency with which the Lack of strenuous service is. Tolerated in almost a. Public depart ments at the present Day he cites the Case of a gentleman who writes the dramatic criticisms for one of the Lead ing London dailies and also draws a Good salary As an officer of the Post office and he put the position tensely by saying fancy Pickford the v. And of. Or a great railway company permitting their responsible servants to play at work and work at the play. In australia1 it would lie easy to match this kind of contrast by adducing cases of men in the serve a of Public depart ments or institutions whose Best ener Gies Are Given to punt brr on the Corner or indulging in other forms of gambling while they Only give he very Dregs of their strength and mental Powers to the service of the taxpayer who remunerated them. The contrast will be readily recognised by referring to the general Rule amongst those who Are responsible for the Safe working of australian banking and other financial institutions whose practice it is to warn every officer in their Tje Vicc against All habits conduct ing to inefficiency Orr orae and to Dis miss any Man who May set the advice at is an open secret in All the states of Australia that one of the worst grievances among those who really give their Best efforts in the service of the government is the. Way in which promotion is absolutely barred by the retention of officers who have become utterly inefficient either through senile decay Uncertain health or dissipation. The fact is however that Cuque ism has been of the very essence of some australian cabinets themselves and the same evil has characterized their control of departments. During certain phases of misguided feeling among a Large Section of the people it is pos sible for a politician by pronouncing certain shibboleths to entrench bpm Eek in a position in which lie is in vulnerable to complaints directed against his administrative misdeeds and open Defiance of the Tow. These Are the times and seasons when log Roming most prevails and when efficiency in a department May even be regarded As an offence while those who do their duty most Uno Stenta piously Are made to suffer for it it were Wen that the people of the australian Commonwealth should from the. Very beginning avoid the fatal mistake of setting up any Man or set of men As a Public idol to be Wor shipped arid held sacred against critic dam on the score of winking at administrative abuses. The Mode is which the first Federal Cabinet bar been constituted is not As we have already remarked above the suspicion of clique sin. There is therefore All the More urgent need for a Strong and Able opposition. Whose duty r it shall be to voice the Public demand for absolute efficiency in the various Federal department of the australian Commonwealth. The fifth contingent. The enthusiasm with which the pm pile Call for further Aid in South Africa has been responded to in Australia has sent a fresh thrill of Dridy and pleasure throughout the British Community. On the one hand such a remarkable testimony of practical loyalty has been the More cheerfully rendered on account of the generous Imperial appreciation of the Worth of the australian Soldier while on the other it is especially prize As a renewal of Confidence in the Justice of the British cause in South Africa and a approval of the policy of ultimate conciliation and local self government in the trans Vaal though the australian is As much interested As the world in the discovery that he is a Good fighter it is not to be assumed that the common wealth is about to pass under the domination of militarism. It is not exaggerating to say the Community possesses too much commonsense to tolerate the. Despotism of an army zealot and has too much industrially to look after to pet a Gay Swash Buckler. Between these extremely expensive types of aggressiveness stands the serviceable necessary citizen Volun Teer whose effectiveness for defence is the Best possible guarantee for peace. In this connection it is gratify ing to learn that lord it Oberts Selec Tion of Gen. Pole Carew As a com Mander in chief for the common wealth has been interpreted As an Indi cation that Bis lordship does not in tend that the Peculiar value of the australian Bush Soldier shall be impaired. Leaving this question of the future for time to Settle the immediate urgency is that no time shall be lost in selecting and fitting out the fifth contingent lord Kitchener needs in South Africa arc pressing. The least he requires is that the full strength of the original drafts shall be promptly made Good i order that he May better Complete the most difficult part of the Campaign. ? in the face of that familiar fact it is hard to understand the Rea son for the Dha Torness of the authorities. A thousand men Arbo applied for two Hundred vacancies have been anxiously awaiting to learn their Fate. To doubt it is particularly unfortunate that at this juncture the commandant should be detained elsewhere and that the chief secretory and col Stuart should be prevented by accidents from returning at an Early Date but the to Var Vincnt has in the acting com mandant col Fergusson an admirable officer both capable to perform the required task and trusted by the forces. We Are. However glad to learn that the Premier has. Decided to accelerate matters. It is generally under stood since the Commonwealth has not yet taken Over the defence depart ment that the contingent from each state Wuh be equipped As a distinct unit without any Federal officer to command the whole. Be that As it May the first Point to be determined Here id the selection of a leading offi cer for. The South australian Section that in consultation with him his staff maybe speedily chosen. In. Some previous contingents a mistake was made in leaving the chief appointment to be the last conferred but obviously the right course pc to give Pic principal officers some responsibility in the Selec Tion of the men the Choice of the non commissioned staff and the general arrangements. Of no less immediate dec Stern is the Purchase of suitable horses an undertaking which a invt occupy some Little time. Utilizing experience from the ample material available the fifth South australian contingent can be made worthy to maintain the Best colonial reputation in South Africa. Unfortunately there is too much reason for fearing that it will have plenty of Opportunity to prove its prowess but there is every warrant for believing that when called upon our latest volunteers will display As much bravery and win As great glory As our Imperial bushmen under col Rowe at re Closter Kop. Acetylene Gas. The Progress of lighting by Acety Lene Gas during the past two years has been very remarkable. Shareholders in Cas companies have no sooner Sot Over the fright occasioned by the glowing predictions about the future of electric lighting than they Are confronted with another rival which threatens to prove More effective in destroying their monopoly. It is. Indeed confidently predicted that within. A very few years the great majority of suburban Resi dents and a very Large proportion of those who live in the country will make their own Gas for lighting Pur poses by Means of water and Calcium Carbide. The consumption of this re material increased very greatly during the year 1900, particularly in the Western states of America where Coal is comparatively dear and the Ordinary Illuminant supplied through pipes cannot be manufactured at a Tow Price. Two years ago the Cost of Calcium Carbide at the works in England was �20 per ton but since the electric furnaces at Niagara have been set going on a Large scale and new markets have been opened out in every direction a considerable reduction in the Price has take place. It was stated by or. John a. To Matthews at the recent International Congress of applied chemistry in Paris that the Cost of Calcium Carbide at Niagara Dur ing the kist Quarter of the year 1900 has Leen �7 15s. Per ton. There is no doubt whatever that at this Price Calcium Carbide will be a cheaper pro Ducer of Gas for lighting than Coal wherever. The bitter is exceptionally dear. The principal drawbacks to its extended application during the first year or two after its introduction were the High charges insisted upon for transportation and the insurance rates exacted in return for the supposed heavy risks involved. As the methods of handling the material become More familiar however much greater Confidence is. Generally Felt and in All sorts of. Localities Small acetylene Gas generators Are. Being installed by people who find Calcium Carbide to be an easier Ana safer thing to handle than gasoline or even Kerosic. The first use to which the Gas i usually applied. Is for arc Cle lamps. Then the Light is adopted for producing a close approach to sunlight in the operating rooms of surgeons and dentists. At the Paris Congress already referred to a concise history was Given of the development of the Calcium car bide Industry in each european coun try As Well As in America. The Princi pal necessity for the economical Manu facture of the compound of Lime and Carbon is cheap Power for driving the urge dynamos required to Light up the electric furnaces. The. Degree needed to cause these two unsociable elements Coke and Lime stoic to com Bine to form Calcium Carbide is. So in tense that Only by the electric current can the furnaces be kept up on 2 com Mercial scale. The waterfalls of the Alps furnish the chief source of this cheap Power on the continent in Austria Hungary alone not less than Twenty four thousand horsepower. Is utilised in the making of the Gaspro during compound the Falls on the River Pliva having a capacity of nine thousand five Hundred horsepower. On the italian Side of the great Alpine Range the unused waterfalls Hare attracted the attention of venetian capitalists who have erected factories of considerable capacity some of the elec tric furnaces having a current of two Hundred and sixty kilowatts for each. In Switzerland a considerable impetus has been Given to the Industry by the Enterprise of. German firms who be Stow attention on the production of aluminium As Well As Calcium Carbide. Isper Geneed engineers Are now exploring new ground and estimating tie potential values of some of the waterfalls situated in comparatively inaccessible places. One. Long rapid on the italian Side can be turned to account through the construction of a Tunnel by which Means fifty thousand horsepower can be obtained. It really seems As if the time were not far Distant when the Cost of Gas in every City in the world will be controlled by the Price of Calcium Carbide. of the Day. The fifth contingent. The Premier when in Sydney bad a con Ference with the other state premiers in reference to the fifth contingent and the Maiu of that Mwafa Iii Lum Aln Dir Hen made Public everything depends on the Date when the transport Wal be Here to take the men away. They cannot be Hefe in Leas than three weeks and it Irile pro Bably be four before they arrive. In Refe rence to the application of brigadier Gen. Gordon to take the supreme control of the australian Force the Premier says that there will be no supreme officer. The men arc being sent to take the places of the drafts which have been sent Home from the other contingent and the troop on Arri Val a South Africa will be placed under the command of the officers leading the pre Vious contingents. The senior officer who has returned is mar. Norton and another major will be sent to take Bis place. Owing to representations made to him on thursday the acting chief Secretary has Given instructions to the military department to proceed at once with the Selec Tion of the members of the fifth contingent from South Australia. For Active service in South Africa in response to lord Kitch ener request for further troops. These Lection will therefore begin at 10 o clock to Morrow morning at the old exhibition grounds. Over 1,000 applications have been received from persons desirous of joining the contingent but As will be seen by and Vertu Emont in our columns the. Selection on saturday will be restricted to members of previous contingent and those of the local military forces who. Have applied All of whom Are expected to attend in uniform. The other Volunteer for Active ten ice will be dealt with on tuesday at the some hour and place. Thu arrange ment has been made to suit the convenience of men who have to travel to the City from country districts. The Board of selection will consist of col Ferguson acting . Dean mounted Rifle Lieut col. Genders Infra try mar. Dyke acting chief Suff office Rand 3jjr. Norton Imperial bushmen corps. After selection by the Board the candidates will be cent on for medical examination. The preparation of the equipments is proceed ing but the appointment of officers will not be made for some time. The government has asked sir Jenkin Coles to choose the Borsos and he has again undertaken to do this work a an honorary task. Sergt. Mar. Harrington will receive the first Batch of animal next tuesday morning. The men will be first taken into Camp on the old exhibition grounds but the site for the final Camp has not vet been fixed. ? Lieut. Roberts ? j1.p. Imperial bushmen has been asked to assist in connection with the Camp duties. The port Augusta smelters. The commissioner of Public w works Hon. K. W. Foster with the Engineer in chief and a. Representative from the mining department will visit port Augusta on tues Day next to make arrangement for the Erec Tion of the smelters there. The. Resident Engineer or. Hogarth has bad die pc Paragiou of the ground and the railway sidings in Progress for sometime. All the Plant is in the Colony and on the Way to 1 Ort Augusta. It is capable of treating 30 tons of Ore per Day and the ground Baa been made ready for to Extension of the machinery to a capacity of dealing with w or 90 tons. ? ? the Tarcola Goldfields. The Public works department Lias Al ready expended a considerable sum of Money in improving the route to the Gold Fields Between port Augusta and Tarcola via. Mount Gunson. Provision has been made for a Sipply of water for teamsters and other travellers along the Road. The railways commissioner has started running a weekly train to. Coward and the Wells Between that place and the Goldfields Are reported to be in Good condition. A Large amount has been expended. In cleaning them out and effecting necessary repairs the department intends to Petamber one of the most important Wicus which is situated about Midway Between Coward and Tarcola and to erect a horse whip with a 30-gallon bucket. The route is reported to be a Good one and the Road is hard tableland and the water stages Are easy. The Quantity of water condensed weekly on the Field by Fri Yafo Narnin nyint a to leased consider ably and the government Well is going Down satisfactorily. Easier country is being passed through and the indications for water continue most favourable. Satisfactory report have been obtained by the commissioner of Public works from his. Officers particularly or. Furner who has spent several weeks inspecting country with a View to securing water and there is no doubt tint abundance of Salt water will be available the government condensing Plant is on the ground and is being put together ready for work and when the most convenient site has been decided the works will be in operation Winou Dejay. The latest reports of the Prospect of the Field and of a Good Supply of water being obtained Are considered by the commissioner of Crown lands encouraging that he Lias Given instructions to have the government Battery at Alge bucking. Taken Down immediately and dispatched to tar Coola via. Coward. The government medi Cal officer or. Rutledge is believed to be now on the Field. He has with him a second its Petal tent and the latest Intelli gence is that the health of the place is Good. ? the Best Medicine known is Sander sons Euca Lyyti extract. Test its eminent Power Ful effect a croats colds Isufi Oesha the relict is instantaneous in serious esses and accidents of All adf be they wounds Boras scold in. Bus of sprains it is the safest remedy no Swei tag no . Like surprising effects produced in croup dip Iberia bronchitis i Fiamma Tion of Longs swelling Dia Robea Donen Terr. Diseases of the kidney and urinary Organ Sukdeb son Euca Lyyti extract to a use at hospitals and medical clinics Alt Over the Cajobe Patron bed by his majesty the King of Italy crowned with in if and do Lorais exhibition Amsterdam. Trust a this approved article sad reject All others Sifo Mecl Hay for Africa. The War office has accepted a tender through the government for 300 tons of Latcu Hay from o South australian con tractor. The Bay will be shipped to South Africa during january or february. The War office asked for 3,000 tons but the state could not Supply it and the conditions of shipment Are to stringent that it u doubtful whether any further Trade in this produce will be he tit Tif steamers. The mail Steamer Ortona of the Orient Fleet arrived at the Anchorage from the Eastern states at half past 10 on thursday morning. She had a Large passenger list on leaving Sydney having in the saloons quite a number of people who had taken part in the Commonwealth festivities. About 14 Adelaide us disembarked at the semaphore but the majority of the travel lers Are bound for Western Australia the Ortona sailed Westward at half past 3. The nuts from England which were to have been taken by the onnus now in Dock at Williamstown will be ? conveyed by the Aberdeen liner moravian which will proceed to Australia via the suet canal ? the vessel will leave London on february 8. The Orient liner Oriya from Colombo arrived a Fremantle at 6 . On thursday. A Hospital text for Tarcola. Under instructions from the commissioner of Public works Captain Mcmichen and a ftps. Bic Dougall and Gow have jul completed for the Tarcola Gold finds hos Pital tent which is believed to be unique in its special design at any rate in the australian states. The tent is of cantus supported by a wooden framework 24 it. 6 in. By.13 it. 8 in. In the dear and is intended to take eight Beds with ample space Between. The Side walk will be 6 it. 8 in. High and the top of the Ridge .10 it. 6 in. A special feature Mil be windows in the tides and end covered with Fly and Sand proof netting. At the Entrance there will also be a Mosquito and Fly proof Flap for allowing thorough ventilation while also keeping out dust and Sand. The tent is lined throughout and has a very Comfort Able appearance. In the roof there Are apertures for ventilation covered with Fine netting a Fly Overall is provided supported on a Ridge pole which leave a space of 15 in. Between that and the roof and this it is believed will ensure greater coolness and More fresh air. The cantus work does credit to Captain Mcmicken while the Woodwork by messes. Mcdougal & Gow is very substantial. The government will div Pafch the tent to port Augusta on Friday morning and is Pecker Field will there see that it is forwarded at once to its Destina Tion. Victorian teachers in Ade Laide. The first interstate teachers Cricket match will be played on the Neutral ground on tuesday and wednesday Janu Ary 15 and 16. The teams will represent Victoria and South Australia. On monday afternoon a Tennis match will be played on the Adelaide Oval. The Cricket teams will be selected from the following Victoria Loftus Couin. Lumsden Kettle Taylor Stewart Watson Menck skew Bora Csc hard Khz Feddor and Matthews. South Australia a. C. Noack r. Burton w. J. Gunn f. X. Leak a. J. Kumnick g. Andrewartha p. Rofe w. Hand w. Adey j. G. Cornelius 13. Mccaffrey Adams and j. C. Radebaum. ? Arl Tunga cyanide works. The minister controlling the Northern territory has received the following Tele Gram from or. H. , manager of the government cyanide works at Carltun a giving his report for december treated seven parcels comprising 54 tons 10 exit for 83 of. 15 dwt valued at �321 16s. The following Are to particulars of the weight of Ore treated and the value of Gold recovered from March 31, 1886, to no vember 30, 1000 Ore treated 2�31 tons. 13 cwt Gold recovered 1,642 of. 14 dwt. 23. Or value �5,787 13s. Lid. Tailings cyanide 1,432 tons 16 cwt. 3 hrs. Gold recovered 331 of 15 dwt 3 gr., value �1,567. Is. Ltd total Gold recovered by Battery and cya Nide 2,034 of. 10 dwt. 2 ., total value of Gold �7,354 14s. Hid. Total charges crush ing and Cyan Ding �2383 5s. Old. The Fol lowing Are particulars of the operations of the works for the month ended december 30 eight parcels treated comprising 70 tons 18 cwt. 3 qr., yielding by Battery and cyanide 134 of. 17 dwt. 4 or. Of Gold valued at �509 7s. 6d. The details were 1. White Range h. E. Luce treated 23 tons 13 cwt. 1 qr., yield by Battery and cya Nide 44 of. 4 dwt. 19 gr., value �100 9s. 2d. White Range 11. Perkins treated 1q tons 8. Cwt., yield by Battery and Cyan Ltd 38 of. 4 dry. 10 or value .�145 is. 2d. Wipe out treated 4 tons 19 cwt. 3 or yield by Battery 2 of. 7 dwt. -11 gr., value �9 0s. Lid. Tailings too1 poor for cyanide. White Range Extension treated 9 tons 3 Ewt. 2 qr., yield by Battery and cyanide 13 of. 18 dwt. 12 gr., value �69 19. 8d. Consolation a treated 9 tons 8 cwt.,-Yicld by Bat Tery and cyanide 7 of. 0 dwt. 4 gr., value �25 0. Lid. Great Western treated 10 tons 1 cwt. 1 qr., yield by Battery and Cyan ii -12 of. 13. Dwt. 12 gr., value �46-6s. 3d. Round Hill treated 6 tons 15 cwt yield by Battery and cyanide 5 of. To dwt. 8 gr., value �22 is. 6d. Thompson claim treated. 5 tons 5 cwt. Yield by Battery and cyanide .5 of. 11 dwt. 15 gr., value �33 7. ? remission of sentences. In connection with the Celebration of the inauguration of the Commonwealth the go Vurnor in Council decided to remit portion of the sentences pissed on certain classes of prisoners. The re Alt was that 15 prisoners we re released during the first week in january Bavins had a certain portion of their penalty taken off. Or. A l. Solomon m.p., Leader of the opposition in the South australian House of Assembly announces his candidature for the hours of representatives in the Federal parliament. ? ? the following Are the names of Persona who died in the Adelaide Hospital during the six months ended december 31, 1000, whore relatives arc unknown or reside beyond the limits of the state,.the age of. The deceased being Given in each Case Fredk. A notch 40 Thos. B. Schonde 50 Walter Brett 30 Emily strove45 Thos. Miller 37 Mina guld Tucker Frank a Orillen 44 Alf. Carter 33 Harry Keats 45 Henry lord Peter Caldwell 70 Henry Jago 81 Jas. Briggs 51 Fredk. Smith 31 Wii by Miru gob mock Jno. Taylor 29 Geo. Grimm 44 Geo. Carter is Henry Wright 74 Jno Coolley. 70 Jas. D. Glindon 00. Early on thursday morning the fire alarm at the works of the South australian Gas company brow ton sounded for the or vices of the Ilin Marsh Volunteer fire Bri Gade to put out a fire at the Brickyard of or. W. Poulton Brompton Park. % a stack of Wood of Over 30hon� was found to have become ignited. The firemen. Under the direction of superintendent Duncan and Captain Brown succeeded in saving about half the Quantity. It is considered probable that the. Wood was fired by a spark from the by Ftp Kiln near it which was stacked. Pro Bazily the most exclusive military association in the kilns on k the Green jacket cub. Membership is strictly con fined to. Officers present and put of the Rifle brigade and Royal rifles the name of a dub being derived from the Colour of their uniforms. It has its Bouse at win Chester where the two splendid regiments have their depot and where some battalions Are usually stationed. Shortly after the return of sir Redvers busier who won his spurs in the Royal rifles the dub invited bin to. Dinner. As a matter of course the Veteran Rifleman cordially accepted but at the Kame time say the Manchester courier he gave it to be understood that in by opinion attendance at the proposed banquet. Should be thrown open to All offi cer of Bis old regiment whether members of the Green jacket club or. Not Possession is nine Point of the Law and the ? policeman who As reported in the Sheffield daily Telegraph after an exciting Chare Over the House Robes captured the Burdar shut May be called on to explain How he got it. The local police while deploring the loss of the burglar Hope that the hat May form a valuable due an Ordinary Man Tat might serve to identify the owner but in the Case of a Burger it All depends on whose Bat be happens to be the Bat. Belongs to. The poke they had bettor hide it. At one of the most important. Churches in Dundee a strange innovation has been made without much Adverse comment. Or. Templeman medical officer of health for the. City lectured there on a sunday on consumption its causes and prevention and the lecture was the first of series on health which Are to take the place of sermons during the Winter months. A l the devotional forms of a scotch congregational service were preserved to i course Only being secular. The Church waa full and the Dundee advertiser has no thing but approval for this Odd departure. Devices to attract congregations to Church Are spreading from sensationalism to a Businesslike. Aesthetic . The Sussex daily news says there is a place of Wor ship where tiny bouquet of Flowers arc at the close of every morning service banded to each. Lady member of the congregation. During service the Flowers Decorato the altar and the pulpit. The plan is de fended on the ground that since it was instituted the congregation has largely in creased and the larger offertory enables Tho clergy to distribute More Money among Iho Parish charities. Success however was largely assured from the fact that the Parish mainly consists of Bouses without gardens and Flowers therefore cannot be grown to any great extent. Glasgow lord Rector used to have tin right to nominate eight or ten men for Tho degree of . Or Gladstone and others made use of the right but it was some years ago taken away. It not fair of All lord Rosebery is credited by . With saying to take away these Little pick Ings Why said he the lord Rector is now no prerogatives at All no replied one of Bis student hearers thu no prerogative left except the right of de manding a Holiday for the student and lord Rosebery Placid face goes the. Story broke into an amused smile which seemed to say dearly that be would not allow this sole remaining right to lapse through want of exercise the latest London danger is the nervous person. A writer in the Ladys pictorial identifies the Genus As those surprising Folk who when crossing a Street even though in company with Many others and conveyed by a policeman Rush across in frantic haste heedless whom they Jostle or trample on with faces expressing As Despe tribe a sense of alarm As if the arrested hones and their. Driven were a Herd of wild buffaloes panting to charge and who tin moment they Are safely landed at the other tide come to a full Stop blocking the Way for those behind the latest device for the solution of a cer Tain problem of household management is As follows caterers Are to per ambulate the streets like muffin men Only with Donkey carte with the View of delivering at our very doors dinners of As Many courses As we Are disposed to eat. It would be better remarks the daily graphic if the know ledge of cookery were diffused among die Middle classes in England As in France in which Case there would be Little room for such an enter pave. As things arc however it May fill a Gap and Render useful service. Ian Maclaren u also among the new Century prophets. In the Temple Maga Zine he says the new Century will open with a Strong Appeal to the Ordinary Man and will offer to him his Opportunity upon him although he lire in a Small House and have Only limited ability although be be Only one out of vast multitude will fall the Burden of government both in Church and state. Great fortunes will grow fewer respectable poverty will be More and More alleviated although of course the Man who invents a useful article in general demand will become a millionaire beyond the dreams of Nobles and the drunkard and Idle person will always be poor and deserve to suffer a. Work of. Extreme importance will a commenced by the Royal society on the first Day of the new Century wrote the daily express on december 6. That i. The making of a catalogue of All the scientific Liten Ture of the world. Nowadays a scientist is Apt to find when be has Public de a work which is the. Fruit of years a labour that it has All been done before that he. Has. Been following in the lines of some unknown investigator or has neglect octto take advantage of his discoveries the catalogue will alter All that. He will turn to the right Section of the right void my and find references to All that h4 been written on his subject. It is a Colonl undertaking. Scientists have been discus ing daa reification schemes and arranging Fri subscriptions from other nations for a Cali. The British government a now Guaran teed the Ron society against loss to Tho extent of �5,000, end the society have succeeded Well with their subscriptions that they Hope it will not be accessory to apply for More than a Small part of this sum i any. The catalogue will be issued in 17 volumes relating to 17 different science a. This is the time of the year when scientist and investigators should apply for govern uncut help if they think their work is ii up runic enough to. Deserve it. The Rpy a society have �4,000 of government Money to distribute. They give it in Rains rang Iii from �10 to �500, and they assist at kinds of scientific work from chemical to search in a private Laboratory to a flu edged solar expedition. Applications must reach the Royal society before the end of january. ?. In the Row county court lately a defers Dant was being Cross examined to to his Busine. You axe a in exist Are you not asked an opposing Cound. Defendant of no keep a drug store laughter counsel but in t that a distinction without. A if pc Reneef defendant not at All. I acc i the drug store it does t keep me. Laughter counsel but you arc a Che Mist All the Fame defendant no no. I am a herbal proprietor of Sovereign Curr but ours is sch a health District laughter during. Which counsel resumed Bis seat recent arrivals from South Africa Aavo brought says a daily news correspondent the most wondrous sped men diamonds with them Beautiful to behold a but alar they would not scratch Glass m while rdc of the most Beautiful of All can be Cut with a pocket knife. It is tolerably simple to a whether a Stone is a Diamond or not. If you can scratch a Sapphire with it you want no further test it is a Dia Mil Jim. Jou 111/ we via ? re in the dark and it phosphor sees it is a. Dia mond. If you look through it at a Light and Only see one Light it is most probably a Diamond. The x rays Nave discovered that a Diamond is nearly if not quite Tran Lucent to those rays whereas the brightest paste contains most Lead and throws Jhaj blackest Shadow. And a Diamond tas to cold whereas a paste Gem tastes warm. Mar. Battersby o..d., writing on this subject said that Solomon words were very True As applied to persons giving inform. Tion to those in Possession of pred Oil stones. Very often be that incr Ajeou knowledge increases sorrow lord ampt wll is taking to Madras with him As Ajoc. His wife Young half brother the Hon. Robert Lygon who holds a com Mission in the guards and has lady been serving at the front. It is to be hoped says the daily chronicle at the Good peo pie of the benign we presidency May not be shocked by by government House scandal such As one which occurred up in Bombay a few years ago. In that Case the governor wife was leaving the capital on a trip to Poona and her excellency was accompanied to the station by a goo look ing military Man who bad been seen hover ing about government House. Just before the train started Ute Man took her lady ship up into a quiet Corner of a special tar Ridge threw his arms around her neck and kissed her. Several inquisitive people on the platform watched the performance and thought of the poor deceived governor who was away some Fere laying a foundation Stone. of the scandal. Spread like wildfire and the sex Dement in Bombay reached a nigh pitch before it was found that the incautious Lover was his Excel Kney a.d.c., and the fond Young brother of the Good lady who presided at govern Nunt Houseal bits Silverstream atom Cav Ris .d0nt look old. With Advin disc scars Gie Aesi Laem ssi stay this with Lockyer is Sulphur Hajj a a Torr. Wimch darkens. The Farmer

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