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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - January 11, 1901, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia the papyrus Roll acquired by the brith museum in 1s95, of which a facsimile Bas been published by the Clarendon presic � says the West Muster Gazette one of Yum interesting documents Jet Dou Iii to Light by egyptian archaeologists. Of one Side Are some statistical tables interest ing to the egyptian Chancellor of the exchequer in . 47. On the other or a number of Folk lore Ules of still greater in Terest to us to Day. The manuscript was written about . Two i.e4 within a Tew years of the introduction of christianity into the country. The stories evidently pm body matter derived both from the twp cd from the old testament which Mui to Hare then been fairly familiar to the Alex andrians through the septic gift trans lation. The Mot remarkable part of there stories is the parallel they present to the life of Christ. The gospel narrative which was then a Novelty Mut evidently have impressed the imagination of the egyptian scholar some of its incidents were accordingly incorporated into the Story to a of i osiris. It records the miraculous birth of this Demigod How his was revealed in Advance to his father. His name shall be is osiris for he shall do Many marvels in Egypt we Are to d when he was 12 years old do scribe in Memphis could equal him in Reading or writing or magic the papyrus Al of shows obvious references to the Story of the plague As told in the Book of exodus. A novel cure for ailing animals is de Scab e.1 by or. Herbert c. Rife in the Decem Ber number of Pearson s Magazine this is the electric Light heat cure in which the animal patients Are placed in special boxes Are subjected to Baths of Light heat produced by powerful electric lamps. Tor Hunters or racehorses after excessive exertion the Radiant heat Bath is invaluable certainly no Hunting or training stable ought to be without one. As a Means of giving a hone a sweat its use is far preferable to cramping a horse s action spoiling Bis Speed perhaps knocking him off his feet by galloping Biu in heavy rugs it has these great Avau tapes that it frees the internal organs from fat assists digestion increases the appetite or. Tarte. Of Montreal has resumed his attacks upon those who would circumscribe the privileges of the French in Canada urge All French canadian., whether in Canada or the United state to band to Geer to resist aggression by Anglo saxons. His latest declaration is to deny that French canadians Are a conquered rite which he does thus it is not True that we Are a conquered race. It is to lie in the Ace of history to say such a thing. The last Battle which was fought Between the eng Lish French armies on Canadian soil was gained by the French army. It was after that Battle that Victory that France concluded Fieh England the treaty by which Canada was ceded to England. That treaty guaranteed to us rights the first was that of becoming British subjects enjoying equal rights with their English Fluor citizens. We Are British citizens not because we Are Donau Rcd but by Vir tue of a treaty. We arc not a conquered race we Are not a. Race to be conquered. We attack nobody we desire to live in peace with those about us. We Are canadians our Mother country is this soft of Canada. We love France it is the land of on ancestors we would be wanting in heart if we failed to love old France but we never turn thither for Protection. We Nave our liberties. We arc Here at Home our Mother country is Canada. The intolerance which tas triumphed to Ontario Wal not prevail. It i a storm which will Toon Hill do. Canada cannot be developed can not even exist As a. Nation unless we have among us peace Tommony Concord the Veteran scientist. A. R. Wallace summarizes the inventions practical apply canons Aero Ettsal discoveries which Are new departures which have pro. Foundry affected our habits even our thoughts Lang age thus f the nineteenth Century 1, railways 2, steam ships 3, electric telegraphs 4, the1 Tele phone 5, Loafer matches. 6, Gas illumination 7, electric lighting 8, photography 9, the phonograph 10, Roentgen rays 11, spec Trum analysis 12, anaesthetics 13, anti septic surgery 14, conservation of Energy 15. Molecular theory of gages 16, velocity of lift directly measured Earth s rotation experimentally shown 17, the uses of dust 18, chemistry definite proportions 19, meteors the meteoric theory 20, the glacial epoch 21, the Antiquity of Man 22, organic evolution established 23, cell the cry embryology 24, germ theory of disease the function of the leukocytes White blood corpuscles. Of All preceding age l the use of lire 2, the Mariner s Compass 3, the steam engine 4, the the Srope 5, the barometer thermometer 6, printing 7, arabic numerals 8, Alpha Betic writing 9, modern chemistry founded 10, electric science founded 11, gravitation established 12, Kepler s jaws 13, by differential calculus 14, the circulation of the blood 15, Light proved to Nave finite velocity 16y the development of geometry. Thus both As regards the number 1 Quality of its Onward Advance the nineteenth Century fully merits the title of the wonderful Century afe a meeting of the committee of the West suburban horticultural Industrial society held at the theban ton Institute on wednesday evening it was decided to hold a concert dance in March. A committee was formed to draw up a prize list for a chrysanthemum show to be held in May. We have received a copy of the first israe or the Cornucopia an Independent journal for the promotion of life Liberty democracy 1 the prizes won at the commemoration Dav ports were distributed in the coun cil chamber town Hall Glenda by councillor Hambidge. In the absence of the. Mayor on thursday evening. Sessa Troxal at any time within v the act till further notice sugar 2d. Lb., ll.-8bag new dates 6sd. Peach Jam 5jd. Mum do., 5d. Apricot do. Quick s6d. Apple do. Do. 4jd. Smoked Sprau old. Tin do. Haddocks Lod. Do. Do. Her ring in of. 9d. Do. Do. Sardines 6d. Do. Cordials Raspberry Balm Raspberry Yio Egar 1/ bottle Lime juice 1/ do. Gipsy Coffee 1/ la. Cocoa 1/2 la. Honey 7d. Tin 2 la 60-lb. Tins 2hl. Comb sections very Choice 6jd. Each Good cheese 6d. Mild do., 7d. Fine do 8d. Prime do 9d. Good hams. 8jd. La. Shoulders Bacon Sid. Per la. Note. Our shops will be open for business till 9 o clock on Friday evenings. Charlock Bros. Nellc when your blood is out of order take Sarsaparilla manufactured by Geo. Hall & sons. Equal to any imported. Mandarin is a pleasant tonic when taken with messes. Hall t sons soda water is a most refreshing drink. The sole manufacturers. The medical profession recommend Tlithia water. For gout Stu mat so kidney complaints. Geo. Hall & sons manufacture is carefully prepared made to strength required. Pure Spring water need in its Man fac lure. F a pleasant refreshing drink. N313fc the Garden Field now 5s a nod Tiro to begin to subscribe 5. A year. Ewer card Taer. Farmer Ftp Hsiwei Shoom mkt it. Janar number i. Contains valuable a tides also Roper by a. H. Sharfe of. Bos ?. 81, Crea Fdl Street Adelaide it Cawte to Day s diary. Friday. Juu air in son riot 5.1s Sims Tjo . Moon ii a 10js . Sett 1l1 am. Sinaj. High water. 6.j0 . Lor. Lj0 pea. 0-s. Fine Rood zoological cat Dens 10-10. King William Strutt Royal Wanores. s cold extinct pm Cut a Exchange hotel of. Adelaide cd a Thole Beaire Vader file entertainment Stu rides College reopens on Ife Aday. 14ib ii Lav. Special Rren Taf chaw in Sao than. twin i nig. A ? i concerning people. The. Premier Hon. F. W. Holder accompanied by the attorney general lion. J. H. Gordon the commissioner of Crotti lands. Hon. L. O Loughlin. Re turned front Sydney by the express on thursday morning. At the station to meet the minister were the commissioner of Public works the minister of education Ilessa. H. A Grainger a. O. Archi Bald other. Citizens. The . Oriya of the Orient line arrived at Fremantle on thursday evening. Amongst her Pange is Kear Admiral Beaumont who succeeds Admiral Pearson in command of tic australian tation. His excellency the governor has appointed lord Kuchard Scrill to be honorary Cap Tain in the Outh australian military Force. ?. Or. H. P. Moore accountant of the sunk of Australasia has been appointed manager of the Jjo uth australian company in place of or. H. Y. Spark., who died in october last. Or. Moore u a son of the late or. Moore of Adelaide was born in 1890. He was educated at st. Peter s Coll Cec then entered the of Crvick of the Bank of Australasia where he ha3 been employed for Over 30 year. Among other positions he has been manager at the branches at Monat Barker $tratii.ibyn, for the past three years has been accountant. The Hon. J. Warren m.l.c., Lieut. Col g. Ii. Dean who went to Sydney with toe military Coutin cent or. A. G. Pendleton railways commissioner or. T. G. Ell cry town clerk or. K. Cooke commissioner of audit or. Humphrey Marten were Paa engers from Sydney by the Cipres which arrived on thursday Moraine. The mayor or. A. W. Ware arrived in Mel Bourne on wednesday will spend a few Days in the victorian capital. Mrs. John Cosgrove better known in the theatrical pro a Ion As Flo Dillon did somewhat suddenly on thursday. The de ceased lady was a daughter of the Rev. Or. Henry Belcher Rector of Lewes Sussex was an actress of considerable Merit having been in Blond Holt company with her husband or. John Cosgrove who is now appearing with a company at the arc Morne gardens Adelaide. The funeral the announced to leave the grand Coffee Palace Hindley Street this morning. Mrs. Cosgrove appeared in the circus girl Only a few nights ago. Vtha re. T. Huston formerly of Moama x-s.w., has entered upon i work As As mutant curate to re. A. W. Clampett m.a., Rector of st. Michael s Church Mitcham. In. Huston will assist the rec Tor in the work at st. Michael a Mitcham Ami at st. Columba a Hawthorn. Or. J. Henniker Heaton m.p., the apostle of Imperial Penny postage or Rived in Adelaide in route to England by the express from Sydney on thursday. The committee of the Melbourne Hospi Tal made a final selection on thursday from a. Loiku lint of Anniem Nyji for t1i� re Winn of Matron of that institution. The number of candidates was reduced to two viz., miss Amy l. Burleigh at present Matron of the City of London. Hospital for diseases of the Chest Jane Walsh of new Castle new South Wales. On the casting vote of the chairman the appointment was Given to miss Burleigh. The new Matron a received her training at st. Bartholo Rover a Hospital London. Or. George Tidemann is visiting Ade Laide after an absence of five year. The res. H. L. Ebbs of Petersburg clutch of England. F. Sewed b_\., of a raid Chorch of England w. Me Kenzie of Norwood salvation army have been enrolled As officiating ministers under the marriage acts. The resignations of the keys. G. A xes t k. Albiston t. B. Fletcher As officiating ministers Hare been accepted. His excellency the governor directs it to be notified that her majesty the Queen has been pleased by her sex Equator to sex Power m. Biard d aunet of Sydney to act As Consul general for France for Australia. Or. W. Gate has been sent to port Pine to temporarily fid the office of sub collector rendered vacant by the death of cant. Wil Liams. Troops for South Africa. Melbourne. January 10. A Cable message was received to Day from lord Kitchener stating that he desired that pie contingent now being formed should have a full complement of officers. This do Victoria will Send 450 men it omers. Between of 5,000 men have offered their services w there will be no difficulty in getting a fint Caus lot to Gether but there is a great Scarcity of suit Able hones. Sydney january 10.a Good Deal of organization has already been done in connection with the dispatch of additional troops to South Africa. The men will Only receive personal equipment for they will be supplied with rifles on reaching Cape town it is not intended to obtain saddles locally. Perth Jannary 10. The officers of the Western australian fifth contingent for South Africa have been selected. Nev All Are single men Are or. Flynn of Bunbury Lieut. Darling Lieut. Brown both members of the first contingent recently returned Lieut. J. L. O Chi tree Lieut. C. Griffiths both of Kalgoorlie Rifle corps capt. H. M. Downes. Of the Boulder Rifle corp son of . Downes commandant of the military forces in Victoria j. Sicott. Of the commercial corps of the it battalion. The tint enrolment will take place to Morrow or saturday. The Contin gent will consist of 300 men 211 hones u is expected that All will be under the end of next week. Wellington january 10. The sixth contingent from new zealand is Likely to be inoculated with typhus before leaving for sooth Africa. Shot by a Constable. Sydney. January 10. The circumstances surrounding the death of. Maurice Purtill which occurred in the Balmain Hospital on sunday As the result of a shot from a revolver on the m est of the 3rd list were investigated to Day at the City Coroner s court. Constable Robert a. Tomb watch House keeper at Rozelle police station in the course of his evidence stated that about 11 o clock he heard a re Volver snot near the police office. He was Rushing out to we what it meant when Verat Pepple came Upland shouted to him to bring jigs revolver. There was a crowd of people near Callan Park hotel the Licen Cee of which Daniel Mclaughlin complained of a window being broken himself is vaulted. Mclauglin pointed to three men in the act of running away. He Mclaughlin followed them came up to three men standing on a vacant allotment. Mclaughlin caught hold of one who he identified As the Man who asau1tej him gave the Man in charge. Witness took the Man Peter Tancred into custody. On the Way to die police station Tancred began to struggle As he threw Tancred to the ground Maurice Purtill struck witness several Rimes prisoner got free. As witness then wanted to secure per tip they ran after him. Witness fired without a in . In the direction of the retreating men. Following it up with a second shot at the same time As Mclaughlin lived. The deceased s dying depositions stated that he Tancred a Man named rigs bad been concerned in a disturbance near the hotel. On Tancred being arrested he pushed the Constable Tio cred Tot away. He a shot while running crawled under a . Where he Feil asleep. George d. Mclaughlin ? generally corroborated con stable Tomb statements. The enquiry was adjourned. Shiebla w s 1ailway bugs 9/6, 10/6, 11/6, 17 15/6. 17/6. To 55/ Plush Ca Biage rugs 13/6, 16/8, 21/, u 37/6. Fob Buss in great a Rusty Gladstone fags 22/6, 26/6, 29/6, u 57/6 handbags. 7/6. 8/9. 10/6. To 29/6 Boft straps 94, 1/. 1/9, to 3/9 10&1s.mndl1t-st. Shares bought sold m one a Len 1\. Ashby & Ming bask of S.W.zkala3d my Pribik 8l times War notes. The Boer conflict. Thanks to the Energy pre Peredne of the military authorities tie spontaneous loyalty of Liri Tuli Coconut. The-ljt3it it North in regard to the attitude of the Cape. Hitch arc most re amazing. The invades Well mounted still. Manage to avoid a pitched Battle Are moving further Westward South Ward in the Hope of cutting the British lines of communication near the coast thereby causing a diversion in favour of Louis Botha in the Transvaal Christian de wet in the Orange Luver Colony. A farm has been raided near Kimb Crecy. In the fierce tight at Snaauw poort near Johannesburg the in Crial Light Moree who behaved with Mercat gallantry bad 12 men killed acid 25 wounded. Or. Kruger is Conva ? Les vent. The crisis in Theca. Count von Waldersee has explained that the latest military operations Ware necessary in order to prevent a Large Force of Boxen from committing excesses in chinese towns. The new German ambassador suggests that Prince Chun a brother of the Empe ror Kwan he should go to Berlin to formally apologize to the Kaiser for the murder of Baron von Kettler. The Oriya. At Fremantle. Frykma Tom Arr m. The 1j.m.s. Oriya from London arrived at 7 o clock this evening. The follow us Saloon a Engerg were on Board for Fremantle or. Hamilton child. Messes. U. Stewart Sherlaw k. B. Burnside. For Adelaide messes. J. Cohen j. W. Bakewell. For Melbourne mrs. Reid two Chil Dren. Mises Hope Scott or. J. Paton. For so ency rear Admiral l. A. Beau Mont mrs. Beaumont or. And mrs. And miss Cark. Or. And mrs. R. N. Dob son. Dobson. Mrs. Could rep infant none Mises Rawson maid Mart mire. W. Dimming Ami Murray. Messes. F. Fountain t. Martin t. In Martin. For Brisbane or. E. Dawe. Fot Hobart Lieut. U. E. Reid. For new zealand or. And mrs. G. Gould family mimes e. A. Curfs Browning . A. Stewart Mckerrow. And 2s1 passengers in other leases for All port. The Oriya will sail for Adelaide during the night the russian Romance. To the editor sir permit me to Correct a slight mis take. Count r ? cannot come into his titles Prince even on the death of his Uncle unless he carries out the one condition of the will to marry me within a space of three years from now. And might i Sug Gest if your original informant has possessed himself of the document lost by the count to return them under cover to Prince Russoff the russian ambassador an Paris who. According to the count s description i a most a Foble courteous gentleman or Etc to Iris successor. The Reward Given will be 120 roubles or �20 Sterling according to English Money might i also state Here that i have no A.B. Tion whatever to Ioe As a future countess or Princess. Coronets titles have no attraction for vie that 1 con Only re Gret Uch information Shouta Ever have been sent to the office of any paper. I agree with my Favourite English poet. However it be it rms to me to Only Nome to be Good kind hearts Are More than coronets simple Faith than Norman blood. ? ? 1 am. Sir. In a daughter of the re Ian nobility. January 10. Weibly closing act. To the it Buo ? generally. ? ladies co Tlemcen Altbuch exempt boo then a Etsity of clips bag on pharmacy under this act. We have decided alter careful confidential to Ghe All oar employees the Oil Benefito a secular saturday half Houlday. Oar charms by will Therenie. Be closed of saturdays at 1 . Sunday hours Mora toe. 10 to a after Toon 3 to Sevenia 6 to 7. ?. Yours faithfully. Birks chemists Corot of Sadie Street Law Ltd Pilot. ? ?. ? ? Nolc. To House should be a Rhode helid0n spa water a Kattualt Effene Sciug water. Fel Tomt tools stated Lemon pare of the Lemon to be had torn All druggists a Token Tad win spirit merchants. Jim tic �. A lpns wholesale agent to the editor. Sir hailing from the dominions of the Czar 1 read with great interest the romantic Story published inlay in your paper. It was like Reading a novel the will disposing of untold Weait i in favour of the baby girl the condition of the. Marriage with count r the necessary request that the Czar should approve of the desired Union toe Attr Nople for life the Morgan Atic marriage All this reads Well barely it is romantic cannot but enlist the sym Pathy of the Reader but. After All. Looking at the facts critically i am afraid it is Only a Romance. The scene is Laid in two countries Russia France. Where the valuable property i located in tie first or in the last is not clearly stated but be it in one or the other the cold reality comes in in the shape of Mcce Saon Laws which pulls Down the whole fabric. In France the sue Cen Ion Laws Are exceedingly strict no matter what wealth one possess be it inherited or secured through Persona exertions you cannot dispose of it at your own Sweet will. It must go to the next of Kin according to the minute directions of the code. No conditional will can be drawn in fact a will is almost superfluous except for trifling legacies one might leave to out Sider. The bulk of the property must pass to the Legal heirs. In re Sam. The succession Laws Are not so strict As this. Inherited property must be divided among the next of Kin according to the provisions of the Law. Accumulated property by personal exertions might be disposed according to the wish of the testator. As evidently the property referred to must have bean in the character of family estates neither in France nor in Russia could it be left conditionally to anybody so much More if according to the Law Tuat person had a Legal right to the succession. That count r ? should have found it necessary to apply to Czar Alexander i. For his Sanction of the intended Union would Pas Muster in a novel but again not so in reality. Out ride of the members of the Imperial family at officially induced in the court almanac no family in Russia i considered As a re lation or connection of the reigning family. Some russian families claim their descent not Only from the Romo Veff. Which Are after All of but recent Date but from the ancient rank the founders of the original Liu Wian Empire. Look on the Loloi Seroukis for example Sake. But this fact does not entitle them neither to any special Privi Leges nor to any special duties they might marry according to their own free will wish. Of course count r ? could not have contracted a Morgan Atic marriage As such a. Thing u unknown in Russia outside of the members of the Imperial family. Marriage Laws Are very strict in Russia even divorce does not practically exist there. Divorce can be granted for the usual statutory reason but the divorce court which is an court Doe not accept circumstantial evidence even of the most convincing character. Cohabitation would not be considered evidence. The russian Law requires As proof the flagrant la Dekito. That count r ? at the death of Bis Uncle should become a Prince is a of startling to anybody acquainted with rus Sian customs Laws. Titles Are Heredi tary Only in direct line from father to son. You May inherit the estate of your Uncle if you Are his heir but you do not inherit his title unless the Czar to prevent the extinction of a family name would Grant it As a special favour. I am sorry by these few remarks to greatly hotter the possibilities of such romantic contingencies As Are contained in the interesting Story published by you. But Why should people be left to think that in Russia everything is possible of Comorre there arc Many abuses there the will of the Czar is generally Paramount but after All there Are some Laws to which most of the people must submit Amon such Laws arc those. Concerning succession to property marriage the like. I am sir. 4c, . Commonwealth concerns. The lat sir ja3ies Dick soft ? Hris nose. Tannart in ? the death of sir James Dickson the Commonwealth minister of state for defence was the chief topic of conversation to Day. In his lifetime sir James Dickson bad Many political opponents but they unite with his friends in expressions of sorrow at his decease. A feature remarked a pin is that he should have lived Long enough to grasp the great honours be so much valued. The circumstances of the loss to the icon Lanty reminded people of the death of or. Macros in at the Federal convention in 1891. The Public offices were closed at noon on the Public buildings Many commercial houses flags flew half Mast. The directors officers of the Queensland trustees limited of which sir James Dukson was chairman the Royal Bank of in Bane municipal Council other bodies have sent messages of condolence to the misses Dickson. The deceased minister will be accorded a state funeral on Satur Day. The Premier declined to discuss the ques Tion As to sir James Dickson s probable one Ces or in the Federal ministry the state government. It is generally Consi dered Likely however that an endeavour Bill be made to induce or. Philp. The pre Mier of Queensland to enter Federal i i tics accept the portfolio is sure to be. Offered to him by or. Barton. The deceased will be accorded a Public funeral on saturday Melbourne january 10. General secret was expressed to Day a the news of the death of sir James Dick son. The speaker sir Jenkin Coles telegraphed on thursday to the Premier of the Commonwealth expressing the sympathy of the South australian House of Assembly on the death of the minister of defence sir James Dic Luon. The Chambers of Commerce Sydney. Jan turn 10. At a conference of delegates from the Chambers of Commerce from the various states presided Over by or. Al Russell French president of the Sydney chamber a Resolution was submitted for the creation of a general Council of the Chambers of Commerce of the Commonwealth of Australia. Religious Equality. Sydney january 10. With reference to the question of ecclesiastical precedence in connection Witt the Commonwealth state functions the Fol lowing Resolution has been passed at a Spe Cial meeting of representatives of the presbyterian Church of new South Wales appointed by the general purposes commit tee As the principle of religious Equality is recognised by each of the states of Australia by the Commonwealth the presbyterians of new souths Wales demand that representatives of the various Churche should on All state occasions rank together according to the numerical strength of their respective churches. Rifle a hosting. Sydney january 10. The third Day s shooting at the common wealth meeting of the National Rifle association was continued to Day. A gentle South Easterly Breeze prevailed All Day lulling occasionally it to new the Shooten out of their reckoning especially at the Long ranges. The Queen Victoria match Feu to pet. W. H. Garger of Victoria who maintained the advantage from the first stage. The runner up sgt. G. Hawker of Victoria was dose behind. At every stage these two made respectively 96 93 on tuesday. Yesterday their relative positions were unaltered As each Man scored 61. To Day at 800 Yards both made 28. Leaving the latter still 3 in arrears. Sgt Hawker s Pertinacity in hanging on to his opponent promised a keen contest at the last Range 900 Yards a Large crowd of riflemen gathered to see the finish. Pet Targett first two shots were a Centre miss arid sgt Hawker s a Buh Seye a Centre gave him for the first time during the meeting an advantage Over his oppo nent. Pet. Gargett s next five shots were 4. 3, 5, 4, 5, Hawker s 2, 5, 5, 2, 4, sgt. Hawker was the last in fire. A bulls Eye would have made his score level with pet. Gargett a a tic being decided by the highest score at the Long ranges would have secured him the prize. With �100 depending on the shot sgt Hawker fired scoring an inner 4 Points just under the Bullseye lost the first in pc by 1 Point lie. Gargett with 212 Points won �190, sgt. Hawker 211 Points �30. B. Clark of the National guard 200 Points won �40, l. De Grandi of Victoria 199 Point won �30. The leading men who Are old Well known Rifle shots were heartily cheered at the conclusion of the match. ? in the Queensland match 10 shots at 500 Yards Cpl. Chua olm of Kiama made the possible seven others Only a single Point less. Or. J. T. Lake of South Australia was 12th with 48 Point. The Western australian match ten shots at 600 Yards was secured by c. Hallord. Of new zealand with 45 Points. The interstate parliamentary match ten shots at 500 Yards was won by or. H. R. Williams of Victoria with 42 Points capt the Hon. A.b.,Addi son. , of South Australia was third with 41 Points Lieut col. Castine of South Australia next with 38 Point. In the Hopetoun aggregate r. Young of Vic Toria was first with 120 Points. In. W. A. Langley. Of South Australia made 112 Points in the Queen s match or. G. Howitt of South Australia was1 tenth with 196 Points while or. W. C. Addison of South Australia made 188 Points. It the invitation of the Council of the association a number of gentlemen met at ii Odicon at the Range the guests including several members of parliament vis King riflemen from All the states. Several of the speakers acknowledged the liberality of the new. South Wales govern ment in the financial assistance it had Given to the meeting. The new South Wales parliament it was pointed out included Many gentlemen who wer thoroughly acquainted with Rifle a boating they recon Jii sed that the National Rifle association for years had but one object in View the promotion of Good Rifle shooting such a would make soldiers efficient shots both for offensive defensive purposes. In responding to the Toast of the defence forces of the in spire col Crole Wyndham said that the sympathies of the Soldier were More strictly with the purely military Rifle associations but. He thought it was absolutely impossible to overestimate the value of associations such As the National Rifle association of new South Wales. Replying to another Toast Lieut coi. Davies. Of Hobart. Referred to the possibility of a British Rifle team shortly visiting Australia. Under the Commonwealth he thought it would be More possible to Send australian teams of riflemen to England than under separate governments. The South ? australians did remarkably Well at the Commonwealth military sport in Sydney. In the Wantage Competition on tuesday the South australian mounted Rifle team under Farrier sgt Goodall won the Riding jumping in sections of four. Fifteen teams including representative i from different parts of the Commonwealth took part in the contest old v attend a Glenlivet s Ilu?8T Agerto mime co. Fri Xmas festivities incomplete Wiant chateau Anunda Brandy. ?\�.jv3p a.gk.hnst8.? ? ?. I the attitude of a mayor. Broken Hill. January 10. At Public meeting of ratepayers a the town Hall last night Alderman Wright was asked Why he sent the ungracious Tele Gram to or. Portus Secretary of the Commonwealth cede Grabons in Sydney. He said he did not believe in the Money of the ratepayers of broken Hiu being spent of such convivial ties. When he mentioned the word drunk lie did not intoxication with drink. People could be drunk with excitement or enthusiasm just As with whisky or Beer. But look at the thing in Sydney after it was All Over was a decent speech made there he believed the word drunk was the expressive term he could use. It conveyed Nis ing. He might have used Celebration or conviviality but he thought drunk was a most. Expressive word it did not imply drunk on liquor. Men might did get drunk on blood. Could any one deny that when he raid it was a National drunk be said what was absolutely True he received a courteous communication. From or. Portus gave what he considered a courteous answer so car As or. Portus was concerned. He said thanks for the invitation that was to far As or. Portus Tva concerned. The second part of his answer was against the government for spending the Money. The Federal elections. Melbourne. January 10. Sir George Turner will be a candidate for the Balaklava scat in the Federal House of representative. He is Likely to be returned non posed. It is the desire of sir George Turner s colleagues that he should retain the office of Premier of Victoria till Theen Doi the month so that he May Sec his old age pen Sions scheme fairly launched also com plete the arrangements for the conversion of the �3,000,000 loan falling due in London on july l the Federal parliament. Melbourne january 10. Upon the decision that the Federal Par Iam enl should be opened in the exhibition building the government invited designs for decorating the whole Interior Walls Woodwork of the building. Six designs have been sent in thai Der. J. Ross Anderson has been accepted. The Cost will be �3j700. The Imperial troops. Melbourne january 10. It has been found impracticable to carry oat the intention of the government to bold a review of the Imperial troops local defence forces at Albert Park on the 28th inst it has therefore been decided that the Imperial contingent Dull be the guest of the government at tie australian natives association demonstration in tiie exhibition buildings. The free Trade Campaign. I Launceston Jannary 10. Or. G. H. Reid addressed an audience of 3,000 to night in connection with the free Trade Campaign. The meeting was a Brilliant Success. Interest in new zealand. Wellington january 10. The inauguration of the Commonwealth Baa largely. Stimulated interest in the Fede ration question in new zealand. Or. Holder s position. The Premier Hon. F. W. Holder who has been in Sydney attending the celebrations in connection with the inauguration of the Commonwealth returned to Adelaide on thursday morning by the Melbourne express. Speaking to one of our representatives he said the various functions connected with the inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia in Sydney have been magnificently carried out. The hos pita cities of the government of new South Wales have been most abundant new South Wales fas extended a right Royal Welcome to visitors marred Only by ome delays omissions in getting out the de tails of the invitations which in no Way however detracted from the evident intention to ensure the fullest enjoyment of All the guest. The task undertaken in caring for such a Host of visitors might Well have overtaxed the utmost Effort of the most practical organizer. The swearing in of the governor general was a splendid ceremony throughout the procession was most representative moved through five Miles of streets profusely decorated Bright with Bunting while vast crowds of people All observing the most perfect order viewed the scene from every Point of Vantage. The place appointed for the ceremony was in the Centennial Paris a natural amphitheatre where probably Over a Quarter of a million people watched the proceedings which took place a. Chaste Beautiful Pavi lion in the Centre. The next greatest event of a very full week was the fax of of Cundar. Ben about 10,000 troops representing All the different British regiments besides our own austra Lian men not forgetting the picturesque numans were paraded. It was truly an Imperial most imposing spectacle. The illumination of the Harbour of the men of War the great display of fireworks on Friday night were a most magnificent sight. From first to last new South Wales has spared neither trouble nor Money a great event has been worthily celebrated. The triumphal Arches Street illuminations have been already described were All in Good taste most appropriate can you Tell us anything about your position with regard to the Federal minis try of i have been much amused at the references to my being left out of the first Federal Cabinet. It has been stated that i generously weakly one paper put it gave Way to or. Kingston. One paper told its readers that i declined office on account of my health but the simple truth is that while sir William Lyne would have Given me any portfolio i pleased Toad t agreed to help him but for my standing out or. Barton would never had the Chance to form his Cabinet yet or. Barton did not do me the honour he did All the other australian premiers of consulting me the first i knew of the formation of tie team was from the press when All was Complete. I did not therefore either generously or weak stand aside for any one. My claims were such that if i Tut. Pressed them As come others did theirs i should doubtless have been included but i preferred Sot to sacrifice my self respect i am free to take my own course without any hindrance whether i shall support or oppose the government will depend entirely upon the policy it May announce. I May say i in tend to stand for the House of representatives. My health was never better than it is now i am in every Way fit for any work that May need to be done the Premier Hon. F. W. Holder thinks that the question of the first Federal elections a considered at the Cabinet meet ins of the Federal government held on wednesday but he has not received any communication with regard to the matter the customs under federation. At one time there was considerable mis. Apprehension in reference to the paying Over of the customs receipts to the Federal authority from the different states the return of tie Money after the necessary deductions for Commonwealth expenses had been made. It was inferred that there would have to be an elaborate system of bookkeeping adopted but the treasurer Hon few Holder says that a simple plan has been proposed although it has not yet come into Force it will he put in Force in All the different states Tutje col lectors of customs will pay their Revenue into the local treasuries daily at the end of the. Month the Treasury will deduct from the moneys in hand the Cost of main Taining the department hand the. Bal Ance to the Federal treasurer. Afterwards the state s proportion of the Cost of the Federal government will be taken from the balance the remainder returned to the treasurer of the state. In his que duct speech the treasurer allowed for the taking away of half the customs Revenue Fay by Commonwealth but it will be returns less South australia1 proportion to the Cost of the rational affairs in plenty of time for it to be taken into account when the next budget is presented. Perth. Jannary 10. The Western australian government disbursements in connection with the Commonwealth celebrations amounted to �2jsh. V ked rat. ?u1vistpbs of or tors ? Only partial arrangements have so far been. Made for the temporary Acom mob. Tion of Federal ministers in Sydney. A. Barton is to be provided with rooms a for Trade customs will have Bis tent Horary Headquarters at the customs House. No definite arrangements As to the other have yet been made but the colonial Secre tary s. Build it will probably provide room for two the customs House for another one while sir John Forrest As Postma Lei general will very Likely find an abiding place for the time being in the genial Post office. Cust of the band music. Fir William Lynn is of opinion that the hippie at arrangement for the amusement of the bulk of the people in the common wealth festivities was the distribution of bands of music throughout the streets lurks. The Cost of the musicians amounted to �3,000. Our Flag the Premier of South Australia the Hon. F. W. Hold Erin the presence of a Large congregation delivered an address in the Wesley Church. Regent Street Redfern on the subject of our Dag in the course of his address he said that some things stirred our human nature. Foremost amongst these was music. When they listened to joyous strains they became Joy Ful. As sadder sounds struck upon tiie a ears they were saddened too. When mar tial music addressed them they became Al most heroes. Next to music the hag moved them to More enthusiasm Tau Almut any. Other thing. Just now the question exciting the mind of Many peo ple to what shall the Flag of the new australian nation be let them look for a moment at the Flag whish the psalmist spoke of when he told them god hath Given a Flag to them that fear him that it May be displayed because of the truth in the first place the flog was significant of ownership. The British Flag flying Over this continent indicated that the common wealth belonged to the British Crown. In the next place the Flag suggested Refuge Protection when 40 years ago the slave escaped from his toil in America his foot Steps turned towards Canada. Once be Neath the British flog which floated Over the land he was free. Twelve months ago the foes of South Africa set foot on Bri Tish territory immediately troops steamed out from various parts of the Empire to drive the invader Back not because Natal was the richest largest or most populous Colony in the British Empire but simply because the land on which the in vaders had it foot was British territory. The whole in a n him Kritich c morn a pledged to secure the safety of the invaded territory. The Flag meant Devotion. Many a Man had died for his Flag. A year ago there was in. England an old Man who Hod Token port in Many a Bard fought Battle had endured much hardship. He was heartbroken. His Only son had been Flam in Battle. To. That old Man came the Call to fight for his Flag. Regardless of his years his past services his broken heart. Lord Roberts went out to South Africa lie was not Content on his arrival to gee the British has Fly ing Over the Castle. He carried the Flag on from town to town with a Devotion that he his soldiers continuously Dis played. When in Adelaide the government of South Australia wanted 200 men to go to the front at is. 2d. A Day to suffer untold hardships . To be the target for Many bul lets More than Loo Omen offered themselves As volunteers. There were flags that were once carried at the head of great armies. Wherever they appeared those whom they went against trembled fled but. Those armies had Long since. Crumbled to the dust their flags. Were Only memories. The British Flag was a Flag of Triumph to by carried on on till throughout the world unchallenged it would by. He thought of Ladysmith for Many a weary month that town was besieged. Into it a storm of hot Shell was poured. Later on fever made its appearance slew More men. Women children than the shot Shell of the enemy. Later yet famine added its horrors to the sufferings of the Garrison its inhabitants. Dur ing the season Relief be med All too tardy. Sometimes the guns of the relieving Force seemed to be approaching then their Boom died away in the distance. Again the bomb of the guns approached again it faded away till Hope almost died in the hearts of the besieged. Suddenly one Day the re Lieving column entered the town As its Leader approached . Write went out to meet him. With heart too full to utter More than a sentence . White exclaimed. Thank god. We kept the Flag flying what would it be with them when either announced or in announce the relieving column came in would they looking Back Over the difficulties Xiali of the past an8 remembering that they had not been cowards or Cra Venly yielded to wrong exclaim. Thank god we have kept the Flag flying the future of this treat Commonwealth could Only be the sum total of the spirit of the units of the. Population. If the Flag of the Commonwealth was to by a Flag of Refuge for the distressed if it wat to be a Flag of Devotion for its citizens was to be carried on to Victory it must be because each individual in the Community would seek in his own heart life to be Brave to be True. New zealand the common wealth. To the editor. Sir i see that there u now some Prospect of new zealand joining the australian Commonwealth i Wii to Point out that her. Doing so is More Likely to. Prove a source of embarrassment disaster to the new federation thin to increase its strength or importance. New zealand is too far away from Australia to form part of the same political sphere the of Mon wealth has already a sufficiently Exten Sive coastline to attend to. It is easy to foresee Many difficulties dangers if new. Zealand is allowed for sentimental reasons to join a confederation with which she has practically nothing in common Lam sir 4c, x. E. L. Adelaide january 10.or. W. Theo. Phanasy Ziec Mcdo Pretis Dattal in Jery. Victoria. Ond Nate the dental collateral Denet metro bras. Sorth Terrace opposite . Will be out of town till about january 8. Alte sectarianism. To the editor. Sir your columns continue to report the Onward Progress of a glorified sectarian pm a correspondent properly drawing Atten Tion to the flagrantly unconstitutional action of the administrators of a secur Keistie in the recent inauguration ceremony roundly Calls All religious bodies in Australia sects so they Are arid nothing else anglicans included. The addresses of the various Relin Ous. Bodies to the gov i nor general his replies to them con Tain no reference to the religion of Christ might have been ? made by jews or turks or info dust the congratulations you printed Are of the same nature not one of them refers to the religion of Christ except that of the roman Catholic or. Vaud ton. There is also the Sydney preach ment of the Premier of South Australia which is remarkable. ? you report him to say that the Ideal of the Commonwealth should be tit Ideal of Jesus Christ. But he administers a Constitution which refuses to establish the religion of Jesus Christ or any other re tingum. The preacher goes on to say the australians must he one. Agreeing to differ in matters of Little importance As the Constitution ignores the religion of Jesus Christ it is presumably to the Constitution which this preaching Premier is sworn to administer a matter of Little importance it is inconceivable then Bow he con say the australian Ideal must be the Ideal of Jesus Christ was Jesus Christ religion in. His. Estimate of it a matter of Little importance to the world of Man the. Truth is that despite a forbidding clause in its provisions the Constitution act of Federated. Australia does establish a. Religion the religion of Keistie secularization All sectarianism helps it if religious bodies Are Content to. Be sects it is to be. Feared that no tinman Power can pre vent such degradation but it is contrary to god s will As unveiled in Ghriri All Christian men who would do god s wfi1. And so really serve Australia should com Bine to have the new Constitution amended in respect of. Its refusal to recognise the religion ? of Christ As supreme. I am. Sir your old servant. John w Owen. January 10. Fiou blvd China. Boxer activity. ?. London. January 10. By submarine Telegraph received. January a 2 ajn.1. Count. Von Waldersee has explained that. The boxers in Tylli Siroun Ilia scene of the latest fight in willed a German Coll ii trap., victorious had terrorized the District in to Lilli tin.1 town is situated threatened to at tack Yuking Chuu plug. The Apt Looy to Germany. Loudon. January 10. Or. Morrison the times Corres Pou debt states that or. Munim you suck Iva Zenstein the new German minister at Pekin Lias suggested that Prince Buu aged 17 years brother of the emperor should go to Berlin As an envoy to convey a Humble apology to the Kaiser Wllliam for tie murder of Baron von act Trier. The Young Prince is willing to undertake the duty. The chinese court had previously secured the consent of Prince us to discharge the Mission or. Mutini says that if both Tuc princes Are sent it will be an advantage to Cliona tie reparation to Germany will be All the greater. The British army. Native Indian regiments Fob colonial Harrisons. ? London january 10. It was announced yesterday that the Imperial Treasury would shortly undertake to pay live native regiments from India who Are going to isolated Crown colonies for tie Pui Jose of free ing for other duties certain battalions of regiments of the line. ? the Indian troops referred to will be sent to Mauritius Singapore Hong Kong Ceylon. New South Wales. Broken Hilt Tannin 10. The statistics for the past 12 months for broken Hill show that the births numbered 1,017, deaths 511, marriages 335. Western Australia Perth Lan Narr 10 the death penalty recently passed on tha Man Joyce for the murder of his wife has been commuted to one of penal servitude for life. ? earthquake shocks were experienced Over a Large area in the North West of the state yesterday. At to Elouine the tremors lasted for two minutes. , whine Creek Ima Valla the disturbance was Felt severely. Many buildings at Cossack were shaken but no real damage was done. In accordance with a. Motion carried in the lost session of parliament the executive to Day appointed a civil service commis Sion. This body consists of the under Secretary of each department with or. Octavius Burt As chairman Kalgoorlie january 10. Frank Mcgovern committed suicide at Paddington thus afternoon by cutting he Throat. The deceased was a resident ? of. Coolgardie where his wife family re Side ? Randall & Boucaud wide spirit merchants 71, King William Street opposite Royal exo Hanif. Telephone Toi. Attlee Marvis the new fish food. Specially adapted for invalids dyspeptic ?. A. Imti to Germany. Protection for the Agra Rian interests. London january 10. Count von Bulow the German Chan cellar addressing the land tag Parlia ment of Prussia yesterday promised that when Inland canals now in course of construction including the canal from Berlin to Stettin Are completed a protective Tariff will be introduced to give the produce from the Eastern province supremacy Over that from the Western districts. New zealand. Wellington. January 10. Cable advices to the acting Premier Point to the probability of the Imperial troops visiting new zealand the Harvest prospects Are excellent. The inspection of dairies throughout the Colony begins on monday. Special experts will be engaged in four cities in country do tocts Stock inspectors will undertake the work. ? Dairy Farmers milk Sellers must Register their premises. Embezzlement by a Bank official Over �4,000 Short. Sydney january 10/ a sensation was caused at Grenfell last night when it became known that a Large sum of been stolen from the Union Bank by William k. Woodfall the accountant Woodfall was granted a few Dayr Holiday to attend the Commonwealth celebrations in Sydney. He did not return when the leave expired. The Reserve Money was then counted it was found to be �4,100 Short. Woodfall is a Young married Man. He wrote to his father in Law who resides at Temora stating that he had bid Den a thousand sovereigns in a certain place in the House which he was to get for the keep of his Wood alts wife children. The Money was found in the place mentioned at once handed Over to the Bank manager. It is stated that Woodfall a been drinking heavily. The Money was conveyed to Sydney in a portmanteau when Woodfall was. Questioned by the Driver of the cab about the weight of his bag he stated that he was taking a Lane sum of Money from the local Branch to the head office. ? France a ministerial defeat. London january 9. M. Paul Deschanel the opposition candidate Libs been re elected to the position of president of the French chamber of deputies defeating m. Brisson. An sex Premici who was the nominee of the Premier m. Waldeck Rousseau. Victoria. Melbourne. January 10. The railways commissioner or. Mathis on is pushing on with his scheme for re lating the permanent Way with heavier rail is tiring engines of the heavy Baldwin use. At the Echuca police court to Day charts Denis was lined �50. Or in default three months imprisonment for having canned Bushfire by can newly throwing Down lighted Butts of cigarettes. Or. J. Ryan a Farmer residing at Glenor Miston was a few Day ago returning with his wife from Terang on a Wagon Laden with Pollard Ryan was endeavouring to Light his pipe when the Wagon gave a sudden lurch be was thrown under one of the wheels which pitted Over his chert inflict ing rach injuries that he died the same evening. ?. The than Saai Campaign. The raids in Cape Colony authorities very Active. Situation improving. London. January 9. By submarine telegraph.1� received january 11, 2 an a eight Hundred Guiou Utcy infant re were in a few Days enrolled in Volun Teer Corpa at Cape town for service against the Luciny in tie Northern districts of the Colony. Brigadier Gen. E. Y. Brabant a member of the Cape Assembly who Bas been organizing a flying column to operate under col g. F. For Range d.s.o., of Tuo Royal engineers in country Between the Eastern Ireson Era railway systems in the North of Cape Colony is now at the Bead of the colonial defence. Corps along with the other military authorities is manifesting great activity in making provision against a possible dutch rising. A party of Lio Boers have raided a farm near Ken Lierly belonging to the do boors consolidated mines limited. As a result Pic residents of the District Are flocking into the town. London january 1.0. Col. The Hon. A. H. A Coniker major s fono. Who include the 2nd battalion Coli steam guards arc holding an extended line of country South of. Suther land a town about 270 Miles from Cape town. A body of Boers. 1,50? Strong arc in the neighbourhood. The Western invading commando of Boers have moved westwards from Fraserburgh into very dry barrel country. ?. North West of Victoria West fall was station has been garrisoned by ? a Strong. British Force four British columns arc operating from Middel Burg. Horses for the use of the troops have been commandeered at Warrenton a town 44 Miles by rail from Kimb Crecy at Worcester the scene of the recent african Der Congress. The circulation of the dutch newspaper on Laud Bas been forbidden in the lat Ter place. The Vanguard of one of the mail Boer commandos was 20 Miles fron up Leetberg yesterday. It is asserted that the enemy have been instructed t avoid fighting to strive to Cut the British line of communications. Near the coast in order to compel the columns in the North to hurry South wards to Deal with the intruders. Meanwhile according to this plan ten. In us Botha in the East arc Transvaal would act rigorously on Tut offensive. The latest accounts in regard to the attitude of the Cape dutch arc Inoff reassuring. The fight near Johannes casualties. ?. ? London january 10. In the engagement near Namauu poort in Tho Witwatersrand District in which Sou Boers under sen. Del Roy. Suffered a Berelc defeat the Force included the following ? ? Imperial Light horse. 12 killed an 25 wounded the majority severely. Scots Greys guards hussars.-. 8 wounded. Private r. Pestell of d company new South Wales Imperial Bush mar. Was slightly wounded. ? or. Krug Eit recovering. London. January 10. Advices from Brussels affirm thai sex president Kruger who Bas bees under treatment for bronchitis is now convalescent. Paul Kruger. A Searchlight. A remarkable pamphlet has just been sued at cd Jwj town says the st. Jumes i Gazette by or. Paul Botha a typical rushed. Intelligent upright Boer who was for very Many years. A member of the late free state Volks Raad. The daily mail correspondent at Bloemfontein had an interview with or. Botha Laorae weeks ago was allowed to Forward a copy of some part of the then unpublished ils. We quote the following illuminating Pas tages Krycer As a Prophet. I have been told said or. Botha that there arc people in. Europe in England in. America who Admire Paul Kruger. 1 can understand our ignorant Boers being misled by a Man of powerful personality who knowing them Well can play upon their weakness prejudices like an expert player on the strings of a violin list that Oom Paul should dupe Well educated people thai i cannot understand. He made the burghers believe that he was a Prophet. Who like Moses was the Means of communication Between god his Choeu i eople. This is literally True. In the Early Days be often vanished for Long periods when be came Back he made the people believe that he bad been communing with god. Add to this his indomitable will his undoubted courage proved in Many Kaffir wan then you jul. Understand his despotic influence. Aya Bicio a. Unscrupulous . We know him an avaricious unscrupulous hypocritical Man who sacrificed an entire people to his cupidity. His one object we to Enoch himself he used every Means to that one end. His ambition for Power was subordinate to his love of Money. I Aric his admirers to show Rac one. Good thing he did for his country during All his years of Power. He spent millions Arzich were m reality expended for the purpose of feeding up a crowd of greedy favourites As Vogels vultures men who were necessary to him for the further Ance of his own ends. Are there any institution for the Public Benefit in the Tram Vaal such As schools universities indu trial institution Public works roads of railways to justify the vast expenditure of Money no if you want to know continues or. Botha where the Money hat gone search the pockets of Paul Kruger co. His salary of �8,000 he hoarded year after year. Fee lived not like a presi Dent of a country but like any Dopper far. Mer never spending a single sixpence on charities or any other matter of Public Benefit then he actually had the effrontery to make an application to Thi Volks Raad for an allowance of �300 a Yeai As entertainment Money of which he. Asir pocketed the larger portion As the Only entertaining he Ever did was to give cup or morning Coffee a pipe of. Tobacco. A Crocodile tears Jie axness . Swindling. The Matron of the dynamite explosion Hospital talks to this Day of Oom Paul s Crocodile tears when he visited the wretched sufferers mostly dutch he talked of his Rome poor burghers Large tears rolling Down his Cheeks but never gave a. Single sixpence to help them. He did in Fate donate i 10, which he never paid. I Tingle with indignation to hear that the cruel path roof All the Avo Keahle misery Rich Muir. And Safe is. On. His Way to Europe going. To be received by Tho

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