Adelaide South Australian Register in Adelaide, South-Australia
21 Jan 1901

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Adelaide South Australian Register in Adelaide, South-Australia
21 Jan 1901

Read an issue on 21 Jan 1901 in Adelaide, South-Australia and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Adelaide South Australian Register.

Browse Adelaide South Australian Register

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 21 Jan 1901 Adelaide South Australian Register in Adelaide, South-Australia. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Get started for free with a 7 day trial.

Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - January 21, 1901, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia insurance n0tice8 i tie National met Ollife association of Australasia old. Untested fitxds-�3,o9�,87. Local Board. John cordon. Esq. 1l c. E. Muecke Esq. J.i-. Lusty Scott. Esq., . Joil Darl dec jus., sep. The association s new Pouch introduces a method of Pating i succession duties and leaving estates intact. Panicola will be tent on application to the Starr. Or any of the association Apanu. Joyce Victoria Square West i limb a. Lac Ford. Resident Secretary. Machinery colonial ironworks . Down. & co. Llfait2d, mining and engineers. Folti Debs . And Smiths. Makers of Enona High and Low pressure steam boilers Samp batteries. Pumpins and winding machinery. Brewery Hants incl noting Copper work. Sole agents for Bobey co. Lid., r-in.1, Lincoln. In and. Doiley Street Adelaide. My Rcv ts1 emment medical men let until the popular remedy cute a Hoehn snarl Cor or corns and Warta. Has cored Asa Beok and Atway a few Toel Price. Is. So. Cd Loistl Aad Stan top Croc pop cd of Lar of Herft sad j. Who Ormist kit town. Yachting. Royals i. Yacht sol Arox. A yacht race for boats if the Rojas . Ycint Qin Timo a sailed in the l Ort Kivitoo saturday after tout oter a. Count from tha � Tah he i and to uhf set. 0 Beacon a Mil the North it Der Usu inc buoy round to. J by acc again and bask to starting Point. Though the writer during the morning promised none Tup ii just Bervee Sunio time a Nice Breeze hiring up hum Between wet and South Wen and. It bid on Cpin Didler undo a few � before Ibe Uati ins bunt reached borne. Then to Mim j for abuse a tem it died away gradually to a Dock Calm and utterly ruined the Chance of Ibe Buiu which up to that Point appeared Ini Kurung Baj Eulogy a Goud a i info the in j Trie with their had Jean. Were or. C. H. A Gas s Valeria sailed by or. Woolnough watch commuter Fisher Crrrie. Sailed by owner. W mis. Vice combo Date Sanderson s Matangi Saiki by owner and or. A. C. Or Mir our sailed Fay owner 15 min. Each or. J. Williams Tern sifted by owner 13 min. Or. J. M. Brown s mag Gie sailed by owner 2s min. Or. Lacore Pixie sailed by owner and or. T. Macfar Une s Uigh Lander sailed or Uear come wire Craib Banc 30 min. Each. Or. W. Pm sum. Who of cited a Suiter and Jade got the Fleet away Well together a i3u pm. And Pill every stitch of cannas set the Beau prepared to take Ever advantage of what proved throng bout the whole coarse to be a Soldier s or leading wind. To a certain Ettea. This was do appointing. But it served to thoroughly ten the relative Merit of the competitors in the Point of sailing. Valeria soon Oai stripped All Turners Jcj at the Ocean steamers wharf a i drawn away with Geisha Highlander and Pine Bun card together and tired. Tern. Maggie and might burping up the rear at intervals. Maggie st a lot of Way through her Jib and Gasto sails not nine properly and though at a later period of the race these Drew farther ground was lost while taking in the Gaff Topsail and. Then a Lew minutes later resetting it. At the Beacon toe takes were Valeria 3a. . Leif a. 3h. Atm. Tit. Bare re 3b. So. Maggie so. Jim. So. Hish Hader. 3b. 36m. 53s. Pude a. 5m. Maranci. 3h. So. Inv Tern. So. Pm. 15. The next up was responsible for a slight trance in the petition. Mating coming up into filth place behind Maggie. A will be seen bar a reference to the times Goren below Valeria Lead to the North powder buoy was reduced while the distances Between the fourth and eighth boats were narrowed Down to lest than i minutes. The buoy was rounded the first time Tonsi Valeria so. Pm. Sos. Ceuta. 3b. Sin. Ass. Beverie 3h. 3em. Jan pfc. My. 40. Maiani. So. . Is. Highlander 3h. A 5f- fade so. 42m. 3k. Tern. 3h. Lim. 30s. In a growing round this Static Pixie fouled Tern but no damage resulted the Only effect being to cause the latter to lose . The Lacno was negotiated the second time by Valeria at so. On., and at this Point she was Lesdin Geiba by 10 min. 15 Sec. And reverie by k my. 33 sad though the com Moore s boat with her Haeo Cap of 10 min. Added was then out of the running or. Angst flyer had still 4 min. 45 Sre to nuke up on the on enter and had the wind held she most a or idly have been beaten. As it was Geisha was a tit beaten at tic Uttah by 30 see. The Onish was do Horti As follow Ujma. 4h. Jim. A Cion 4h. My. 5. Baigrie. 4h. Pm. 4ss. A Tanto. In. Sam. So. Re Erir. In. I m. Turn. 4h. Sam. 44. Ilk ladder. In. So. Is. Pixie so. 3m. 40. De duct Iii handicaps the result was h. Al s. Valeria 4 30 35 � Ceaba. ? 4 21 5 3. Maarie. 4 23 4s 4. Uig Falander k � 5. Pixie 4 3s f h. Mat och _ _ 4 37 s t. Tern 4 40 44 ?. Reverie 4 4s 0 the race was followed by the launch Bece in Board of which were a but number of Ladin to whom afternoon Tea was Jerrod by the com Mittee. Pert Adelaide Sullins c1nb.-tne final ran Tor 5x.au w feet and ukr was sailed on saturday Afu Moun. The wind was very tight from the Westward. The Vero Ira and Malia Qia started and Flint Frfd at mixer Veronica Anthi. Actual time. In. Gnu. Concocted time 4h. Lisa. Is Lou pm. 46.in. A fun. 90s 4h. 14m. 5s. Veronica won by 3 min. 5 the. Next saturday afternoon the race for the Queen of the River shield will Bera ailed. R0w15g. Torren3 Amateur regatta. By the regatta was held on the Torrens River on Eato Niay Aften Wun of adar the patronage of the saute actual Ian rowing Asci Alioa. There was a fair attendance of a Petaton. But the int nue Deai a upon sure Lur toe absence of Many . The River vat not in the Best us Dion or the corporation on the previous Niht took three inches of Wiur but of it and cow in Nutly the weeds were Mere Ila usually Troubie Ime. From the roaring Point of View it was a pity that this was door. The Racia or amateurs was Good a3 l even and my of the eve no proved exciting. The Contra round which Mart interest Cut Raj a the Welt Acnik fur a cup generously Prue nud by or. J. M. Todt. The Unte Tanu trere g. Steel and j. J. Kalhor who had been Weil coached Lor the me. Ruth pm away to i. Good Start and at Morbeu Street Bridge fancy was a Clear length to the Rood. In from of the Adelaide Abed steel encouraged by Bis club Nuich. Nit on a splendid spurt and at the nor Wood aed Drew Jeveli with toe Light Wisht. A we Adelaide a Nisi Fabey was leading by half a Jepth. But Al in cd tron Ger and a Good Touli ensued i Ity Winnie by about four feet. The competitors a Vived in oration on re Tamim their Sheds. Stevi admitted Havins been Birly beaten and in a spurn manlike manner congratulated Fabey non his Secru. The distance a mile and a i Juaner. A covered in the Good time it 5 min. H set. Tic lower North Ade Laide athletic club furs was another Good race. And Tju run off in six heat. The final resulted in a win by three in Stu fur the team stroked by v. Sainsbury. The Torrens Skiff race tie beat of which were run on Friday evening fell to c. In thru. Who a Nuciol about a length ahead of Bowe. The skills used for this Eves Werr built by f. Julley & a. In the Challenge Skiff race a Clow Contact kit it. Stanlcy a Victor Over in Puonti diff by half a Ira Gin. The off cuu were commit Tina j. Walters. D. Dixon w. Thompson t. Currau lower Wlsh a guide athletic sub 1-. Poo4. A m. Nishrin be. H. Wui ram. F. July. Towns in tint club. Regatta officials. Stancir a. A hrs. Al Gallant be. At the Weir. L Pirn f. Victoria Bridge c. Eel leu lout s Point a. Cooly. And chide Brefare Jorie w. Tom pain st. Peter cd c. Kel let Dwall. Look s Point. Results turrets double sculls. Rut Heath. X. Night inhale bowl. Souc i Start. Kollett Cox beat k. In Thomas Bowa. Broader it Orin j. Fabey Cox by two Tret. Second heat in Wuu ams Bow. Ilk a to. T. Kel lilt cat beat of. Pike bowl. D. Pole . And in f. Fabey Cox by one and a half Lens the. Final h Row s team beat Douglas s Tram by one length. Lower North Adelaide athletic club Fth is. First heat a. Brakins bowl. Wright i. 1. Grans 3. In. To intr or. And will Morton of beat u. How. E. Land Iii 2o. In 3. R. Spir � . And a. Fisher Cox n two feet. St Ond he. Stark Bowe. Hoffa. Notus x. W. Skin Bury Toad a. Fibber do to Wall Morton Bow. Gill h. Whin irk 3. W. Notta a . Ind Wui Morton Cox by two a earths. Third cat in Troge s team beat Sparso i team by two Lens the. Fourth heat Saj Babury steam Rowell a or. Fifth Chat Torrey to team beat not tags s team by one length. Final. Jin Ury s team beat Toovey steam by three Imp Tref. Wendt sculls. J. J. Fabey Torras boating sub beat g. Steel Addams rowing curb by three feet. Time 5 min. 12 Sec. Torress seut. The heats were rowed on woiday owning when c. Onugha beat d. Poole by three Lens the and in Bowe beat in Williams by half a length. Final. C a Alfau beat u. Rowe by one length. A Hallence Skiff. S. Stan let beat h. Dannie if by Kau a length. Furesh Kaer Weher we it Tea she s Aurist. Does t carry much Fie pc Thornh dealer of but she will when Yoa mount her punch. Amusements. Theatre Royal. Outlaw Kelly another Chance of Progn time Mui a netted at the theatre Toyal on saturday Agat when the Henry dramatic company aug Wensl in Law want Booth a of nor it new to. Armaou a urea uni Law Ojest. Ii u founded on the starting inc Idesta connected with the notorious band of Boshyan Gitig desperadoes who it Law and order at de Fiance in the North Eastern District of Vic Toria from november 15, 1s78, to october 10. La. The night was vey hot but there a a remarkably Good House. The Nailer would not take another Man and the \ company should congratulate themselves that such Burmm idiots them daring the prevalence of a beat wave. The performance waa not the Success to at the pre Vious a Forte of the company had been. The piece depends much upon tie effect produced by exploding Gunpowder but the Mana Ger had apparently secured a bad lot of ammunition because the pistols i cd fire with exude Nimg persistency. The Kelly oath u said to Hare been that of tiring their revolvers into the air but when Only one Click of the triggers u heard the oath be comes As tame As the chinese method of blowing of a match. Red Kelly was in an awkward position when his pistol to Munler a Man. However a Friendly bomb at the Back of the stage sup plied the desired effect at the critical moment. Tic Ilice Are largely in evidence in the melodrama but the character of troopers Mulligan and Flannigan Are no thing but a libel on the Force. The Eter Nal stage policeman burlesque badly needs i Reft. Or. Booth works it to death in outlaw Kelly apart from these Short coming there Are Good Point about the melodrama. It is splendidly mounted and the most striking scene is that which show the Blacksmith s forge in the foreground. The whole depth of the stage is cd to it rat a Typl Al australian Bush scene and the audience became when halt a dozen Fine hones were Ridden on to the boards. The burning of the Glen Rowan hotel in which the gang had taken Refuge wan realistic in the highest possible degree. Ned Kelly the Kiler of the gang was played by or. J. R. Goodau whose Effort to is one of the Ben he has shown Dur ing the season. He Rose Superior to the bad ammunition. Or. L. Robson was the heartless Dan Kelly. He was fortunate in having a revolver More tractable than the others and when his own turn came to die he passed away effectively. Or. C. Meade took the part of Steve Hart and the fourth member of the gang was an Adelaide gentleman of undoubted ability in some directions but on this occasion he found it As difficult to deliver his lines As to discharge his Potol messes. In Hen a and a. were the burlesque police men. The latest acquisition to the com Pany or. T. Ward Lyon. Unfortunately met with an Early death but before Dan Kelly shot him he had made a distinct in or Beon. Mies Buie Howarde proved her versatility As Kate Kelly and mis3 Dora a Grey caused a lot of laughter As the on wanted German Cook. A Clever performance was that of min Adele Ashton who donned the raft of Daft Dick. The lady played intelligently the part of a half wit. Others who appeared in the ions caste . Steele or. W. J. Coulter As father Gib Ney or. Moss As Aaron Sherrit and or. F. Kniffe As Fitzpatrick the police Liber Tine. The Royal bios Ope company. ? 1-ae Ope. Company appeared in the port town Hall on saturday even ing and the exhibition of Art was witnessed by a Good audience Llie whole of mended War pictures of the Softli african Campaign snapshots of the Engli him matches Tad numerous other photographs which elicited Hearty applause Groin the spectators. The War photos traced the pro grew of lie British troops from the time of the embarkation at Southampton to the entry of die soldiers into Pretoria. There were pictures of troops coming into action transports nes Tesin the Dongas armoured trains and other incidents dealing with operations on the Veldt. The chief feature h of the Campaign were finely delineated. Dunn the evening a variety programme was Canad out by miss Nellie Mountcastle whose dancing performances were most entertaining and or. Jeff Ormonde who was highly successful in his comic numbers. 1/0 0 id Watrt Good Bea in dolls Pon Mill find Warner s Safe cure Rcpt Latch the oct. Tiv0u theatre. The Tivoli theatre was crowded on sat urday night. The principal feature of one of the Bat prowl lines which have a on presented at this Hall was the re Odear Inee of rope and Stylc. During their pre Vious extended stay in Adelaide the a Mist won their Way to the hearts of Tivoli patrons and three who witnessed the demonstration prior to their departure for Tel bourse were not surprised at the cd Thusia tic Welcome extended to them on saturday night. For several seconds the audience cheered and it was not their fault that they did not ? bring Down the House in the True meaning of the term. In their individual contributions they were encoded again and again despite protests that the had a Long and trying journey on the pre virus night and their sketch late in the evening was Doc of the Best they have Given and met with due appreciation. Another artist new to the Tivoli stage Al Lough not to Adelaide is miss Susie b. Anderson who was last Here with one of the minstrel companies. Her Beautiful voice which has gained for her the title of the Black Melba was heard in a pretty bal and and As an encore she Sang Maggie the cows Are a the Clover miss May Lewis who made her reappearance Sang so Well that the Flowers handed Over the lights by appreciative admirers were so Many that or. Savles was prompted to re move his coat before assaying the tack of conveying them to their owner. Or. James Mooney and miss Ida Holbein met with deserved Success and their Clever Maricl items Are quite a treat. Or. Wallace King and or. Artaur Crane Sang Well both in their Solo and concerted numbers and. Applause was liberally bestowed on the efforts of miss Jam Gray Pearl love. And Daisy Chard. For. George Dalbert gave four really Good descriptive songs which met with Hearty approval. The performance of Johnson Tiano and Bentley in the Monkey and he Farmer i As popular As when it was first Given and each of the other artists won Well merited favour. Cremorie Garden s. On saturday evening fun on the Bris Tol was repeated before an appreciative audience. To Niht an entire change of pro gramme is a romped. Under the go pipe will be produced. Marine excite Stiv a Marine excursion in connection with the semaphore boys club was held on saturday afternoon in the tug euro. A lire number of Lafr a try Adelaide in the vessel at 3 o clock and after looking a Call at the semaphore jct to a Coupe was shaped for Glene g. After the extreme heat experienced in Fri Chr the comparatively Cool atmosphere in the Gulf was fully appreciated and the trip a Yotch one of the most niches Seal the club has held Thi season. The port band Dis Cour de music and refreshments were obtainable on Board. Two further trips Are announced one on february 2 and the other a fortnight later. Herr Adolf Rey. Of Bisch Eini near Stras Burg. Has invented a Canvas portable boat which ferried sixteen Goldiere Ami for to six horses on each trip across the Rhine near Asburt. The boats which Are in tended for military purposes Are put toss ther and dismantled in a few minutes. Pimples prevented by then a Tiffin soap As Well As Potest and sweetest for toilet Bath and Maery. It strikes at the Eow of bad complexions red rough ftmi4ft falling hair and baby blemishes tiz., the legged irritated inflamed Orer worked or sluggish Poms. Laakso. Flea drafts l. It Tor. Pads. In i Central Board of health. A Wei Ina of the Central Board of health was held at the oozes Victoria Square on Wedo Odar. Juju any 18. Present or. W. Ramsay r�luirni9fi\ in v a Hill. A Cess. Henrj Tkv menu William Haines and c. O. Err am in we rotary or. C. Ii. Ayliffe. The local boards for Adelaide. Brighton. Mit Rham. And tatar South submitted for the Central Board approval the appointment of John Mal Colm Morrw. As inspector of Daines Ila Dairy cattle the Secretary was directed to say that the title under the health act was i in Hector of Caule and that the Board Wood be Para sri to App we or. Morris s it submitted in proper form. In reply to communications from the local bulls or mount Lorvan Macclesfield and Gairoe res dec Tivel lit Secretary was directed to say that in the Circum stances disclosed the Board would approve the appointment of suitable Layman Caber than set Aries of local boards As officers of Rauh. The to the local Board tar a ppr naked trip wrote Static that the Central Board had sanctioned the appointment of laymen As Oehlers of Beaith in districts were duly to Attesi a medical were residing or in atm result dlr contrary to the provisions of the health act and asked that the duties of officer of health be allowed to be discharged by the local Board s sanitary inspector. The st retard was directed to reply that the appointment of Lay men bad been approved Only when it bad been Irand impracticable to obtain the services of a qualified medical practitioner either by reason of Oce save Remus motion betas demanded or be came no quart fled Genoa was available. Take a Board to be it Quested to state what Steps it bad taken to secure the services of a Qia Lifite medical practitioner. The chief rotary returned correspondence certain in the opinion of the Crown solicitor that appointment and dismissal of an officer of Beaith dates Tram the Date of approval by be Central Board local Board Lor higher Osage to be in formed. The chief Secretary returned correspondent with the opinion of the Crown solicitor a kick in favour of the View that an . Medical practitioner being in attendance on a Cate of infectious or contagious disease within the t meaning of the health act should report to the j Lecal Board. Voted. The Secretary to the local Board for Brighton ? wrote stating that it was the desire of the local Hoard to meet the wishes of the Central Board in the matter of the construction of dairies and cow died and asked to be informed when a Dairy i might be seen which complied with the health regulation that it might be taken As an sex arct be. The Secretary to reply that any Dairy of cowshed the Load Board was in doubt about Kozio of inspected on application of an racer n this Beard and Soch advice and directions at Light be deemed necessary would be Given Recard eur construction or sanitary condition. A a std it of l per Mitcham wrote comp Benins to insanitary conditions which be amid existed Rattre was no local Board of health nor inspector to sanitary matters required the attention of the ? ? Antral Board. It was deep did to inform tic Riter that the health act constituted each Dis list Council a local Board of Beaith and that or. Or. F. A. Spiller was the sanitary inspector for Uii Cham. The correspondent to be recommended � state his grievances in writing to the local Ward and if be failed to obtain redress to apply. Thu Board. The Mere tank to the local Beard of Glenelg note that notices bad been served on the persons Iroil in the report of the chief inspector of attle to have their premises thoroughly drs Imd or. Vaus bad sold Bis cows and permission was Tarot std to discontinue proceedings against him. ? lick unit acceded to provided that if the premise \ tre will to la Usei a a Dairy they must be Pat i i proper order. I a resident o Alberton wrote complaining of Cusaac from a Drain in front of his shop on the a Ort Road. The stench was unbearable. Be bad to complained to the port local Board but the trouble continued. To be asked if the complaint. W the local Board was in writing if so copy to i forwarded if not complaint in writing to be Nade. A resident of Lawfer sooth wrote with reference la a charge of 5d. Per Ionn Jot levied by the local Board for emptying Bis closet pan. His land of Turee quark is of an acre and be buried the pan toil ? to 3 it. Deep did that meet require ments the Secretary was directed in reply to Call attention to Section 78 of the health act. The Secretary to the East Torrens county Board forwarded a copy of a report by the officer of health. Or. A. �. Shepherd on tie Public schools. I tinted within the area under the county Board s jurisdiction and mated that one copy had been it to each local Beard within the said area and one Cour to the minister of education. The report dowed the necessity for Coos Frame sanitary in Prev Esanu at several of the schools. Received. In reply to a communication from the Central Hoard the Secretary to the local Board for port Adelaide wrote stations that the local Board bad not Given permission for the erection of a Petro end Imit of within the municipality and the local Board was not aware of the erection of such a factory. The local Board bad approved mess. D. T j. Fowler s establishment for receiving and temporarily storing bulk kerosene. That est abuse Matt was situate on the opposite Side of the River to the government produce depot and the local Board failed to see that it interfered in any Way with the depot. To be forwarded to the chief Secretary. The Board approved the appointment of or. W. J. Temsley As an inspector of cattle under the local Board for the City of Adelaide. The chief inspector of cattle submitted a report of a Microscopical and bacteriological Examina Tion be had made of a parcel of slimes from a butter factory milk separator submitted by the Dairy expert. Or. C. S. Thomson. The report a ruined full details of the results of the examination and of the inoculation of Tome Guinea pigs tits incubated samples of the slime. Aad the postmortem examination made after the animals had Ern killed with chloroform. The remit was that riot i Trace of tuberculosis could be found. Received. Too chief inspector of cattle also reported that i bad examined a portion of a cow s Bead that Lia-1 been boiled submitted by the Dairy expert awl that he had found the specimen to be at acted with Antinomy Eoris. Received. The chief inspector reported with reference to a verbal complaint made by or. Fairs of nuisance from a night soil depot at Myrtle Holme Crand Junction Road that he had Raminto the depot and a Vul had no cause for complaint. He re ported also that or. Fairs and us wife occupied j dilapidated galvanized Iron novel and that they kept eight cows that Miodow shed and other outhouses were constructed of battened out Kero Ine tins and bagging. Or. Fairs to be informed that there were no grounds for Bis complaint. Tote attention of the local Board for Tatala South to be called to the state of or. Fairs a premises. The Secretary reported that 58 focal boards who had been directed to appoint an Roeer of Bealton Arthin two months from october 17 last had failed to do so. The opinion of the Crown solicitor to be i attained recanting Ibe nature of the action now of be taken to compel the local boards to comply with this Board s direction. The health officer at port pirate or. Stewart reported a breach of the quarantine Law by the master of the ship Linnea. To be forwarded to the chief Secretary with a recommendation that the matter be prosecuted. The chief Secretary reported correspondence bowing that the italian government had removed quarantine restrictions imposed on South Australia owing to plague. A bulletin of plague in Queensland showed no Freob canes during the week ended january & five Cam were still under treatment. The infections disease returns showed 4 cases of typhoid at Milcent. S at part Adelaide t at Ade Laide Ridl Eyun Woodville and fins Bury Park and 1 at each of the of Lowiec places Parkside Lunatic Asylum. Bund Aleer. Xor Wood Brompton Croydon Moonta. Glanville blocks Cran Gevik. And Rich mond blocks 2 cases of diphtheria at Hackney. And 1 at port Adelaide and med indie 1 Case of Pul monary tuberculosis at each of the following places Adelaide Brompton. And Waun tet 1 Case of scar Latina at Adelaide. The infectious disease mortuary returns showed 1 death from diphtheria at Hundred of Cotton 1 from typhoid at each of the following places port Pine. Wallaroo mines and bund Aleer i from whooping cough at Portland and 1 at Fonarton. Accountancy As a profession. To the editor. Sir or. J. La Andrews is evidently not posted in respect of the Adelaide Institute of accountant. This was formed in 1886, Nufi a fur a t am h1 in Imron Adit ads Laide men were allowed to join As foundation members. I was in business in port Adelaide but was refused admission As a foundation member though i applied for admission As soon Afi i knew that a society a to be formed. I do not blow that j lost anything by not being admitted and have not worried Over the matter nor do. Intend doing anything until some Steps Are taken to legalize the Institute. Then i of course will do my Best to be put legally on the same footing As members of the Institute and i have no doubt that i shall sue 1 need in common with others who Are in the same position As i am. Of course the ostensible reason for Trade onions such As the Institute of accountant and the Law yers Union is the Public Good which b simply Humbug these unions Wen founded and an kept no wholly and solely in the interests of the protected unionists. Work ing men s onions Are More honest for they boldly avow that the unions an formed in the interests of the unionists and 1, As an individualist am glad to see labourers of and description and i regard accountants As labourers forming unions for their Owa Benefit but let them be honest Aad Tell the truth Abou. The matter. I am . A a. T. Launders. Musical notes firm Steust the last Jingbin Man Brount be news that Edward in Etc the famous norwegian composer bad been seriously i at of then Litia at an internal malady that was giving Coa Deabie anxiety to Bis mend it appears that Grieg has suffered for some years from a weak Cucut Wincn has caused my to Winter m a warmer Dimate Titan Bis native Norway. ?. Hie Well known music up blushing House of Peters be debated the a Nedreth year of in existence on december 1 last. Urns Arm ranks with that of Novello it co of Lon Don in being among the nest to Issue Clabau Cai mane at popular prices. It is announced that snor Leoncavallo \ the composer of i Pagnaco is Busy tin Ishiang his new open to tend of Ifer Lui a bin. Was written at the suggestion of the j Imper or of Germany and is to of produced at a Tenn during the Winter season of jul 1 1003. In edition to this Ingnor Leoncavallo has several new opens in nand. J it Baa tre queasy been suggested in the Kadjas a tical papers that extra rehear Sals should be held in connection with the great Usu a musical Lesu Vaw especially no such Lamia car works As the Dijan Messiah and creation but the com Eric Cej Bare invariably objected on the aeon of the additional expense involved. However at the recent farming turn Anu Hereford musical festivals the Experiment was tried and the result has been most Gra titans it is announced Wai As the a tajik of tins bolder policy the receipts at air my ghats were increased by Luck and at Hereford by 5600. Lie Iti Mingham i com Mittee have been Able to band upwards of 16,000 ont of me profits of the Les Uval to the general Hospital. A grand concert in memory of the late Arthur Sullivan was Given in the cry Stal Palace on item Ethober i when the pro gramme consisted of selections from com positions of the deceased musician. Among the Pri naps soloists was miss Bertna too sow who appeared in Adelaide some years ago. He performance was under toe direction of Meta gust Manns and both the Crystal lace choir and orchestra assisted. A memorial concert to Arthur was also rec entry Given in Copenhagen by the Anglo lash sub and several prominent local artists. How widespread is a popularity of Sullivan s come operas says a London paper May perhaps partly be judged from the fact Atiat a performance of or onion is now being organized by the police among the Erows of begin in ass Minoia. Rfcs tows is 367 Miles North West of Winnipeg and is the capital of the North West Terri tory of Canada. It has a population of 1,500,. Bat nevertheless coasts a Musi Cal society and also Snail orchestra the latter organized by the North Wen mounted police and by these two bodies Pinafore is being got of. A Leipzig has patented a contrives of for w a wow whereby it is rendered possible to Divide the wind in such Wise that die of part is enabled to dominate and to be treated with expression while die accompanying Bass and Middle parts an kept subordinate thereto and in affected by expression a material improvement from the musical Point of View. A Well known italian Organ builder has restored the Organ in the Church of Roncole Buss to where Verdi was born As an act of homage to tie Veteran composer. The Leai is announced in his sixty second year of the Kev. Samuel John Stone the author of the Well known hymns the Church s one foundation and weary of Earth and Laden Widi my an. The new Organ which or. J. E. Dodd is a build for st. John s Church City will Lontain 18 speaking tops eight on each of he two manuals and two on the pedal. The gnat scheme embraces for registers 4 eight feet and a clarinet so a number if choir effects will be available. In the Well there an two Reeds an oboe and Cor Lope an and a Bourdon 10 it. The pedal ii Gan consists of a Bourdon 16 it and open Diapason 16 it. The customary three Iota Peers Are to be provided each manual Rili have Dine composition pedals and the email or accessories consist of a balanced Well pedal and swell tremulant. Then Rill be two illuminated pipe fronts. Mlle. Antoinette Trebella s manager an ounces that her australian tour will com Nence at Sydney about april 23. After six a seven concerts in that City die talented Tong stress will open in Melbourne and afterwards Adelaide is to be visited. At the Ime of writing mlle trend i was at new Fork having just returned from Nova 3co a when she has appeared Irith great Success. Her future movements include a certs in the United stats Montreal Quebec and California. During this visit fld Lle. Tube i will be accompanied by an bin Erica Solo pianist of great reputation there can be Little doubt Bat that Adelaide music lovers will extend a cordial Welcome to tie gifted diva. It is announced that or. George mus Grove has engaged die celebrated Brothers de Reszke to appear in grand opera in Australia this year. An Adelaide girl wrote from London under Date december 21 the concert season is now Over in England and Diere will be an interim of a week or two be Ore any of the musicians of Fame appear. The last of die Ballad concerts and Satur Day pops were held last week both performances Beins Well attended. At the former Hiss Ada Crossley and miss Evan Geline Florence Sang whoe at the entertainment Al st James s had lady Halle Matte her last appearance for tins year. The attraction of die afternoon was beet even s septet led in a masterly manner by lady Halle and Tine performance evoked round of applause the Novelty at the Bankd concert was or. Charles Willeby setting of w. E. Henley s poem a Gar Den song which was Beautiful Lusung by miss Ada Crossley and As or. Willeby is himself an a Strahn the Hern wus particularly interesting. Miss Evangeline Flo rence Cave such a so Ful rendering of Loben die gentle tank that an encore was insisted on. And she replied with orb Etc s Tibu Herclieb which was such a Favourite in Australia. Every seat for the first Cycle of Der King Des Nib Lungen at Bayreuth next year has been sold although die perform ances arc not held until july 25, but then arc Stul few Kern Arning for die second Cycle in August the Tariff b �4 a sent for the four performances and in addition to this there is the Cost of getting there and of hotels making the whole radar expensive. Originally the audiences Wen composed almost entirely of germans by now the visitors include a Large number of British and americans. It is 50 years since Lohengrin was produced at Weimar for the first time under the conductor ship of Liszt and the open has just been performed at the Weimar opera House in commemoration. It lasted five hours being produced without cuts. M. Jean de Reszke has sailed for new York and mlle. Bonval is travelling to die states by die same vessel. M. Paderewski is about to Start on a tour through Germany Spain and Scandinavia. His Long expected open Mann win be produced to Dresden in die Spring. ? m. Massenet has written a new suite consisting of an overture composed by him in 1s74, to which enter acts have now been added. Tefft Liza trf4imnn has com posed a new Cycle entitled Daisy Chain the first Public performance wed be at die Waldorf Anton. New York on january 3. On january 11 die Hundredth anniversary of the death of Charosa will be celebrated in Vienna by a performance of his opera is Timonio Segreto 5 Paris ?xwwi1pn,1900. A British awards. A ? 1 Al the Only \ grand prix Ifor. ? ill toilet soap f he Watert award Drain Mefter a has been awarded to messes. A pers and is allotted a in great Britain for toilet soap d Newte Orfi Zinb Quaranti a Trez Iitto a partake to take them Baek Aad Bear us exp Tite of a anime. Wintry order ree la Elal attn ton. 0w/ new illustrated Catilo be in. _ Malcolm Reid sol 0 Kim Iii m ice Elia iceche8ti Frise a _ a i Els i wfft7y� Vissis Jii is Sylv 1 a Sec. Ezcsm9csacsssk is Ord a 3 4. Nhwr�3 a of Ruffi Loi in both m so ibo1ultcut foot thu a ill. Ujjin at itrel we a a j ? ? Bujari 30/6 Cedar �4 10 Upham tired in apr Start and Plush. Two Roosley Puniska �10 15/-. T5&2s Hoo a Fum Sidd �14 15/ ? ? ? a uncut i i 1 the Fairous remedy lie arme s Dro Richitis for Goat 1 wt-%5 so Jas i lilt Jar �2d2?3 j2 Abne. Pm met g1o�?. Victoria. Smitn Stet h 6d.larw, to. So. Sold or Chemma and Mcdame to rfcs. Plan Msj by met to m cum Arim a ht4nm. . the wheat Harvest Ouk annual returns. Following our usual custom we Bare sent to a Large number of and ther gentlemen in die agric Turai districts the of Long. Asking their assistance in the computation of our annual Esti Cate of the wheat Han est yield by answering the Fol lowing question l what is die extent of die country Yon report upon l lease give name of county and Hundred or hundreds and state what area is included in your report. 2. What is your estimate of the area of land reaped for wheat in the country you report upon please state estimate in acres. 3. What area sown for wheat bos been left a reaped or not Cut for Hay owing to poor Ness of crop 4. What is the general estimate of the pm Sipa vim of rhe Ner acre for die area reaped in the country you report Supra 5. What extent of land sown for wheat Bas been Cut for by. Oat is the total area including wheat Oats and other crops Cut for Hay this season 7. What is die average yield of Bay per Ere 8. Were the wheat crops materially injured w hat has been the cause and what is the extent of injury 9. What is the variety of wheat cultivated and most favoured in Yoor District North. 1. Council District of Munno fan Sast containing an area of 40 Square Miles. 2. Owing probably to the Gnu a Success of a Ai-\fi.2 Nna to no Nurr of Nav remain. Tag at a Low Ngure a larger proper ecu Man i usual he been reaped for Wynea about 1,420 acres. S. There has been no absolute failure although the returns in some Tew instances unman ured would barely cover expenses. 4. Some crops Hove been exceptionally Good considerably Over 20 bushels and though die Harvest weather has been on die Whoie favourable Tarcali appears to Lave been in evidence though not seriously throughout the District and die average estimate May be stated at 101 bushels per acre. 5. The area sown for wheat and. For Hay is inconsiderable. Small areas rum which a succession of crops bad been taken fallow neglected and no manure used did Noc present a Sample Good enough for die stripper but too rifling to take into account of. Little Els besides wheat has been sown but patches like those referred to 5 were torn with wheat and yielded wild Oats. The total area Cut for Hay Ihu season is about 1,790 acres. 7. The average yield per acre May be stated at 1j tons. 8. Lake All As already stated did some injury but not to the same extent where there had been two successive Fallows. Sain too to wards die end of die season did consider Able damage to heavy crops and Little rust has been mentioned. Altogether he extent of injury May be estimated at 10 per cent. 9. Several varieties Hare been used and experimented with. Those which found most favour Nave been King s Early Majes tic and Marshall s to. 3, whilst purple Straw has not lost its popularity As an All round wheat and White tuscan holds its own for Hay. It would be difficult to pronounce in favour of any one per Scalar variety results would vary with varied conditions. 1. Count Frome Hundred conatto about 57,400 acres Hundred Pinda about 35,000 acres Hundred woo Char Par about 39,000 acres Hundred Wool Undanga Par about 13,009 acres. County Newcastle Hundred Moo Ekra part22,000 acres. 2. About 40,000 acres. 3. 1,000 acres. 4. 3 bus Hel. 5. About 4,000 acres. 6. About .4,000 acres 7. About 10 cwt. 8. Is Frost Grasshoppers rabbits absence of late Rains. Extent of injury 9-Rte 50 per cent. 9. Opinions vary with a variety which gives excellent returns one season May prove the worst next year. 1. Part hundreds of Boseant can Dowie tool Saga. Jackamo Rundie and Hart 8 Miles radius from Brinkworth. 2. About same As kit Vear. 3. None. 4. About 12 bushels some gome As nigh As a bushels the lowest 6 bushels and Many 14, 16, and is bushels. 5. None or very Lite. 6. About 2,000 acres. 7. About 20 cwt. 8. Yes excessive heat on some Days just a die wheat was in die dough stage. I should ran 2 to 4 bushels per acre in some e9. Purple Straw scotch wonder a s prolific std Wedel petals prise red Straw. Early Para and others. L from Samoray Creel Baroota to nectar Brook Winni Nowie. 2. About 8,300. 3. About 2,000 acres Giroua drought and rabbits. 4. About 8 bashed. 5. About 600. 6. About 800 no Oats or other crops Cut for Bay Only wheat 7. Ton. 8. Rabbits very bad also hot North winds in september Cut the wheat that some did not retain seed. 9. Anon Gluyas s Blue purple Straw die Best for this District l Coglin Morgan Cavenagh. 2. Cog in 10,000 acres Morgan 15/100 acres Cavenagh 1,000. 3. Coglin 10,000 Morgan 3,000tcnvenagh, 8.000. 4. Conn i Bushel Morgan 2 bushels Cavenagh i Timshel 5. Very Little in Morgan none m Coglin and Cavenagh. 8. Yes dry weather in octo Ber and Grasshoppers injury consists of the difference Between Prospect of a fair Harvest and practically a total Floore. 9. Purple Straw Stemwedel and Early Para l Bremen 2. 3j0o0. 3. None. 4. 9 to 10 bushels. 5. Bat very Little. 6.550. 7. 1 ton. 8. Dry october heavy patches got of cited. 9. Purple Straw. 1. About 40 Square Miles comity Ade Laide Hundred eur Ito part Kond Oparina 2. 30 acres. 3. None. 4. 12 bushels. 5. None. 6. 200 acres. 7. 1� tons. 9. White to cot. Purple Straw. ? 1. County. Ferguson in Nudel pan Wurble and Moo Rowie West of swamps. 2. 3300. 3. None. 4. 10 Nhek. 5 none sown specially for boy. 6. Farmers Only Cut for Dreir own wants Ani it would be difficult to estimate the number of acres. 7. About 25 cwt. 8. Crops suffered from dry september and october Bat held out remarkably Well and produced Good Grain. 9. Generally Stenn real purple Straw and rattling Jack a few other kids Haje been introduced and some of the new cheats turned cot Well. 1. Hundred of Koot Yturbe of Fer Nisson about 70,000 acres. 2 about 6,500 acres. 3. None. 4. About 9 Boaber. 5. Say 50 acres. 6. About 700 acres. 7. A nude Over 1 ton. 8. The Small Rentall in october injured the crops fully 4 bushels per acre on the stiff heavy Hod but not so much on Tite Ikhter soils the fallow land withstood the dry Wea or far die Best 9 purple Straw. Rattle mar Jack Dart Mph Rel st aided. And subhead. 1. It mired of a Aratee. 2.9,000. 4. 8 Buo heis. 5. New big Worth . 6. 2jw0 acres. 7. 15 out 8 yes in some bum badly int winds and want of rein in october since september we have Pratti Cody been win Hunt rain. 9. Purple Straw battling Jack Dart s Imperial mad purple Bluey Stemwedl and a few Osiier Anatie in Small Quot its. The imm ured crops axe die beat As a matter of to ouse very few troja Are now sown Bra dealt Weka Ted worsted Woollen goods adulterated with injurious Effrem our Bradford Lue ears of Cue Buntua pubic have been set Amain by the revelations made at a private meeting of shippers mercuaiu.-, Mux Eturea dyers and finishers held in or Waiora. Anent the Niuelua practice of ii Ting leading Standard grades of wearing fabrics for the direct purpose of Deacy ing the buyer. I vesture to. Think there u her slip Sriry modern form of deception As Prasasn of the wholesale Trade in a Niche is excelled tins latest Tonu of Racku Teraun in West has up to the present been always looted upon As a Trade conspicuous for in j honesty of Manisa Poiure. That adult Etalon Lmh. Mungo shoddy Ana Cotton is hugely tract de in me prod cuon of the cheapest i classes of woollens As made in die heavy wooden District of yorker use is known by Erer Doay but even the Inu Tex pert outside Bradford and certainly an Usu speeding Public Bas had no knowledge whatever of we methods adopted by manufacturers in cheapening their fables Ana sending Teui i Lonn Are tinted with nut Esiau highly injun Nous to health. 1 question very much the j Wisdom of the press rang to this meeting and think Racher More Good would Hare obtained it buyers Baa met privately in counsel and re solved upon some whereby they Caus have ii Eckey this Frau 1 Dulceni Pra Cuce of filling worsted coatings j for As it is this no log pro com has now been proclaimed from the housetops Caiu aut dry Iunice to arise in the maids of con Sumers and this will i think ultimately mean a Donni Aisne consumption for Tois class of fabric As it is worsted coating Are not worn in anything like the Quantity they were such i aunts a Vicuna Serge Ana tweeds beg largely worn for every Day Wear White snip dents abroad have Aio Mien Oil in Preter Euce Lor uie truce Al ready named. It is this fact int kids me to say that Mamsa Chursr can Only expect to receive dry fishing support for to. Seed j coatings Sneag that already a considerable number Nave become alarmed at the state of a tiers. Inch As thi6 is to be be pred yet 1 speak from much experience i and say it is Only in the very lowest classes of worsted coatings that die practice is indulged in ? it being Only in fabrics ranging up to about 3s. Per Yard 54 in. Wide that this no log is Practised. The reason for this will be seen As we go along to noun even in the lowest classes of goods this weighting with the sole object of palming of u pure Wool a fabric of which is simply sulphates or Chloride of Zinc Lead and other heavy material is a practice not Only wrong but Ako to be condemned from a physical stand Point. About 1899 or 1890, in die Pahany Days of the Wilson Tariff very heavy ship ments of worsted coatings were made to America and Resby speaking die foundation was Laid for this practice. It will be remembered that when die disastrous Mcgunley Tariff was repealed and a lighter measure of taxation came into Force Ameri can buyers who had been holding off Pur chasing for nearly a year found Bradford War phrases very full of such goods As Wor sted coatings and manufacturers in Mieir eagerness to secure orders offered prices which were ridiculously Low. In fact after die first year s Bournes had been done american shippers still having contracts to give ont offered such prices As to make it impossible for any Man to produce worsted coatings in a pure state at the Price named. It trill be highly instructive if at Dies juncture i give some criterion of die prices it were ruling in Tii Ose Days for what Are commonly called american Clay Wor Steps and the following figures Are worthy of consideration prices in january 1s97. Weight with. Per Yard. Price ladies. Of. S. D. 557 ? � 2 7 55 ? 18 m18 so 55 ? m 2 55 w 111 66- ? a 10 53 11 18 55 ? 10 17 any Man Widi any practical knowledge of the Trade knows full Well that at the above figures the production of a pure article u Ilici to an impossibility but owing to Tariff arrangements and Bradford goods having to compete with die american made article shippers pointed out their inability to offer More and if manufacturers could not pro Iuele die article at die Price then there was nodding else for it but for die orders to lapse. It should be pointed out Here that prorated. Coating unlike any other class of foods is always sold at so much per Rard according to its weight die Price being reckoned at so much per ounce which is usually for a Good pure article 3d. Per of. That is for a super botany doth made oat of pure Merino Wool so that a doth of the Best Quality weighing 16 of. To the Yard will Cost about 3e. Lod. To 4s. Per Yard. But lower Quality wonted coatings Are made which Cost about 2d. Per As. Per Yard for the genuine article a How. Wonted coating being obtainable at 2s. 8d and it is Here Diat falling has been Exten sively Practised. The production of coat Ings at die Range of prices Given above imply meant that Bradford manufacturers must condition their pieces As much As possible with moisture to bring up the weight of the fabric next it struck some smart person to add to the doth after pressing Mineral salts the ingredients mostly used being sulphates of Alum Lead sine and magnesia. Thus & Dot ii weighing ii of. To die Yard was brought up or sued in the Early stages of th7 discovery to 13 on appreciable gain. Gradually die principle was extended until a 14-os. Cloth Mould be loaded up to 16 ox., and that proportion has now been so increased that die merchants claim and Righy so too that it constitutes a serious menace to die honest trader who is undersold at All Points by his less scrupulous rival. Let us look now at die manner of Dies under telling. Obviously the Man who can weave a worsted coating at 14 or. And weight it to 16 of is gaining considerably. Take die Cost Price of a 16-ox. Coating As being 2s. 8tl per Yard Diey being honestly Woven to that weight a rival fabric is put upon the Market and offered to the same buyer Semlar in appearance and a Yew who if any thing a time better being More solid sound and firm. The genuine article we have said costs 2d. Per ounce per Yard when finished. But 2 of. Of the adulterated fabric is Mere filling which has Cost the manufacturer in water and sulphates no More Dun a half Penny per Yard. Clearly Tiu Refore the second firm is producing its fabrics at 2s. 4j4. Per Yxd-3jd. Per Yard or 124 per cent cheaper Tison die Bonest firm a differ enc we venture to say of making one Man Naff Bonaire and sending. The other to the bankruptcy court it win therefore be seen that it is impossible to sell the honest article against die dishonest and it is Dies fact to to bos caused merchants and ship pers As Well As those responsible for the practice to meet together to see if measures cannot be adopted whereby the practice Snail of abolished. Impurities in Wool false packing strongly . From our Bradford to Send goods to inure in a Nouzak com menu Ute lorm Shounia be ise Ami of every producer no Tuut a nut Une of product n. M Clit birr Mui. Diu Ajust Titov Cue ? ? m nubian mature who men Iwu Ana uie Tejuja urn us try to i the of to i unsuspecting Lauc tac unreal for tue real the Suo Ouy for in ail Wooi does at Buie Tea neat Tutu i spite i tue Warra Niji Tuat in is wrung. A Case in Point Aas Reu Nuy Ueen Raicu and Orrum Bue he Wooi action of fee Liuo Boru Ciufu incr of Commerce. At a be Tai i Uoung i Usu Imp Ionacio Guevar Wuest of uie a i a Mac i Luis Anu Cyrta Zicuis t Awis every uie Aua Grade of sure Poveru to re of Yudus were i i in Boi a a Nicu a Unity Wuo tru ii be Louie Ana Colomal Weis but a i a Chauy die for mar. I i give uie a saw sons in lae order Urey vre parsed re air Mil be to o to inner Lor Iuar Vrue my Aung. In bout Casu Huey were move by be pan Lipaj of uie tax iat Ana Tovac important we i Voase m lira Aird toe Nisi bans As Lozow Ila sit Tom meeting of the Wool treat Section of us i Rallon Leauber of i Commerce Calls Atten Tion to uie injurious practice of tying Neece Uita vegt Tatte Utu or Ono nod owing to toe Riak. Of such a Geupie Bures Cut aug into the Nanula Curca Roaas Nai ergot Roi est and Coon Iai Chambers to bring tue Omster to uie nonce of Wooler twerp and Mercia is and to take any o Are Awuou Nhat indy be considered Jesu role Wita a View to stopping be or acute. Liars mat Ter is one Wien really Speakma woo grow ers cannot Apin Coate inny As can cae manuf corer for they Only know Tae trouble when Nuny Nenien gulag causes by Bong Enugu Ignea Ial a Wool i1it it Down a a Nona last that once let Bana be come entangled a Ca Wool Nares and injury is gains to be eau de Melliere. And the Lor three re Oas in it u a Possi the to pkg out Tae Loose Bros Luda. Nave Eft the ies of the string and become pm leaded with a Wooi second Tae Fibre being vegetable and not Anunali does net be have in he Ilief by a autos tue a ketone Wooi Nore Doe beg a of a different Colour and length and third in n will not Dye Nike Wool out show up in a finished fabric in a very ludicrous Way re fusing to be dyed except in a Way almost the opposite to the rest of the piece Ynese object Donabie in futures Are Suca As ought w cause die Complete abortion of Atung m connect on with Wool once and for All for its use cannot be ii tidied in the least. It is pro ins to know that bots in connection with our Nome and colonial Wool Trade band is not nearly so universally used in tying up shorn the eyes As was the Case ten. Years ago but it is the fact that m certain do 77i. It Iii twin tha a notice is still m Vogue it is Saia a hard and this must be Case m Pant. Still shorn fleeces need and Bouw not be tied at All but Sii ply rolled folded a tucked very much alter the manner of folding a tame doth. Tying fleeces with string of any kind Only Means the con sump on of a tunable time ,.both on tie sheep station and in die Mills tune whte us these Days of express Speed can be utilized to far better advantage. Then there is the question of Cost Between string and Wool to be cons trend. While the utter Sells anywhere from sixpence to a stalling per lb., according to is Quality and Condi Tion the Cost of string May be 3d and dins in buying band for Wool is undoubtedly not just or fair. Taken altogether the use of string in tying up fleeces is a Outdy unnecessary. The Wool Sells bet Ter without it it causes loss of time and Money in handling and owing to its in Jurious nature should be entirely and for Ever discarded. The second Resolution submitted to die meeting had reference to die question of false packing by rolling in the fleeces dirt heavy locks and almost anything to make die Wool weigh. In Dos respect austra Lian sheep men May rightly claim to be exempted but it is very prevalent m South Africa and in England. This second Resolution is really the outcome of a Law Case which has raised die indignation of die whole of die Wool Trade and briefly stated is As follows at the Winchester county court a Short time ago a Wool stapler endeavoured to recover damages ran & Well known local Farmer in consequence of 245 fleeces which had been bought by die defendant containing when of muck lumps a these had purposely been rolled in the flee to shearing tame and were bought it the local auction sales. Tefar Taofo a least disputed but die judge held that the Wook Tapler had at die auction Sale been examination of die Wool and that As he bought it on his own judgment after having Opportunity for such examination he was not enticed to recover damages and so decided in favour of die Farmer. In die Evi Dence it was stated that the Wool had been represented As Dean and that at the sales there was no convenience for Una Hume die fleeces. Thaa subject seems to me to touch both tame and colonial sheep men. The greatest mistake in the world that any woo Krower can make is to think Itiat when Hup is told he has heard the last about it. English Farmers clip and some colonial brands i could name Are to Day suffering on the Market on Dies very ground alone caused i the past by Der Wool being falsely prepared for Market the following is the second Resolution passed that Dos meeting of die Wool Trade condemns in the strongest manner the Pic Tice of some firms leaving Dags or Dodding locks and tailings in fleeces either trashed or Greasy a with the present arrangements at the auctions it is quite impracticable for buyers to make a Tii Orough examination of die Interior of die fleeces is Cooling health giving i of Lotif m Laxx to Tot Nam Forb to 2 Pps it to Cooling invigorating i j Tir anew i h gtd otncwbms.4tmns. ? i 1 insist l-1fep Sci Ftp j 9 a i a Wes life Gatab a Stew i Cricket. ? the electorate matches. Evenga ies. By with die thermometer scoring Well Oer the Century it was not to be expected that tic Cricket on saturday would produce any this or sensational. The Oval Way was quiet and Scelay Ana Good Natsues May cum for when die games Are resumed. Few iwo ple besides the enthusiasts mustered up courage to face the heat but toss who reached tic Oval found it. As Cool a spot As anywhere about the dry. Among the topics discussed in the Pavilion was tto probable weakening of die North Adelaide team for the rest of the season Rones on account of Bis wife s continued ill health a removed to the Seaside and he is doubt Ful whether he will play again while need Man is under medical treatment. The South australian Captain was he 11.?0.1116 inter colonial trip and though he batted so finely on the Day of his return he bad not in any Way recovered. He found it Neces sary to seek medical advice and i Haveit on Good authority that die doctor tool Reedman that he was in need of a thorough rest and must not indulge in violent exer Cie. This Fiat Maudea uie next food a season. The decision will cause widespread regret among rec Mon s numberless admirers throughout Australia who have Fol Lowed his career with the greatest Inte rest to truer sportsman Ever entered the Arena than Jack Reedman and i know. I am echoing die heart Idt wish of a enc eters in expressing the Hope that he will be speedily restored to first Doss health. Special Mere attaches to the meeting of East and Wert Torrens. Both teams Are Well up in uie st. Pauli trophy list but if the westerners lose this match their Chance of annexing the prize will be considerably diminished. As the game now stands there will be plenty of Opportunity for die player to Enow their keenness As West Torrens with 7 wickets in hand want 103 runs More. Given Fine weather they should manage that number Wito Pellew Walkley and the Jar rises yet to get out the total of 154 compiled by Bast Torrens was much leu than anticipated when 50 went up with Only 1 wicket lost. Lyons was out earn o a smart eaten at Point by Iru but von Dout flt a new Man to senior Cricket and Stuart got going the former shaping in an attractive manner later on Junn and Peters made a stand but when Coombe took up the Ball a second time he raided Down 5 wickets in 42 balls or 14 ran. Guam was in capital form and Lis 44 was the Reward for die finest batting of the Dav. Toe Young West Torrens Bow Ler is doing grand work this season and As he gains experience and strength he will improve. Us has the a songs of a Fine Bowler and for the Sake of toe Colony he should be Given an Early anal in big mat Ches. F. Jarvis and Walkley bowed Well and pretty got his 2 wickets in his nest Over. -. Jarvis kept wickets without allowing one extra. When West Torrens batted Day and pretty hit hard but Pel Lew did not seem to setae Down to his usual style. The Light a bad owing to die in lending change in die weather but that could not account fully for the Young bats Man s quiet methods. On tie Neutral ground West Adelaide had a Day out at the expense of the East Adelaide bowlers and every batsman had a hand in raising � total of 230 runs. They were without Keorce Giffen. Whose leg m still troublesome and they batted one Man Short the wicked deeper being unable to get Down. Walter ugh in is in Fine batting Tom just now and except for a straight hard Cut to Clem Hill at Point which die Cham Pion did not hold there was no flaw in his innings of 73. It was a quiet solid Dis Puy with a dash of brightness which added greatly to its attractiveness. Eight time the Ball reached the Boundary. V. Baitey int with his accustomed Vigour and he stroke were cleaner and surer Dian the i ave been for some time. E. Bailey the youngest of the three Brothers opened his senior career auspiciously. He has made a lot of runs in die Adelaide and suburban association and As a member of the team representative of that body cored 141 not out i Melbourne at Christmas time. The Stylo of is modest 16 indicated that be has Good batting Talent. Trover and Short divided the wicked Between them. The hitter is fulfilling the Promise he gave be fore his Accident which prevented him from playing last season and is proving of great assistance to has ride. Although leak Nad no Success in Bowling his catch of Giffra f. Bat was a grand Effort. Two of the Hill quartet had half an hour s batting and in that time wiped of 37 of the runs so that with All wickets in hand Bast Adelaide have to ret 184 runs on saturday next the contest Between Start and port Ade Laide on the Unley Oval was witnessed by a larger number of Spectator than usual and the new Pavilion which is nearing completion was used for the first time. Play began at about 3 o clock Bailey and Chin Ner opening a batting. The former in do course of an excellent innings of 57 secured 6 fours and a mixer the Ball in the latter Case being skied Over some Trees 25 it. High. He How Ever gave several chances dinner was scoring Well while he played his usual care Ful came but was caught in attempting a big nit. F. Hack s innings was a Good one and he was smartly taken Al the wicked by Mckensie. Mckay also batted in his used Correct Turle. Four wicket were Down for 185, but die Tail men went off cheap and the Field was cleared by 6.45 . For 216. Of the bowlers Drew exhibited the finest form and secured 3 wickets Mckibbin. Who Al of disposed of three men sent Twe balls Dean through the wicked but they were unproductive owing to file no Pire Havins on each occasion called no Ball Noel was successful in bringing Down 4 wickets. Messes. T. A. Reeves and r. Beck were the umpires. An amusing episode occurred during die Progress of die mine. The batsmen complained that the Ball in use was not Good enough and wished a new one to be produced. The umpires did not at first think it far enough gone but subsequently inc toned the employment o a new one and Hewer who was one of those who complained most bitterly was caught off die second delivery from the fresh Ball. East Tor Beds v. West Tor Beks. East Torrens. ? first i Ninfi. J. J. A rms c. F. Juris b. Walkley ? 5 8. Von douse. C Ogombe h. Walkley ? x7 p. Stuart w b. Pretty ? x e. A. Peters e. Emu b. Juris ? 15 h. Elk wed b. Pretty ? 0 w. J. Guna b. Ogombe ? 14 p. In be wind b. Too tube ? s e. To dries b. Ogombe ? 4 a. E. In Brans b. Coombe ? 0 c. Hughes b. Coombe ? 12 j. Kenny ally not ont ? ? total ? r. ? in Bowling. Coombe. To. 4m. Or. So. Walkky. 14o. So. Or. To. Jarvis to. To. 47r. Law. Pretty 9o.tm.llr.rir. West Torrens. First in Milfs. H. J. Day c. Stuart b. Hugges ? 13 v. Thamm b. Hughes ? 0 a. Pellew not out ? 51 a. Pretty h. Kennessy ? is t. B. Oragel and ? � total Lor 3 wickets ? so East Adelaide t. West Adelaide. West Adelaide. First innings. W. F. Gitlen c. Lek. B. Sort ? 75 g. Sparks b. Short ? 21 a Bailer e. Richardson b. Trams ? 43 e. Badey c. O. Hill. B. To Myers ? 16 o. Parkin st by Charlson. B. Traven ? a. D. O. 8anas, e. And b. Short ? 1 cd w. Guten e. Gehrs. B. Traders ? 14 p. Fit Patriek. E. Aad b. 8bort ? 7 g. A. W. Pope not ont ? � a. Wow it e. Leak b. Trs trs ? 7 a. J. A fandom absent ? byes 8, la bores s ? ? Al total ? a bowline. Craren Mio. 5m. 90r. 5w. Leak Loo. 4m. Or. Short. Uo.sm.50r. 4w. In will. So. Pm. Or. A Hal 60. Pm. Or. F. Hill so. To. By. East Adelaide. First innings. A. Hill not out ? m 17 h. Nil not oat ? 16 bytes ? i total for no wickets ? Al Stdot t. Port Adelaide. Of Cut first innings. B. T. Bailey b. Drew ? 57 u. G. Binner c frands b. Drew ? 7 f. T. Hack c. Hike Mic b. Noel ? 43 3. J. Bosben w., b. Drew ? 16 w. O. Mckay st Mckemie. B. Mckibbin 3s h. Hay. It me Emde. B. Noel ? 0 w. A. Hewer c. Drew b. Noel ? s j. A Hack b. Mckibbin ? 1 a. V. H. Rosman c. Semmens b. Nod is a. C Thomaa. B. A Cribbin ? 15 o. H. Win Nejl not out ? 3 byes 1, no balls 6 ? 7 total ? a , i5o. So. 44r. 1 w-4an Mckibbin. Itsjo. Pm. 64r. 3w. 5 no balls Williams 13o. To. S. Drew so. Pm. 6sr. Jew. Noel 13o. Pm. Or. A. L Adelaide and sub Eban a Scutum. South muted v. Wallaby. , c Baumans b. Morris. 1 Gaet to b. Planet & Fleming b. Morris 6 in tend. B. Pesne. 4 Williams c England b. Peak. A Everett c Morris b. Pane 6 hex per. B. Pears to Schunk b. Pearse a stoc kor b. Parn 1 i Fleming b. Peace 0 he Moo not oat 6 extras. A total. 78. Bowling Morris t in s3 peace 8 for Bahai 0 Tor 4. Soft nil and. W. Colyer b. Harper 0 Fai twid c. Err set b. Wrt fora 0 Ballans c. Fommo. B. Wreford 0 Kuey b. Harper 0 Evans oot oat 15 Monk c & fiesal Ngab. Wreford 12 Kennedy b. Bar or. 0 Lagund. C. S. Flem ing b. Wreford 7 fool yer a Stacey b. Wre lords pc aae c s. Flew b. Wreford. 0 Watson run out 0 extras 4 total so bowl 1 inf Wreford c for 17 Harper i for so. Middlesex v. Eagkattr4chi. I . E. Boss b. Bogan. Set the mama b. But Fidd 8 Robertson c Fanon i b. Hogan 11 steel w b. Simpson. Smith. C Biler. B. Star freon. 10 to Dow b. Stands of 16 Black b. Men 16 a Cunnea c. It och b. Cobden is Mckay not out �1 Boua Aon. Sol i out 96 extras a total Lor 8 wickets is. Nerve tonic we. Up f the system. St Guan. This warm climate is very trying to All the blood easily becomes impute and the nervous system greatly debilitated. Bat Yoa can retain your heal Fri Aad keep your nervous system Strong. This is the portrait of or. William fanning of Beaconsfield Frein Antle Western Australia. In his letter hos a Titpon arriving in Western Australia these Faus ago i found that my blood was in dad condition and my general system All ran Down. I suffered greatly especially from indigestion. I had Beard so much about Sarsaparilla i thong it i would try it i did so and Only three bottles restored my strength built up my system and cured my dyspepsia. And i have also found it a great nerve tonic if you Are gluons constipated or Are too fad with headache Tuakoi cart of los. Ivisjalqrtt.j.caytrc.uwta.hasl.o.. Stub Assoc Tio a Gurr Challenge con. Parks Ida United t. St Mem. St Osnald 139. Parks we United Pnno my Fth a sported s for 4�. P. T. Filyan. B. Bole. 7 c. Mbrown b. Cent 16 m. Holmos c. Pudney. B. Herans 73 j. Amos c Seth b. Cent 10 Yates. Not out. 3i w. . Not out 41 a extras. 13 Toul Lur 0 wickets313. Howling a t. Evans 1 Tot la c. Cent. 2. For 32 h. Balem 1 Tor 64. Go Glen Park v. Sundridge. A Glen is 179. Sundry tit pro Yousry Leporld is for 67. A. B. Claw run out 16 it. Werner. � a b. 8todart, 14 w. Ambrose b. Stodart 0 full to b. Marshall. 5 j. Turner b. Stodart 0 a Jooestu-w., b. Stodart i Mcfarland Noc Ooth Brown b. Stodart 10 Frame b. Stodart 0 a a toss. It total 91. Bowling a Stodart 7 for pm it h. Sanden 1 for 17 i. Marshall 1 Tor 17 a a Molton 0 for 15. Hunley Park v. Rosebrook. Hunley Park sol Rosebrook it Cornez. Of Douman b. Frame 30 o. Sunders c Coombs b. A Ashmeade a b. Puiu b. Frame 1 r. Bar pm Rey. C. Hewer b. Asiu Neade. 1 v. Mie Faeo e. 7m Keri b. Hewer 10 o. Hasum c Shakespeare gel b. Frame 47 w. Stakes Weare c. I null Man b. A Hewer 5 l. Lester c. Odium b. Hewer. 4 j. A Brown c. Coombs b. Rosman a j. Nuoch Mah out 1 w. Dnn mood not out 2 extras a total is. Bowl by a. Frame. 3 Tor 56 a. Ash. A Meade t form w. Fewer 3 for 13 & Roenah 1 for 8. 1 East Torrens Assoc Athos. Kent town r. Ump ten. In Hokk a. S. Hill c j. A Blencks b. Laap lord 17 0. A. Plunket b. Long fora of j. W. Williams e. And b. Cell her. 71 j. A Staley b. Cower 7� g. Hodgson c Mckee. O. Johns 44 k. Walkley not out at a. Errington not out ? 5 extras 6 total for 5 wicked. 261 Iani aes dosed. Bowl inc a. Col ver. S for 87 h. Langsford 1 for 66 e. Tuner. 0 Tor 70 j. Jenkin Kwh 0 for is a. He reps 0 Tor 57 e. Johns 1 tem j. Woo aka 0 Lor 7. Norwood literary v. Rose Park. Rose Park b. Is acis b. Waldron. Sel Mauchan. B. Sanders 0 m. M. And e. And b. Wanna 7 w. Plunkett. B. Sanders 0 w. Bales c off Sanders. A b. Nesbit b. Walo Voa. 0 b. Kip Post b. Waldron 13 f. Manker c off san Ders 13 a. Lloyd thrown out 0 s. Bomb Doc not out is f. Jackson st b. Waldnum 5 extras 11 total 61. Norwood literary. Inn Afeman. C Yaughan h. Nesbit 1 Jackson b. Lilacs 0 f. Harry a. Hales 0 w. Opie c. Jackmsn b. Manker 17 e w. 8snders, e. Robinson b. I Anky. Is x. Waldron c Plunkett b. Nest 11 st not out. 7 Weohr. St Vaughan b. Hales 0 Jen Kinsora e. Robinson b. Hales. 4 re. A. W. Wei Norton b. Nesbit 1 j. T. Blake absent 0 bus. I total 64. , 4 for so Nesbit 3 for 8 Plunkett 0 for to Manker s Foll East Torrens r. Oxford. East torrent. H. F. Radebaum b. Capac in is u. Mien is c we Lunetti. B. Cail malian i r. Hill b. Is Alai ban 0 r. W. Tullett b. Stilto. 3 f. Knott c Steinwedel b. Shiella. 0 w. A Utridge b. Conaghan 12 j. C. Kip list c c and b. Cau Agraan Hunt b. Shields Swbok run out 2 u. Miller c. Wel Leetun splendidly. One band. Slug Han 0 in w. Hodgetts Sot out. 1 extras 13 total 84. Bow Una swells 3 for 30 Callahan 6 for 4l Oxford. Woodforde not out j. Wirat. I.o.w., b. Nai a e. Tyoe. C. Tillett b. Hod etts it f. Steinwedel. St Miller b. Whitridge. 3 j. Desmae not out 0 extras 12 total Tor wicked us. Umpire. Or. S. J. Karris Ctet wheat App fat. Feb the editor. Sir i have received numerous commune i cations from different parts of the co my i soliciting information about the seed wheat 1 fund and i should like with your per i Nunon to pour out we following Paron Lars the Central committee of the drought distressed Farmers fund most wittingly consented to undertake wit ii the co o aeration of District committees the administration of the fund. Printed Appeal forms have been forwarded to each Munici pal corporation and District Council throughout the state. The Central committee a tackled to Supply those Only who have not reaped seed during the past season so that Only those absolutely in need will Porti Miinte. It to estimated to Jot fully 80,000 acres in a thorough Condi Tion of cultivation must otherwise be left Idle this season and therefore from 7,000 to 1,000 bags of wheat will be required. In thewrer North and Southern District the activity of the farms and at the railway stations is a Surat that would Madden every heart. Thanks to the Intro notion of the ? Drill and fertilizers Many of oof f Armen Are. ? counting their yields by the bag and not by ? the Bugael and i am confident that an a ? Peale err where will meet with a ready re ? pome. Our Northern Farmers and their a ? Milieu have proved themselves to be made. ? of the Luckiest stuff in the world and any ? country would be proud of them. They ? ? know thai Between 1876 Aad 1806 Tiey pro ? diced More than a third on Tadde Gondera ? Ane of the whole be of production of the ? state and with All they have in tiie world ? trembling in the balance it is Littky wonder i that they beg on to like ? leeches. A Cycle of Rood seasons must come m gain and in the Hope that we Are be Alinz ? a turn of the tide they see a no space of re establishing their shattered fortunes. I ? am confident from the Letteris have Recert x ? de from Many influential banners and others the tue Appeal will been tirely Snow awful but 1 would Point out that in the parts whore seed � most required they begin Tiffin at the end of february ? and he who gives quickly gives twice. The ? Central Conr Maec did a some Sorar m w 1800-7, which will never be forgotten and ? they desire to continue that Good work. A ? splendid Start is made with the balance of. ? Loo of the old let Pfister fund. May 1 -1 Hope. Sir that District committees win ? have the readier opportunities to make a More abundantly Complete will enter ear ? neatly into . And thus carry Light and Comfort Ufa Many a nor Tern Home a Bach donor of a a of wheat or 10s. M rash provides Seel a Eig fat acres of lad ? As the wheat grown in Ona Fiat Damm. ? Semuon is a Small Grain and half a Bushel ? will cover an acre. Pm the order of Providence the new year should Brae in est similar to tie one of 1889, win cd followed ? a severe period of drought tie ? provision of seed for these .m�0 m acres would Enoch the granaries of ? the state by a further contribution of ?. ? from 190,000 to 200,000 ban of wheat and ? the Farmers assisted could Rise Superior to ? ? All their past difficulties but would never ? forget the generosity of those wbb bad made ? ? such a possible. May i a peal to us consideration of car my Mer ? Danu to item the Rescue of our Northern settlers Means so much our City men Are. ? always Good As Gold when a really genuine ? Case is presented. No one knows better ? than they what a mine of wraith of kneed to ? the City after the 1889 Harvest and i do i very confidently Appeal to them and to the ? generous impulses of an interested Wubbo ? in crazy As the age relation of Small Eon. ? tribute on will do just what is we Fly ? ? needed and May not Only Reeve individual ? men. But largely contribute to the weath of Testate. i ? 4-_. ? it . J Victoria Square january 19. ? ? ?

Search All Newspapers in Adelaide, South Australia

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Adelaide South Australian Register Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Adelaide South Australian Register?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection

NewspaperArchive FAQs

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

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