Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - January 21, 1901, Adelaide, South Australia
National Library of Australia shipping. Cape Banfal Jai air 90. 8j0 us. Large Steamer Sopp Mcd Mil passing in. 8 . Ruhr mss Teu Schooner Jamas inward for spin lf4 Lillif. Time Ball Auerr 19-Ball dropped at la. Tin. Os., corresponding to 1mb, Ian. 30m. Often ? Vic a meantime. Semaphore ii May 2l Low water . Hiu water &3 . Vij. China r.jls., 7.s12, t. & Anu. Master bom Umyn a Imber 1l a swag cd or. M. Trim a i a and or. I m. Paulden. From Bombay j Jar. W. J. Morton. From the Quatle i Willair a and a Tut or. T. Mousier. Or. 11. Stun. I fat Man mess. T. In Llama m. Uni Gnu t. Us fluid or. And mrs. , men. & j. Phillip be but a Boxboro j. Latin cwt b. J. Imor. S. J. Bishop and infant c. A. R Nuki. J. In Vuew Mcdonald Knap main. M. A tunic Van and r. T. Moore i junk Dow Ilia or k. Tit too. I Percy or. And i us. . My. 1-. Yuong and Intai or. To & body Jura. Hill Aad j children. Or. And to. Kirkla Iod n children Man Smith or. And Mia. Mute and 2 children. My sell Kev. W. Watt. Or and Mia. Cameron i Day or. C. Sermon and in ill in. A dec mine and 5 infant. . T. Andrew. Miaco Trapmann and Gilbert in. B. Morn in. Ferguson and i i by Bdrm. Elder Smith and co., City and agent. In acis Steamer a Tiu tons a. Unto from Sunbury january in Pao or or. In Kendall i. Anil j. Fowler City and fort agent. Man but so Buoyer set tons u. Cars ecu busier from i Ort Pirie. Ac-tin.-, Letch Conn a. Ange Tenowich mat Ter from Wakefield. Inv selector Ketch 44 tons Jolt Alahmar a flit. Cub Kan Cuvo Bland. J. Taj Lor Ketch 33 ton & j. Of atop Mas or from Arr Tuavao. Annie wan Ketch. 43 tons u. In Mckay a. 147, Iowa port Wakefield. It linux Alice Ketch 40 tons j. La eat Nutter inia iut Creek. Vcci Wizig. Ketch h tons v. B. Corston Mas or. Irom Ardrana. Buck Ketch h tons c. Dale master from port i Tiv. Aryle sur Amer 61 tons b. Thomson Mutt for in Smith a Sun ports. Uric Hawkins kits $1 torn k. Den mater a a coast. Florence Maud Ketch. 3 Tow w. J. Spell Cut. From port uak Effiew. Izilor Crince Ketch 4v Looi m. P. Irvine Mas Ter irom Foh Rel Niroj. Jan Oarr Terreo. Ship. ton. F. Ansel master from London Octol a 27. Pix Botn mrs. Angel. Or. Cul Airt Musci. Martin Colville Price Chap run and Taylor. Caricu general elder Smith and co., City and port Asoau. Dwon. It incr 5,1 jul tons t. Young master Horn London via Fremantle. Cargo Central. Uible Bright and co., and elder Raith and co., agent. Curran Ketch 71 tons. 3. Soak. Master from Limestone Januari for. A. And �. La Mourier ask no. Ferret Steamer ill Tou w. Crocker master in a Spencer Golf porn. Pate on my. Me Donoheu Mia. W. Mcl tonnes. Mr., mrs., and Mas Ter lore. Or. And . O Connor. Misse love us. Iulah. Kannada de Larry. Unt Chiton m. Clanin b. Hemming. Mcminn Vor Fiskjr. And Taylor. Mean. W. T. Mon lock. Fearn. A. & Faulkner. A indy. Winter t. S. O a Donn f. N. To tit in c. Cox and master , in the Saloon and a in the mud Cabin. Cargo .4 big wheat tit Cue Blue floor. Us ingots cupper and a Large Quantity empty cad and in does. Projected Dopa tubes. For London. Mene Latu about Jano a a s Salsa continent Hebe Durins january Orfa a. January a Loch torrid on Dor Init. Jatzui Afy a Wight Templar january 30 i Kulaya january is Torrens it thing february Oriya february 7 a Milf about for Ouary a China be binary 14 Cuzco Febra re a Sarpedon. Durins february Arcadia february. 23 Wil Camua about february a tuba. March. 7 Ceiaa March 14 Hector during March Austral March is Britannia. March 2- Marian april i Australia. April a Victoria. April a Orestes during april. For Bremen. A Roar Kurfurst. January Ibn Sudu february a Friedrich Der Crosse Larch 18 Prinz Begent Luitpold april 13 wet mar May 11 Karlsruhe june i Oldenburg july 6 dans Stindt Angur 3. For Dunkirk and Antwerp. Knight Templar january 30. For Java ports. Augsburg. February 1& for Natal and Cape town. Naming about february la Wikan a. About february is Warrigal Jira Sooga and Walpool to follow. Kor Camilles. Pro Neuen january 36 Armand by hic. Ftp inure 9 inar1uti i Lirah 3 vill de la Ciotta april so. For or Boome Sydney and Queensland ports. Time. January a Bullara january Spil Cut a. January a Miroo february l for we Annalu. Raj coolie Jan Oarr is l Xirui Jentery 25 Anglian february a Bunia Yuag january Sannan february in sailed. January 19. All Irka Steamer for Fremantle. Parensen or. F. And master d. Mcdonald. Or. And mis. A. Too. . Wallace. In. J. Mckenzie and fail a or. N. Mcnamarra miss m. Lutr ring Mia Abr Rit. In. T. A. Cant and child or. G. A. Paqualina miss. A. A. Bank a. W. In tin. C. Allbon Gray. A. W. Riddy. Walrus. And mix. Liddle in Iho Aloon and � in the Cood Cabin. Penh Steamer for Fremantle and Bunbury. P2fn=cr� or. B. M. Oslis and or. T. K. in the Saloon and 9 in the second Cabin. Marco. Neamer Tor Albany and Fremantle. Pawn tar Chi Andrewartha or. And in. Good h n. Sarf or. Holly. For Fremantle Madame a Driscoll and in Howard. Messes. W. L. Torn run. X a ii her j. C t. Boa j. Worth Funcke. Pridham. 9. W. S. Reid j. Car a and Everett. Captain Moore Lieou. Caros. Coll Cut and Mann major Hope Dieul col Mavil Jajw c. Luehder. Do too me Darne run dul and Butler. I boor. Master Butler. Miss Manin Tju in the Saloon and a in the second a in. Daskin wive Ketch for suns Burr. Hit. Lutcz. For Ardro Aan. Malcolm Ketch for port Wakefield. Re Steamer for Sumbury. Annie Watt Ketch for port Wakefield. Limi a Canrie by Omar. For Kangaroo Bland. H apr thu Tauser. For a Xhu Turg. In vat Ator. Steamer for Spencer s Gulf ports. Cell in Ketch for Ard Nadan. January 20. No a. Neamer for Sard nor. Raste Nhen or. W. Kendal and mrs. C. Walker in the Silton. Imposts. January la. Vineis. From Bunbury 1 plough Quantity of tin Jarrah Timber and piles. Krean. Ketch from go i toot 15.0co feet sawn a Ackwood 13,000 filings 15,000 pokes and 3 exports. January 19. Air air for to Skone fit half Baies sup 313 i a. Lior is both. For Bhangntl-3 Bas flour. For tour Lar Bland duo pc bogs bunt. For Sydney i a Rice ? 1 Jimile car of. For port Darwin 3� Catts. So use nine i Bales chaff so Baas Oats 30 boxes soap 1 ski. Sum try 13 do. Us Cuits 1 Case stationery. 25 cases Kremine 9 pass. 86 do. Groceries 9 Larj it tobacco i esies meats 3 do. Noney Boxx candles 1 Case Baldone powder. 4 pkg Mer Cuba Nice i of Jam 3 do. Mace 21 nieces Tim a i. I Case paint i void rope 1 pkg. Stores in dour. I bats inn is Bale a Bat 39 psf. Ill vat whisky. I to. Syst car � do. Ii Ickle 1 in. Ironmongery 1 Case. Penh for Western australian ports 5 dues a pm. 1 do. A Faroe 10 cant Jam 3 do. Whip. 1 in. Onan 70 pjs. Tea. T Cut Patent Medicine. So i Ark sugar. 2 Saacs do., 390 bags Pollard. 161 cans win. 3 do 5 pkg. Drus 10 do. So Riderr and barn. Ij3 bags inn 465 do. Dour a i do., 50 Bau bags Dol 5 fast. Rich winery. Allingag. Far Western australian ports 620 Case Rait 1 bag. I cases Cotton. 15 do. Frit. 1 do. Manufactured metals 400 of aet is bum 1 piss is ass of acc. So do. Honed car. 1 Caw Sample. A Loo for Western. Iii Allan ports 100 cases flour. Us casks eggs is pkg leather 1 Case non for 13o pkg machinery 1 Case effects 1 truck do. 416 pkg. Tea. 4 do. Ucyles. 14 a bed Neav. 7 cues Oil j do. Wine 1 cask do., 1 pay. Furniture. 61 do. Groceries 12 pkg. 1 do. Butter. I. Samples 1 do. Softwood 8 pkg. Windmills 1 a. Schnapps. 1 do. Cede a. S cases confection by. 1 Cue Tost. 1 pkg tools. Cases Nail. 1 to. Manufactured Metal so cases fruit. 15 drum. 1 use Lancy goods i do. Mar Chandike. 1.757 bags Orr. 400 a. Rice. Lono flour. I Saduk. 3 tanks do., is cases do. 30 do. Iron Morge Rydo. Lucon. I hags Pollard. 14 do. Bran. It in in a Jtj is cases Plum 4 pkg. Steel. 33 do. 1 an rare. 6 do. Mitobe13 do. Pipes. S cases by . 2 do. Nutak 9 do. Drapery s do. Mimi tier. So Mats Wear. 34 sacks do., 17 pass. Drug 1 i. Bolts i do. Hops 43-cases whisky. 5 cases spirits ? of meat. 1 do. Fish t boxes tobacco. Or. Tasks inn by 1 task malt 5 casts pianos 1 do. Apparel australian. Milk Une. Arrived january 19 by Minoog Sylner , Newcastle Norko Owa. Brisbane Ida. Chi Mainus Kawari. Shaban. So ish Bane. Kor Para Coote. T anew inn ? Yokoia zealand Ping suey Japan wild wave Bramm Kiven a dual Bowden puget sound ?.-uir_ Der sport Charles b. Senay. San Franceo t in Rinc. Towon Robe sailed january 19 Al ii acc. English Channel Gro astr Purfurst Bremen , aramaic Timon and Omba. Sydor Wirtl and Kathleen Hilda. Kew Eastle sir John Franklin. Hobart Mateena and Yam Baroota. Laon Leaon Kals Corlie. Western Australia. In mar. Remd january 19 Troia Loo Don pm Ivy. Walbrook. 8.a. Mamba re. New hebrides a Nora Acton pc Marreta. Brisbane. So m we Orbaan wan Bip. Hoban Mac Veburg \ �7i arc guide. Sailed january t a Orizaba Lon a to Kur Rembret and Ruseau Mara Melbourne \virr.rj. Wellim ton Tyrian. Malerba. Gulf of Mon Tun. And Adelaide. By Buie Moonab. Hobart Rorr Zartl a Irr. Pirie. To Umbra dub Dun Kirk Linch Broom. London e. J. Spence Maori Tia. Newcastle. Arr Ted january 19 Man Uberita. Table Par sear Guinea. Fren Raitor Kakazu Mel ho.m-r-. Kuttawa Duro port. Sailed january 19 Rivedal. Port Pirie via Wallaroo Pardon. Wire on Era and Baldaza crib borne Elisabeth . A Nimr Toa Sooltan Valparaiso Blythe vnnd.antofag3sia Franeeseo Betance. Honolulu. Brisbine. Arrived january a Southern Cross nil Ai Trian Man of War South. So Duke of de rna Hirr. Louden. Sailed january to paries a a Hampton Kcal Parana. Centra. And the troop ship Uri Annir. Melboure is Bousie sooth Inna , can town. In Kip Point. Passed january to Burmah Llin a. And Varalla. For Rockhampton. Youly hand. Paned january 20-Eurimbla an Pawn for Bra hand. Miry to Noch. Sailed january so Hope in that Niin. Grid Fine. Arrived january 19 bar Coo Bris Imp. Town Stroie. Arrived january 19 Kan Weera Fri Dune Cable snip Berarde tour Sis Bland. Bojt january 90leura. Sydney. Ii Cru. So Rcd january 19 Arra Watta Bri Bane. Cooktown. Arrived Jao sary 30 Matancsi Townsville. Sailed january a ans Traban Syo try. O0tpor3s. Fowler Jamar 1�-Jessi Der Lens. Port Sinclair. Cow Al arrived january 11 Stor nihed port Bow Rhonn pert Cennemo. A tired Jan Tarves def Boer coast. A fled Jam Arv Savoea. Port Boughton. Port Broughton Arr red january 19-Cadeb. Prtrt. Oerman pm in january 18trader. Port Pirie Wallaroo arrived january to Wiet. Frank Fin Harbour. Sailed Janus re is be oct fort incan. Edith Bonc sailed Jamatry 18-Aaoor Prince and j. C. Taylor port Adelaide. january 18-Fleetwing. Port Adelaide. Port wakrfleu.-8aaed january 18-Florence Maud ind Lottie port Adelaide. Kingston. Arrived january 18-Luriine, port Adelaide. Sailed Janu by 19-Lurline. Robe. Bobc arrived january to Laurune Lorston. Janu iry , port Adelaide Bivens. january 18-Milanc. Meninga. Hurray Bridge. Arrived january 18tyro Ana to Adgery magnum. Mamma. Arnved Jamar 18wandgerr, up River. Sailed january is Lyro Murray Bridge Blanc Etown. Mor can. Arri de january is Corowa Renuk. La Meriand Corner. Arrived january is Alpha. Denmark. Sailed Jamar is Alpha Morgar. Runmark. Arrived january 16 Qucen Morgan. River Levels. The following bows the state of the Rivers above Rammer level at the undermentioned places at 9 us. On saturday january 19 tic Dalai t it. 6 in. Wags Fajga 1 it. 9 in. Uay 1 it. 1 in. Balranald s in. Uoo Doya Low Muon i � it. I in. Mogil. Low Timoi. 3 it. ? in Baryon 3 fun arc Wanna it. 10 in. Bourke j in. Louth s it. Tilpo. 3 it. T in we Canna. 1 in. Men indie. Low Toomim arte Low we otworth 1 it. 11 in. Al Loury j in. , 1 it 0 in. Swan Gilill 11 in. Kit Ion 7 it. G in. Overland Comer 3 it. 1 in. Morgan 5 it. I in. Renmark 5 it. 1 in. Miscellaneous. The comedy China came up to the Anchorage in the Forenoon of saturday a weather the like of which no Dot been fell for Serena wild and Tormy weeks. Thiere was a perfect Calm and thu afforded pleasure to hundreds of excursion lists. The Paoge from London had been in keeping. The scam ship has made one voyage to Bombay with 450 re Ubungen. Ine rudins the Kari and coun Tess of Hopetoun once she left australian Waters bit july and now Cove More returns Bavins bad a full Inu Geoger Lut from Banc inks and fun Wea ther Conditi Onuk throughout. She left the thames be december ii with 315 Pasen Geri and experienced Fine dear weather arriving at Gibraltar on the lath and after a three hours stay left Tor aia Tilk which Vul reached on the both. On the arrival of the p. � o. Special next Day with a u pain Gers a Start was made Tor port said Truk ii a reached on Christmas Day. Strombos was Pifcio in at eight and Wai a magnificent sight Ching in a very Active Ute of eruption. About put Ngen left Lor Cairo. One i Hoogand tons of Coal were taken in and on arrival of the is net Day nearly 3, bags of mails were Iran i ived. A Quick passage Wai made through the Tanal and sex was touched at on the 27th. A particularly tool run of three Days through the red brought the ship to Aden on the 30th. Cure the Coni Pany Steamer Caledonia was wait ing to take us Paa Engen. 100 bags of mails and a Large Quantity of specie to Bombay. Both ships sailed at Midnight. The China again experienced Lovely weather arriving at Colombo on january 5. Here 72 passengers were landed and 933 bags of malls transshipped to the Steamer co Romandel for China and Japan. After refilling the bunkers and taking in a Large Quantity of Tea. A fresh Stan As made on the to for Fremantle which was reached on the lath Fine weather with Light i Radom being experienced until within two Days run of Frau Sinue. When Strong southerly winds were met with. The usual ship s games concerts and damns were indulged in. And carried on with great enthusiasm and Goodwill by the passengers. Captain t. S. Angus u again in command and la with him tie fou owing f. B. S. Notley chief officer r. R. Dalton second w. In Cole grave second w. Milman. Third a. V. Worthington Foyuth b. Guiou fifth e. A. Buu Raore aur Scon it. Jeff chief Engineer c. E. Lonsdale. Purser b. C. Borysow assistant Purser f. Bush Bead Steward. After Landing 30 i Awn Sers and embarking 110 at Fremantle a Ottati wat made at 4 . Tor Adelaide. Fine weather Aero the bight was carried to Largi and the Steamer left at 5 . On the 19th Lor Melbourne. The arrival of the Good ship Torrens always awakens a Tousnt reminiscences dating Back As this old wooden Warrior still stanch and smart dots Tolsty. When she arrived on sunday afternoon there were Many old identities to meet iter. And they found that she stands As Well up to her Tsuyas As Ever. In bygone Days there were occasion when vessels by at port Adelaide five or six abreast at the wharf Ami Tome bad to wait their turn at the North . The old ship returns in the beginning at a new year and a fresh Century and it was Gratifying to Captain Ansel who bears a. Name so intimately associated with the comia Ratic youth of port Adelaide to he told that shipping there is brisk As of Yore. The Torren u in capital order and eloquent of the genuine Comfort of Craft of cer Cus. Leaving London on act Over i one brought up in the Downs till the 30th, the wind Beins Roos Westerly. On november 6 she experienced a heavy North West Gale in the Bay of a Cav. The Baron Cirr Bavins fallen to sl50. One boat was washed away most of the bulwarks and half the live Stock. Fine weather then followed. The Equator was crossed on n a Vonber s in 30.30 w. Strom South tart trades prevailed and the Meridian of the Cape was pass id on december 23. The Southern Ocean was run Ifania on the parallel of 45 s., and Cape Luwin paced on january 11. Two Days Calm delayed the Vesil and her time was 81 Days. / the Fine powerful steamship Devon arrived from London november 10on sunday Afler Donn and went up the River so soon As Pratique was granted by the health officer. Or. Gething Ufa afterwards boarded the ship Torrens. Just Istrin. The Devon s package was Une rent us she will take from Here 3s.0oh carcasses of Mutton. Captain Young has with my As officers messes. Brown chief Wallace a food Barker third Elliott fourth Dunn chief Engineer Cutler second a Clende third Murray fourth Foster fifth Salter sixth and Augar chief refrigerating Enander. The Ketch Berean arrived on sunday from Ulverstone. With Timber and reported Strong South it to and West winds to january 15, thence Light variables. The Steamer Xem Sis arrived on saturday from Bunbury. Which was left on the 13th. And the passage made in Fine weather. In coming out of the port again outward bound in saturday night the propellor picked up a line and the be Musij had to Anchor till it could be cleared. This having been done she proceeded of her Voy age on sunday morning special notice. Announcements of births marriages and deaths not exceeding five lines an i abetted ones each in the Register the observer the even ing journal and special summary prepared for transmission to England for the single arc of half a Crown extra lines 64. Each the name and address of the sender must in ail cases be Given. Births. the 19th january at North Croy Ca the wife of t. J. Martin daughter. the 5th january the wife of c. W. Swan of 1lm.c, semaphore of a daughter. Marriages. Church the 3bt october 1900, at Plochl Rich by Rev. H. W. Woodney Edjar John younger son of the late George Church. Adelaide to e. L. Bot third daughter o m. \. And late we. Taylor of port a Pau and Iloo Taa. Golden wedding. Fit.ler-p1ayer.-on the ? most Januar. 1ki. At Trinity Church. Adelaide by special Kacev by the Rev. J. P. Wilion. Geotge Fuller to Elizabtth player eight sons two Daugh Ter Forur one grandchildren. Deaths. Gm0rna.-0n the 15th january at broken iu1l Roudolph the youngest beloved son of l. And x Dattoma aged 7 Yean. Com 1ravk.-on the 19th january at her red Denee. Woodforde. Mary Ellen the devoted wife of Janrel to Migrate. Is Axxal 4. Her Coo a dance and Joy. Day. On the 19th january at the residence of or. John Pickering Ean Street Brampton Annie widow of the late Robert Day late of two Weflin. After much suffering aged is yearn. the 19th january at his residence. Comp Bentown John Henry the dearly beloved husband of Sarah uart. In Bis 7th year. A Loos and of tint sufferer gone to rest. the 20th january at us residence. A Luburn. Jot Sab dearly beloved husband of Mary Ann Hunt aged s3 years. Arrived in the ship Boulai Isis. Lockwon the i9th january at the is thence of her son. If. Mackinnon Parade x.a., Caroline Hariott Neaman lock aged 77 years. the 19th of Januar. At his be residence. Park Terrace Bowden Martin Trie dearly Beloe a hts Banff of Margaret Malone. After a snort illness aged 50 years. . the 3rd january in acid. Dearly be inked wife of Frederick Swan and Stepmother of c. W. Swan of h.m.c., Stu bore. A Neuhart. On the 19th Januar at her father s residence. Dill end cottage Salop Street arming too. Asm in Natania. Dearly beloved daughter of Maria and John Urquhart late of Para station River Darling. Saw., aged 3 years 9 months. the 30th january at Torrens Street. East Adelaide Samson Webb aged 86, leaving one daughter ind four sons. Shares bought and sold. Money Lent. Ashe & Ellic. Akk of Kov at Rutin in p1b1 �8. Vail notices. Britain. January 24 via 5nf k. Orizaba 11.15 . Newspapers and Register no letter 10.15 . Late letters g.p.o., 111$ Nib Alu aids Lbw lil on port in Riim Tui my Augun i=.9 . Onus Ana foreign parcels Post per the shove Steamer closes at the . 10.13 an. Mail due in London r up. January is via Marseilles polynesian 10.15 an. Up. February a Tia san Francisco 3 pm. Late fee 3410 pm. Money or Ders to states �30 . Up. January is Crost a Kurfurst. 1lu id. Natal and Cape Colony. January h3 -, per Aberdeen via Mel Bourne. Manila China and aty s4 3 ., to. Sydney thence per Chin Gnu. January a 3 ., Overland to Sydney Benca per Airlie. New acs Kaua Paraguay Jan uary h-3 ., via new zealand. New calf dos1a.this Day Jjo ., to Sydney thence per first Opportunity. Samoa and other sooth Day-130 Gnu to Ney then per fint Opportunity. Ful this Day x30 -. To Sydney thence per fint Opportunity. Alc Klaud and day130 ., to Sydney. New zealand. January to 3j0 ., Overland to me Bloume. Strazan and Zeehan. This Day 3j0 ., to Mett Ramt. Honolulu and Vanco weks Island including Ameri Ca january1 ss3 by fee Fol. 3.3u to Sydney thence per War Rimoon. Western Al strata. January in Orizaba. 1l15 . Ardrossan. January ii James Comrie. stars Bury. January 24 Ceres &30 am. Kangaroo. Island. January 26james Comrie. &30 . Edithb cog. January s3 Larooka. 6j0 a a. Al �i-.s0 ., via port Lincoln. Fowler s Bay. January 22l45 ., via port Lincoln. Fran Holn st ferret. 6.43 an. Via Wallaroo. Ood Nadatta. Niar Lotte Waters Alice Springs and Volt coca. February 16.43 a.b., via Doodna Ditta. Ukarma Snobl re. February 1 o.4s am. Via Ood Nadatta. Northern territory. January 4-3j0. . Overland to Sydney. Port Viccent january ?2-Ceres, j0 an. Post Lincoln. January 22 ferret via Wallaroo 8.45 an. Up. Indicates that Maib must be specially marked. ?. ?. Special . Donaldson Andrews company s summer Clear hug Sals to now i�hooe3e3i-it4roc 0 Cennive reductions Ohall seasonable goods and special Talv jobs offered in Evert departmb5t. ? ? o ? price8 in Plain figures As usual. O ? r. Bountry orders receive prompt and careful attention special South australian railways. Races at Manora wednesday january 28. 190l in Donn Section with the above. Special trams Wilt run As under Adelaide dec 8j0 . I Manora Dep. 8 . Manora. At. 1l40 . I jul aide Arr. Laib . Tickets at so cog Kabb Fok the Dou Tfir , will be issued to Manora Only on Lanuard 2s. As under available for return up to and including Jamatry 30 f of Terowie and a intermediate stations to included by the 5j0 an. And Sajn. Trains from Terowie. From Adelaide and All stations to Saddleworth. Included by the above Spe Cial Balv Oxly. These tickets Are Only issued for use Between the stations named thereon. Any passenger Breaune the outward journey Short of destination will forfeit the whole ticket both halves and if the journey be broken with the return half it must i surrendered where the passenger alights and kill be forfeited. John b. Mckeil general traffic manager. Railway Folkes Adelaide january 18, 1901. South australian railways. Additional trains Between Wolseley and mount i Ambiel. On thursdays january a o. February 7, i. In. And is an additional passenger Tram icon meting with the Down express from Adelaid frill run As under bide ? Dep. 4-30 \ Ordinary a vols ruler. ? Arr. 1li8 teb train do. ? Dep. 11.45 on Thuna ays Custon ? Arr. 11.59 do. ? Dep. 12.0 and Dight Frances. ? Arr. 1.m an. On fridays do. ? v. Dep. Liso Binnum. Arr. I do. ? Dep. 1.8 Kyj a polite ? Arr. 1.20 ? do. ? Dep. 131 Hynam ? Arr. L36 a ? Dep. L37 Kama Forte. Arr. L55 do. ? Den. 10 Struan ? Arr. I.25 do. ? Dep. It. Conroy. ? Arr. 2.47 do. ? Dep. cola Zwarra ? Arr. 3.0 do. ? Dep. 3.1 Kat Nook. ? Stop if required. To. ? Stop if required. Penola. ? Arr. 116 do. Dep. 11 dec Lanyadoo ? Arr. 1� do ? Dep. Pm mount Camiet Arr. 4.42 ? the return train will leave mount Gambler on fridays january 25, february 1, 8. 15, 22, and March 1, running As under connecting with the up express to Adelaide on saturdays mount Rabiei Dep. 10.0 . On fridays a Lanyadoo. Arr. 10.46 do. ? Dep. 10.47 Fenola ? Arr. 1l21 do. ? Dep. 1v� Kat Nook ? Stop if required do. ? Stop if required Coon Warra. Arr. 11.41 do. ? _ Ftp. 11.42 Clenroy ? Arr. 11.55 do. ? Dep. 1l9sstruan ? Arr. 12.16 . Of do. ? Dep. 1117 Xarras Conorte. Arr. 1143 do. ? Dep. 114s Lynam ? Arr. 1.6 a ? Dep. L7 Yby bolide ? Arr. Lit do. ? Dep. 1.sj Binnum ? Arr. L37 do. ? Ftp. Its Noces. ? Arr. 1js do. ? Dep. 1.56 Custon ? Arr. 2.44 do. ? Dejk 145� Wolseley ? Arr. 159 do. ? Den. 114 i Ordinary sex Adelaide ? Arr. 10.14 i press train John a Mckeit general trifle manager. Railway offices Adelaide january 19, w0l ? of Jas. Make pkg tand and snare broker. Temple Chambers. Currie Street Lam wac lays and lyrics a Vou me of poems by the Tats. Morgan hawke8. Priest 2/6. May be had from All the principal booksellers in the Osy. Isis my. Fred Eskell uts Dhu. Tir Sauk Ukis was. A. Tes Cockle s pills.? ? for bile Pickle 8 pills a for Uver. Cockle s pills. ? for acidity. Stock los pills. A for heartburn. Go coltts pills. ? for Intoe Stoft Cockle s for sick headache. Cockle s use everywhere. Cockle s pills. _ free from Mercury. Cockle s use Over 94 year ,,,us,aad2jk of Ostia. How he Sheet almanac for .901. Price this use contains the fullest. Official infer action corrected to the latest Date also it Tabb to Tecc dispatch and arrival of inward mate strict you Nils. Slung Deal corporations Light a vehicles act taxation Kot text a hip amount useful postal information. The of it inns less the eclipses Lor the year san As the tines of the Bung and 8etfng of the in and Lloyo. Agents Are respect Rady requested to Forward their orders Early. Storekeepers and by Sikes people Seneca Ivy Cam have their na1ges and fhe a the of Teeth bus web a Sidauy printed at the head pc of the almanac the terms for which will a. Supplied of Applina tto to the propel too. I Sheetal aoveim8xmetrrs Silver & Espie a embers Stock exch Nib of Adelaide Shuereb Mosees l3 to 18, Hibib Chambers and r ans Tilburn Tuu Nasers Suc Roll ? ? ? tilt mass a. Goyers1ient s per cent. Stocs1 free of income tax. Price at the Treasury to Day with intern from 1st december. 1u00, �100 �95. No q. G. Sands share broker so. A broken Hiu chamber Kins Willianm orders by wire promptly attended to. ?. To mate Vij a s t e div Brush hands Mart liners and steadier. I. Ross Anderson. & Reid. Decorator exhibition Emil dip Melboure Victoria. A Index to . Page. Page. Amusements ? 8 merchandise ? 8 auctions ? 8 joining ? 2 Board and lodging. 8 miscellaneous wanted 8 for Sale or Money ? s wanted. S offices to let. S business notices. 1-3,7-8 Patent and Trade cycles. 4c. ? 8 Marks ? 2 Carrier ? l persons wanted. 8 companies t societies 2 properties for Sale s drapery and cloth properties wanted 2 inf. ? 1 pub he notices ? 2 education ? 8 publications and electoral notices. ? Tio Nerr ? .8 florists k seeds men s religious notices. 2 funeral notices. 2 shipping ? 1 hones Catt. Be situations wanted. 8 hides ? 8 special Advt. ? 4 hotels and restau sporting. ? f rants ? 8 tailors and outfitters 1 lost and found. 8 to let ? 2 Legal notices ? 2 tenders ?. 8 machinery ?. 31 wanted u buy. S medical ?. 8 wanted to sell. 8 what Heb be posts and forecasts. Forecast of probable weather from saturday afternoon till monday night issued at 110 . In saturday. South Annalla chair of weather. Becoming cooler and unsettled attn some rain eni Eny i a coastal character. Thunderstorms not a nokely in places. Winds veering.1 to , sooth West and South. Moderate . A change to Cool weather b gradually approaching South Australia. At Euda where the temperature reached 112 Deg. Yesterday it b now i a 71 dec and the weather Genera by round the bight b Cloudy and threatening. We shall probably Bare some rain chiefly of a coastal character and Here and there thunderstorms. The weather Chart tvs morning shows the lowest Reading of the barometer at port Lincoln tt.70 Inland from there it gradually rises to 30.00 in. At Sydney and Perth. In the. Eastern states the weather this morning b one though Cloudy pc gloomy with indications of an approaching change Over the victorian coast and Tasmania. In Northern Australia scattered thunderstorms have been recorded near the coast and to b still More or lest Cloudy and unsettled Tram the cult of Carpentaria to Western Australia but Over All in had districts there b no indication yet of rain. ?�t.bs Todd government astronomer. . Akk Tomca the following table has been Cost acted Bob Obser Vatious is cards b Tab office for every six hours during the Bat time Days far toss Mon tag. Height above level. U7.lt 5a.m. 0a.m. �. 9p.m. Friday ? Tojo �4�. 29.70 Stu Raj s9.0s 39.70 to �.8 sunday ? 19.68 19.70 &7s Alt . N.79, Iii by at s o clock this Adelaide monday. January m. 190l the Queen s illness. A Monarch is Only a mortal placed on a lofty Alp and a special divinity Dees not ledge a Kins to More than the meanest of their subjects Are the rulers of the Earth endowed with the gut of in mortality. Their flesh and blood Are Tike onto ail others susceptible to the attacks of the insidious foes which lie to wait to hurry Mankind to the Tomb. Her majesty tie Queen has now attained to die eighty second year of her age and thus Las far surpassed the Span of life which the inspired ? writer allot Ted to the Ordinary sons and daughters of Adam and eve. The Days of our years Are threescore years and ten and if by reason of strength they be fourscore ? years. Yet b their strength labour and sorrow. For it to soon Cut off and we a away. Queen Victoria has by reason of strength exceeded even the longer limit prescribed by the sacred writer and to the full has she doubtless realized that tour abnormal Vigour has been attended with labour end Sor Row her majesty has been greatly blessed physically As Well As mentally and the training and the regimen to Jet Rich she was subjected by Wise guardians from her earliest years developed her Powers to the fullest Poe Rible extent laying aside All speculations regarding the divine right of Lings one May say without exaggeration that no other woman in the world was More fitted than she Wass to ascend the throne of great Britain when she did accede to it nearly two third of a notary ago and that none could Nave it any subsequent time performed the duties of the pots Tion with greater Botty tact or address. Marvellous is the Queen s record As a woman the Joys of whose social pre Eminence have been discounted by the brimming cup of sorrow which she a bad to drink to the Dregs but More wonderful still is the Story of her achievements As a ruler of the greatest. Nation on the Earth a Monarch who Early Learned the momentous truth that in the pre sent conditions of the world the Happy mean of supreme governance lies be tween the social figurehead whose offi Cial functions Are those of an Auto graph stamping run we and a too assertive autocrat claiming for the aristocratic unit rights which Are the portion of the democratic mass alone. To Surprise should be caused by the announcement that her majesty s re cent bereavement and other sorrows Nave sapped her strength and prostrated her. The Only occasion for wonder is that at her advanced age she should have so Long battled so bravely and. With such unfaltering spirit against troubles which might Well have exhausted any Ordinary woman of half Ber years. Like a younger Mem Ber of Ber family the emperor we Liam of Germany Queen Victoria has always regarded Ner official duties in deadly Earnest one has Felt and acknowledged a special response duty for every act of of certify. She Lias preferred to be known not so much As Queen,.but More As Queen Mother. This indeed is the dominant note in her character. She Bas Ever displayed maternal solicitude in die. Welfare of her soldiers her Brave sons and her daughters the devoted Juad intrepid nurses who accompanied them to the Battlefield and with Angehr tenderness lured Obein Back 4o Ike or smoothed their dying pillows. Taw one of frustration Awne her Man Rippin 4o the troops daring the South african War Hare been permeated with evidences of the yearning Motbey Kiwi cd Tjie Queen of Epla so intensely. They Here contained no sign of regal haute for of condescend ing patronage. So they have gone tight to the hearts of the people the people who will watch with unaffected concern. For the appearance of further tidings from the sick bed of the Loving Queen Mother whom they idolize. Do i ring the last year or two her majesty Burdens have been particularly heavy i and grievous. In her own immediate ? family death has Fod owed death with impressive frequency and for one Rea son or. Other the court has been almost continually in mourning. Beyond this the protracted and sanguinary charac Ter of tone South african War Bas Jpn foundry moved and distressed her As she has testified in pathetic messages to the nation. In the Mere Ordinary operation of the lows which govern cause and effect such experiences must severely Strain Powers of endurance which have been enfeebled by More than fourscore years of chequered life but if the Heartfelt prayers of millions of her subjects and fellow mortals would Avail to Check the evolution of that natural process the Miracle would be wrought for verily Queen Victoria is blessed with the love As Well As with the loyalty of her people. With the fervency of a prayer have Long been it tired and now. With even More in Tensity will be spoken the stirring wb14 of the National Anthem god save our gracious Ueen Long lire our Noble Queen \ god save the Queen. The austrian crisis. At a Jmc when the exigencies 01 or i i affairs in Austria demanded a cessation of party strife the lines of a Travace Between the numerous Politi Cal factions Nave Dicome More pronounced and a serious crisis is rendered inevitable. Enlightened Couin rental Peoples with Liberal sympathies will View with satisfaction the defeats administered to the Ultra Montanes and anti semites whose aggressiveness and disposition to unite with other reactionary forces have constituted a menace Sot Only to Austria but to France and Italy. These Are the parties who actuated chiefly by Blind bigotry Are ready in the same Orea tji to denounce Dreyfus acclaim krnge., and exec rate the jews for alleged ritual murders. Although professedly inspired by religious motives they Iro willing to accept the co operation of atheists and the malcontents of All classes in opposing Liberal measures. Recently the mischievous combination has been ostentatiously manoeuvring in Broad Dayli it without be least re Gard to Law and order a jul the fact that no illusions were entertained con a Miff the evil influences which were being exercised probably accounts for the rejection of Many of the Antisemitic candidates at the polls. This too in spite of the patronage afforded the Ultra Montanes by the Feudal nobility who Are supposed to stand aloof from parliamentary strife but who while contemptuously refusing to consider the welfare of the state or the wishes of the Crown have been quietly work ing hard to strengthen their own Posi Tion. In one respect then the. Result of the election May be viewed with equanimity. ? i. The contest however has unhappily emphasized the fact which has been Patent for some scars that parliamentary government in Austria is a failure and that there is no Hope of it leading to anything but chaos. The Reichsrath is no better than a Bear Garden and does not even provide the Public with amusement during the election Campaign no indication was list Erndale of a conc Luetory disposition Imong czechs or germans liberals a clerical. One and All took no most uncompromising attitudes and neither the leaders nor the rank and file were prepared to make the least sacrifice of on for the Good of the country Wen though the very existence of parliament itself depended upon Mutual forbearance and recognition of the needs of the Empire. The spokes uan of the czech National party de Lared in his electoral programme that ill other state necessities must be postponed until the German czech language question was solved. This in face of the almost pathetic com plaints of the Chambers of Commerce of the Industrial associations and of me Stock exchanges that Trade com Merce and Industry in Austria were suffering immensely and were almost rained in comparison with the healthy activity of other countries. As or. S. Sci Drowior in an article in the Decem Ber contemporary remarks the czech leaders consider the question whether a Soldier of the Reserve shall answer the Roll Call with the czech equivalent of Aksum or with the Ger Man word Trier As More important than a fhe decreasing figures in the Export statistics of. Austria and the German party leaders Lay More stress upon theoretical discussions i favour of the recognition of German As the language of the state than upon the most vital questions concerning the existence of the state what wonder that the heterogeneous mixture of Peoples known As austrians Are sick at heart end that i the absence of states men having the ability to kindle the pure flame of National patriotism the German party and especially that Section which would Dekome annexation by the Kaiser William Are rapidly growing in Power not Long ago the venerable Francis Joseph made it dearly understood that this was the last attempt that would be made to. Rule by constitutional methods and i an address delivered last month in the Beich Stag at Buda Perth the Premier of Hungary m. Szell assumed the breakdown. Of the austrian parliamentary system to be a certainty and anticipated the adoption by Hungary of measures which according to him will afford More effective Protection to its interests and confirm its Independence. The Neues Wiener tags att a leading viennese paper thereupon frankly acknowledged that in addition to her other cares Austria has now to consider the crucial question of the form which her relations with Hungat Yare to take in the near future. Commercial sever Ance and declarations of Independence ate being discussed by the Initia Ted sections of the Cam Munirji i both countries As if it were a matter of Messy economic concern instead of the greatest and most perilous political problem tint the monarchy has Beeny called upon to solve Lee the establish ment of the dual system. It is strange but True that among austrians their partners. The hungarians Are referred to As the common enemy and the process of disintegration in. Austria was never More unhappily evidenced than in the refusal to unite even against the foe of All the hungarians intent on their own affairs have not been slow to take advantage of the political divisions and consequent weakness of their Neighbours. Trade and Industry flourish and the financial ? situation is easy a condition of affairs i w$cj�provoke8 jealousy at Vienna ind has led to complaints of the in creasing exigencies of Hungary in common matters and of the administrative measures by which it hampers austrian Commerce. The late Reichs Rath was a Sham and that now elected appears to be a perilous snare. The question is what will the emperor do the. Personality of Francis Joseph who is now in his 71st year is the one guarantee of peace and nominal Union and with a nation disgusted with representative legislators it is not beyond the Bounds of possibility that the Monarch May shortly proclaim him self an. Absolute ruler. News of the Day. The Ohel. A private Telegram a received to Laide on saturday morning intimating that her majesty Tfaye Queen teas suffering from illness and that the news of her affliction Tad bad the effect of causing depression upon the London Exchange. No message confirmatory of the tidings reached Adelaide Vata night. Whaen our London correspondent sent the first of the communications which Are printed in other columns to Day. Meanwhile the intelligence bad spread As & vague Rumour and the Register office Watt besieged Vita enquiries throughout the night and up to a late hour on sunday from an drops Iowa i subject of her majesty. In the churches allusion was made to her majesty s Cru tool condition and special Fer Vency was imparted to the prayers for the Queen and members of the Coyal family. The Imp Emal troops. His excellency the governor received the following Cable message from or. Chamberlain on sunday at the special re Anest of the government of new zealand Hare arranged that the Imperial troops go to that Colony from Melbourne for 10 Days visit and they will therefore arrive in Adelaide on february 17, leaving on february 20. Tru Ting that no inconvenience will be caused1 by the change of arrange ment Early closing act. So Otje cd Stokes Aki the Public Geber Allt. Ladies and gentlemen although exempt from the Nues sity of cd Sion Dor pharmacy under this act we save ded Ltd after careful Coomer Shioo. To give All our employees the toll Tenet of Dlab 8aturday halt Holiday. Oar a armar ill there toe be. Closed on saturdays at 1 . Sunday hours moral of 10 to 11 alter Birks chemists Corner of Bash stent and Lawler place. ? ? ? ? ale fim of Imp often whisky 22/6 per gallon mid v Jar inc traded. Imp0bt compares stores. Shierlaw s railway hugs 9/6, 10/8, 11/s. Is i 16/6, 17/6, u 86/. Plush Carriage hugs 13/6, of a 2i7,ttvs7/ -.-? for . Gladstone bags 22/6, 25/6, 29/f Hakim ass 7/6, 8/9, 10/6, to 29/6 ref straps 94., 1/, 1/9, to 3/9 16&l$,. To we Fly Hup. A both to housewives ample and More Nous invention Tor Catchot Flics and insects can be affixed is a moment to the window and Spe adur captures every Fly in the room. To More dead net of carpets and Furo Indre. In three this 7 ln., u in., and so in bold at ad., 9d and is. ? ? ? of an storekeepers ironmongers and on tors one of the elem test inventions of the Center Nerc Blosso teas finest the world produces. 1/3 per la. A per. My. Tips ? 6.1 my. Tins ? 7/8 10-a. Tins ? i 10-lb. Tins ? a shh. I Chest s/8 Ems. 1 Chest 1mb. Chest 11/3 3s-s. S Chest ti/6 Carriage paid to any railway station a . On All quantities of s it. And upward. Samples Bee on Ippu eation to the wholesale Aad retail agents. I it bundle Street Adelaide. A ?. ? ? nl9rek Pike s Oak Bank All Johnston s Oak Bank ale Walkerville ale. W. P. Auld & sons Gllbert place . Bb7sk baud yes very hard is oar Batter straight bom oat refrigerator or our frening showcase. Good yes the Reo Bod Quality Are our groceries and prices the Vurr lowest possible. Ice yes. Any amount of it at id. Per Block of two blocks for so. ? inspection yes we invite All to look amid and see on show of goods. The largest retail Stock in South Australia. Orders taken. Prompt delivery town and suburbs. Satisfaction guaranteed. Charlick Bros. ?. ? Nde peace will soon be declared and with hot a Fhyr approaching you should or Tok Geo. Hall & Soots old English Stone Ginger Beer aerated Waters and c o r do a l Olav pore Sarrac water used in their Maffae Torst Analysed by the Best analyst Aad loud the is Benr Fudal. Unive Sedy admitted the Best Awat Dea rive pint Prim at Sydney wets the weather. The prognostication of the weather Bureau that the heat of saturday would be followed by an Early change iras verified during the evening. Before the Sun Hod set those fortunate enough to be near the Shore had a gentle reminder that the hot North blast with its accompanying dust had Dis appeared. As the evening wore on the atmosphere cooled Down and in the Early hours of sunday morning when the rum Blagof Thunder was Beard and the Flash of lightning seen the weather was Cool enough almost for the use of blankets. From 98.2 at 9 o clock on saturday morning the thermometer in the Shade at the Observatory worked its Way to a maximum of 103, the greatest Shade temperature this summer. The highest Reading shown by the Mercury in the son a 1c1a on Christmas Day the heat was greater in the Sun where the thermometer showed 185.4, but in the Shade it was Only 103.6. As the result of the change the temperature fell considerably during the night and at 5 . On sunday it stood at 68.8. The maximum Shade Reading on sunday was 78.7, and in the ran 140. At 9 . The thermometer stood at 65. A Cabinet of lawyers. It is said that there Are too Many Law yers in has Cabinet. I Wool like to ask Pou As representatives of the people iof new South Wales one question ant not the i Suiwu w we Fie Venu wet Iree constitutions and is not the advancement Given to any Public nun Given by the will of time people and if Yon find men who Are singled out for High pontions can it be that they keep those positions except by the win of the people Ihen those who complain of to Bro being too Many lawyer in die Cabinet Are complaining of the action of the people in awarding their Confidence to men lawyers or not who have 4bown themselves capable of Public Trust. Or. Barton at West Maitland. Preparing for the elections. Our fint task is to prepare for the elections. Sir William Lyne he Home Secretary is already engaged on this matter and. Looking at the Hub duties he a to perform 1 am gratified at securing the assistance of a Man of his High ability. At Hie earliest possible Date tie elections will take place that is to say As soon As the conditions prevailing in tie states win allow As soon As the Laws in Force in the various states can be so accommodated in one with another that we can fix with certainty the Date for the Issue and return of the writs. It cannot be for Tome Little time yet but that is not our fault because we Are not responsible for the state of the Law and the machinery under in Kwh certain things cannot be done Tor a while. We shall in our electoral Campaign have to Deal with a. Whole continent a teak that no has Hod to meet before and we will have to remember lint an area of three million Square Miles is Tuut too Large to Canvas. What re sults if we cannot canvass we have this to Lay to our hearts that we at any rate can place our re one on the people. We can ask them and they win respond to train their views to the National aspect As from toe local aspect to re Tarn men of principle who will uphold the dignity of the continent in parliament. As an of speaker of the state parliament i appreciate Ihk Point. I Hooe and believe that parliament will not ? be degraded by any disorder because men w31 recognise that better work can be effected when things Are done decently and in order. From or. Barton s speech at West Mait and. Western australian troops. The Western australian troops who at tended the Commonwealth celebrations in Sydney left for the West by the Steamer Marion on saturday Mornine. Ther were escorted to toe vessel of Lauc us. Lamp son of the Headquarters staff reaching port Adelaide before 10 o clock. Altogether these were 111 soldiers la having joined their comrades in. The Mother state direct from South Africa whence they were invalided. Another who has returned was too unwell to leave Sydney with the Contin gent and he will follow by a later boat. 31 or. Hope who is in command told a representative of the Register that their stay in Adelaide had been exceedingly pleasant. The arrangements for the officers and the men were most Complete and they were hospitably entertained everywhere. M or. Hope especially complimented Lieut. Col Hampson for the efficient manner in which he had supervised the arrangements Thron shout. The exp lakh jail. The Banda me p. T o. Liner China arrived it Lares Bay from London at about half past 12 on saturday afternoon and Wai Iron Tiv cleared by the health officer. Or. Getham. The liner had a Fine voyage but the passengers were not prepared for the High temperature which prevailed in the Orang at the time the Steamer dropped an Chor. Visitors from the Shore Learned that the Ocean travellers had experienced cold weather during the trip. There were 276 passengers on Board the China including 60 for Adelaide. Between 30 and 40 embarked at Fremantle. After discharging mails and cargo the Steamer sailed for the Eastern states Early in the evening. The state schools. The scholars attending the state schools and Many of the private educational institutions will reassemble. This morning. 1ia hav in Wyral flip Ntinos in the positions of head masters. In consequence of the appointment of or. M. M. Maughon to an inspector ship or. W. J. Mcbride has been transferred from grate Street to Start Street school in the City or. A. H. Neale from Carrie Street to Cote Street and or. T. A. Cole from port Pirie to Currie Street Many other changes have been nude since the schools broke up for the Christmas holidays. The peace medals will be distributed to the children to Day and an Effort will be made to Supply each scholar Between the Ages of five and 13 in the City and suburbs with one. Saturday night Market. Judging by the activity which prevailed in the Central Market on saturday evening the stallholders and tenants of shops within the Market area Are not Likely to desire any alteration m the present Market arrangements. Owing to the intense heat in the afternoon very Little business was transacted before Sundown. During the even ing vendors of a descriptions of Garden produce and other articles were compelled to work at High pressure until a late hour in order to satisfy the demands of the Many late shoppers who visit ii the Market. The majority of the shops in Googer Street including messes. Charles Moore & co s dra Pery establishment were open until 0 o clock at night and they All appeared to be Busy. Several members of the Early closing association moved about among the crowd on the footpaths in Conger Street in the evening and distributed cards and handbills requesting the recipients not to shop on saturday evenings Bat there was nothing in the character of a Public pro test or hostile demonstration. The shops were dosed punctually at 9 ., but up to that hour the assistants were kept Bosy attending to the wants of customers. Transcontinental railway. In his speech at West Maitland on thurs Day night or. Barton remarked there is another subject upon which i ought to say a few words although it is one with to Hin we May not be Able to Deal at once and that is the transcontinental railway. Under the Constitution the construction of such a railway in possible Only with the con sent of the states concerned which in this instance Are South Australia and Western Australia. The list named state by constructed a railway from Fremantle to Kalgoorlie one of the richest if not the richest area of Gold production in the world. On the other hand the South australian railway system is constructed Al ready to a Point which is advantageous for the starting Point of the railway. If a rail Way were constructed from Kalgoorlie to port Augusta a Dot acc of about 1,000 Miles it would Complete the transcontinental railway Sye Teni of Australia. As far As new South Wales is concerned if her railway system should be continued from Cobar to Wilcannia and from Wilcannia to broken Hill that would Complete the new South Wales portion of a direct line. By the construction of that railway there would be two lines. There would be the alternative of proceeding through Melbourne and Adelaide but if a a rough railway were constructed the completion of it would shorten the route to Western Australia,.and therefore to Europe from these Eastern state by two or three Days. That shorten ing the distance is a quickening of the Means of communication not Only to West Ern Australia but of England As Well. That railway would be of great use if the defence of Australia should Ever be. Necessary. Western Australia has up to the present time been in a rather isolated position As regards the Eastern states. We hive found that notwithstanding that circumstance of isolation the people of Western Australia with patriotism voted at the referendum for federation by a majority of. 2 to 1. We shall make calculations and we Hope these calculations will enable us to make a proposal for this purpose. I am bound to guard myself by saying that after the proposal has received that consideration which is essential As to its 6nancial bearing upon the states and the Commonwealth it will not be adopted unless we see that the Dis advantages will be outweighed by the advantages it w Aue to Western Aas Aua that we should enquire into this question. Ministers Hope that it will not be Long be fore Between the great capitals of Brisbane Sydney Melbourne and Adelaide at least the railway gauge May be made uniform. While they have indirect Power in that Way any legitimate influence that they can exercise will be brought to Bear to that end and though it is a subject for inter state agreement and the Commonwealth cannot without the consent of the states unless they refer it to the Commonwealth interfere it is hoped that the Friendly re lations which prevail Between the Commonwealth and the states will result in obtaining what is As we All know the pro per thing to do police court statistics. In be Register of thursday were pub Blued statistics showing the work of the Adelaide police court for tie year 1030. Generally sneaking the records compare favourably Wun use of be previous is months. In 1900 the number of dismissals Seminary jurisdiction was 174 As against 198 in 1899. Convictions in the year just closed totalled 2,173, being an increase of 130 on the preceding year. The dismissals and convictions numbered 2,347 in 1900 and 2,241 in 1899. There were 490 offences under the police act in 1900, and in the previous one Only 404 were recorded. Drunkenness in Public places increased in the figures of 1809 by 57 cases. So far As indictable of fences Are concerned the number of persons committed for trial on preliminary investigations was 61 in 1900, As against 49 in 1890. The offences under the miso offences act show a decrease of 12, but the Tota number of indictable offences exceeds that of 1899 by 34, there having been 295 felonies As against 368, and 25 misdemeanours com pared with 34. The number of persons committed for trial last year came to 61, and in 1899 52. Of juvenile offenders it was found necessary in 13 instances to Send the children to the reformatory school this be ing just one half of the total sent to the institution in 1889 but the number of juveniles whipped exceeded by one the figures for 1899. Fax from a train. Detective Jones reported at the City watch House on. Sunday night that a girl named Mary Elizabeth Ward aged seven fell ont of a second class railway Carriage while the train was travelling Between one Woodvil Leand Kilkenny stations. The train left Wood Ville at 7 ., and had reached Kilkenny before the proper authorities could be apprised of the Accident. Hie train was then shunted Back to within about a mile of the Woodville station where the chill was picked up. She was placed in the Brake Van and or. Wig of Norwood who happened to be on the train attended her. The doctor found a Large wound Over the right Eye and bruises about the face and ebb. The Little sufferer who was accompanied by her father and Mother was taken subsequently to the children s Hospital. The father stated that the door of the Carriage had been left us fastened. Air. Peter Bannon a clerk in the railway station in Spector s office saw the child fall from the train. Fatality at Henley Beach. We regret to record the death of or h. Blatchford of the Bank of Adelaide Ai the result of an Accident at Henley Bead on sunday evening. The deceased gentle Man bad been cycling and shortly before o clock he left a Friend after having expressed his intention of Riding to Bis Home in Gilbert Street in the i y. Or. Blatch Ford started for Adelaide but it u not cer Tain whether be Rode or led his bicycle just then. The Tram overtook him about a Hundred Yards from the Henley Beach hotel and he was knocked Down and received injuries which unfortunately resulted in his death in a few minutes. No one appears to have noticed a person on the tramline until the horses shied and even then the passengers thought the animals bad merely become a Little unruly. They never imagined that any one was lying under the wheels of the car. When the Tram was brought to a standstill however it was discovered that or. Blatchford in Spector and chief clerk of the Bank of Adelaide bad been run Over. There were indications that he was not Riding Bis bicycle at the time of the Accident but push ing it along in front of him. Apparently the horses jumped clean Over the fallen Man and the passengers speak in High terms of Praise of the manner in which the Driver stopped the car. On removing toe body it was at once seen that or. Blatchford had been seriously injured. There were ruts on the face and the Chin while the Chest appeared to have been badly crushed. The left and the right leg be tween Thi knee and the ankle were broken. Or. Blatchford was one of the oldest and most respected officials of the Bank and held Many responsible positions during his Long term in connection with the institution. His death will be greatly deplored by the Community and widespread Pathy will be Felt for the bereaved family. A report of the Accident will be sent to the City Coroner. The land of the Federal capital. On this question or. Barton said at w est Maitland i would like to say. A word about the Federal capital and the Way we should Deal with and and that becomes the property of the Munmon Wedua. In twi ires there is a difference Between tic to re Ament and the Community possessing land territorially and simply As Mere go Kern Leftt property. 1 am not dealing with the. Territorial aspect of the Case but a that which Deal with government pro Perty and we Wal see that so far As the Law allows land within that Federal area Rill not be sold. Ite ownership will be retained in of a Commonweal ii. The land will be let for considerable terms but with periodical reaper augments so that the reve nue thus obtained will assist the Cost of netting the Commonwealth capital. More that that we shall take care to put no fancy prices on land. We will not play into the bands of the Speculator. We fair value for he acquisition of tace stand. We shall give just terms. E Ball fix by few if parliament will allow a late Wimch w Independent of any artificial heaping up of value Mich a Lite on the posting of the Conratt Gitajn Bih. Or the proclamation of it. Such dates were before the. Speculator began to operate. You see then we shall to Able to got the land on fair terms Lea it on fair terms and will make a profit for the Commonwealth. I put that to you not As a land nation Lucr. We began with alienation and its regards that some May him that it w import Wulc to de part from that system now. But Here we shall Nave a free hand. We shall have a new departure and As a matter of business we shall see that we do not pay unfair and speculative values for the land and that tie people get the Benefit of the prices we pay for it and never Elcess there shall be a considerable profit that will help to take ube Load of the Cost of the creation of the Commonwealth off. The backs of the people of Australia. We shall make due enquiry and give Fairplay to new South Wales in he offload arrangement of term but let my statement be coupled with this there will be a just arrangement with regard to the Commonwealth and the state immediately concerned. We shall be assisted to a considerable degree by the report made by or. Oliver chairman of the land Board at the instance of the new South Wales government As a collection of evidence official statements and general testimony upon the value accession to water Supply building material and other advantages of the different Sites ? the Darmstadt from Bremen arrived at Fremantle at &30 a. On sunday. A Middle aped Man named Alfred Row lands met with an Accident which resulted in his death at Hindmarsh West on Satur Day. He had been lying on a Wall and Over balancing himself fell into a cellar. His head was injured and medical Aid was sought. As his condition did not improve he was sent to the Adelaide to spill on sunday morning but he gradually grew worse and died at about 1 o clock. The City Coroner has been informed. Or. Laurie fell while performing on a trapeze at the Cremone gardens on Satur Day night and received injuries which necessitated his removal to the hopi Al. This morning a were informed that he wan making satisfactory Progress towards recovery. At 12.40 an. On sunday a fire was Dis covered among old Coal baskets at messes. Huddart Parker t co s Coal depot situated at the South australian company s Basin port Adelaide. The fire brigade a alarmed but its services were not required the flames being extinguished before the arrival of the reel by the Crew of the Steamer Moor Abool berthed in the Vicinity. Only a few Coal baskets were damaged. The fire is supposed to have originated through the accidental dropping of a spark or Mach by bumpers who were discharging Coal from the Moor Abool up to Midnight Michael Joseph Barry the poet was appointed a police magistrate in Dublin. An Irish american was brought before 1dm charged with suspicious conduct and the Constable swore among other us that he was wearing a Republican Bat. Does your honour know what that Means enquired the prisoner s lawyer of the court. I presume said Barry that it meant a Bat without a Crown according to Dago net in the Tyeree the term Hooligan owe its origin to the in distinctness of a witness and the mishap of a police court reporter. The name arose in this Way. In a Well known and buy Centre of South London there has been for Many years a family of Flower Fellers. One Day Tome years ago pretty pol y Ujj ? was id the Lau Page of the fraternity copped by the Rooer for wilful damage. One of the witnesses brought against Ber by the Lite was a Young Borough rough. While be was giving Bis evidence Polly according to the police court shouted out Don t believe him sir he s one of the Hooligan the reporter afterwards frequently used the expression in his copy when he was describing cases of assault by the Borough gangs. Gradually the word crept in and presently it took deep Root and blossomed and became a per manent of the English language. Kow let us find Polly l who is still Selling Flowers at the old pitch and ask her Why she called the hostile witness a Hooligan. Now Polly you be heard the Story of your remark. Did you make it yes sir i did and it was True Why did you Call the lad a Hooligan a what sir let me write it Down of look Hooligan no sir that s not what 1 said. I said Don t believe him sir he s one of tha Hooley gangs be not Hooligan to sir i Getsay that k How they put it in the papers but 1 said one o the Hooley gangs Cus he belonged to a lot of Young chaps mostly Haddick smokers they Wai what used to go about in gangs and waa v All under a Chap what they called Cap Tain which his name was Hooley. They was always called the Hooley gangs in the Borough and that s Why i said the Chap As spoke against me wan one of pm. And so he was sir and one of the Wust though be did turn Nark and try to put a away or. Vincent Mcauley of King we Siam Street has been appointed honorary dental surgeon to the Adelaide Hospital. The Hon. E. L. Batchelor will Addren the members of the and Okido Branch of the . At the Exchange cafe Pirie Street to night on technical education we have received from tames Moewaa and co., limited their valuable table show ing dates of arrival and Sci arture of australian and new zealand mails during 190l or. F. Harrison owner of the hone which bolted in Grenfell Street on Friday states to fact they were attended when they got away. Goods were being unloaded from the trolly at the time. Or. Harrison a grateful to those who rendered a instance in stopping tic runaways. We have received from messes. John Lenit & co. Copy of the Centenary nun Ler of the Dundee advertiser this Jour Nal we the Tir to newspaper printed in due Dee its original Issue appearing on june 16, 1s01, and u one of the Only three news i spew in Scotland which Are entering their second Century of Public action. To Mark this event in British journalism the Imu cd on january 16 an elaborate supplement containing comparative illustrations of the printing of the pane 1u0 years ago when it waa Only a wee her end the present extensive daily. The his tory of the paper is also dealt with in detail. In addition to photos of All tha. Past editor the supplement contains Pic Tures or the streets and prominent Punio buildings in and around Dundee. Overheard at Kindermann s there s Only one place for Good furniture Gara Arcade is Numic Choice upholstery a special feature at p. Uay 4 co s showroom Arcade. the Gareh and Field Kow is a Cood time to begin to subscribe 5/6 a year. Every a Sidener. Fanner and fruit rower Snoop Taka it january number 04. Conkins valuable articles Aho paper by a. In Scarfe on Bow and m. Grenfel Street Adeide. Min wac for mantels and Over mantels p. Gay and co. Arcade. first class billiard tables and All re a uraites at Gays Arcade. Now ago to Day s diary. Umi Dav. January 2l Rue . Tin p.T. Moon rises 6 . Arts 7. . water. 11.14 . Memo . I n at. Mut. Bids. Lows Doone pm. 8.-.v.a. Int Lutc or. Holomon addresses electors. A Cremote gardens under the Gas pipe 8.-Tivuti theatre vaudeville 8. Tical in Royal Ostuw Kelly Church work in melanesia at the annual meeting of the Ile Taneman Mission Hekl at the Chur Canouse. West mister on november 12, an Effort waa Nih to in nth Public interest in the move ment to Rawe Tunas for a new we a Neef Eion with the melanesian Mission. The Bis iop of Newcastle Olio presided ret Rcd to a letter which had been published met times bearing signatures of great we Jim including those of lord Brassy. Sir Thomas Fowell Ruxton and admirals sir James Erskine and sir Nathaniel Bowden Smith and he Toped thai they would be convincing proof that there wag real necessity for what was asked. That meeting however was one which he uought would be marked by not emf feature because he was Able to report a extraordinary ent Huaian Winch had been lately manifested in Sydney by churchmen of the australian colonies in connect on with foreign missions and not least i tic that of the Meton Sian la Jawo. He bad Seldom read anything Witch to hulled Bun More than the account of that Nasf Nonar week at Sydney organised so admirably by the Bis Aop of Tasmania. If the wrote group embraced in the term Melanesi we really to be covered another Vel a pure Steamer Able to do at least 10 knots an hour waa an absolute be Beaity. The us raised in England was �2,734 12s. 9d, but work for Hie hip fund bad so axed begun in errand. The Bishop of Bath Ani i Well , formerly of Adelaide re Ferrine to Tfaye missionary work in us Mandy said out of the 42 Iri ands under tie care of the Mel Nodan Mission Tybera were 16 we Cha the missionaries had been unable to touch because the Sou Ojerin Crow would not sail fast enough to enable the to j reach them it Behoved All to new Tai la to the hands of the fusion Ana a up i Jai a disposal so that the work aright not be no stand that the Rismon might go on bravely. Australia had taught expand a lesson regarding the manner in which in thus Hamlor foreign Roa wow could be roused and sustained. It had been a great satisfaction to know that nearly. Quite �3,000 of the �8 care noted dung4sat week would go to tie Benefit of a melanesian mown and Bis re hip understood that about ��000 of that we would be devoted to the new Dup fund. Other speaker who commended the move ment West to met Hampden of governor of new South Wales or. Hot a Provost of Eton Odom Admiral sir a. Bowden Smith i Admiral . Freemantle who thought they ought not to Salt of Leas than �20,000. ?