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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, MACHINERY, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. MACHINERY, &c. Judges— Messrs. F. H. Edwards and T. Atkinson. Alongside the outside display of the Aus tralasian Implement Company Messrs. J3nce Brothers exhibit the Sunshine har vester, manufactured by Hugh V.' McKay, of Ballarat, and which has secured first prize amongst new machines specially adapted for use in this State. The . Sun shine is elegant in appearance and light in construction, yet very strongly built. It strips, winnows, screens, and bags grain (wheat, barley, or oats) ? in almost any weather except when raining, and has even stripped barley in the rain at Millkent dur ing the past harvest. It would not' do to reap in rain for many reasons; although it is a great saving to farmers to be .able to strip on damp or dull days. As the straws with ?the beads are drawn '.into the comb, par--, ticularly shaped in conjunction with the beaters, a- downward action gives a result almost identical' with the action of a com mon scissors, and that i...
"THE REGISTER'S" MATERNITY HOME SHILLING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
'THE REGISTER'S' MATERNITY HiiaiK riHii.l.lXli J«'UAJJ. Shillings. Lady Tennyson ? NWJ His Honor the duet Justice and Lady Way ? 600 Proprietors at 'The Register' ? 200 Mr. and ilrs. William iiunord ? 100 The Archbishop (Jlost Rev. Jolin O'Reily) .. 100 Lord Uicbard Nevill ? 60 Stock Exchange Festivities (per A. & Fotlieringnajn ? SO Father ot five .. ... ? 20 Mrs. Oenyer ? SW Esperance ? 23 Father of Seven ? 7 A. H., 5/; M. £. S., o/; E. B., 3/; Father ot Three, 3/; and Father of Three, 3/; Father ol Two, 2/; Hotter of Nice, 2/ .. 23 G. Wood, Son, K Co ? 5Mi in. Humphrey Marten ? 120 «. J. H. Jlurray ? 200 Lady Bray ? M ? 105 Mrs. Humphrey Marten ? 10J Balance of Uueen'a Wreath Fund, 9/; J. W. O.t 10/; Misses Tilly, 10/6; Ernest Benda, 5/; and D., 2/ ? M Father of Five (second contribution) ? 29 £. H. D ? 20 J. Hornabrook ? 10a Kobt, Kay ? 300 Sir John Colton ..' .. ? . .. ±05 Miss Colton .. ? 105 Mrs. Boundy ? ?0 U. C. E. Muecke ? «9 Mrs. IL C. E. Muecke ? MM & Xew...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
CHATEAU TANUNDA BRANDY CONSUMED THROUGHOUT FEDERATED AUSTRALIA. W. P. AULD & SONS, SOLE uVG-ENXS. \n43tMc Old V atted G uenlivet .WHISKY ^l^0 S*L58?WI' Agents, MILNE & CO. KSr . ' .... ... .i ??..... . V^mla SHIERLAWS IAILWAY BUGS, 9 f , 10/6, 11/6, 13/6 15/6, 17/6, t« 85/ ? , , FLUSH CABRIA6E RUGS, 13/6. 16/$ 21/,ti37/i FOB lUfS in grttLt Taritty . GLADSTONE BAGS, 22/6, 2S/», 29/« t»57/6 IAN1BAGS. 7/6, t/9, 10/6, U 29/6 BUi STRAPS, 94., 1/, 1/9, to 3/9 16&l$,Hn[DLETST. aiLBETS SILVERSTREAM SCHNAPPS ? / ? nEOmwfcii The Massey-Happis Bicyele Depot. SECONDHAND BICYCLES of unequalled rilttf offered' for' the holidays at prices* and terms to Brit the most limited incomes. From £5 upwird*. MASSEY-HARRlTcYCLE DEPOT. N332mwfc ? '? ?'.? -1 ?? ? *' ? ?OAULDINO'S ' AVcll-known Fragrant ESSENCE OF LEMON for Flavouring Jellies, , Custards, - 'Blancmanges, Pies^Puddingv&c. ' It it five times the strength of ordinary essences, and is consequently the-cbeapeet to vs...
A NURSE'S TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
A NUKSE'S TESTIMONY. 'I Lave found a woman alone in an ^unfurnished house: I had to go out at midnight in search of the simplest food. The mere chance of good food would be so much— and then the rest! Women of 40 will tell you that all the ?nest they have over had has been the week or two, or it may be a few days, when a baby was born— and that not real rest with all the surroundings of children and household cares and meals. Think what the home would mean.*'
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
To-day's issue of 'Tire Register' com prises ten pages: '* While' the Orient steamer Oruba was lying at. anchor an Lares Bay on Thursday a- shark, whose huge form could be dis tinctly seen in the clear water, played around the stern for some time, hungering for a plump passenger or a piece of pork, and his longing was gratified by the latter dainty on a .hook. With the suspicion of his species he went around it warily, but at last, when just on the surface, he greedily grabbed it and was hauled up nearly, to the stemrail of the vessel. The coxswain of *he Asteroid deftly supped a bowline over the monster's head, but the weight of the fish was so great that the line broke, and his sharkship, half-drowned and much humili ated, turned a disgusted eye upon the ship and swam awkwardly away. While he hung for a few minutes partly out of the water it was roughly calculated that the creature measured from 15 to 17 ft. . At the sessions of the Methodist Con ference on Thursday morning a lett...
TO-DAY'S DIARY. Friday, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
TO-DAY'S DIARY. Friday. March S. Sin- rises 0.11 a.m.; sots .6.43 p.m. . - Moon rises 7.55 p.m.; sets S.82 a.m. . ' Semaphore. — Low w., 11.45 a.m.; high, 5/45 -p.m. !)-5.— Frome road— Zoological Gardens. i— Jubilee Exhibition Ground*- Adelaide Show, 7.15. — Semaphore— Meeting Methodist Churches. 8.— Federal Hall-Mr. T. H. Webb addresses ejec tors. 8.— Woodside— Messrs. Playford, Addison, Bureoyne, 3nd Poynton address electors. 8.— Institute-Society of Arts. 8.— Victoria square— Institutes' Association. 8.— School of Minos — Lecture on wool, Mr. G. Jef frey. 8.— Trvoli Theatre— Vaudeville entertainment. . a.— HMuto^.-Soyai— .TMuitasa.' '
MURDER IN QUEENSLAND. A MYSTERY CLEARED UP. BRISBANE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
MURDER IN QUEENSLAND. A MYSTERY CLEARED UP. BRISBANE, March 7. The trial of Charles Beokman on a charge of having murdered a man named Ander son was concluded to-day at the Townsville Circuit Court. Beekman was found guilty and sentenced to death. The ease created a great deal of interest in Northern Queensland.' Anderson disappeared, and after a time suspicions fell upon Beck mun, who had been seen in the missing man's company No trace of the body could be found, nor could Beekman be met with by the police. A considerable time elapsed, and then the police found a swag and a ;un on the Boweti Jetty, with a note which had apparently been written by Beekman, stating that Anderson had been accidentally shot while ascending a hill, and that his body had been buried in a certain place. The writer further .said he was tired of being hunted, and had determined to put an end to his existence. The body was dragged for without any result, ant the police arrived at the conclusion that Beckman ...
TWO SHIP'S OFFICERS INJURED. BRISBANE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
TWO SHIP'S OFFICERS INJURED. BRISBANE. March 7. The steamer Duke of Westminster, winch arrived at Brisbane to-day, had a trying ex perience in the Ray of Bisca-. On the night of Januury 8 and the following day a terrrlic hurricane was encountered, and while Gann. the first officer, and Beech, the third officer, were forward trying to se cure the anchor the sea hurled them to the deck with such force that the former sus tained a 'broken thigh and the latter a com pound fracture of the right Ice. The Duke of Westminster put .into Lisbon, and the injured officers were admitted to the hos pital. Two other ottic-ers joined the steamer at Port Said.
PITIABLE DESTITUTION. A SAD CASE. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
PITIABLE DESTITUTION. A SAD CASK. MELBOURNE, March 7. A piteous ease of destitution w;ls brought under the notir-e of the Port, Melbourne Court to-day, when Alice Webb applied to have two of her children, Joseph Webb, a?ed 4, aud Alice, aged 2.1, committed to the department for neglected children. Mr*. Webb said she hud eight children, of whom five were too young to earn any thing and the other three could earn only a few shillings per week. The husband and father had been ill about 18 months with rheumatics. A part of the time he had been in the Melbourne Hospital, but wa= discharged some weeks ago. Since that time he had been lying on a bundle of rags in the house, and this was the best bedding they ]-osses^ed. The rent was overdue, and the family was threatened with ejectment. The case only recently came to light, and the local dorcas soeiet ami the Salvation Army when they became iiwnre of the facts gave what assistance they could. Sergeant Ma3on said the hus band vras a mere sk...
BEEKEEEPERS' APPLIANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
BEEIOLEEPERS' APPLIANCES. AVerc it not for Mr. A. Drage's complete exhibit- much of the interest in this section would be lost. An education is really pro vided by the fine display, extending from maps deahng w.th the physiology and the anatomy of the bee and its relations to flowering plants to the bees themselves. An Italian queen bee is shown with her own progeny', whilst the display of Lang stroth hives and colonies of bees with their production in all stages is most interest inn. The season has been phenomenally good' for honey. That the industry is growing is evidenced by the statement that it-has Deen impossible to supply the de mand for wax to convert into comb founda tions. Whilst Mr. Drage carried all 'be- fore him for bee appliances, the officials decided in .favour of Mr. J. Sincock for extracted honeyC ' ' ' ? ' ? Best comb honey in ' section ' boxes, J. Drage; extracted honey, J. Sincock, .T. Drage; was, .r. Drage; beehive, J. Drage; 'colony of .bees iri ob gervatory. ...
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE. Judges— Messrs. K. Marshall, AlcUallum. J. Darling, D. Packham, C. C. Ragless, and vV. Mallen. Stewards— Messrs. W. Hackett. W. Gilbert, S. Goode. There was a capital exhibition of agri cultural produce. The wheat was of good quality all through, and it well maintained the hich reputation which South Aus tralia Has achieved for the golden grain. The wheat was well cleaned, and the grain excellent. The prize wheat weifrhed 68 Hi., and Kmney ana Sons and Jl Frame took first and second prizes respectively in the 40-bushel and 12-bushel classes. Indeed, the wheat, barley, and oats gave. the greatest satisfaction to the most , critical . jndges. Marshall Brothers, of Hope Farm, Tem plars, had a very creditable exhibit from their experimental plots of wheat in the ftra-w, but the collection was placed out of eiKrrt because it did not comply with the term? of the ctoss, being only, wheat in Plead of four sorts of gram. It was recom nrended .for a special prize as an e...
TRADE AND FINANCE. APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
TRADE AND FINANCE. APPTJS. The Sarpedon, -which saHed from Port Adelaide at the latter end of last week, took in 4,334 caees of apples, 4,160 of which were consigned to London and the balance to Jjiverpooi. At ±lobart this steamer shipped 7,267 cases. The Oruba left for London on Thursday with 431 cases on board from this State— 171 for London, 19G for Fremantle, and 64 for Colombo1 5,300 cases from Hobart, and 576 cases from Melbourne. TALLOW. 'The cables this week indicate the small demand for tallow, sales at the lu»t auc tion being only 141 out of 1,175 casks offer ed. Tor beef! medium, the price receded 3d. per cwt., but mutton, medium, fetched 3d. more tlian last week. The following shows tlie result of the last three sales: — Beef. .Mutton. Casks Casks Medium. Medium. offered, sold, per cwt. per cwt. Fobnurv 10 .. .. !fi» oil 26/3 26/9 February 3f .. ..1,375 li'i 2H./3 26/9 Jlardi 5.. ~ ..1,175 141 20/ 27/ COPPER. it is estimated by the British trade jour nals that there was ...
EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
EARLY CLOSING. ? In connection with a paragraph which ap peared in 'The Register' of yesterday, in which it was stated that several suburban and small (storekeepers had notified their intention of changing their half-holiday to Wednesday, we have been furnished with a list of some of the business people who eon template making the alteration. It- in cludes many prominent establishments in Rundle and Hindley streets, and is repre sentative of all trades. The desire for the change owes its origin purely to ihe fact that the shopkeepers have found that Sa turday closing means a considerable Joss of business to them. More particularly is this felt in regard to customers from places within a short journey of tLc city. It is pointed out that whereas formerly people living at the seaside and on the northern and southern lines were in the habit of com ing into town ort Saturday afternoon, doing their shopping, and then returning by the evening trains or trams, they are now un able to do so,...
AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE. March 7. Pair biBinea was done to-day in wheat at 2/&i alongside ship. Bran realized IIJA to 9Jd. Choice malting barley was sold at .1/4 mid medium do. .r o/n Almrl&n nats were rather nuiet. ordinary feed at J/5, and millini? at 1/6 to 1£7. Maize was dull at 2/81 to 2/fl. Chaff was firm at 45/ to So/. Potatoes were anld up *° '& 10/-' On''18 had nlea at £5 to £5 5/. About 30 tons of Millaquin near was sold. Mildura currants of fine quality cere cleared at 8Jd. and Mildura sultanas at 71d. Fish was active, and 600-1 business was done in Sresh herrings. Bicarbonate of soda commanded ip to a 3/0. About 600 boxes of Schiedam candles :hanged hands for export, and cleared out irapor :ers. Branlxtgn were firm at 4/4 to 4/4J on spot. L'omaacla were quiet at 5/1 to 5/2, according to parcel. Moderate business was done in fencing wire. Kerosine was weak, and large parcels could have been bought at slightly under UJd., while vnall lots fetc...
THE ALLEGED LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE ALLEGED LIBEL CASE. The sessions of the Criminal Court were resumed on 'Thursday morning to enable the Chief Justice to consider the amended plea which had been filed by Mr. J. C. Hamp, on behalf of Charles Walter Chand ler, who is awaiting his trial on a charge of libel. When the case was called on Mr. Hamp intimated- that he had decided to ap ply for leave to strike out tbe plea of justification, and to leave the' issue to be decided on 'a simple plea of not guilty. The Crown Solicitor said be would not oppose the application, although he doubted very much whether Mr. Hamp had the right to withdraw the plea. His Honor said the position was that Mr. Hamp had yielded to the Crown Solicitor's demurrer, and had asked the court .to strike out the plea. Finally His Honor'made an order that the plei of justification should be struck out, and the case was set down for hearing on Tuesday nest.
THE A.N.A. BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE A.N.A. BANQUET. ? The aunual 'banquet' in 'connection with the Soutli Australian branch of the Aus tralian Natives' Association was held in the Exchange Cafe. Pirie street, on Thursday evening, and was attend ed by^some of .South Australia's most eloquent and reoresentative men. The president of the local. board of directors, Lieut-Col. J. ' C). Genders, occupied the chair. The. principal speech of the evening was delivered by Sir Josiah Symon, who proposed 'Australia' in eloquent periods, and. as President of the Australasian Fede ration/League of South Australia, handed to the chairman the following resolution passed by the League: — 'Recognising that the formation of the Australasian Federa tion League of South. Australia was the outcome of action taken by the Australian Natives' Association of South Australia, and, as the object for which the League was created has been' accomplished, the executive, now at its final aiud closing meet ing, resolve' to hand back to the Austral...
THE INSTITUTES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE INSTITUTES' ASSOCIATION. , We have received a copy of the report for 1900 of the committee of the South! Austra lian Institutes' Association, which -will be read at the annual meetins to-nieht. when the Commissioner of Public Works will occupy the chair. The report gives gratify ing testimony to the progress the associa tion has made and to the useful work it continues to perform. One of the objects of the association is to reduce the cost' of supplying literature to country institutes. With this object in view the .committee, in August last, entered into an agreement with a large firm of booksellers whereby English periodicals and hew books were to be supplied to the -'association at a discount. The result has been to reduce the cost of books and periodicals to the institutes to the extent of at least 10 and 30 per cent.' In this action the association is being loyally supported by the majority of the progressive institutes. During the year several parcels of magazines have bee...
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION. The Local Government Association will meet at the council chamber, town hall, Adelaide, this morning. The \ secre tary's circular states:— 'The failure of the Government to pass the Local Government Bill leaves our existing * local governing laws undisturbed, except for the Land Values Assessment Act, which is now law, and another Vermin Act. It is to be hoped that next session of Parliament will pass some measure to consolidate our present local governing laws, which at present re quire extension so as to give the local go verning bodies those powers which the modern development of municipal govern ment has made so necessary. In connection with the health regulations your committee has endeavoured to get them altered or modified; and Mr. C. Tucker, M.P., on their behalf tabled a notice of motion in favour of the alterations suggested. This notice was withdrawn by Mr. Tucker on -the Govern ment promising to introduce some amend ments to the Health Act a...
CENSUS COLLECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
CENSUS COLLECTORS. In the 'Government Gazette' of March 7 appears a list of persons appointed by His Excellency the Governor to be collectors of census, agricultural, and other statistics, and collectors under 'The Electoral. Code, 1S96,' in the respective districts. All householders are warned that they will sub ject themselves to a penalty of £5 if the householders' schedules left with them by the collectors be not fully and faithfully tilled an for delivery on the morning of Monday, April 1, 1901, the day appointed by proclamation for taking the census of the State. Collectors will be furnished with the necessary instructions and forms at an early date.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WINES. The Minister of Agriculture has received a report from Mr. E. B. Young, manager of the London Wine Depot, dated January 25, stating that the sales of wine from the depot during 1900 exceeded 100,000- gallons, and that so far during the present year the increase has been well maintained.