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SOCIAL TO MR. C. R. MORRIS. I [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
SOCIAL TO MR, C. R. MORRIS. On Friday evening the- .employes of Messrs. Walter & Morris tendered a fare well social in the Working Men's Hall, Port Adelaide, to Mr. C. R. Morris,, who will leave shortly on a tour around the world. There were over 100 people pre sent.; Mr. T. Bryant presided. After the toast of 'The King' had ? been ? honoured Mr. Farr submitted 'The firm of Walter and Morris,' and paid a tribute to their worth as employers. Tlie firm 'held a high position in the commercial world to-day. The business had been built up by perse verance and*, integrity, arid the ' employers thoroughly deserved the success'that had come to them; (Hear, hear.) He present ed Mr. Walter with a photographic group .of the employes. The toast having been dmnk with musical honours. Mr. Walter returned thanks. ' It was ' about 14 years since Mr. Morris and himself took over the business of the Sarnia ' Timber Yard, and for several years they had a hard fight to establish 'trade. The fac...
PORT PIRIE RACKS [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
PORT PIRIE RACES' '', The following are 'the acceptances for thei races to be held.at l'ort Pirieion March 13:— HUEDIX RACE, st. lb. ; . ' ' st. lb' Petrel ? 11 12 Falcon .-....,. 9 10 Harry ? 11. 9 i Sympathy . . .; . 0 3 Maggie, Moore . . 9 10 _J ' H AUTDMX HANDICAP, Restless ..... .''9 7 J Common-.'' . , ... w 71U Harry ...... 8 10 I Purragoiosa . ., . . 7 0 FLYING UANPHiU'. - Restless ? 9 8 Bemlixo . . . i.,. . 7 5 Mcrriwa ...... 9 3 Countess ? 73 Harold ? '8-0 Fjiglish Ivy. ...... 7 2 Red Carlee . . . .. 7 ,' 8 Tomboy. . :.-i (,. 7 0 LADHS' BKACELCr. Rosarian ..... U 11 1 Albertina . . ', . . 9 ' 0 Maggie Moore ... 9 fi \ Colin'. . . .' , .'. j 0 Trot— Noble, Chester, Chate»n,. Flof rie,- Heelie, Shavings. ' ? . f Trial Stakes (special weights).— AlbAitina, Coun tess, Tomboy,. Turpjn, 'Falcon, Coot^'ardic, Manse, Lenin, Cronjc, Rosarian, Pastil(!,'-D«3ngoa
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
SMI!;;' . The racehorse.W'amoi'.H., by 'Enfilatle-7- Melpdie, who won 'the last Western. ;Auiv tralian Dertrj', ' is ' on b/oard the steams-ir P,aroo,. which arrived 'froni .Perth on Fiar day. The colt is'being taken: to .the eastern States.' ?.?'?';? v-.;V::.;^. ,./'' ??' ',' ?' ? : ''. : ' SYDNEY,;MarchK. .- Blue: Metal ? has been .': scratched rfor .? the Sydney- uCy-. -; ''??,.'?'.?-?' ?* '?-?' ' ' '' ': - . ?
TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
TEMPERANCE. »? Temperance Demonstration.— On Thursday even-' ing, March '7, a. demonstration in connection iwith. Our Boys'. Institute, Senior Temple, I.O.G;T.,. was held in the large gymnasium hall. Wakeflcld street. f At 7.30 a torchlight pi'occasion of Good Templars and juvenile Teriiplars left the General Post Office headed by t lie O.B.I, drum and fife band, and marched through some .of tlie principal streets. Oil arrival at the hall it was found to be already crowded,. so that there was not room* for the hun dreds who had followed the procession.' Stirring temperance addresses were given by. JUr. J. H; Sin; clair and the Rcv.w; 11. Potts. Mr. Kirkham Evans, superintendent, of the Temple, explained that the O.B.I, branch liad been started with the object of trying to. check and comliat the growing evils amongst young people- of intemperance' pro fanity,, smoking, and gambling. The totalizator wa3 responsible for untold mischief amongst young people, and it 'would be necessary t...
TO-DAY'S DIARY. Saturday, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
TO-DAY'S DIARY. Saturday. March 9. Son rises 6.11 sura.; sets G.42 p.m. Moon, rises 8.3ft p.m.; seta 9.29 a.m. Semaphore— Low water, noon; .high, 0 po, J-5.— Fromc mad— Zoological Gardens. I-S.— Town Hall— Kloct ion for mayor. t.30.— Jnbilec Oval— Adelaide show. !.— Largs Bay— Tennyson Cup Rare. ? . U— Port River— Champion Eight-oar Race. Sveiiinir.— Children's Hospital— Continental. L— Oddfellows' Hall, Port— Social to Mr. G. R. . Morris. ? t— Trroli Theatre-rVandevillc entertainment. J.— Theatre Royal— 'Tannhausr.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
, SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Special Removal Notice. NoSiiDnion Fire Insurance Society, ! WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED THE FIRE BUSINESS OF THE SOOTH AUSTRALIAN INSURANCE CO., LD. e — ' I Clients are notified that on and after Wednesday next, 13th March, the Business of the Society will be carried on in the NEW OJF PICES, situate NATIONAL MITI'AL BUILDINGS, .\EXT BA&K OF ADELAIDE, 89, KIXG WILLIAM STREET, ADELAIDE. : *x .- ? B. A. PAXroif, Local Manager. Jn nnUfn I tailor asi ll ?KliWH I OUTFITTER, ? U. IIU II LLL. 11, Ituadlestrtet. . ? ? 'waif MR. FRED ESKELL,BENTIST ate ESKELL & TATTEESALL, 32, King Wm. st ?Sfc* OCKLE'S PILLS. FOR BILE. COCKLES PILLS. FOR LIVER. ; COCKLE'S PILLS. _ FOR ACIDITY. COCKLE'S PILLS. FOR HEARTBURN. COCKLE'S PILLS. ? FOR INDIGESTION, --OCSKLE'3 PILLS.' O FOR SICK HEADACHE, COCKLE'S PILLS. %u? IN USE EVERYWHERE. COCKLE'S PILLS. ' W FREE FROM MERCURY, COCKLE'S PILLS. W IN USE OVER 94 YEARS. In Bo«s at Is lid, 2s. 9i, fc. 6A. Us., and 22k Of iHMrf...
THE SHIPPING TRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
THE ' SHIPPING ' TRADE. The' present week has not* witnessed anj marked improvement in shipping buaness at Port Adelaide, and the quiet condition of trade has been indicated bv the number of unemployed in the streets of the seaport. Of the 16 arrivals nofewerthanl2were deep- eci vessels. Most of these reached port in the early part of the week. Among the visitors were the Holt liner Sarpedon, from Hobart; the White Star liner 'Medic, with general cargo, from Lverpool; the steamer Dunbar, from NeSv York (general); Gulf of Taranto, from Manchester (general); the barque Inga, timber laden, from Sunds vaal; the Blue Anchor trader Warrigal, with assorted lines, from London; and the steamer Zoroaster, which reached Port Adelaide from London during Friday. The Sarpedon, which left on Monday, inaugu rated the fruit trips to Hobart to be made by the steamers of the Ocean Steam hip Company during the season. She carried in her holds 1,160 cases of apples for the United Kingdom. Advice lias be...
TENNYSON CUP RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
TENNYSON CUP RACE. This afternoon the second race for the 'Tennyson Cup,' ? presented to the Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron by His Excellency the Governor, will be held, over a course extending from abreast of the Largs Bay Jetty, round the Bell Buoy, round the lighthouse, and up the Port River to the club's shed. Eight entries have been received, and an interesting con test between the crack yachts of the squad ron is expected. Lord Tennyson will view the first portion of the race from H.M.C.S. Protector. . Last year the cup was won by ...r. E. P. Belt's Alexa. ? It has to be raced for live times before becoming the property of the one who establishes the best. record for the series. A launch will leave Largs i-ay Jetty at 2 o'clock to follow, the race.
THE CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
THE CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. The- election of a representative for the whole of .the. councils in the metropolitan area on the Central Bpard of Health has been completed. .J-ast year Col. Rowell re signed the position, to go .to South Africa, and Mr. C. G. Gun- was by. a large ma jority appointed to succeed him. The hi unntml election began-this year, in January., There were five' candidates— Mr. J. W. Caire, Mayor of Port Adelaide, who re tired in favour of the ? city nominee, Mr. J. R. Baker; Mr. A. Mackie, Mayor, of Unley; Mr. J. Mattingly, Mayor of Nor wood, who withdrew early in the proceed ings'; Mr. J. R.' Baker, who Avas again no minated by the city- council;* arid Mr. C. G. triirr. Much interest has been mani fested by municipal and district councils in the contest,' but the result shows that Mr. Gurr still holds the confidence of a large majority of the councils, as he has been re turned by '12 votes to 6. .He has for many years taken a keen interest in health mat ters. Ab...
CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
CONCERNING' PEOPLE. Sir 'John Forrest, Federal Minister of Defence, enjoys the ? distinction of being the titst candidate elected to the Federal Parliament. lie was on Friday returned unopposed for the House oi Representa tives as member for Swan district. , Mr. F. L. Weiss, a teacher, was 'nominated, but »s he did not make the de posit required for forfeiture in the .event of the- candidate not polling a certain number of votes, his paper -was not ac cepted by the returning officer. Mr.. Peacock, the Premier .of ? Victoria, was tendered a complimentary banquet &. l.'luncs last night in honour of his attain ing the position of Premier. There were 150 parsons present, and the proceedings were most successful. , . , . . .In accordance with instructions received from the Commonwealth Minister of De fence fhc' Commandant of the South Aus tralian Military Forces of -South Australia, Brigadier-General ? Gordon, left -by the ex press for Sydney on Friday, to be a mem ber of a, comm...
A NURSE'S TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
A NURSES TESTIMONY. 'I have found a woman 'alone in an unfurnished house; I bad' to go out at midnight in 'search of the simplest food. The mere eliance of good food would lie so, much—and then the rest! Women of 40 will tell you, that all the rest they have ever 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.' , .
FAREWELL TO MR. H. P. BEAVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
FAREWELL TO MB. H. P. BEAVER. .V comnlimcntarj' . social ?„*'»». given by the employes'' of WUiam' 'Drtmold, Limit ,cd, .ion-.'ruefday Irjatcnirig:.-.:- to::-; Wd-* A^5* ? ivnll tn.-Hr^Jlnrfliw-R.-Bfavor, tliaic.nouulai\,iiQa... .. well-kiiown manager. -The jp»thering-toQk..placc' at the Se'lbornc Hotel, where ' dlhlicr. was provided;- -; There was -a good representative »tte!ridanc«i'!pre-— - sided ovrr by. Mr.'H.' N. Brady, who TepTescnts' the -?- ? ' London lioanl -of directors. in.. Australia... Me J..,. . ltawcs, on behalf of liis fellow-omploye», presented , Mr. ? 8eaverrwitli an, illumipated. address., He ex-. . pressed the feeling of all present in saying that he ? deeply regretted his-leanng. -PerabntUy .ho bid ? known him for over 11 years, and during that time, Mr, Beaver had~,always impressed him 1 witli -his, ..t. gentlemanly. (-pnducLaud cqnsider?tron'.,'iur.;itUDJ,e,'' .' working with him. 'jHtf Avished him all prSspcrlty ?ind Antinued'sueeefa -in the years : to come....
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
THE WEATHER. Reports on Friday morning showed tine weather throughout. South Aus tralia and the eastern States, with a hieh-barometer area to the east of New South Wales. Mr. Grif fiths remarked on Friday at midday: — 'A moderate low pressure Is approaching us from- the Great Bight, on the advancing side of which we have high and rising tem peratures and northerly ??: winds,1- -and fol lowing there is unsettled weather^ '-'.which is anecting the whole of the 'western State^ with variable rain.' In these'- conditions, we will probably 'have during the' next twenty-four hours hot- weather at firsj;, with northerly winds,. followed by;; a cool change during the evening -or night, with winds moderate to fresh 'from west to south-west. Showery weather will prevail as the' change passes.' Mt'-Wragge issued the following forecast . on ^'Friday :— 'Soij^h. Australia'.— Hot. northerlies, jperea-ing..iin dryness,.then a cool shift towards -the. west and south-west, with K duststof ms,-'' elec...
A CODLIN MOTH PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
A CODLJN MOTH PROSECUTION. A case of considerable -interest to barriers and fruitgrowers was heard^before -'Messrs: J. Hague and\S. O. SmHhvE tfii-^ns3^011 Local Court on Thursday' March' 7.;. Christ tmn Ha'hn, a carrier and' farmer, of Lighfs Pass, was ? charged, on the information1 of George Quin, Ohief Inspector of Fruit, with having acted in :i manner calculated to cause the, distribution of cpdlinmotb. Mr. J. II. Sinclair prosecuted on behalf of the Crown, and Mr. Heuzenroeder defended. The evidence disclosed the fact ; that on February 19 the defendant was seen by In spector Trimmer- to deposit a load of .re turned fruit cases in a yard adjoining the tine orchards of Messrs. Warnecke Brothers at Nuriootpa. On being examined the cases were found to be badly infested by the larvae and pupae of codlin moth. The cases were subsequently submerged on ajboiling solution of caustic Soda tosdestroy the in sects. The evidence of the defendant show ed that, although he had been cautioned...
THE PLAGUE PATIENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
THE . PLAGUE PATIENT. The Chief Secretary has been officially informed that' the plague' patient Jit. the Quarantine Station' was progressing favour ably on Friday morning. None of the con; tacts have shown signs of the disease.. The Central Board of Health has made certain recommendations to the Chief Secretary in reference to .the fumigation' of -vessels ar riving from infected ports, and for .the use of tarred ropes between ships and wharfs. The Chief Secretary has approved of them subject to any modification, to which the board may agree. Notices were sent to all the Australian Governments and all the foreign consuls on Friday that plague exist ed in South Australia: ;.' '; '
THE ELECTION FOR MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
THE ELECTION FOR MAYOR. The election to fill the vacancy in the mayoralty of the City of Adelaide will take place to-day. Last December Mr. A. W. Ware was returned by a substantial ma jority over Mr. W. Jones, but he^ was un seated on the petition of the unsuccessful candidate. Mr. Ware is again seeking the occupancy of the civic chair, but on this occasion he. will be opposed by Alderman Wells. Mr. Jones was also nominated. He has withdrawn in favour of Mr. Wells, but his name will have to appear on the ballot paper. Polling will take 'place in all the wards. . ?
Q.C. OR K.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
Q.C. OR K.C. At the Supreme Court on Friday morning Mr. Justice :Kou«mt said he had noticed that, since the demise of the Crown, practi tioners who held the position of Queen's Counsel had been designated by the letters 'K.C.' According to his reading-bf' the law. this was inaccurate. Under the com': mon law the commission of Quern's Counsel would lapse immediatdy on the demise of tie Crown, and unless new patents were issued lawyers holding that office would not be entitled to wear silk. By virtue of a statutory enactment, however, they were entitled to retain the title for six months afteiv the death of. the sovereign by wliwu it was. conferred.; 'Sir Joeiah Symon* sa$d he agreed with, His ;Honor that theiie was no 'authority for; the designation 'King's Counsel.' They, were still Queen's, Coun sel, and unless new patents were issued at the raid of the period mentioned they would not be entitled to retain the silk gown. Jiis Honor said Jie had raised the' question^ be-_ cause 'he ...
THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. 'Friday, was a busy,. day' at the camp. In the morning the applicants for commissions were subjected to a riding test, and in most cases their horsemanship was satisfactory. Owing to the, absence from1 the colony of Col. Dean Col. Lovely assisted Col. Fen guson in judging. The men 'in camp were told off ? in sections-; for' their tents, and several noncommissioned officers were ap pointed. ' 'A: few of the men have been re jected owing to their failure in the shobt ing' test and other causes, and there is now the correct , pumber of men under canvas. The -Horse selection committee held an inspection of animals offered for sale to them at the Old Exhibition Grounds on Friday afternoon, and from 120 horses they chose -7, most of those brought before them being of a. poor and unsuitable de scription. During their tour, in the- north, however, the committee were more success ful, and in some towns they secured, as many as 20 and 30 mounts. The whole of the horses o...
THE NORTH AND NORTH-WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
THE NORTH AND NORTH-WEST. The Commissioner of Public .Works (Hon. R, W. Foster) has received from the railway authorities at Oodnadatta* a. .bundle of the grass which, has sprung up since the recent rains. It- is quite 12 inches * long, and most of.it is in flower. Three weeks ago this country -was 03 bare as a maca damized road, but heavy rain 'fell, and at present toe whole district is carpeted with rich feed.' At Hergott Springs the same gratifying condition prevails. Mr. Foster says that throughout the north the indica tions are that the forthcoming season will be one of the most favourable known dur ing the last' decade. The Commissioner re cently met a gentleman from the- Gawler Ranges, who told him that from Pandurra through the ranges oa to Fowler's Bay the rainfall averaged from two to four. inches. 'At Corunna Station steady rain fell from Monday -until- Saturday without ceasing. In two months' tiine' he believed that on the station there will not be a store sheep. iDogs h...