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THE AUTUMN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

THE AUTUOT SHOW. The Autumn Sho\v;i of' th^Rciyal. Agricul tural and Horticultural' Sqcigty' was con tinued on JVidayc'.Prbl^blyionino'.previous jccasion was the .snow -so destitute of coun try visitors, bnt'thoseiivinn; in fhe city and suburbs rallied, in stronK-fgrce,.and there is no reasoa wJiy/.theienerde'tic iiid amiable secretary, Mr. J, Creswell, sWuld not, pro duce to his committee a balahce.slieet that will at least eqii^VH' not 'aiirpjiss;; the tak ings of the secbrid'day twelve rn'6nths' ago. AlthouRh they .-did not come in force there were representatives from all parts1 of the colony, many of them combininR the busi ness which had brought them to town with the relaxation to be found in doing' the rounds of the concert hall, the machinery deriaTtme'ht, ' and last, Wt, by ' no means lea^t, the showrinj?,' wherein horses of all shapes and sizes were to be seen. After the first, day. the rvag/in the Rreat attrac tion, and. the familiar facps of .show, frer nuenters are to b...

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CRICKET. ALDINGA V. ALMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

CRICKET. '.AririTvru v ai.MA:1 '?? A''matcu'rwa8 played on the Adelaide' Oval on Thursday, March 7, between a team' from the Aldinga district and one representing the old Alma team which included' men vihd have records to show that they have held foremost places in the ranks of country cricket. An enjoyable game ended in a victory, for. the Aldiuga men, who had a. first use of the wicket. H. Hayes and E. J. M'hea'ton started off well, but at 32 Coleman. clean bowled Hayes for 19. - Thpn Don McRae stepped to the crease, and 'with \Vheaton ,took the score to 07, when McRae was caught behind the wickcC for -18. A. Lovelock joined Whcaton, but at 104 .-the latter was bowled for. 54, .made in his : usual ^jtyle.' C. llcRae 20 and ? the stonewaller Hurrel 27 not out were the only other batsmen who troubled the bowlers. J. Howard 36, J. Good 33, and F. Watts 29 were the only men in . the old Alma team who troubled the bowlers. Scores:— Aldinga.— H. Hayes, . b. G. Coleman, 19; E. J. Wneaton...

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THE COUNTRY. COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL TO MR. F. J. GILLEN. MOONTA, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

THE COUNTRY. GOMPLIMBNTARY SOCIAL TO MR. F.: . ' . J. GILLEN. a'. '..'... ? MOONTA, March 7 Mr. ¥.' J: ? Gillen,---: b.M.-, ? post and telegraph master, who takes 'his departure' on March 9 with Pro fessor . Baldwin Sbericeh for Gehtral' Aus tralia, in the interests of .ethnology, was tendered -a complimentary, social- on Wed nesday evening. The attendance was large. The mayor. ?.jurV Cock) presided. ? After tlw loyal 'toasts, 'the chairman proposal 'Our Guest,1' and referred to the services of Mr.'Gillenat Moontj. ' it was gratify ing -that their guest was about to engage in Ecien-tm'c: work- of such importance. Sucli a mission would refkct^hpiiour on the town. On behalf of the citizens of . Mpdnta and those present he'irashed him'^everyMsuctess,'. and hoped that at the end of twelve months he wouldjreturn in health .-and happiness. (Cheers.) The'toust was 'drunk with en thusiasm.' Mr.' G. F. Donaldson wurmly supported. Mr.G. T. BiU, jn supporting, said Mr. Gillen's, mission, would...

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DRAMATIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

J)RAMT1G:NOJES;' ; ? FBy Bohemian.!. ? - 31iss Joan Burnett, who has made such a hit' in 'The * Wedding (iu'est' at the Uar ricjc Theatre, is.' (says an KnKlish exchd'nge) the 'daucuter of Jenuv Lee, oi;'Jo' fame. -She is.ia' charming little lady, and made ner rirst appearance at- Urury l^aiie 'in. .May, 18815, in Sir Augustus Harris's revival ot '/Jo.' .She has since ??appeared with great Success «t the Havmarket in ?'The -Little .Minister,' in Miss Sidney Fairbrother's part. She is a clever, biiglit scion, of a Clever family, and is steaUilv improyrug. in talent and popular appreciation, and may hope to rival- her mother yet in reputation, lor Jenny Lee's is worldwide. .Jlr. George 31usgrove is very good to his mother. His last. act of lilial 'aftectiou was to present her with a handsome brougham, horse, and coachman.. ^li\ AlusRrove bought a pretty Jiouse at Putney Hill,, where he settled, his mother, and sisters. ?'.? AJarie Lloyd, Alec. Hurley, Austin' Eiidd, iind V'nink Latona...

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GRAND OPERA AND LEGEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

GKAXD OPERA AND LEGEND. The 'grandest scenic effects in the current season of grand opera have evidently been reserved for the end. The magnificent scale on which the whole of the scenery, the dresses, and the stage effects have been organized can be fully realized only when such a vision of loveliness as the Hall of Venus in 'Tannhaiiser' is brought to view. The story upon which Wagners great opera is based is most fascinat ing—full of mystical, allegorical, and deep moral significance, and yet arising from events which in themselves were simple, enough. The real Tannhauser was a minstrel knight or minnesinger, who lived in the thirteenth century.' He wandered from court to court in Germany, was almost everywhere re ceived with favour, and was famed for his gallantry, his melodious voice, and his talent for writing verses. Finally, however, he wasted his fortune, ap parently in riotous living, aud disap peared from view. No one knew where he had gone when he was missed at the Court...

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The Register ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 9. 1901. ARMY CHIEFS AT LOGGERHEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH. 9. 1901. ARMY CHIEFS AT ' ?LOUUKKH'EADs. It bad long been suspected that- dur- ing their terms of office respectively as Secretary of State for War and Com mander-in-Chief of the Forces the Marquis of Lansdowne .and Viscount AVolseley did not work togetber.in har mony; so that the -mutual recrimina tions, albeit they were expressed with 'suavity of manner and courtesy, which were uttered by their Lordships in the House of Peers a few days ago, did not take the nation by surprise. Everybody felt that the facts would have -to be made public, 'and -perhaps the sooner, the better. The debate re vealed the War Office in a very un favourable light, particularly -by in dicating the lack, of a proper under standingbetween the tivir and military branches concerning the .exact nature of their duties and the limits of their responsibilities. Military! affairs must be in a sad muddle when differences of opinion can exist on. the questions whether the responsibility fo...

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MORE ADELAIDE PROOF. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

MORE AD]!3LAlblilrx4OOF' '. Frbni'Portf-Adelaide. Proof firm ,. and V. unshaken comes from Mr£L^K/.,^ougtes^^j^i84treetiv Albertbn'. It -is proof becauge'i't- is cb'nvincing.-.'^hd ;it is 'convincing because it is built .iipbaiacto'. and facts never iail;to; prove. The lady's evidence;' is simple, and 'given witjh honesty ' of , .pufposei. She states: 'Doan's Backache. Kidney,.' Pills had a''! wonderful ' effect' ?; on \ '.me. ''?:;' They did me the world of gooil. -f or upwards of three' years I: had been a sufferer from kid ney complaint. My kidneys were very weak, and the secretions were- a source of great worry to me'. This caused my sleep to be veify broken, and conseqtr-intly Iwould be quite done up when I arose in the morning. Sly back also troubled me a great deal, the pains being very' severe, and extending from the small of my back up between the shoulders and down my limbs. ? At times I was unable to move, and although several doctors treated trie they only gave me tem So...

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DEPUTATIONS. EXTENDING THE BUNDALEER WATER SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

DEPUTATIONS. EXTENDING . THE - r BUNDALEER - WATER SCHEME. .,; ' ,: On Friday morning the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. R. W. Foster), receiv ed, a deputation from ? the residents;..of .dis tricts of Wooroora. and Stanley, asking that the Uundaleer water scheme should be pom-' pleted. ?; About 20 pentlemen were . present,, including the Hons. E. Lucas and T.jPas coe, M.uO.'s, and Messrs. 3. W. Oastinitv J. Miller, and AV'. p.-Cummins,' M.K .'.Mr. Cdijtine, .member for.,lWooTobra, .injirodiiced the deputation. 'He said that, the rcsideiits' werer sa'dlyXin . need .of ,-waterj. and lidPtSd tha.t the Conunia=ioner woul^ meetc,theni'; in their great ?necessity. -..Years , ago when the royal commission, ^ijap'o^ted, the ./residents . did not feel . .equal.,, to paying the '. heavy -rate asked, ^but.' as the Government in their wi?dbriV ' had seen fijb to reduce the rates the 'residijiits, now agieed to it. They asked that 'a-. main should be. plat-etl froni.,,the'' prciwit; iyiit'ei...

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ADELAIDE HOSPITAL BOARD. Friday, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

ADELAIDE-HOSPITAL BOARD. . '.Friday! March 8'-V '. ? ? Present-— The cliainnan (Mr. C. Tucker, M.P.), Drs. Rogers, Hayward, and Hill, Mesa-s. .1. White, T. F. ' Wiglej-, W. G. Coombs. W. A. Robinson, and A. Mackie, and Mesdarae3 Cullen and Edwards. , .The senior resident -medical ofBcer'si'e port for 'the fortnight- ended March J was as follows: — Patients admitted, 151; dis charged, 142; died, 10; now dn hospital; 256; outpatients treated, .738, of whom 162 .were new. Causes of dt-athsr-Pulmpnary^ phthisis, gangrene of lung, burns, ?? nephritis, febris enteriea, hemiplegia, .epilepsy, . ulee'ratiye colitis. In the institutiou^T-27. cases of ty phoid fever and 3 cases of scarlet fever.

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SEMAPHORE STORM FUND. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

SEAL4.PH ORE; STORM FUND,. To the Editor. Sir--A paragraph iii-'The Register!' .has notified tlie public iliat the Port- Adelaide committee of the Semaphore storm fund has decided,- ''owing to lack of public inte rest in the matter, to return. the;Kubscnp tion.-i sent to diem. The funds were evi dently sin-ill, , out,, a little' is better than nothing, and 1 should be glad. of whatever I can get in helping to rebuild the little mission room-, at . Mellor Park, . which ? was totally, destroyed by tlie storni. :We are now- rebuilding, and I '.? am -pleased to, say that tho subs-enptions sent in to me to'date arc encouraging;, but more is necessary, ; as we are enxious to ;,open the building free- of,, debt. May- 1 therefore appeal to .those- who so kindly sent^aid to- the Port, committee to forward their. subscriptions to. me, and I can assure them that they will- be most jfrratefully received .,and fakhfully applied to the use fbr .which they were: sent. We need i'100 to put. the bui...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

SHIPPING. Time Bill.— Ball dropped at Hi. Om. 03., March S, norrespondinjj to 15U. 30m., March 7, Greenwich mom time Semaphore, March U— Low water, 12 noon; high water, 6 p.m. March 10.— Low water, *z.ia p.m.; liiffh water, 6.15 p.m. . ARRIVED.— March 7. Investigator, steamer, 315 tons, C. Anderson, master, from Spencer's Gulf ports. Passengers— llr. and Mrs. Wright anil child, .Misses B. and R. Moselcy, Messrs. .1. Willis, and G. Virgin, in the saloon. Ciirgu— 30 bales wool, 2 do. sheepskins, 100 tons pi? iron, 50 tons bran and pollard, S tons lead, and large quantity empties and sundries. March S. Pilbarra.. steamer, 3.U0O tons, J. L. Ward, mas ter, from 'Sydney and Melbourne. Passengers— Misdamcs Hodnes, W. A: tspangler and iniant, I.. Mack, Ch-amurook, tirapt, Hemon, A. A. lliomas and infant, K. Tliumas, Fell, W. Angus, Randall, McCarthy and iniant, Duffy,. Downey and child, Jlowson and three chiluren, Christie and three tdiildrcn, Devine, A. Green arid infant, Mann. \V. .lones,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

| ? : -i A, r ' \ l Every Package of our - LION Self-Raisinj Flour Is now encircled with a Registered Mii BAND. D. & J. FOWLER, LIMITED. -;.'?/ ? ' .' ?-,-'- ' ' ' n66ths73 WRDEH'S HEADACHE WAFERS ' «* a, Speedy, Silt, and Hfectutl Cnre, '? , Is. « Box. J,- B. BURDEN, CHEMIST, , 45, Enr WHEtm street. nT7tfj | THE LAUNDRIES which tarn out the-btst w«rlc lisa 'GLACIATED' STARCH. . fh« mtst tasily worked witbttaa but results. ' . ASK FOE SPECIAL LIQUEUR KEEGAN'S WHISKY SOU! AGENTS, RANDALL & BOUCAUT. nIOtsc flakes the Hair grow. Clears the Complexion. Softens and whitens the Hands. Preserves - and beautifies the 5kih; of In fants and Children. 0-AbKlately pn«. ddiciUIy mediated, nm-riilnely ' cffeetiTe, Coticcba Boat it not only the motttffictcioui of ikis purifiers «nd beistilen, out the pnrett ut ?wMtettoftoUet,bttlr,«ndbtby«»p^ - ,. Sold by ill Colonttl ChemiiU. Fottib Dice m» Cbim. Coir., SolePrept, Boitoo, U. 8. A. ? ???.- «S FRUIT SALT.' A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR All...

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OVERSEA SHIPPING. London, March 8. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

OVERSEA SHIPPING. London, March S. ARRIVALS. At United ivjugdotn-r-John o' Gaunt, barque, from Timaru October 24; Cum brian Princess, steamer, from Melbourne November 20; MacdufF, shin, from Lvttel ton .November 5; Urunel, barque, from G'ee long October 31; Gulf of Siam, steamer, from Brisbane November 22; Content, barque, from Uunbury October 3; !-t. Ro nald, steamer, from Port Piric January IS; Nejtsfiold, steamer, from Sydney November 22. ? At New York-Edward L. Mayberry, barque, from Auckland October 20. DEPARTURES. For Sydney— Parkdale, barque, from Ant werp; Bielefeld. .For Newcastle— Alstor. For Port Adelaide— Queen of Cumbrk and Britannia. For Bnisbane— TSnana. For Kremantle— Caesarea. For Melbourne— Anaurus, ship, from London.

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THE COMMONWEALTH. THE ROYAL VISIT. FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

THE COMMONWEALTH. THE ROYAL VISIT. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.' A' large and representative meeting of the members of the 'Autralasian National League was held in the banqueting room «f the town kill on 'Friday 'morning,' March 8. The president, Mr. B. A. Monlden, pre sided, and said he was extremely gratiiied to meet so many; members from all parts ot the colony. 'He trusted that they fully recognised the gravity cf. the position, and would endeavour to come to a decision chat wonid meet -with tlie 'approval of members gen-smlly. ' The executive had given the imestions submitted to the meathig the fullest consideration, and he trusted thai the recommendations it- had made would meet frith acceptance. After full considera tion, the meeting determined to recom luc-nd for support:— For the Senate— Sir Richard Baker. 'M.L.C. Sir John Downer, M.I1.. Mr. W. 'Copley, ALP.. Hon. T. Play ford, M.P., and Hon. D. M. Charleston. For the House of Representatitves— 'Messrs. R, C'aldwell: P; MoM. Glynn, V...

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PORT ADELAIDE: Friday, March 8. [Before Messrs. W. Mussared and J. Morris.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

PORT ADELAIDE: Friday. March S. IBefori Meftrs. W. -Uussared andi3. Morris,] : Kdward.tMurcb, \v;l-o appeared -OT,nrt-mana,--v-« churgeil, on the infannation «f lUchajd.ltliJim'l-. ton; with having 911 or about FebriurX'.a stolen a , quantitv of fill-ins' 'U&ifc Valu--d'^'the' r-to- [ pertj- of the, infdrmam. .The eviuenee snowea that tlw tackle was left in the locker of a- boat owned by Hamilton. On February 8 he viaitedv the boat'and missed the articles. from; thQ.locker, which, had been broken :? open. .The^deiendant disposed of tho -tackle for .'..a*.' Accu3e4,,'w'-0, pleaded.' guilty,, was ordered -to' pay 40s., or itt, default lo go t6 ' gabl' for a 'month; ? [Before Mr.'W.' Johnstone,'S.M.]' ': ' ? Willinm Wiliiams and Edgar P. Sanderson were cliarsed, on the information- of Sub-Inspector Doyle, that, not being, l'ona-flde ^'-ayelleis. or lodgers, they ,obtal'ncd;liqUftr;ift)j.tlibt'v-Raihvay Hotel on Sunday, MifrcH S5-*MKiffi W. Dempster appeafe'd' for' th^etenfttoK:...

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POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Friday, March 8. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., and F. J. Whithy.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

' J-0LICE GOUKTS. ADELAIDE: Friday, March S. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., and F. J. Whitbv.l Hcnn- Quintan was charged, on remand, on ihe informafion of Klli-n Rosscr, married woman, with stiiking'hcr in the fac-e with a bottle on Kovcraber . H. *klr- It. II. Lsthlcan annearcd for the nrase iiitrix.' ? The CA-idcnce for the prosecution was to lie effect that the i-onij)lainant was sitting in front r-f her house when the accused sought to enter. Rlic refused admittance and attem-auci to push him away, 'when he struck her with a bottle. She was severely, lacerated, and had to seek medical aid. The., defendant pleaded ihat he knew nothing of thealleged assault, and secured an adjournment till Mondny to prove an alibi. J. M. Cohen was charged, on the information of I'.lijah Ale.vand.er, licentec of the South Australian Hotel, with having passed a valueless cheque, on February 27, for £6, which was not paid ou pre sentation. Kenianded for a week. lilhct Bercsford was charged on the i...

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THE LAW COURTS. INSOLVENCY COURT. ADELAIDE: Friday, March 8. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

^THr'ES¥I!0UEfSr INSOLVENCY COURT. ? ADELAIDE: Friday, March 8. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell.] In the matter of Hcniy l'urvis, formerly or North Adelaide, botelkceper, now of Hope Valley, out of business; adjourned final hearing. Uis Honor delivered his deferred judgment. He said mat tne examination oi me insolvent ana me in vestigation of his affairs could only be regarded as unsatisfactory to liis creditors, and certainly unsatisfactory to that court. He bad already had something to say about the insolvent's bookkeep ing, or, rather, lack of bookkeeping, and total absence of accounts. The information which he had given was ronteing, . inconsistent, and un satisfactory in. the highest decree. No effort had apparently been made to enable him to know bis own position, or fo be able to provide bis credi tors with any 'information on the same point. Kven an ignorant man, when in business, should keep his books in aieh a manner that he could ' end out in a reasonable time ...

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THE FEDERAL TARIFF. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

THE FEDERAL TARIFF. To the Editor. Sir— Thirty-two pounds i-er week is, I be lieve, the salai-y of a Federal -Minister, and that ' payment ought to be enough: t« »e cine to' the Commonwealth men^ who ??'will . tto. something mere than travel the coimtry littering nightmare suppositions such as;. Mr. Kingston indulged in on Tuesday night. .. . He : supposed tliere 'were 15,000 lhands employed in. factories ? in. South Australia, on whom. ? 60,000 or 70,000 people were depending, and that' the number of hands employed nad jn-. , creased by S) per cent, since he had enter ed Parliament. : The facts .of the case fie-. .. cording to the ''Statiskcal , Register/' are ai follows:— 1899— Males xmplbyed, 12J147; females, 2,102; total, 14,249. 1885*-Males, 7,952; females,. 1,350; total,, .9,302; increase of lmnds, 4,947; but as l,J)09 smelters arc . included in these figures they -\\ill have to be, deducted because they. don't benefit Dy . a protective tariff, and thus the increase is only 3,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

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THE SYDNEY RAILWAY DISASTER. MORE EXPERT OPINIONS. SYDNEY, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

THE SYDNEY RAILWAY S*'* DISASTER. MOBE EXPERT OPINIONS. SYDNEY, March 8. The inquest on the body of Herbert Henry Darnley, who w-.is killed , in the Tempe railway disaster, was continued to-dav bv the coroner, Mr. J. C. Woore. J. Harper, chief . traffic manager,, said he was satisfied that the train which' met with the disaster had travelled up to a maxi mum of 46 miles an hour. William Thow, chief mechanical engineer for railways, was of opinion that all the circumstances seemed to point to the belief that the lead ing wheel of the engine left the line first. A combination - of circumstances, in- his opinion, caused the engine to mount,. the rails— the speed, perhaps some irregu larity of the road, and an uneasy tendency on the part of' the engine when driven at high speed, or when meeting some irregu larity in the road. . He thought the engine was quite safe for a speed of ^30 miles an' hour. The enquiry was further adjourned.

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