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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. H.A.C.B.S. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. H.A.C.BJ. UEETIKO. ' - Tbt haU-yearly meetwg.ot delegabs. of tbe III beraba Auttrabtba CUholte BeaeH Society wa* bdd at tbt rooms of the Adelaide Catholic Crab «? Thumb*. Mnirv Sft. Tfce dktrirt nntidant. Bro. J, J. Giark. wat in the chair, and tuere Were abo present:- District vice-presMeat, Bra.. D. F. Bntei; dbtrlct past prenarntj Bra. R. J. Cavan agb; dbtrict treasurer, Bra. J. Murphy; -dbtrlct secretary, Bro. P. P. Kiley; chairman dbtrict trus tee*, Bra. J. C Uealy; chief tuperinfendent of Juveniles, Bra. W. O. & Brooke. Male Branch iMegatet-at. Fraacb Xaviers Branch, Broi T. tyCaibgban sad P. Heaatav; St. Patrick'm Xo. 17t, Bros. J. J. Hughes and M. a McOermott; St. Uurence'*, Bret. J. Bradley and J. C. Git ting*;. St.. Patrick's, No. 171, Bras, J. Young and X. IWhey; St Igntius't, Bros. M. Mullin* and J. J. Kennedy; 8c. Atoysiu*, Brat. T. P. Oillen tad 3. Scales; Stir of the Sea, Bro. P. Sbeeban; St. StrlouT's, Bro, C. McDermott; St. John's, Brat. ...

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THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. [Received March 1, 2.30 a.m.] REPORTED SURRENDER OF BOTHA. FRENCH'S SUCCESSES. London, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

HIE TRANSVAAL CAMPAieN. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received March 1, 2J0 a.m.], ? REPORTED SURRENDER OF BOTHA. FRENCH'S SUCCESSES. London. February 27. Gen. Louis Botha,. whose forces bave been shattered by. Gen. J. D. P. French's column in the vicinity of Plet Ketief, bas managed to. retreat orcr mountain ranges north-westward, and Is now at the bead of his followers in country between Enneto and Middel bur& He bas thus - avoided a colli sion with Gen. Burn-Murdoch's co lumn from Natal. Three hundred Boers surrendered to Gen. French after a recent, engage ment. ' ' I . . London, February 28. . Lord , Kitchener, in . a despatch from Mlddelborg. a town on the Delagoa Bay Railway, reports that in -tlie period between . February 16 and 25 Gen. French 'made the following addi tional captures from the enemy. In the Plet Ketief tdlstrlct.:r-.. One. 19-potm'der Krupp gun One bowlteer. ? . ? One- Maxim. Kinall-arm ammunition, 20,000 rounds. '','. . ' limes, 153. : A ' : . ' Horses; ...

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TWO OF KRUGER'S RELATIVES KILLED. [Received March 1, 2.30 a.m.] London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

TWO OF KRUGBR'S RELATIVES ? ' KILLBP, [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received March 1, 2.30 a,m] London, February 28. Kx-Presldent - Kjruger hu received mteUigence that his grandson, Mr. Plet KrugeV and bis son-in-law, Mr. Malan, both of whom belonged to Gen. De La Key's commando, were stem in a recent engagement in the Rusten burg district Molan was the official who made hlnjself so offensive to Bri tish residents and prisoners In Pre toria In the early stages of the war. '

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ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE ROYAL VISIT. SYDNEY, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE ROYAL VISIT. SYDNEY, February 28. Certain details in connection with ths visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York to Sydney have been settled. The royal visitors will be escorted up the harbour, and wiH land at Farm Cove, where' the Governor-General was re ceived by members of the Ministry. There will be a procession through the city, and tbe streets will be decorated after the style, though on a smaller scale, adopted in con nection with the Commonwealth celebra tions. Subsequently there will be a mfli taryVeview et the Centennial Park, and a display by the school children. It » proposed to invite tbe Duke to lay the me raocid stone in connection with tbe ad d-ons to tbe art gallery. There will be a etate. reception in honour of their Royal Highnesses.

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THE COUNTRY TROOPS. BREAKING CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

THE COUNTRY TROOPS. BREAKING CAMP. The 2nd Bsttalira Infantry struck camp at Mackinnon parade on Thursday morning. Reveille was sounded at 5.30. Alter break fast which was taken at 7, officers and men set to work in earnest to clean up tneir camping grounds. AtOo'clock the camp was strudL- tinder the oominand of Mjr. How land. By 10 o'clock the whole of the forces, with baggage and camp equipment, was in AdeWdeVThe march to the Adelaide rail way station was conducted -by the bat talion's adjutant- The Port Pirie, Glad stone, Crystal Brook, Moonta, Kadina. and Wallaroo Companies Jeft for home by n special military train at 3 o'clock. By ibe same train Lieut-Col Catt and Adjutant ? Jay returned to taeir homes. ' At breakfast in the officers' mess tent Lieut-Col. Catt took the opportunity of saying a few farewell words to his officers and congratulating them on. the steady work done -by them and tneir commands which clearly showed to him that they were taking a deep interest in their d...

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CONTEMPLATED ANNEXATION BY ITALY. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

CONTEMPLATED ANNEXATION , BY ITALY. London, February 28. Some Italian cruisers are busy sur veying tbe Bay of Nimrod, a large and important harbour of refuge hi the pro vince of Chekiang, south of Hangchow; A body of Italians are also erecting buildings on the coast it is believed that these measures point to an inten tion by the Government at. Borne .to annex a strip of territory. ???? ? ' It Is well known that Italy Is envious of the successes of other Powers hi obtaining concessions in China. .Some time ago a demand was made upon China for the lease to Italy of Sanmun Bay, in tbe Chekiang Province, but the Tsung-II-Yamen stoutly refused to consider the proposal, and as Italy was not prepared to- press it^by force of arms K was abandoned.

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BRITISH NAVAL COMMANDER. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

BRITISH NAVAL COMMANDER. London, February 28. The Lords of the Admiralty- have selected Vlce-Admiral Sir Cyprian Arthur George Bridge, K.C.B., to suc ceed Vlce-Admlral Sir Edward Hobart Seymour, G.O.B., as CommanderIn Chlef of the British squadron on the China Station.

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BRITISH SOMALILAND A FIERCE BATTLE. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

BRITISH SOMALILAND A FIERCE BATTLE.. London. February 28. Details ore being received ot, tbe fight at Sannasa In British SomaUland, in which an army of Ogadain Somalls %ere repulsed and 17 Ando-Indlans were slain, including ' CoL Pelbam James Moltlond, O.B. Tbe attack on the xarebawas very fierce, the' enemy rushing simultaneously upon three sides of the square barrier. For a time' the Issue of the 'conflict hung in doubt, as the Somalis broke through a corner of the enclosure near the. field hospital and1 penetrated the British lines; but tbe troops were equal to the emergency, and the rebels were driven bock in infusion. The casualties to the Somalls totalled 250, while besides 17 killed 23 of the British troops were wounded. ; The Anglo-Indian expedi tion has returned to Affmadu. - A strong ; force of friendly. 8omaUs, supplemented by Indhin troops, Is be ing got ready for the task' of suppress ing a 'mad mullah' who is raiding the Anglo-Abyssinian frontier.

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POST AND TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

POST AND TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. The following promotions have been made in the Post Office and Telegraph Department: - Mr. D. G. Sands, post- master, Kadina, 4th class, to be 3rd class; Mr. B.   Clarke, postmaster, Kapunda, 4th class, to be 3rd class; Mr. F. A. Bleechmore, postmaster, Clare, 4th class, to be 3rd class; Mr. V. J. Gillen, post- master, Moonta, 4th class, to be 3rd class; and the following from the 5th to the 4th class:— Messrs. T. Dyke, Streaky Bay; E. H. Matthews, Yorketown; J. W. Hillman, Glenelg; E. R.C. Lucy, Parkside; H.   Cobb, Port , Germein; T. H. Hender- son, Strathalbyn; W. J. Dodge, Kingston; J. R. Rowe, Morgan; L. C. W. Wilcken.Narra- coorte; A. J. Scott, Gladstone; F. S. Smith, Ade- laide Railway; H. R. Holder, Jamestown; H. C.   Rundle, Tanunda; H. H. Ising, clerk, C. J. Mc- Donald, clerk, and C. Miller, clerk; Mr. T. Han- ley, line overseer, pro. and tem., to be fifth class. Mr. T. J. Hawken, overseer and line re- p...

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THE FEDERAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

THE FEDERAL POST OFFICE. ' To-day the postman and telegraph opera tor and the obliging lady who answers to the question "Are you there?": are federal servants. At the stroke of midnight on February 28 the post, telegraph, and tele phone offices of the different States passed over to the control of the Federal Govern ment. For the present it is purely a for mal deed, and the general public will not notice any alteration. "Everything will proceed just as before," said Sir Charles Todd on Thursday, "only I will have as my Ministerial head a Federal Minister in stead .of the present Minister of Education. It has been arranged by the Federal Go vernment that the local Treasury shall be our bankers in a sense, and all the money we take from Friday will be paid into the Treasury and credited to the Federal Go vernment, and any expenses incurred after that day will be debited to the .Common wealth. I do not expect any difficulty     whatever, even although the Fede...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

FUNERAL NOTICE THE Friends of the late Dr. J. S. MACKINTOSH are informd that his FUNERAL will Leave his late Residence, Semaphore road, Glanville,   THIS DAY (Friday) at 3 p.m., for the Woodville Cemetery           W. E. DESLANDES, Undertaker.         PORT ADEIIAIDE INSTITUTE, INCORPORA- TED.             The COMMITTEE of the Port Adelaide Institute are requested to Meet at the Institute, at 2.30 TO- DAY, to Follow the REMAINS of the late Dr. MACKINTOSH, until lately a Curator of the Museum and Art Gallery. JOHN CLEAVE, President.   THE Friends of Mr. William Carter are inform- ed that the FUNERAL of his late WIFE will   Leave his Residence, Clarke street, Walkerville, THIS DAY (Friday), at 3 o'clock, for the North road Cemetery. GEO. DOWNS & SONS. Undertaker...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

The death' is announced of Mr. D. M. Angus, of the, well-known 8ydney firm of publishers art ^ booksellers, Messrs. Angus and Robertson, c Mr. Anns, who had been in delicate health fo* some yean, retired from the firm last year, and waa oa a visit to Scotland, whens he dM. The deaths have occurred at Sydney of two retired sea captains, in the persons of Mr. Archibald McLean, who for 30 years had been connected with the Merchants' Exchange, and Mr. Albert Heesh, who held a large interest in coasting vessels. Mr. McLean was 80 years of age, and Mr. Heesh 63 yeans.   Mr. Theo. Cooper, of Auckland, who has been appointed to the vacancy on the New Zealand Supreme Court bench caused by the resignation of Mr. Martin,1 baa for some years, writes the Dunedin correspondent 'of I he 'Argus,' been recognised as\one of the leaders of the bar in Auckland,, and has been engaged in several important cases outside that district. In 1865 Mr. Cooper began life as a reader boy in the '.'Da...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. REPORTED SURRENDER OF GEN. LOUIS BOTHA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

NEWS OF THE: DAY. REPORTED SURRENDER OF GEN. LOUIS BOTHA. Our English cable messages to-day con tain the exceedingly welcome report that Louis Botha, the Transvaal Commander-in- Chief, has surrendered to Lord Kitchener. Botha recently exhorted h.s followers to light to the death, and promised to remain in the field so long as 500 men were on com mando; but since then he. has received so many terrible hard knocks at the hands of Gen. French's column. Other advices indicate that the forces under- Christian De Wet and Hextzog are in proximity to British columns near Petrusville, in Cape Colony, and that a, battle is imminent' ???

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THE COMMONWEALTH AND THE MILITARY FORCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

THE COMMONWEALTH AND THE MILITARY, FORCES. The Federal Ministry is. gradually exer- cising the powers given to it by the Com- monwealth constitution by taking over the control and administration of certain State departments. The customs passed away from local control on January 1, and to day the Defence Forces go under the man agement of' the Federal Minister of Defence and, the Post, Telegraph', and Telephone Departments under the care of the Federal Postmaster-General. In reference to the   military forces for some time there will be scarcely any difference in the management of affairs. The department has formally passed over from the State to the Common wealth, but . the federal machinery for working it has still to be manufactured by an Act. It is interesting to note that the numbers of men who to-day join the ser rices of the nation- are as follows:— Active Force— 77 officers, 29 'warrant officers, ser geant-majors, and. quartermaster-sergeants, 73 colour-sergeants...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

BIRTHS. MORPHETT.— On the 10th February, the wife of W. Morphett, King William street south, of a daughter.     MARRIAGES. COX-SIVIOUR— On the 7th February, at the Methodist Church, Collinsfield, by the Rev. W. Parkinson, Benjamin Cox, the second son of the late Daniel Cox, of Koolunga, late of Morphett Vale, to Catherine Elizabeth, eldest daughter of R. H. Siviour, of Collinsfield. McDONALD— ROBERTS.-- On the 6th February, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Father Jorgensen, John Joseph, third son of Mr. John McDonald, of Mary Vale Station, Streaky Bay, to Rose Catherine, youngest daughter of Mr. William E. Roberts, of Oakvale, Streaky Bay. WHEADON—ALDERSEY.— On the 6th Febru-   ary, at Stow Memorial Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. F. W. Cox, Frederick William Herbert, eld- est son of Robert Poole Wheadon, Ilminster, Somerset, England, to Elizabeth Lee, only daugh- ter of Algernon Lumley Aldersey, of Beverley, S Australia. &...

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CROPS ON THE WEST COAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

CROPS ON. THE WEST COAST. .: .The Commissioner of Crown Lands, Hon. L. O'Loughlfn, lias received from the in epectoi? of . Vermin, Mr. G. A. Becker, tlic f6flow{ng report, dated Charra, February In, on the land held by the mission station, near Denial Bay:— 'The area put in was 630 acres; 330 acres were sown, and 300 acres self sown, giving a return of 1,650 bags of -wheit, 30 tons of hay, 100 bags of oats. 'An area of 120 acres of Neu mann's wheat yielded 22 bushels, or 5} bags per acre, while quite 4 bushels is still left on the ground, having been blown over ?by the strong winds, and too heavy for the strippers to handle, -choking the ma chines. The chokes, or the traces of them are very numerous in the heavy stubble. An area of 30 acres of Rattling Jack yielded 14 bushels per acre, or 3J bats. Thirty acres of Steinwedel yielded 10 bushels,. or 2J bags, per acre. The grain is slightly shrivelled, owing to hot -winds and continued dry wea ther from the end of September till reaped...

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THE NEW KING UPON GAMBLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE NEW KING UPON GAMBLING. The following extracts from a lettei written by His Majesty King Edward VII., while Prince of Wales, will be interesting (says the Tasmanian 'Church News') to many who know him to be a sportsman, but do not know his views on that curse of sport, gambling:— 'August 13, 1891. My dear Archbishop— Your kind letter of tho 10th inst. has touched me very much, as I know the kind feelings , which prompted you to write to me on a subject which we have discussed together, and which you are aware has caused me deep pain and an noyance. I have a horror of gambling, and' should always do my utmost ' to dis courage others who have an inclination for if, as 1 consider that gambling, like intem perance, is one of the greatest curses -which a count :y could be afflicted with. Horse racing may produce gambling, or it may not, but I have always' looked upon it as a manly sport which is popular with English- (^ men of all classes— and there is no reason' why it should be loo...

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PORT ADELAIDE: Friday, March 1. [Before Mr. T. McGrath.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

PORT ADELAIDE: Friday, March 1. [Before- Mr. T. McGrath.]. Samuel 1*. Selby admitted having used indecent language in Nile street, 'Port Adelaide, on Feb ruary 20. . Ordered to pay in all £2 10s., or in default one month's imprisonment . . . A Cooking Secret.— Mr. E. Conomie^ 'Did you write to that man who advertises to ihow people how to make puddings .with out milk,- and have; them richer?' Mrs.-Et Conomie — 'Yes, and' sent him a shilling.' 'What did he reply?:' ..'Use cream.'- ';

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POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Friday, March 1. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., W. Dring, R. J. Coombs, and H. V. Pridmore.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

.POLICE COURTS. . . ADELAIDE: Friday, March L . - -. [Betore Messrs. J. Gordon; S.M., W. Dring, R. J. Coombsi and H. V. Pridmofe.] John Grindle neglected to carry a lighted lamp on' the off or right side of his vehicle .while standing in O'Corinell street .on tlie night of February 12, and was fined 5s. and costs 20s. Ernest J.^Warrell was charged with having made default in compliance with an order to contribute towards the support of Harold Ernest Patterson. An adjournment until March 29 was granted. ; John Green was charged, ? on remand, with hav ing been unlawfully- on the premises of Elijah Alexander, lessee of the South Australian Hotel, with intcn' to steal, and also with having £6 9s. 4d. in his possession which might reasonably bi» supposed to have been stolen. Mr. Degcnhardt appeared for the accused, who was discharged.

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MAGISTRATES' COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

MAGISTRATES' COURTS. NORWOOD: . Friday, llarch v 1.— [Before the Mayor, Mr. J. n.'Mattingly, and JlrlK. Phillips.) John T. A. Payne, lot having neglected to carry a light on.hiSiVebJcle on.February 23;was fined 10s. and costs 10s:' ' Harold Pederick, for, a similar offence, wa8 fined 20s.- and costs, 30a. in all. Alfred J.' Adams, for having .used indecent language in Augusta street, Maylan-ls,~was fined ,40s. and cbsts, 5fis. in all, or in default one month's imprison ment. .- ? .? ? ' '?

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