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AT COLOMBO AND ADEN S.S. Barbarossa, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
AT C0L0MB0.:aND; ADE^ [By. a South Au$trafian;Lady.] - S.s. Barbarossa. January U: ? ?We (had a glorious day at Colombo and received our first1 impression* of. Oriental bveneryby; sunrise 'light,- for Aye arrived at 12 p.m.- missed the entiv in*o the'harbour. and so had to wait till Sunday niorning be fore we could actually see we were in Colombo. Imagine the last Jand we had jseen^-common garden, prosaic, 'Australian FremantlCj where people wear, hats and ties, and waistcoats and shoes, and belts, ride bicycles and drive in ' traniears; and then transplant us. right into the most picturcs que'and unconventional. city jn- Qie- whole 'world (at lea'st as much of -the'wbrlil as l?ve seen,' wfcich, 'after all, is; not -,tlie- whole), and', then .; imagine the effect on innocent little, greenhorns like ourselves. 1 think really the most, fascinating part of our days experience was the rickshaw ride from the jetty to the dalle Face Hotel, where we went first. That really seemed to be ; r...
EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
EARLY CLOSING. In conversation with a representative of 'The Register;' Mr. Bannigan, Inspector of Factories,, stated -on Friday that consider ably over 200 notices had been received from shopkeepers wishing to change from Saturday to Wednesday. 'They are most ly,' he says, .'from ? small keepers, very I few being' from the principal streets.' Mr. Bannigan says 'a large percentage of the no tices- are informal, for the reason that the applicants have selected a day of changing earlier, than they are entitled to.- The ear liest date on which the alteration may take place is the first Wednesday after the ex piration of three months from the day of first choice, and the shop may be opened on the Saturday following. It would greatly fa'c-litate the office i£ the notices were sent in in accordance with the regula tions under the Act. ' All shopkeepers not open later than the statutory time for clos ing during the week immediately preced ing Easter Monday may keep open till 9 o'clock on E...
PHILANTHROPIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
PHITiAiNTHROKO. I Children's .Homc'/'-Walkcrvillp.— The monthly meeting of the Committee™of Manatrcmcnt was held at St. Andrew's, Walkerville, on Thursday, March 7. --There were nresent-Rev. -A. K.-Chignell (in the chair);- Mt-jdames-' Cllapman.- - Williams, C. B. Young. T. It: Bright,' and 'H.-.P. Wilson, and the secretary and treasurer. The matron reported all well at the. homeland forwarded lists of- gifts and donors for the month of February. .; The removal of a lad by his relatives was agreed to. The draft ;.reportv(or.pub.lifatioh with the accounts fqr lWK) \yas tsori-iidcrebfand adopted. The1 admission of'an other child to' the -home 'was' agreed to.' 'Accounts amounting' to £24 Si' Id.' were passed for payment. It was 'mcritiiriid' that 'the' president 'of the com mitteci' Vcn. 'Archdeacon Dove',' would (ail from England on April 12.-' Tlie secretavy drew .the 'at- tention of the committee to the gradual decrease in their numbers, and said Hut the meeting in' Feb ruary wais ...
CREMATION—A PROTEST. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
. CREMATIOX— A PKOTEST. ? To 'the Editor.' :. .'- - Sir — As a ? property-holder on'::Wesf:ter-. race i: desire^to.'oaH the -attention of the public, andT especially;';' of Cow-ners of.pro ii'erty' in tliat part'of the city,' to the fact that the Cremation fcoeksty intend. to erect a crematorium .within about 300 yards of the inliabited terracei-'' Jt-'behdves property owner--';and residents to strenuously resist this' movement, before it iatoo late. Why should -ive be, subject; to having. the yalu'e of oiir properties -greatly reduced, by the erection of a building of = sucK a character. Surely there is sufficient lan'd' at the, back of the scemetery 'without , coming * so close io; our front door. ; As a resident 'of West .terrace. f oi- 15: years I can safely say it is one of the healthiest parts of the city. . ??????- -'?' I am, Sir. &(*., ? . . .. ? FRED HERRING. ' In connection with the fire that occur red recently in Laird's shipyard at Birken hcad, the 'Liverpool Mer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
PROPERTIES WANTED Bi&tten word* in 'The Kcp»tet' and 'The Even teg Jcmmul' Is.; throe insertion:., 2a. W,, prepaid. tjiUHNISHED HOUSE WANTED for winter *? months, City or Suburbs Francis H. Snow, Kttional .?Mutual Buildings. : ? ? : ? IH,ti,8 PROPERTY' OWXERS -AXD AGENTS.— Adver- ?*- tiiKr. requires a nii-c HOl'SK of. Right or twelve Rooms, with Outbuildings, and good-sired ?Block of v Land,''! to (I acres; will buy or relit for Unh. SUte full particulars ami 'price to AlpUens, 'Register' Office. -. ? ? ,C4,C,8 XTTANTED TO PURCHASE, from 20 to 51) ACRES ^ V./of I,A.\D, suitable for Orange growing, ' with (IT without House,' situated near'Ad.elaide. A. -;. SCHRODER. Witernouse Chambers, King William street. »8«,3,'1 ' '?...... WANTED TO RENT, .early in April; HOUSE Seven Rooms, conveniences. N'orth Adelaide yttleml \Y. E. Pulton, Crenfell street. 64,6,8 TJTTAKTED to .Rent for term, Sijc-Roomed House, 'Vi Sorth Adelaide or neighbourhood; low rent. P., Mcnnt Lofty Station. ? a(...
INJURED BY A TRAIN. PATHETIC CASES. SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGES AWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
INJURED BY': A TRAIN: ? PATHETIC CASES. ' SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGES AWARDED. '? At the Supreme Court on Friday, morn ing .Ills Honor Mr. Justice Baucaut and a jury' of four resumed the hearinc ? of- -the aition- hronirlih- anainst- the South ? 'Austra- lian Eailways Commissioner by the, nest Friend of \\ illiam Laurance Hamilton,- ait intant, for the iccovcrj- of £490 damages for personal injuries caused by 'a train trhich-iva* being shuntcd~at tlje Semaphore s Railway Station on November '16. Sir Josiah Symon, Q.C., appeared for the plaintiff, and the Crown' Solicitor, 'Mr, J. ,. M. Stujrt, Q.C.. for the Raiiways Commis sioner. The plaintiff's claim, set 'out that on the evening of the date mentioned two lTdins were standing at the'' Semaphore Station. One left for Adelaide' and' a few minutes late^the second' train shimted'ou to the. main line of rails. When' the 'second train left tne station the plaintiff 'attempt- ed to cross the line, but before he. coulil do so the train was. again...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
. .AUCTIONS s , HONDAy'NEXTVtechli,' at Him,' - ? OX THE PREMISES, LAXGUA- PLACE, PORTLAND, P.A. J. C; HADDY & ? CO. have received iostnictidrw from the Executors of -fary Ano ? Cooper (deceased) . to sell, ABSOLV JEl.Y WITHOUT RESERVE— - GROCERIES, rOXKECnONKRY. TINWARE, . IIABKHDASIIEUY, and .HOUSEUOLD FUR NITURE.- ??. J. C. HANDY & CQ., . Auctioneers and Valuators. Telephone W._ ? ... ... .... BS.S,70 ' '.ABSOLUTELY NO~ RESERVE. ' DT THE ESTATE OK THE LATE CAPTAIN' HUGH QUIN. . TUESDAY EVEM.Vli, M.m-h 12, at S p.m. ?AT .THE TOTtT ADELAIDE TO.WN HALL. 0. C. HADDY & CO. lvvc rrcrvved instructions from the Kxcr.utors of th* lato.Gipt. Hugh, Quip' to. sell the urilcrnicn tiniifd ' Properties:— '. ' ' rORT ?ADKLAtDH-T.nl Xo. '3)0. Seorinn -2lr\ ?virner bkx'k, .tQ ft. frontage to I-o;iik?nhall strait V.y no fr. to Chiin;h street, oft vhieh is nrectrd a TWO-STORIED. STONE HOUSE, mntaininjr Thir trrn (IS) Rooms, Bathroom. --.i-lihdusi\ .mi SabliEg. Alto Part Lot '...
THE ASSAULT ON THE GERMAN EMPEROR. SEVERE CUT IN THE FACE. THE ASSAILANT. London, March 7. [Received March 9, 2.30 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
THE ASSAULT ON THE GEKMAN jEMPEROfr SE?ERI^CUT;IN THE FACE. THE ASSAILANT. ' v' 'London, March 7. [Received March 9, 2.30 a.m..], [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] The man Dietrich Wieland, who threw a piece of iron at the Emperor William of Germany while the Kaiser was driving on Tuesday., from Raths keller, in Bremen, to the - railway sta tion, is under arrest. He is considered to be a lunatic. The missile ihhicted a -contused wound in His Majesty's right cheek an inch and a half in length, and pene trating to the bone. There was much loss of b'iood. The general. condition of the Kaiser is good, but he has can celled all his immediate engagements. London, March S. At the moment of being struck, the Kaiser was bowing* ? his acknowledg ments to a cheering crowd. He at first imagined that the wire attached to a bouquet of flowers had scratched his face, and he instinctively raised his hand to the wound. For some little time he was ignorant of the cause and nature- of the iujury; but ' althou...
COMMERCE AND FINANCE. London, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
COMMERCE AND FINANCE. T^nniinii . 'Via r/»h X ' British Trade.— The Board of Trade re turns for February show- that the imports were valued at £39,674,439, as against. i';V7,604,8()8 for the corresponding month. last yeaiv an increase of i2,O09,-m. ? Tiie exports of British, and Irish produce were valued at .£21 ,037,455, compared with £23,219,849 last year, a decrease oi £2,182,394. ]!ank of Austi-alasia;— The directors have declared -i dividend at 1'he rate of 10 per cent 'They have placed* £50,000 to re serve, set aside £20,000 on 'premises ac count, and calried £14,040 forward. Butter.— The market is slow. Choicest colonial brands nre quoted at 104/. Danish is dull and unchanged. Miming Shares. — .Mount Lyells iverc Fold yesterday at £4 15/, Mount Lyell Norths at £2 la/, -and Chillagocs at £1 8/9. Spelter is quoted at £17 2/6. ISradford Tops. — Business is restricted. Common CO's are unaltered at 17'.d. per ll-.. and super 60's at 18**1. Money.— The open money market rate for th...
OUR LIGHTHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
OUR LIGHTHOUSES. &nbsp; The Government steamer Governor &nbsp; Musgrave left Port Adelaide on Friday morning on her annual trip to the lighthouses. &nbsp; &nbsp; Among those who accompanied the vessel are three wardens of the Marine Board, Captain Gibbon and Messrs. Berry and &nbsp; Campbell, and Mr. Slade of the Engineer- in-Chief's Department. The President, Mr. T. N.Stephens, was prevented from making the trip owing to pressure of Commonwealth &nbsp; and other business connected with &nbsp; the customs. This is the first occasion on which Mr. Stephens has been absent since his occupancy of the position of president. The Governor Musgrave will be away for about a fortnight, but the members of the board will return a week hence. They will come overland at the conclusion of their work, and the steamer will then pay attention to the buoys and beacons in the gulf. &nbsp;
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
SPECIAL NOTICE. . Announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, not exceeding five lines, are inserted once each in 'The Register,' 'The Observer,' 'The Even ing Journal,' and Special Summary prepared for transmission 'to England for the single charge of Half a .Crown; extra lines Cd. each. The name and address of the sender must in all cases be given. MARRIAGES. HUMPHRIS-CHANTER.-On the 6th February, at the Methodist Church, Parkside, by the Rev. W. A. Langsford, Joseph Francis, second son of the late Edmund Humphris, of Jamestown, to Frances Emily Chanter, only daughter of Mrs. Alf- fred Catt, Parkside. MILLAR— WICKINS.— On the 28h February, at the Methodist Church, Wellington square, N.A., by the Rev. Brian Wibberley, John, eldest son of Andrew Pitcairne Millar, to Florence Elizabeth &nbsp; (Flo), only daughter of T. J. and Q. Wickins, of St. Peters, late of Navan. MILLARD— PROCTOR.— On the 6th March, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. Nancarrow, Ph...
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' 'ASSOCIATION., : ANNUAL CONFERENa-:. The annual conference of the South Aus tralian branches of the A.N.A. was held &nbsp; in the Old Exchange, Pirie street, onFri &nbsp; day evening.: Lieut.-Col. Genders the re tiring president of the board; presided over a good attendance. &nbsp; The annual report of the board of directors, after referring to the death of the Queen and &nbsp; to the welcome home arranged by the as sociation tendered to the Right Hons. C. C. Kingston and. E. Barton, congratulating them upon their succesful mission in obtaining the Im perial authorities to accept the draft Common wealth Bill as adopted by the people of Australia, with but one slight alteration, stated: — 'Branches of the association have been established at Unley, Norwood, and Goodwood; also at Port Pine. A branch was opened at Broken Hill. (N.S.W.). The president (Lieut.-Col. Gcnders), two ex-presidents (Messrs. E S. Hughes and W. J. Sowden) and t...
ENGLAND AND ABYSSINIA. EXPEDITIONS AGAINST THE MAD MULLAH. London, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
ENGLAND AND ABYSSINIA. EXPEDITIONS AGAINST THE MAD MULLAH. London, March S. Mjr. the Hon. A. H. C. Hanbury Tracy, of the Royal Horse Guards, and Capt. A. R. Cobbold, of the King's OAvn Scottish Borderers. Avho are engaged in special service in East Africa, arc pro ceeding to Adis Abbaba, the capital of Abyssinia, to give military advice to Gen. Ras Makounen, the leader of the Abyssinian force of 20.000 -which is co operating Avith the British expedition dispatched from the .seaport of Ber bera, the capital of British Somaliland, against the ''mad Mullah,' Avho is raid ing the frontiers of Somaliland and Abyssinia where those countries are in touch AA-ith each other.
THE POWERS AND CHINA. [Received March 11, 2.30 a.m.] THE MANCHURIAN AGREEMENT. London, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
THE POWERS AND CHINA. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] '[Received Marok 11, 2.30 a.m.] THE MANCHURIAN- AGREEMENT. London, March 9. It' has already been announced that the Russo-Chinese eom;entiou in re gard to Manchuria Avas signed this week at Moukdcn, and that the agree ment is thus outside the cognisance of the foreign Ministers at Pekiu. Great Br.lta.in Js said to haA-e counselled China to defer the' ratification of the M^anchurian agreement, and tp consult the Powers upon it. Acting' on this ad vice, China has intimated that she' will need a fortnight to frame her reply to Russia in regard to the ratification of the convention.
WARNING FROM AMERICA. London, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
WARNING FROM AMERICA. 'London, March 10. Reuter's Agency reports that the United States' Government, in a strong note has Ava rued China that it will not acquiesce iu nny secret or separate negotiations for the.' cession of terri tory to any PoAver, adding that at the present moment any question of the cession of territory' aa-ouUI be inop portune. The majority of the PoAvers have ap proved of this action by the Washing ton . Government. Russia, against whom the note Avas obviously directed, is so anxious to make it appear that her conduct ought not to' be suspected that she AA'as the first to signify her agreement with the language of the note.
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
To the Editor. Sir— It is recognised as of nnmary -import- ance by every good Government that vested interests and the liberty *.6f . the subject1 should not be injured by the laws. , For a considerable time in (south' Australia, the Government has either lost sight of this principle or ignored it for ignoble purposes. It has been;painful to sefe the vacillation of its leaders, the toadyism and self-seeking of its suppforters, the hbllowness of it? pro1 ruises, and jthe miserable shifts it has re sorted to in order to i'keep. afloat its inflated policy. It has lacked'. insight. and foresight, and it has mangled in a merciless manner most of the measures t-tbat have passed through its hands.';In South Australia great need have we totpray-: ; -^ '_? - ~%'.:~-'., God give is men! ''A time like' tlife demands ' ' '.' Great hearts, strong winds, true' la! th,. and willing bands; ...... Men whom the lust of office does not kill; Men Brave for truth;- men 'whom the weak can ' v«hist;i ?' '...
EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901
EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor. Sir— -Everybody approves of the principle of early closing, and not a soul in the. com munity but admits the claim of . the shop assistants to the weekly half-holiday enjoy cd bv artisans, clerks, and prolessioiial men generally. Air. Kingston Knows this, but on the eve of an eUttion he could not get along without somebody' or something to denounce and fight with, or some grievance of his own or. somebody else's wherewith to tickle the ears of the groundlings. As the hospital embroglio, which served so well on u former occasion, has in his lametrtable ab sence been .satisfactorily settled, the early closing question came handy, and answered as well as any other- for an ad eaptandum appeal to those whose votes-might haply be influenced by his rhetoric.' That any feeling should have been manifested, by tlie deputation- on Monday is 'to be regretted; but; these people were fighting, not for a holiday, but lor the right to live; and in such circumstances it...