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YACHTING. THE TENNYSON CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

.; YACHTING. . THE TENNYSON OUP. ' Tie race lor cue jtennyson Lup, present ed oy .tns -iiSceueuey tae Uyveruor lor competition auioujjst tue neet oi the Koyal. ^...?t.i .. ti.i i.;i .inn .V :w*ht -itua(it*on. was- iieiu on oatuiday aiiernoou. uuuer tne conditions ot gut, tne irouiiy reverts -to, tne owner 'of tne yacut wiuuing tne great est nuuioer oi mces uciore tue euu ui we. mtn year irom oetooer 1, . lb'j'J. The lirst event was Jieid in -j auuary. oi last year,' and was men won uy'jur. Ji. if. iieit, in tiie. Aiexa, but nis claim to possession oi %ae\ cup lor anotuer year was ou toatifnlay . wrested lroui him by V lce-Conuuoaore odiiuerson, wliose 'iuatangi . was lieralded victor. The nice, , or ratuer tne hrsc por, lion of it, was, witnessed by Lord Tenny son trom ll.iU.0.S. 1'rotector. He reached , Largs ilay early in the aucrnoou, accom: pahied by Lord Richard JNeviil, and the oniet Secretary ? (Hon. d. G. Jenkins), and had luncheon with the committee ot the kmadron and Capta...

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LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

LOCAL COURT. ADELAIDE.— Cause List. Limited Jurisdiction. Wednesday, Marcli 18, at 10 a.m. At the lx.cal Courthouse, ' before His Honor Mr. J. G. Russell. Aiitiiii-iitirm f(ir'M:irine Store Dealers' Liccnces.^-J. . Curtis, F. Uertram. Defended Causes.— Hamp — Inkster v. McUratb.— Wright; Uurmeister v. Mit chell; Messenger v. Potter; Booth v. Rees; Gooa cnou^h v. Jaffrey; Lindow k Co. v. Gmham; Crabli v. Tilly; Mitchell— Good v. Alexander— Kvan; London Tailoring Depot v. Miller— liorilon; Way Leo & Co. v.' Durnell & Co.— Cruickshank; \T.n Bertouch— Stockbridge v. Claxion;- -Webb— Bnvcrn v. l'errow— Hamp; Baker v. Solomon— J. M. ? Solomon ; . Gepp— Belcher v. Hubbo^Bordon ; Blbxam— Scrymg«nir v. Wolfe and : AnoUieri'.WatEOh v/':'Brbwn; ' l-ea v. Motive; Siammril— Young v. Rnnkman— Moulden; Sandford— Import Co. . .V. Hawkins— Stuart; McLean v. Kingsborough; Lon don Tailoring Depot v.Dunstan; Bruston v. Foriirii; Way Lei!.& Co. v. iiastarcl— Hamp; Gordon— Heron v...

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STURT ASSOCIATION. Gurr Challenge Cup. PARKSIDE UNITED V. GLEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

STURT ASSOCIATIOS. ? ?r.'.\ Gurr Challenge Cup. . 7ARKSIDE UNITED V. GLEN PARK. Glen Park.— 1^ Sanders, b. Amos, IS; u. a. Wiles, c. Ryan^b. Holmes, 1; L. Stodart, b. Brackcnreg, 15; W; Marshall, - c. . J. Amos, b. «. Amna fi! '.T.-MnNiimara.'run out. 3'j; U..ilackhn. li.-Ryan, 2; w: Simpson,' b. Ryan, -1; P. Molton, l.b.\v., b. Brackenreg, 8; W. Langham, run out, 0; C. Stodart, not out, 21; J. Atkinson, c. Dean, b. Amos, 20j' extras, 7; total, 111. Bowling— M. Holmes, 1 for 30;. W. Braekenreg, 2 for 32; W. Aiiios, 3 for 36; A. Sanders, 0 for 23; P. Ryan, 2 for 13. ... ,, l'arkside United.— W- Ryan, c. Langhara, b. Mol ton, 11; J. Amos, c. and b. Molton, 12; A. Dean, not out, 8; extras, 2; total (for 2 wickets), &. Bowling— P. Molton, 2 for 18. Umpires-Messrs. G. Wisden and Shaughnessey. LYRIC V. UNLEY PARK. Unley Park.— S. Cunningham, c. Tidswell, b. Kappler, 13; :.H.. Frame,. c-^Barntn, b. Mcrrett, :2^.;; P Shakespeare, c. Gardiner, b. Merrctt, 1'J; w.. Hewer,, c. Barron, ...

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MAGISTRATES' COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

MAGISTRATES' COURTS. REDRUTH COURT,. Friday, March 8. (Before M:«srs. T. W. Maeklin, P. L. Killicoat, and O. Bartholomacus).- Julius Lehman was charged. on the information of John Chester Sandland with having stolen on or 'about February 23 two stud ewes, value £1 each, the pro|icrty of James Mar tin McBride; After the conclusion of , evidence the accused admitted having taken the sheep, He gave as his reason that his wife and family were starving. 'Julius Lehman was further charged in conjunction with Aaron Woodman ? with bavins stolen one Sow pig on .March 2, the property ot Thomas Fairchild, of Iron Mine.' Several witnesses were called, and it took about four hours to dis pose of the case. Both of the accused were com mitted for trial. They were much affected. Mi man was granted bail on his first charge, hinv-clf in £10» an4 two sureties of £100 each. In the case of Woodman the court decided to allow him bail, himself in £30 and two sureties of £30 each.

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POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Saturday, March 9. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., and F. J. Whitby.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Saturday. March 9. [Before Messrs. J. Cordon, S.M., and F. J. Whilbv.] Marj- HMdcrn had to answer an information laid by Annie Lucas of having assaulted her on March 7. The . comnlainaut stated that she had been previously assaulted l-y accused. She con sidered that jl. was dangerous for her to walk in the 'street whilst the defendant was about. Fined £fi. Clura Waison nnd Hannah Jackson had each to'-contribu'e £1 10/. for having loitered in Flin ders street.

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Port Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

Fort Adelaide. W. Francis, c. Hewer, b. Hay .. *, „ i. ., .9 R. Waters, b. F. Hack ? _12.j J. Noel, run out ? 18, n. S. P. Jones, c. Hack, b. Hewer ? 27 ', T. Williams, st Thomas, b: Hewer ...... 40 \ T. McKibbin, st. Thomas, b. Hantke ..''?.-. ..10! T. Semmens, l.b.'w.,'b.' Hay .... .. .-.??;.'..'. 11 W. Widdop, b. !F. Hack ? : :. '.. .. — .. J3 I P. Pritchard, b.' Hewer .. ........ .'. .. ..'? 2, J. Howell, not out .. .. t. ............ M ? 0 \ K. Drew, b. Hewer .. ? 0 i Byes 6, leg-byes 2, wide 1 .. .... r .. „ 9, Total ? ..?.?? .... ., ..150 Bowling— H. Hay, 18o-6m; 49r. 2w.; P. Hack,: 14o. 2m. 1 wide 32r. 2w.; Scrymgour,- 8o. 4m.*.5r.; W. Hewer, 12.3o. lm.'.33r. 4w.; Uantke, 8o.2m.22r. lw. . . .-- ? . .; ;;: :? .??.';;?. ??;:'.. : ' sturt : .:'.'-'/'?'?/] ?'?':'{[ : h. G. W. Chinnner, not put ' .-.-'.i '^'.. .. ...19 B. T. U. Bailey, b. Williams .... \. ....... 23 Byes 4, no-balls 2 .;- .. '..'. .. .'. ?;.'..-'..' .0 , Total (for 1 wicket) .......-..:.... 48 Boiyling— K. Drew, ...

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MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

MUSICAL NOTES. IBy Musicus.] }fr. Cjeorge 3Iiisgrove lias engaged Miw Ella .Russell, one of the most famous ope ratic, .sopranos in the old country, as the nrima donna of his Grand Ouera Comoariy. J^ike many other present-day vocalists who have achieved fame on . the stage, . Miss liusssll is* nn* American. 'After some pre liminary instruction fn her native town, Cleveland, Ohio, she went to -Paris and Milan, and continued her studies un der Mine. La Grange, and San G-ipvanni. Her debut was made at a theatre in Tus cany in 18S2, when she appeared with great success as Leonora in 'H Trovatore.' Since then Miss lUtssell has sung at almost every important theatre in Europe, and for some years she was the prima donna of the Carl l!osii Company. Miss Kussell will probably make her first Australian appearance during the forthcoming season in Melbourne. Mr Musgrpye has also engaged a new tenor; LMiv Barren i JJerthold, who has a considerable Jinglish a-nd American reputation, and a new bar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

GOOD and CHEAP :; . Are being, placed on the market by n? to meet the. existing = ? . demand for a good weaBisg tyre 'at. a. Low FWUKB. Not as Good as 'Dunlops' but better than ; all others. ' ? Manufactured by ? ? ? - ' ' ' |:'-'- .- The Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co.' of Australia, Lti. ' 59, FRANKLIN STREET, ADELAIDE. ? r v NOW READY. ?;. ;.... .'.''.''.'.'.'.; Lif?* ; ? ' Oar Artiitlc and Uudipnw Booklet, - ', ' *m : About DbdIop Tyros 'te;.WtFt '?? -.,'?? Can now be obtained- Gratis by calling or writing for . «''-' nifteV- Contain! 40 pages of mutter interesting .and . isatroetiTe to all Cyclists, also an artlaticaJtd prttty ';'i Supptanent of weH-known Earing Cracks. Tie Bnalop Pneumatic Tyre Ca. of Australia, Lti 5*, FRANKLIN STREET, ADELAIDE,

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THE INDIAN ARMY. London, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

THE INDIAN ARMY. London, March i0. The withdrawal of British troops from India for actiA-e service inSoulh Africa and China means a saving in the army expenditure of India of 3U lakhs of rupees during 1901.

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A TERRIBLE WAVE. STEAMER LOST WITH ALL HANDS. London, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

A TERRIBLE WAVE. STEAMER LOST WITH ALL HANDS. London, March SJ. The steamer Avlona, 1,788 tons, be longiug to Glasgow, Avhich has been engaged for several years in conveying pis iron from Bilbao, in Snnin. tn t\w Clyde, was completely wrecked yester day. She' was approaching Bilbao when a mighty wave dashed her on the rocks, where she was broken to pieces. The captain and creAV, 23 iu all, were drowned.

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THE GERMAN EMPEROR. London, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

THE GERMAN EMPEROR. London, March S. The Emperor William of Germany is recovering from the effects of the assault made upon him at Bremen by the epileptic Dietrich Wieland. There is rio inflammation of the wound which was inflicted in His Ma jesty's right cheek.

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THE DUKE OF YORK'S VISIT. [Received March 11, 2.30 a.m.] London, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

THE DUKE OF YORK'S VISIT. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH,! . [Received March 11, 2.30 a.m.'} London, March 8. A portion of the civilian firemen on board the Ophir, by which vessel their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of York will voyage to Aus tralia, refused to be vaccinated. As tlie other firemen sympathized witli this attitude, all of them were dismiss ed, they have been replaced by men from the naA'al depot \

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NEW ARMY SCHEME. [Received March 11, 2.30 a.m.] UNFOLDED BY MR. BRODRICK. 3,26,5OO MORE SOLDIERS. IMPROVED ADMINISTRATION AND BETTER TRAINING. UTILIZATION OF COLONIAL YEOMANRY. London, March 9. 7.20 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

NEW AfiMY SCHEME. [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH;] [Received March 11, 2.30 a.m.] UNFOLDED BY MR; BRODRICK. 12(i,500 MORE SOLDIERS. IMPROVED ADMINISTRATION AND BETTER; TRAINING. . UTILIZATION OF COLONIAL YEOMANRY. ? London, March 0, 7.20 a.m. .. Iii the Commous yesterday Mr.^St. John Brodrick, Secretary' of State for War, unfolded to a deeply interested Housn thi? nroniised sreat anm' scheme which the nation since the general elec tion has eagerly awaited, and which is belie\*ed to embody the ideas of Earl Roberts. Viscount Wolseley, and other famous military leaders. The central feature of the neAV proposals is that there shall be six completely equipped army corps, each of at least 40,000 officers and men. Every . corps is to ' ?? haA-e a district of its OAvn. and three of them, totalling about i:JO,000 troops, are to be always in readiness to go abroad. A large por tion of the administrative work at pre sent performed by the War Office is to devolve in future on the commanders of the ar...

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ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE. IMPERIAL TROOPERS BEFORE THE COURT. AN INTERESTING POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

ABSENT WITHOUT 'LEAVE. IMPERIAL TROOPERS BEFORE THE COURT. AN INTERESTING POSITION. At the City Police Court on Saturday .morning, before Mr. J. Gordon, S.M., and 'Mr. F. J. Whtfcby, Privates William ?Middleton, William Baldwin, and Edward G. Barnes Avere charged on remand Avith having been absent Avithout leave from tattoo roll call on ^Mareh 1. The defend ants belonged to the Highland Light In Tantry, the 7th Hussars, and the 4th Bat ?talion of the Norfolk Regimen't, and pre sented a picturesque appearance as they Ftood to attention in the Box. Mr. A. J. AfacLachlan represented Private Middle ton. Inspector Sullivan, Avho appeared to prosecute, asked for a remand. He had communicated with Colunel Wyndham, Avho was in charge of the representative corps, and at his request he had referred the mat ter to the home authorities by cable. A reply had not yet been received. Mr. Mac Lachlan. contended that -the defendants had been Avrongly imprisoned. He thought the bench Avould concede th...

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NORTH ADELAIDE V. WEST TORRENS. North Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

NORTH ADELAIDE V. WEST TORRENS. North Adelaide. First Innings. P. Hutton, st. A. Jarvis, b. Ooombe -. .. .. 20 F. Ward, -c. ? Evans, b. Jarvis ? 6 W. Chase, b. Jarvis ? - - _ 27 A. McKechnie, l.b.w., h. Coombe .. .... - 2 ,T. Matthews, b.' Coombe .: ? 1 II. Pellew, b. Coombe ? .. .. — -. ?? 10 J. C. Reedman, b. Coombe ? .. -21 F. J. Dickinson, not out ...._..., ~ .. Hri IX Jones, b. Ninham .. .. .. .. .. — ..'..* 30 R. G. Jennings, thrown out ?:. .. ? 1 P. Atkinson, st. A. Jarris, b. Coombe .. .. ( Byes 6, leg-byes 2 -.. .. .-. .. .. i. -- .-. .8 Total ? '.. ? ?'v-23P Bowling— P. Jarvis, 19o. 2m. 72r.- 2w.j Coombe, 20.30. 2m. 87r. Gw.; Ninhara, 6o. lm. 44r. lw.; Pretty, 3o. 2Sr. West' Torrens. , First Innings. * F. .Tarvis, not out ... ? ?». ?» ?? ' &- T. E. Cragen, c Matthews, b. Jones — .. ,. .5 A. H. Pellew, not 'out .. .. .. .. .. M « ~ 25 No-ball ? —. «,-'i, mi .. - ^1 Total (for 1 wicltet) ...... u'—. ~ 100;

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LAWN TENNIS. SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. Fairford v. Harlestone. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

LAWN TENNIS. SUBURBAN1 ASSOCIATION. Fairford v. Harlestone. Volter and Richards lost to M. and F. Goode, 4—6, 4— fi; Uungc and Paddock won from Lansstovil and Saunders, O— 0, ti — :t; Cralter and Hassch won from Kitlicr and Hushes, 0 — 1, 6 — I; Woher won from 11. Uooue, li— 5j (.rafter lost to r. Uoode. 2—0; Itunge lost to J-angsford, 4— «; l'ad ilock won from Suundcrs, 0— i; Hasseil won from Hughes, 0—5; Richards drew with Kither, 1—4 (un finished): Misses N. Ricliards and Prosper won from Hisses 11511. 0—2; Missus Pank and Runge won from Jtisrcs Fawcett and Goode, U— 2; Misses E. and L. Jtii-hards won from .Misses Hunter. 6—2; Miss N.' Kichards lost to Miss 0. Hill, J-Hi; Miss ITosfer won from .Miss M. Hill, G— 1; Mis I'ank lost to Miss Kawcctl, 5— (i. FairforU— 11 sets, 80 games. Harlestonca— 0 sets. VO sranies. Woodville Park v. Glenbrook. A. MeColl and tioodhart lost to White and Bur nell, 4—0, 4— -i; l'ulsford and Brown drew with Hilton and Tucker. 4— fi, (j— 3; P. J and P. \...

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ROWING. THE CHAMPION EIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

ROWING. THE CHAMPION EIGHTS. ? Tlie race for the eight-car championship ?was rowed on the Port River on Saturday afternoon by teams representative of the Port Adelaide and Mercantile Clubi. The weather was fine and the water Liny smooth. A large number of people watched the race from a launch winch followed the oarsmen. Among thosa on b^aid the . official Doxt were Sir Edwin Smith, patron of the South Australian' Rowing Associa tion; and Messrs. J. W. dire, mayor; and C. K. .Morris, ex-mayor, of Port Adelaide. It cannot be. said that the cantest exe t;d . a great deal of public interest, because the ? result Ayas generally regarded as a foregone | conclusion. Another, circumstance winch, j decreased the interest in the event was ^he unaccountable absence of a team represent ing the Adelaide Club. Rowing enthusiasts were surprised and disappointed to find that this club, with suck. a latge member ship, and still larger following of suppor ters, which aspires to the premier place in I...

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DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

DEPUTATIONS. Road from Gulnare to IJundaleer.— The Hon. A.Catt, Messrs. J. Milicr and W. P Cummins, the members for Gladstone and Stanlev. with Messrs. Harver and Burns, councillors, and Mr. S. Eyi!es, clerk of the Georgetown District Council, -waited upon the Commissioner ? of Crown Laqds on Thursday rejpirding the main road from Gulnare' Station lo.Biindaleer waterworks, and asked that the promised grant for that road should be allowed. The Commissioner replied that as a promise had been made ithe special., grant for . that road, would, be deducted from the amount ordinarily giver, to the council. ' '? ? ' Fishing: in the Cooronk.— A deputation, consisting of Messrs. C.' Tucker, A;' II. l'cakc, A. IX : Handyrfdc, and C. M. R. Dumas,!- M.P.'s; waited - on . the ' Treasurer on Thursday to ask that a bar in the Coorong might be cut to enable fishermen to pass: up the lake. The deputation said the' bar in question is about 12 miles, from fioolwa, between the south-east corner- of Tauw...

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RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

RELIGIOUS. In Memoriam Window.— On Sunday morning at Christ Church. Xcrfh ,Adcki(le, a window in 'memory of .Mr. 1«\ T. ])ut ton and his wife Caroline Du.tton was un vcilcu by Dean Marryat. 'The window re places one which was put up in memory of Mrs. Dutionin 1855, and was -erected by the ehidren 'of Jlr. and Mrs. Dutton, ^re?-re V. M.-and.F. Dutton, and 3Ira. Mit chell. The design on tlie glass represents two- figures* Justice and Charity, the former holding- a sword and balance, and the other — :i female— instructing three children. A'round. the border'. are scrolls alternately of Justice and Caritaa..- llrs. ])uttx)n was a diiu^hter'of Mr. JIcDennott, and the two families have l)een connected with the church since it was ouened. ' Y.1I.C.A;— rilic. twenty-second anniver sary tea gathering and public meeting in connection with tlie Adelaide Y.1I.C.A. 13 now definitely -fixed, and will be held in the Jubilee. Exhibition Building ori'.Tueaiay'i April 23. The Uishap of Adelaide, the ...

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THE CODLIN MOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

THE CODL1N MOTH. On. Saturday evening a meeting of gar deners was held at Summertown to con sider the codlin moth regulations. Mr. Dunn nresided. and there were about 120 people present. The chairman explained that the meeting was not antagonistic to the one recently held at Uraidla. Now that a restriction was placed on the sale of infested fruit, and factories reiused to take, ? it, there Mrauld be some place to which it could be sent.— Mr. ^Y; Merchant moved— 'That the regulations relating to codlin moth should be reconsidered by the Go vernment.' At present, from'Houghton to Hahndorf, and to Stirling, the principal trouble was with' old storenouses and small -growers. What was the use of plac ing bandages on the trees spasmodically? If the restrictions were removed, half thu people would not put. the bands on the. trees. He did not agree with the admini stration of -the present. Act, and he object ed to making, criminals of honest gardeners. The apples imported into South Africa,...

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