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A PHENOMENAL GRAPE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

A PHENOMENAL GRAPE CROP. The present season has been one of the best experienced in the Payneham fruitgrow ing district for several years, and almost al! the gardeners have obtained excellent re turns for their labour. All. kinds of fruit have been plentiful, but the grape crop is unusually prolific. One gardener, who has ten acres planted with vines, confidently expects that his vineyard will yield 5,000 cases of grapes, which will be nearly 1,000 cases in excess of any previous year's re turns. A large proportion of the grapes will, of course, be marketed as fresh fruit, but a considerable quantity will be convert ed into raisins. Several hundred cases of grapes have already been spread on the drying grounds or stored in tlie healed chambers in which the process is complet ed.

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE STEREOTYPE PLATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

THE STEREOTYPE; PLATES. :.,/.- The printing' cylinders of the machine ' are so constructed .that the stereotyped ., . plates froui which the. newspapejr la ; to be printed can be firmly . clamped. to .,?„..» their surfaces. Each stereotype plate represents a page of 'The Register' or 'The Evening Journal,!'' -aid is bent iu the form of a-half-cyllnderso that ]two '? of them,: wben clamped on to the print- .-, ing cylinder, form a wrapping orepver-. - ing of type metal, almost .completely ' ' hiding the- steel of the machine belpwV, ' When the- niechahism.Js about 'to , be' . started a, very uusy.:scehe is presented,,.. . as the stereo plates come down from the stereotyping department which is in the top .story. Each plate is i lower- . ed by means of a lift and' quickly .finda Its 'proper place on Ui'ff'jnaTjhine, , Sefikr ing the upper regiofls .of the premises ' TEE STANHOPE PRESS. - TEE STANHOPE PRESS. -

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

?''??'?? THE KNICKERBOCKER, ?''??'?? THE KNICKERBOCKER,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

? , THE GAS -ENGINE. ' ? , THE GAS -ENGINE. '

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SUICIDE BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

SUICIDE BY DROWNING. Shortly before 10 o'clock . on Saturday morning the body '-of a man was found in the South Australian Company's Basin. Port Adelaide. It was lyinc face downwards across the waling piece of the wharf, where it had evidently stranded as the tide re ceded. The body was identified as that of James James, aged about 56 years, who for some time past had been an inmate of the Destitute Asylum, Adelaide. It was dress ed in a shirt, trousers, and socks, -while a coat, vest, boots, and li.it were discovered on the swing platform of Fisher Bridge. The Acting City Coroner, Mr: G. 11. Ay liffe, held an inquest at Ford's Royal' Arms Hotel on Saturday afternoon. According to the evidence the deceased had been suffering for some time from- a complaint which caused him intense ;igony. On Monday last he complained of it, and remarked that at times tlie pain was so great that he felt in clined to do away with himself. About 18 months ago he attempted to cut his throut. In a pencil...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

^HE THREE-DECK HOE. ^HE THREE-DECK HOE.

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PUBLISHING TIME AT "THE REGISTER" OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

PUBLISHING TIME AT' 'THE RE GISTER'' OFFICE. The distribution, of the newspapers after they have been printed is a task which requires a 'good deal of business abilitv. In the present day every one wants his or her newspaper at the earliest possible, momeur; and many people would resent having to wail half an hour for their paper as em phatically as rhcy would grumble at being compelled to suffer a similar de lay in gettiii:,' their breakfast Conse quently. Hie. most facile -arrangements must be. made by. the publisher and his staff of -busy, assistants, for having all the- suburbs supplied with the utmost expedition through the agents or run ners, and for 'sending the bijr. parcels by. trains in various directions. Tho scene hi frjint of 'The Register' build ings. :is depicted in ouF illustration, may be viewed iu broad daylight ?when the specially' popular Saturday's issue of ''The Evening .[ourual'' is being sent out— in fact, it was necessary for the photographer to seize that o...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

To the Editor. . Sir— Many people are crying- out- .before, ?they are hurt over the Early Closing. .-AcL Why not give it a fair trial. I ? run;- -two shops, and went in for the Satiirdav .b'alf ? holiday from the first, and I find no' fall-, ing off. 1 know many more who report the j same result; yet many are going to alter their day from Saturday to .Wednesday. I suppose they think that by so doing they ?will get back the old mteen-hour day. j They must forget that, whether they take: Saturday or Wednesday, they.- will' be al- ! lowed only the same number of working ! hours, and at the same time will do their] assistants out of a halt-day that is a great j boon in exchange for one that it almost of ' no use — no sports, full fares, and back to j work early next morning. Saturdays— all sports, cheap fares, can go miles from ;home, no need to get back till Sunday, night or Monday morning. Take this, week, for instance— h'ow many hundreds of assistants.^ both male and female, will hav...

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PROBATIONARY HOME FOR GIRLS. OPENED AT WOODVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

PKOBATIONAIIY HOME FOR aiKLS. OPENiD AT: WOODVILLE. The Salvation Army is known by, its works, and judged by them, is not iound wanting: . in this State .alone the irniv lias siirppsifnllv started manv phiiantliropic movements, and its capacity ? for good ' work .' Is ever growing. There was' opened on' ' Satur day aiternooii, jut Woodviile, an. institution which .the oflicers of the army. hoi-e will have a wide ' influence. This is a Proba tionary Home for Girls, and its object is to -jbviate tlie necessity lor sending tiiem to a State reformatory by providing a home where they wiil receive discipline and a domestic education. Similar schools huve already been introduced into Victoria and Queensland/ and an effort- ia being made to extend operations fco NeV Souti» Wales.-' In this work the -.army authori ties' are subsidized by the Government, but the support- of the outside public is re quired and sought by them. 1'Jie capitation fee paid by the South Australian Govern ment is 6s....

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THE AUTUMN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

THE AUTUMN ,'? SHOW. The autumn show, which. was concluded on Satur.lajv was one of the most success ful held lor ruauy years. The gate receipts for tha ?iast dav ernia.iLd; those of 12 months ago,! and the spectators were thoroughly in- ; ve.ested. though ihe exuidtion. of fencing by the:huatefs was disappointing,-,und the hifeh jUinjdng wa= a trifle below ti.e' stan- dard of prev.uus shows. Still if these two classes' had deteriorated, it was E-eaiing to notice an improvement in other directions, notably in the seccion fours, i which', was coniined to members of the military force*. The wearers of the kh.ki entered wifci zest into tKeir engagement, they gave as gjod an exhib tion of horsemanship' as could- be Bisired^ and tne cheering Jnd ent:.u»;aiin that, toll-awed their peiformance must have ?i'liiprccstd fc.e comm.tt.e with the impbrt-' Iiiite of- liolding out further inducementd'for jnoire men to co'mpete. 'At.presentonly two prizes .-are-, given, and; the autiiori.ies might ...

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A WARNING TO WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

' A .WARNING TO WOMEN. . ? Mrs.'! Stratford, .a young married lady, whocse personal appearance is jioc without 'cliarins, resides at Jlilncent, a. township iui(l i-jilwav station on 'the itivoli Jiay, ? and. tubugli but twenty she has gone through iar in'Ofe than most ladies oi uer age, as she explained to the reporter. . ? ; 'ii'or the las'i thlee years, she said, '1 have been agreat suilerer trom debility, the sympwiuo oi wuicli were severe ucuuachea', uuauiess, pains in the shoulders, (jackucne, loss oi appetite, and sleeplessness. My kver was especially sluggish in the summer— the heat always made we sick and tired.: 1 was lrequeuily under medical- treatment, -. but- did- not recover; [then one- ot the doctors advised me to go under an operation, but' I declined, in the meantime i bej^an . takr. jng Dr. AVilliams' pink pills tor pale. peSpjei fcso ill was 1 that.-no '??_'? ?improvement; .vwffi noticeable'until i1 had taken1 iour bdxes, hut two more boxes completely cured me: Nb....

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. Friday, March 8. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice] Bellingham v. Silvester. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

SUPREME COURT-CIVIL STTIXGS. Friday, ltarch £. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice] . ISelliiiL'liam v. .Silvester. . _T .. ? . Tliis was an application by-tlie-plaintiff atl» journcd into Court lor the summary disposal of the action.' The plaintiff claimed £75 tor money lent on the security of a charge on the defen dant's- share in the partnership formerly existing between plaintiff and defendant, and asked for an order that lie was entitled, to enforce the charge. Defendant pleaded not indebted, and eoumer-claimed* to be entitled to accounts against the plaintiff.— Mr. -K. 11.- Limbert ap peared for plaintiff, and read the affidavits of the plaintiff and other persons, and the defendant was examined on oath.— His Honor cave. judg- ment for the plaintiff for £75, with £15 16s. costs; all goods- in the possession of the defendant belonging to ihe partnership to be'given up with in seven days; all assets ot the partnership to be sold by plaintiff- by auction in part payment of debt; ...

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EAST TORRENS ASSOCIATION. KENT TOWN Y. ROSE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

EAST TORRENS ASSOCUTION. KENT TOWN V. ROSE- PARK. Hose Park, 105. ? - ' ?, -.., ' . . ' , Kent Town.— Scores previously published, G for 53; Ferguson, b. Hales, :4;.WiUcox, c. Jackman, b. THankpv. IS: Turner, b. Hales. 1: .-I^nnford. not out, 45; Colliver, b. Hales, 9; extras, 34; total, 1(U. . Bowling-Hales, 5 for 39; Nesbit, 1 for 16; Jackman, 1 for 27; Mankey, 3 for 35; Kippiat, ,0 for 19. ?- ?? -?-??.: . . ?'.???;:;? ,.??.-.?;.;? .- '?';;. Rose Park Csecond innings).— Angel, a. Johns, b. Laneslocd, 17; Sayers, b. JenMnson, 28: Lloyd, i b. Collivor, 50; Robinson, run out, 4; Hales, not out, 14; Nadebaum, not out, 29; extras, 8; total (for 4 wickets), 140. Bowling— Colliver, 1 for.61; Johns; 0 for 12; Langsford, 1 for 02; J-»»kin5on, 1 for 14. . .- --.?.-'POLWICH-V. OXFOHL '. Oxford.— H.' Somcrs, run out, 6; F. Woodford, c. and b. Plinikett, 57; J. Deane, c Williams, b. J. Walkley,.4;',j;. Maync.b.1 J« Walkley, 0; F. Stein wcdel,* b. J.4 Walkley, 02; F. Ulaikc, l.b.w., b. Plunkctt...

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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT.] THE HON. J. V. O'LOGHLIN, M.L.C. AT PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [PUBLISHED BV SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS THE U0Nf. J. V-.- O'LOGin^lN, M.L.C., AT PORT PIRI13. ' ? On Friday, March 1, the llou. J.V. O'Loghlin, iU.L.C, adilrca«cd' the' electors in the iown hall, i'ort Pine, as a candidate for the Federal Senate. The mayor, Mr. Walchcr, presided. Notwithstanding that it wasi a sweltering hot evening, there was d good attendance. The Piemier (Hon. F. \\. Holder), and Mr. \V. Copley, M.I'., also addressed the meeting. Mr. O'Loghb'n said he need hardly intro duce himself to a Port Pirie audience, as it was the chief polling place in the Korth ern District,' which he had represented in the Legislative Council for the last 12 years. For a third of that time he held the responsible position of leader of the Upper House and of Chief Secretary and Minister of Defence in the Kingston- Mini- stry, the longest, and' he ventured to say the strongest, Government which ever held office in South Australia— (cheers)— and which had always kept the ...

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RAILWAY EMPLOYES' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

RAILWAY EMPLOYES*:^ .... picnic; :H Tim eiglilcenUi annual picnic ' of ' thfl ?outh Aimtraliilii' 'railway 'cniirtbyesr waa held at, lnc National l'ark . on- haturdayi During the morning live- special. trains con voyed tho. -picnickers to J5clair, and- many, drove, Jrom the city in drags... and.. ptfjcr . conveyances. It is cstinialed that bctwccU. 15,000 and 4,000 ]'m.;op'1c vcrc o'ti'thc'grouncl,' where the committee had made excellent' proviaonfor the* comfort of the holiday niakcrt-. Keen -interest w,-us -taken yii- Uic l-|vor.tti, and jnont of the events wcro.ulosely, contested. Those for whom. the spirts )1{\(; not po»ei.f biiHicicnt attraction la keep them in' the rather fierce lic';it'-6f-thc' siia bought' the sheltered1 spots''tillieli' jiboilb'd in the ncinity-of thc.tmil. (The youthful fraternity, were kept amused- by a ptu-. gidinmc. of juvenile ritccs iind the dislnbu-. tion of toys and sweets. The arrangements reflected' credit upon' tlie 'commiCtee/'iind the almost .u...

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SOCIAL TO MR C. R. MORRIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

SOCIAL. TO MR. 0. B.. MORRTS. . . If any evidencs was. needed . to -prove t,h'e; ?popularity ^of Mr..C. R. Morris aniongst the sfwftihglrateriiity^of -Port' 'Adelaide it was manifested oil Saturday evenina at. a social gjthiring held tit the OddfeLows Hall. 111' his 'honour. All the clubs in bhe district ??were jiOt-'resented, and over- 100 gentlemen ig.it.'; down , to ' light' .refreshments. ' lhe mayor,; Mr. J.-W. Caire, presided, andjthc ?loyal- toatt having been honoured, Mr. P. JGdudie' sUbmited' 'Kindred' ciubsr'- Port ^Adelaide hid always ..been prominent in. ifejfort,- 5and' he ' trusted -,f hat ;the Euccesses of ?iHe past .would be' ^einuli fed ''in] the future. ?(OBeers.)'.' Mr: M.'Wdiil lespbnded- Orr' be- iji\t of . the' Royal -Soudr. Atuiralian; Yacht' Squad, on, Dr.- Hill lor the Port- Adelaide; failing '.Club, Alderman Toild for the'Elec-; Hoi&ie Cricket. Club/ Mr. J.- J. Walsh -for. -''the 'Athletic and lowing Club, Mr. J. Swec Heyion-b^hilf of- the Football ...

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

1 Cooling ! Health-giving J 1 I 3& I «MltfTTl£ |L JfM wwors fluid I I \»S\ iTQWwAniiiiffliThTi.il' I' l^MM^MTh* Cooling, ln»lfor»tlng K ? SPiRkS «'-- 8trwi«Umili« K I MiP^lr^S. Efftct* *'* Wmply K I ly^^gEJf OftllCtelitatSlHM. -B I mutt ci it»tib- 'Corert Funo.' r ? .? Tt«»m»cwrfy-wieCnr5rr553ensBi5r'-M ? ., ihonlij b««l footed Ubri. . '? g Kpw»rn of jnttrjor_An»to-li«n 8nb»titnt«. ' W Impure Blood Make it Pure, Rich, and Healthy. Impure blood takes the very life right out of one. You just drag around- at your work, feeling wretched and dis consolate.all the time.' You aro weak, discouraged, and have lost faith in medicine. Try just one thing more, for -we are sure we can help you. Mr. C. Mundon-Cresdee, of Camp belltown, South Australia, sends us this letter, with his photograph: : . ; 'I was suffering from a very bad wound that would not heal. I thought it must boon account of my blood, so I tried AVER'S Sarsaparilla After taking only two bottles my wound thoroughly healed...

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

SH1PPINQ P. 55 0/ ? STEAM NAVIGATION* C0MPAX1'. Under Royal Mail Contract, ' will dispatch the following Steamers via r'remantle,- Colombo, Aden, Marseilles, Gibraltar, Plymouth, and Lon don, with liberty to call at Brinilisi:— ' Sicuiiua. T.'ns vjumnianiler. | Leave. ?OCEANA' ? 6C3J £? Gadrt I M.irrh M. ?BRITANNIA.... 6525 V. 11. Seymour March 28. ?AUSTRALIA.... 6303 I. Reeves April U ?VICTORIA....'.. 0527 E. Crewe April 25 ROME ? 5T,13 .1. Cowie May 0 HIMALAYA ? iKS W. L. Broun May 23. CHINA ? 7012 T. S. Angus June ti. ? 'Via liobart from Sydney. Passengers for Urindisi Tranship at l'orl Said. NOTICE TO PASSE N3ER8. Liberal reductions to families. ? JVhole Cabins Reserved. The .Accommodation tt both 'First and Second Saloons is unsurpassed. PasBagc from Kurope, &c;, cm be arranged here. Passengers allowed to break their journey »t intermediate ports. Tourists' Tickets— India, China, Japan, &c. Hound-tlie-world Tickets is sued. PASSAGE RATES. .TiokeU issued at lowes...

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

POLO. .. [By O.B:j : ? When I was told that at Monlefiore JM ait 7 o'clock oh Saturday morning a pol-j match' was to'be played; I decided that the follovrers-'of ithe-game- v.-ere-most entihusias tic of sportsmen. -There was some delay, as one player failed toT appear, and '.tnst game .proceeded without' him': ' The teams were:— Reds— 1.' C. T. Bray; 2; Lord- -R. Xevill;' 3,' H. Ikw-Smith'; back, F.'H. Downer: BlUes^2,1D. Waite,-.3, P. Lnw Suiith;-back, F. J.' Donaghy. The play, started quieuy, the.blues , hitting .for the nor&em goal, as which, end ^nupk. potter- ing took place. Waite.made a clever cut for goal at. ii difficult angle,' and' jiist nil»*(l scoring. Theball (.-antintfedtw hovtn-'tiroTirni the' reds' citadel until Bray picked out -the ftphcre and drove it nouth,, ,P- law-Smrtli mndeu brilliant-.run, but only gained a,l/.J liind-.- Downer then did «ome. good work foV.lhc reds. .^V ic\v minutes later the blues had thq advantage, and agoal was'M.-oml by Wailc. Fte...

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

QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT. ? 0 ? ISSUE OF £1,000,000 DEBENTURES, BEING PART OF A SUM OF £2,374,213 AUTHORIZED TO BE RAISED BY THE QUEENSLAND 'GOVJiRNMENT1 LOAN ACT, « V1OT. NO. 24, 1900. ' TO BE INT ADDITION TO AND TO EANK PARI PASSU WITH QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT LOANS ALKEADY EXISTING. ? Repayable at par, 1st January, 1951, but may be lodecined on or after danuary 1, 1920, upon twelve months'' 'notice being given. -. . Interest being at the rate of £3i par centum per annum, payable from 1st January, 1901. _ ? . — 0 — ? THE TREASURER OF THE STATE OF QUKKNSLa'.N.D invites Tenders for '£1,000.000 QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT DEBENTURES, beating interest at.tlw. rate of £3J per cent, per annum, repayable at par on: January 1, 1951, but which, may be paid off at par on or after January*], 1826, upon twelve months' notice being given by notice in the 'Government Gazette' and in the principal newspapers circulating in Australia. -?* . ' . These Debentures will' be in addition to and will rank pari pass...

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