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"TANNHAUSER" AND "LOHENGRIN" To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

?'?TAXyUAUSBR1' AND 'LOHEN^ ? v '..?..::..QB.is^'r'-' '1''1': To the Editor. Sirr-TJie splendid' leader in/The.Kegis ter' on 'Tannhauser' explains the 'legend; woll, but thefe- is *.-|uestiori that- 'excites miidf enriotatv. How is it that Hsa, ?vdio was, innocent, Josesvher heart s-desirpi arid Tannhauser, who aptly representg the pjrodigal, Son,, rises fuperior.fa'.AlLobetacles until even the, yerj- rod blossoms in hw hand Is ' ihis-^-must '{his be^UJe'case;'iri. real life? Tannhaudtr was whollyAuilr}', Elfa waj? Avliolly innocent. 'She w brar1?. too, for her faith doefi'iioli-falt/erivlHle she-is prS.\-ing to be .deliycred,.frQm,,T^trainnry,- false ..charge .that, she has murdered,, her little brother. She' is forgiving, for she accepts(0rtrud's simulatc'iTT'e'pehtanccV'irer only mistekeis that vrhen-Ortrud- rellr her evil things* about Lon'ehffrin she wants to' know the truth, -and for a. nature, so pni» and loving no other .cpbree wa8,.open.; .Xe.fc it costs all but the satkfac...

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

FUNERAL. NOTICES mtlK Vriends of fhe'lilte Mrs/ JA'NB MORC \N, JL nliii -'f the late I'eter Morgan, late of 1UI dim am! Hurra, are'iespeetftllv informed that her UKMAIVS will Im Removed from the Itesidencc nf her XiM-i' (Mrs; ?(.'. i. Kilmnrc),; First ayenuu, East Adelaide, -THIS - HAY -.(.Monday.), for Inter mint- in the, Hurra CJwc'te'ry, on arrival morn; iiur's tr.iin from Adelaide. .1. II. K1KBKKT 'Jt SON'S, . (JmifflT street. I'hdertalicr.s :md Embalmer RELIGIOUS NOTICES HrxrntARSU coNcfuiXATioxAL sundvy ?SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. . .MONDAY JiVKXINff, 7.30. Addrcs-br- Rev. W.- II. Lewis/- Solos- by. 'Mr* \Yastcll, Misses Ada Goodall and llulda Monten, M--wr«. \V. .1. Orchard ami W. li. Dolcy. Spvviat Singing' l-y Si-hoUirs. GS,TO YK fl ID A -2nd ANNIVERSARY. i\/l B* fi JUBlUEc. EXHIBITION \m II li BUILDING. ? 1 1 i ? \J ? a! iTUESDAY, . APRIL, 23. The RIGHT REV. LORD UISIIOI' of ADELAIDE' . lu . preside. .. D.OflO Person? hoped for and. i-spccti'd to. lie pre Ecru at the Tea (latheri...

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

. PHILANTHROPIC. / Aileiuiiiu Cliiiilrens Hospital.— -Tl w monLhly meciinp ufllic board of, nuEagcmcnt fwas lieid -n March,', when there were present — pte. Lcndrn, vire-nrefident fin the. eliairt. Ijidr Wtbi Mcsdamcii Reach, Iiiiiaknian, Campbell, Fislicr, [Svdc, Jolui son, Masarpy, and Wriglit, Dr. C»mpSidl,. Mcssr*. (icorge ltrookman. C. H. Gor.d?, 1a Pj Iiiwrencc, C. S. eaWer, and }V. Hqjvcliin, secnMlJry. The chairman iu u few Tclicitious terms wrilconicd Mr. and Sirs, llrookman to the' riicetinK ,-jj , the board after their trip to Europe.— It was'detSded to ssn.i a incssagnof loyal . sympathy from lit board on the death of Ucr Graeioiis Majesty f (Juccn Vic toria.— The financial ttatcment, read I)y the hon. treasurer; (.Mr. Leader), showed reccipjj £155-16i. and ? expenditure JiaiS 10a. . lid.— Tl ic , resident medical officer reported patients admitted, 44; diselarged, 42; now in hospital, 76; I aver»'ee'for mtnth, CG.S; ' deaths, 5; cam?' of (| ath, pneu monia, . congenital...

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MUSINGS OF A MUSICIAN. IV. RUBBISH AND RICHES [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

?MUSINGS OF A MUSICIAN. [By IJryeeson Treharne.] IV. KUBBISH AND RICHES. The public likea inferior production; as a rule prefers it because- it understands it more easily; and this preference may irritate the artist into a burst of wrath.— 0U1DA. It is not en 'the score of inborn pre judice, or inherent antagonism that 1 would irfng brickbats .at popular English opera fciny more than 1 would persistently insist vthat all fruil-hended pro-pie who sicrifice nheir irideiwndence of thought and freedom of.uction to the rank tyranny ct the habit ?dcapbt deserve limitless incarceration in a Hiermtt's hut, for the world loves the god of fashion, and most of its loathly units icringe in moral fear and wallow in miry ?dissimulation at liis feet. Why? Well, »e *cause if they disobey his licuissts they are vilified by the viperous axing of so-called '?.-oeiety'— that putrid conglomeration of senseless humanity— the wildest, mos: ?erotic, incomprehensible, and autocratic :power that has ever iss...

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METHODIST CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

METHODIST CONFERENCE. Tlie sessions of the Methodist Confereiii.'e were continued in Pirie street Church (in Saturday., The Rev. T. Piper, jiresident -iof conference, was in the chair. ! Tbe -Rev. Dr. Burgess intimated that .me would be unable to attend the Ecumenical Council in England, and a committee ^nas appointed to enquire whether arrangemes^ta could be made in order that he might ;re- ^ tain his position as a delegate. . j' f The report of the church properties cpai- \. mittee was read by the secretary, Rev.* 0 T. Newman, and adopted. ? . '. Mr. E. lit Colton submitted tbe repoijt- of tlie jubilee theological fund, which j-waa adopted. Mr.. Colton was reappointed jisee i-ctary, and Mr.'C. H. Treloar auditor}, o£ the fund. The report of the executive Jboui mittee of Prince Alfred College in refeijenco to the fund was also adopted. ' ! The annual Te]-ort of i'rince Alfred .?Col- lege, submitted by the Rev. Dr. JiuiS.-ess, and .that of Way College, which was ;read by Br. Torr, A...

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CRICKET. ELECTORATE MATCHES. QUIET PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

CRICKET. ELECTORATE MATCHES. 'QTJIET PLAY. [By Recorder.] Weather conditions favoured' senior; cric keters -oh Saturday, for though, the early part'of the afternoon, was .hoi, the -- cool westerly breeze which freshened as the day wore.o.n gave a enspness to the-air^tnat was invigorating. The most dashing cric ket was seen in tne match between North Adelaide and West Torrens, the play in the other fixtures, , especially that at Port Adelaide, being rather slow. ? .'--??'.- Interest' centred in the meeting of East Adelaide, and East Torrens, as the .pre miership for the season and the ownerehfp of the St. PauK trophy depend largely! on the result. Should the present premiers win -there is little fear of their losing either, but in case the victory goes to East Torrens the other matches to. be played by each dub will decide the issue.- Wiat is practically the ' championship' match was begun on the Shirt; Oval on Saturday, the- venue having been changed when the programme was -rearrang...

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

To the Editor. Sir— As 'Preserve, the Act'-V wishes to know .how- others _have_succeeded in check ing'-.the ?'.pest,'l Itt me', say that '.five years ago. J: found it all. jover, taj^ gardcn- but 'I paid', strici; lattention ]to suppressing it and fumigating all 'the 'cases', an3 it- has not destroyed more than. 2 per cent, per annum. We have just picked 400 cases with not more than-.l per- cent., inf-ected, and'-no-.in- fected'on'es have beeii taken from the trees previous to tliis. During the five years I must have sent to market and exported several thousand cases, and there have not been 50 infected apples in the lot, as they have - been -examined twice before leaving the garden. vBut, if rumour is correct, thou sands of cases are being sold which are all infested. This is not as it should be, unles we are all allowed to sell them. I am in .favour. of preventing the sale of infestai apples ivith discretion until further tested. I am, Sir, &c, TRY AGAIN.

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

To the Editor. isir— At a meeting ot fruitgrowers at Uraidla a tew days ago it was decided 'to get up a deputation to wait on toe Uovern meat, asking tliein to repeal tne regulation torbiudmg tne Kale ot apples ana pears affected by the codlin motti, and several anonymous correspondents are howling with indignation at tlie prospect of' sucu. a thing. It is wed known that a large percentage of -apples and pears turoughout the -colony are more or less aitected by the codlin motli, despite all efforts to keep the pest under control; and there is net the slightest doubt tiiat much of the affected ?mut is marketable, and- decidedly lit lot human consumption, and would be eagerly bougut by hunareds; but under the present Jaw it must not be sold, but destroyed, which is a siniui waste of good human food. Every gardener who vamed his reputatiou woulil, if allowed to dispose of tins fruit, be careful to offer for .sale only fully de veloped and otherwise sound specimens, which, as far as act...

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

AUCTIONS i ABSTRACT Or SALES BY AUCTIOV J$- r-ims day. Johnson Jfc Co.— At their Mart, at half-past ten— Furniture. ? C. I!. Gurr k Co.— At Wakefield street, at half past ten— Furniture. J. C. Haddy * Co.— At, Portland, at eleven— Gro- ceries, Furniture, kc Luxmoore, Chapman, k Co.— At ten— Tallow; at ten minutes past ten— Hides; at half-past two Sheepskins; Rabbit and O]-ossum Skins to fol low. Elder, Smith, & Co.— At ten— Tallow; at eleven Hides. laixmoprc, 11. ,T. CoomlK & Co.— At ten— Tallow; at Iialf-nast eleven— nule--; .it two— Rabbit anil ? 'possum Skins; Horsehair, Gum, and Sheepskins to follow. ? ......... , . ..... Co-opiT.i'tive Wool aml-Prodirct Association.— Ac half-past' ten-Hides. ' ' Farmers' Cii-opcrative Union.— At half-past ten Hi^, Tallow. THIS DAY (Monday), March 11, at ll.a.mr OX Tllli PREMISES, LANGHAM PLACE, PORTLAND, P.A. J. C. HADDY & CO. liave received instructions from the Executors of Mary Ann Cooper (deceased) to *ell, ABSOLU-. ...

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BOWLS. THE ADELAIDE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

BOWLS. THE ADELAIDE CLl:l!.- - A large number of ladies pathprcd at the green of the Adelaide Bowling Club on Saturday, when the monthly 'afternoon tea' was provided. Ad vantage was taken of the opportunity iu s.iv mind. 'Li ?,rVW- '? stcvcnson. «'! I«'I-»lar chairman of the club, who on Saturday will leave, with Mrs. Stevenson, for a trip to the old country. .Mr] It. .7. Coombs, one of the vice-presidents, and Mr C. O. (iurr, expressed the kindly feeling enter tained by the members for the chairman,. who they said had been one. of the best supporters of the club. Hearty cheers were given for Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson. Mr. Stevenson briefly replied He then presented Messrs. T. C. Walker and A. Bar rett, as winners of the handicap pairs tournament, with silver cake dishes, the prizes he had offered The chairman then handed to Mrs. Clarence Moody a gold chain as an indication that the members of the team which visited the eastern States during Commonwealth week appreciated tlie efforts o...

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MOOREFIELD RACES. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

M00REF1ELD RACES.' SYDNEY, March 10. .Races were held at Moorefteld 'yesterday in fine veather. There was a good attendance. Re sults:— : , ? ? '??'? '?? ?:.''. ---r ?:,???? '? ...-?? ' '.??'?. ' ' KOGARAH STAKES. :-' * ...';?'»'?' ' Six furlongs.'* '-; : Cliatfipipn, - 7 st. ,10. lbf (Hartigan) .. .. .VI Barrister,' 7'st. 2 ft. (CKcrry): ..?..'.. -..''..'2 Goldfinch, 7 st 12 ft. HCleal) ..:.!..' ...' .V ,3 . Other ' starters:— Stv Oatien, . J.R., - Lygon, . Im portance, Fluker, Queen, Loch. Malmaison, Lo custa. and Haut. La. .?, .v ..'..:,.., - . Bctt|ng-7 to 2. agst. Goldfinch, 4, to 1 Im portance,)) to 2 Flutter, 5 to 1 Champion, S to 1 Barrister; 10 to 1 J.R. AVon by two and a half lengths, a length and a half between second and third, Goldfinch fourth, and St. Gaticii last. Time,' 1 min. 201 sec FLYING ILVNTMCAP. Sis furlongs. Black Metal, 6 st. 10 ft. (Tucker) ........ 1 Platinum, 7 st/ 12 ft. (Burke).; ;. .. „ „ 2 Bother, 8 st. 2 Ib. (Cleal) .. ..?.?.-..?„ „ y OthW starters:—...

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ROBBERY OP RACEHORSES. A TRAINER ROUGHLY HANDLED. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

ROBBERY OP RACEHORSES. A TRAINER ROUGHLY HANDLED. SYDNEY, March 10. I he well-known llandwick tramer, \\ . Gujlura, had a rough experience yesterday while he was returning from the Moore lielii Races with tfc nicehorses Jenny .Moore and Nevermore. Jie ^vas accom panied by two of his' employes, and wiien they readied Cook's River bridge three meu took forcible possession of the horses. Gul lum, aftsr a struggle, 'regained' Nevermore, luit one of the assailants- ir-t away -\vjlh Jenny Mocre. tiullura gave chasD, aud even tually, with the aid of two policemen, got his mare again. Later, in. tile' evening, as Gulium was Hearing his liome at the foot, of Avoea street, Juindnick, he met one of his Cook's River- assailants,, and after a few words the latter, it is alleged, drew a revolver, and tired point blank at the trainer, but the bullet vyent wide, and Gtil lum galloped away. Thej police stationed at Kantiwtck effected the arrest of a man who was alleged to hare- fired the revolver, ....

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AUSTRALASIAN 'BOWLING TEAM MELBOURNE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

AUSTRALASIAN-BOWLING TEAM. MELBOURNE. March 10. The following players hav; booked their passages to London as members of the Aus tra.la.-ian howl'.tfg. tcim:— Victoria— R.' S. Inglis, J. Hentljy; W:--J;- Cuddon, B. Mariis. C. Wood, S. Nathan, ('.? R. Jef fries, .M. Croabie, H. IWIinsr,: J. Doig. V. T. Warren, E. T. S.eklan, and C. Fry. New ?^outh Wales— John Young, .1. R. Rodgsrs, E. Sutton. T. Kendall. (J. Parkes, J. Mc Jtttrc.li. K. Tullock, J. Knnniciin, J. Bonner, ?I. Grime, and J. Siiock. New Zsa'antl — .1. Paul. J. Bennie, T. fialiinger, J. J. Keich. .1. V. Tingle, D. C. Clark. L. Bm -lcll, J. E. Pago, T. Rtakinge. and A. Me Kec. The players will meet in London on May 28.

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VICTORIAN RACING CARNIVAL. THE AUTUMN MEETING. LAST DAY. UNFAVOURABLE WEATHER. MELBOURNE, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

. ''..{THE- AUTUMN MEETING. ^ , -'? TJASTDAY. '?- OJliTFA^OUI^LE^^Ampi? ^ rFromr,Tarquin.] ,-??-, MELBOURNE, March 10. A more; disagreeable^day, than that;ex-. perienced' ; -'on Saturday .'t'onld hardly 'be- imagined. A strong north wind was blowing, raising clouds. o£- dust, while ttitr heat was almost unbearable. Despite these unpleasant conditions, however, there was a satisfactory attendance at Flemingtoh to witness the concluding day's racing .of the V.E.C. Autumn Meeting. There we're' five runners in the' All-aged Stakes, and the supporters of [Maltster were enabled to get on at the satisfactory, price of 4 to 1 and 3 to 1. It seemed rather a false quotation for the Ballarat colt, biit it was due to the fact that the public thought Advance was sure to beat him, a shade of .odds being freely laid on the New Zealatider.' Scobie could not re-, commend Maltster to his friends with con fidence, but : he said there would be very little to choose between him and the fa ourite. - Cade...

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

RKPORTS. V.amgal Last.— Week, February 28:— No. 2 shaft vertical sunk' 1 ft.; total, 16.' Shaft only work in;: two days on account, of .wet weather and om- man taken ill; .started two new men this morning. lirnund continues hard; can still ob tain colours from leaders of quartz. No. 3 Shaft— Vertical xcut still in lode, -which is exceptionally, hard; 3 it. driven; total, 17; i ft. in lode. Foot wall is well defined, but no sign of hanging wall. Lodp is flat, and quartz is in layers, with soft Icalina of 2 or 3 in. between each thickness ot stone; it resembles lodes at Kalgoorlie, with. excep- tion of not so much gold. Have sampled ore mornin? and afternoon, and some ? samples give better results than others. In breaking stone to take sample saw speck of gold by aid of magnify ing glass, and dollied the stone, but only few colours was result.. Xo. 4 shaft, vertical, carried down 2 ft.; total, 231. Only four days' work in this shaft, on account of bad weather. Quartz turning back from...

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THE RAND GOLDFIELDS. London, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

THE RAND. GOLDFIELDS. London, March lOi Sir Alfred Milner, who has assumed his duties as GoA'ernor of the Trans A-aal and the Orange RiA-er Colony, is arranging for 'the early return of ji limited number of Uitlander refugees to Johannesburg.

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ARE AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS WANTED NOW? SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

ARE AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS WANTED NOW? SYDNEY. Marcn 10. Sir \\ illiam Lyne stated to-day that it by the cable messages it appears to-niorrow that peace is likely soon to be declared in South Africa, he will communicate 'with the Imperial authorities asking what then wishes are in regard to the Imperial draft contingent. Unless Australians are special ly asked for by the War Office he thinks that in the event of peace being declared they will not be wanted.

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

. To the Editor. Sir— If 'Not an Assistant' Hunks 1: based mv 'tirade,' as he' calls it, on so'mn: report told me by a friend he is luistakcii. I do not- deal in secondhand wares. Xiiua the majority of his party he nas assuniwi ,,^ that sneering attitude which is so prevalent ? amongst them. Why? Simply because -n ,^ the name of common justice, and not t?-\ let a wrong impression rest upon the jiilo*. ? b'c mind, 1 asked for more information, which he has wronglv given, or he has read mv letter without his spectacles, kaying Mr. Poole' assured hini it meant 20 pcf cent, loss to him (Mr. Poole) weekly is no ;? concern of mine and has no bearing on my; letter. I refer him again to that letter. \j which he will see no- mention -of -Mr.' Uoole's weekly earnings, but an enquiry it his remuneration as secretary, to the -Ji.t. Association exceeded that of his permanent position; and, to satisfy your correspon dent oh that 'point,' I have been informed by a member of the board that it.cxecc...

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TRADE AND FINANCE. GOLD OUTPUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 11 March 1901

TRADE AM) FINANCE. COM).. OUTPUT. ihe Argus returns of gold output in the live States— Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, Tasmania, . and New Zealand— for the first two months : ot the year compare with those lor the corr : responding period last year as follows: — 1900. 1901. O?_. 07- Victoria.. .... .. .. _ .. 122,7fi0 ll.'i.Ofi!! New South Wales ? SO.flOO 42,210 '. -}ucensland ? 1M.S07 11S.M7 Western Australia ? '.. itH,3BB ' 274,l!)l Tasmania ? 11,0711 H.76S Xcv Zealand ? 56,414 75,297 Total .... .. „?.: ^ .. 850,534 041,121] The total for the two' months sbows a de-1 crease of 18,410 oz. I TIIE FIGHT FOR TRADE. j The Secretary of the London Chamber of ' Commerce has issued a. useful statement of the fluctuations and- advances of trade dur ing the, last decade. In ISflO the commerce o£ Great Britain reached its maximum to that time, the total being £740,000,000. This prosperity was followed by a short period of decline. At the end of 1SD3 'there had been a...

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

Vj^HA will surely get thinner r* '(XflPnH «^d thinner, until at; last - - ^s^mH^^HF you starvo to death* Grass ^Hwink won't answer, althougli ? ' ' MbkBJHBL 't is good for the horse. WjS^UB^p You most have a food uftdf^ JsKJIcSii II * If '? f afi?W ' ^^y ^^ strong. And : ' ; wf it always restores the earlj . rich, dark color to gray hair. ' We say that 'gray hair is starved hair'*; and the only way to treat it is to supply the best kind of hair food- '. ?This is where Ay er's Hair y igor differs iso greatlyirom other-hair preparations ; ; ; it feeds tho hair. ' Just keep that ia ? - mind all the |fiine you are using it. _.? * ';? * ? j ^ ' ' j.* * { Pteptred fcy Dr. J. C. Atct Co.. Lowell; Mus.. U. S. A. J Paris CxblbltlonJW.i ]| BRITISH AWARDS. j| PEARS j|. The ONLV | j Grand Prix ^ for | Toilet Soap #i ? ± The Highest Award obtainable for i . . anything ,. . S has been awarded to Messrs. £ Pears, and is the only one allotted a in Great Britain for Toilet $oap. d .;?..-?'*??'.- -,r...

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