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THE LAW COURTS. INSOLVENCY COURT. Friday, March 1. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE LAW COURTS. .;,- INSOLVENCY COURT. ?.Friday, March 1. f Before' His 'Honor Mr.' Commissioner. Husscll.. ? In re Alfred Charles Vcssey, formerly of Port. Adelaide; butcher.. Adjourned final . hearing. Mr. J. H. Sinclair for the Official Receiver, and Mr. Paris Nesbit,' K.C, with Mr. J. Moss Solomoifc- for tne insolvent- counsel naving auurre:eu me i-uuii at considerable length on the charges laid, by Mr, Sinclair, His' Honor pave ' ju'dement . He said.that.be regarded the insolvent as' being, a highly tricky, ifraudulent, and dishonest dealer. He might' be regarded as one of those- professional debtors who. from time to time, found it fasift to. face his, creditors in meetings and to sail be tween the clauses and ? provisions of the Insolvency Act rather than attempt to make a conscientious payment of 20s.- in the pound. Within a very short period he. had no less. than five compositions or arrangements .with hia- creditors'. At ooe time when he waa able to pay a substantial amoun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

HOW .THE BOTTLE WAS SMASHED. ' A bad place to carry a bottle, and almost sure to end in disaster. ??-.-? V '?' .-'?- '? ?- And so it proved, in the case- of Mrs. Jones's little girl. You see, her mother .^ad sent the child to the shop ,'of Mr. 'Ayres;, the chemist, for a bottle of medicine, and.when he had given it to her she put it inside .of her closed umbrella to carry home.1 On her way back it began to' rain' -and the child thoughtlessly raised the umbrella. Half 'the contents of the bottle was saved, and ' the .mother was obbged tq make the best of it. . ... ? ..-.''? , '-' .. Writing under date of November 27, 1899, the lady says:— 'About four years ago come Christmas I became bad with what, I can only describe as a nasty, low, weak 'feeling. I was so -weak that when 1 . wanted' ? to move from one place 'to another in the room I had to go hand over hand around the tables and chairs. 'This was eb aggravating, and I really was so feeble, that I often telt like throw ing myseU'do...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE WEATHliR, LEIttHTON, February 27.— After a week of Bultry weather good rain fell last night; 52 points was rejjisttred. Th(s will replenish the house tanks. I,- * .* MIILli, February 27.— Thc weather for the past »celc has been very warm, particularly to-daj, nhen the thermometer registered over 100 (leg. in.thcshade. The' farmers arc looking forward to 1 good fall of rain, as they.. intend starting plough ing shortly. Wheat carting is just completed. IV lieat is going: down. Th local quotation is. 2s. 3Jd.: oats, Is. 2d. to Is. 21d. TORRENS VALE, February 28.— Rain is great ly needed, as tanks arc very low. A consideiable quarrtfty of bark is going into Normanvillc, and the price offered is good. ?'? WAUKARIKGA, February 28.-On Monday night a. terrible duststorm swept, across the 'sak l)ush country from the Broken Hill.railro.nl to the pastoral areas north of Waukaringa. At Yunta ind.Oiis town thc heaps of drift sand on Tues lay morning were feet high, and householders nero bus...

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

? THE RAINFALL., Thc following arc the quantities of rain regis tered at the undermentioned -places for the 24 hours, ended -at 0 a.m.' on Friday,' March 1: — Port Darwin . . . 0 G9 'nrdon ..'... 0.04 Brock Creek . . . 0.1 G Port Augusta . . . 0.03 Burrundie ? 0.45 Port Augusta 'W. . 0.0/ Piric Creek. ... . 0.78 Hammond. i ; V ? ,0.01 River .Katherine .. 1.41 Bruce ? r. 0 0!- Powell's Creek . . 1.26 Willowie . t. . . O.fl-2 Tcnnant's Creek . . 0.04 Wilmington . . . *&01 Alice Springs ... 1.53 Carrieton ? .0.0a Charlotte* Waters'. 0.22 Eurelia ? 0.03 William Creek .'. 1.30 Blackrock ? -0.02 Cowgrd'Spnugs . . 0.07 Orroroo ? 0.03 llergott ? 0.01 Johibburg ..... 0.07 ? -nna ? 0.12 Yongula ? 0 05 Beltana ? 0 03 Tcrowie ? 0.05 Leigh's Creek . . 0.07 1 Brjnkworth '..... 0.03

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

-To' the Editor. Sir— It is a- pity- that so many corres pondents attack the Early Closing Associa tion and its officers, and ignore the subject nf -how the defects of the Act may be re medied. For instance, the. tact ot ca''-g the secretary a 'mere stripling, -and other such worthless personalities, ? cannot assist those small storekeepers who are supposed to be so much affected by the Act. It these writers would put forward some 'proposals to -make the Act work more harmoniously thev would give the public a chance Jo consider their amendments, and thoroughly thresh them out before they were nnally put before Parliament. . The secretary him ?«elf is at least thoroughly conscientious -in his advocacy of the early-dosing move ment, and a more thorough or courteous man for the position it would be bard. to find. How- many of your correspondents would do as he has done, and give up their permanent positions for the. sake of taking upHlie work of directing through, a troub lous period a...

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DEPUTATIONS. CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

. DEPUTATIONS. . CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. ? ? Members of the Adelaide Corporation waited upon .the Chief Secretory (Hon. J. ih ;Jenkitis) on Friday morning to put be fore him a request that the City Council ftitUUlU 11UVC it IJCilllUUCUt ICjJtirbCUlallV'J ;OU the! Central Board of Health. 'Aldennan 'Wells, the acting major, stated the ca&e. -JSje City Council' .-had the greatest interest in the doings of the. Central Hoard, which had an. expenditure -of over ''£8,000 a year, and they.-should have .-a representative on the board for -all time.- At present there was a vacancy caused by the resignation of a Government member, and .that provided an opportunity for the Chief. Secretary, to do -what ahey asked until 1 a short Acs of Parliament were passed, providing' for a permanent city : representative.: 'ilie cor poration was represented on the. Fire -Bri- gades, die JJotanic, land the Adelaide. Hos pital Boardis. Their local board of health Client more than all the others put,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

. A BEPtNED BEVERAOE. i r:: A |; Cai&TnVi Coco* prorides « refined d»Uy b(fr» , - cifie for the robust, the 701ms, the old, and ptr- [ticularly those ot nub and imDaIred.digatjpo. /?'? ,.-'*.;'„,?'. ?; ??..'f.x.tffiiB ? *- ' ???* ?-. '??? '. ? ???'Cj-'-.' ' ??^?,.'»; ? -.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

**0W READY: ------:-r- -'??—-??-- -?-:-.. ? i, : .'?? OatArtiiUoandlUmaomeBMkletj Mlljtat Dunlop #p^ fettOr^ I Can now be obtained Gratis by calling or «rritiaf '«' '??? 7 ««a»e. Codtalnt. 40 . paces. of- matter, mtenstin)!' an*$ 7 aMtractire to s-U Cyclists, also an 'artiHie tad pretty « Supplement of well fcnoiin.Baciiig Cracks. ; . ' t ; - , ? ' ? ^hftJDanlep Patrunatic Tyre Co. of Au«tr*li», Ltd. . , 8», FRANKLIN STREET. AOBLAIDf. ' QOOD aatf CHEAP ; ^ ,..: . . - :.*-ii*lBr » oooo weuuiw tree at a LonrFiQinn;. . 'M^ilNd u «l-MHlop«w but better thin ' ?;???'. -?-'-?-? - ; '' «ll ether* ???- ? ' ? -1 MaHUMCTUUS BT .' /'.?. ??_ - - Tbi Sinlep Pnnn*tic tyre Co. of AistrsUa, tlo*. ? .';?.'?;?»?, mMHKUN ?nwrr, Adelaide. -

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A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

A.N.A; ?-.'Goodwood Branch.— The fortniBhtly meeting of this .Branch of the Australian Natives' Association wait held in the Institute Hall on Monday nipht. the president. T. G. Part, occupirf lltf ch'SIr.' Mr. Hve lite.' .An opportunity- of eorollinf? for the . A.N.A. Corps was given to the members interested. The sports committee were requested to make ar rangements for the return cricket match with the Norwood Branch. On the motion of the president, seconded by the secretary, a hearty vote of thanki ' was ncoorded the sneaker for his address, and Mr. . Cell suitably responded.. '. :. ' . 'Women, often sfcow more fortitude tfian men,' remarked the thoughtful man. 'They arev the, brave ones. : after alL' ... 'You are right,' answered Mr. 'Meekfen, 'perfectly right. 'WTvy, I once knew :i wjonnn who stood wp in a debate and told Harriefcta. she vtas nastekenl' ? , .; ,; ?

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THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE. ELDER SCHOLARSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE.' ELDER SCHOLARSHIPS. 1 The board of examiners for the Elder scholarships have recommended that the scholarships be awarded as trader:— Piano- forte playing— Florence Olga So'hache; violin playing— Eugene Horatio Alderman; ging ing, tenor voice— Maurice Clayton Cheno weth; violoncello playing— Hai old Stephen Parsons.

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A SOUTH AUSTRALIAN EXPLORER. REMINISCENCES OF MR. EYRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

A SOUTH AUSTRALIAN EXPLORER. REMINISCENCES OF ME. EYRE. The readers of 'The Register' will be pleased to hear that the heroic explorer, Edward John Eyre, is still alive. His at tempt to penetrate the interior* of -the con tinent in 1S4U and his subsequent journey from Fowler's Bay to Western Australia have made his name immortal. The account, as given in his published journals, is one of the most thrilling ever penned by man. After his return to the colony' he was ap pointed Special Magistrate ot Morunda, on the Murray. He left the province about half a century ago, and held the position of Governor of various possessions of the Bri tish Crown. Lake Eyre and Eyre's Penin sula are named after him. Having heard that he was .Still alive the Rev. John Wacket wrote to him, forward ing a copy of his book, 'A South Australian Romance.' He has ]ust received a letter, of which the following is a copy:— ? Walreddon Manor, Tavistock, Devon, January 23, 1901. My Dear Sir— Many thanks for your l...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

CORRESPONDENCE. A fijTinpathiiior with Mothere' writes:— 'I huve read witih great interest the nurse's letter about the maternity home. May I quote a sad case of can elidible' patient for the proposed !home : She is little more than a girl, and quite respectable, and has been sent 'by her young husband from the - back country to seek medical aid. She is ] expecting ' her third baby in a few weeks. Ihe girl is dreadfully ill, and not able to look j after the infant dhe has. The friends Bhe is now with are not in a position to wait on her, though willing to do so, as there has been a lot of sickness in the house. The doctor telfe her she needs, the greatest care and attention if she is to pull through the coming trial. I mentioned the pro posed maternity home tol her. 'God help me!' she said; 'if it is soon founded i may still 'have a chance to live for my babies.' I trust our fair leaders of society on Wednesday, when bewildering our Impe rial visitors with their beauty and; grace, w...

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"THE REGISTER'S" MATERNITY HOME SHILLING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

'THE REGISTER'S' MATERNITY HOME SHILLING FUND. . anuuugs. Lady Tennyson ? 1U00 uu Ik nor the Chief Justice and Lady Way ? -. ? 500 Proprietors of ''Hie liegisier' ? 200 Mr. and Airs. William uuriord ? 1U0 The Archbishop (Aliut Kev. Jonn O'lteily) .. )UU Lord Kicharu Aevill ? 60 block bxchange Festivities (per A. S. totheringliam ? 60 Father ot five' ? , 20 Mrs. Uenycr ? .. .. ..':.'.;''*&) iterance ? , ,. ..;.,, 23 tailier of Seveii ? 7 A.a.8/; il. E. S., 5/; E. B., 3/; Father ot xhree, it; aim rather ol Unree, ,.3/j Father of Two, 2/; Mother or Mine, 2/ .. 23 G. Wood, Son, H Co ? ?.. 6110 lir. Humphrey .Marten ? 42(1 U. J. U. Murray ? .'.''.. 200 Lady Dray ? j .. .. .. 105 Mrs. Humphrey Marten ? 105 Uaiance ut Queen's Wreath Fund, 9/; J. W. U., 10/; Muses Tilly, 10/0; truest Uenda, 6/; and D., 2j ? S6 Father oi live (second contribution) .. .. ?.'. 23 E. II. D ? ,. ,. ? 20 J. liornabrook ? 105 Uobt. Kay ? .. .. J'jo Sir John Colion ? ? iO5 Miss Colton ? ; ? 105 Mrs. Uountly...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

CONCERNING PEOPLE. Mr. Kingston, the Australian Minister for Trade and Customs, 'arrived in Mel: bourne on Friday morninjr from Tasmania. He had a lone conference with Dr. Wollas ton, the Secretary of Customs, and left by the afternoon express for Adelaide. The troopship Ranee arrived in Mel bourne on Friday from South Africa, hav ing 140 Australian soldiers on board, includ ing several South Australians, who left with the bushmen and Imperial bushmen contingents. The Kevs. Dr. Burgees and J. Berry were elected on Friday to attend the Ecumenical Methodist Conference, which vis to be hi Id in London this year, as delegates from, the. South Australian Methodist Conference. It was also decided that the names of the Kght Hon. Sir Samuel Way, Bart, and the ItevB. W. F. James, S. Kossiter, and I. IJooney should be forwarded to the Presi dent of the General Conference as addi tional delegates or substitutes in the event of 'their services being required. All the officials in the Supreme Co...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

To the Editor. Sir— Ndficing'in 'The Register' that Mr. A. Dpuglasj a gardener in the hills, deplores the. waste of arirJles through codlin moth. I wbiild suggest! to him and others: to.- try tha expennient ot.arjnng tne apples, nrst cut ting out the affected parts, and then' s?nd- ,ing a consignment, to .France. :l-have read in the 'Scientific American' that there i$ an enormous, demand for dried apples of inferior quality for : making '. a new cheati drink, which is driving the commoner winci out of the market; -'I, also' noticed an 'adver- tisement from} a -Frenchman, asking- for . large quantities.' No doubt our London de pot would be glad to assist in exploiting & new market. ; ? - ..'? I am, Sir.'&c.. - ' E. E. NESB1T. Torrensford, Paradise, February 28. Mechanical appliances for 'milking have been on the market, for years, and t - almost- .? ev-try' dairy show - produces a novelty, of this kind. They hare never, been generally used, how ever. Farmers say that ...

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TO-DAY'S DIARY. Saturday, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

TO-DAY'S DIARY. Saturday. March 2. Semaphore— Low.w.. ? 10.30 u.m. ; , Ingli, 4.30 p.m. ii-S.—Krnmc road— Zoological Gardens. , 11.— Jubilee Oval— Interstate tennis. ?? ?J.15.— Adelaide. Sturt, and Port Ovals— Cricket 2.S0.— Tivoli Theatre— vaudeville enienamraent. 2.30.— North Arm— P.A1. Sailing Club, regatta. X— Way College— Annual demonstration. S. ' — X. Adelaide, Gnodwood, Hindmarsh, and Wnndside— Election meetings. S.— Selborec Hotel— Lothian Club. 8.— Prince Alfred Collepc— Continental. S.— W.C.T.U.' Hall— Mr. W. J. Colvillc' lectures. S.— Tivoli Theatre—: Vaudeville entertainment.: * 8.— Theatre Hoyal— 'Lohengrin.' ? * , Exempt nights for lights on vehicles' till 'March 5 inclusive. ? '

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

To'the Editor.' Sir— I regret that so. many personal, re ferences -to myself.- rather, thaa to the early, closing movement have been made by rsome' of vour cbrresDondents1. ' 'Durinff the whol course ot this controversy i.naye retrainea from' personal' references on. all pbesible oc-. easjons,-. except for the purpose' of meeting arguments 'advanced by the-, other side. For'instance, 5D dowbted-tht bona fides of 'Nearly Crushed,'' -Si'd plajhry stated' mjr doubt, for tfc simple 'reason that if tM' peraoa writing were not really. a poor Shop keeper her- testimony loses more- than half its weight. . -Having drawn -from *your cor resoppdent'-anothet letter, r still lacldng at-. then tunty. and eflually wtak.in effect,; be tause '.oP the personal el&inent it contairisj I am stall; justified. in withholding my, be lief in the-tnrth of the nom- de plume. In my reply' to' 'Hon: Jv-L. Parsons ? 'and' 'Neiirly Crushed' I have' plainly enough Etated the case from, an Early Closing' As...

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EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

FARLY CLOSING. To the Editor. Sir— Mr. H. E. Poole s communications are, as your correspondents point out, too jejune, verbose, and pert to. be. Jaken fieri oiislv. Permit me. however, to state a few facts. 1. Mr. Poole writes:— 'We (the Jiany Closing Association) never had Mr. Par sons's sympathy, and help.' The Early Closing Associationsof London and Adelaide tad both before he was born. For eaiff closing -and a half -holiday for -assistants tire association has both now. 2. The 'less-'- the association should have asked for was early closing and a half-holiday ? for assis-' tants without demanding the. compulsory closing of shops in which no assistants are employed. 3. The 'impatience' to which I specially referred was that shown when an Act with an optional half-holiday was pass ed which by threats of 'boycott' -and hints of road metal attempted to hustle all shop keepers into declaring for Saturday only. 4. At the.Unley. Town Hall .in, -May- last I was pertinaciously asked by M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

CM^ ©PEN MTlt 9 O'CLOCK FRIDir. ALL SUMMER GOODS GREATLY REDUCED; 21 in 1/- -3s. 4i ia £1) ^^^_ off Cane Lounges, Bamboo Verandah. Blinds, Outdoor and Indoor Cane Cta^dMHHt POSITIVELY Wire Dis^CQ7$r^ EubWHcse, Floor Mattiags, fcc. . HnnEfil 65 All Goods marked in Plain Figures, s« that you. ean easily find «nt whether w net you grit this redaction. MH^ItH Splendid Beal Hair Fall-sized MATTRESS KS at £4. A Bargain. MATfBESSES and BEDDING, also f PHOLSTEEY Renovated Splendid Furnishing Catalog on Application. Keally Well and Very Cheaply. 37a hooper's jgxiJEfcixisjHiTyo^ arcade, H1NDLEY & LEIGH' STREETS ?;-_ It is ^Serviceable Low-priced Gun, suitable for small game aDd rabbit shooting, and 31- HlHDLEY 8TRKT, is deaignedrto shoot 52 short or'22 long cartridges. Bulletted Caps may also bV used if desired. It is a ' Take Do.wn,' and can b« taken apart easily and quickly ; the Now has to hand a Stock of the operation consisting simply of ' unscrewing thumbscrew located underneath...

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MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

MILITAET. ' An enrolment was held at the Staff Office on Friday evening, when 33 were enrolled for the First Battalion as Mows:— A Com pany, 2; B, 2; C, 15; D, 1; E, 5: G, 2; H, 1; Signalling Corps, 4; and Medical Staff, 1.

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