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A RAILWAY ACCIDENT. PORT AUGUSTA. March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
A RAILWAY ACCIDENT. PORT AUGUSTA. March 11. A serious accident happened to-night at the Stirling Station. As the Adelaide train came in one of .the passengers,1 Mms. Ro gers, wife of the' district clerk of Woolun dunfja, alighted peton* it stopped, and losing her balance, 'slipped.'under a carriage, ? a wheel of which went .over her leg. Mr. Rogers', hearing her, scream,' jumped out and was thrown 'on' his back, but was not se riously Hurt. Mrs. Rogers was placed in the guard's' brake 'and brought to Port Augusta,-, where an ambulance and a doc tor were watting. The unfortunate woman, whose leg was haneing by a thread, was at once removed to the hospital.
ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING CASE. ELLISTON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING CASE. ELL1STON, March 11. A fatal accident happened' at Mr. M. S, Kenny's Watera Station on Saturday morn ing, when a youth, named Colton Brew- ster. was accidentally, shot dead. Mr. P. Anderson made enquiries, arid decided that an inquest, was not necessary, as the oc currence was purely accidental. A telegram received by the Commis sioner of Police on Saturday from SubIn spector Field, at Port Augusta, stated that Brewster waa 16 years of age, _ and was ac cidentally shot dead that morning by a man named Kenny at Witera Station, 50 milea from EUiston. :
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
A newly erected lamp in front of the South Australian Gas Company's Offices, Grenfell street, is attracting considerable attention. On a strongly cast column, about 14 ft. in height, five prettily orna mented pendants hang, each holding a three-light arc lantern with incandescent burners, and each separate light having a spread of 5 ft. Tlie whole is surmounted by more highly ornamental iron work. When the gus is switched on to its fullest capacity, the effect is dazzling, and at a distance of 20 or 30 ft. 3mall print may be clearly read on the darkest night. Received, the 'Journal of the Department of Agriculture of Western Australia.' The February issue of the 'Artist' is replete with pictorial attractions. The prin cipal articles, all copiously illustrated, arc 'Theodore Roussel,' by the Count de Sois sous, and 'Van de Velde and his Wort.' The frontispiece is a portrait of a girl by Roussel, and coloured supplements depict the same artist's 'Reading Girl' and 'Pro- serpina.' The ...
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. SYDNEY, March 11 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. ' SYDNEY, March 1L It has been decided that portions of th» Imperial draft contingent shall embark in the Custodian and Maplemore on Friday next, and the transports will sail the next day. Tie Ranee and the British Princess will leave with the balance of the men and horses on the following Tuesday. . PERTH, March 11. Arrangements have been made for the sixth contingent to leave for South Africa on March 28 by the troopship Chicago. ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
Valuable ? Discovery for' the Hair.— If your Hair is turning grey or white,- or falling off. us* 'The Mexican Halr'Rcnewer,' for it will positively re store in every case Grey or' White Hair to iu original colour, without leaving the disagreeable smell of most 'Restorers.' ' It makes the Hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair, on bald spots where the [lands ire not' decayed. ' Ask your Chemist for 'THE MEXICAN HAIR RENEWBR,' sold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhere it 8s. fid. per bottle. Wholesale depot. 3S, Farringdon road, r-ondrm. Ecgland. 'ttStczd
CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
CENTRAL BOARD 0I1 HEALTH. A meeting of the Central Board 01 ueaiin w« held at tlie offices, Victoria Bquare, on Wednes day, March (I. There were present Mr. G. 1U Avmiip lactuur chairman). Dr. A. \V. Hill, Mr. O, ij. uurr, ana mi. xj.ji.ju. juuiucu ^wij, bu.- h retary). H Xne local board for West Torrens reported that ? Mr. W. Banseraer had been prosecuted lor the in- ? sanitary condition 01 his piggery at Flympton, had ? pleaded guilty, had paid cusis, and had beeu al- ? lowed by the court one montli to discontinue Uig ? 'onenave business.' I Dr. O. Bolien, oulcer of health for Port Adelaide, ? furnished a report with reference to a subletted ? case of plague at Port Adelaide. The Ctuei tsei - ? retary forwarded correspondence on the same sul- ? |ect, and enclosed a curtihcate signed by Urs. J. ? i. Lowson and T. JJorthwick, that the pata-m, ? Theodore Hiege, was suffering from buuonn ? iiUgue. Keccived. (Particulars of procrfuiiifi ? uave already appeared in the press.) It was de-...
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
SWIMMING. l\ 200-yards handicap race in connection yith tlie South Australian League of Swimmers for a silver watch, presented Cdty Baths on Monday evening. Twelve men accepted.' and there were three heats and a final. .' Tlie first heat was won by Perrers, who led from start to finish by about 2 yards. T. CMara beat . Cahifl. for second place by about the same dis tance. Butler retired when two laps had been traversed. In the second heat H. Sugars, Kenny, and Murray, who' were on the same mark, got off on level terms. Murray retired in the fourth , lap, and Sugars won easily, while Braham finished 2 yards. in front of Kenney, who swam on the breast to the last lap. L. Sugars was responsible for the third heat in the slow time of 3 min. 10 sec., with D. O'Mara a food second. For the final L. Sugars, F. L'errers, H. Sugars, J. Braham, D.- O'Mara, ind T. O'Mara were the contestants. From 1 good start L. and H. Sugars 'were the first to get going, and at the third lap they were out abo...
CORONER'S INQUEST. ALLEGED INCENDIARISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
CORONER'S INQUEST. AIjLEGED INCENDIARISM. ? un Monday aiternoon me Acting uoroner (,nr. 0. H. Aylille) held an inquest at the Oiterion Hotel on a fire which occurred at the 'AdTtrtiser' oaoer store, off Waymouth street, on Friday even tody. Plainclothes constable Rae watched the proceedings on behalf of the police. Evidence was glTCO which Bhowed that the fire started in 'lie yard in a large case which had contained paper and old clothes, and Mrs. Morgan stated that just prior to the outbreak she heard a man in thr yard. Re was talking to himself, and moved book boards. Subsequently he lit a match, and a little later gmoke issued from the box. White then covered the box with a door, and after putting more paper under it walked quickly out of the yard, lie appeared to be drunk, and would not answer any questions. With Mr. Slater she put the fire out. White, when cautioned by Con stable Bae, said— 'I never tried to do it wil fully;' and later he said— 'What do you think they win do lo...
THE TRAMWAYS QUESTION. THE CITY COUNCIL AND THE SNOW SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
THE TRAMWAYS; ?QUESTION. ' THE CITY COUNCIL AND THE SNOW SCHEME. - ' ! The members of the city corporation spent over an hour on Monday afternoon discussing the tramway question. The mat ter was introduced by Alderman Wells. who lormally reported that the committee apnoinfcd by the city and suburban corpo rations to consider the question had held a meeting, but had not been able to do anything, as they were equally divided on the question whether they w*re bound to support the Snow scheme. .Subsequently Cr. Duncan asfied for leave to move a mottLon dealing with the sub ject. -.He thought that the proceedings of the council in reference, to the tramway question in. the past had not been credit able to their business capacity. There had b'iea too many disputes upon mailers -which did not really concern the tramway ques tion. He' thought it was the duty of the city council to step up, and -define the posi tion which it intended to take in reference to the matter, so that the citizens a...
A NEW PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
A NEW PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. ArET.TtnTTRNK March 11. At the University Conservatorium of Mu sic to-day Professor Franklin Peterson, the new Ormond professor of music, delivered his inauenral lecture upon the theme 'Musical education, m memionea mat it was his intention, in carrying on the work of the contservatorium, to conduct the class in the rudiments of music himself, for he regarded the foundation work as all-important. He intended also to make a strong appeal for accuracy of study, and specially referred to three subjects, _ viz., ear tests, musical memory and ability to realize the effect of a written sound with out the aid of an instrument. He begged his hearers to unite with him in a syste matic, well-sustained effort to stimulate the musical We of the country with all tae vast possibililties they knew such a life wssessed. ' \
RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
RELIGIOUS. Hindmarah Congregational Sunday school. —The sixty-second anniversary services were begun on Sunday, when the Revs. Joseph t-.3^.4-ann MA W T SIihMav. anil M. L. Johnson, Ji_a... rireacned. un monoay evening a public meeting was held. The Rev. T. Hope presided over a good attend ance. An address was given by the Rev. W. H. Lewis and sones were contributed bv Misses H. Monten and A. Goodall, Mrs. Wastell, and Messrs. W. G. Doley and W. j. Orchard. Mr. J. Aston presented the annual report, which was of a satisfactory nature. The treasurer's report showed that the receipts, inclusive of credit balance of £13 10s. Id., had been £73 13s. 3d., and the expenditure left a balance in hand of £4 Is. 4d. Special hymns were given at all ser vices by the scholars under Mr. E. G. Mit ton. Miss Mclntosh presided at the organ, and Miss P. E. Aston at the pianoforte.
WATERVALE SHOW. WATERVALE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
WATERVALE SHOW. WATRftVALE. March 11. The annual show of fruit, vegetables, and produce was held in the district had oa Wednesday. The products shown spoke well for the excellence of tlie soil and suitability UI lllc vlllllaLC 1VL jjiuniUK puifjvoi^?. iu« exhibits were tastefully displayed, and wero much udmired by a large attendance of visitors durinjf the day. Following is tha prize list: — Collection table grapes, G.lluntcr, During and Sobela; do. wine graphs, Buring and Sobels, K. Treloar; 6 bunches white do., B. Trelour, Bur ing and Sobels; do., dark, G. Holder (2); dry ing grapes, H. Miller (2); heaviest liunch black do., B. Perrin, ti. Holder; do. white do., II. Miller, G. Holder; collection dessert apples, U. Perrin; do. cooking, B. Perrin, Mrs. Sobels; do., for export, B. Perrin, 0. Hunter; dessert apples, B. Perrin, H. Beck; cooking do., B. Perrin. C. Stewart; export do., B. Pcrrin, E. Treloar; cleo patra do., E. Treloar, B. Perrin; packed case apples ready for export, B. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
i I ^^ilBiliP^ i Giving, up. the Picture Tratf*. UAiA^l Wl it JJSi l^^^&dfil ! ' BEAUTIFY YOTJiR. XZO3VC3E3S. g§ fij|ji|pflH^H|^^Ppf ! Beautiful Engravings by Tadema, Leighton, Mabous StoneJ Godward, and others, at 20 per cent, discount. H ^^^^^^^^^^^^M [ As we have tried to sell good pictures cheaply, 20 per cent, off our plain figure prices is equal tb-50 per cent off MANY CHEAPER PICTURES, in fact, a great assortment from 2s. 6d. to £2 10s. And. DIRT CHEAP.. FURNISH YOUR HOUSE AT HOOPERS. First-class Upholstery Cheap at Hooper's. The most complete Illustrated Catalog issued in Adelaide, at.Hobpe'fs. The Policy at Hooper's is to sell GOOD things only, and sell them CHElPIiY. ' Closed on Saturday Afternoons. Open on Friday Evenings. HOOPER'S FURNISHING ARGADE, HINDLEY AND LEIGH STREETS. y n n THE famous r£M£d? HFIRIir^ n&fTNPWThJ IIDC for cowos, bronchi llCAOaCd '.UlUfflllHIIIO UUnL TIS, and ASTHMA. Prepared only and sold .Wholesale and B«Ufl by the Proprietor, W. 0...
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
GENERAL CABLE NEWS, London, March 11. The Synod of the Orthodox Greek Church of Russia has excommunicated Count Leo Tolstoy, the famous author, on account of his 'anti-Christian teach ings.' The death is announced of Baron Stuinm, the German manufacturer and patentee of improved weapons of 'war. Mr. Maurice Lyons's 'Imperial Queensland opal,' which is reported to be worth £50,000, is on exhibition at the offices of the Agent-General for Victoria. The owner of the precious stone intends to offer it to King Ed ward as a contribution to a special re galia, which, it Is suggested, His Ma jesty shonld wear in honour of the Commonwealth of Australia.
"SIR RICHARD BAKER IN EXPLANATION." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
'SIR RICHARD BAKER IN EXPLA NATION.' To the Editor. air— -Mr. Aiierdale liramger asserts tnat the words — 'That industries have been so strengthened that they are now in a posi tion to successfully cope -with any competi tion wiiinn or witnoui xne coiony -are not m the report of the royal commiamon that met in 1890 to enquire into the probable effect of intercolonial free trade. He is mistaken. They are in the report, and he signed the report. That the meaning of the words was intended to be limited and to apply to only aome industries may be gathered from the context, aad I gave the words that limited meaning. It is true that there should be some .??-. . between the first and second part of my quotation, but this makes no difference. The words are there. I am, Sir, &c, R. C. BAKER.
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
Tn fKo lilititnr ? isir— I find, like many of your readens, hat I have misunderstood Sir Richard Jaker, and that he was not referring to :omnetition between our manufacturers ana American, i^ngusu, uerman, &c. . j.ue competition was with the other federal colonies, and there he is perfectly correct. 'Agricultural implement makers, ma chinists, and others declare themselves equal to any competition, and look forward to intercolonial free' trade as opening up wider fields for enterprise and providing extended markets. There is no question but that increased manufacturing industry has resulted from the adoption of protec tion, &e.' . At a time like the present the full report should be published. It refers only to intercolonial free trade. I am, Sir, &c, H. ALLERDALE GRAINGER. The following is the substance of the com missioner's report, which was dated December 23, 1S90:— 'The bulk of the evidence taken by you? commissioners is in favour of intercolonial free t...