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PRIVY COUNCILLORS. AUSTRALIANS TO BE RESWORN. London, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
PRIVY COUNCILLORS. AUSTRALIANS TO BE RBSWORN. , 'London ? Mnrrii 11. King Edward has formally reappoin ted the Earl of Hopetoun, Gover nor-General of Australia, a member of the Privy Council: and in view of the imprpDa unity or tne Australian memoers of the late Queen Victoria's Privy Council having an early opportunity of being resworn in England, His Majesty lias axithorized the Heir Apparent, dur ing his visit to Australia,, to hold a council, and see that they take the oaths afresh.
THE CONINGHAM DIVORCE CASE. CONINGHAMIN THE BOX. MR. WANTS CROSS—EXAMINATION. AN INTERESTING DEVELOPMENT. ALLEGATIONS OF COLLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
THE G0NINGHAM DIVORCE v CASE. CONINGHAM IN THE BOX. MR. WANT'S CROSS-EXAMINATION. AN INTERESTING DEVELOPMENT. ALLEGATIONS OF COLLUSION. fiVrVKTBTV 'Mnw.7. 11. In tlie Coningham divorce re-trial, before Hr. Justice Owen and special jury, the peti tioner conducted his own case. There was no appearance for the respondent. Mr. Want and Air. Halston appeared tor tne co respondent. The issues are: — 1. Formal is sue of marriage on March 11, 1893. -2. Whether the respondent between June 15, 1898, and September 10, 1899, committed adulterv with Denis Francis O'Haran, eo-j respondent, at St. Mary's Cathedral build- j ings, or adjacent thereto, at, Sydney. 3. Whether co-respondent between the same dates committed- adultery withlthe respon dent. And 4.- What amount of damages should be paid by co-respondent with re spect to adultery, if any, committed by him. The petitioner claimed £5,000 damages. Co respondent, administrator of St. Mary's Ca thedral, and private secretary to Cardinal Moran, d...
HAWKER'S CREEK DRAIN. MR. W. F. DESLANDES AND THE PORT CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
HAWKER'S CREEK DRAIN. MR. W. F. DESLANDES AND THE TORT nORPORATION. A special meeting of fee Port Adelaide Corporation was Held on Monday evening to consider the question of the Hawker's rirppfc drain. *n« closin? of which recently by tne owner, sir. w. r. i»esiauue&, muut ed tiie council to call for tenders for a new one. There were present the mayor, Mr. J. \V. Caire, AJdernien Malin, Hains, lodd, mdMoyers, Ore. Wilks, Jurs, Butler, Shor ney, Biglands, Cooper, King, Oswald, Qlouston, Lambert, Widdop, Dowsett, Elofe, and Fricker.— Air. Deslamies in a com munication offered with a view to settling the dilute without unnecessary expense to meet the council in conference. He asked if iue council was prepared to pay a rent for the culvert equivalent to interest at the fate of 5 per cent, on £700, the sura at which he valued it. He stipulated, how ever, that if a settlement was amved.at bhe corporation should Day the legal costs incuired by him. The letter was received, but on t...
JAMESTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
JAMKSTOWN RACES. The following arc the weights for the race meet ing to be held at Jamestown on March 27: — Handicap Hurdles, about two miles.— The Boer, 11 St.: Wallas, 10 5: Storm Queen, » 10: Sym pathy, 9. Jamestown Handicap, one and a lialf miles. — Philippa, 9 st.; Starlight, 8 7; Joe. 8 3; Tornado, S; Sunbeam, 7 13; Sepoy, 7 10; Morcdun Hill, 7 8; Common, 7 7; The Countess, 7; Priestess, 6 13; Nigger. 6 9. Flying Handicap, six furlougs.— Restless, 9 st. 8 1b.; Philippa, 8 10; Alarm, 8 7; Valdimar, 8; lircak of Gauge, S; Thunder Prince, 7 12; Sun beam, 7 10; Primula, 7 10; English Ivy, 7 7; Sir John. 7; Pretender, 6 10. Jumpers' Flat Race, one and a half miles.— The Boer, 11 St.; Joe, 10 4; Storm Queen, 9 12; Wal las, 8 10; 'Maggie Moore, 8 12; Nigger, S 7. Selling Race,, one mile.— Black Bess, 9 st. 10 lb.; Thunder Queen, 9 7; Sepoy, 9; Pauline, 8 10; Ruby, 8 7; Eooringa, 7 7. HENRY HUGHES, Handicapper. MELBOURNE, March 11. ? Messrs. Yuille & Co. held a sale of race ho...
ELLISTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
ELLISTOX RACES. The annual races which were fixed for February 26, and which had on account of heavy rains to lie postopned, were held on March 1. The atten dance was cood. The races resulted as follows: — iurdlcs.— Mr. K. Scott's Timbaroo. Totalizator lividend for 5s., 13s. Gd. Maidens.— Mr. E. Cabot's Planet. Dividend, 7s. 9d. Town Plate.— Mr. t. Fetter's The Gambler. Dividend. £2 7s. 3d. ilaela.-Mr. Hurrell's Joker. Dividend, Gs. fld. -Histon Handicap. — llr. D. B. Myers's Actress, dividend, £2 -is. 3d. Flying Handicap.— Mr. D. II. Myers's Actress. Dividend, - 10s. 3d. Trot injr Match.— Mr. \V. S. Crabb's Ruby. Con lolation Handicap. — Mr. J. Frascr's Nimrod. dividend, 9s. 3d. Forced Handicap.— Mr. D. R. Uycrs's Actress In the evening a successful con cert was held, in which 3Irs. .MeCaffrcv, Hts. Jartlctt, Misses Holscher, and Stephens, and tfessra. McCaffrey, Gold, Xunn, Bartlett, K. C. Uiderson, and Guy Lcvris took1 part.
THE LAW COURTS. PORT ADELAIDE: Monday, March 11. Before Messrs. W. Johnstone, S.M., and T. Todd. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
THE LAW COURTS. PORT ADELAHJE: Monday, March 11. Before Messrs. W. Johnstone, S.M., and T. Todd.1 W. L. Jlnrdock v. A. IL E. Hanson.— Claim foi £3 18b. 10d., for work done. Mr. B. V. Oldham appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. C. J. H. Wright for the defendant, who counter claimed £S Os. 3d., for overcharges. Verdict for amount claimed, and counter claim struck out..
SATURDAYS RACES AT CAUL FIELD [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
SATURDAYS RACES AT CAUL The following ?weights, have been declared for the V.A.T.C. Meeting, to be held at Caulfield on Saturday next: — . . FEDERAL STAKES. ' st. lb.. si. lb. Hautvillers ? 9 11 Curious ? 7 7 Cadenas ? 8 9 The Leader . . . , 7 6 Black. Watch ... 89 Gunlock ? 70 Eldcrslie ? 8 8 Gossip ? 7 5 Haymaicr. ? 8 0 Praesidium ? 7 5 Lippen ...... 85 Beauham'ptbn ... 7 4 ^ieut. Bill .... S 4 Morcar ? 7 4 Barley Mow ... 8 4 The Pariah .... 7 3 Viator. ...... 8 4 Holocaust. .... 7 2 The Strutter ... 84 Certitude ? 7 2 Cretonne ? 8 3 Clifton ? 7 0 Altitude ...... 8 0 Veneer ? 7 0 Solitary ..... 80 llarlklng .... 6 13 Brilliancy ? 7 13 Wasler ...... G 13 Worldly Wise ... 7 13 Patronus ? 6 13 Boaz ? 7 13 The Austrian . . 6 13 Attica . ? 7 13 Feud ? 6 11 Lorsford ...... 7 13 Bannerman ..... 6 10 Spartan ...... 7 13 White Lock ... 6 10 Fotheringay .... 7 13 The'Corsican .... -i 10 Flying Column . . 7 13 Florodont ..... 6 10 Yalla ? 7 13 Landlady ? 6 i Oma ? 7 13 The Geisha . ; . . . 6...
THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
THE SEASON. CARAWA, March 5.— Splendid rains fell on Mo»i day and Tuesday. The fall continued steadily, and for 48 hours 2 in. was registered. Self-sown wheat and other cereal crops are showing above ground, and the -'young 'grass is springing very fast, ELLISTON, March 7.»-Three inches of rain fell last week. Feed is now growing quickly; if the growth of grass continues until the winter a splen did season for stock will be assured. Rabbits am still very plentiful. '- ?'
PORT ADELAIDE: Monday. March 11. [Before Messrs. W. Johnstone, S.M., T. Todd, and J. Thompson.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
PORT ADELAIDE: Mondav. Mardi 11. [Before Messrs. W. Johnstone, S.M., T. Todd, ar.8 J. Thompson.] Ellen Lown denied having used indecent . lan« guage while drunk, at GlanviUc, on Marcb 9. Ordered to pay in all £2 10s.; or, in default, 17 days' ' imprisonment. Frederick Foster was charged, on the informa tion of Christina Parker, in behalf of a minor Alfred Holman, with having, at Port Adelaide, on February 23, assaulted and beaten the latter. Mr. R. Cruickshank appeared for the informant, and Mr. J. C. Hamp for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty. After hearing the evidence, which was contradictor}-, the bench dismissed the infor mation without costs. John James Hanniford was charged by his wife, Jessie Hanniford, under the Married Woman's Protection Act of 1890, with cruelty to her and her children on November 1, 1900, and February 21, 1901, also with having wilfully neglected to provide maintenance for her and her children oh the latter date. Mr. J. R. Anderson appesred for the i...
POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Monday, March 11. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., E. J. Conlon, E C Clucas, and W. Dring.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Monday, March 11. [Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., K. J. Conlon, E fi. Clucas. and W. Drinc.l jonn wiison aamiuea imvwg sioien a pur 01 boots, valued at bs. Gd., the property of William Leaney, of Hindmarsh. Sent tu goal for three mnntha lienry (jumlan was cnargca, on rcmanu, wuii having assaulted Ellen Rosscr at Adelaide on No vember 24. Tbe S.M.. in sentencing quinlan t« two months' imprisonment, said that the wiiolc ul his statement was a tissue of lies, and had been contradicted by the evidence for tlic prosecu. tion. George Hawke admitted having exhibited for sale, on January 30, apples infected with codliu moth. The prosecution showed that the fruit had been exhibited at tbe East-End Market, and inspection proved that a quantity of the fruit was diseased. Defendant said be had been going to market over 12 years, and it was the nrst timr anything like it occurred. Ordered to pay 25a. in all. Sydney E. Ferris was accused of having sold pears similarly af...
CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
CHESS. Norwood Club v. Metropolitan Club.— The seeom inter-club match of the final round was started at Jackman's Cafe on Saturday evening, March 9, be twten the Norwood and Metropolitan clubs. The former had to take the field minus the services oi Gold and Watt, while the latter club team was strengthened by the inclusion of Swan. Eleven players a side took part, and at the call of time the score stood Norwood 3J, Metropolitan 21, leav ing 5 frames for reference to the' adjudicator, Mrl A. Hollaway, and until his decision is given it is impossible to forecast the winning team. Special interest centered in the game at No. 1 board, Harrison v. McArthur. The former had the move, and a Ruy Lopez game culminated in a win for the Norwood player. Mr. K. Barrett efficiently carried out his duties as director of play. Score: — Norwood., Metropolitan. W. F. Harrison .. .. 1 W. J. McArthnr .. .. 0 *R. Bowcn ? — K. W. Swan ? — II. .1. Tascoc ? 1 A. Charlick ? i T. H. Clarke ? 1 F. H, M. Wbollc...
LAWN TENNIS. SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
LAWN TENNIS. SUBURBAN' A93OCIATIOV. Wayville v. (Jlenferric— F. Parsons and M. Tre goninu lost to F. ? Dale and W. Hammer, 1— -i, I— 0; E. Holder and N. Jolly beat J. Hayeraft and fi. Helth. 6-5. 0-3: C. Williams and M. Bath arew witn *. iiooay ana wj nouiu, o— ;i, z— u; F. Parsons lost to F. Dale.Jb— 6; M. Tregoning lost to W. Hammer, fr-fi; B. Holder lost to J. Hayeraft, 3-6; N. Jolly beat F. Moody, 6-3; C. Williams- lost to O. Selth, 2-6; M. Bath lost to W. Ifould. 2-6; Misses Jolly and D. Ford beat Misses Wbithara and Hayeraft, 6—3; Misses Ford and Wynes lost to Misses Ingleby and Barnes, 4—6; Misses L. Done and A. Jolly beat Mi«s Hood, and OaWner, 6—3; Miss Jolly beat Miss Ingleby,' 6-4.; Miss D. Ford beat Miss Whitoam, 6-6; Mia B. Ford beat Hts9 Hayeraft,' 6—4. . Wayville— fl sets, 72 games. OenXerrie-9-Eets, 84 canes,
THE CITY CORPORATION. Monday. March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
THE CITY CORPORATION. Monday. March 11. Present— The mayor (Mr. A. AW Ware), Alder men Brace, Downs, Johnson, Reid, and Wells, Crs. Brice, Duncan, Jones, Keogh, Myers, Packer, Pon der, Pollen, Seflar, Yardon, M.UC., Wyles. and THE MAYOR AND HIS ALLOWANCE. AJdcnnan Johnson, who had been appointed re running officer in connection with, the mayoral llcction, introduced Mr. Ware to the council as nayor elect, and requested him to take tiie chair, «hich he did anrid cheers. Alderman Bruce said lie desired on behalf of the »uncil to congratulate Mr. Ware on his re-election to the office of mayor. The members of tie cor poration all regretted the unfortunate occurrence vhieh had rendered the previous election invalid, ind they were pleased to see Mr. Ware in the chair igain. The mayor, iu reply, thanked Alderman 3ruce for his kind remarks, and expressed the hope hat he would be able to work harmouiously with Jl members of the council. Alderman Wells then took the chair, and inti natcd that...
THE CITY FINANCES. PROPOSED NEW LOANS. REPORT BY THE TOWN CLERK [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
THE CITY FINANCES. PROPOSED NEW LOAXS. REPORT BY THE TOWN OLERIv. - At the meeting of the city corporation held on Monday afternoon the following re port, dealing with, proposed new louu.s, which hail hppn ?nrenarcd bv the town iucfK, was receivcu iioui me uuaiicc tuiii niittee for persual by members:— 1 have the honour to earnestly invite your con sideratiun to the proposition tor a series of new icana tu be raised, amounting in the aggregate to, say, £75,000. ' I dc-cm it ray duty to empiia size tne fact that many new and expensive works ?ire calling for immediate attention, and it io obvious to every one that they cannot be thought ot' -with the tunds at our command each year which are raised nom rates, and which arc pri marily contributed for administration and main tenance. Furthermore, it does not seem just that tne ratepayers of to-day should be called upon to pay not only the current expenses of municipal management, but all cliarges for improvements of a permanent character...
AMUSEMENTS THEATRE ROYAL [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
AMUSEMMTk tttra'trt?! totvvat. True second performance of Vincent Wal lace's pretty ballad opera .'Maritaiia' at: tracted one of the largest audiences of the season to the Theatre Roval on Monday evening, xne rendering ot tue worK tnrougn out was admirable, and the principals were honoured with recalls for all thor chief solos. A similar amount of enthusiasm was lavished on the chorus and the orches tra. The third performance of Wagner's fine opera 'Tamnhauser' is to he given to night, and on Wednesday evening 'Mari- tana' will be staged again. On Thursday night the company will dose a memorable season with 'Tannhauser.'
SNAZELLE WITH OUR NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
SKTAZRTJ.rc TVTTH OTTO.' ?? 'WAVY'.' On Saturday evening, at ,.'the'''Tlieatre Royal,, the popular and gifted artist - Mr. Snazelle will, begin -a season, when lie' will introduce : for ,- the' first tame in -Adelaide Messrs. yvesc & eon s ? interesting enter- ? tainment' ''Our Navy.' Mr. .; Snazelle - has just concluded a season of six-weeks at the Atheneum, Melbourne, whitherhe attract- ? ed. thousands of people. The performance, 'Our Navy,' consists of vivid living pic tures, which have been described as t}sc best ever seen in Australia. All the naval subjects were taken by instructions of the Board of Admiralty, and were given by command of Her late Majesty Queen Vic toria and the Duke and Duchess of York at Windsor Castle a few days prior to Mr.' Snazelie's departure for Australia. Of tliel entertamment it has- been written:— 'It is realized in the best taste, it teaches a lesson, aad it conveys more to those -who know little or nothing of the great ' 'right arm of the ...
A TALK WITH AN ARTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
'A TALK WITH AN ARTIST. [By Amateur.! ; It is well for us, O brother, That you came so far to sen us; —Longfellow— ';The song of Hiawatha.' For Mr. Louis Arens is an artist, as all wiio nave attended . the performances oi 'Lohengrin' and 'Tannhauser' will testify. What true earnestness lie is filled with! What a training he has had! A worthy student of the Imperial Conservatorium ot Moscow, Mr. Arens (or, 'rather, Doctor Areas, for he is a doctor in music of th.it institution) has been under the magnetic influence of such men -»- Rubinstein, Tschai kowiki, Arenski, and others, who are build ing up a truly strong Russian school oi music. Our friend began hip musical career with a desire to become r. pianist Tji-sji he drifted into flut&playing, and later dis covered that he had a small voice, fancy this! 'Tannhauser' ever having a 'small' voice! What a triumplh of patfence and persevering his mu?t have been. But there was in him abundance of both qualities, and these were wed...
AUSTRALIAN TOUR BY MADAME BELLE COLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
AUSTRALIAN TOUR BY MADAME BELLE COLE. Mr. P. A. Howells, of the firm of Messrs. Howells, Young, & Co., received instruc tions yesterday by cable from Madame Belle Gole to make the . nreliminarv ar rangements for an Australian tour. Madame Belle Cole will leave London by tbe steamer Oroya on March 29,= and will begin her Australian engagement at the town hall, Adelaide, on. Thursday evening, May 9. She will then proceed to Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, and the provincial towns of the sister States. Negotiations are being entered into with the Adelaide Choral Society -with a view to giving an oratorio concert during Madame Cole's visit to Adelaide. The work to be given will probably be Costa's 'Eli.' A considerable amount of interest is being evinced in Y.M.C.A. circles concern ing the elocirtiorcary and musical entertain ment which is to be given in the Victoria Hall on Thursiay evening nest. A capital programme has been arranged, which in cludes contribut'ons by Mr. Edward Reev...
STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Monday. March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901
STYVtr F/VnilANfJE OP ADELAIDE. Mondav. March 11. The following sales are officially reported:— At 10 a.m.— North Queensland Tin, £110; Great Sonlder, 24/3; Tarcoola United (paid), 1/6. At 12 noon.— Broken Hill, 46/9; Junction. Norths, !/3; Sulphides, 15/3, 15/1); North Queensland Tin, £114; Brook Brothers1 Boulder (C), 3/6; Great Moulder Perserverance (C), £7 5/; Associated forthern, 50/,' 50/3; Brownhill Central, 2A0; Jueen Margaret, 3/8. At 3 p.m.— Wallaroo. 26/; Junction North, 2/2; Sulphide Corporation, 15/lJ; Associated Northern, M/6; Brownhill Central, 2/10; Great Boulder. ?1/41, 24/6; Queen Margaret, 3/71; Tarcoola United [con.), 4Jd.