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WALLAROO, March 10.—Much [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

V.I.WVHKTOWX. -March 10.— Much re gi-ct is felt v.t the tleatn ot -Mr. luciwra Ci-.ilib. who lost his life through injury re ceive* 1 l-y ueine jammed on the ferrj- land ins. The landing stages are kept at an single of nearly 40 ileg. to auovr oi crusc imz. l-'REKLING. March 11- A large number of ivMiluuts assembled at the institute hull on ^.Uurday evening to bid bon voyage to 31r. K.-inder*, a. resident and business roan of 32 yoai-' standing', who i.- leaving during the week on ji visit 'to Europe. On behalf uf ;l number of subscribers Mr. F. Hein rii-h. chairman of the meeting, presented IMr.'Amler* with a gold locket suitably in si rilied ami an addrers. -Mr. Anders feel imrlv returned thanks. ilAJ.LiriT. March. 11. — On Saturday 'jvi-niui; Mr. E. Liuane. «;f Mount Bryan, yas dm-in? to ih.- township, and when near the r.ii! wuv station the whoel of the eiirt roHi.Unl with a tree, and die vehicle was cui-izeil. .Mr. Linane was rendered uncon {?- km- lor a considerable t.mK.- loi...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
METHODIST CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

METHODIST CONFERENCE. '.Phe'sesstons of the' Methodlist 'Conference were continued on Monday, niorninK ? at 'irie street Ohurch. The president, Rev. '. KDer. occuDied the chair, and the atteu uance ot mem'Oers was ratner sraait,_many of 'the country delegates having returned to their several districts. ._ A conauleraJble portion: of ' the morning sitting was given to the discussion of I3ie affairs of the .Supernumcrdiy 'Ministeia and Ministers' Widows' Fund. ? ? Tiie -Kev. Dr. Burgess introduced the sub ect of the financial stres3 on ? Redrnth, Border Town. Islington, Laura, and Morgan circuit?. After much discussion the lefttesrs regarding 'the first two circuits were re ceived, and the questions in connection with the three liist-named remitted to a committee for report on Tuesday morning. The following propositions were moved by Dr. Burgess and seconded by the Rev. J. Cbwperthwfltte:— '(1). That this confer ence is of opinion that provisions should be made in the Education Act so...

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THE ADELAIDE MAYORALTY. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. A NOISY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

THE' ADELAIDE MAYORALTY. DECLARATION OF THE TOLL. a Tfr-Tsv'\nsiF7nryo At the Town Hall, Adelaide, on Monday afternoon, before a good attendance, the returning officer, ?Alderman. Johnson, an nounced the result of ' the poll for the mayonu eiecuon, ana anuast cneers uuviai ed Mr. A. W. Ware duly elected. The mayor, Mr. A. W. Ware, in moving a hearty vote of thanks to the returning officer and his staff for the impartial man ner in whidi they had carried out the elec tion, said he desired to thank those who had returned him at the head of the poll and those who worked so hard for his re turn. He trusted that he would be able to earn their approval by the manner in which he would carry out his duties. (Cheers.) Alderman Wells would very much have preferred to move tiie motion, but really he had nothing to be cisnamed of when he looked at the large vote he had got after having come out at such a late hour. (Hear» hear.) Still, he wa-s very glad to second a vote of thanks to Alderman Jo...

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THE SYDNEY RAILWAY ACCIDENT. SYDNEY March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

THE SYDNEY RAILWAY ACCIDENT. SYDNEY. March 11. The inquest on the body of Herbert Henry Darnley, who was killed in the Tempe   railway disaster on February 15, was con- tinued to-day. William Thow, chief mecha- nical engineer, was of opinion that the train was travelling at 35 to 45 miles an hour. William A. Oakley, recalled, gave it as his belief that the derailment had not taken place at the point alleged by the rail- way authorities. There were marks on the sleepers, which indicated that another de- railment had taken place. By the Coroner —Since hearing of tlie second derailment he had visited the scene of the accident, to find out how it was that the fishbolts had been cut off by the engine, and had come to the con- clusion that it was impossible for the loco- motive to have done it. Alfred Bull, guard of the train, considered that it was travel ling at the ordinary speed of about 35 miles an hour. The hearing was further adjourned.     &a...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

SPECIAL NOTICE. Announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, not exceeding five lines, are inserted once each in 'The Register,' 'The Observer,' 'The Even ing Journal,' and Special Summary prepared for transmission to England for the single charge of Half a Crown; extra lines Cd. each. The name and address of the sender must in all cases be given. BIRTHS. GITTINfiS.— On the 9th March, at her residence, Xorih Adelaide, the wife of J. C. Gitlings, of a son. WOODS.— On the llth March, at Penny street, Semaphore, the wife of E. T. Woods— a daughter DEATHS. ALLEN.— On the 10th March, at her residence, Jcrvois street. New Thebarton, Sarah, the beloved wife of George Allen. BARTLETT.— On the 4th March, at Adelaide. South Australia, Frederick William, the beloved husband of Florence Bartlctt, late of Southampton, England, aged 30 years. Deeply mourned. HITCHINGS.-On the llth March, at the resi dence of J. A. Haivliugs, Clifford street. New Theharton, Alfred Hitchings, aged over 70 year-....

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MALVERN COLLEGE PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

MALVERN COLLEGE PICNIC. The scholars of Malvern College held their an- nual picnic on Saturday last at the National Park. The boys played tennis most of the morning, and in the afternoon met the Upper Sturt Cricket Club, and won the match. A. Murdock played a fine innings and retired with 46 runs to his credit. Mr. L. H. Swann secured 6 wickets for 30. Be fore leaving the park for home, on the motion of Mr. Hollidge, a vote of thanks was accorded to Mr. Swann for his efforts to make the picnic a success.

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SHARE MARKET AND MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

SHARE MARKET AND MINING. 'London advising a firmer market prices on the local 'change oN Monday were some what stronger, but the turnover was limited In Western Australia Gold Associated   and Northern were about 1/ better,   Perseverance about 6/, and Ivanhoes 8/6 higher than on Saturday. Bayley's United had buyers at 5/ without business being   done. Messages from London showed that Lake View Consols recovered in price the 12/ fall noted on Saturday. Silver stocks were very quiet at last reported rates, and the same remark applies to copper, though Paull's were taken at £7 2/6. North Queensland tin opened at £110, were sold up to £114, and closed at £112 sales and seller. Woodlark Ivanhoe Gold Mining Company. — A wire dated March 11 has been   received from the Woodlark Ivanhoe mine: —'Lode in tunnel 25 ft. wide; assays equal Proprietary Company.' And the following extract from the Cooktown 'Independent' will give shareholders an...

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CRICKET. HAHNDORF COLLEGE V. QUEEN'S SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

CRICKET. HAHNDORF COLLEGE V. QUEEN'S SCHOOL. The return match of this season between teams representing the above schools was played at Hahndorf on Saturday, March 9, and resulted in after making 222 for a loss of 8 wickets, had got rid of 9 of their opponents for 53 runs when time was called. Queen's School, winning the toss, put their opponents in, and capital batting was shown by Byard ma. 68, Sabey 38, Norman 31, Doepke 27, and Walker 20. The scores would have been much smaller but for leniency on the part of the field. Reynell bowled well, and the ground field ing and wicketkeeping were good. When Queen's School went in to bat Beresford ma. played a fine losing game, but the bowling was accurate, and several excellent catches were made, and but for the stubborn defence of Young he could not have saved his side from defeat. The bowling honours   were divided by Doepke, Sabey, and Byard ma. Scores:— . Hahndorf College.— Norman, c. and b Reynell, 31; Hector, b. Miller...

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FAREWELL TO MESSRS. MORRIS AND GROSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

FAREWELL TO MESSRS. MORRIS AND GROSE.   On Monday afternoon, at the Port Ade laide Town Hall, an official farewell was tendered to Messrs. C. R. Morris and Thomas Grose, ex-mayors of the munici pality, who win leave to-day on a trip around the world. The gathering, which was representative, met at the invitation of the mayor, Mr. J. W. Caire. Among those present were the Hons. J. L. Pardons, H. Adams, and R. S. Guth:ie, M.L.C.'s, Messrs. I. McGillivray and W. O. Archi bald, M.P.'s, W. Johnatone, S.M., Canon Samwell, Rev. J. C. Kirby, Aldermen Malin, Todd, Moyers, and Hains, and many councillors, ex-mayors- and ex-councillors. The mayor presided, and after the loyal toast had been honoured proposed the health of the guests. He said both had been successful business men and thorough ly deserved the extended holiday they were about to take. First of all, as councillors in the local corporation, and subsequently as mayors, they had rendered splendid ser vice. Mr. Morris had...

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COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. .11* flftiethtalf.jnariy meeting of . the Coast Stcamihip Company was beM st the office. Union ilrcct. on Twaday lAernoon. Mr. C. J. Peony 1-rwiOed, and a dividend o( 10*. per share wss de clared. Sixty-seven per cent of Portugal's in habitants cannot read or write, 3.50 per per cent, of English people, and only half of one per cent, in Denmark and Switzer land; ?

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FEBRUARY WEATHER. NOTES BY SIR CHARLES TODD. GOOD GENERAL RAINS IN THE INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

FEBRUARY WEATHER, NOTES BY SIR CrlAELES TODD. GOOD GENERAL RAINS IK Th£ INTEK1OR. Hie special feature of the 'weather condi tions thi* month was the gradual develop ment of raoiuoonal influences. throughout the interior of the continent, -and the con scijucnt break-up of the protracted drought, which baa been so disastrous w its effects. In January we called special attention to the smoiw. failure of tho monsoon rains thi* reason over all the inland parts of the Northern Territory. Similar dry conditions marked the earlier part- of tb» month; but during the latter half of February condi tions completely changed, and monsoonal infldmces extended well southwards, carry ing good rain* to the shore* of the Great Bight, and across all our inland area* to the borders of Queensland and New South Wales. The first indication of a change *n* shown on the weather chart of the 7th, whvn a well-marked mowoonal cyclonic storm struck the northern coast of Western Australia, near Cossack, with roug...

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FUMIGATION OF VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

FUMIGATION OF'VESSELS. „ The steamer Nemesis, which arrived from Wister . x\us.ralia during Monday night, : and was boarded by the Health Officer, Dr. ! Gethins ear.v on Tue;day( morning, enjoys | the tq ivocal distinct oh of being the first fumigated vessel under the new oubouic '- ; 1 gue regulat:.ons. Her people were mus te «d— the e were four passengers— and the order, was given for the steamer to be fumi gated, a Customs ' officer going -up with her to see the work carried out. The Health Officer ha* received instructions to the ef fe.t taa; all ships coming from South Afri ca, Bombay, Mauritius, Western Austra lia, or Queensland, or having had direct commtm cation with the shore at either of these pjrts, must be inspected only during t.« hour- of dajlig .t, and they wi.l not be allowed to. pass tne anchorage without iu migation of all parts of the vessel to d s.roy rate, un es j a cert ficate, counter signeJ by a medical Port offical, is pro- ' ducsd th.it tr.ey have been so f...

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THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. The officer to command the sixth contin gent will be appointed by Cabinet to-day. In camp men and horses are doing their duties admirably. Tiie horse selection com mittee has practically completed its task, and as a result of the efforts of its members there are 130 horses in camp.

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NEWS OF THE DAY. THE IMPERIAL SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

NEWS OF; THE DAY.: THE IMTERIAL- SOLDIERS. At the city.: police court on Saturday three of the Imperial soldiers who missed the Britannic when she left these shores were charged with having absented themselves without leave from their .regi ments. They were discharged, and the S.M. said it was for' the' military authorities to' deal further with the case if they wished. Chatting to a representative of 'The Regis ter' on Tuesday afternoon, the Acting Com mandant, Col. Stuart, said he had heard nothing from the Government regarding the men, imd therefore had taken no action.

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THE CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

THE CRIMINAL SITTINGS. The latest session of the Criminal Court, which ended yesterday, was un duly protracted, and the cases tried il lustrated in an unusual degree the frail? ties and the follies of human nature. Fortunately, however, no very serious crimes had to be adjudicated upon; and the circumstances disclosed do not suggest any novel reflections, with re ference to the punishments inflicted, either in warning or as lessons. One very significant fact, which stands out prominently, is that if the Government had not been Aveakly unwise earlier in the year the court would not have had so much. to do. Several cases were those of criminals who, in mis taken clemency, had been prematurely released from prison owing to a short ening of their term of sentence in commemoration of the stirring events through which the nation has lately been passing. The practice of remit ting sentences on special occasions, which originated many centuries ago in some of the countries of the Orient, ne...

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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

IXDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Page. I. . Page. Amusements .... 8 | Medical ? 8 Aquatics ? 8 Merchandise ? .2 Auctions ? 8 Mining . . . . . . 2 Board and Lodging . 2 Miscellaneous Wanted 8 Businn&ses for Sale Money ....... 2 or Wanted ? 2 Ollices to Let .... 2 Business Notices . . 1-3,8 Patents and Trade Carriers ? 1 Marks ....... 2 Companies & Societies 2 Persons Wanted ... 8 Cycles, kc. ? 8 Produce ....... 3 Drapery & Clothing 1,3 Professional ? 3 Education ? '. 2 Properties for Sale . . 2 Electoral Notices . . 2 Properties Wanted . . 2 Florists & Scedancn S Public Notices .... 2 Football ....;. 8 Publications and Sta Friendly Societies . . 2 tionery ? '. 2 Funeral Notices . . ; 2 Shipping ? 1 Horses, Cattle, Ve- Situations Wanted . . 8 hides ? 2 Special Advts ? 1 Hotels & Restaurants S Tailors & Outfitters . 3 Insurance Notices . . 8 Tenders ? S Legal Notices .... 2 To Let ? 2 Lost and Found ... 8 Wanted to Buy .... 8 Machinery ? 8 Wanted...

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SUMMARY OF NEWS FOR EUROPE PER S.S. OCEANA. Adelaide, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

SUMMARY OF NEWS FOR EUROPE PER .as. OCEANA. Adelaide, March 13. Our last Summary was published on March 6. The present issue goes hence by the Oceana, which leaves Largs Bay on Thursday afternoon.

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BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

BAROMETRICAL READINGS. --he following table has been constructed from observations recorded in this office for every six hours during the last three days and for thi» morning. Height above sea level, 147 ft:— - 3 a.m. 0 a.m. 3 p.m. 9 p.m. Sunday ? 29.74 .29.82 29.90 29195 Monday ? 23.95 30.09 30.05 21.98 Tuesday ? 29.92 29.95 29.90 29.85 Note.— Barometer, 29.77, falling, at 2 o'clock tfaix morning; cleax- ?

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METEOROLOGICAL.—March 6—12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

METEOROLOGICAL-March G-12. Statement, of the atmospheric pressure, tem perature, rainfall, and state of the weather registered al_thc Adelaide Observatory during the past seven- days at -the hours mentioned: — Bar Temperature. IUfn Date. 3 Therm 3 p.m. S Weather, p.m. M'xim. Mia a.m. '.inn Shd. i I Wed. C 30.02 133.5 78.0 D2.9; — W. m. fi. cl. nrar. T'&.Qs HO.O 87.0 532 - SW.mod.fi.cl. Fri. 8 t9 71 149.7 93 7 61 8] —iW.li.fl.cl.hr. Sal. i 9 -2!) 5B 14S.0! 97.7J 72.71 — S.W.. li.. fino. Sun. In 29.S3 13-i.oi 70.8' 60 1 0.07 :S.S.W.,I.,ti.,v.f Mon. illifl.OOUaS 74.6i 52.0 — |S.W.,m.,fl.,v.p Tucs. iU20 83137.3 84.4' 6a 3 — 'W3W,li.cl,fl.p. Mrmo. — Tho harometer is reduced and corrected to .'H d'c. Fahr., but it is not reduced to sea Jfivel. The temperature and rainfall are for the 24 hours preceding the time of registration. The 'Weather Column' relates to the condition of the Teat her at the time of observation omy.

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THE MAYORAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

TILE MAYORAL ELECTION. An extraordinary election was held on Saturday to fill the vacancy in the mayor alty of the Gity of Adelaide caused by the unseating of Mr. A. W. Ware in conse quence oi a technical defect in his nomina tion paper. Messrs. Ware and Jones were again nominated, and Alder man Wells, who had filled the position -o£V; acting- .mayor since Mr. Ware was 'unseated, also decided to contest the election. There was no sign of excite ment at any of the polling booths, and the voting an all the wards was light. The following 'table shows the result of the pol ling in each ward:— Ward. - Jones. Ware. Wells. Infl. nindmarsh ? 4 i!tl 200 5 Gawler ? U 440 3G4 14 Grey .. ? IS 333 413 ]1 Young ? G 341 2(U 2 Robe ? 3 2X1 128 4 MacDonneir ? 4 2S0 12!) 5 Totals .... ..44 2,139 1,560 41

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