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THE AUTUMN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

THE AUTUMN SHOW. The Royal Agricultural Society was again fortunate in having the best of 'weather for the opening of its autumn show in the Jubilee Ehibition Buildings and Grounds on ihursaay, .March 7. Teople began to come in from 1 o'clock, and soon the crowd assumed the usual healthy, if uncomfortable, dimensions which assured the success of the exhibition. A better autumn display has rarely been seen in Adelaide.. In the ab sence of the live stock, which is seen in the spring, more attention was naturally given to tihe inside show, which on this occasion was distinctly the best feature of the whole exhibition. The Jnbike- Hall proved to be not a bit too spacious for the immense variety of fruits, flowers, and ve getables which growers sent in to be judged. The competition in these elajsses has seldom been better, and the exhibits made a glo rious show. Every other department was well up to the standard.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

NOW READY. ;.-..;..?, ? Our Artutic and llan&wme Bo*Uet, 'All Abdnt BOnlop Tyres for 1901' !nstractiTe,l» all Cyrlists, abo an- artistic snifwUjr. &upple»ent of TreU-Jtn«*n Baring Cracks. Tie lunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co,. of Australia, Ltd. 59; FRANKLIN STREET,' ADELAIDE.' '', GOOD and CHEAP An --eiliT placed on the market bv us to meet the eristms ; demand for a good wjuEfKa tt»b at a Low FiornK. Not as Good as 'Dunlop*' but better than all others. , MAJtUPlCTVBEI) BT TheDumop Pneumatic Tyre Co. of Australia. Ltd. 59, FRANKLIN STREET, ADELAIDE.

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RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

RELIGIOUS. ? Mantborpe Memorial Church, -Unley-.— In connection with the ninth anniversary ser vices were conducted on Sunday, March 10, bv the Revs! W. H. Lewis. P. R. Rflev.-and Dr. Burgess, On Tuesday evening a. church social was held, and the Rev. W. H. Lewis gave - his interesting ? 'Talk -on Welsh preachers' to a Urge audience. The secre tary's report, presented by Mr. E: Taplin. exhibited prosperity throughout all branches of; the work. - The church mem bership Vhad increased from 84 to 96; the Sunday school, with a roll of 246, had an avenge attendance of 172; several addi tions to the property had been. made at a cost of £104 2s. lid.: and the various organbarions- were in a healthy condition. The treasurer's statement, read by Mr. C. A. 8mitb, showed income £510 3s. 0d:, and a balance in hand of £71 18s. 3d., while the church, had contributed £28 13s. 8d. to missions: Vocal selections wcrcgiven by Miss Wright and Mean. W. DabUe and

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METHODIST CHURCH, UNLEY. JUBILEE SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

METHODIST. CHURCH, UNLEY. .TTIRTLEK SERVICES. The jubilee services of tlie Methodist Church, Unley, were celebrated on Sunday, March 10, when large congregations, which pmhmrmi manv who m rear* Ions uast had sustained a close association with the church, were addressed by the Revs. Brian Wibberley, R. Mitchell, and J. Berry .-On Tuesday evening a public meeting, held in tbe church, was largely attended. The chair was occupied by the Mayor of Unjcy, Mr. A. ilackie, who gave an interesting ad dress— The Rev. T. Lloyd, who had minis tered in the church in its earliest years, in connection with tbe late Revs. W. Butters and J. narcourt, gave an interesting sketch of revival services in tlie 'fifties.' He ulso displayed a copy of the first preacher's plan, in which the name of Unley figured. —The putor, Rev. E. Gratton, presented a historical statement, in which it was stated that only one of the original trustees— Sir John Colton— is now living. In 1880 the present church had superseded...

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METHODIST CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

METHODIST CONFERENCE. The concluding session of the Methodist Conference was held oa Tuesday morninR in Pine street Church. There was a fair attendance of representatives, and the chair was tilled by the Rev. T. Pjper, president of tbe conference. The Rev. W. A. Langsford moved— 'That, in order to facilitate tne work and econo mise the time of the conference, committees of details and recommendations shall be ap pointed in the manner hereinafter describ ed, whose duties shall be to prepare in ad vance the business to be submitted to the conference. Such committees, with the sub iectd respectively assumed to them, shall be as follows:— (1) A committee of details as to circuits, to which shall be assigned the following questions:— What new stations do we propose to occupy? Do we sanction tbe division or alteration of any of the dis tricts or circuits in this conference? What circuits ask for additional preachers? What other resolutions are adopted by this confe rence? What circuits ar...

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HINDMARSH PATRIOTIC COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

HINDMARSH PATRIOTIC COM '.'?.. IHTTSS. A meettnt' of tbe Hfadmush Patriotic Ootmnlt tee was beM oa Toeadayrereninf. Alderman Hockis* presided over a lair attendance. Tbe aecretaiy, Mr. T. J. Bishop, reported that leave had been (ranted (or tbe ndlitary bud to attend tbe demonstntJon. Tbe chairman reported that tbe refreshment committee was maUar splendid procnaV Tbe chairman and secretary were em powered to get .tbe triumphal .an* flmsbed. Other anaacements were made in preparation for the demonstration. ' , , 'I suppose your wire misses von a great deal now?' 'Well no; for a woman she has a remarkably good aim.' - ? Whenever yon begin to suspect a bait in roondf, you may fed sore that it is ob vious to the rest of tbe world.

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DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

DEPUTATIONS. Township Lands at Tareoola.— A peti tion, signed by 108 residents . of Tarcoola, has been presented to the Minis W of Mines by Messrs.' Poynton and Mac kenz e, asking that the . township lands should be allotted to residents of Tarcoola in virtue of bus ness licences, as originally intended. The petitioners, who are at pre sent attempting to carry on lawful occupa tions, desired to erect permanent dwellings a J Crown tenants. -

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BRIGHTON: Friday, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

BRIGHTON: Friday, March 8. Present— Hie luayur (.Mr. -\. \Y. Silver), and Crs. beunelt, liaiy, Gregory, Measday, la.vlor, and Tluseiion. lutvn cltrK reported mat lie haS interviewed liie secretary of the Colonial Mutu*' lire insurance Uo. vvita legurtl to.iuu )uititna- of land in Dunrobiu road lor a rec.rcauo.-i ground Tut; company had nut nxuJ a price, : ihk asKes tnat we council should submit an offer. Town' cltrt also reported that tile .tenders received tor. making and forming portion uf Boundary place, Somtnon, were coiuiacrcd by the riiairiuau of ' public works ana himself too high, ? and none ? liad been aceepU'd. / Cr. Daiy Hiked what amount oi deposit accompanied the tciiiieni lor grey and blue metal respectively; reply, grey, £j; blue, none. Cr. Uregory asKcd li any steps could be taken to put a btop to fiaing bicycles on the looi-' paths. He wus informed that the trooper eould be instructed to report any cases. Cr. Gregory moved in terms ot notice of motion— 'That the. by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OrtNIO.\3 WORTH KNOWING.— Dr. Osborne says:— 'I use SAKDE1C ana SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT as a spray for nasal catarrh, low fever, asthma, kc., witlt great success. 1 find this preparation superior to all others.' Dr. SUM:— 'I have used various pre parations of Eucalyptus, but 1 get better reeulM from SANDER k SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRAC1' than from any other.' Dr. Preston:— '1 never use any Eucalyptus preparation other thin SANDER k SONS', as I found the others to be almost- useless.' Dr. Hart:— 'It goes without saying that SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT is the best in the market.' In in fluenza, all fevers, throat and lunj; trouble, diphtheria, diarrhoea, dysentery, kidney com plaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains, ulcers, &c, it is invaluable. See that you eej SANDER & SONS', and reject spurious prepara tions, which are sometimes Supplied by unacrupu ions dealers. SUmwIcl

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THE HOSPITAL TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

THE HOSPITAL TROUBLE. We understand that every point in dis pute in connection with the Adelade Hos pital has been finally and satisfactorily settled. The whole of the members of the honorary medical and surgical stalls have returned to the institution, and the stu dents attending the medical school will take up their studies next week. Dr. Leith Napier's leave of absence has expired, but instead of resuming all his duties at the hospital he has taken Dr. Roseby's place at the r lunatic asylums as Dr. Cleland's assistant. The dutv at the asylum is only incidental to others which Dr. Napier is performing. In relinquishing a portion of his hospital work he was anxious to facilitate in every way the operations of the reorganized hospital staff, and is per fectly agreeable to act in any capacity in order to promote the welfare of the insti tution.

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CORPORATIONS. KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD, Monday, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

CORPORATIONS. KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD: Monday, 'areli 10. Present— The mayor (Mr. J. II. Mattingly), Aldermen Phillips, Dankcl, Minks, and White, Crs. Storey, Illewett, Leeder, Hooper, 'Bailey, Esserv. Weller. and Ford. — The mavor read fhe account for making out the assessment for Ease Norwood Ward, viz., 346 folios at $d. per folio oi 40 words. Alderman Dankcl drew attention to Iliu amount mentioned in the Land Values Assessment Aft, viz., id. pur folio of 72 words. TV mayor said the matter could be discussed by the flnanca committee.— Works committee recommended thuG crossing at College road be completed and foot path be repaired. Adopted. — The surveyor reported that 4S0 gallons of tar had been delivered, leaving a balance of 4,lb(l gallons to come, which lie ex peeled to have some difficulty in obtaining. — Finance.— Receipts, £219 Cs. lOd. : expenditure, £2S2 8s. 7d.; bank balance, £4111 ISs. Ud.— It was resolved that the whole council should consider in committee and report on...

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ASK YOUR NEIGHBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

ASK YOUR NEIGHBOUR. Talk it over with people you know. The advice of friends, of neighbours, ol Adelaide citizens h better advice for Ade laide, people than ,the douptful expression of a stranger residing in some far away, place. You know how to weigh the advice of friends and neighbours. It is not oar word, but theirs, that we ask you to believe. You don't know what to believe when a stranger tells you. Hundreds of Adelaide people endorse Doan's Backache-Kidney Pills. . This ia tha strongest proof of merit that can be had* Read one case. We have plenty more like it. ? . ? ? ? . .. , . Mrs. E. James, 225, Halifax-street, this city, states:— 'For some tune I suffered considerably with backache; the pains used to extend across the small of my back np between the shoulders, and were very sore at times,' particularly rbenl stbobed. My condition was very poor, the least exertion making me feel very weary. -Although I tried various remedies. and rubbed in lini ment*, I only succeeded in g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

A REFINED BEVERAGE. CMbaty'f Cocoa pravMef a itlatd daty bevc. ngt tor tht nboet, the ymmg. tbe «ld, asJ par ttakut? taeat ot wetk sad Issjilwldsftstloa'. ' ' ? «MtM : DONT LOOK OLD. ? with advaadaa? jmn sn/a—i iaatuea. Has IM« with LOOmtTO SOLftTUR HUB U ?TOUB^-wfcfeb«4ark*at ts the feracr eetear «ai

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THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. DE WET'S RETREAT. ADMISSION BY STEYN. London, March 11. [Received March 12, 8 p.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

HE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. DE WETS RETREAT. ADMISSION BY STEYX. London. March il. IBY SUBMARINE TEUSGRAPH.1 [Becemd March, 12, 8 pun.]' It lias been ascertained that Generals Christian Dc Wet and Fronaman, with WO followers, who are in country be tween Snringicontein and Dewetsdorp, are adtancins northwards at the rate of 25 miles per day. De Wet has declined to see his bro ther Piet, who is trying to induce him to surrender. A number of former burghers bare been enrolled at Brandfort and Kroon Ktad to assist hi the defence of those towns against the Boers. London, March 12. The Boers have collected large sup plies of prorialons and ammunition at Dewetsdorp for the use of Dc Wet's torce. Ex-President Stcyn, in a speech at rhllippolis a few days ago, admitted in tones of lamentation that in view of the failure of the scheme for the inva sion of Cape Colony there was now no chance of the Boers regaining their country.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

ECZEMA- 'OLEAC SSTS ft* SUkemt H— Sfathlo Btspltal. Dkw -MHKOiWaabcrllndd,RL&,P.R.aS.t M.B Phi fctadea, &?*&-» of Watat'boUntt Jan.4a.6d.; isslit,*. Hl-OtfM, Hauls ft lamp, n Aral*, %_ ? KaOmwie JOHNSTON'S 0AEBA2TE ALE AOEHTS— BANDALL & BOUCAUT, *?, Mnf Wllll*m-«tre«t. lUepbeoe 70*. bTSmS 4NDERS0N&HALL, GRENFELL BUILDINGS, FREEMAN STREET, rSHHGB ONLY, », BROOKMAN'S BUILDING. ^ .«. -i«_j»_ « .« . ? ...j *. BEST WORKIS CHEAPEST. Cphoistuiarin altboadwi. Old Fvait»t Be* nerated and Reemred equal to new. Just Mtived, special selection Newest Ceveriafs, P.GATiCO.. : GENERAL FURNISHERS, ARCADI. otfomae The Massey-HaFris Bieyele Depot. SECONDHAND B1OTCLES el naeejMlbd' nktf ?lend -for-- Dm bottdam at prim sad. tana* te Hit tb* mo* lltdted tocoaei, Rob ttopmrst, MASStHARRiTcYCli DEPOT. Vatsnrf* HELIDON SPA? conpleUt . : - Katnral Digestion of Food. '.': K. 1ULRA& Kins wllliam street, Agent ' Hex FOR - 00 I U II pubs U U ToH. LAWBENCS, FDRRIER ...

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A.N.A. CONFERENCE. AN IMPORTANT QUESTION. MELBOURNE, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

A.N. A. CONFERENCE. ., AN niPORTANTiQUESTION. MELBOURNE. March 12. The annual conference of the Australian Natives1- Association was opened to-day at Beecfoworth. There were 200 delegates m attendance, and Mr. W. Skelton presided. Tlie pnnapol question dealt with was the dispute ariang'out of- the suspension of_ tho Sandhurst branch by tfoe board of direc tors for refusal to pay funeral allowance to the relatives of their late member Mr. ,lloper. The discussion was a heated one. Mr. J. H. Curnow, one of tlie representa tives' of the Sand'hurst branch, concluded a long speech by moving 'That the appeal of the. Sandhurst branch be upheld, and in accordance with the advice tendered by. Mr. Justice a'Beekett, the matter shall be re ferred to the board of directors with ai view to an amicable settlement being :ar« rived at witihout any further recourse to legal procedure or further expenditure of the funds of the association.' The debate was adjourned. ?

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AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE. March 11 Wheat wat doll to-day, and tdlen atked J/81 tor shipping parcel* but the demand waa inactive. unienVere buyiof snail lota at 2/8. Bran com Algerian oati were quiet at 1/5 to l/o). Main had tale* at 3/8} to 5/9. Cbaff was steady at 43/ to 85/. Potatoes mor*d off np to £4. Onions were dealt in at £5 15/ to JCO. Considerable busineai was done in Mauritius sugar tor forward delimr. In tea 170 cherts of Ceylon was told at Ud. to lOd. SolUnts were quitted at 7|d. FMi was sold ateadily. Cream of tartar was worth Uid Bi-carbonate soda changed hands up to S3 5/ on apot. A parcel of caustic soda was Mid for export. Oomsacks wen in fair demand for export up to 5/1. Branbagt wen flnn up to 4/5. K line of » tons of bar iron was sold. Good butinea was done in German No. 8 wire. A 1,000-case parcel of kensine was soM ex Cha t«»,rn.t»jd. mmtiamitM Further fixtures of wheat and flour wen made to-day for export, and the markeU were steady. About ion torn ot sur...

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ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPOBT. Mom. A. W. aandford ft company noon on March 12:— It was scarcely expected that the high rates that ruled during snow week would be main tained, and ahbongh the market to-day waa again active Tames easeu aoout 10. ner w. un iop t«« of butter, at this price the caUloane being readily cleared. Prime separator and dairy lines were in strong request, whilst second quality and paklry loot sustained last market quotations; imported bulk sold a shade easier in sympathy with the tower quotations in the eastern States; factory and creamery fresh in prints realised 1/3 to 1/oj, one brand fetching' 1/8}; private separator, lfl to 1/t}; well-graded store and (sir dairy, 9}d. to lid.; ?tale and heated lots, from 6jd. to 7kL: import ed bulk from 1/1 to 1/1 for good to choice; local stored from lOJA to lljd. In ben ejp the market well susoined, a full catalogue being cleared, ben felling at lOJd.; duck, lltf. All ToU ofcheat coming forward met with sale at the advanced rat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

A QINUINK (MMRANf it-BTeiy Article7 Is gMTtnteiea In first-lass irdtr and o* the best woricmanshlp. - If aot wi uidtruke to t»k» thwn baek iaA bMf th« ncpense of earriage. Country Ordin recelvespeclal attention. 0/9 ? f ' j '**? V '? itif'BBl'BfOW»^iM anf-«- . _ 1. , — ^ ' . t^*M| J?9 Ifl/ ^b'^'^ A £1 15/ W| MEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, F« ''^cSS'1' _V^L J^Ji^ IQCTT PAGH, POSHED FREK, . ft— 'I, fe?TF^Tnil il 9 gpALCOLM REID, SfpfoR Y *-2JI miimi umruiini, -J=-4)wsJ. fig CHI8TDIUWVB8 ADELAISI* ^^^ » ^ 4W IK/ uHj ijllf F%L 8BK HALFTKSTBR bwwtkad, AiO 15/ fiKBEffiffir. ft **^^^J |L Vl^S^^ ?Cpfi K} A'*11' ^fl *n « 1^^^^^ pLn»I(.tMf«r BKDSTItAD asshowa *V^$&™b^MiR*-M™\J^**laU ' W 5/9 ^aoriPtae.dK bomW. «»2*»d 'ooir*ll. Ma BrttorQuioy (A»ettr7 «ad Hiahx *w/». Two Booms, Itonished, £10 15/. Three Booms Furnished, £14 15/. HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURL !£=?== i*hJ?J;^i-?.M!?^il!2iSlfSJ?r ** BJ2?lttaS D!?15&! °-d± »* ?» P*tst«fro*lom. hi diroes rtaalt of my Drift trial an n x . . . ...

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A GRAND CHURCH OF AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 13 March 1901

A GRAND CHURCH OF AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY. March 12. At a meeting of the Presbytery of Syd ney to-night the Rev. Dr. Clouston gave notice of overture to the General Assembly with .reference' to the appointment of an in fluential committee to devise a scheme for the federation of as many as possible of the Protestant churches of Australia, with power to confer with representatives of other churches, with a view to the ultimate formation of one grand church of Australia.

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