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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

SPECIAL PRICES FOR LENT. Finest New Ling Fish, 0}d. 1b. Very Choice New Cod Fish, GJd. tt-. Finest American Salt Salmon, 5jJ. it-. Extra Choice Salt Herrings, 1/4 dozen. Best Fresh Herrings (Milne's), CJd. tin. Good American Fresh Salmon, 7£d. tin. Gcod Sardines, 2}d. tin. Best Anchovy Sauce, lOld. bottle. » Good Tomato Sauce, ?)d. bottle. Good Sheep Tongues, 1/ tin. Open every Friday Evening until' fl -p.m. P. McROSTIE & CO.. THE LEADING GROCERS, 133, RUNDLE STREET. QttaWished over 47 year»- . . n66thfczsc

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

HAIL NOTICES. GREAT BRITAIN.— This clay— Via Suez, R.M.S. iJceana, 11.15 a.m. ; newspapers and registcrt-u .etters, 10.15 a.m.; Ian; letters— G. P.O. 12.1-^ M.m., Adelaide ltailway Station 12.30 p.m., Pan ]\-li')ai-!c Itaitway Station 1145 p.m. Uritisli auc loreign parcels post per the above steamer closcb at G.l'.O. 10.15 a.m. (Mail due iu Londou A|-ti. li.) Sp. March 10— Via San Francisco, 3 p.m., litlo fee, u.'M p.m.; money orders to States, 12.& p.m. Kp. March lfi— l-Viedricli der grosse, 11.1;. a.m. Sp. March 23— Via Marseilles, Australien 10.13 a.m. MANILA, ChlNA, and JAPAN. - I'hi* day— 3 p.m., Uuthrie, via Sydney. CAPi. _OLO.NV and NATAU-lliis day— At 3 p.m., i-unic, via .Melbourne. March l'.t— Nineveh, 3 p.m. NEW AUSTRALIA (Paraguay).— March 21—3 p.m.. via New Zealand. NEW CALEDONIA.— March It —3 30 p.m., to Sydney, thence per first oppor tunity. SAMOA and other SOUTH SEA ISLAM)-. -March IS— u.30 p.m., to Sydney, thence per lira opiiortunity. FIJI.— March lSt-3.30 p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Special Bemoval Notice. Norwich lion Fire Insurance Society, WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED THE FIRE BUSINESS OF THE SOOTH AUSTRALIAN INSURANCE CO., LD. o Clients are notified that on and after Wednesday next, 13th March, the Business of the . Society will be carried on in the &EW OFFICES, situate NU'lOXtli ''I'TDAL BUILPIXGS, -£XT BA\K OF ADELAIDE, 89, !iIS« tTILLIAn STREET, ADELAIDE. ?70'4z R. A. PAXTON, Loetl Manager. Q A. G0VERN11EST 3 PER CENT. STOCK *^' (Free of Income Tax.) . PRICE AT THE TREASURY TSr&AY, with interest from 1st December, 1900, £100 smx Fm £95. -n. 'LAYS KM LYfllCS,' A TOLUUE OF POEMS BY THK LATJI . MORGAN HAWKE5. Price, 2/6. thy be had from all the principal BookscIIera in the City. *S68e MR. FRED ESIELL,^™51 Ute ESKELL & TATTERSALL, 32, -King W'm. St. '♦54(3 ' ? ?_ *13ho nSD^CQ O pfl TAILORS, 63, Kine Wm. it Annul CK Ut/.j I o'clock Saturdays. 3a2th?' [ li H Wh OUTFITTER, U. U. llbVBLLL, «, RuBdle-Btreet. ? *2S7tfaa...

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BUILDING SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

BUILDING SOCIETIES. South Australian.— Tho twentieth annual meet ing «m held at the ofDcc of the society, Victoria square, on Monday evening. Mr. J. Bradley, chairman of directors, presided. The directors' report, and balance sheet were adopted. Messrs. J.VBrtdly, E. F, Troy, and J. P. Landvogt were reappolntcd aa directors, and Messrs. D, F. Braze] and R. O. V. Sullivan as auditors. A vote cf flunks was accorded the directors and the secre tary, Mr. F. B. Kccgh, for past services.

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BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

BAROSIETRICAL READINGS. The following table his 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. 9 a.m. 3 p.m. 9 p m. Monday .... ~ .. 29.05 30.09 30.05 -29.83 Tuesday ? 29.tr» 29.95 29.90 29.85 Wednesday ...... 29.77 29.80 29.81 2U.S3 Note.— Barometer, 28.88, risfhff, at 2 o'clock *his .rooming; cleat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

A STIMULATING CUP. A mil «eonfnl of CatUmry'i Oocot, with bolt In* water or milk, will make InitaaUy a rtinm tatlnf and luitaining cup of tho mott delldoua, dlgabble, and absolutely pure and nourishing Osrat, el th» grnteat (trcqfth tad , the flnew Bmout, entirely (ree'from any admixture. n2231u

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METEOROLOGIOAL.—March 7—13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

METEOUOLOGIOAL.-March 7-13. Statement of the atmospheric pressure, tem perature, rainfall, and state of the weather registered at the Adelaide Observatory during the past seven days at the hours mentioned: — liari Temperature. Rain Sate. 3 Therm 3 p.m.. 0 Weather. p.m. M'xim. Jlin a-m. laiin.lShd.1 riiur. 7 59.05140.0 87.0 53.! — SW.mod.fi.cl. Frl. 8 20 71.14Q.7i 08 T 6LS| — W.li.O.cl.ht. Sat. i) ^.56 143.0] 07.7 72.7 — S.W., li., fine. Sun. 10 29.89' 13-101 70.8 601 0.07 S.S.W.,L,fi.,v.r Mon. 1129.09143.5' 74.H 52.9 — iS.W..m.,fi.,v.p Tues. 122D.83137.8! 84.4 60.31 - jW3W,li,cl,B,p. Wwl. 13 3).80'l«.0 84.7 5!H9' — S.W.,li.,fl..plt. Memo. — The barometer is reduced and corrected to 2i drg. Fahr., liut it is not reduced to sea level. The temperature and rainfall are for the 21 liourj preceding the time of registration. The 'Weather (Jolumu' relaiea to the condition of the weather at the time of observation only.

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PRINCE ALFRED COLLEGE AQUATIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

PRINCE ALFRED COLLEGE AQUATIC SPORTS.. On ? Wednesday afternoon the annual swimming sports in connactton vritth. I?rince -Alfred College ivere held .in the ' O.B.I. Baths. Some good ttnisues were -witnessed, DU5 it!:wouia Have peen, Detwr nad tnere been more competition. The championship of the college resolved itself into -a' con-, test behsieen F. 11. Bui'gesB arid A.- V.;Pitt, the. former of whom \von after a close struggle. Pitt has a nice easy style, and should make a good swimmer in a year or two. Seven competitors entered for the 200. yards championship (breast stroke), and of these A: SV. Flecker and G.- N. Lowe were Che best; the former won by about two feet. In the plate diving Burgess proved himself facile' princepe, as he picked up no fewer than eight plates. Seventeen ?were thtown inand well scattered, too. ' Two lenfrths handicap (under 13), E. F. Eichard son, A. C. Wilton; senior championship, F. II. Burgess, A.' V. Pitt; style diving, - G. 11. Read; 200 yards handica...

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WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

WEATHER RETORTS AND FORECASTS. Knrccart nf probable weattier from Wednesday afternoon till Thursday night. Issued at 1.30 p.ir. un Wednesday. Sjnt.li Australia. — Fine weather, more or les^ f.lo-iily in south parts, where conl and Jileasant, with south and south-east winds; moderately warm inl.imi. Smooth to slight sea. Victoria (supplied by Mr. P. Buracehi).— Genoral- ]y line, except for light scattered showers, chic'ly over east districta to-day. North winds, vecrini; m south, with cooler weather this evening. Sea tlicht to moderate. Xi-w Smith Wales (supplied by Mr. 11. C. Itus sell).— Fine and warm, northerly winds. Occasional thunderstorms. Wi-stein Australia (supplied by Mr. W. E. f'ooke). — Fine and rather warm throughout south fit the latitude of Geraldton, with east winds. Hot »r sultry over the tropics and Slorchison, with scattered thunderstorms. .V slight depression this morning is passing far 1o the south of this State towards Tasmania, and it is tollpweri by a high-pre...

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STATE CHILDREN'S COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

STATE CHILDREN'S COUNCIL The monthly meeting' of the State Children's Council was held on Monday, March 11. There were present Mr. Tliomas Jthodes (president). Lady Boiiython, Lady Way, Mrs. Brown, Miss Baker, Miss Spencc, Messrs. C. H. Goode, P. Mcil. Glynn, M.P./J5. I). Hawker, and J. Hutchison, M.P., anJ the secretary (Mr. J. B. AVhiting). Miss CUi'k sent an apology for inability to attend.— The sec retary reported that since the council's last meet ing 18 children had been received— 8 at the In dustrial School, V at Magill Reformatory, 1 at Kedruth Reformatory, 2. at Brooklyn Park Refor matory, 4 at the Probationary Sshool, Mount Marker, and 2 at the VVoodville Probationary School. Twelve children had been sent to homes for whom subsidies would be paid, ID licensed for service, and 3 released on petition to relatives; 2 absconded from the Industrial School, 1 admit ted to_ hospital from Brooklyn Park lleformatory, V) from Industrial School to hospital, and 2 adopted. . Among tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

; :45i I1 - aricl;;^OaLS: Engines ' -'-' V5 -tt»H«it*fri«JtM«totofth«IHj. ^ JAME8 'HILL & SONS, : ^. ? &? ' , ' 16 ted 18, COgMRST.. ADELAIDE,- |§J ' \V 1 fcROSSLEV'S EKCINES^ H»to bean awarded by the International Jar; «I . ? Paris Exhibition, 1909, THE ONLY GRAND PRIX ' Given' to English Exhibitors in Class XX.; although many Kiglish-made Kngiies were ro»wn. in this clug, NO OTHER _ Was gtoa the Highest Award. ? _

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE RAINFALL: The following are the' quantities of rain regis tered at the undermentioned stations during the seven days ended Wednesday, March 13, at 0 a.m. : — ' - ' ' ? Adelaide,.. . . . . 0.07 Blumberg . . . . ... 0.01 Port Darwin ... 1.72 Gumeracha . . , . 0.08 Brock Creek .... 2.29 Lobcthal ? 0.10 Borrmdie . ..... 3.40 Woodside ? 0.07 Pine Creek '.....' 0.88 Hahndorf . .... 0.10 River Katherine . . 2.W Nairne. ? 0.01 Daly Waters ... 0.35 Mount Barker . , . 0.0S Powell's Creek . . 1.45 Echunga ? 0.0S Tennant's Creek . . 0.11 Macclesfield .... 0.06 Port Gcrmein ... 0.07 Meadows ..... 0.13 Melrosc . . . . . 0.03 Strathalbyn . . . . 0.04 Wirrabara . . . . . 0.02 Langborne's Bridge 0.07 Laura ? 0.0G Milang ? 0.0S Gladstone ..... 0.01 Wallaroo ? 0.01 Koolunga ..... 0.03 Kadina ...... 0.03 Snowtown ? 0.01. Moonta ? 0.03 Brinkworth .... 0.02 Maitland ? 0.05 Mintaro Central . . 0.02 Afdrossan ? 0.05 Watervale ..... 0.10 Port Victoria ... 0.12 Auburn ? 0.02 Curramulka .... 0.07, BalakUv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

QUE3HSLA2TD G07ERNME1TT. ISSUE OF £1,000,000 DEBENTURES, BEING PART OF A SUM OF £2,374,213 AUTHORIZED TO BE RAISED BY THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT LOAN ACT, 64 V1CT. NO. 24, 1900. D BE IN' ADDITION TO AND TO. RANK PART PASSU WITH QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT LOANS ALREADY EXISTING. ? o ? Repayable at par, 1st January, 1951V but may be redeemed on or after January 1, 1926, upon twelve months' notice being given. . aterest being at the rate of £3£ per centum per annum, payable from 1st January, 1901. ? o ? THE TREASURER OF THE STATE OF QUEENSLAND invites Tenders for ££1,000,000 QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT DEBENTURES, bearing .interest at the fate of £3$ per cent, per annum, repayable at par on January 1, 1951, but which may be paid off at par on or after January 1, 1926, upon twelve months' notice being given by notice in the 'Government Gazette' and in the principal newspapers circulating in iAustralia.' . These Debentures will he in addition to and will rank pan passu with the Queens land Governmen...

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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

VALEDICTORY. On Wednesday evening in the Brompton Wesloyan Church a social was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. N. Phillips, who are-about to leave for Western Aus traKA ? Thn Tim .1 D. Tjnirsford nreaidpd ovpr a large attendance. Mr. Phillips, who has ably filled the position of organist and proved a good worker in other branches of church work, was presented by the choir with a dressing case, which was handed to him by Mr. T. J. Bishop. Songs were contri buted by Mrs. Ward and Miss Bradley and Messrs. W. J. Orchard and T. J. Cook. Messrs. A. 0. Thomas and CJ. Bull gave recitations, and Mr. T. Srmons played a'Tiolin solo. Capt. Cornish's appointment was gene rally expected in military circles. He is a son of Mr. C. C. Cornish, secretary to the Attorney-General, and commands the es teem of his military confreres. The captain joined the volunteer force in January, 1SS5, attacliinp: himself to M Company Infantry, under Capt. ikuckey. He received his com mission on August 19, 1885, and four ye...

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AN INGENIOUS FRAUD. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

AN INGENIOUS FRAUD. MELBOURNE. March 13. Arthur Davis, clerk, aged 34 years, who was arrested yesterday on a charVe of false pretences, confessed to-day to the perpe tration of irauds on some 30 boarding house keepers in and about Melbourne. His plan was to call on these persons and offer to obtain lodgers. He demanded a registra tion fee of 5s. or 7s. 6d. for each, and gave a receipt signed Mansden & Co., Equit able Buildings. No such firm existed and no lodgers ever arrived at the houses of the victims. ?;-. .

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THE MARITANA GOLD MINES. THE RIGHT HON. C. C. KINGSTON AS PLAINTIFF. HE WINS HIS CASE. LONDON, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE MARITANA GOLD MINES. THE HIGHT 1I0X. C. C. KINGSTON AS PLAINTIFF. HE WINS HIS CASE. [From our Special Correspondent] LONDON. Februarv 8. Un luesday, 'February 5, in the King's Bench Division— it will be noted how promptly in the reports the title of 'lung' has been substituted for 'Queen' in the inscription of this tribunal— of tlie High Court of Judicature a case wms tried before Mr. Justice I-awrauce, sitting without a Jury, in which 'the ltight Hon. Charles Cameron Kingston, formerly Prime Minis ter of South Australia,' was plaintiff and Messrs. Marshall & Marshall, a firm of soli citors of Lincoln's Inn Fields, were defen dants. . The claim was for £563, being the amount of £430 alleged to be due under .1 contract of indemnity, together with in terest and damages. Mr. A. T. Lawrance, K.C., and Mr. M. M. McXughten appeared for .Mr. .Knigston, Mr. £. H. Pollard and Mr. H. .Marshall for the defendants. The following statement of facts and abstract of the judgment is tak...

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PENNY POSTAGE IN NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

PENNY POSTAGE IN NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March; 12. The Postmaster-General : says there has been no loss in connection with penny post age, and', he anticinatea an increase of re venue, during the year. - . -

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

To the Editor. Sir— To test the. difference in pnees be*' hveen Adelaide and New iioutli Wales, I asked a friend at JJrokeu Hill to purchase and forward to me sample ]xmndH of the' various candles retailed tnere, and simul taneoiisrly I did the same in Adelaide. 15e fore me are results. I lind tiiat ''Bloml 0]wliue' candles, manufactured in Man- . c-hester, whicli wera spelling some time ago ., in Adelaide at oid. jier ID. iu bond are retailed in IJroken' Hill at Cd. per Jb.. Tlicy cost 8d. per lb. in Adelaide. ''.Sphinx'' ?? br.md candlep, got up apparently to com- . ?' pete with candles made in Schiedam, Up land, are sold at 7d. per ll». 'Kxhibitioil' (undies — which are, 1 presume, inferior to M -.. the ''.Sphinx' brand— are retailed in Ade laide at the same price as the 'Spliinx'-' car.d'es are sold for in Broken 112), though' it costs about Id. per Hi. to forward candles from Adelaide to Broken Hill. It, thero- ? fore, 'appears that the loc.il manufacturer - - uie good enough l...

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CODLIN MOTH. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

CODLIN MOTH. To the Editor. Sir— It is Dad enough to be fined for breaking a law which- it is impossible to keep without losing all one's fruit. It is however, hard to be ac cused of fraud as I was in the city police court on jionuay witnout a chance of a hearing in a British court of justice because I was not used to the ways of the court and did not know what to do.. I did exercise all care possible over the pears I sold to Mr. Robert Charlick, and believe that when I packed them they were clean. If they were infested it was because the grubs developed afterwards; and if the top layers were clean it was purely accidental, not by design. There were four cases of pears containing probably 050 to 700, and out of these the inspector said he found 31 infested. For this I am liranded not only as a breaker of the law, but as a cheat I must submit; but the law which treats poor growers like this is cruel and unjust I enclose for pub lication a signed statement of two independent wit nesse...

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PORT ADELAIDE: Wednesday. March 13. [Before Mr. W. Johnstone. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

PORT ADELAIDE: Wednesday, March 13. [Before Mr. W. Johnstone. S.M.I John Uamm, George Smith, and Aithur Cas sidy had to answer a charge of liaving stolen at Port- Adelaide on March 11 a bag of clothing valued at £5. tho r»rnnertv nf Anntnii Koovurdin. They pleaded not guilty. The evidence showed that the bag was placed in the forecastle of the schooner Postboy, on which informant was cook. Accused were observed near the vessel. They dis posed of the articles to a general dealer. In the box Haslam and Smith denied having had any thing to do with thc'articles, while Cassldy stated that he brought a seaman to the ship for the purpose of directing him regarding the sale of the goods, for which he received 103. Ordered to be imprisoned for three montlis, with hard labour. Defendants were further charged on the information of J. R. Cocking : and others -with having stolen on March 'U lui yards of linoleum, of the value of £2 Us. lOJd. Remanded until Wednesday. YORKETOWX, Monday, March 4 (...

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