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FEDERAL TARIFF. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
FEDERAL- TABIFF. ? To the Editor. Sir— 1 ?would like to pouit out tne utter rottenness of the policy of .'a protective- . duty on foreign manufactures, -\vuiJe admit-' ' tine their raw material -fiee.'^ Very nice.-. if the other fellow would only sleap with. : ? bo tii eyes shut; but he will not—be reta- ?;,* liates with cspoyt duties on his raw stuff, or increased priors, .or both, eo us to get even, and succeeds by thus forcing (un manufactured goods up to hjs price or more. . ; 'J'ms has bre-n illustrated in tiie colonies. 'I'he logic pi the position is.tliat' our '.manu- facturing industr.es arb sustained at ihaxi- - mum cost to the users (everj'body), while - the wages of the factory workers .decline with the increase of competition in, nn.l .storage of, over nmnufacttired lines. Thu - . latter also means too often partial cessation of manufacture. ? ...... J am,- Sir. &c., ' ; ? A; DUNJEY. V.;
PHILANTHROPIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
PHILANTHROPIC. Adelaide Benevolent and Strangers' Friend Socie ty.— The monthly meeting was held on Tuesday afternoon. There were present— Mr. David Nock Yin the chalri. Mcsdames C. Drew. W. Brans. T_ Drew, and J.' A. Hartley, Messrs. J. J. Green, W. Bariord, W. H. Tite, M. H. Madge, L. P. Law rence, J. Moole, and G. Crane, and the secretary, Mr. A. Fance. The report showed the number of applications for relief, during the month of Feb ruary to h«o been — New applications, 4; respplicstions. 134; applications for meals, beds, kc, 11 — making a total of 149; declined, 8; total relieved, 143. The finan cial statement flbiwed income for the month £20 10b. 2d., and expenditure £37 13s. id., leaving a small credit balance with the amount brought for ward of £14 03. 9d. It was noticed with regret that there was a considerable falling off of sub Kriptions of late, partly owing to the disturbing influence! in bimnew circles and to the loss of Talced friendj by -death. The committee regrette...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
I -4re You ?I 1 Listening? I \ It Concerns AH_^ g | . In correcting and pro- 1 . ? S venting the ill effects 6f §p j. unwholesome water no fi ! other medicinal beverage H i possesses such peculiar M I virtues -?as ? F\ WaLFE^S I SCHNAPPS I Iln Rheamatisn^ Gravel ft and cases of Qtstruitiun M in the Kidneys and 9 BlaHdo1 — its effects are 1 prompt and decided. ? Acknuwf -«»d W* th» Mwllcal ?
CERMAN CHURCHES AND THE METHODIST CONFERENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
GKintAX OHUIICHES ? AXD THE JlETJiODlST OONi'KHEXCE. To the Editor. Sir — According to Mr. T. A. CogMan, tho number of Lutherans in South Australia is 2ti,(iOO fcss 50. 1 Lave seen many of their cliuruhcA an-l have been led. to- ask what will become of them. Il they -were in Ger many 1 should regard them as permanent institutions;' but they are in Australia, and not in Germany, and for 'that reason 1 liunlly think they will last. What set me thinUinjr, upon this subject was the remark of a'Uerman pa.stor, made to me iaconversa iioni .'lie said' that to keep his hold upoa the young people— i.e., those born in South Australia— 4ie had to conduct que of his two Sunday services in tire JingMsli language. 'That,' I tliou^ht, ''is the- beginning of tile end.'' If this practice b-it'omes general — and is it not likely to do so as the adult Ger mans disappear?— what reason, remains for their continuance? Now I have thought— and- the idea lias excited ? considerable in terest in the Germans ...
WANTED—A DENTAL ACT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
WANTED— A DENTAL 'ACT. To tire Editor. ?Sir— The letter on this subject signed by four 'D.D.S.'s and oneL.D.S.- seeni9 'puzz- ling, as it is so hard to separate the quali fied from the unaunKfied. Some months ago we read in your paper that the D,D.S degree was not recognised in England, where presumably men who call themselves doctors stand on the same footing as. an ordinary unqualified dentist. I should judge a mun's qualifications hy the time he has been in practice, and the size of that practice after conducting it for a number of years, which speaks for itself. It is hard that inen euch as your oorrespondenits .should try to make the public believe that they are the leaders of the dental profes sion in South Australia. A Dental Act is needed in Adelaide, and it is better for any man to call himself a plain dentist than to flash before the eye a decree which is said to confer no status in England or (I am led to believe) in Victoria.. I am, Sir, &c, ONE WHO HAg BEEN MISL...
NEW MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
NEW MUSIC. Messrs. A. M. Heller & Co., of London, have sent us a number of their latest publi cations for the pianoforte. No. 1 of three duets is a sprightly lit lie 'Alia Marcia,'' trom tlie pen ol Walter .1. Jjockitt. Ita principal themes are appropriately vigor ous and melodious, and the parts are well laid out for the four hands. Only a small amount of technical skill is required fonito adequate interpretation, and it is in keeping with present-day taste for fliort pieces. Mr. Lockitt lias nr.ule liis march of brief dimensions. 'Mr. Walter Macfarrcn's 'First ininuetto' reveals a melodious and grace fully written piece of miMic, with quite iui old-world flavour. Ks various sections arc well contrasted, aiul as it 13 easy to play it should meet with favour at the hands of the numerous amateur' pianists who have an affectionate regard for the stately dance forms of years ago. As its title indicate.?, 'A dirge,' by Amy Troubridge, is a some what mournful piece of writing. It...
SAVED FROM THE JAWS OF DEATH. A BILE BEAN MIRAGLE. SKILLED PHYSICIANS BAFFLED. PATENT MEDICINES UTTERLY FAILED. CASE CORROBORATED BY JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, FRIENDS, AND NEIGHBOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
SAVED FROM' 'THE JAWS OF DEATH, A BILE BEAN MIRACLE. SKILLED . PHYSICIANS BAFFLED. -' PATENT MEDICINES UTTERLY . FAILED. CASE CORROBORATED BY JUSTICES . OF THE PEACE. FRIENDS, AND NEIGHBOURS. .It is safe to say that no testimonial nas over been printed' in any paper in Australia or England which gives such convincing proof of a marvellous cure being effected bv a remedy as the one we publish from Mrs] Mai™ \\eekes, of Springfield, lui gowra, N.S.W. That lady has been lite rally rescued from the jaws of death by Bile Beans for Biliousness, and the follow, ing Ls the particulars of her case. Mrs. Weekeft says:— 'About 30 years ago I first commenced In suffer with, indigestion. After eating 1 had terrible pains in my chest like a heavy weight pressing down, accompanied with fullness after eating. I. began to gtt ? pains in tlie back and sidej. which were almost unbearable, and burst ing headaches would follow. I tried many remedies for these complaints, but nonu of them did me any good...
KITCHENER AND DE WET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
KITCHENER AND -DE WET. Ivo onea stranger to the Boer 'country dan conceive haw it lends itself to guer illa warfare (tays the 'World's Work,' an American magazine). It took a good part oi our iiuie American regular army and a fair number of Mexican troops two years, more or less, to finish off 'the Kid's' band of Apwhes, and during this time the chief crossed the Rio Grande a\ half-score of times. Part of the niidtTs' land in South Africa is- like Texas, New Mexico, and Ari zona. The length of time the ?irreconeil- r.bles can remain in the Held depends upon their supplies of ammunition and food, mul tiplied by their capacity for not being cor nered. In the meantime the colony is wait ing breathless, and on it is settled one ot Kitchener's cold grey eyes. English and Dutch are waiting to see what h'i will do. His plans have liardly yet been fairly tried. Reconciliation enters into tliem, but person ally he has no charm of manner that at tracts others to him. He docs not rely upon pro...
TO-DAY'S DIARY. Thursday, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
TO-DAY'S DIARY. Thursday, March 14. Sun rises CIO a.m.; sets B.36 p.m. Moon rises 11.55 p.m.; seta 1.51 p.m. Semaphore— High water 7.15 a.m. ; low, 1.13 p.m. 9-5.— Frome road— Zoological Gardens. 7.30.— X.A. Baptist Cb.— Farewell to Kev. E. II. Ellis. 7.45.— Victoria Hall— Musical and dramatic enter tainment. 6.— Henley Bcadi— Fulliam Football Club. 8.— Unley Town Hall-Sturt Football Club. 3.— North Adelaide— Sir h. Bonython's committee. 8.— Norwood— Mr. Kingston addresses electors. 8.15.— Larga Pier Hotel— Yacht Squadron. 8.— Tivoli Theatre— Vaudeville entertainment. 8.— Theatre Iioyal— 'Tannhauser.'
THE VENTILATION OF MINES. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
THE VENTILATION'OF MINES. - *? MELBOURNE. March 13.' ' The Minister of Mines ''hae written to se veral mining companies in which the ven tilation is fad, calling upon tie manage ment to comply with the requirements of the Alines Act and supply air at the rat* of 100 cubic feet per man per minute. Recent investigation of the mines by the Government Metallurgist showed tliat in several the air in the face of -tilie workings was very bad. The Minister leaves it to the discretion of the companies to decide on the method of ventilation, but if in a month's time no improvement is effected he will take steps to secure compliance with, the law. This will probably mean the clos ing down of some mines.
RATS IN A FRUIT SHOP. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
RATS IN A FRUIT SHOP. MELBOURNE,.March 13. An instance of the perfunctory manner in which the city council inspectors dis charge their duties was brought under the notice of the board of public health to-day, when Constable Burmird reported that while on night beat he had noticed enor mous rate in the window of a certain fruit shop in Swanston street. Early this morn ing he counted 11 rats in the window at one time, eating and playing over the fruit. The report has been forwarded to the city council. -
MURDER AND SUICIDE. SYDNEY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
MURDER AND SUICIDE. SYDNEY, March 13. Intormation reached Uic police to-night that a woman and her child had been found drowned at Balmoral Heach. The water police, on making enquiries, found that a young unmarried woman naa Dcen discover ed dead with a child two years of age in 2 ft. of water. The child had to-day been taken away by the mother from a woman with whom it had been boarded out. The de ceased informed a little (girl whom she met on the beach of her intention to drown herself and her child. The local policeman was told of what she had said, and went to the beach, but was too late to prevent mur der and suicide from being committed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
CONCENTRATED LEMON _SQUASH. Ask for FELTOE'3 LEMON SQUASH, (and see that you get it. :. It is a Pure Concentration ot the Lemon— a beau, tiful drink. *^ n38thcv , E. MALPAS, Aeent. GOLD BAR 6d., ^SBS^ AND 1/8 TOT. OOZU0751X.X. & Co., SOLE AGENTS. . ADELAIDE. n54thsc Bit amnged to cany on his Business at the ADELAIDE PHOTO CO.'S PREMISES during the Rebuilding of his Studio. Customers wishing to be, taken by Mr. Duryei himself will kindly make appoiotiDents. (OPPOSITE JOHN MABTTN k CO.)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
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ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901
.VDKL.Vini: l'RODL'f'E MARK1X .Measrs. W. Tltjcr i- Co. report on M'arcii 13:— Prices of butter still continue high, and with valu^ in the eastern State also advancing it looks as ii we are lo t.ice extreme values for a week or to. Prime factory to-djy realized 1/5 to 1,7 per 1b. ; choice neparator anil heft dairy makes, from 14 to 1 iU; utht-r grades, from li.lil. to 1.-2. Good bit^inej-i ci.ntinues to lie done in eggs at lOJd. for inv-h Lei:; duck, lid. Brisk demand in bacon ab torljs evi-iythinir coming to hand at 7UI. or 7j'il. for choice medium weight sides; heavy one at 7d. ; hum?, Sl. or ild.; lard, 3d. to lid. Cheese values an: ltiKhanged at U\d. or 7Ad. all choice lines; midium guide?, lljil. Honey is in better demand and selling wrll al 2d. for Clear extracted; bees wax, I !; almond.-, 4'd. and 3d.; kernels, 4^d. I'l.ttltri-.— IVime yuung 'roosters sell well at 1/0 and 1 HI; ir.wl mixed pens. 1- to 1 S; dmfe, l.G to 1 !?: pre.-e, i r, to :! ; tnrkevs, 4'.d. to 5'.d.; per l...