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

TEMPERANCE. Sons of Temperance.— Tlie annual meeting rf the' South Australian Grand Division of Sons of Temperance was held in the Itechabitc Hall. Grote street, on Tuesday, March 12. The grand worthy patriarch (Brother K. A. Whitaker) open ed the meeting with the usual ceremonies, and Ihn following officers answered to their names:— G.W.P. Brother E. A. Whitaker, W.A. Brother T. A. Moore, G.S. and G.T. Brother Lapidgc, Conduc tor Brother T. G. Storer, P.G.W.P. Brother K. J. Uoyce. The following representatives were pre sent: — Pioneer division. Brother ,f. Hosking; Metropolitan, Brother It. Clark, P.G.W.P., and \V. E. Chase; Adelaide, Brothers E. R. Alcock, J. II. Hubbard, P.G.W.P.. and .1. Anwis. P.G.W.P.; Anchor of Hope, Brothers A. W. Howard and Genrp1; Norwood, Brother .1. D. Stephen, P.G.W.P.: Light of the Hast. Brother Joseph Uichardson. P.W.P.. T. II. Winton, and SisUr Rogers; Perseverance.- Hrother E. II. Coombe; Hose of Adelaide, Sisters Webb and Pcppcrcll, and Brother .1....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SOUTHERN RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE SOUTHERN RACiE irEETTNG. The following are the weights for the Southern Race Meeting- to be held at Strathalbyn, March 30.: HANDICAP HURDLES. About one and three-quarters miles.. st. lb. st lb. Tlie Stag .... 10 12 E«ri ? 95 ?lack ? ao 0 Albury King ..03 Royalty ? io 2 Salem Scudder ..93 Scutum ? a 12 i Emilcne ? 0 0 Culvert ? 9 7 1 Prairie Flower . . S.I Report ? 9 7 1 Westray ? 9 0 TRIAL STAKES. Special weights. About six furlongs. Guess Again .... S 2 Warwick ? 80 Cascade ? S 2 Rosalind ? - 7 11 Allegiance ....82 Algebra . . . . . 7 11 Raven ? s 0 Lady Lyon .... 7 11 Westray ..... 80 Tennyson'. .... 79 Simple Jimmy ..SO Antilles . . . . . .611 SOUTHERN CUP. About one and a quarter miles. Day Dawn .... 9 01 Piahoagc ..... 7 11 Mompa ? S 32 Print-ess Louise . . 7 11 The Bird ..... 8 12 Culvert . . .- . ; 710 Martagon .... 8 10 I Dearix . . ..75 Curt. Mantel ... S 5 1 Kcri . ..??', . .7 0 Cuba ...... 8 3 I Charon ? 7,0 Light Joy (late I Algebra ? fi 10 Feu de Joi) . . 8 0 I Poll...

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THE ONKAPARINGA MEETING THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE ONKAPAKINGA MEETING. THK WV.Ittl-ITS. The following are the weights for the race meeting to be held at Onkaparinga on April 8:— HANDICAP HURDLE KACE. About two miles. st.fti. 6t.lb. Loch Kad .... 12 1U Tlie Stag .... U II Bethnal ..... 12 7 The Bishop ....«» Soult ? 12 a British Peer . ..!)!) Fairiight ? 11 12 Vigil ...... U 8 Tagus ......'. 11 1-2 'lim Whitller .... U S Cynic ? 11 10 Itcindeer ? U 7 Carbonate .... 11 5 Kingston ? 'J 7 Clondalkin .... 11 u |Jlompa ? U 7, Kbb ? 11 2 Jack ? U 5, Kadladecn .... 11 I) Light Joy (late Kawdoii . . .-?! .11 0 m Keu de .loi) ..95 Garter ? 10 8 The Sheik- .... U 1 \ictor ...... 10 7 Phantom .- ? U 4 Inquirer ? 10 7 Kase ? U 2 KUiamcy . . ; . . 10 7 The Boer ? !l 2 Cintra ...... 10 6 Albury King .... '.) 2 Leiroo ? 10 5 Prairie l-'lower ... V 0 Barton ? 10 4 Corral ? 9 (I Nalpa ? 10 S Culvert ....... !l 0 Dearfoot ? 10 3 Venture ...... 00 ilullaroo ? 10 2 j Scutum ? !) 0 Lohengrin (late Hornpipe ? 1) 0 Informer) .... 10 2 lleport ...... !...

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NARRAVOORTE RACES NARRACOORTE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

NARRACOORTE RACES. NARRACOORTE. March 13. The annual races to-day were favourcil with fine weather, and there was a large attendance. Fields were good, and the racing was interesting, espe cially the Hurdles and Flying Handicap. The mcciing was one 01 me ocfiL 11cm nerc lor some yews. Results: — . Trial Hurdles.— Mr. Turner's Bushboy, Jlr. Rj der's Albury King, Mr. Bradley's Planet. Three started. Dividend, £J. Narracoorte Handicap, one and n half miles. — Mr. Ryder's Light Joy, 8 St. 10 II..; Sir. Wheeler's Stockman. S si. 12 lb.: Mr.1 liarras.fs Dabchick, S si. Four started. Won casilv. Dividend, &l Vs. Trial Stakes.— Mr. Hanlon's Chance, Mr. Came ron's Mona, Mr. Haiti's Federate. Six started. Dividend. 10s. ' Hurdles, two miles.— Mr. Hayes's Bonnie Leslie, 10 st. !) lb.; Mr. Kilh-icr's Tim WhiHler, 9 st. 12 Ui.; Mr. Virgin's Dick the Devil, 10 st. Six siitrted. Dividend, £1 l.r«-- Bracelet Stakes.— Mr. .Murphy's Dabchick, Mr. Smith's Isis, Mr. Recce's Sheila. Six started....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHICAGO EXPLOSION. London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE CHICAGO EXPLOSION. London, March 12. The latest news from Chicago with reference to the boiler explosion in a factory in that city yesterday shows that the loss of life was not so srreat as was first reported. It was thought that at least 2S men and ?women met their death in the ruins, but the num ber killed is now stated to be IS. Those who were removed alive from the ruins are severely injured.

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

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. COOLGARDIE, March 13. Mr. W. J. Coehrane, laite town cterk of Coolgardie, -was, at the quarter sessions to day, tried on a charge of having embezzled certain municjpal moneys. Tlie jury re turned a verdict of not guilty. Mr. Cocii rane was freely congratulated. TTOUSEnOLDERS SHOULD POISON RATS. We are threatened with the Plaeue, and the first thinp to do in order to guard against this dreadful disease is to get rid of Rats. This can only be 'effectively done by using ' ' ' 'RIGHT FOR RATS.' Read the directions on each bottle. Sold by all Chemists. F. H. FAULDING & OO., n6Sc ' Wholesale Agents. SHARES SOLD AND BOUGHT MONEY LENT, AS1IER £ KING, «AKK of NEW ZEALAND CHAMBiOlS, PIBIE K

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THE KING'S CORONATION. London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE KING'S CORONATION. London, March 12. '.[BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received March 14, 2.45 a.m.']1 It is expected that the coronation of King Edward VII. will take place at Westminster Abbey in May or June, 1002.

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THE KINFAUNS CASTLE. London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE KINE/AUNS CASTLE. London. March 12. The Union Castle liner Kinfauns Cas tle, which went ashore at the Needles yesterday, has been success fully refloated.

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SUGAR IMPORTS. London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

SUGAR IMPORTS. London, March 12. Owing to the prevalence of the idea that the Chancellor of the Exchequer will levy a special tax upon bounty-fed beetroot sugars from the Continent, the sugar brokers are importing into England many thousands of tons of raw and crystallized beet sugar.

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VICTORIAN BORROWINGS. £3,000,000 WANTED. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

VICTORIAN BORROWINGS. £3,000,000 WANTED. London, March Y3. Sir Andrew Clarke, Agent-General for Victoria, is completing arrange ments for the issue this week of stock for a loan of £3.000.000. to carry inte rest at 3 per cent The minimum will probably be fixed at £93 10s., and the loan will be underwritten on the usual terms. London, March 33, 2.50 p.m. The Victorian loan stock will be is sued to-morrow. The price has been fixed at £1)3 10s.

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

1 MELBOURNE. March 13. The following scratehings were recorded to-day for the V.A.T.C. Kuces, to be held next (Saturday:— Rapid, for the' Ubiquc Stakes and South Yarra Handicap;' Ivohcii grib, for the Hurdle Kace; Allets, for the .Steeplechase j and Haven, for the Federal Stakes. - - Two jockeys. Thomas Woods andiSydncy Leslie, met with rather serious 'injuries through their respective mounts, Dictation and Enwonder, falling in the hurdle race at the Fitzrov pony races to-day. Hoth boys were taken to the Melbourne .Hos pital. Other horses also fell, but the riders were not seriously hurt. -

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

THE COUNTRY. MOUNT GAM BIER, March 12.--)u Saturday a fire svrept 10,000 acres of Mr. V. Davison's Jiranccpclh projierty, near the border, and destroyed also a few sheep and some lencing. 11 entered -»lr. dames Pick's property, and burned about 3,000 acres of grass and considerable fencing. Jn the afternoon it crossed the border, and Arts in the tiuibered country near tlie (ilenelg River in the evening, when it was extinguished by iircs. Last i.ight Mr. Davison's son, Mr. F. J!. Davison, who' manages the property for his father, wa% with another man, trying to remove it burning tree which hid fallen over n fence, when it fell on his right ankle and badly hurt it. A lire at Ardno, over the border, on .Saturday, burned a large quantity of grass and fen cing on the Ardno Hun and land belonging to several small graziers. — Mr. ,1. Tr Morri*, M.P., telegraphed to iliy stating that he this forenoon present ed lo tlie Posimastcr-Cieneral the petition from subscribers to the telephone excha...

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

V Weak Children A Sickly Child Made Strong.. Wo knoTr you will be greatly inter ested in this testimonial. It tells you how you can make your sickly child robust and hearty. Mrs. A. Lawrence, of Bowden, South Australia, sends us this picture of hei child, with the following letter: 'My child, now four years old, was always delicate, and medicine did him no good. A friend told mo to try - AVER'S Sarsaparilla I did so, and yon would have been astonished to notice the prompt change. All my friends say it was simply wonderful. Only four bottles made my weak .and sickly child strong and healthy. J want to urge all mothers who have delicate children to try this tomic.' Ayer's Pills are the best liver pills yon can bny. They cure constipation, lininmiw. Prepare* ky Br. J. C. Ayer Co., Lm!f. Mas.. U. S. A.

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Y.M.C.A. ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

V 'U r. A KXTF/RTATXArEXT. A splendid elocutionary and musical pro gramme has been arranged for Uie_ enter tainment to be held in tlie Victoria lYilC.A.) Hall to-night. Among other attractions Mr. Edward Reeves will recato 'The chariot race,' 'Hen llur' (Lew Wal lace/, and *'3lr. Monlpellier's recitation' (Turner) Miss Lucy Stevenson will sang 'Mv paradise' and 'Violets.' A number cf members of the Y.M.C.A., assisted by Mies 'A. Porter, will conclude with a re presentation of. the Senate Scene from 'Othello.'

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SNAZELLE AND "OUR NAVY." [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

SXAZELLK AXD 'OU11 NAVY.' The new entertainment which Mr. Sna zelle will introduce at the Theatre Royal on Saturday evening will be found to deal almost entirelv with 'animated naval sub ject?. Every phase of 'Our Navy' will be shown, and the pictures are declared to be free from flicker, faithful m every way, and the best of the kind seen in Australia. The entertainment consists of a series of mov ing pictures of Great Britain's navy, ob tained by Messrs. West & Son by permis sion of tlie Lord of the Admitalty. The 'handy man' has always possessed a soft spot in the public heart, and his life and adventures' are faithfully depicted by the views. Torpedo boats and naval wondcre are- flashed oh the canvas, and Jack is shown in all his variety of work and play. The steamer Turbinia is shown going atii miles an hotir, and the churning water and the. fluttering flag signalling the pate are Vividly depicted^' The pictures' have made a marked impression wherever they have, been pr...

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AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

AMUSEMENTS. rilEATRl': ROYAL. A large and enthusiastic audieucc attend ed the Theatre Koyal on Wednesday even ing, wlicn 'Miiritaua'' was played for the last, lime this season bv Mr. (J corse Miis grove's Gnind' Opera- Company. Lncorcs were the order of the evening, and all the principals received one or more of' the»e evidences of appreciation. Warm approval was also lavished on the 'chorus and or chestra, who weie, as usual, ably directed by Herr Sla|-offski. This evening the season, which lias lasted for 22 nights. -will conclude with a perform ance. of Wagners great music drama 'Tannhauser.' The booking is alreadj beayy, and there will probably he a large audience, for wheu ''Tannhauser' was play ed on Tuesday evening a large number of would-be auditors had to be refused ad mittance. Those interested in. music or the drama should on no account, miss the op portunity of seeing this one of tbp, 'most remarkable productions of its sort of tlie nineteenth century, as ? it may be man...

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

Undoubtedly the Best in tbe WopII. WHITtLAWS WALLPAPKRS, ANAQLYPTA, INTIRIOR DKCORATIONt, ART HANGINGS MAGNIFICENT^ COLLECTION at Adelaide 3howrooms, 7, King William-street. THOS. WHiTELAW & CO., LONDON, MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, ADELAIDE. B2it)hc Silver Star Starch. THE BEST IN THE WORLD.

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LIQUOR TRADE EMPLOYES' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

LIQUOR TBADE EMPLOYES' PICNIC The following arc the handicaps for above* picnic, lo be held on March 20:— - , ' Sheffield Handicap.— N'. C. Cljrk. 8 -ck; A. A. Walker;.'; W. A. Sugg, 10; C. R. ratterson. 131; A. Daly, A. G. IIclw, 16; J. B. Windsor, W. (!. Jones, 161; P. Cliampion, 17$; R. i!. Alderscy, J. P. McKenna, 18; W. Co»tcs,,J. E. Kelly W. I'cck ham, W. Bonficld/C. W.Mueggc; 1«. Novice Handicap.— A. G. Hcise, 10 yds.; J. B. Windsor, 10J; P. Cliampion, 11J; R. M. -.Atdcreoy/ J. 'P. HeKenna, 12; W. Coales, W. Peckhiim, 13; J. a Kelly, W. iJonBcld,-l-; C. W. Muegge, H. Hill, T. Rawelsks, 15; R. Boord, 1C - ' ' ? .- G. K. Clarkson, Handicapper.

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STOCKS AND SHARES. London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

STOCKS AND SHARES. London, March 12. Subjoined are the present quotations for the following stocks and shares: — KebT~28. iMch. 12. M'rem't. £ i. d. £ i. d. £ i. a. Union Btnk ..... 37 0 0 87 10 0 0 10 0* N. B»nk of K.Z. ... 3 10 0 3 10 0 - Blc N.Z.. 4 p.c. Stock 101 0 0101 0 0 = N.Z.L. & M.A. Co .. 92 0 0 82 0 0 = Uelb. Harbour Trust 102 0 0103 0 0 1 0 0' Melb. Tram Trust ... 105 10 0 105 10 o! = Uelb. Bd. Wks. Deb. .104 6 OUM 6 Oj = City Uel. 4 p.c. Deb. . 103 0 0103 0 0, = Bank of Auitralasia . 76 0 0 77 0 0 1 0 0' Bank of N.S. W. .... 43 0 0 43 0 0] - McCracken's Brewery j 4 p.c. debentures ? . 66 0 0 66 0 o! = * Increase, t Decrease. = Stationary.

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POLO IN NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

rOLO IN NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY. March 13. The Victorian polo team in New Zealand lias been defeated by the Orova team by 7 goals to o; ? ; ?

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