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LICENCED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

LICENCED VICTUALLERS' ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting' of the Licensed Vic tuallers' Association was held at the Im perial Hotel on Wednesday evening. The president. Mr. J. Lord, presided over a good attendance. The report presented by the committee Etated, inter alia:— We have again received numerous complaints of fly grog-selling, and the Flops taken hy the execu tive in Fupplyinj; the police authorities willi in formation has led to convictions being obtained. Members knowing the existence of this illegal . traffic should not hesitate to acquaint the sccrc- ' tary, as the Commissioner of l'oliee is always j willing to jQgin us in the. endeavour tn deal with , offenders. So long us hotels arc uonipulsorily ? closed oh Sundays _eo shall we have bogus drink- 1 ing clubs in our midst, and an attempt is shortly to be made to obtain limited Sunday opening, as well as for greater restrictions' to be placed on the present very liberal manner in which the clubs are allowed to trade. A new...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. R. CALDWELL, M.P. AT UNLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

MR. R.CALDWELL. M.P./-AT UNLEY. .Mr'. R. Oaldwdl, M.P., a candidate' for the Federal House of Representatives, ad dressing a representative meeting of ladies and townsmen at' the Unley Town HalL cal led by requisition of the ratepayera, said be roust compliment the good people of Unley for 'the intelligence they had shown in giving the candidates an opportunity of addressing them. Such opportunities ought to be given bv the electors, and not by the candidates. They were the first peopje in the present campaign who had appreciated their duties in inviting the candidates to address Dhem. In the interests of true de mocracy he hoped the good example would be followed by other communities, if not in the present campaign, in future ones. They wanted to know something about the men who were to represent them. So far os his fitness for thn position of a member of the Federal Hoiise of Representatives was concerned he might say that he was never -anxious to go into , polities, but. it was p...

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LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

LONDON QUOTATIONS. Messrs. Clarke & Co., Universal Buildings, Gren fell street, have handed us the following:— London, March 12. Associated?— 50,'. Associated Northern Blocks— 49/4J, seller. Chaffers— 5/0. buyer. Cosmopolitans— 2J/S. Golden Horseshoe— £10 2/0. Great Boulder— 23/. Great Boulder Perseverance— £i. Great King-alls- JMi IB/::, seller. Hann:ui's Hrownhiil— 73/U, seller. . h-anhoe-.es 2/0. biku View Consols— £7 10/3. Kons of Gwalia— 48/9. Chilliigoes— 28/0.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS COOLGRADIE, March 13 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN TBLEGRAilS C0O1X1ARDIE. March 13 The February return of Uayley's United Mine u 010 oz. from 2,H8 tons, including the yield irom i)i'ni. utnnn i- ' fit ill iieine raised from the- sensa- tional strike made in Bayley's on Friday. No offi cial information of the quantity obtained has been given, but men have been engaged bajrging ever sir.ee the find was made, and it is said that the itone contains over 3,000 or., of gold. PERTH, March 13. The Lady Shcnton Mine at Menzies cnehed during the pionth ended March 2 1,200 tors for 1,000 on. cf smelted gold; tailings assay 3 dwt. 19 gr.; cyanided from old tailings, 800 tons 6and3 aud 691 tons slimes, for 510 oz. i. TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. Associated Northern Blocks.— No. 1 Winze— No. 3 shaft in the bottom ol wlntc 200 ft. deep; rich Sliding Rock.— March 13 :-Crosscut 75 ft; last eight ft. development most satisfactory; more grey ore and. malleable visible; more wster making.

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SIR HENRY COLVILES DISMISSAL. London, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

SIR HENRY COLVILFS DISMISSAL. London. March 12. The friends of Mjr.-Gen. Sir Henry Edward Colvile are being widely blamed for having raised the debate in the House of Commons in connection with Lord Roberts's censure of the general, and thus establishing the charge that he had shown himself in competent to lead a division in South Africa. It transpires that Field-Marshal Lord Wolseley reinstated Sir H. E. Colvile to the command of the infantry bri gade at Gibraltar without the know ledge of Earl Roberts, then Comman der-in-Chief in South Africa. London, March IU. The House of Commons yesterday, by 202 votes to 14S, refused to grant a judicial enquiry into the reasons why Sir Henry Colvile was called upon to resign his position in the army, and the charges of incompetence which he has made against Lord Roberts's staff.

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THE PLAGUE OUTBREAK. DR. BORTHWICK'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE PLAGUE OUTBREAK. UK. HORTHWICK'S RBPOKT. Jhc fallowing report, by Dr. T. Borthwick, mcilicnl officer ot health, with reference to the case of plague at Port .Adelaide, ivas raid at the meeting of the Adelaide Local iwnru oi Health on .Monday:— I have the honour hi report that a case of bu tionic plauue has occurred at l'ort Adelaide (iur 'iig tin- la.-t fortnight. I was c-alled in by the I'nrt Adelaide Local Hoard of H.-alth to assist ;n tlic diagnosis by makimr a bacteriological ex amination. This examination coiirirmiil by inoe . illation experiment prwil ihi- i-ase to be pla-iie. At lii.v ruiuost, Hi' f!,i,i SecreUry asked JJr. (ji-A-sun, wlm is prim.ipal civil nr.-dic-jl otScc-r of iion-kiinp. and an universally rei-ogniswl autho : ity in plagih: (and who is' at jiruscni in this ??fi:o.i i.- vfrtiy my work. This h.- .liJ. and hi Mai ir.arto an imlepv-atlKiii examinalion. xviili the ?-.iiu.- n=;:l!j thai 1 liutt olnaint-d. It will he ..!in;r.l.'i:-il that a -«*? of plagin; oc...

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THE ADELAIDE HIDE, SKIN, AND TALLOW MARKET REPORT.—March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE ADKI.UKK HIDE. fcKlX. AND TALLOW MAKKCT HKl'ORT.— March 1:!. Hides (salted). — This week prices for good, sound, clean, wi-ll-ll:iy,d hides were vcrv firm, ratiging frum 4|d. to 4-d. |K-r Il-.; yearlings, SJil. lo ;;?](!. per Hi.; calfskins tree Irom cms, Sd. per II). ; lioM;liidcs, 5/ lo .s- each, according to size. Sheepskins- (dry).— Best sound merino pelts are selling at 3id. to -Hd. per II.., and disty woolled I)elts. S.!-!. to Id. |ht Ih.; crossbrwl pelts, ad. to .ijd. per Hi.; lambskins, Sd. to Alii, per lb. Iftiatskins from 10/ to 20/ ')er dozen, according to sue. Italibit-skins.-Bcst bucks. 7!d. per lb.; light pelted skins, i!:|d. per lb.; does, ;W. per Vl-.; half grown, IJtl. to 5d. per Iti.; skins with heads on, 5.1. per Hi.; hareskins, lid. |-er Hi. lipoanim-skin?.— Nominal values, 2'ii to 4/ per dozen. Wallaby-skins (dry).—]/ to ;',/ per dozen; from Kangaroo island, salted, 15/ to in, per dozen for prisiur large skins, and li.' to 12/ for medium sizes, but small one...

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CLOSING QUOTATIONS AND RANGE OF SALES. From 9.30 a.m. On 3.30 p.m. Gold. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

CLOSING QUOTATIONS A XI) RANGE OK SALES. liiiin \-.su a.m. till o.'uU p.m. Crfild. Western Australian Stocks. A.-.-iociatcd ('.'.)— li. 5U/3, S. */U, sales 50/6. ? i\£itiCiaitil ^Northern— ti. l:i/, fa. W/lii si'is 19/U, ^'^.'U) j-j.', i;i/.i, l;i/. Bank of Knglanu— 11. 2;0, S. 3/. Haya-y's LnitcU— li. ;i (i, S. :f;!t, Siiles 3.U. Ith'.cli li')-IS. K/:i, S. S;10, siles 2; 10. Uonnie Charlie ipaid)— IS. 1,3. llcnnic (.'harliu (cull.)— H. £d., S. lOd. Itiiulticr Consols No. 1-Saks Si., S:d. KOuiilei Halt-mile Sitith— I!. 1/4, S. 1,3, sales 1/1. JJimidcr North Kxti-miiii— S. Ida. lirvuiiiiian's Houldir (CJ— li. 3/7,'S. 3/n, «iies3/o. lirowniiill i:entrai— «. ^,'ld, ij. 2/11, salcd 2/lu. Hrownliill .luiieiion— If. :i}d., S. 1U. Cros-.-us l'rcpiietarj— S. ];;i. Chancr'.T-li. 3/:{, !j. fl.'a. Cumberland (eon., call piud 3d.)— B. 1,, S. 1/3. Gulden (^uccu— Sales ]-,'d. Golden Jione (call, paid 3d.)— B. id., S. 5d. Uiral Houlder— U. 23/0, S. 23/7.1, sales 21/', 2D/0, 23/1(1!, 2.«/t'. (ireat...

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NORTH-WESTERN CLUB RACES. PORT PIRIE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

NORTH-WESTERX CLUB KACES. ' PORT PIRIE. Slarch 13. The autumn meeting of the North-western Jockey Club was held to-day in favourable cir cumstances. Tlie attendance was fairly good, and the contests were interesting Svmnathv won the hurdle race; Pastilc- the trials: Common the handicap; Chester the trot; English Ivy the Hy ing handicap; and Harold the bracelet. Restless was after the running for the' Autumn Handicap disqualified for six months. Shavings came in first in the trot, but was disqualified for galloping. Nellie was winning the trot, but in the straight, through a stirrup breaking, the rider fell off, and lost his chance.

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OPINION OF A WELL-KNOWN NURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

OPINION OF A WELLrICSTOfl-y NURSE. [By a Lady Reporter.] Miss Tibbits's word oa all connected with nursing has undoubted weight in Adelaide; and, as she was for some time nurse in one of the best-known maternity Jibspttals in Loimon, iier opinion upon the necessity for »nd the woriung of such a home seem ed wortli having. 'Uo you thinK the home is needed?'' '.Most decidedly, I do. Xo city should be without a maternity home. It I were not ju^t going to England nothing would have pleased me. more: than to serve on a cotiHiittee, ami help in every wny I could, it should lie pavtieularly helpful to women from tlie country— from up north, wneie they have lest so much through bad seasons —living miles away iroin a tioc-tor, p^rnaps with no near neighbours,. and witn no good nurse in the neighbourhood; tlieir only chance is to come d-i town. Jiui they cannot aitord much when they do come, it would be the greatest boon* to them to have a place where they could be sure of the best attention ...

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S.A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

S.AJ.C. AUTUaIN ^lEEl'LNG. The following are full, particulars of tlie Mel bourne entries for the leading events of the S.A..I.C. Autumn' Meeting:— GOODWOOD HANDICAP. Threc-qiiaitris of a mile. -Sir. Ugpqr.t Clarke's. c,c. Miltiadcs. 3 yrs. Sir. lfuprrl Clarke's b. or br.f. Fairyland, 3 yrs. -Mr, R.. l,-hi|.lips's br.g. Australian, S yrs. Mr. R. I'hillips's br.|?. First Mate, aged. Wr. C: Jrclilchlan's br.m. Lyddite. 4 yrs. Mr. W. Forrester'!- p.ir. The Watchdotr, 5. yrs. Mr. F. McNamara's b.p. Andorra, :t yr*. Mrs. II. Morrison's br.m. Songbird, 4 yrs. Air. R. II. C. Down's b.g. Bolanos, I yrs. Mr. R. II. C. Down's b.i-. Commander, 3 yrs. -Mr. .1. Turnbull's br.c. Finland. 3 yrs. Mr. .1. l'owcn's cf. Fides, 3 vis. Mr. G. Burgess's c.h. Fortune Teller, aged. Mr. T. P.iyten's br.g. Speculation, aged. Mr. J. Crozier's br.g. Cicero, 5 yrf. ^ Mr. .1. IX Brewer's e.g. So Long, 0 yrs. Mr. .1. E. Brewer's b.m. Wairiri, 4 yrs. Mr.- H. Evans's.h.m. Safety, 5 vis. Mr. M. P. Whitty's b.g. Old ...

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THE DUKE OF YORK'S TOUR. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

THE DUKE OF YORK'S TOUR. London, March 13. 'King Edward yesterday invested the Heir Apparent with the Order' of the Grand Cross of St Michael and St George.' ' ? ? ' ' ' ' ' j ; Colonel J. J. Byron, of the Queens- 1 land artillery, has been gazetted an ex tra aide-de-camp to the Duke of York during the royal visit to Australasia.

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

ADELAIDE RAILWAY STATION. To the Editor. Sir— Tlie travelling public are apparently indifferent to their own convenience inas much as they do not make some stir against the action of the authorities in seek ing to cut off the means of ingress and egress to and from North terrace imme diately at the head of the assembly plat form -at the Adelaide Railway. Station. By each train that arrives few passengers leave tiie station by way of the city baths, pre ferring the n:o=t direct method of outlet from the asembly platform. Perhaps the public are uu ignorance that this outlet is to be closed shortly, and that they will hive in its nlaoe an angular opening from tllie north side of the new ticket office, as has, been shown in the 'plan you some time since reproduced.. I unhesitatingly aver that almost' all the passengers leaving the Adelaide Station go out by the open ing io which £ ha*-e referred. Not only do the authorities not- consult the interests and convenience of the - people, but...

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CONINGHAM DIVORCE CASE. SENSATIONAL EVIDENCE BY RESPONDENT. TELEPHONE WHISPERS. SYDNEY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

C0NINGHAM DIVORCE CASE. SFASATIONAL EVIDENCE UY RESPONDENT. ' TELEPHONE WHISPERS. SYDNEY, March 13.' Ihe . hearing ? of the UoniDRhara divorce case was continued' to-day'. Petitioner re sumed the examination, of respondent, who stated that she did not know who the Alabel was' referred to in- connection with the letter*. She did not understand the registered letter containing £3 which she received when staying at Miller's. She left the money on the chest of drawers, and at 10 o'clock that night she became uncon scious. Tire letters' were missing. She did not know where they were. Miller saic he did not know. Miller was to be sold off. The day before tlie sale he came to the city. Wton he returned he appeared very Hush of money, and stopped the sale. Respondent said that she treated the let ter containing three pounds as a joke, and told every one iu the house that the letter contained three £l-notes. Miller askef her if she had received the letters, and if they- were from Ooningham. ...

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THE REVENUE TARIFF SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

TEE REVENUE TARIFF SCHEME. A letter from Jlr. Deakin appears in the Melbourne 'Argus' warmly .and absolutely repudiating the statement made in the Syd ney 'Dailv TeleeraDh' that h-- 'manufac- tured' a speech for Sir William McMillan, and then replied, to it. Mr. Deakin in his letter miote.s from a report in the Sydney 'Daily Telegraph' of February 26 as justi fying his statement to the very letter. On referring to that report (says the 'Argus') we Iind it to be a statement of what Sir William McMillan considers the freetrade policy ought to be if there were no Braddon section in existence. Sir William McMillan goes on in this speech to say: — 'Under the Braddon clause it is impossible to carry out the freetwde policy.' Mr. Deakin must have overlooked these words. Nor can he have read the subsequent speech, to which the 'Daily Telegraph' refers, in which Sir William McMillan says: — 'I propose to say how we must as freetraders meet the posi tion created by the Braddon blot.' In this ...

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NOTES AND QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

NOTES AND QUERIES. Anli-Opiumite suggests the analysis of 1 cwt. of. the packets of cig.irct.tcs Avh.ir.lv arc imported with the. idea of ascertaining whether they contain opium. 'A. x. Z. — As the house is rented in your name, and the furniture belongs to you, your husband's .creditors cannot put in a bailiff and distrain on the goods. You must interplead, but do so at once. 'J). F. M.'/'iJJowderi-on-thtjIlill, compli ments the Hindmarsh Corporation upon the improvements actual ahd'contcmplatcd in Park street, and points out that in thu suburb there is neither a pillar-port nor a gaslamp. ? He' suggests 1 that these might be placed at Cr. Ellis's corner, where ''thc; jamp would save many a hapless tumble into the open drain Opposite, which is a source of danger both to cyclists and pedes trians.' From 'An Unsuccessful Applicant':— 'I believe that the census collectors arc uu der a penalty of £5 if they do not complete the distributing of the papers by March .31.. The ? names of suc...

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

AUCTIONS ( A BSTRACT OF SALES BY ACCTIOX '/i. THIS DAY. T. Bruce & Co.— At Unity, at eleven— Furniture. C. G. Gurr & Co.— At their Juirt, at twelve— Bi- cwles; at half-past two— Furniture. jjohnaon & Co.— At Uindley street, at eleven— Fur- niture of Restaurant. THIS DAY, Thursday, At 12 o'clock. AT OUR ROOMS,, GRENl'ELL STREET. 12 BICYCLES 12 a a Gurr & Co. will sell as above THIS DAY, Thursday, Ac 2.3U o'clock. 5 AT OCR ROOMS, GRENFELL STREET. QUANTITY OF SECONDHAND HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, &c, &c C. G. Gu7r & Co. will sell, as above— .Brass-mounted ButlstraiU, Wire Mattresses ami Bedding, Single Bedrtradd and Betiding, 1 Stretcher*, Oilcloth. Wire Couches and Cushions, Sprinc-a-ated Couches, Bentwood and other' Chairs, Cedar Bookshelves, MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, Curtains, . Chest* of Drawers, Duchess Pairs, Marble top Washsund, Toilet Sets, K.l\ Ware, Crockery, &c, to;. Also, 'KITCHEN DRESSER, Mcatsafes. Kitche...

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SACRILEGIOUS BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

' SACRILEGIOUS BURGLARY. ?We are informed .that the vestry of St. Ignatius' Church, Norwood, was burgla riously entered on Tuesday night. The safe was carried to an adioinine Daddock. where itywas broken open. - Six chalices, four ?were solid1 silver, four bottles of oil, and the silver vessel used in sprinkling, toge ther with the almsbox, were stolen. To-day's issue of 'The Register' com prises ten pages. ' - ? The Eleetra, a smart little oil-launch, probably the smallest steam craft which has ever made the passage from Melbourne to Adelaide, passed the Semaphore on Tues. day, night, and went up the Port River. She is the property of Mr. Cheek, of Jiast Adelaide,' who sailed her around from Mel bourne. The itiny craft left Melbourne at 9.30 a.m. on March. 2, and reached Sorrento at 3 p.m. on the same day. There she was weatherbound for three days. On the Gth, at' 7.30 a.m., she steamed away from Sor rento, and after a' rough passage arrived at Beachport at 4 p.m. on March 8. There...

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CAU GHT IN A CHAFFCUTTER. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

CAUGHT IN A CHAFFCUTTER.   MELBOURNE, March 13. A horrible accident occurred to-day to Mr. Duncan McPherson, a young farmer, whilst working a chaffcutting plant on his farm, situated two miles from Mere- dith. The toe of his boot caught an the cog- wheels, and before the machinery could be stopped his leg was terribly mutilated. He was brought into Geelong by the evening train, and admitted to the hospital, where he is found to bb in a low state from the shock to his system. It is feared that am- putation of the leg will be necessary.

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CORONERS' INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

CORONERS' INQUEST. 'The acting city coroner, Mr. G. H. Ayliffe, con   ducted an enquiry at Ford's Royal Arms Hotel, Port Adelaide, on Wednesday morning into the circumstances attending the death of Andrew Neil- son, who was run over by a train at Woodville on Monday evening. Mr. McArthur, traffic superin- tendent, and Mr. Wheelhouse, , loc0. superinten- dent, watched the proceedings on behalf of the Railways Department. Martha Neilson said her late husband was 62 years of age. She last saw him alive on Friday morning, when, he went in search of a foal in the direction of Woodville. He took with him a flagon of water. Since the previous Tuesday he had been sleeping in a hut in one of his paddocks, about ten minutes walk from the house. About 16 years ago deceased had a fall from a trolly, whereby he sustained injuries to his head. This only affected him when he drank heavily. He had not drunk heavily for the past three years. Thomas Bailey, enginedriver, was driving the ...

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