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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

SPECIAL NOTICE. Announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, not exceeding five lines, are inserted once each in 'The Register,' 'The Observer,' 'The Even ing Journal,' and Special Summary prepared for transmission to England for the single charge oi Half a Crown; extra lines txl. each. The name and address of the eender must in all cases be given. BIRTHS. HINKS. — On the 1st February, at 17, Charles street, Norwood, the wife of \V. A. I. Binks— a daughter. SMITH - On the 13th March, at Commercial Rd, Hyde Park, the wife of C. A. Smith— a son. MARRIAGES. HAY— McMAHON. — On the 2Slh January, at ihe residence of the bride's parents, Vvcntworth, iiy the Rev. Father Shore, David Francis, eliieai ym of Joseph Hay, of Adelaide, to Marv Catherin. iMay), p!iIi-s!. daughter of C. G. JIcMalion, oj t\cr 'worth, N.S.W. SILVER WEDDING. FORSAITH-MITCHELL.-On the 14th March, 1876, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. H. Cheetham, Joseph, third surviving son of the late Thos. For...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 14 March 1901

ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. The following are the acceptances for , the sports in connection with fct.' I'atncK's Day deinuusuu tion at the Adelaide O\-al on March lo:— Sheffield Uandicap.— N. CJ. C'larK, S yds.; A. A. Walker, U; \\. A. Sugg, 10; S. (J. Kouinson, la; W. K. Gil.bons, O. l«. Patiersou, and K Howe, ISA; 11. Laurisch and J. 11. Bollwoyer, 14J; \\. Jl. JUtcncil and !?'. 11. Jackson. 15; L. L. llill, U. Bruce. \V. Dowdy, and A. .Nottage, 15J; A. Daly, 10; J. B. Windsor, Ibi; S. «. Mumer, S. 11. Tay lor, G. Aslat, ana B. r'. Clupman, 1/; P. Cham pii-n, 17J; M- J. .Finch,, it ? M. Aidersey.A. W. Ciinncw, K. Hoach, \V. Sainsbury, J. P. JicKcnna, and T. Morcy, IS; W. Coalcs, F. Foale, 11. J. Clark, F. A. Turuill, A. K Kobbins. and G. Gre gory, 18.'.. . ? One-mile Bicycle Race.— First Heat— H. M. Aun ger, scr.; W. W. 1'carce, 35 ydaj 11. V. Lunn, SJ; si. Hutton, lvO; H. ^'iadrowski, 111); F. Maddcn'i, 125; \V. Ck)-A-ard, 130; 11. C. Bennett, 110. Second lle:.t— E. J. Mathias, 20...

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WOOD MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

WOOD MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the Adelaide and Subur ban Wood Merchants' Association was held at the Trades Hall on Thursday. March 14. . Tlie election of officers resulted:— President, Mr. J. Lowen; vice president, Mr. J. House; secretary, Mr. G. E. Dun can; treasurer, Mr. H. Blythe; auditors,- Messrs. J. Barber and W. Sutherland; committee, Messrs. G. Walklcy, A. Hewish, J. Trewin, W. Goodgamc, and J. Johnson.

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ST. PETER'S COLLEGE SWIMMING MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

ST. PETER'S COLLEGE SWIMMING ?:;? ? MATCHES. ^ ' St. Peters, Collie' annual swimming matches were held on Thursday afternoon at the City Baths. . There was a good at tendance of scliolars, and a fair muster of parents to sec their sons show their swim ming powers.- Tlie entries were numerous and the raos well contested. The Eev. H. Girdlestone and Mr. T. A. Caterer acted as judges, and Mr. C. Bastard as starter. Re sults: — ? ??? .?-??-..? : 'J '. . Open handicap, four 'lengt«5, P. M. Webb, F. Simpson; handicap, under 10, G. Reid, F. Fraser; junior champion, K. Gordon;. handicap under 16, K. Gordon, V. Fisher; ;long swim under water, J. Muirlnad (00 yds.)'; school champions, A. Ed wards, M. Sprbd; general natation, K. Gordon; neat dive, H. Scwell; :L. Toins; diving for eggs, K. Buchanan (U'cggs); old scholars, J. Pile, '? 11. Solomon. ?

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. March 17—23. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. March 17—23. Daja of tho I Sun. Moon. A-^'1 Yr.Mh. Wk. Rises' Set*. Risos. Seta. Tone.* a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. m. s. 76 17 8u. 6 17 6 32 ? 25 4 5 24 25 77 13 M. 6 13 6 30 3 31 4 45 21 8 73 19 Tiu 0 19 6 29 4 39 5 23 23 50 79 20 W. 6 20 6 23 5 48 0 2 23 34 80 21 Tit. 6 20 6 28 7 0 6 40 23 15 81 22 F. 8 21 6 24 S 11 7 23 22 67 82 23 S. I 6 22 6 23 9 22 8 6 22 39 * To get Standard Time. ASTRONOMICAL PHENOMENA. New Moou, March 20, at 10.23 p.m. On March 17 Mercury rises at 0.1 a.m., Venus rises at 5.22 a.m., Mars srts at 3.49 a.m., Jupiter rises at 0.15 i.m., and Saturn rises at 0.39 a.m. On March 21 the Sun enters Aries, and, autumn commences.

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METEOROLOGICAL—March 8—14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

METEOROLOGICAL.— March 8—14. 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: — Bar Temperature. Ra!n Date. 3 Therm 3 p.m. 0 Weather, p.m. M'xim. ilia a.m. Sun. Slid. FrL S 29.71 149.7, 9S.7 6L8 -W.li.fi.cl.ht. Sat. 929.50 14S.0 97.7 72.7 - S.W li., fine. Sun. ]0i»9.89:13:t0 70.S 001 0.07 SSW,l.,li.,v.p Hon. 11 2.1.9!) 1415 74.' 52.9 - S.W.,m.,fi.,v.p rues. U29.83;i37.S S4.-S CU.S — \YS\V,li,c!,fl,p. Wed. 13 20.80141.0 84. b'J.9 — 3.W.,li.,fi.,plt. riiur. 14 ;0.97 128.0 72.1 57.1 - S.S.E.,li.,fi.,pl. Memo. — The barometer is reduced and corrected to 32 deg. i'ahr.. but it is not reduced to sea level. The temperature and rainfall are for the 24 hours preceding the time of registration. The 'Weather Column' relates to the condition of the weather at the time of observation only.

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WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. l-'oreciist of probable weather from Thursday af ternoon till Friday night. Issued at 1.30 p.m. on Thursday. Snuth Australia.— Fine, cool, and generally cloudy, south-easterly (south to east) winds. Slight lo smooth sea. Victoria (supplied by Mr. P. Baracchi).— Fine and cool generally, but cloudy in south parts, with occasional showers on south-east coast 1 South and south-east winds, fresh on coast. Set slight to moderate. New South Wales (supplied by Mr. II. C. Rus sell). — Unsettled with thunder showers. Winds sit first warm and variable, but veering to cojl soutberlics. Western Australia (supplied by Mr. W. E. fookel.— Fine, warm weather for the present in south-west, west, and south districts, including tin! soldfields. Hot or sultry over the Murchisou iind trnpk-s, with scattered thunderstorms. The monsoonal low over the Territory and Gulf country of Queensland has brought light to heavy rains over those districts, and as the low maintains its I'...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

MAIL NOTICES. GREAT BRITAIN.— March 21— Via Suez, R.M.S. Austral, 11.15 a.m.; newspapers and registered letters, 1U.15 a.m.; late letters— G.r.u. 12.15 p.m., Adelaide Railway Station 12.30 p.m., Port Adelaide Kauwaj station yz.u p.m. unu=u aim loreign parcels iiost per the above steamer closes at (J.P.O. lu.lo a.m. (Mail due in LonUou Aiiiil 21.) Sp. March Hi— Via San Francisco, 3 p.m.; late fee, 3.30 p.m.; money orders to otatcs, ls.M pm bp. March lu— t nedrk-li aer Urosse, 11.15 a.m.' Sp. March 2:?- Via Marseilles, Austraiien, 1U.15 a.m. .MA-NiLiA, CHINA, and JAi'aN.— z\- March 24— :i p.m., Kasuga Mjiu, via Sidney. LAPK CULOXY anil XAl'AU-Jlarch l'J-Xine.ch, 3 p.m. via Melbourne. NfcW AUSl'itALiA a'arasuay). — iiurcu 21 — 3 P-»i., via New Zealand.' .NtU CALKUONIA.— March la —3 30 p.m.'; 10 ?S-uney, llidice per nrst oppor tunity: SAMOA and otber SOUTH sEA JSLAiNU:. —iui-cli IS— 3.30 p.m., to Sydney,' thence per tirst opportunity. FUl.-Uarch lb-3.30 p.m., to -vnney, thence per first...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. - ! DONALDSON, ANDREWS, & COMPANY ARE NOW OPENING OUT DAILY THEIR 3TIKSX SHIPMENTS OF AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS, AND ABE NOW MAKING A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF FRENCH and ENGLISH MILLINERY, FLOWERS and FEATHERS, and all the Latest Shapes in UNTRIMMED STRAWS, &e. LADIES' CAPES, COATS, and SKIRTS, and a : Great Collection of DRESS STUFFS in Black and Coloured. The Newest Designs and Colourings. ) ' ' o ??' .. ?. . .,-?''?. ,'. ? 3g, RTJJfDLE STREET. . «72mwfc Special Removal Notice. Norwieh Union Fire Insurance Soeiety, WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED THE FIRE -BUS I NESS OF THE. SOOTH ABSTRALLJ INSURANCE CO., LD. o Clients arc notified that on and after Wednesday next, 13th March, the Business of the Society will be carried on in the &EW OFFICES, situate fttTIURtL .tliTtiAL UUILDnGS EXT BA-K OF ABEuUllE, 8», RlXtt WILLIAM STREET, ADELAIUti. -70'4z R. A. PAXTON, Local Manager. SA. GOVERNMENT 3 PER CEHT. STOCK ? (Free of Income Tax.) PRICE AT THE TR...

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LITERARY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

LITERARY SOCIETIES. South AusLralian Literary Soi'ii-ties' I'ninn.— A mevting nf tin.1 general cominitleft v.fus lidJ ui Thursday, Mare'n 14, at tire Y.il.C.A. Parlours Mr. K. Pratt, vicv-prtsident, was iu tlii; cliair. Jiie ueniey Ueacii ami Grange Society was ad 111 it It'll 1u the union, and the delegates wcti heartily welrameil. The prospectus of the irigh. teenth annual literary compel Hioii was consider ed, and, with the exception that the iiumher n\ anicles in the JtPS. lnnsaziiie was reduced tc six, the prospectus with general conditions fm last year's competitinn wub adupted. Jlr. li. F. .Hussry moved that the executive cominituv I« inslnicted to consider the ndvi.sablencss of print/ infr tlie literary produt'icnf which won llic prizes at the. competition. Carried. A report front a suh-coramittcc in reference to co-opcratitu; witt the New South Wales Union in the production o: a quiirterly magazine was refciwil back to the committee for further consideration. It was re jmrt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

Artificial Teeth i '? 'Made upon the Latest Principles by the LONDON DENTAL Institute, Ltd. The 6neit materials used and the most moderat fees charged. Absolute satisfaction guaranteed Xrainid Nurse in attendance. O.nlt Address - LONDON DENTAL Institute, Ltd., Ill, King- Wm. St., Adelaide (Next door to United Service Hotel). nZSHet \ SHIERLA'W'S RAILWAY RUGS, 9C, 10/6, ll/«, 13/1 15/S, 17/§. to 85/ PLUSH CARRIAGE BUGS, 13/i, 16/? 21/,^0 37/i FOB BUGS in rreat rarlrty BLADSTONE BAGS, 22/6,. 25/6, 29/6 U 57/i IANBBAGS. 7/6, t/9, 10/§, to 29/6 IW§ STBAPS, 91, 1/, 1/9, to 3/9 10 -t IS, HUDLEl-ST ?7mwtc* tTOUSEnOLDERS SHOULD POISON RAT9. We are threatened with the Plague, and the irst thing to do in order to guard against this Ireadful disease is to get 'rid of Rats. This can inly be effectively done by using / 'RIGHT FOR BATS.' Head the. directions on each- bottle. Sold by all demists. F. U. FAULDING & CO., n6So Wholesale Axents. 3,356 BOOKS AT E. S. WIGG &, MLON'S. AHj ...

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EAST TORRENS COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

EAST TORRENS COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH. A meeting of this Board was held on Wednesday. There were present .\U-i;rs. Uinks (chairman). Story, Osborn, Revell, Laplhoni, Hosier, Addison and McShane, and the ofllecr nf, health. Dr. Shen tiard. The officer of health reported two cases of pulmonary tuln-rculosis at Eastwood 'and one at Kent Town, one caw- of scarlet fever at Payneham. ? one of typhoid at Norwood, und one of diphtheria at Paradise. The typhoid cast' was the sixth that liad occurred in as many months on un anatof about 100 ft. square. That had been thorouglllj inspected, but1 nothing had been discovered of nr. insanitary nature, although siiih a coincidence h.io a suspicious look. Tlie trained nurse inspector re (tortcd having visited the si.\ cases of infectiouf disease, had inspected the house-i, and left printed instructions. Out- case was sent, to the hospital; the others were f:iirly isolated. Slip had disinfuct ed nine houses 'after death, removal, or recovery, and had p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

STAJVLEY ? BURGUNDY. SOLEAGENTS-f EANDALL & BOUCAUT, ? 71.' KING WILLIAM-STREET. Talenhnnn 7M. '' nJSfcS

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INVENTION AND PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

INVENTION AND PATENTS. [Compiled for the Chamber of Manufactures and 'The Kegistcr' by Messrs. Collison & Co., licensed patent agents.] Applications for the .week ended March 9.— Manulaclure of llluminant gas and by-producU [rom lnaAes of trees (provisional), F. Reincke; No. IS075. Improvements ill cash registrTing ma chines, the Kinpirf Cash Register. Limited; No. H)7C. An improved apparatus for extracting: poM »nd silver from slimes and other products (pro visional), AV. '& Haxrjton; No. G877. Improve incuts in combined harvesters (provisional), I. Pcrpusson; No. G97S. Improvements in automati cally, coupling and uncoupling railway carriajjrs, ivagonf, and similar- vehicles. Darline/s Patent \ulonurlic Coupling, Liraitcd; No. G979. Improve ments in or relating to endlccs curved tracks of balanced rotary steam engines, B. Ljungstrom ; No. 01(80. Improvements in sprinklers, E. Gold ins; No. C98L . ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

CROSSLEY'S ENGINES ? Hare been .'awarded by the International Jury of ?£~, ;;- .?;???/?,?' ' ' 'Paris Exhibition, 1900, ? £;- THE. ONLY GRAND PRIX ;!. ,. Ohen to Enilish ' Exhibitors in CJms-XX., although many Knglish-made Jingines were snuwu iu this data, ? .??'. NO OTHER ^- , 'Was given tbo Highest Award, ^ 5b ' ^! ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

. y crossley's . M : - - Oil and Gas Engines Th« Most Perfect Motor of the Day. ?'*--»' ? ' -r - JAMES HILL & SONS, % '^, & 16anJ.13, CURIU&ST.. ADELAIDE. ^ ' '

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AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE EOYAL. The Theatre Royal proved far tob' small lo comfortably accommodate all the audi tors on Thursday evening, when .Mr. Gwrga Mus-grove's season of grand opera waa urougut to a triumpirant conclusion watn a fine performance of Wagner's great music-' drama 'Tann'hauser.' At the end of tho magnificent overture, Jlerr- SlapofEski waa accorded an oration, and had to ittnaiu standing for some time bowing acknow ledgments on behalf of himself ; and his fine orchestra. Then Mr. H. Heinicke, on belwlf of Professor Ives, Mr. Bryceson Tre harnc, and himself, stepped forward and1, presented the giftedconductorwitha. wreath of laurel. AH the principals received flo ral offerings from their admirers, and M. Arras, who gave a remarkably powerful impersonation of Tannliauser, was pre sented with a beautiful lyre artistically arranged. The chorus and orchestra again did admirable service, and their efforts were duly recognised. At the conclusion of the oper.i thtere was a sue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

AUTHENTIC IJEDIOAL GrtNHMTS WORTH KNOWINO.-Dr. Osborne says:-'l use SANDEU and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTKACT ? a3 a spraj j {or nasal catarrh, low (ever, asthma, kc, with I efeat success. ? I find this preparation superior to «11 others.' Dr» Stahl: — '1 have used various pre parations of Eucalyptus, but I get better msuI'j from SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than from any other.' Dr. Prestoa:— 'I sever use any Eucalyptus preparation other than SANDER & SONS', as 1 found the others to be almost useless.' Dc Hart:— 'It goes without saying that SANDEH & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TttACT is the bc6t in the market.' In in Biienza, all fevers, throat and lung trouble, diphtheria, diarrhoea, dysentery, kidney com plaints, rheumatism, wounds, sprains, ulcers, &c, it is invaluable. See that vou get SANDER & SONS', and reject spurious prepwi. tions, which are KMuetimes supplied by tmscrur/a lout dealers. Salmwfd

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TREE-PLANTING IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

TREE-PLANTING IN THE CITY. There are many members of the Adelaide Corporation^ particularly those on the tree planting committee, who think with Keats that 'A thins of beautv is a iov for ever.' lhey have strained every nerve to improve the city, and the well-kept squares are a tribute to their efforts. To facilitate the work they established two nurseries about 18 months ago, and on Thursday these were visited by members of the coun cil. The city fathers called first at the Rotunda, near to which the Railways Com missioner proposes making certain improve ments which will still further beautify that magnificent stretch of green which slopes iilmost to the edge of the lake. In all pro bability the corporation will also receive from the Commissioner a strip of land wliich Avill enable it to make a drive along the border of the lake from King William road to ..^orphett street. It will have to provide a culvert for the City Baths, so that wood and other heavy materials may be delivered ...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

GOVERNSIENT GAZETTE. Tenders Accepted.— Supply and delivery of rail way materials, as follows::— 03 mild steel plates, £a'19s. 0d; per ton; 09 spiral springs, £32 ISe. 2d.; ti copper tube plates, £94 6s. Id.; 27S engine and tender tires, £1,84U /s.; SOU carnage and wagon tires, £3,737 10s.; 200 aslcs, 5 ft. 3 in. gauge, £1,815 168 Sd.; 200 axles, 3 ft. 6 in. gauge, £1,2!M 3s. 4d.; 2 crank axles,' £511 12s.: Cd.; 2 tons plastic metal, £192 5s. 2d. per ton; 200 I.E. springs. £152 lls. Sd. ; 10 pairs car replacing rat chet jacks, £40 Us. Sd.; 500 carriage and wagon tires, £1,581 5s.; G crank pin forgings, £3 12s. 3d. each. George AVills&Co. C steam pressure gauges, £0 2s: 4d.-; 50 carriage rugs; 14s; 6d. each;.' 200 B.B. Staffordshire plates, £15 Ss.- lid. per ton; 24 bars convex iron, £12 6s. Id. per ton, Elder, Smith, k Co., Limited. 12 axles, £7 18s. each, F. H. Snow; 20 lubricators, £0 10s. each, Vacuum Oil Company. Supply and delivery of 50 tons steel fishplates, ? £13 13s...

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