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"GERMAN CHURCHES AND THE METHODIST CONFERENCE." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

'GERMAN CHURCHES AND THE METHODIST CONFERENCE.' To the Editor. ?Sir — Mr. Stubbs's naive suggestions re garding the amalgamation or union of the Lutheran and Methodist Churches need further .elucidation on that* eentleirian's part. It Ins-meaning is that his church will surrender its pecuh'aT tenets and accept the scriptural, time-honoured, and noble confessions of the Lutheran Church, Luthe rans '\rill agree to his suggestions with boundless delight. Nor should there be finy difficulty in the way of such a surren der, since Mr. Stubbs, according to his pub lished statements, places little or no value on dogmas or creed. If, on the other band, he desires Lutherans to surrender their grand heritage and accept the peculiar reli gious views of Methodism^ they will politely but firmly -reply — 'Non'possuraus.' As re gards the future of theLutheran Church Mr. Stubbs need not be disquieted. The Lutheran Church is not rndissolubly bound to the German tongue. She is a polyglot church, embra...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. To the Editor. ? bir~Py advertisements in your columns it appears that the various political par ties have selected fiom the large number of aspirants for federal honours certain indi viduals who are to receive the support of those connected with their organizations, but it appears that the temperance party haye not made any selection— at least if they have it has not been generally known. It w nearly time that they made a choice of candidates known to be favourable to temperance reform. Within a few days delegates from all parts of the State of two 31 the most important temperance organiza tions will meet in Adelade to attend their annual meetings— viz., the South Austra lian and Albert1 Districts of the Indepen dent Order of Eechabites, that have an ag gregate adult membership of over 6,700 members. The constitution of these socie ties will doubtless prevent any official selection of candidates being made at their meetings, but I suggest that a meeting shoul...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE TRIUMVIRATE AND THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

THE TRIUMVIRATE AND THE REPORTER. An extraordinary interview, or rather se ries of interviews, took place recently at Hawkburn. When the reporter called on tlie Sherer family at their well - appointed residence, 4, Irene place, ilawkourn— one of Melbourne's fashionable suburbs, adja cent to Toorak— he was extended a cordial welcome. '1 have, come,' said, he, 'to solicit particulars: of certain momentous events which I hear hare lately taken place in this 'family circle.' 'With pleasure,' said Mr. Suerer hear tily. 'Let us begin. with my son Ho race.' Horace was then called in, and proved to be a bright, intelligent lad, full of health and good spirits. About him Mr. Sherer said:— ] 'Some time ago Horace began to lose control of his limbs, and later was unable even to raise food to his mouth, having to be fed like an infant. His speech left him, and for over a month he could not utter a word. He was unable to walk stea dily; his legs', arms, and body swayed whenever be tried to do so...

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

The best cough drops are drops oi A.yer's Cherry Pectoral. The next time you .Vj#fSSSfe iake cold, doso your- yH|q ft. ^K self ? with a lot of , -^'iJL^ \_ lioide remedies . and ° ^^tf^fi^ lilly-dally along un- ' ^B til your cough is g . li ieep-soatedand you ...... we threatened with n-Jr^S*****!*^ pneumonia or con- iy; j§?: '-mHs- sumption. That's ^^^^fijl ane way, to be sure. 'Sffl ' Here's another way: Take Ayer.'s Cherry Pectoral it bedtime and be all right the next morning. Isn't this the better way? Then continue the Cherry Pectoral a few days until your throat and lungs have completely healed and all danger Df future trouble is past. Another grand thing about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is that if cures hard soughs, the hardest kind of old coughs, sven after all other remedies have failed. Put lip in large and small bottles. When it hurts your lungs to cough, ;hen apply one of Ayer's Cherry Pec toral Plasters directly over the painful /ing. It will quiet the pain, remove all Bong...

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

HEn -icture sale at fismm R^^EtfH] BEAUTIFY YOT7R. HOMES. fl^^^^^^^B^Wpfl Beautiful Engravings by Tauejta, Leighton, Marcus Stone, Godward, and others, at 20 per cent, discount flSUK^^^^^EHi As we ha,ve trie(i to.sell good pictures cheaply, 20 per coat, off Our plain figure prices is equal to 50 per cent of ???????????????MnH , - , some dgodIgs MANY CHEAPER PICTURES, in fact, a great assortment from 2s. 6d. to £2 10s. And DIRT CHEAP. FURNISH YOUR HOUSE AT HOOPER'S. First-class Upholstery Cheap at Hooper's. The.' most complete Illustrated Catalog issued in Adelaide, at Hooper's; The Policy at Hooper's is to sell GOOD things only, and sell them CHEAPLY. . Closed on Saturday Afternoons. Open on Friday Evenings. HOOPER'S FURfilSHIM ARCADE, HINDLEY AND LEIGH STREETS. Hearr Btowtis Curl £Sf=

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

DON'T LOOK OLD. ? With advancing jeara erejnea increase* Btofl this with LOCKTKR'P SULPHUR HAIB It» STOKER, which darken] to the former colour and preserves the appearance. Iiodgrer**, the Enjlrss Hair Kestore. oStanrfcr*

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

I.OXDOX WOOL, SALES. Messrs. Oalgety & Co., Limited, have re ceived advice from the London house that the wool sales continue iirm aud active with brisk competition. Prices for merino wools, if anything, show an upward tendency.

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AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE. March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

ArSTRALIAX MARKETS. MEUiOrnXK. March U. About 2,3011 lwps of wheat was wild to-day at 2/S. Bran was sold at Slid, to !-:,'d. i'air liusinrss was dime in malting litirlcy up \n :;/2i, and choice dt.. was wortli un to :!.4. Algerian oats were (putted at 1 :? to 1/«J, and swil do. at 1/7.1. Maii-c \ttn quiet at 2'a.J to 2,il. Chaff r.iiiRed from 4.1; tn Xi . I'litiituin tliaiip';! hands at £1 anil onions ai .c'- 15 . (iooil new Victorian hops were cleared at 11. Husinefs in tea covered 3D chests of Ceylon al 'id., nnd i'- chf?ts of Indian st djd. Currants realized 7:Jd. to 8d., and sultanus rid. to ftl. Fish was in j;o!-d demand, lins at '«1. tVimstuk.- were sold at 5-1 f.o.!).,'antl lininha^s :it I'll to 4,.'- on ?pot. About .V) tons of fencing ivhe was placed. Alioul ~M) cisks of ceinent was sold. KiTosine was wortli !ijd. for parcels and Hid. for tmrkloads. A ronsiderable. narct:l of tnr IKiitine moved olf at 2M1. SYDXKY, March II. BreadsuuTs continued today to have a (rood deal it ...

Publication Title: Register, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

GIL BETS DRY GIN. k HEALTHY STIMULANT, BENEFICIAL IN DltlAtfcS OF THE KIBNEYS AN0 H.LIfcg- MAI.ABIES ? v i2t2nmla3 mm sugar. Oil, ycsl Fish for the season. Pish of every loscription, Preserved, Tinned Prtsh, Smoked, halted, or Dried. All at low prices. Sugar, fine white crystal, 2A per Hi: Grocery orders prompt delivery. Ask or write for price-list. GHABLICE BROS. n74c ESLIDON SPA '?''?'?- ' completes ???'.? a Natural TMpstion of Food. E. MALPAS, King William street, Agent. ? . . 71cl Ik Massey-Harris Bicycle Depot, SECONDHAND BICYCLES of unequalled vilu* iffered for the holidays at. prices and terms to ait the most limited incomes. From £5 upward*. MASSEY-HARRIS CYCLE DEPOT. N332mvrfc SHARES SOLD AND BOUGHT ASH££ ??*' MING, VAN! of hi.W itALAHD CUAMtffiU* MBS K \J LD V ATTED \Jt LENLIVET WHISKY SMF SSSJ'S1 Agent., MILNE & CO. 'KB' ? '???? - NSlSinfo 3HATEAU TANUNDA BRANDY CONSUMED THROUGHOUT FEDERATED AUSTRALIA. W. P. AULD & SOS'S,' SOLE AGENTS. n«thlc ( PURE, ECONO...

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

FISH! PISH! FISH! LENT. LENJ. LENT. OOD FISH, dried, 3}d. ft. COD FISH, dried, exceptionally fine, 6Jd. Jb. LDtG FISH,. prime Scotch, 6Jd. Ib. SALMON, salt, very prime, 5jd. lb. HKRRDJGS, salt, very choice, 1/4 dozen. HERRINGS, salt, good, 1/ dozen. HERRINGS, Red, 1/9 dozen. . HERRINGS, Fresh, 6$d. tin. HERRINGS, smoked in oil, 6d. tin. HERRINGS, Kippered, 8}d. MACKEREL, English, 6d. each. OPEN ON FRIDAY EVENINCS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK. THE CITY CASH STORES, 45, BUNDLE STREET.' nlBIe BHGUSH sbpteBVflOSPHATE1, FOR SALE, United Alkali Company's, best on market, tet, . . ? it £4 15e. per ton Port Store, or £4 17s. Cd. i . . tree aboard. *?.'. tffe CHABUOK BROS.

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TO-DAY'S DIARY. Friday, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

TO-DAY'S DIARY. Friday, Marcli 15. Sun nsts 0.1G a.m.; sets 0.34 p.m. Moon rises 12.20 a.tn. ; sets 2.38 p.m. Semaphore.— High water, 7.30 a.m.? low, 1.38 p.m. ll.-Brookman's Bdg.-B.H. North &M. Co. 2.30.— O.B.I. Baths— Way College ' swimming races. , ,1 - 8.— Town Hall— Commandant and Mrs. Booth. ' 8.— Glcnelg— Messrs. T. H. Webb and J. H. Cooks address electors. 8.-Seotch Thistle Hotel— Mtp. re Anglers' Ann. 8.— Rotunda— Open-air concert. 8.— Tivoli Theatre— Vaudeville entertainment.

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SHARE MARKET AND MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

?SHARE MARKET AND MINING. There whs a dull market on Thursday. The business transacted was of a limited diameter, and nothing occurred calling for special attention. In Western Australian gold Associateds, Brookman a. Main -Peels, lv.inlioef-jf.iuid Lake iView': Consols.., were, without- exchanges. .-Northern^ Assoeiateds,' Boulders, and .South Kalgurli had business ;it abont last rates. Princess Royal, stocks were firmer at a slightly improved figure, while Queen Margarets, after being t.iken at 4/0, had buyers at 5/ without sellers. The lower-priced stocks had little business without noticeable alteration. Silver and copper shares were also, quiet, and few ex changes occurred, ;ind values were virtually unaltered. North Queensland tin shares fell ibout £7, and closed seller at £95. Pauil's nnd Sliding Uocks were quiet at about last quotations. ? - ' I The Commissioner of Crown Lands has! leceived tlie following reimrt from the man ager of the Petersburg Cyanide' Works lor; .Februa...

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ADELAIDE LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT.- March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

ADELAIDE I.1VK STOCK MARKET REPORT.— March 13. Mr. fieorge taugliton reports:— Uairj' and Other Cattle. — Althoueli the supiily of milkers wat larirer this week, competition was keen, and prices iiich. onlv a few beine nasseil in. Another, heavy jurdinpr .rf dr.r ;ui(l fat cow.-; prices, althougli easier, were satisfactory. I sold best milkers from ,CS 10/ to .C.i HI, ; Rood. £7 to £S; medium, from .CC to £7; sprinsers, to £j :*v; dry cows, from Cli, lor inferior to iU; fat cows, xl 1(1/ to £.1 in ;; bulls, to .Cl 15/. fat Cattle.— 4»7 yarded. 1'ricw easier; 7:! ui:Kold; prime oxen, £10 ID/ to £V1; gooil, £S to .KO 10/; medium, to £7 10/; prime cows, £8 to £!l; good, to £7 10, ; medium, to £G. Calves.— 1«4 in. I sold 74. There was active competition, and good prices were obtained for all nlfering. I sold super vealers to 37/; medium, 12/ to 2:1,: and very inferior, from 8/. Sheep.— 3,114 ])ennetl. Prices 'easier; SK! unsold. Merino wetliers, !-/ to Ifi'; ewes, S; to 13/; cross breds...

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AN INTERESTING FRIENDLY SOCIETY LAWSUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

AN INTERESTING FRIENDLY SOCIETY LAWSUIT. The long-standing dispute between the Bon Accord Lodge, a branch of the Inde pendent Order of OddfeQlows, and the Grand Lodge will again come before the oupreme Uourt during the May sittings. The trouble began in 1899, when the Bon Accord refused to send in to the Grand Lodge correct returns in accordance with the constitution and requirements of 'the Public Actuary. The Bon Accord Lodge was suspended by the rub'ng body, and issued a writ against the Grand Lodge for removal of the suspension, and obtained an interim injunction against the defen dant lodge. The case was tried in the Supreme Court in September, 1899. Subse quently the court decided that it had no power to hear and determine the matter, and* gave a verdict in favour of the Grand Lodge. The Bon Accord Lodge Btiil re fused to furnish the quarterly returns, in consequence of which a, charge was laid against it 'by the Grand Lodge. This was investigated by the judicial committee, an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A SWIMMING ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

A SWIMMING ADVENTURE. An exciting incident occured in the City Baths on Thursday afternoon during the progress of the annual swim ming matches held in connection with ' St. Peters Collegiate School. Tht; event which claimed attention at the particular time was the longest swim tinder water. J. Miurhead, a son of Mr. C. M. Mtufhead, having started from- the deep end of the baths, had swum to the other end and three-quarters of the way back again, when he was suddenly seen to sink. Thereupon there was great excitement xmongst the masters and lads present. Mi\ C. Bastard, realizing the necessity for promptitude, called upon P. N. Webb, one jf fch'e contestants, who was standing on t'he edge of the baths, to dive for his school mate. This Webb did without a moment's hesitation, and in a few seconds the un conscious body of Muirhead was out of t'he ivater. Efforts for restoring the apparently drowned were suedessfully made by the swimming master, and in less than five minutes young Muirh...

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THE FEDERAL TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

THE FEDERAL TARIFF. The utmost secrecy is observed by tiie officers of the Custo'ms Department re specting the framing of the federal tariff, but, as a matter of fact, says the Melbourne Argus, all the work in connection witii it is being done in Adelaide, under the per sonal supervision of Mr. Kingston, Mini ster of Trade and Customs. The Federal Cabinet has laid down the broad lines upon which the tariff is to be based. Every effort is, it is said, being made to complete the work of framing the federal tariff, in order that it may be laid before the Federal Le gislature during its first sess on; but d ubt is expressed whether Mr. Kingston can ba ready with a tariff in the short time at his disposal;' If he is, then i it is anticipated that almost the whole of the first sess'on will have to be given up to debating its provisions. The Ministry has a sheaf of Jther important measures to submit to the Federal Parliament, comprising a Federal Judiciary Bill, an Interstate Commission Bi...

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AGRICULTURE IN SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

AGRICULTURE IN SCHOOLS. During recent years considerable atten tion has' been given to the encouragement of the tcacliing of practical iigriculture in public schools, and the Minister of Educa tion and Agriculture considers that valua ble work has been done. At the same time Mr. Batehelor thinks the operations may be made of still more practical benefit to the State. He has therefore arranged that if teachers who are conducting experiments in ajgriculture will furnish to the Agricul tural Bureau particulars as to the areas of land, character of the soil, &-;., under cultivation they can obtain small quanti ties of fertilizers, such seeds as may be avail able from time to time/and, if required, any idvice they may need in regard to the treatment of seeds and plants.

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RAILWAY REFORM AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

RAILWAY REFORM AT PORT ADELAIDE. At the meeting of the Port Adelaide Cor poration on Thursday evening Cr. Butler moved that a committee be appointed: — (a) To consider the whole subject of trains running through the mam streets of the town; lb), to ascertain 'and report what effect the suggested alterations mude.by the Railways Commissioner in his letter to the Commissioner of Crown Lands would have upon tue trade, and interests -of Port Ade laide; (c), to examine witnesses and take such evidence as may be necessary to enable the committee to determine the feasibility or otherwise of 'this council laying down a system of electric tramways throughout the district to be owned and managed by the council. Consideration of the subject was deferred for a month.

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LEAGUE OF WHEELMEN'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

LEAGUE OF WHEELMEN'S MEETING. The following handicaps have bean declared by the liandicappor, Air. W. H. Dyer, for the forth coming wheol race meeting, to be held on the Adelaide Oval on March 23 and 30:— Adelaide Wheel Kacc.— Martin, Green, Lawson, Bcauehamp. scr.; Forbes, Walnc, 20 yards; Hunt, Mutton, McDonald, Body, 30; Wilkscli, Lewis, Jones, 40; Chapman 50; Goodson, Carpenter, 60; Aunger, 70; Vaughan; Palmer, Middleton, Pavne, SO; Murphy, 100; Boidi, 110; Mathias, 120; Gudgen, Elsbuiy, h. Corbett, Sampson .Pcarce, Bonbow, 130; Denning, 1C0; Schniedcr, Fitzgerald, Cameron, 170: Lykke, ISO; A. 11. H. William?. Stephens, Keiszling, 190; Rolfc, McSarnara, Turbill, 210; Biyant, A. U. Wil liams, 220; Lunn, 230; Gibbon, Hamilton, 240; P. P. Corbett, Black, Physick, G. G. Body, 200; McCalman. RiBgs, Pethersen, .1. Body, 270; II. Wiadrowski, Whitcham, Bradey, I-. It. Merkel, Bergstrom, Walters, Chalk, 280; Bassctt, John ston, 290; Fuss, Dohnt, 300; Fleming, Maddern, 310; Macdonald, 320...

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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

VALEDICTORY. On! Wednesday evening the Wends of Mr. Fred 0. StockweU assetnbleU at the Norwood Hotel to bid farewell. to tint. gentleman; on the eye ol his drnarture to rial Unit. -Mr. G'.' L. Buntoyne as a token. of esteem and appreciation of goodfcllowshi on behaH of arose present handed to Mr. Stockwell a ease of pipes -suitably engraved. He referred to the gncceeEuu course the recipient had taken at the school of mines, and wished him every soccess in his new sphere of life. Mr. Stockwell euitab responded. Songs were contributed by Mr. A. A. Wood and Mr. B. L. Bromley. ' '

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