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ANOTHER CASE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

ANOTHER CASE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, March 14. Another case of plague iias occurred among the crew of the troopship Antillian. The patient is W. J. Walters, who was employed as a storekeeper on the steamer. Suspicious symptoms mannestea tncmseives yesterday, and to-day the case was declared to be one of true plague, though in a mild form. It is supposed that the man caught the infection through .removing stores which might have been' in contact with rats. The ship mil be required to under eo a further neriod of Quarantine. WELLINGTON, Match 14. Tbe Government has ordered the erection of a plague hospital at Dunedin.

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THE CASE AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

THE CASE AT PORT ADELAIDE. At the meeting of the Port Adelaide Local Board of Health on Thursday evening the health officer, Dr.-'C. Bollen, submitted a renort on the case of plague at Port Ade laide, it stated that wnen tne suDcom mittee of health visited the premises oc cupied bv Riege it was found -that he had a yard measuring 23 x 62 ft., a third oi which Avaa fenced off as a flower garden. Then some space was occupied by over 30 fowls kept in a most unsatisfactory state. He had ordered the destruction of the birds owing 'to the propagation of plague by in sect life. A personal inspection was made of adjacent yards, where fowls and ducks were kept in a crowded state. In accord ance with regulations he ordered the re moval of all poultry from the premises ad jacent to the patient's residence. This ac tion was taken on the independent advice of fourmedicalmen. He commended the ser vices of Inspector King in connection with the outbreak'. He advocated the anpoint ment of a sanitary...

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THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS BOARDS OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT! [From the 'Education Gazette.'] ' BOAltUS OF ADVICE. Scuts Declared Vacant under Regulation 40.— Bcltaiia. Mr. T. .Carn; Kqunark, Mr. fi. W. .Reid. Mcmlici3 llesighed.— Eudiinda, Mr. K. W. Mat thews: Farina, Her. F. W. Wilkinson, B.A.: Guraeraclin, Kcv. II. Lang. Member Deceased.— Nairne, Mr. W. A. W. Chit. - APPOINTMENTS. Assistants.- Clara A. Bottrill, Sturt street; Robert J. Morpin, Orotc street; Laura L. Symon, Lcfevre's Peninsula. Acting Assistants.— Enimcilnc S. Bowden, Cillci street; Florence E. A. Ilurton, Gawler; Uelene W. .lacobi, Orange; Harriett E. Johns, Peters burg; Amorina Noyc, North Adelaide; Bessie E. Ptixton, Nailsworth; Etuma'U Rogasch, Norwood; Alice M. Seholefleld, Wallaroo; Muriel M. Wai ikt. Petersburg. Provisional Teachers.— 'Ludmilla E. von der Borch, Angus Valley; 'Elsie A. Bowden, Hundred Davenport; 'Frances M. Coveney, In|cernian; 'Helen E. Hopcwcll, Springfield; Margharita E. Hyde, Gilles Plains; 'Alice E. Mann, Alma' Lower: 'A...

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

? Paris €xbiDltion,i900. t S BRITISH AWARDS. \ PEARS * The ONLY j Grand Prix | *»r I \ Toilet Soap i The Highest Award obtainable fir J . . aaything . . a has been awarded to Messrs. X Pears,andisthefl«/y0/tfallotted V a in Great Britain for Toilet Soap, d

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AGRICULTURAL OLD COLLEGIANS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

AGRICULTURAL OLD COLLEGIANS ASSOCIATION. A social gathering ol old and present students of Oie Roseworthy' Agricultural College was held in Ware's Erchanite Hotel, Hindley street, on Friday night. Professor Lowrie presided over a fair at tendance representing most of the different years the. college had been in existence. Professor Lowrie gave an interesting: account of the work that liad been accomplished at the college during flio present »caaon. He spoke of the results of the crop, showing that tlie land produced heaTier yields now than when most of the old boys pre sent attended. A musical programme was well carried out by the College Orplieus Club, assisted by Messrs. C. A. Haslarn, G. L. Hodge. W. IJ. Blue, A. B. Caw, A. M. Dawkins, and A. Hall.

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

*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦« if A Babies' Picture Gallery;; ? . The Portraits of THOUSANDS OF BABIES ? ., * ^ ' who have been made ROBUST and STRONG ' ^^^.^.^ ^-^-^_^_^ O -► by the use of ? C' i'to^toVQ^^tiSSffi/f! ' i* ° lie Alice ennn ^^M^^^^i \- ^ HEAlK w rllUll WMft^M^i^sA ** . . would make one of the most fascinating collec- '.^§JhH| ^9flflRBPV^.' ^ * * ' fions of Baby Pictures ever got together. ''jPffliB.^ ^^BBBff llli i * 4 ► Mrs. E. PAGE, of 10 Pondwicks Road, Luton, '^^^^^Si^jB^^li ! ! Beds, writes:— 'My son has been brought up wfllf^Hr ~ / iS^i^BBP^ * 1 ► entirely on your Food. We have never lost a jil'iXSr «— -^^'''^iS^^BEA 4 - 4 t night's rest with him, nor had to give him medi- WxBm jZ-fc iV!im^Ks9&. j cine of any kind, and up to the piesent he has WWM ' 7. ./' :2&£2m ^BrM7A ' 1 ' had no trouble with his teeth.' »ii^» °U?1'^^^3l BH|J ^ - ] ; Russian Imperial Nursery 1^!M^P ;: ^ , . GOLD MEDAL awarded, ,3^Q|SwHRR- j * 1 ^ WOMAN'S EXHIBITION, Londo...

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THE COMMONWEALTH. THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. NOMINATIONS IN OTHER STATES. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 14 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

THE COMMONWEALTH. THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS, NOMINATIONS. IN OTHER STATES. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE. March 14. Nominations of candidaites for the .Senate and the House of liepresentaltives wen received 'to-day as follows: — SENATE. Mr. J. L. Dow, Sir- Frederick SSurgoocl, Messrs. James Stvles, W. a. Watt, R. W. Best, M.L.A.. G.'Wise, S. Fraser, M.L.C., R. Reid, M.L.C., J. G. Duffy, M.L.A., J. G. Barrett, \Y*. II. Moule. Chas. Ser geant, R. A. Baker, J. A. Wallace, M.L.C., Sir William Zeal, M.L.C.. Messrs. J. L. Purves, Stephen Barker, Alfred J. Hamp son, J. T. Butters, and W. F. C. Kelly. :house of representatives.. Bourkc— Messrs. J. N. Cook, Martin Han nsh.'F. T. Hicktord, James Mirams, and J. M.Rose. -,,,;?,„ Bahvclava-Sir George Turner and Mr. 1. kooyong— Messrs.1 T. Fink, M.LA., W. J. Foiter, Rogers, and Wm. Knox, M.L.C. Mtrnda— Messrs. Robert Harper, Tho mas Hunt, and Sydney Stdtt. . _ Melbourne— Dr. Wm. Moioney, M.LA., Sir Malcolm McEacharn, and Mr. L. J. Plough. '???.?? Melbourne Por...

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THE KING'S CIVIL LIST. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

THE KING'S CIVIL LIST. London, March 14. The Government intends to propose that' the King's Civil List shall be j fixed at £470,000 per annum, the chief cause of the increase upon the sum voted to Queen Victoria (£385,000) be ing due to the grant of £50,000 to Queen Alexandra.

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THE ROYAL VISIT. NAVAL GREETING AT MALTA. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

THE ROYAL VISIT. NAVAL GREETING AT MALTA. London, March 13. The Italian Mediterranean Squadron will rendezvous at Malta, where they will take part with other warships in greeting their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of York on their voyage to Australia. The civilian engineers on board the Orient Liner Ophir, which has been chartered to convey the Duke and Duchess of York to Greater Britain, have been appointed officers m the Naval Reserve.

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THE COMMONWEALTH. BANQUET BY THE NATIONAL LIBERAL CLUB. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

THE COMMONWEALTH. BANQUET BY THE NATIONAL LIBERAL CLUB! London, March 14. The National Liberal Club yesterday held a banquet in commemoration of the establishment of the Common wealth of Australia. Earl Spencer pre sided, and the company included Lord Tweedmouth, Earl Carrington, the Right Hon. James Bryce, liberal mem ber for Aberdeen, Lord Welby, and Lord Davey. Sir Henry Campbell-Bannennan, lea der of the liberal party, in proposing the toast of 'The Commonwealth of Australia,' declared that the federated States presented a picture of true li beralism, and were pursuing a policy which never shrank from the duty of labour or sacrifice. He was of opinion that Mr. Edmund Barton's position as Premier was a guarantee that the Commonwealth's affairs would be con ducted with prudence and energy. He was confident that the ties which bound the colonies and the homeland together would become stronger in the future. The toast was responded- to by Sir John Cockburn, Sir Horace Tozer, and the...

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THE YACHT SCHEMARA. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

THE YACHT SCHEMARA. London, March 14. The. new steam yacht Schemara, G10 tons, purchased for the New South Wales Government, which recently left Bermuda, has passed the Azores, and signalled 'All well.' Mr. Henry Copeland, the Agent-Genml for New South Wales, has, says the 'Bri- tish Australasian,' purchased for his Go vernment a fine steel yacht, the Schemara, and. it is anticipated she will, be placed at tne disposal of the Governor-General. The yacht, Tvith a measurement of 610 tons, is a practically new vessel, . and is splendidly equipped. She is now on her way from Sa vannah to Bermuda, where gne will be docked prior to starting on her voyage to Australia.

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COMMERCE AND FINANCE. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

COMMERCE AND FINANCE. London;- March 13. London Wool Sales.— Good business was done at the sales to-day, and prices were fully maintained. London, March 14. London Wool Sales. — The brokers' re ports show that the rates for best cross breds improved slightly yesterday. Tran sactions:— Deepwater, 7Jd.; Kulnine, 73d.; Taylor, 9Jd.; Jimbour, 8Jd.: Sesbania, l$d.; Durham Downs, 15Jd.; Meanee, (Sid.: Pttketalu, 6d. . Breadstuff s. — The visible supply of American wheat is estimated at 79,300,000 bushels, against 80,704,000 bushels a week ago. . . Lead.— Tbe . imports for the past month totalled 17,069 tone, against 18,198 tons for the previous month. Of the total 4,440 tons came from Australia, against 6,227. The exports were 2,795 tons, against 3,127 tone. -

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MR. WRAGGE'S POSITION. BRISBANE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

MR. WRAGGE'S POSITION. BRISBANE, March 14. vMr. i»rake, the Federal Postmaster ueneral, has informed the Acting Premier that there i3 nothing in the Commonwealth Act that empowers him, without legisla tion, to take over the Queensland meteoro logical branch. Mr. Rutledge is asking the Treasury Department to supply him with a statement of the cost in connection with the department, and he repeats his pre vious assertion that if the poation, in a financial sense, is bad Mr. Wrasse's ser vices will have to be more circumscribed.

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

SHIPPING. Cape Borda.— March 14, 10.30 a.m.— Ship passing for Spencer's Gulf. Weather— Wind, south-east, fresh; sea smooth. 3 p.m.— Barque passing inward. Weather — Wind south-east; sea smooth. Time Ball.— March 14:— Ball dropped at Hi. 0m. te., corrcsjionding to 13th 15h. 30m. Greenwich mean time. Semaphore, March 15.— High water, 7.30 a.m.; low water, 1.30 p.m. ARRIVED.— March II. (X-eaua, R.M.S., G.fltS tons, C. Gadd, master, from Sydney and Melbourne. Passengers— Mr. am Miss Tardy, Mr. and Mrs. Hall, Messrs. J. P. Aston, Howard, Ware, Renton, Shaw, Fosberg, Ito&burgh, and Wharton, Mrs. Gunther, Mrs. and .Miss Nach, from Sydney. Elder, Smith, and Co , agent*. Meorabool, steamer, 5,000 ton3. L. Thompson. HiiViter, from Newcsatlc. Cargo— Coal D. and J. Fowler, agent's. Anglo-Norman, barque, S22 tons, O. Abraliamscn, master, from East London February 7. In b— last, seeking. f'prt^ «;t-v,mi»r. nS tonn. .1. fjonnpin. master. irom Stansbury. Juaics Comrie, steamer, 73 tons, J. ...

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

RELIGIOUS NOTICE* TO-MGKT, TO-NIGHT. Booth. TOWN HAHiI,, GREAT WELCOME. GIGANTIC MEETING SUNDAY NIGHT. FAMOUS LECTURE MONDAY, comprising Thrilling Stories of the Early Christian Martyrs, with Living Pictures of Marvellous ? liealism. PUBLIC NOTICES / 1 1 T Y OF ADELAIDE. STREET PROCESSION. The SALVATION ARMY have permission, to hold c Street Procession on FRIDAY, March 15. start ing from North terrace at 7 p.m., along North. iirrjce to and along Pulteney street to Rundle r-trcet, along Hundle and Hindley streets to Mor r.hi-tt stntt, alons Murphctl street to and along l/urrie street, to and along King William street ti the Town Hall. T. CEO. ELLERY, Town Clerk. Town Hall. Adelaide. Man-h II. l'-Xll. ? n 1 I Y 0 F A 1) K L A I D E. LOCAL HOAIH) OF HEALTH. WBONIC: PLACUE. -IMPORTANT NOTICE. llor.SEIlOLDERS art- specially requested by the .V.tilifiii Officer of Health t' maintain the sani lary cunditinn of their premises in as perfect a ruif as possible, ami t.i make a special effort t...

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

PHILANTHROPIC. James Brown Memorial Trust.— The monthlj meeting of the trustees was held on Wednesday, - March 1S3 at the Kxeeutor Company's offices. Mr. C. H. Uoode nreaided. The rrnort of the matron' ' of the 'Kalyra' Home stated that two paticntE had left cured, and at present there were ho va-' fancies in the home'. The number of inmates were H. At Kstcourt House the matron repotted thut during the month several at the home had '.been poorly, but that everything was going on satis factorily, tl'erc being no vacancies. Mr. .Goode mentioned tlult he had issued a circular, among those likely to give 'assistance, drawing atten tion to the fact 'that the present accommodation' at 'Kalvra' the consumptive home, was nDt Euffl Lienl fof'tlie demand made for admission, and from, the fact that those applying, were, willing to pay [or assistance received he hoped that, should 'they; he able to rrect additional accommodation, the in Mitulion would be to a great extent wlf-support-s . ing, a...

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FOOTBALL. A STURT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

FOOTBALL. A STUr.T CLUB. Thiae was a large muster of residents interested in foollull at the meeting convened by the Sturf Klnlomii! Cricket Club, and held at the Unlej Town Hall on Thursday evening, for the ]iurpos« of forming a Sturt Electorate Football Club. : Tin,1 * Major of I nley, Mr. A. Mackie, presided. Tin cha'imipu rxpifssed iulis-fuction with.tlic mannci in which the local club had worked in foster ing qiort. Jlr. H. V. Sciymgour detailed the islrpi taken by the Commilti* to the present date. Tin Hoil J. ' Vnrdon, J1.1..C. proposed— 'Tliat provi sion* ha--'ii*r ln-sii made in the constitution oMlK' South Australian Football Association for the pur pose, t|ic time has now arrived when Jjw district of Sturt shuuld be n-pre-j-nted in that association, and that application be' made 'to that body for admission, js per articles 4 and .5 -of its constitu tion.' Mr. II. M. Jludic seconded, and the pro ixwitiou was carried unanimously. Mr. .N. A. Wi-Hi. LL.B., movetl— 'TbaV a eom...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

To the Editor. Sir— As I am interested in the important subject of Avlieat and Hour production, it has giA'cn me much pleasure to see that vou are talcing tlie matter up, and urging that, prominence should be given to tne efforts of Professor ijowrie, Mr. Marshal!, ? and others in this State towards the attain ment of a higher standard of wheat and Hour. More public inionnation is desir able than A\-e nave at present in regard to the different varieties of wlieai, their re lative values in price, and their suitability for producing the highest qualities of Hour. It Avould be very instructive for our producers if the opinions of our leading millers could ba obtained, and published about Avhat they considered the best of our wheats for ilour production, and Avhieli varieties gave them liighest returns and most satisiactory results in strength and other qualities, it has been suggested that the Government should erect a small ex perimental mill; but this could hardly give satisfactory,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 15 March 1901

FUNERAL NOTICES fTTHE FUNERAL ol the late Mr. JOHN* F. Mc J- K UL will Leave Miw Tibbits's Hospital, Vakeficld street, THIS AFTERNOON (Friday), at ?±2L\ fur Interment at the North road Cemetery, at 3.30. CEO. DOWNS & SOS, Telephone 735. Undertakers. rreffi Friends of Mr. William Scott are informed X that the FUNERAL of Ilia late SON (John Klliott) will Leave his Residence, Gurr's road, .North Kensington. THIS DAY (Friday), at 1 p.m.. wr tlu Payneham Cemetery. 1'. UANNONI, Undertaker, Parade, Norwood.

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

SHIPPING . SHIPPING \ ORIENT LINE, we 'KSLm steamship The folloirinff Steamships (under Uoyal Mail I ifirAnl LliVllItU :ontni-t) will leave Adelaide (Largs Bay) at 2 n- V , „ ' , ,. »« hid. u a.m. on the undermentioned dates for PLY- n'u Dispatch- Steamers from Port. Adelaide M ilOLTH -iml London, via Fremantle. Colombo -n^r\CmumMactsr-2rmM-D]li:- Itranshipiiing for all Indian poris), Suez Canal, FOR ALBANY, FREmANTl-fc, Kuplrs, .Mareeillcs, and Gibraltar:— Scraldton, and all North West Porta ?AU^nAL.7rrC52llT'Nicnol»nTjOuOlar. Zl. ., *° iVk,.Ynd,h.am\ *cv7ca ??ais lv s «™.' I'VltUni i Without Transhipment. ?oS:: Wlv. iffiS 'ft 14 '^AUKA ? | Sitmdv | Much 10 I 2 P.». «oirro.VA....irmali.inday iiay ? iMav a. FQR MHLBOURNE, And fortnightly thereafter. 'Via Uobart from Tli VXSIUPI'IXU KOlt Sydney. SYONEY AND QU£ENSLANO PORTS. SALOON TO LONDON*— Single, £3S 10/ to £77. WOL1.OW1EA ? I Mondjy i March IS j 3 p.m. Return, £71 IU/ to JC12L ? riiird Class, £17 7/, £1'J 13/, £20 1(5/. tjPFNPtp...

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