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A PLUCKY GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
A PLUCKY GIRL. The' trials through which an Onehunga N.Z.) girl, Miss D. Cunn.ngham, of Selwyn Street, has passed, caused her to be recently interviewed by a reporter; aod exceedingly' interesting her narrative proved. 'I must tell you,' said Miss Cunningham, 'that I am a native of Onehunga, and am consequently -well known here. My age is eighteen. About two years ago my trials began, for I then contracted bronchitis, which developed into consumption. I was afflicted with weakening night sweats, ema ciation, complete loss of appetite, and a hacking cough ; my expectorations were marked with blood. I was treated by skil ful doctors for six months, but at last'l was told I was a hopeless consumptive. But feeling that whilst there is life there is hope, I sent for a supply of Dr. 'Wfliams' pink pills for pale people, and after finishing two boxes was considerably benefited — the cough eased and I began to eat well; two more boxes cured -me. Since then I have been in excellent health.' ...
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
REPORTS. Great Tarcoab.-Week, February 21:-Sbtit on block 1041 wok to 26 ft Reef (all width of shift without either foot or bsagtog will show toe. Ground still hard. Last sinlbw hola tub* stowed alight change (or better. Ground has the appearance of bdnjr a little softer in bottom. Nice specks ot goU showing in drilling*. Work on block 1042 hat been vigorously pushed on without any important change. Warriesl.— February 10:— Have teen tome nice tae gora in panning off stone from back ot drive, tad found two nice little specimens where gold was Ant discovered. If tbb stone was to bottom of drive instead ot back I tboold fed pleated with it, but un tony to my there i* a hard bar of quartette to bottom ot drive, which stems to cut off qutrtr. Quartz rum to horitontil layer* about 10 ft. (ram writer, tad then it give* way to quartxite. - Star llfll ProprieUrr.— Week. Fetraiy 16.— About 10 tons of material (or tbe -puddler bat been brokqn, aad necessary pipes have been bid on to.mtrMne. -...
CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
CONCERNING PEOPLE. ?Sir John Forte*, 'Federal Minister of Ifcfenee, accompanied by Lady Forrest, passed tfanogk Adelaide on Thursday, en roots to Western Anatmlk. ' Sir John and lady Forrest arrived toy the Melbourne ex- , press. They were driven *ith Sir Samuel' -Way and Lidy Way to Montefiore, and afterwards joined the special mail train for Lugs Bay. Among others at North terrace Station to meet them were Lord Biohard Nevill, A.D.C. to Lord Tennyson, Sir Charles Todd, Brigadier Gen. Gordon, and Iieut.-CoL Crole Wynd ham. Sir John Forrest wants to be pre sent in his State during the elections. As soon as this woik has been concluded he will retain to Melbourne, where Jie pro poses to take np his residence for some time. ? The Premier, Eon. F. W. Holder, ad .dressed a meeting of electors at Port Pirie on Thursday evening, He will return to: Adelaide this morning. The Oommiftnoncr of Crown Lands, Hon. ' L. OToughlin, left Adelaide on Thursday j afternoon by too express for the south...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
FISH! FISH! FISH! LENT. LENT. LENT. OOl) FISH, dried, 3}d. lb. COD FISH, dried, exceptionally fine, 6td, it LING FISH, prime Scotch, 6jd. lb. SALMON, salt, very prime, Bd. lb. HERRINGS, salt, very choice, 1/3 doreS, HERRIKGS, »lt, good, 1/ dozen. ? HERRINGS, Bed, 1/9 doien. HERRINGS, Fraib, 6Jd. tin. : . HERRINGS, smoked in oil, 6d. tin. :' MACKEREL; English, 6d. each. ' OPEN ON FIUDAY EVENINGS UNTO 9 O'CLOCK, THE CITY GASH STORES, ' 45, BUNDLE STREET. sMfr NOVELTIES. « m PBESBIVTS 'iBB ABKrrUiQ BT ITERT MAIL. . VTsrroBa to Adelaide *»uid m* mi t» t» net the Tbnuandi of Bmtifal atd XH^ ArtielM in JewtUtrr, Watefcw, Bflm hSl Utthowaic, Jte. ^ F. BASSE'S NEW FREHISES 93»nd!HR[fNI-LESTREEl gojpp sardines, f OlD. UN. &2 \* Good Sheep Tongues, 1/ tin. Finest New Ling Fish (by the flA), 61d. lb. Very Choice New Cod Fish, 6Jd. 0). Finest American Salt Salmon, 5}d. lb. Extra Choice .Salt Herriogs, 1/4 dozen. Beit Fresh Herrings (MUne'i), Cld. bottle. Good Tomato Sauce, 2id. bottle. ...
FLEMINGTON TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
FLEMINGTON TRAINING NOTES. The tracks were in excellent order this morning. Vocalist was the one first to work, and ran a mile and a half on one sand in 2 min. 401 sec. Maltster and Paul Pry. wno were next seen, .worked on the ten, and ran a mile in 1 min. 47 sec.; Maltster had the best of the gallop. Advance was not asked to do more than even time work over 'five furlongs. Marie Oorelli. sprinted a couple of furlongs in 25 sec La Carabine but Clean Sweep derisively over a mile and a half on'the tea in 2 min. 40 sec. and then going on alone completed a two-mile course. The mare was stowed down a lot after kav ing her mate, bnt atilTshe must have tra velled the fall journey in about 3 min. 44 see. Barbarosss, unaccompanied, ran 10 furlongs on the sanding nun. 16J sec. Fin land, after taking wd^over even time to run four furlongs,, began to hit out, and covered the last mtie iff! min. 49 sec'. The Bride, ridden. , by Rostand Dreamland, with Lewis m-tjwiawv had a battle royal over two ...
VICTORIAN RACING CARNIVAL. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING THE BETTING MARKET. MELBOURNE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
VICTOWiN. RAQJNQ ' . CABN1YAL Y.K.C. ATJTUMN MEETING TxtE.-BETTDfG MARKET. [Prom Tarquin.jl MELBOURNE. PAruarir 28. The following tcratchjjga were reborded to-day:— All Enm(ement«-Snapshot. Sires' IVoduce .Stakes— l«orfree. The GeLuWBon* ni* Chrd. The Victorv. Newmarket Handi cap— Connrmnder (at 3 JO). Ascot Vale Stakes— Fin* Blood, Haymaker, Protege, Decahon, Black Watch, Lippen, Guniock. . ' In the betting market this morn ing Wakeful retained her position air first favourite for the 'New market Handicap at 4 to- I, bnt Advance receded to 8 to 1, at which price The Watchdog, who has been -in gooo. request all day, was also quoted. Jlan of Honour was m fairly strong dtmand,,ud he hardened * point ? -? . The Victorian Gub waa wdl attended to night, when the card for the Newmarket Handicap was read, but the volume of busi ness was not large. Wakeful was half * point easier, as rafter being- backed for a little at 9 to 2 that price was still on offer. Advance regained tae position he ...
HEAVY RAINS IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
HEAVY, RAINS IK'- THE' COUNTRY. The; Postmaster-General received the fol lowing,, telegram on Thursday morning from the postmaster at. Port Augusta:— 'North mail arrived at. 7 p.ra. on February 27, being 73 hours late. Delay was caused by heavy state of roads owing to recent heavy rains. A further telegram from the same source stated that the Yardea and Streaky Bay mails had arrived too late for the train on February 27. The mailman reported that the .road from Yardea to Pundurra was very heavy, owing to about 3 in. of rain having fallen all'through.' l.
MARINE BOARD STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
MARINE BOARD STATISTICS. The Marine Board, statistics for 1900 were submited at the meeting of the board on Thursday by the president (Mr. T. N. Stephens) , who read a concise summary of the1 tabulated figures. . They afford inte resting reading, aa they show the progress of our ports.,. The president COTgratulateU the officers of the board on their prompt ness ia collecting the Statistics. Great credit was due to them in view of- the amount of work that was involved in gathering the information from all parts of the colony. Thewardens endorsed the remarks of the president.
THE COMMONWEALTH PROCESSION. THE ORDER OF PRECEDENCE. DISCUSSED BY THE WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. MELBOURNE. February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
THE COMMONWEALTH PRO0ES .SION. THE ORDER OF PRECEDENCE. DISCUSSED BY THE WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. - - atELBOURNE. Fehniarv 98. At the annual conference of the Weslevan Methodist churches of Victoria and l'as mania to-day . the Rev. Thomas Adameon submitted a motion dealine with 'the ordw of precedence of tlie representative religious bodies at the Commonwealth procession in Sydney on January- 1. The motion affirm ed that the conference approved of the ac tion.of the presidents of the Wesleyan lie t'bqdist churches in standing out of the pro cession as a protest against the position as signed to them. The motion also claimed, first, 'that the Federal Government should give effect to the principle of religious equality. . Second, that at State functions churchmen ehould rank according to the numerical strength of -.their denominations as determined by census. Third, that had the order of precedence on January 1 been strictly followed the first place in the Protestant community would have ...
TO-DAY'S DIARY. Friday, March 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
TO-DAY'S DIARY. Fridflv. Mnrrh 1 Sun rises 6.4 a.m., sets 0.54 p.m. Moon rises 4.0 p.m., sets 1.51 mm. Semaphore.— High aod low water doubtful. 0-5.— -Frome road— Zoological Gardens. - . ? 10.— Jubilee Oval— Interstate Tennis. 8.— Port Town Hall-Sir John Downer and 8& II. 0. Baker address electors. B.— Tivoli Theatre— Vaudeville entertainment. B.— Theatre Royal— 'The Bohemian Girl.' Exempt nights for lights on vehicles tin Hard) 5 inclusive. t *r-
EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
' EARLY CLOSING. - - An' organization knownas' the Port Ade laide Trade'' Association has been lorined, with the object of securing an amendment in the Early Closjng Act,^with the view of making the Wednesday? 'half-holiday ; com- pulsory. Over 50 menlbers' have enrolled, and the executive claim to have the majori ty of the local business people with them. It. ia asserted that the Saturday closing is detrimental to. trade, but the granting of a. half-holiday is strongly advocated. The main purpose of ,ihe association is the re moval of restrictions on the small traders.
THE COMMONWEALTH ACT MISINTERPRETED. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
THE COMMONWEALTH ACT MISLN ? TERPRETEp. To the Editor. Sir— A misunderstanding is abroad that the federal revenue must be raised by cus toms taxation, and that any measure of direct taxation for federal purposes is un constitutional. Air. hjrfcpatncfc seems to be under tbis misapprehension, for he is reported to have said— 'It mattered not who was returned; it was provided in the Commonwealth Act that the revenue should be raised through tbe customs.' He is altogether mwtakwi, for nowhere is it provided in tbe constitation that the re venue should be raised through the cus toms. The only douse which could, be so misconstroed reads— 'Uniform duties of customs shall be imposed within two years after the establishment of the Common wealth,' and a uniform duty on. opium,' for instance, would meet the requirements of the constitution as regards customs taxa tion, but would be a long way abort of meeting tbe wants of the federal treasury. Practically, tbe whole of the federal re venue cou...
SEED WHEAT AND DISTRESSED FARMERS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
SEED WHEAT AND DISTRESSED FARMERS. ? To the Editor. Sir— The district / councite and other bodies in the more favoured parts ' of the north h?ve' been busily engaged trying to ameliorate the condition of the drought stricken fanners by collecting seed wheat for the ensuing year. Their efforts have been fairly successful; but not sufficiently so to anything like meet the demands that wfll be urgentl)' made. It would be a graceful and statesmanlike act for our Go vernment to step in and, subsidise the said fund pound .for pound, and so swell it into such proportions as would enable it to meet *ll requirements in the seed wheat line: I am, Sir, Ac, ? R. d. GRANT. Appila North, February 28.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
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AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROTAiL Notwithstanding nhe intense heat Biere was a splendid attendance at the Theatre Royal on Thursday evening, when Wag ner's neat onera 'Lohenarm' was etasad for the second time this ' season. Import ance was lent to the occasion by the first appearance in Adelaide of Madame SUpoff ski, who played the part of Elsa, a role in- which she created a great impression in » the eastern capitals. The new soprano displayed a pure, ringing voice of admirable quality and wide range, which she used with the ease and finUn of. an oocompliim ed artiste. . Her declamation was invari ably effective, and her enunciation excel lent, while her singing of the love music with Lohengrin was a model of tenderness and finish. Sladame Slapoffaki's efforts were received with great enutusiasm, and at tne dose of each act she shared the honour of a call with the other principally Her fu ture appearances in this role will be eagerly ?welcomed by local music lovers. All the obher principa...
DEATH OF DR. J. S. MACKINTOSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
DEATH OP DR. J. S. ;: MACKINTOSH. ?We regret to announce tbe death of' Dr. J. S. Mackintosh, who passed away at his residence, Semaphore road/Glanville, at a late hour on Wednesday nieht. Tne deceased gentleman/ who was 86 years of age. was one of tbe oldest practitioners in (South Australia both as regards years and the date of registration. He was regis tered in Adelaide on J uly 5, 1852. Until two or three years ago be continued his prac tice in the Port Adelaide district, and de spite the increasing weight of yean main tained his well-known activity. Dr. Mack intosh was admitted a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1837, and in the fol lowing year took; the M.D. degree after six years study at Edinburgh University and also at private classes: He then went to Paris, and studied at the Hotel Dieu and the La Charite Hospital. It was there that he obtained his first knowledge of the stethoscope, for tbe French were then far io advance of the English medical faculty in the us...
CRYSTAL BROOK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
CRYSTAL BROOK RACER. The Wlowiag nominations have' been received' lor' the above races;— Flying Hwdicap.-finby. Kooriota, Ootmtets, Tuna. Eaaibh Ivy. Tornado. PrimubVWincbetter, rstieact, .Bottrba, Farthb, tad Bettlam. Htadicap Hnrdlet.-Otrryo««BB, . WOdflowtr, Sympathy, Black Beat, aad Tht Scamp. Crystal Brook Handicap.- MtggfeMoore, Thr Pretm. Starlight, Sepoy, Kerrhra, Tans, aad Handicap Trot-Pipe Track. Noble, Barunga. Fly, Ltdy Julia. Bbmarck, aad Chester. . . Btetatoo Bandicap.-Mafgl« Moor*, Thunder Queen, Tornado. Tomboy, Mania, Merriwa, Par thb, Wlncbester, Pitbace, Botarba, aad Best lett - , Fatkeville. February S.-Tbe annual meeting of tbe PattarrUle aad Kalpara Racrag Club wss bell btld it the Railway Hotel on Toetday. The bsl ?act Sheet showed the dub to be in a flourbrdne ttete. At the meeting on February » over £tS wat paid in ttakes; OK bad ntsicd through the U-telbttor, tad the crab would begin tbe pres ent year rree'from debt, aad with a credit bai saea of ovtr WO. ...
THE NEWMARKET HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901
THE NEWMARKET HANDICAP. Ine following are the probable starters and jockeys:— ' 1 . . MELBOURNE. February M. Hone. ~ -;? Blow. . P&iii'Piy ?? ?? ??**?? — . ' ??» ?, .* ???? Advance.. ? O. Jenkins. ? Fulminate .. .. .. C. T. Godby Maltster ? W. Powell , Australian .. .. .. .Hofanea: The Watch Dog .. J. (tough. Tbe Fortune Teller.. A. Scott. ' Marie Oortlli .... W. Bun. So Long .. .. .: ;. S.Uwb. ? Polyxena ......... C. Price. ? . Wakeful.. ? ?? ?? ?* fioaa.-. -,. ??.- Hetrtay ? ...Milkr. , , . CotTOMIldCf ?? ?? ?* 'TlllfWf. Man of Honour... .. W.'Bedfaara. - Ferryman ? .W.' Smith. Juggler .. ;. ..? .; D»nlor4 O,. — sslilsial - ' M !?-?«- ' m Voroe .. .. ...?. .iBtsflttta. Tha Toitar .. .. .. A. Bkbtnbon. Epltom* ? W. Bom. Thron ? Carter.