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WEEKLY CALENDAR. March 3—9. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

? WEEKLY CALENDAR. ? ? ? March 3-9. Dajsoftb.8 | :Sod. Moon. A^ Yr.'Mb, Wk. Rises Seti. lliaes. Set*. Time.' a.m. p.m. . p.m. a.m. -rn. »:? C2 3 Bu. 6 6 (i 51 S 23 3 SO 27 59 63 4 M. 6 7 6 50 5 54 .4 47 '27 46 . 64 5 Tn. 6 8 0 49 6 24 5 44 27 S3 65 0 W. 0 9 6 47 « 53 C 40 27 19 66 7 Til. 6 10 6 45 7 24 7 35 27 0 67 8 -,r.,, 6 11 0 43'.. 7- 65 8-3S 56 60 OS 9 8 6 11 6 48 1 8 30 0 29 20 35 * To get Standard Time. ASTRONOMIC tt, PHENOMENA Full Jloon ort 'March % At 6 3-i p vn^ On Mtar«h 3, Meru.ry w in\isihle. Venus rises at 4 53 a m , Man sets at 4 59 a m , Jupiter rises at 1 1 » m,, and Saturn n=es at J 30 a.m

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

BAROMETRICAL READINGS. . The f Allowing table has been constructed from observations recorded in this office .for every, six horns' during the last three days and for this morn ing. Height above sea level, 147 ft.* — 3 a.m. 9 a.m. 3 p.m. 9 p.m. Wednesday ...... .29.85. 29.90 29.89 20.80 Thursday . 29 77 29 85 29 79 JO 74 Friday .. 2974 J9S1 2080 298!) Note —Barometer 20 80, stationary, at 2 o'clock this morning;- cloudy.

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THE FEDERAL TARIFF. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE FEDERAL TARIFF. To the Editor. ' Sir— The Hon. A. A. Kirkpatrick, speak ing at llindmarsh, said — 'It was provcied in the Commonwealth Act that the revenue should lie raised in the first p!ace bv cus toms duties, lhe hon. gentleman is either ignorant, or, to use his own term, Ire is a ''fakir,' for nowhere does the constitution provide for anything of the soit. The Pre mier in his speech at the town hall dso tried to confuse the electors.. Referring to the loss on' intercolonial duties, Ire 'says ''re couping these did not mean a new impost,' with which I agree; but when he goas on to say that the Federal Government must not encroach on State rights by imposing direct taxation he is simply bluffing, for he knows that it would not be an encroachment, hut a right. If the Federal Government elect to levy direct taxation instead of indirect, it will be no more a new inrpoSst than raid ing additional, taxat'on through t':e cus toms to make up the loss on intercolonial duties. Mr. Hol...

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DEATH OF GRIZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

DEATH OF GRIZZLE. The well-known racehorse Grizzle broke her leg at Drysdale yesterday, and had to be destroyed. ? The followins horses arrived at Fleminir ton to-day from Queenseliffe:— Juggler, Cre tonne, Gossip, Elderslie, Carolina, and Pa«K-ver. Mr. MciDonaid brought down with liim from Geelonjr, in addition to Wakeful, An rpui', Kini;like, Revenue, and Regained. Some of these will not start at the meet ing, but as Mr. McDonald will soon be laivinn St. Albans he brought all his horses with him. The arrival of Polyxena from Burrumbeet is also announced. - ?

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THE CORONATION OATH AND ROMAN CATHOLICISM. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE CORONATION OATH- AND - ROMAN CATHOLICISM. VvC To the Editor.' air— 1 do not wish to start a religious controversy in your columns, but there are two serious misapprehensions in the notices of this subject. 1'our cablegram stated that iving iidward has 'denied the sacrifice of the Mass.' The article in question (No. xxxi.) makes no such denial. WliaV it proscribes is 'the sacrifices of masses.-' The plural makes all the difference. Those who drew up the article: were scholars, 'and wrote accurately. They at: once go on to explain this popular.. Roinai doctrine which they, and with, them' all the Anglican .com munion, repudiate.' Its'e'rrpr consisted just in the rjlural number. People, believed that multiplied masses added a' numerical value to the one sacrifice upon the Cross, and that the priest did- not re-present, but actually re-offer, that one sacrifice. I do not find in Anglican formularies any denial of tie sacriheial nature -of the Holy Communion, and in her theologians I...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

To the Editor. Sir— Mr. Douglass statements at tatt Uraidla meeting on Tuesday are as inaccu rate as they are startling. He savs there , are i.000 apple' growers averaging 800 bujh els each, anfl-ne puts tne loss uown ..us £80,000, caused By the .regulations which, prevent the sale of wormy fruit. Tlie in ference is that this 1,600,000 bushels refer red to is all wormy. He also states that fully 70 per cent, of the fruit grown is in fected. Tlie total crop, therefore, of these infested districts would be fully 2,283,C00 bushels annually, to-tay nothing of the very large quantities vroduced in orchards still free. Now, will thsse figui«3 bear emiuirv? South Australia has never yet pro- ? duced one-half of this quantity in one year; there aie not 2,000 growers averaging 8'.0 bushels 'each; and the Iosj of £80,100 \3 extravagantly absurd. Assuming that all the growers averaged 200 liusheh per acre —a very fair average— we hive, according to Mr. Douglas's figures, 11,425 acres «f in fes...

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FRUIT AND CODLIN MOTH. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

FRUIT AND CODLIN MOTH. To the Editor. Sir— There is a possibility of another deputation waiting on the Government to advocate the reconstruction or withdrawal of the codlin moth regulations. The regu lations are to De denounced as useless, the moth is to be represented as the conqueror, and ? fruitgrowers are {p be told that- they must_ submit to its depredations in silence and inactivity. Are those growers outside the metropolitan area awake? Do they, think 'of what is in store, for them? Be cause some of those who have allowed the codlin moth to gain. a strong hold are tired of lighting it they want to extend the jiesb to all. They say it is in every district., Perhaps it is to a small extent^ even iiv Clare; but it is a shame that it is so, and! vigorous measures ' should be enforced against- any who neglect proper precau tions, to stop the increase. It amounts to this— Is fruitgrowing worth following as an industry? If so, deal with it in a busi nesslike way. Most o£ the country...

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A PURE MEAT SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

A PURE MEAT SUPPLY. The question of the meat supply is claiming special attention in Mel bourne. A law will' shortly come into oneratlon there with the purposes of excluding diseased meat from the market by a thorough system of inspec tion and providing effective supervision of public and private, abattoirs. The Adelaide Corporation is contemplating the issue of a loan witli the object of, among other things, .erecting urgently required modern central abattoirs.. In vonnectiou with this improvement jt has been suggested .that when, the scheme shall have been carried out slaughtering for 'Greater Adelaide' ought to be confined wholly within the civic premises; but in Melbourne both public and private establishments exist together. This fact is important, because opposition to the Adelaide Council's project has arisen from owners' of slaughterhouses who have incurred heavy expense in conforming to the strictest sanitary requirements, and who not unnaturally protest against being depri...

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AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. MEADOWS SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

fAGRlCULTURAL SHOWS. 1 MEADOWS SOUTH. .'?-The ninth 'annual show of. the local branch- of the Agricultural Bureau was held ai the Meadows on February 28. The 'addition of live stock' to the list of .exhibits has improved the 1' shows' T considerably, and .'? the committee,; desirous of still increasing tne opportunities for ?exhibitors, : gave prizes for pigs and poultry, and increased ? the value of rifcirer prwes. Much of thS success of, the' show was 'due to the energetic sec retary,' Mr. D. D. Murphy. The commit tee, which' this year had' a credit balance of over .€30 against 10s;' the previous ysar, have brought, the exhibition to an excellent standard.* - Splendid'- weather prevailed, which' probably' accounted partly for' the large attendance;. £37 was taken at -the gates. Mr.1' A'. 'McDonald, M.P., declara phe show'open. The entries in. jams and jellies were more numerous than previous ly.; The collection of canned fruit was said to-foe eoual to*6ny shown in the State, jhe d...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. SATURDAY'S "JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

KEWS OF THE DA7. SATURDAY'S 'JOUBXAL.' 'Tlie Evening Journal' to-day w.ll con tain a budget of carefully selected articles bearing on subjects of public and general interest. The large photographs to be re produced will be those of Mjr.-Gen. Pole Carew, whose name has become famous through, that soldier's career in South Africa, and his wife, Lady Beatrice Pole Carew. A particularly interesting feature of the issue will be a fac-simile of a letter written by the late Queen Victoria to her mother at the age of 9. The news of the dav will be published as usual.

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DEATH OF MR. CHARLES PIKE. SENIOR ENGINEDRIVER OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

DEATH OF MIC CHARLES PIKE. SENIOR ENGINEDRIVER OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.   Mr. Charles Sidney Pike died at his re   sidence, Princes street, Alberton, late on Thursday evening, after a protracted ill ness, at the age ot 54 years. The decease gentleman was the senior engine driver in the service of the South Australian Rail     ways, and during his long connection with the Government he won high esteem and respect. Born at Bowden in 1847 he first   entered the goods department, and subse quently had charge of the shunting, which was then, performed by horses. At this time there was only one railway line, and that from the city to Port Adelaide. About six trains were, run daily, the last leaving at half-past 5 in the. afternoon. Mr. Pike joined the locomotive department in 1862, the late Mr. Charles S. Hare being general traffic manager, and the late Mr. J. F. Clark, locomotive superintendent. He serv ed two or three years in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND HORTI CULTURAL SOCIETY. Intending competitors nre reminded that entries for horses in action for the .'how beginning on the Jubilee Grounds on Thursdav. March 7, close with the secre tary, Mr. John Creswell; 29, Waym:uh street, at 4 p.m. on Monday next. This section comprises ponies in single and dou ble hame-s and saddle, single buggy horses pairs, section fours for the militaiy, hun ters up to 12 st. and 14 st., high-jumping ironies and horses, tandem and four-in-hard teams. Mr. A. T. Anderson, of Creswick, Victoria, will act as judge. Entries also close on Monday at 4 p.m. for collections of fruit ana vegetables. Arrangements have been completed for the show to be open on Thursday night, when li grand con cert will be given. Cawthorne's 0rchestr.1l band will provide the music, and Mrs. Old 81am, Miss Hack, arid Mr. Nitschke will take part. Should the weather be hot, a continental will also be given. There will be excursion fares on all the railways. THE SAL...

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THE NEW STAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

THE NEW STAR. Sir Charles Todd has kindly supplied us ?with the. fallowing notes on the new star in Perseus, prepared by Mr. E. F. Grif fiths: — 'The interesting cablegram re lating to the sudden appearance ot a new star of exceptional brilliance in the constellation Perseus, recalls instances of other similar appearances. This eonstella tion is not in a good position for observa tion at Adelaide, as it so far north that it only skirts the north horizon. Just now it is on the meridian at a little after 4 p.m., and seta in the north-west about 8 o'clock, so that it is possible the new star may be glimpsed here in the twillight. Per seus is easily recognisable, as the constella tion to the north-west of the familiar group of the Pleiades, and is noteworthy as the constellation in which is to be found Al gol (Beta Persei), the celebrated variable —the 'Demon Star' as it was termed by the ancients. Algol, changes from the second to the fourth magnitude in about ?three days. These sudden...

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METHODIST CONFERENCE. THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

METHODIST COiNFERENCE. THIRD DAY. The sessions of the Methodist' Conference were resumed in PHlc; street Church on Friday --ittorriing: -^ :',Tli-r'-. president --(Rev. Thomas PiDerV occupied the chair. Xhe Rev. .William' Reed presented- a re-' port and balance sheet in connection with the children's fund.;' .The latter showed that the fund wag in a. relatively worse posi tion than last- year to the extent of £7, and that.there was a balance of £102 2s. 8d. due to- the bank. The report and balance-sheet were adopted.' Votes of thanks' were, ac corded to the Rev. W. Reed- and Mr.'; D.' Davidson for 'their services' as ' treasurers of the fund, and to 3tr. A. Langsford, who had acted as auditor.' The 'treasurers were reappointed, and Mr.. W. Lathlean was elec ted auditor. Sessional resolutions relating to tiic fund were 'carried. '. The treasurer of the' wprnout ministers' fund (Rev. W. G.: Clarke)' presented -' report,1., which was adopted: The Rev.vW. G-. Clarke and Dr. . lir'uihmct...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

Sif f pill MflT'Ct itlfillLAWo . SAC SUITS, in Tweed, Serge, and Melange, 50', 55/, 60/, 63/, to order. Crash Coat and Trousers, 23/, to order. 16 AND 18, HDTDLEY-STREET WHY AJRE WATERBURY WATCHES SO POPULAR? They are Cheap. TVRC, A TTQF They are Durable. IJUUtt.U-JJU They are Bel able ™^'™1™™^^ They are obtainable everywhere. They ar e as. sarvieeabie as a . ? ? high-prleed Wateh. ? t ? ( ? 44wse. BUSINESS NOTICES BUSINESS NOTICES i*,TL WINES (Toted.) Phenomenal Triumph. I A f\ Unrivalled Quality. III il fiutt^JL £*k*lJj& ««2 toVafo, 3 cham::io2T cups 3T* 4 WINS SHOWS. '* '? Bl»l»Wj Apply for S\mpl«i ami Price-lists at tho VINT. CHEMIST,. : YARDS, MAQILL (Telephone COS); or Town 69 RUVDLE ST °ffiCe- 8ELB0RNE CHAMS.-R3, PIRIB B, BUSDLE^. STREET (Telephone 529). 351-hft78 BRANDON'S simpsons BOOT SALE TAN KS Will positively CLOSE en the 18th V^« Bat Mike. Mar h, on. which day we shall ? .-. &» viiue. ? Open our NEW SHIPMENT of ' ^^ ***? Terted WINTER GOODS, ~ comprisin...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

To the Editor. ?£jir— Will you allow me to show the small storekeepers how to drive the proverbial' eoa«3i and four Qirpugt the above iniquitous AcCso fhafthey may carry on their busi nesses unju it j3 repeaiea :. uausc io, i«i i. o, sajis: the^siopkeeper -shall' 'close his shop, by-ceasinfi.for the. remainder of. the.. day to. sell or offer goods therein.' There is' nd thing, to -prevent his felling them outside, provided 'he vdo6s hot'bawlc them? when he 5vUl 'recpfire.V Jicence;.' He must' be very careful nof to do anything whipt might be heldto mean. an offer from within the shop. A good plan would be to cover 'the gooda in- the^window, close, the door, place a no tice outside the premises that' business will be carried . on; in th« garden,- and he had better not talk to tie customer about pur chases until both are out:'of the building, ?\vbsn he, can sell him what he likes. He must not forget that 'Shop mean.5 any poi cion,-'-or the whole of any ibuilding,- stall, tent, -vehicl...

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CORPORATIONS. ST. PETERS: Friday, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

CORPORATIONS. ST. PETERS:. Friday. March 1. /Present— The mayor (Mr.' G. H. Glover),' Alder men Cooriibc, Staecy, and McDougall, Crs. Hutchison, Bradley, Potthast, McDonougli, Col ligan, Bailey, Langsford, and M1IK.T. Mf. J. uaskey, ex-cliainnun of tne sutidleworlli District Council, occupied a scat on the dais.— Correspon- dence— Mr. (i. Barlow wrote asking- that' water tuble on ilapill road and Belgravc terrace should be cleaned. To ber informed that matter was under consideration of tiic' council. The S.A.T. Company wrote 10 the effect that an allowance would be made for water in the tar supplied. — Finance.— Receipts, £1'J 0s. Id. ; expenditure, £1«8 0s. id.; dr. bank balance, £875- 0s. Sd.T-In moving thc adoption of the finance committed report Cr. Langsford' stated that the bank over-' draft- stood at £1,024 fe. »d. ' Adopted.— Worka committee recommended that the following ten ders be accepted to metal:— J. Dynon, Hackney Ward, 750 jardb, liuidbroken, at 5s. per jard; ;M. Mor...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

To the Editor. Sir_The effusions of the Secretary of the Early Closing Association remind .one of the 'three tailors of Tooley street, who are said to have presented a. petition be rinning-'AVe, the people, ot jMigana. He also, wth other of your correspondents, ; seems to forget, that abuse is not argument. . The fact remains, and is only too sadly reilized. that th« Early Closing Associa tidu is the cause of loss and discomfort to thousands of people. Most of us must work to: live, and if by- Working longer hours we ; can e;irn a little more it is shameful tot ; our la.ws vrevent us from dpmg so. Will tire 'Government provide for the many who ; art- losing their means of living? There are already too miiny unemployed, but, iE this law is enforced there will scon; be num bers more. Some of our wealthy shop keepers would be holding, very different positions at present if in their early days they had been hampered by such unjust restrictions as arc now imposed by the Early Closins Ass...

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TRANSFER OF THE POST AND TELEGRAPH SERVICES. AN INTERESTING GATLERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

TUANbFER OF THE POST AND TiiiLiiGUAPll JsEKViUES. AX INTERESnXG GATHERING. The l'o-t and i(.kgid|t.. Uu-ji-. ^ ^al of Souih Absjun v.as'iounal.y tr n Liivd 'o. Juueral cu..trol ou Fii a.it and the ofi'ceifl cvmemtd rxoeiied t a. Jie iCoiOi. do kttvett mo:e than ,sjjs.no notic«.. . t n^oji -iL of the cnipiO} es v.o .oiiiu be spiled fiom then diitieafor a fe«- rainui. = assem bled m tlie o, trntiag-r.oiii a d ».in= 'God Suve the Aing.' B j..ul.aiili.Ui- y ue mincers of Lite i'u=t and ien.g ..p.i ite, artine 1 in -\1elD0uine, Jsyd.ie.i, iin-oane, Hobart, and I'ei-ili joined in t.ie n..tioiUi avAw , the signa. be.n^ gi e» .0 all t.i se st . ons by ^lr. J. J. Wats n, the oiiaer in choige of the Adelaide qpeiutingio^m. An inte lest.ng gatherino followed -n a lar,;e ru m at use i ost oiiiee. JU-. J. J. Watson, add c^ing the De.uty Po.-t.jaster-t.en.r. 1, Sir Chiles Todd, oiid that at the »a.ne b at the oilier f fi. post and telegraph uepa.tmenia l the six federating ci, i.aU ha*. jo.heJ in...

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NOTES ON NINETY CELEBRITIES. THE MAN WHO "HEARD THE MEAT FRY." LONDON, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

NOTES ON NINETY CELEBRITIKS. THE MAX WHO 'HEARD THE MEAT FRY.' [From our Special Correspondent.] .LONDON, January '^5. Mjr. J. B. Pond is to Amciicu what Mr. mucii-trdvelled Sm\6he u to Austi-alid. a jirovider ol intellectual tt'eats lor ilic Iconic m the way of leUuiea bv s:me of iite- niosi lamons men - ox tne time, xiis latest celebrity is Mr. Winston Cnurcbnl, M.I', 'liie major has just published d book under the title of 'J&centricfties ot Geniuh — .Memories, of 1* ambus Men and Womeu of the Pldtform and Stage;' and the volume is exceptionally interesting. Tbe American has acted as agent tor more great stars tiian any other man liwing, and ha»., -thereiore, had much opportunity for laying up a stock of observation and anecdote lor futuiv pro ductwn. He 'ran'' Mis. Brigham I'cung (the kit and 19th wife), J. B. Gough, Henry Ward lieecher, Wendell Plulliiii, IJdtihc^ Araold, Tdlmnge, ? Emerson, and a host of othei-b— his book includes word pictuies oi ninety u ell-known pe...

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