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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO DR. ESAU [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO DR. ESAU.                                 WOODSIDE, February 21.— In the Wood-   side Institute, on Tuesday evening, a com- plimentary dinner was tendered to Dr. Esau by the members of the Loyal Onka- paringa Lodge of Oddfellows on his sever- ance in an official capacity with the lodge. For 42 years Dr. Esau had held the office of treasurer, and, owing to the demands of increased age, he recently decided to re- linquish this post. Advantage was taken to present the doctor with a numerously signed and handsomely illuminated address, testifying to the esteem in which he is held. A sumptuous repast was provided by Mr. E. W. Lowen, of the Woodside Hotel. Mr. C. W. Fowler presided. An excellent programme of music was contri- buted. .The toasts of ...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HARBOUR ACCOMMODATION IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

HARBOUR ACCOMMODATION IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The Premier is trying to take advantage of the presence in Australia of Mr. W.   Lindon Bates to secure from him a report   on the harbours of South Australia. Mr. Holder told Parliament last session that he would endeavour to obtain expert opinion on the matter, and when Mr. Bates was passing through Adelaide this week Mr. Holder asked him if he would undertake to report on the south-eastern ports, a grav- ing dock, and an outer harbour. Mr. Bates promised to let Mr. Holder know in a few days whether he would undertake the work and what his fee would be. When the answer is received the matter will be considered by Cabinet. Mr. Bates is a specialist in harbour construction. He has carried out extensive works, among others, for the Russian, United States, and Dutch Governments, and he was commissioned to report on a scheme for widening and deep- ening the Suez Canal. About two years ago Mr. Bales was engaged by the Q...

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

To the Edtior   Sir--No change, however ; desirable and     generally beneficial, but is accompanied by more or less of incidental and individual convenience, hardship, or injury. This   is but to say that nothing human is per fect. Consideration for the few, however, must give place to consideration for the many; and the governing principle in all legislation should be the greatest good of the greatest number. Good intentions are, well enough in a way, and so far as they go, but we have authority for the assertion that a certain unnameable locality is paved with such. An affectionate young bear watching by his sleeping master was great ly troubled to see how the flies disturbed his.slumbers, and.when at least one of them, more pertinaceous than the rest, settled on his nose, the bear could bear it no longer, and so, bringing down his paw, killed the fly indeed, but also killed his master; and unless the Early Closing Association, ...

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KALGOORLIE SHOOTING AFFAIR. KALGOORLIE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

KALGOORLIE SHOOTING AFFAIR, KALGOORLIE., March 1. Alexander .Muir Houston, who was shot by William James Darmody on January 28, died this morning. At the time of the shoot- ing the wound was not considered danger- ous, a fortnight later serious symptoms set in causing doubt of recovery. Four days ago he had a relapse, and hemorrhage to-day resulted in his death. Darmody is in custody, but is callous and unconcerned. An inquest was opened to-day and adjourn- ed. Houston earned considerable notoriety on the occasion of a torpedo explosion at Queenscliffe, when he gallantly rescued   several men from drowning.

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DRAMATIC NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 2 March 1901

DRAMATIC NOTES [By Bohemian.] ' Marie Lloyd left for Australia on . Feb ruary 15. Tbe'Muaic Hall 'arid THeatre ieview' for January 25 contains the fol ? owing capital sketch of this famous arr tiste:— iipw . mucn Mane. Liioya...wiu. no missed during the 12 monUja' absence' in Australia it would be hard- indeed to say. No; other artiste has exactly her hold on the public. ? Hers is a, personality which makes itself felt- both priva-tely and in the . music hall. 'There is now only ;a short fortnight before she departs, and she will leave a blank only to be filled by her safe return: Already is the house in King''' Henry's road showing signs of .her coming ' departure. Parcels and telegrams arrive , in a constant stream, callers are numerous and varied, business apnointmentj- and friendly visitors come .on the top of each ?? .- other, 'dresses have, to' be. fitted and pur-, chases looked. at, and through it all the telephone bell continually, and impera$iv£ly-..- demands attention. - H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

LISTEN! SUGAR. SUGAR. SUGAR. Fine White Crystal, 2d. per lb., or 11/S per bag. FISH. FISH. FISE. At special prices— Fresh Hernrijrs, Kippered li:r rings, Salt Ilerrings, Salt Salmon, Ling, BoncUss Cod: FACTORY BUTTEK, DAIRY BUTTER, A.VO _?. rAsriu' BtrrrKit. Cold and hard as granite, straight ' fru-n Oh; freezing show case at any time of this hotWatlier. Inspection invited. -' ICE. . ICE. ICE. ? In blocks- at 5d. per block, or 3 -blocks for 1/. AH Groceries best quality. and lowest prices. CHARLiCK BROS. ... ,-.- ,nG0c S.MAYHELL& SON'S QREAT Furniture Sale, COIHMEIVCI^ MARCH 4, Wl. ' MUST BE REDUCED REGARDLESS OF COST. Every Article a Bargain, and Marked iiPlain Figures. . ' 11 m. ? 0 ? WALK THROUGH OUR SHOWROOMS AND SEE OUR PRICES. ' WE DO NOT ASK YOU TO BUY. , ' . . RTJISrr-L:E STREET- ATyKT^AJCDE. w tifltmgffin

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

ACCURATE_ MODELS. 'LONG TOIL' PENCILS. ' -SIX-INCH SHELL' PENCILS. ? ! A knife, pencil, buttonhook, and . mani cure that will work, and yet be small enough for a bracelet charm. Other artistic and useful Gunmetal Goods. ANDERSON &HALL, * THE JEWELLERS, BROOKMAN'S AND GRENPELL ' . BUILDINGS. n40mt^cz '? V - ? ' FINE OLB IMPORTED WHISKY 22/6 PER GALLON, MM/ W J»r included. -. . IMPORT COMPANY'S STORES.; GRENFELL-STREET. n2S*aa« THE K ING OF TEAS AMBOORH n5T'6S '

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BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

BAROMETRICAL READINGS. The following table has - been ' constructed ? from observations recorded in this office for every six Itoure during the last three days and for this morn ing. Height above sea -level, :147 ft.:— - ' ? 3a.m. 9a.m. ''3'p.iri.' 9p.m. Friday .. .... ... 25.74 29.81 ' 29.80 '29.89 Saturday ? 29.89 ? 29.S5,-, 29.84 29-.M; Sunday.. :...?...- 29.84 .;-.\ ?SO.gi s ;2gt8*-i^ 29.86 .- Note. — Barometer 29,86, steady, at S o'clock tins piorpin?; cloudy, :; ; , ;.. .j, .

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WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. Forecast' of probable weather from Saturday af ternoon till -Monday night. Issued at 1.10 p.m. on Saturday. \ South Australia.— Mostlv eloiidv: ' Brattoi™! showers; no. strongly marked change, but gradually becoming cooler in south parts, though still close at first Inland . still sultry and unsettled;' 'with further rains. Light south and south-east winds. Sea smooth. Western - Australia (supplied by Mr. - W. E. Cookc).— Mostly fine, but hot or sultry, through out, with scattered thunderstorms. TBe weather chart this morning shows a mode rate monsoonal area still lying all over central Australia, but we now hare a ljigh-prosure area moving along the south coastline towards this State' in the neighbourhood of the Leuwin. This will mean a pradua! cooling down of the weather over our southern districts, but there will be no strongly marked windy change, and it will 'con tinue sultry, but gradually improving. Slight showers fell during1 the night from the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

SHARES SOLD AND BOUGHT MONEY UKJVT. ASiliSR & KING, JAlffjjrKEW ZEALAND CUAMUEK3, PIRIE fU

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

The best Medicine known is SANDER & SONS' - EUCALYPTI FATUACT. Test its eminent power ful effect in Coughs,. Colds, Influenza; the riliel ' is instantaneous. In serious eases, and accidehtl ????-' of all kinds, be they wounda, burns, ecaldjnfs, hruiws, sprains, it is the'safett remedy— oo.iwtl- ling, no inflamroition. . Like nirpriainr cflects pro-, duccd in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflanuni- - tion. of lunys, swelling-, ic., diarrohei, dyscR* tenr, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. 8ANDEB; * SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT ia lu~~. me at luapita]* and medical clinics all ortr. th« tUbe; natrcniMd by Hii Majoty tlie Kin» of Italy, erowaed with medals and diplomu at Manatieoil MJfcitiattesterdam. Trwt ia thi» tppm*] ?tide ndnltet til atom. SttnirM

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

' THE RAINFALL. The ?following are the quantities of rain regis tered at the undermentioned 'places for the 24 hours ended at !- a.m. on Saturday,' March 2:— Adelaide ? 0.22 i Nuriootpa . . . .: . 0.06 Brwk Creek .... 0.14 1 Angaatori ? ? 0.03 Burrundie ? 0.33 f Tanuhda '. . .... O.Oi Pine Creek . . . 1.09 Lyndoch ...... O.Oi Barrow Creek . . .- OJOS .Mallala ''. '. . ... o.li Alice Springs'. '.? . 0.04 '-RdsWofthy .... .0.0!) Cradock ...'... 0.05 (Jawlcr . . V . ... 0.02 Wilson ...... 0.17 Smithfleld ? 0.02 Gordon. ? Mo Tivo Wells .... '0.32 Vardca ? 0.05 .Virginia ...... 0.13 Port Gcrmein . . . 0.09 Salisburv .'. . . .' 0.10 Port Pine ..... 0.00 Teatree Gully . . . 0.12 Crystal Brook ... 0.22 North Adelaide ; . 0.16 fort Broughton ... . 0.0Z- .Brighton . 1... ..,' . -OJif! Bute ? 0.25 Glenelg:... ? . 0.20 Hammond' ? 0.1b Magill. ? 0.03 Bruce ? 0.04 Mitcham ? ' 0.29 Willowie ...... 0.07 Crafers ....... 0.05 Wilmington . . . . 0.01 .Uraidla . . . ...,0.05 ^'clrosc ? 0.2S Clarendon' ...

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THE ROYAL VISIT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

; THB'ROYAL-'\IISH1.'.. To the Editor. ; Sjr-^rlt. is surely time that we heara something of what is to'be done in Ade laide; on the occasion, of the visit- of the ' Duke ; of , Gofnwajl. South. Australia ..Kna^' sunk so. low— or has' been pulled down so much- by. ;her: Government— tiat we can hardly, perhaps, expect much, geetng that we erected ho arch in Sydney on January . 1, were' content' to have tie Imperial troops for two days (ye . godp, two 'diVs!), ind 'Z have, taken no steps to have the State fitl\ ?? honoured in Melbourne in May. But this should not be. If the Government, with 'their ?parrot cry of 'Economy,' will, not, then the people should, see that at least £1,000 is spent in -erecting a South Aus tralian arch in Collins street when the Federal Parliament meets, and another sum spent in deeorating the. streets to greet' royalty when the Duke and Duchess arrive here. We do not want a guard of honour composed of police, nor should the decora tion of our Streets be left...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

t3~ Eminent .Medical r.-Men recommend tbi popular remedy, 'White's Celebrated ' Cure' for Corns 'and Warts. Hm cured numbers, and alw»yi gir« relief.: Price, U. 2d.- Cbeaiifta «nd Stofi' keepers. Prepared only b^ l : '?'.'' nmwfevd J. WBttfL Chtnrilt, lot Tnnk: '. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

wftert flood iHiUD Oncflk 90a Mi! find iUarmrs Safe Cure

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POLICE COURTS. ADELAIDE: Saturday, March 2. [Before Mr. J. Gordon. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

'POLICE COUnTS.' ADELAIDE : .Saturday, March 2. [Before Mr. J. Gordon. S.M.] . Ethel Evans, for.- having used indecent latttusge wiiile under the .influence of drink;- -was fined'*!-' 10s, !M.- 5n all. ? : ' ?-''?;? ' ' John . Wilson, ; who pleaded .guilty to a similar charge, was' ordered to pay £15a. inall. ' '' John Bertram Windsor,, for having assaulted Wil liam Waite. while under the inRucnce of drink.- was fined £3 15s., or in- default, one' month's imprison' inent. ?..,-,???- 'Alfred Morgan for .having; been drunk while in charge of, a horse and- cart/waa fined 16s;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

NOW READY. ? Our Artistic and Handsome Booklet, ' Ail 'Alioat; Bnnlop Types fop 1901' Can now be obtained Gratis by calling 'or writing, for ' same. Contains 40 pages of matter interesting and j lnstmctive to all Cyclists, also an - artistic and pretty Supplement of well-known Racing Cracks. ? The Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Cj. of Australia; Ltd. 59, FRANKLIN STREET, ADELAIDE. :V':'Vy?)' ?'' - ????-? ^. ? :]B^pj-jiui^mmu^^ .._ ? ,', . .; % ? Am Mac placed on the market by us to meet the existing . demand for a good weawto ttee at a Low Btcrawt - Nirt m Oootf m 'Durilop*' but tetter than all «th«rs, MiNUFACTITRED BT ? i The Dunlcp Fneumatio Tyre Co. of Australia, Lti 59, FRANKLIN STREET, ADELAIDE.

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

' THE DINNER. ' On Saturday. evening the annual, dinner was held at the Gresham Hotel, and over 40 players and their friends were present Mr. F. Kilsbv presided. After the loval toast had been honoiired, M^r. Kilsby hand ed the ?challenge, cup, given by Sir EdAHn; Smith, to the champion, R. G. Bowen, Avho' by winding it three times, has now secured it outright. The chairman said Uiat as thia was the second cup that Bowen had- Avon his play could not be regnrded as fluky. The champion had never played .better in his life 'than during the past Aveek. . Mr. ' Bowen, in responding, said that four years ago, Avhen he had won the former cup. pre- sented by Sir Edwin Smith, he had not ex pected to pdssess'the new cup'so'-soon. -He wa3.proud of haying -won -it, as dilring- the past two years it' had-been -competed- for by Tictorians . as well as South .Austra lians. He avjis sorry that Dr. Kearney had hot been able to come over to d.eferid his title, thougli -' the latter , Avould then pro ...

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METHODIST CONFERENCE. FIFTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

METHODIST CONFERENCE. FIFTH DAY Tiie sessions of the Methodist Conference were continual at Pirie street Church on Saturday' luorning, when the presidi-Tit (Rev. T. Piper) qccuiiied the chair, and there was a large attendance ot members. Delegates were elected to .the gsneral con-, ferenee to be held in. Brisbane on a date to hz fixed:— Ministers— Revs. W. Jeffries, H. ,1. Pope, J. Berry, J. B. Stephen-HMi, C. T. Nevman, .1. D. Langsford, C, Martin, J.Thorne, J. CoUings,' and E. Gratton, Laymen— Sir Samuel Way, Messrs. J. Ash tori, F.. B. Colton. Hon. A. Catt. J. C. Hasiam, Hon. F. W. -Holder, Dr. Torr, A. Lan^sford, Hon. E. Lucas,' J.1- Peters, D. -7oek. C. Dunn, and J. Hill. The subsritu tes elected to take the place. of. any dele catcs who. might not be able to attend were:— Revs. B. Wibberley, E. T. Cox, A. J. Biirt, W. A. Lingsford, C. Ingamells, J. t'. Hill, W. H. Hanton, V. Roberts, and R. S. Casely, and Messrs. T. P. Axford, J. Mttchell.-j. H. Oartrell, J. .M.. Sandpw, ('. V...

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ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

ADEt-ADDE^ AKD SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. Prospect v. Wallaby.— Wallaby— Wrcford, e. Matthews, b.. Turner, 32; W; Gaetjcns,' b'. 'Turner, p; K. T.' Everett, c. and b;. DawV 38; J.- Williams, not ont, 41; S. H. 'Fleming, not out, -100; extras, S; total (fof;3 wickets),' 226. . ' ;' - - - ? ? : ' ' . South United v. Middlesex.- . ' ,' ' South United-^Ai Eneland, c.' J. Steel,- bl j.' Mclnnis, 24; W. Colyer, b., R. Robertson, 0; -V. Hugo, run out, 08; J. Evans, K-S. Geering, 0; W.* England, c. J. Melnriis,b.H. McKay,' J4; o. Morris, .'e.H. McKay, b; R. Robertson, 22; V. Colyer, b. R. Robertson, .1; G.'Pearse.'b. R. Robertson, 4; D. Kennedy, .inn out.. 2; B.- Brown,' not out, .0; extras, 24;. total; ,189. :Bowlirig— lie- Innis, 1 for 49; RobertBCin',' 4 .fpr 39; McKay, 1 for 20;:Tideman, 0 for 16; Geering, 1 for 41. ' ^Middlesex— S. Geering, not' pat,- .10; -W. Tide man, dot out, 11; extras, 0; total (for. 0 wickets), 3O.-;:v ?.'?.?. ?_;;, ;. :\ .;?' . -' , ' ' ., . ,;\\r

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