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THE LAW COURTS. SUPREME COURT—IN BANCO. Tuesday, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THE LAW COURTS. supreme; court— in banco. ? . . .' Tuesday. -Jlareh 6.* ^* 7 Motion for -Directions as to Mode of Trial Brown -t.'- Brown and Another.' v- ? . ? '??- Motion -for 'Grant of- Letters of- Administration . guni Testimento Annexo.— In the estate of Julia Searle, deceased..- ?'.-'? ,

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EAST ADELAIDE V. PORT ADELAIDE. East Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

EAST ADELAIDE V. PORT ADELAIDE. ?East Adelaide.. ' First innings .. .. ..'..;.......... .... Ml. i- . Port Adelaide. W. Francis, b. Travers .. :.. .. ? ..:.. ..; 12 T. Semraens, e. sub., b. Travers ......... ;. 1 J. Noel; b. and b. Short . ? . .. .. :. ... 3 T. Williams, c. and b. Short ....: ? .. .. ;1 K. AVaterSj c. Leak, b. Travers .... .. .. ..; 6 U. S. P.-Jones, runout ? -. .. ........ '32' T. SleKibbih, not out'.. .... .. i. ..'.;.. 68 W. Butler, e. Rccdman, b. H.'-Hill ..; ....'.. ? i W. Widdop, c. and b. Short-. '.. .. .. .. :.. ;20 J. Howcll, b. Travers ......-';.?? .....v.-.. * 1 R. Drew, b. Short ;....... ...... ..;:..; 1 Byos .. .. ....'...... ...' .. ..'. .??..'.;,' \i. ?' . Toial'.'. ...'...?'.?.?'.'.?'.:'.. ;..?.?.':,.. 157 ^Bowlinp— Travers, 27o. Cm; 59r. 4«S; Short, 24o. 0m. 6Sr. 4w.; Leak, 2o.'.Sr.;'H. Hill,'7o. IBr, lw.

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

To the Editor. Sir— There rs an . erroneous impression abroad that the whole of the federal ' re venue.must be raised from customs and ex cise, and that to raise any of it by a land values tax is contrary to the constitution. Mr. Holder dismissed land values taxa tion in a sentence, or two as impracticable.' Sir Josiah Symon declared it wa? not to.be heard of, and 'Mr. Kirkpatrick said it Avas' contrary to the constitution. The fact is that land values taxation 'is quite AV/thiu the power of the Federal Parliament, ? and both Mr. Holder and Sir Josiah' Syinon urged land values taxers to support the Commonwealth Bill at the referendum, on the gi-ound that it Avould giA-e them ' ai bppbitunity of joining with^ land taxers. m the other colonies in adA-ocating a federal land tax.- The iriiportancc of this ques tion js self-evident. According to Cogh lan, a Id. land values tax Avould y:eld-tae Federal Treasurer £1,405,520 a year, it this Avere imposed, it Avould materially les' sen the T...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WITHDRAWAL OF FRENCH TROOPS. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

V WITHDRAWAL OP FRENCH . ? TROOPS. London. March 1. Ten thousand- French troops hi China are making arrangements for leaying the country during the present month.

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE RESULT OF A FRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THE/ RESULT OE A FRIGHT. ?? Repeated ?warnings have been given as' to the tiangeroua practice of exposing children to sudden fear,- but .unfortunately it is of ten'done.? Although the case in question sirose irom no practical joke, it shows hom serious the results of a fright may be. 'When my little girl, Lizzie/was thir teen years of - age,' said Mrs. Elizabeth Gonsell, of East Maldon, Vic. (wife of the respected Manager of the Eaglehawk. Con- solidated Goldmining Co.), '.'she received a severe fright. This so told upon her nerves that St. Vitus' dance resulted. Her limbs moved Involuntarily; and the twitch ing of her hands made it impossible for her to hold a cup and saucer. Whenever I spoke to her she would give a convulsive jump She became quite debilitated, and in spite -of skilful medical attention she did not recover. Actine on my sister's advice I began giving her Dr. Williams' pink pills for, pale -people. .At first I gave her half a pill after each meal,' and later on, one...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

BLOSSOM TEAS, FINEST THE WORLD PRODUCES. 1/3 per Ib. 1/6 per ft. - 5-lb. Tins... .. ... 6,8 fi-tb. Tins .. .. .. 7/3 l0-lb.'TiDS ...... 12/8 10-lb. Tins ? 14/ ZO-Ib. J Chest ? 22/6 20-?).' £ Chest .... 26/': S8-n-. J Chest .. -..'41/3 88-lb. I Chest .. .. 43/0 Carriage paid to any Railway Station in S.A. en all quantities ot 5 ft. and upward. Samples free on application to the^Wholesale aad Eefail Agents. 45. BUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. . ' ?Umsc i 1

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

- . - - ' The Anglo Swiss Conden* ^_ '^^ ^ ^ ^ & ^ sed Milk Co. are . |B mm ll' ? the largest man Milkmaid^ *^^^^^| BRAND IT^C' tf^' ' '' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in'''t ^^ A .^ ^ cows. '/ Their 1 CONDENSED MItf \ mm ? 1 -MILkMAID- i -sisr*$jB&L \ iv ? ? 1 1/ iginai conden* I a!Sk *ffirM&3k 111 I I II sed Milk intto I UB / Mr 199 s Xf XX X J.1. duced tato Ene i^K^lE vBg-\ ^?^^^?^'^ land thirty years Hfl|C its&^r ^^-nic, i Largest Sale Aiways be B?BMS|WSSCONDENSED!ID*W ** / careful to get ^~^' S*™'$P!~*i 111 f.Vlfi Worlll the 'Milkmaid' ^ ? ^^^^mm^r **» VAJL^S ^L^L \0A* JL^nLt , D-^—j ««wt«S^t« *a gtiarsntpgd to See that the MILKMAID T^e Mark contain aii u-e is Oil eYGrV Tin. cream of the ori . . ' ginal milk. ' - . nSmDl

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

PIKE'S OAKBANK ALE. JOHNSTON'S 0AK8ANK ALE. W1LKGRTILLE ALE W. P. AULD & SONS, GILBERT-PLACE, TelBpbone 723. ; n267mc BEST WORK IS CHEAPEST. '' Upliolstoring in 'airbraneliog. . Old Furniture Re. novatcd and Recovered equal to new. Just arrived, special selection Newest Coverings. P. GAY & CO., GENERAL FURNISHERS, - ARCADF. ri ' \ ?- nlTrnvrazso Old V atted^ '^ WHISKY ™^» &Sl^Se Agents,; Milne & co. tes^ ? ' - * ? ? . 'HaSmfe : ^^ST.MARCO' W CLARET IB KIIVQ OF RUBY WINEt. ? ' nSlW '

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CODLIN MOTH QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THE CODLIN MOTH QUESTION. The report ? in 'The Register' of the meeting held at Uraidla last week to dis cuss the eodlin moth question was the iteneral topic of conversation at the Mount Lofty Gardeners' Association Sh'ffw at Stirling on Saturday. On the whole the proposal ' of Uraidla gardeners to petition the Government -to erase the exemption clause relating to the sale of eodlin m&th infected fruit was condemned. The Go vernment, it was claimed, should be even more strict rhan at present, and complaints were freely/ventilated that tJh'e' inspectors w.ere not' carrying out the regulations ? as rigidly as they might.' 'Tha hardship' is not so great,', remarked one grower; 'for we are permitted to sell fruit attacked, by. the pest providing we obtain a certificate that the grub lias been destroyed. This can.be done by placing tie apples in water for 2f hours. I have been successful- in this' direc tion. Upon the fruit being placed in the water the grub works its passage fro...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

LUCKY HIT TOBACCO.

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

Whateyer* you take to drink see,that it is pure. and wholesome.- Geo. Hall & Sons' Aerated Waters are made with pure spring water, analysed by the best analyst, and found to contain all that is beneficial. Con sumers should- bear this in mind, and ask for their' manufacture, universally admitted the best. Awarded five-first prizes at Syd ney Exhibition. - ' nWraw72

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WESTERN AUSTRALIA PERTH, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

western Australia; 'PERTH, March 3. The Commissioner of Police was inform: ed by telegraph on Saturday .that' a man named Thomas Mclnto'h had received a serious sunshot -wound in the right breast at the New England Mine, in tne Lawless district, on' Thursday. The wound was stated to be the result of on accident. Mc IntosTi's condition is precarious. ' A't Donnybrook on Saturday' a man named -William Trigwell was thrown from a runaway horse and killedT It is probable that the Government will arrange a ceremony for proclaiming the accession of the King. ? ? ?? v ,

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

NEW: SOUTH WALES. . SYDNEY. March, 3. The Waverley Bowung Ulub deieated tne Victoria Park team yesterday by 16 points, and- gained the pennant for tihe year, the hiVhpcf hfMtfinr' in bowline circles in the State. The scores were Waverley 94, ?Vic- toria Park 78. The Waverley team has not been defeated this' season. ?? ?'lne Custodian, one of the troopships from South Africa, -arrived yesterday/and after having been inspected and fumigated was allowed to come up the harbour. The British Princess is due to-morrow, morning. The Chicago will go to Brisbane.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

3ILEETS SILVERSTREAM . aCOmirfcu FOR SCO To B. LAWRENCE, FUBBIER AND RUGMAKER, 124, HUNDLE ? '. .-STREET. n51mw-;v Silver Star Starch. TBB BEST IN THE WORLD

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RETURNING SOLDIERS. MELBOURNE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

TtF/TURNINOx SOLDIERS. 'MELBOURNE. March. 3. The steamer Coogee arnved to-ttay. witn a small contingent of Australian- soKliers, who had been landed at Hobaft from^hc Cape steamer Chicago. .The men will be quartered at the Victoria Barracks vull Monday afternoon, when tbe Victorians will leave for their homes,' and tie others, 23 in number, belonging to New South Wales, South Australia, and Queensland, will resume their journey.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERSTATE CRICKET. MELBOURNE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

INTERSTATE CRICKET. . MELBOURNE'. March 3. Another -round of the, pennant cricket matches was concluded on Saturday. East Melbourne completed their innings against Knufh ?Melhniirno fnr (553 rails, made in (] hours 10 minutes. Howlett increased his score to 166 not put, and McMicliael batted well for 41. The match was decided on the first innings. East Melbourne won by .357 funs. HaWksburn defeated University on the first irraings by 126 runs. In tbe Mel bourne v. North Melbourne match the for mer won*y 10 wickets. Tlie scores were:— Melbourne,- first innings, 267, and second, 0 wickets for 36; North Melbourne, first in nings, 202; and second 100, of which D. Noonan, who was run out, made- 58. ? SYDNEY, March 3. In first-grade cricket yesterday Central Cumberland opposed Svdnev.. and made 131, compiled by. six of the team, me other five failing to score. Marsh, who -began with-4 wickets for 0, finished un with ; 8 for 41' on a first-class wickefc. Sydney lost 5 wickets for 124. Padd...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NOTES AND QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

NOTES AND QUERIES. 'Accuracy.'— Thanks; the informatitia was supplied to us by the captain of the company, named. 'Inquisitive.'—!. If a dressmaker keei» a shop f-he comes under the Earlv Closing Act. 2. Forty-eight hours per week. 'Perplexed.'— 1. The; Factory Act applies to dressmakers' who employ one or more ap- ? prentices. . 2. The. Act does not apply all over the State; Gawler is not subject to iU provisions.' ' ', ,- -?- ? -:- : 'Curious.'— The Commonwealth Parlia ment has a general-power -of taxation, 'but so as not .to discriminate between States or parts of States.' You will find the mat ter is being discussed in our open columns under the heading of : the federal tariff. 'Humanity' writes:— '.'There is an Act for the. Prevention of. Cruelty to Animals. Yesterday a . horse was put to the tram going to Cross roads,-and it could not put its -off hind foot flat on the ground, but went;on the front of.its'iron shoe'.' 'Investor.'— ~We would advise you to communicate with' the ...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A REFRIGERATING LIGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

A REFRIGERATING LIGHTER. ...Attest ha3 been made with the refrigerat ing lighter at Port Adelaide, and although .the day was hot the experiment was highly successful. The temperature of the hold ?was taken prior to the circulation of- the brine, and was found to be 85 degrees. Af ter the circulation of the brine for 24 hours the temperature was brought down to 16 degrees, without putting .in any cold pro duce. The lighter belongs to the' Adelaide Steamtug Company, which ? has insulated and radiated the hold with piping for cir culating the 'brine. ? Chilled produce from the Port Adelaide Depot can thus be con veyed to steamers at the anchorage in any weather. The lighter will henceforth be ready for use at 'any time. .- .?-... ; .

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BEST WAY TO GROW WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THE BEST WAY TO GROW WHEAT. In the course of a speech at Way College on Saturday afternoon, in) referring to an old student who had. secured a high ap pointment in the Agricultural Department, oir bamuel Way paid .a tribute to the value of the services of Professor Lawrie. The Chief Justice said that; as a pracFical far mer, he had. tried the old-fashioned plans and also Professor LowrieV methods, with the result 'that while- land treated- on the old principles had .produced 16 bushels, to The- acre, .150 acres of similar land scientifi cally farmed had returned 23 bushels to the acre. Another block, more generously treated, gave a harvest of 32 bushels, and his manager informed him that from that part of the colony they might look forward to an average yield of 25 to 30 bushels: This was, said vSir. Samuel, also a tribute to Dr. Torr, who was the first in South Australia to point out the necessity for practical education in.. agricultural and technical operations.

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

LONDON DENTAL 'j ?????'? Institutes, Ltd. - ' . E»n. OflE SHILLING Ether, Eucaine, Chloride of Ethyl, or Gas used daily. . The leading Doctors of Adelaide attend tti* Institute for the Administration of Anesthetics JYained Nurse in attendance. Only Adduess— 111, KING WILLIAM STREET, '-? -? V . - ? ADELAIDE. ' * ' (Next door to United Service Club Hotel.) '? ; o288xnct SHIEELA-W'S 1AILWAY RUGS, 9S, 10/6, 11/i, 13/« 15/6. 17/6. t. 55/ \ PLUSH CABRIA6E WgS, 13/#, i$/S 21/, U 37/6 FUR BUSS in treat Tarltty GLADSTONE BAGS, 22/6, ? 25/6, 29/1 ' ??t«'57/6 ? IANBBAGS, 7/6. S/9, 10/6, to 29/i Itff STBAPS, 9d., 1/, 1/9. to 3/9 l«Al$,HTi»LET-ST. ' ? ''. '' ??'?; «7anrfcr

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