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CONTINENTAL AT NORWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
CONTINENTAL AT NORWOOD. ?' A fete in' aid of the Norwood- Baptist Church Renovation Fund was held on -Sa- turday afternoon and evening at the resi dence of Mr. H. J. Holden. Osmond ter race, Norwood. The showery Aveather. miti gated against a large attendance in the af ternoon, but: in the evening the grounds Avere fairly Avell tilled, 'Hie confectionery stall, in charge of Miiss Jones, wan taste fully arranged. Miss Ind had a splendid display of pot-plants and ' flowers. Mr. Mercer did good business at his fruit ???' arid . vegetable stall, Avhilst lihe deaconesses kept- on the qui vive to meet' the demands for afternoon tea und refreshinents. Mass Hooper's fruit lun cheon and cool drinks recerved. their meed of support. During the' afternoon the final sets of the lawn tennds tournament in con nection with the church club Avere played, and resulted as follows:— Gentlemen's, singles, H. J. Jones; gentlemen's- doubles, E. I Jodd and P. .Ward; ladies' tingles, Miss Durdin; ladies' :do...
The Register ADELAIDE: MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1901. EFFECTIVE CITIZENSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
ADELAIDE: MONDAY,; JlAkca .4, 10M. flFFECTIVE CITIZENSHIP. ' In two particulars the art of govern ment at present is rendered unpreee ?dentedly difficult and delicate. Scien tific invention lias made the age pre eminently industrial, and lias brought In its train entirely new circumstances aiid experiences' amounting to, a social resolution. '? In addition, trial is lieing made of universal suffrage, which is the chief characteristic of modern democracy unQer conditions not alto gether fair to the experiment En franchasement of the masses in the fullest sensie was bound to follow the creation of a ' cosmopolitan and com petitive ? commerce which demands for its adequate development the employ ment of . the highest intelligence in workmen; but an essential condition to direct success was overlooked in the feverish haste which was observed under the spell of a sentiment of hu manitariamsm which Avould be ' satis lied by nothing . short of the conces sion of the complete measure of pop...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. \ - ' ' DONALDSON, ANDREWS, & COMPANY. The BALANCE of Our SUMMER STOCK Is Now Offered to the Public AT FURTHER SWEEPING REDUCTIONS. AUTUMN WE ARE NOW SHOWING A NICfilY AKiik ASSORTED SELECTION AND OF WINTFR NEW GOODS ' FOR AUTUMN AND rMMpiVM-Kri-^ WINTER IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. SHIPMENTS. JUST OPENED. . . ? — o- ? Country Visitors are Specially Invited to Inspect Our Spacious Showrooms. Now full of Novelties for the coming Season. '? ? SS, R U-N'DX E ' /? S'T RE E T..' ?5-inwfc; ' SA. GOVERNMENT 3 PER CENT. , STOCK) ? ''?? (Free of Income Tax.) ? ;?' : * PRICE AT THE TREASURY TO-DAY, . with interest from 1st December, 1900, ? £100 ?' *?'? £95. -n. 'LAYS AND LYfJICS,' A TOLUME .OP POMS BT THE LATJS . MORGAN HAWKE8. ; Price, 2/6. ' ' /'?.. Ifay'te hid from all tfie principal Booksellers in MR. FRED ESKEU™ Late ESKELL Sc TATTERSALL, 32, King Wm. si. ,-.... .;, - ? ...*S5d-a ?TAS. MANNING, Land and Share Broker. Temple O phambeis, Currie street. : *llmwfc Dl ...
NEWS OF THE DAY. THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
NEWS OF THE DA Y. ? THE SIXTH CO^TrNGENT. The staff bfhee has received instructions from the Chief Secretary 'to proceed at once with' 'the formation of tfbe. sixth con tingent. On Saturday afternoon Col. Stuart stated that a general order would be' issued on Monday, giving- the time and places alt which men would be selected ._ Centres in various parts of the country would be arranged where nien 'would be examined by medical officers. It is 'pro posed to take about half the men required from -.the country . districts and the re-, mainder will be selected in the city.
ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
AJ5SENT WITHOUT LEAVE. At the City. Police Court .on_ Saturday ?morning, before Mr. J. Gordon,' S.M., Ed ward G. Barnes, of the = 7th- Hussars; Wil liam Middleton,' of the 2nd Highland Light Infantry; and William. Baldwin, of the 4th Norfolk. Regiment, were charged on the in formation of Inspector Sullivan that' being 'persons ' subject to military law they did unlawfully absent themselves without leave from tattoo roll call on February 28. con trary to section' 15 of the Army Act of 1881. The ? defendants pleaded guilty, and at the request of Inspector Sullivan the cases were adjourned until March. 9. It is pro bable that in :the meantime arrangements will be made for the soldiers to return to England. ' .
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
ARRIVAL OF. THE ENGLISH MAIL. The, mail steamer-. Britannia arrived at the .Semaphore, anchorage- from London shortly after. 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon^ after a smart run from Fremantle of 91 hours. The voyage out was hne, -with the. exception of the passage acrosa the Bight, which 'was marked by rough seas. In all .classes tliere were 170 passengers on arrival, 51' of whom were booked for Adelaide, all except one 'having embarked at Fremantle. Jn addition 'to these, however, 19 others ?landed to catch ithe special train which left, 'in the evening for Melbourne. The work of disembarking passengers was conducted under disabilities owing to a choppy sea, but the discomfort might have been mini mised if the officers of the mail liner 'had adopted the suggestion of the floating manager of the Adelaide Steamtug Com pany, and utilized the after gangway, in stead of placing the mail tug there. The Britannia began discharging cargo. at 'mid-, night, and was expected '.;t£- resume her vo...
THE FEDERAL TARIFF. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
?THE FEDERAL TARIFF. --To the Editor. Sir— Sir R. CX .Baker is reported 111 your issue of 'to-day to have -said that the1 123 South Austrafmn manufacturers Avho-. . in 1800 irave evidence r& the effect the intro duction ot free trade Avould nave upon Soutli Australian manufacturers 'that they Avere ;n a position to successfully cope AAnth any competition -within or . without- the colony.' If Sir R. C. Baker nuide this statement he -must ha A-e been under a de lusion,, as 1 distinctly remember tliat^the opinion 'expressed by myself and a large majority of - the other manufacturers on that occasion -was that Avithput a. protective duty onfall foreign imports A\=e could, not keep up our establishments, and as an em ployer of about lOO.hiinds i unhesitatingly state that \yithqut a 15 per cent; duty, as proposed/.by,' the Premier, is- imposed on all agricultural machinery imported from beyond thcCoinmoriwealth it- will mean the closing: up U a: number, if not all, the agri cultur...
FOOTBALL. A STURT SENIOR TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
FOOTBALL. A STURT SENIOR TEAM. The Committee of the Sturt Cncket Club, wiucn met at the pavilion on the Unley Oval on Friday evening, received a number of representatives of ocal junior clubs and others. Mr. B^,V. Scrym gonr presided over a large attendance ol members, and explained that it was the object of the Sturt Cricket Club to give those interested in football an opportunity of supporting the cricket club in its efforts to improve sport in the district— Mr. A. C. Thomas also addressed the meeting, detail ing the steps necessary to be taken, and urging the formation of a strong committee to work up a large meeting in the Unley Town Hall.— Mr. (». Rowley moved— 'That in the\ interest of football it is desirable to form a football team to represent Start, and that a meeting be held in the Unley Town Hall at an early date.' Mr. J. H. Eoycc seconded the motion, which was carried. — Messrs. A. C. Thomas ami H. Gore. were appointed hon. secretaries pro tem.
SHIPPING ACCIDENTS. MELBOURNE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
SHIPPINGACCIDENTS. MELBOURNE. March 3. The steamer Uuraka, while berthing yes terday at tie Victoria Dock with, becween 3,000 and 4,000 tons of. Newcastle coal aboard, collided with the jetty at the en trance to the, dock. Tne force of the im pact was so severe, that a ? big holp was made in the Ouraka in. a line with the water, and about 2 ft. or 3 ft. from her stem on tbe' starboard bow. The water began to' flow into the forepeak, but the watertight bulkhead prevented any danger arising. .. .,..-. . .. HOBART, March 3. The steamer Tambo, -which left here for Sydney on Saturday night, put back this evening damaged. She ran on the Hen and Chickens rock off Schouten Island during a dense- fog this morning. ? Her stem was much damaged,, but she was saved from sinking by the watertight compartment. The cargo -was shifted aft, and the steamer returned under slow steam. A fireman named Matthews was severely burnt by the sudden shock throwing him. on to the burning cinders. The Tambo will...
CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. A meeting of the Central Board of Health was held at' the offices, Victoria square, on Tuesday, Febtuary 26. Present— Mr. G. H. Ayliffe (acting chairman), Dr A. W. -Hill. Mr. C. a. 'Gurr, and Mr. It- H. M. Alllflrca (acting secreiar} j. The Chief Secretary forwarded a copy of rule* and instructions drawn up by the State Couucil of the German Empire for preventing plague and resisting its spread. Received. Itcports, retained. Copies of publications issued by this board to bo forwarded in return. The secretary to the Local Bord for Woodville forwarded copy of report from the officer of hiaJth (Dr. C. Bollen) re scarlet fever at Esleourt House, near Grange. After giving details. Dr. Bollen stated that he considered the disease., had been imported. All precautions had been taken, includ ing the separation of the sick from the healthy inmates of the home.. The cases were very mild, and he anticipated very little danger from the outbreak. The information), supplie...
PHILANTHROPIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
PHILANTHROPIC. Mindn.— A meeting of the general committee of the Home for Weak-minded Children was held at Brookman's Building on Thursday afternoon, Feb ruary 28. There were present Sir Jociah Symon, K.C. (in the chair), Mesdames O. H. De.Rose. James GarrreU, W. Kither, A. F. Weaver, C. L. Whltbam, R. Woolnoiigh, Messrs. George Brook man, O. n. Goode, W. Hitehcojc, A. W. Mar shall; David Nock, C. L. Whitham, and'J. C. Genders : (secretary). ; Hie president, on behalf of the committee, extended a cordial welcome to Mr. Brookman on the safe return of Mrs. Brook man, himself, and family to South Australia, and to the work of the institution, in which they had always taken such a great interest. Messrs. Goode and Nock supported, and Mr. Brookman replied.— The matron reported havine received one new pupil. One of the .pupils had made , such im lrovemenl that her mother liad been able to place ier in service.— Two applications for admission were approved, subject to further enquiries.— T...
RETURNED TROOPS BY THE CHICAGO MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
RETURNED TROOPS BY ? THE flTTTnAfin. . : MELBOURNE, March 1. The troopship Chicago arrived today f roih South Africa, with about 40. soldiers on board, the majority belonging to ? Vic toria. -Vte'. Farrell, oi 'Auckland, died of pijhmvonia. and was buried -at sea. The Chicago takes in coal and goes -.to Brisbane for 100 horses, and returns in a fortnigot to take 250 men and horses from Tasmania to South Africa. .
SURRENDER OF A SCOUTING PARTY. London, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
SURRENDER OF. A SCOUTING PARTY. London. March 2. A message has been received by the War Office to the effect that 80 of Lord Kitchener's fighting scouts were re cently, attacked by a superior, number of the enemy. A fierce and prolonged encounter ensued, and the small' Bri tish party had eventually to surrender to the overwhelming force; but they did not yield, until they had sustained 20 casualties. The scouting party re ferred to are believed to be a portion of the column under' the command of Capt. Colenbrander. .
QUEENSLAND FINANCES. BRISBANE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
QUEENSLAND FINANCES. TOHfiTiAX'R Marali 2. The consolidated revanue ot the colony for February was £267,365, against £278,000 for February 'of 1900. For^the eight months of lie present financial year the receipts have amounted to, £2,825,930,. compared with £3,013,548 for the corresponding period of the previous year. The deficit on the eight months' transactions was £19,680.