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

MINERVA ??;?.: :|ll.lf (SfiniHEK KESTOKATIVE). ? ' n47mnstb!cr

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THE OATH OF KING EDWARD. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THE OATH OF KING EDWARD.- ? To the Editor: ?sir— i our cablecram was perfectly co- rect. and the quibble advanced bv 'Jus- tice falls 'to the ground. King ' JEdward VII. declared the sacrifice of the-Maks to be idolatrous; and superstitious. There . is here no question of the plural -number, , nor of article xxxi., as 'Justice' 'incorrect* y. asserts. In the declaration before Pav liament and in the coronation oath. the. singular only is uced, and it is thts'oa.th,'- which was 'until lately taken, by every Anglican bishop oh entering. Parliament, ? which declares 'the sacrifice of the Mass to be idolatrous.' In the Book of Cotn moii Prayer -will . be found a rubric.' ex1 laining why the new head of the Anglican lAurch-denies the sacrifice of, the Mass. This rubric is at the ebdof the communion service, and declares that. 'Christ's body is in heaven, and not here,' and that,'. there-' .fore, in kneeling to receive communion -no adoration is intended' or ought to be given, ? 'for that...

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THE BRITISH ARMY. THE PROPOSED INCREASES. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THE BRITISH ARMY.; THE PROPOSED INCREASES. London, March i. The British, army -estimates for the financial year 1901-2 provide for an ex pe'ndi|ure of £87,oi5,000, and for '.[ in creasing' the . effective strength to 450,000 officers and men. ? The total cost of. the army on the estimates, for the previous year was £61,499,400. : London, Marcli 2. Details of the army estimates have been laid before Parliament. . The permanent army is-, .to consist of 220,000, and the 'remaining 230,000 will be regarded, as temporary forces for service in England when the regular regiments are engaged on the field of battle. ' ' . . The estimates include £58,230,000 on account of war services and cost of re paration and gratuities. The calcula tion is based on the supposition that the army in South Africa- will be main tained at its full strength until the be ginning of August, when' it will be gra dually diminished. There is ah' in crease of £414,000 in the vote for per manent services, which ; incl...

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

Cooling I Health-giving! 4& I m» i urn I n(^ Conors fluid \VyV lT8rauRB*TH0ftFMT-B*n, lrVjW*^Tt*« Cooling, Invigorating itimbnQ *nd 8tren8tW*nin« Sl&Z\I^^ Effect* are 8imply tr\^§g0-: orriiciiCTiii.»-BioiM. ttalit m h'nbif 'CoHDrS FtOID.' lie u» Cmiy k MB XB. J loxkra, Wind.

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VICTORIAN SPORTING. MELBOURNE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

VICTORIAN SPORTING. MELBOURNE. March 3. v Sid .Forrj' arrived here on »Satiirday ..morib.'.. - ing with.the steeplechaser Supple, Jack; 'f

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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London, March 2. The Sandown Spring Handicap.. Hur- dle Race of 92 sovs.,- about 3i milesV was run to-day with ithe following re sult:— MacMahon/ 1; The Tramp, 2; Levanter, 3. ? - ? London, March 3. ; Lord Kimberley, leader of the liberal party in the House of Lords, is in a critical condition. The elections in connection with the London County 'Council have resulted in a considerable -gain for the progres sive party.

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THE BETTING MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THE.BETTCNG MARKET. ??MELBOURNE. March .T ; Hie Victorian Club was praclicaUy de* sertcd on Saturday night, and there was no genuine marjeet on the AustrnUan Gun. Finland, who will have to carry. 8 sL m Tuesday's race, was nominally favourite at 7 to 2, while Advance was 'quoted at 5. to 1. Bar these two 8 to 1 was procurable.' There Avere^ offers to lay 10 lo . L against Maltster.- San Fran, wliq is a- stable -com- , panion of Speculation,- 'was enquired after, aud a wager, £2,000 to £140 was accepted about him.

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THE YARMOUTH MURDER. BENNETT SENTENCED TO DEATH. London, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THE YARMOUTH MURDER. BENNETT SENTENCED TO DEATH. London, March 3. Bennet'has been found guilty of the charge of the murder of his wife at Yarmouth, and sentenced to dearth. The evidence was of a circumstatial charac ter, and much depended upon the iden tification of the victim's watch and chain. A singular alibi was pleaded, but it was not credited by the Judge and jury'. . . . .

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INVALIDED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

: ? INVALIDED SOLDIERS. Among the passengers who arrived by the Melbourne express on Sunday morning were the following members of the South Australian contingentswho have been in-   valided home from South Africa:— Quarter- master-sergeant F.C Siekmann, and Troo-   pers E. G. Heuzenroeder, E. H. Magor,   S. H. Mayfield, J. McCall,P. Walsh. K. Clark, G. J. Dickson, and Trumpeter R A. A. Stoneham, of the Imperial Bushmen's Corps; Trooper W. A. Nunnelly, of the second contingent; Corporal F. J. Clark and Trooper A. E. Churches, of the South Australian Bushmen's Corps. Trooper W. F. Anderson, of the latter corps, has also been' invalided home, but he remained in Melbourne.    

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

WAIiRERVILLE ?????- ALE,- v--- 8 P lOIA't BREW. ' AGENTS- - RAWDALL & BOUCAUT, 71, KING WltLUM-STEEET. Telephone 70«. N16Jm:l HEHDON SPA WATER REFRESHING, INVIGORATING, And A GOOD TONIC, .n(2mwc E. MA1PAB, Agtnt. ? ' ^ ? ; ? Fl A V h D I ' -N G ?' 9 Well-known Frugrant- . ESSENCE OF LEMON for. Flivonring Jellies, Custards, Blancmanges, Pies, Puddings, *c. It is five times the strength of ordinary essences, and is consequently (he cheapest to use.. \ n60c The Massey-Hapris Bieyele Depot. SECONDHAND BICYCLES of uneqnilled -valiV offered tor' the holidays at prices and terms to Kdt the most limited incomes. From £5 upwards. MASSEY-HARRlTcYCLE DEPOT. NaBwwto

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PERSONAL NOTES FROM ENGLAND. 80, Fleet street, London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

PERSONAL NOTES PROM ??ENGLAND, tFrom our , Special Correspondent] 80, Fleet street, . TinnHnn H'pTinianr l.» Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Gerard Smith, late Governor of Western Australia, is to continue a director of the Foreigu and Colonial Investment and Trust Company, thus occupying one of the vacancies caused by the death of the Hon. .E. H. Legge and Mr. 'R. Jacomb Hood. The other vacancy is to remain unfilled. Tlie 'London Gazette' of Friday last announced that ? Mr. Edmunl Bar ton ' and ' Sir Samuel _ Griffith had at a meeting of the ' Privy Council attended by the King been appointed Privy Councillors. . ' ? Captain G. R. Laseelles, of theRoyalFusi liers, who has been serving with the South Australian troops in South Africa, has been selected as acting adjutant of the 21st Mid dlesex (Finsbuiy) Rifles in succession t.o Captain J. P. K. Gilmour/of the King's lloyal Rifles. . , . ? The chapter of autobiography in this week's 'M.A.P.' is supplied, by General Sir Andrew Clarke. The vet...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

.MAIL NOTICES. ..' GREAT BRITAIN. — March 7 — Via Suez, R.M.S. Oruba,. 11.15 a.m.j newspapers and regis tered letters, 10.15 a.m. ; late letters, G.P.O. 12.15 p.m.' Adelaide Railway Station, 12.30 p.m., Port Adelaide Railway Station, 12.45 p.m. British and foreign parcels post per the above steamer closes at G.P.O. 10.45 a.m. (Mail due in London, April 7.) . Sp. March 16-^Via San Francisco, 3 p.m.; late fee, 3.30 p.m.; money ordera to States, 12.30 p.m. Sp. March 16— Fried- rich der Grosse, 11.15 a.m. Sp. March 23— Via Marseilles, ' Australien, 10.15 a.m. MANILA, CHINA', and JAPAN1.— March 14— 3, p.m.', Gutluic, via Sydney: CAPE COLONY and NATAL'.— March 19— Nineveh, 3 p.m. NEW AUSTRALIA (Para guay).— Marcli 7—3 p.m., via New Zealand. NEW CALEDONIA.— This day— 7.30. a.m., to Sydney, thonee per first opportunity. SAMOA and other SOUTH SEA ISLANDS.— This day— 3.30 .p.m., to Sydney; thence per first opportunity. FCTL— This day— 3.30 p.m.1, to Sydney, thence nor first oppor tunity.' AUC...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

SPECIAL NOTICE. Announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, not exceeding flve lines, are inserted once each in 'The Register,'' 'The Observer,' 'The Even ing-Journal,' and Special Summary prepared for transmission to England for the single charge of Half a Crown; extra lines 6d. each. The name and address of the sender must in all cases be given. I DEATHS. BROWN.— On the 2nd March, 1901, at his resi- dence, Delaware, corner of Fourth avenue. East Adelaide, Hugh Brown, dearly beloved husband of Emma Jane Brown, in his 45th year. At rest. CRISPE.---On the 2nd March, at Henley Beach, Mabel Blanche, third daughter of E. and S. Crispe, of Fourth avenue, East Adelaide, aged 20 years.   FOX.— On the 20th February, at South terrace. West Adelaide, Samuel Robert Fox, aged 69 years. HAYLOCK - On the 2nd March, at her residence, Ada Street, Goodwood, Susannah Jane, beloved wife of Albert Haylock, and eldest daughter of Mrs. E. Smith, Devon Street, Goodwood,   &am...

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

A REVOLUTION IN SODA WATER. JJJlL The question of bulk overcome. ^^niilW^ The problem solved tt last by /BL ' 'SPARKLETS' lillllHEl Which make. NOT ONLY Water, but ttSiljI^Hp ALL DRINKS, Wine/ Beer, Miik ^H^^^^H^ $c., Sparkling in the Twinkling /illBl 'YOU SHARE THE BOTTLE. |^^^&(| MATURE DOES THE REST.' ? BJ|iJij!l^f Everyone HIS OWN MINERAL WATER ?^WM\ iHw-i'lmpi j»Tid SOFT DRINK MANUFACTURER jgBSHpBj^ INVALUABLE IN THE BUSH AND ^^^M^^^^^^m' SPARKLETS once used always used. E^S^S^^gl Delicious Assorted FRUIT FLAVOURS ^»||MM^|^^H TONICS (also MEDICINAL TABLETS) on ^mt^MW^^^^M saIe exPressly manufactured for use. Sold in Two Sizes and in large Syphon form, Box of Sparklets, weight. 4 oz.; 144 SPARKLETS packed; in 3ox4x4x 10 inches are equal to 200 LARGE SODAS ; weight 3 lb. Think ©f the facility of transport and the saving in carriage. LL ? ? '? ? ' ? %^ ? S0LS- BY CHKMIST8 MD STOREKEEPERS. ? ' .. . GlmthfsSO SAC SUITS, in Tweed, Serge, and Melange, 50,55/, 60/, 63/, to orde...

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

MEDICAL . CURES BALDNESS A--TR-Ak . PACKAQEpFREE. ' People who ' need more Flair or are anxious to sa\e wlut tlicy ha\c. or from Sickness, Dandruff, or otlier causes hi re lost, their Hair, should send their panic and .addresi to the Altcnheim Medical Uisppnojry (l)ept l.U), Buttcrfield Buildings. Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A., onclosinR a Id. itamp to cover postage, for a Free. Trial Package of the Foso Remedies. Remember letters ' require 2Jd. postage. '. . . ???.?'.. .: Cl'Sfl .. CDRE guaranteed .in .all casas. undertaken: Patients coming from distant places to con sult personally can have train fares paid one way, also free board and lodging during their stay by arrangement. I have secured suitable accommoda tion. Advice— Consultation free. -Hours, .10 to 9 p.m. daily. Testimonials, sworn declaration sell' to all post free. Prof. Abdullah, Celebrated Doctor of Indian Medicines, 48, Freeman street, near Pirie street. Private' address,. Box 77, . G.P.O. Drunkenness, Smoking Habits, cur...

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SOLDIERS WHO "SLOUCH." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

,. SOLDIERS AVHO /'SLOUCH.' . To 'the Editor. Sir— Let »a hope .that the .visit .-of- tlie Imperial trooips mil' not be ?.without good effect on'our. local men, for 'the way inost of' them slouch* about the'stfeetis is a dis grace, to themselves and more so to the officers commanding them. .As- men I ' be- lieve 'Uiem' to be every bit aa good as, the Imperials, but' they are sadly lacking in the. smartness and- tidiness of' the 'English - vblunteer-=-Dot' regular; ''that' w««ld be'es- ; pecting too rhuchX. Another' thing. Why,'' oh 'Why, do they not clean up' their accoutre irieuts? lvliOTe-often seen the brass black and. the black- leather yellow. The.non- . corns, carihot . be up .to much., when. they, allow men to parade in that .disgraceful' ' state; 'but 'then I have heard -time! after ' time a private tella-rnajor to gb-to tropical - : regions.; This'.snould, not 'be', tolerated, any. . niore .than the .slouchingj : rolling gait- the men' assume when in uniform. . .So .let; us...

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

? SHIPPING The following Steamships (under ? Roj-al Mail Contract) will leave Adelaide (Largs Bay) at 2 njtn.' on the undermentioned dates for PLY MOUTH vind London, via Fremantle, Colombo (transhipping for all Indian ports), Suez Canal, ?Naples, Marseilles, and Gibraltar:— ?ORUBA ? 5S577.~L¥iiaater : Mar/7. ?ADSTKAL... 6524 C. Nicholson, R.N.K. Jlar. 21. ?CUZCO ? 3U1S F. S.Symons, K.N.R..\pl. 4. . »OMRAH.... 8201 J. V. Ruthvcn Apl. 18. And fortnightly thereafter. *Via Ilobart from Sydney. SALOON TO LOXDOK-Single, £3S 10/ to £77. Return, £71 10/ to £121. Third Class, £17 7/, £19 13/, £20 10/. PALOON TO COLOilBO-Singlc, £24 4/ to £33. Return, £30 6/ to £4U 10/. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ? Saloon, £6 1/ to £7 14/; Third, £3 17/. Passages from any port can be prepaid here. . RETURN TICKETS (First Saloon) between IN TERCOLONIAL POUTS are now available for re turn by P. and O. and M.M. Companies' steamers having room. _ .' ; MANAGERS— F. GREEN & CO., and AXDER EOS, ANDERSON, .& ...

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

PUBLIC NOTICES | A .N.A., ADELAIDE BRANCH, NO. 1         FORTNIGHTLY MEETING, Exchange Cafe, Pirie Street, THIS EVENING, at 8. A, E. LAWTON, Secrctary.   PROTECTlONIST ASSOCIATION OF S.A.— SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING TO-NIGHT, 8.     A MEETING of the BLOCKERS RIGHT-OF- PURCHASE LEAGUE will be held at the   Bristol Tavern, Franklin street, TO-NIGHT (Mon- day), March 4,-8 p.m. Members and intending Members of local Leagues invited.. A. H. SIMONS, Secretary.     THE Public are cautioned against negotiating our CHEQUE, No. 889, for One Hundred   Pounds, on Union Bank, Adelaide, the same hav- ing gone astray; payment stopped. Matthew Goode &.Co.             S.A. BUSHMEN'S CORPS,            ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

FUNERAL NOTICES -       THE Friends of the late Mr.HUGH BROWN and Members of NORTH ADELAIDE LODGE,     No.4. are informed that his FUNERAL will leave his late Residence, Fourth avenue, East Adelaide, THIS Day (Monday), at 12 o'clock, for the North road Cemetery.               GEO. DOWNS & SON, Telephone 735 Undertakers.     The Friends ot the late Mr. THOMAS O'LEARY are respectfully informed that his REMAINS   will be Removed' from his late Rcsidence, Chancery lane, off Wakefleld street, . THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m for irternment in the Catholic Cemetery, West terrace.           J. B. SIEBERT & SONS. Telephone 682. Undertakers-and -Embalmers The Friends of Mr. Carl R Nelson are informed that the FUNERAL of his late ...

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THE TENNIS TOURNAMENT FINAL DAY. CHAMPIONSHIP REGAINED BY BOWEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901

THKTEpiSfOUMAMENT CHMIPIONSHIP REGAINED BY - ?Jt;ii:-:-- MS,.B0WEN.:;;^'-.:. : :. :?: The. lU-lu'ck which ? '.has ?- pursued tne t-yelfth annual tournament of ^tKe ,South Australian. Lawn : ' Tennis . Asaixaauon +hrouffhhiif; its poiirsp-pulmiiiateH ori Satur day afternoon, when rain Cameron just be fore play should have T been begun; yTne result ^was tha-t* after a shortvtime the balls became wet 'and heavy arid 'the' Courts slippery, so / that the best exhibition of play was out of the question. The worst result, however, as far as. the tennis association is concerned, was the effect of the weather uponr the attendance, and it'.' will be a won'der if there is not' a. discrepancy on' the wrong side between receipts and expendi ture when the accounts of the fete' tournai:. raent are made up-. Nevertheless- the at tendance was ''much .larger than inight have been expected, for .-there were : nearly -ai thousand people who brayed the chance of a wetting. . Tnat somucHinterest is taken...

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