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LAWN TENNIS. SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
LAWN TENNIS. - siinnnTuv AssnrruTinv . K.iirford v. Bur«-ood.-T-H olter and Prosscr lost tt-'*Vpnl and .T. Simpspn, 0— 0, 5—0: Rimgc and Paddock won from Cole and Wright,- 6— 5, 0— 3; Crafter and Hasscll won from Prisk and Stevens, 0— 3, ft— 3;-.\voiter lost to Kord, 4— »; iTaser won from Hmnpliries, (h-2; Hunge lost, to Cole, 0— C; Paddock won 'from Wright, 6 — J; Milton losl to Prisk, 0— fi; Crafter won from Stevens, 0 — f. Fair? ford T.idies lost to Burwood Ladies, 0—6 (forfeit), C— 2, 0-3, 1-^6, '3^-C; 0-0'. , - . .- i-'nirfoni. 0 «cts. . .',. .... ..- .':?? Burwood, 9 sels. ' ?-..-- MELTlOor.. Mi-rdi 1,— A . very_ interestins tennis' match wa3 played liere on.Wednisdax last between the Hammond' and 'Melrose Cliibs. 'Messrs. .Net tle, Turner, Martin, Sharp, H. and. L. Fry, repre stnlcd Hammond; and. .Messrs. Grant;, Willington, McGord, .Robertson, Jacka, ?- and Sniith, Melrose. Tlie' games were well contested, and highly en joyed- by 'Ihose. present. Fruit refreshments snd after...
LORD TENNYSON AND THE ROYAL FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
LOPvD TENNYSON AND THE ROYAL FAMILY. A literary, paper speaks impressively of the close friendship between the Queen and Tennyson. Perhaps friendship is hardly the wnrd' Tlmv mot- ubniil- fnur times over a I-eriod of forty, years — once in a decade oi years, though tlieywere neighbours in the Isle of Wight for a part ot riearl'- every yeai\ The fact is that 'die Queen did not, like most monarch's abroad, seek the 'society of her poets- or savants: ijhe had nothing to say to Tennyson's, predecessor,- Words worth. When she met Browning, which happened once at the Deanery- tea-table of Lady Augusta Stanley, Her Majesty did not speak-to liim of- his own work, but said that she admired ? his wife's- 'Aurora Floyd!' The husband of the author of 'Aurora Leigh'.' used himself to tell the story with infinite glee. It was shortly after . Prince Consort s death that Tennyson had his first interview with the Queen;' says 'Literature.' From the account of it and of his after relations with her g...
MR. MARSHALL HALL'S SUCCESSOR. INTERVIEW WITH MR. PETERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
MR:mRSHALL?H4LUS INTERVIEW WITH MR. PETERSON. [By.Musicus.] Professor Franklin^ Peterson, an esteemed Scottish musician, -who has been appointed to succeed Mr. G. W. L. Marshall Hall as Onnond Professor ol Music at '.-the Mel bourne University,. arrived by the, .Britan- nia at Largs Bay on Sunday afternoon, and in the course of a fjhort interview gave me1 some interesting particulars of, his. career. ''Oh, yes,' he saidj -'I am Scot-2h of the Scotch, and was born at Edinburgh, where I have lived nearly all. my life. \Vith re gard to my musical career, although 1 was always fond of the art, 'arid obtained a fair proficiency on the piano when, a boy', it' was not 'until I had completed my sixteenth' year that .'it was finally decided that I should- make ; music my profession ' After otudying^urider some of the best; tea cliers in Edinburgh I went to Dresden, and: took private' lessens from C. Aug. Fischer, the -celebrated . organist and /composer, .who is regarded as, one of the; grea...
LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
LOCAL. COURTS. two WEbUS, Friday, March 1. [Before Messrfi. - T. J. S.-.O'llalloran, S.M., and Simon Mathcson and Henry Secomb.]— Frank Culley..v. Sidney- Kitl-.-^.'- man.. — ? Claim for. £09 -damages,'.- for non'rulfil ruent of contract'' to pasture1 100. head 'okcattK in plaintiff's paddocks from. the. beginning of Oe tober until end of. December, 1000,' afa cll&rgt* of Is. 3d. a head a week.. After a' long hearing the court returned a verdict for the plaintiff for ; £75; -Mr. G. M. Evan appeared for the plain4 tiff and Messrs. Thornton and Inglcby for the de fendants-Foster v. Paviovich.— Claim for £8 8s., goods sold and delivered, -Mr. G; -M. Evan foi plaintiff; Mr. . A1. P. , Cox for defandant. Verdict \ for plaintiff, £7 13s. ' '
STURT ASSOCIATION. GURR CHALLENGE CUP. Lyric v. Rosebrook. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
'. RTimT ASSOCIATION: GURR CHALLENGE CUPl '. ?''?.??'? Lvrie v. Rosebrook:' ' ? ' 'Boscbrook, 115. ' Second Innings— B. , Corner, c. Whiliams,' b; Merrett, 20; V. Michell,'. l.b.w., b. Merrett, 10; J. Brown, l.b.w., b.- Reed, 24; L; Miehell, b. Merrett, 18; .Morgan, b. Merret, 0; R. Harvey, -.not out, 3; total (for 5 wickeU), 78. Bowling-Aj. Merret, 4 for 29; F. Reid, 1 for fi. LjTic, 164— S. Williams, c: Michell, b. Brown, 42; T. Wheatlcy, b. - Drummond, 8;-R. Kappler,' b. Drummond, 2; 11. Oeman, c. Harvey, b. Corner, 0; P. Champion, 'c, b. Shakespeare, 1; J. Merrett, c. Sanders, 'b. ' Corner, 0; H. Gardiner, b; Corner, 35; l\ '.T.- Recd,.c. Haslam, b. Morgan, 10; G. Nairn, nSt out,'7;.'R. Barron, b. Shakespeare, 33; N.- Edwards, b. Shakespeare, 1; extras, 15; total, 154. Bowling— R. Oirner. 3 for 36; W. Drummond, 2 for 42; Morgan, 1 for 10; W. Shakespeare, 3 for 25; J. Brown, -1 for 18. Umpires, Messrs. G. Wis den and G. Nisbett;, St. Oswald v. Glen Park. St Oswald, 4 for 269 (dec...
LOCAL COURT. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
LOCAL COURT. .' ADELAIDE. . Cause List, Wednesday, March 6,. at J0.30 a.m. At the Supreme Courthouse, before one -of thcii Honors. the Judges of the Supreme Cottrt.— Decw hardt— Berriman v. Montagues-Stuart; Simon— Hamilton y. . .S^A. .Railwaj-B Commissioner— - : Stuart; Sj-mon— Hamilton v. S.A. Railways Com- _? missioner-Stuart; Sj-mon'-Clutterbuck v.' Murphy — Glynn; Olyrm— Sedgwitfc v. :W«bster-^-Wa4cy. .A'r the Local Courthouse, before Mr. J. G. Bussell and Justices: '— Applications for Marine Store Dealers' Biccncc. — C. Conway, J. Curtis, F.. Bcr. ram. r B'ccorerj' of Tenement— The S.A. Company . v.Hughes. Application for an order to- enlorcK lien..—. Webb— Chambers r. ' Oreatliead;' Bloxam —Genders v. Bawling— Gordon; Wadey— Hay ward Brothers .v. Evans— Pope; Fcnn— Giles v; Giles; Hanip^CoUins v. Collins— Piper. ... ...,:.
FEDERAL CANDIDATES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
? FEDERAL OAiNDIPATES. ? ? To the Editor. ? ? Sir—To what cause are we inuebt^d for siich' a' eoodly 'array of. legal' talent .among the feSei^l ' candidates? ]A're there spine fat billets in Drospect? If so,' who will pay for the election ot a newaenator.or repre sentative- -to fill any vacancy that may occur? If the cost is to.be. irt propoi-tion to the cosf oE' the late ? election for the Central District— nearly' £500-4 1 will be positively '.ruinous to our unfortunate State if th«re are' many, of them.' ^Therefore, one of tlie most important questions whidh. can be put toall candidates forfederal honours by the electors would.be— 'Will you under takt, ' if ? elected, to serve . your full term pE office, always proriding you are not compelled to resign from ill:health? 'If 'you resign -from, any other cause, what propor^ tion of 'thexost 'of an ekctioh to till .the Va'cancj' Avould' .you . be prepared to pay?' The: answer lrcmld probably be equivalent to that giYenibyr^6381^- Ho...
CHRISTIANS AND THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
CHRISTLVNS' AND THE FEDERAL CONSlTrUTION: ... To the Editor. ? Sir— I make one more appeal to a public sense of' justice as between, man and man, and it ahall be final; 1 promise not to even claim reply to anv attack on. it or. me. -though a free-born British subject, I ?find ' myself, in a part ' of '? the British' . Dominion, and , 'under. Y its crown,' ?? made, an outsider... ? ,1 cannot accept 'the federal constitution because, co va«d by- clause 115,-it proclaims the vicious priofcsple that 'one religion is as: good as ?notber,' whfch is a. direct cxmtnuliution of . the British constitution, and' therefore (tf tie solemn oath of that ''Defender 'of the l-ith' iw'ho was proclaimed as your -King last Wednesday. ? Sir -R. Uaker las you re jwrt him to-day) calls the federal constitur tion 'one of the' most liberal constitutions everiramed.Jjy the ingenuity of man.' .He ia quite consistent in 'word, because liis re corded 'conviction' (as you, sir, ? 'Tie Eegis iter,' reported himan...
CRICKET. ELECTORATE MATCHES. WET WICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
CRICKET. v, electorate matches; : .4 wet Pickets. ; . [By Recorder.] After nearly a fortnight's sultry weather the rain came on Saturday morning: and spoiled the wickets oh which the senior, cricketers had to finish their round of mat ches. Ihe heavy showers between 1 and 3 o'clock, in, tHe afternoon made the turf soft; and bn'the Adelaide Oval there was no play in consequence of the decision- of t}ie, um- pires!-' -TneyHyen't out at half-past 3,. short Jy - after lhe:?rain had stopped, and came to the', conclusion that there should be do play. Certainly' the pitch' on top was wet, but it was' riotby any 'means- soft,' and the opinion, of. aeyeral people on '.the 'ground was that as three hciirs.were still available for play theifiathad been issued top soon. 'Ho^ever,*-thfr;EastTorrens and West Ade laide' men'disperiiied^aBd, the ? game -will- be reckSlied. as a flfaw. ' The matches at Ftot Adelaide and 'Unley were' proceeded with' and finished, with the result that East' Ade laide ...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
To the Editor. ? Sir— 1 have been much.- pained of late to^ Avitness the almost entire absence, of brisk business in South Australia..,. ^The State his been ruined .by. labour .members. Not only their Mest: blunder, tlie Ji.arly JJlosing Act, but other fads have had the effect' of redue-; ing :South Australia 'to 'Wellnigh- the leA-el of a village.' Go' where you aviII, and- ask/ a man of. means to ..invest his money here. Theiiniversal reply is-^-'N6; I Avill nottin yest another pound, as' I haA'e lost all con-' fidence. in the place.'. It is nice- to b»s?t of federation and what it was to do' for the: colonies. : My ' orrinion . is ,that all .business' matters are much riiore. depressed than be-' fore federation was even thought of.. Look at the. numbers noAy 'out; of employment,; many men driven .to: despa'r, and, as-re-1 corded in your' valuable paoer, se\'6ral have lately committed suicide. Let every elector in this State withhold his Vote from all la-' bour Candida tes,'arid w...
WAY COLLEGE ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION. UNVEILING A MEMORIAL TABLET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
WAY COLLEGE ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION. UNVEILING A- MEMORIAL TABLET. The annual demonstration at Way wl lege on Saturday afternoon, in co u ection mth the tessions of the Methodist Confer ence, passed -off ^Successfully. The Bight. Hon. Sir Samuel^ Way, Birt., octup ed tne chair, 'and was' supported by the principal of the college, Dr. W. G. Torr, the R. vs. l')i-. Uurgess, J. 'I Home,, and li. Wibberlej-. and -Mr. Joseph Ashton.— Dr. Torr present ed the r.nnual report. — ^The chairman, who was greeted with applause, said that for a good many years past he had boked upon the conference 3emonstration at Way Col lege as one of the happiest of events Thsre was no brancu of Christian' wo:k so blessed and so prolific in its results as the educa tion of the young. As an old Bible Chris tian, he had not forgotten, and never should forget, the past,' and it was a source of priUe tnat for 36 years before popular education had become popular that church, had .recogn:ssd its importance; and Sheb be...
"KING'S" COUNSEL OR "QUEEN'S" COUNSEL? [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
?'KING'S' COUNSEL OR 'QUEEN'S' COUNSEL? ? The 'Times of January 24 says:— 'There is no mourning border on the 'Votes and Proceedings of the House ot Commons.' These minutes of the Parlia mentary proceedings m 'that House on the previous day are published in the .usual form, and the simple record of what took place yesterday) runs:— '1. The House met at 4 of the clock'. It having pleased Al mighty God to take to His Mercy our, late Most Gracious Sovereign Lady Queen Vic toria, of blessed' memory, who departed this life yesterday between tlie hourjs of 6 and 7 of the clock, in the evening, at Os borne House, in the Isle- of, Wight; and Her late Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, and others, baying met this day at Saint James's Palace, and ;liaving directed that life Royal Highness Albert. Edward,. Prince 'of- 'Wales, ? be 'pfbclaiineH 'Ivangj 'by tike 'Style arid title 'of ?Edwanl tlie Seventh: Mr; Speaker, . and - several '.other Members, came to the House of Commons this day, ...
CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
CONCERNING PEOPLE. His Excellency the Governor and Lad/ Tennyson will on Friday be present at the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Show at tie Jubilee Exhibition-Building, and on Saturday will witness the race of the Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron for. the Tennyson Cup. ' Mr. Kingston, Federal Minister for Trade and Customs, arr'ved from Melbourne by the express on Saturday morning, and pro ceeded toLargs Bay. The.Hon. E. de Moleyns, brother of Lady Hopetoun, was a passenger by the mail steamer Britannia, which arrived from. London on Sunday. He is on 'his way to Queensland, for the purpose of visiting sugar plantations in which he is largely in terested. Mr. M. J. Conlon, the popular tide sur* veyor of H.M. Customs,, has almost re covered from his recent severe attack of illness. On Sunday he boarded the mail steamer Britannia, though not' in his offi cial capacity. On Saturday the members of the Wes-' tern Australian bar, about 50' an number, met the Chief Justice, Sir....
TO-DAY'S DIARY. Monday, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
TO-i)AI'S DIAKY. . Monday, llarcli 4. Sun rises 0.7 a.m.; sets C.5U p.m. Moon rises 5. j( p.m. ; sets 4.47 a.m. Semaplioro.— Low water, 11 a.m.;.Iiigli, 5 p.ra. !M5.— Frome road— Zoolopical (iardehs. 11.— Premier's Oflice— Early closing deputation. ? 7.30.— MauRlian Gliurth— ftiblic meeting. ' ' 8.— Brfstol Tavern— Blockcrs' League. &.— Exchange Cafe— Meeting A.N.A. ? ??? ' ? 8.— Xortli Adcjaide. Institute— Mr. Glvnn.' ' ? ' ? 8.— Protectionist Assoeiation-^otmcil meeting. St. .Andrew's Ilall— Rev. .1. B. Ronald lecturte. !? S.— Tivoli Theatre— Vaudeville entertainment. S.— ^ Theatre Royal— '.'The Bohemian Girl.' ,'
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
OT3T0RIA. ? MELBOURNE .'Marct 1. A-;otates sonooi teaoner at xeauangower, named 'Harold Tyers,- -was awakened out of sleep about 3 o'clock this morning by the bite of a snake on his arm. He at once tied a ligature around the arm, nuned to a neighbour's, a quarter of a mile distant. The neighbour with, a razor cut out the bit ten, part, which was then black, drove Tyers into Casterton, a distance of 32 miles, where medical treatment was ob tained, and the sufferer recovered. : At Horsham Police-constabie Ransom, in attempting to arreat a Trenchmani named Louis Blanc, found himself called upon to meet a furious attack with, a large clasp knife, and it was not until four civil ans1 came to Ransom's assistance that Blanc \vas got under control. ' .' ?--? . MELBOURNE, March 3. The members of the Sydney polo team who are about to play a series of matches ia Melbourne and the western district of ?Victoria' ' arrived- ' overland to-day with -a number of fir3t-class ponies. The team comprise...
MR. POYNTON, M.P., AT GOODWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
ME. POYNTON, M j\, AT GOODWOOD. Mr. Alexander Poynton, M.P.,.who is a candidate for the House of Representatives in the Federal Parliament, opened his cam naiirn bv addressing a meeting of the elec tors in the G-oodwood Institute on Satur day evening. ? The 'Mayor of Unley, Mr. Archibald Uackie, presided. Mr. Poynton, who met with a most grati fying reception, said:— Mr. Mayor, Ladies, and Gentlemen— I need hardly express my regret, at the DEPLORABLE APATHY that is being evidenced by the electors in connection with the momentous campaign now in progress. It appears to me that a great number of people do not grasp its full significance, they do not ssem. to realizs the magnitude of their inheritance; but I dare say that if the federal constitution contained anything which. pTaced one sec tion of the community at a disadvantage as compared with' another — for ? example, by imposing a property qualification for ' one branch of the Commonwealth Legislature there would be a howl all over...
THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. MR. PLAYFORD AT GUMERACHA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. MB. PLAYFORD AT GUilERACHA. [PUBLISHED. BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT.] On Friday evening the Hon. T. Playford, MJ1.,' addressed a meeting of electors-m tbe .institute, Uumeracha,' as a candidate fort the Senate. . Mr. E. 'Hannaford toot the ?onair. Amongst -those present was. -Mr. A. Poynton, Mil*., who afterwards spoke as a .candidate for the House of Representatives. ? Mr. Playford said those wno Avere pre sent at the declaration of the poll' some two years ago woulcLreaieinber that he! stated that ix the Commonwealth Bill was' accepted he would be a' -candidate for one of the Houses ot' the Federal Parliament. At that time, owing to the action of New fckmth Wales, in insisting on an alternative vote of 80,000, it was doubtful if the colo nies would federate, but now all difficulties had disappeared, and the whole of Austra lia was to be under one supreme Federal Government, and he was there that night ±0 redeem his promise of two years ago. (Cheers.) He offered' h...
ORNITHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
ORNITHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. ; Tlie ' second ! annual meeting , ot the South . Aus- ' tralian Orriitliolbgickl : Association was . held at the residence ' of. Of. 'A. ;M. Morgan,- Adelaide; on Kri dav evenlne. 'rKerc.;was;a' good attendance, arid jJi-.SMnrgin presided.' The seercWiy and -in*-.'. su'rer.'Mr.' i'. W;' Mellpr, /read the annual rcpori,.-,^ *lnett stated that tlie association hid been steadiiy * lit.Worfe,, with the result tliat hot only had tne. scientific portion of the community been cnlienifu ed,' But the' general' public had been given a better' knowledge 'of the habits and usefulness pi our , native wrds. . Tlie association bad made .satisfac« tory progress in the direction 01 preparing u new and up-to-date list of Australian birds, with local as well as the English and scientific names at tached. It was hoped that during the coming year the list would be completed, 'flic statement of accounts showed a /atisfactory balance. The report- and balance sheet were adopted...
AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL. Though outside the temperature had cool ed on- Saturday atternoon at Avas -still op pressive .Avithin doors. Nevertheless there wa«' ' 'aJ 'splendid attendance' . at the Theatre Koyal, v Avhen 'Lohengrin was -repeated .by- Mr! .Musgrove's opera- ; 'company.- ' 7, A fine j performance wasv-giveh/x' and 'the ' audience was 'en thusiastic fin. its appreciation. Madame yiapqtfski.as-Msa.and-llK Arens as Lohen gritf earneajthe KpiTs share 'of the applause, but-Hhe -other -pfincjpa'ls also did excellent ;Avprk'.v:'_The.JBohe-aian Girl' will be staged again tnis-'evening.' t'
TIVOLI THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 4 March 1901
1 ^TiyOlil-THBATBLB. ; ? .Iliere Avas'alROod attendance at the Tivoh Theatre onVSaturday aiterhoonv-.and even ing^ when a- cbinplete change of programme included the first appearance* at the, thea tre or -Messrs. wvooaam aua Aieiviii, song and dance artists; Mr. A. h. Dodd, a New Zealand basso; and the reappearance ot the popular Cambreyfiistersi Messrs. Woodard ana Jielyin' won 'Avei.-merried lavour 111 tneir 'acrobatic song' and dance,* 'My coal black lady,1' and had to submit to impera tive calls for 'more. Mr. JJpdd created a favourable . impression . in a sympathetic rendition' of the ballad' 'Only one heart divine,'' and , \yas heartily' encored. The L'ambieys are old favourites, and they1 were accpr*ded'a warm reception; One of their turns-. :isj -however, ? famijiar to Tivoli patrons, and; an innovation Tvould meet Avith ^appreciation. I'he.Jjebnards' turn is about the -best on the programme, and they shoAved: great -versatility' vint the three aketches submitted;- all of -w...