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Man's Life and a Piano. WE GET OUT OF TUNE JUST AS A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

Man;s tife'khd a ftaiibw WE-'G-ftr. OUT OF TUNE JUST AS -A MUSICAL, INSTRUMENT DOES. ?; liie fulrintensjtyoiliwngis reached onlr by; the perfectly healthy. 'Sickness dis .?ounts .the capacity ifor enjoyment., When n piano is badly out of tune,' the noises ..that come irom u are certainly .not musical. They arc not beautiful. If it is only a little bit out of tune, you can play some few things on it. , You can create a semblance of music, but you cannot make, really, beautiful, satisfying, soul-stirring mu sic, unless every string'. is tense and-firm, unless' every 'piece of the whole instrument is in perfect tune, in perfect condition, in perfect' harmony Avith every other piece. .^ It 5s-thc-Earae..\vith'a.human'being. If his bpdy'is all-out -of *order ;and run down, he will' not be ral?le sto^3pjr.*any thing, ? no. matter how-'full of -enjoyment-it may be for othei people. If he -ns~just a little bit out of order, if he 'is nor. sick,.but doesn't feel just right,' he will only be ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DARING DAYLIGHT ROBBERY. SYDNEY, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

DARING DAYLIGHT ROBBERY. SYDNEY. March' 4. A daring and brutal case of assault and robbery was committed in broad daylight to-day at the corner of Campbell and Castlereagh streets, a much-frequented irortion ot tne city. About halt-past 111 Tia You, a well-to-do Chinaman, employed as manager by Bow, War, & Co., mer chants, o£ Castlereagh street, was on his ? way to the bank carrying a bag containing £00 and some cheques. A number of young men rushed Tin You, knocked him down, and made off with the bag. The attack was noticed by several people, ' but 'the robbery was sp quickly carried out that the men. escaped before any of them could be detained. Those concerned in the attack ivere apparently well aware of Tin You's movements. Just as he reached the corner af the thoroughfares named a sulky was driven up, and from it three young men jumped. One of them felled the' Chiua man by a blow from a stout stick. Two souths who were standing by participated in the robbery. As soon, a...

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MISSING PROSPECTORS. LAUNCESTON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

MISSING PROSPECTORS. LAUNCESTON, March 4. Two prospectors,, Henry New and Cr. Gwyer, who are well-knowm on the west coast, have been ' inissinc for eight days. They left for the Stanley River with three days' provisions, and arranged to leave cer tain tools at a given point. Their boys went out, but failed to find the tools 'or any trace of the men. Search parties ar ranged by the, police left this morning with the intention of scouring the bush. The work will be difficult, as the locality is thickly timbered and rocky.

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

THE;WEATHER._' bince Saturday morning a high-pressure area has formed over,»ihe .Great Bight,' said Mr. Griffiths on Monday, /'and to-day it covers the Rreater portion of the State,' giving us cool southerly winds, which ex tend right into/the interior! Further heavy rain has fallen in. a few ? places inland, Hawker having over 1.00,'- Yongala M.33, Blanchetown- 1.50, and Broken ? Hill ? 1.75. These were all isolated showers, and places not far away had very little rain. In the south parts of the State only light scattered showers, were registered. The prospects during the next 24 hours are for fine wea ther with more or less cloudy conditions, and possibly here and there in the south parts slight showers. The weather condi tions are to-day finer inland.' Mr. Ander son; of Brisbane, predicted on Monday:— 'South Australia.— Cloudy ' and unsettled, with comparatively low temperatures. Occa sional showers. in the south-eastern, parts. Moderate south-easterlies, veering east north-east ...

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PERSONAL NOTES FROM ENGLAND. 80, Fleet street, London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

msoML~N(Ms 'Mom ENGLAND. [From our Special Correspondent.! SO, Fleet street, London, February 1. The death Is announced at the age of 55 Df Mr. Anthony Harley Bacon, second son of tihe 'late General and Lady Charlotte Ifccon. Manv South Australians will re miemlwr that Lady Charlotte, immortalized Iiy Byron under the name of latithe, and 'her children spent .several years in Adelaide ? — during the seventies if I am not mistaken. One of her daughters— Mr*. C. 15. Young is t-till with you. The funenil took 'place iit Kensal Green, and was attended by re 'hitions of the deceu-std, ineluiling Mr. E-1- ?\vurd Bacon, elder brother, and Mr. K. liiirney Young, nephew, Mr. Edward Ba vnn, it will be remembered, was for a time d.i die office of the Chief Secretary in Ade laide, lie came into ..hLs -jJHxiperty after Jeavinir the province. His.second son has been lighting: in SSith-;Afriei,' but having 'been seriously -wounded in the lej* had been ?tnvululod home. 31:. Mortimer. 'Menpes ha.-- w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

MOTIONS » ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION . iix T1IIS I-AV. JR. Fawcett— At Prospect, at lialf-past two— Pro- petty, Furniture, &c. J. \V. li. Alford k Co.— At the Town Hall, at eleven — Furniture. C. 0. t.'urr & Co.-^At their Mart, at eleven— Fir- nitiirr. Barker Brothers.— At 'John Bull Bazaar, at two— Hordes. -Vkliide Chilled Butter and Produce Co.— tU their Mart, at half-past ten — Dairy ami Farm lYCMlmt*. A. W. Sandforil & Co.— At their Mart, at eleven— Dairy and Farm Produce. THIS DAY, Tuesday, at 11. AT OUR ROOMS, OREXKELL STREET. 2 WALNUT PIANOS. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. UNDER DISTRAINT FOR RENT AND OX OTHER ACCOUNTS. G G. Gmn & Co., instructed as alwve, will sell— PIANOS (by Bcerhom and Hiddon), Dining room Suite. Carpets, Oilcloth, Pictures, H. Pine and Cedar Chest (G drawers), Rattan Chairs, Pine Wardrobe, Super. II. Pine Wardrobe, Duchess Chest 4 drawers, Duchess Pair?, Bookcase. Cedar Washstandr, Parisian and Single BEDSTEADS, Wire Mattresscs.an...

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SOLDIERS' LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

'SOLDIERS' LETTERS. Mr. S. Baynter, of-Buraside, has received from his son, Tpr. W.!A..Paynter, of the Imperial Bushmen, a letter containing the following:— 'Balmoral, January 26, 1901. we leit rretona on tne lath inst. amrgot here on the 23rd. Have been, writing, since then for remounts and more mem to join via to make our column stronger before trekking uguin. We lost one man,'a New' Zealander, at Bronthurst Spruit. He w-as shot in; the thigh by a Martini, and bled to death ?be- fore a doctor wis found, .is.he Avas alone in a garden and away from the ' column. We camped about 11 o'clock a.m. there, and about 2 an outpost of ours' was chased in, so about 200 of us had to saddle np as quickly a*s_ possible, and went after Johnny Boer. We chased them about six miles, but could not catch them. Gave them about .10 pom l-om .shells, and they left in a great hurry. The next day we. came on here. About tiye miles back a Tasmanian was shot, and (lied in a few minutes. There 'were about (iO...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

DISTRICT COUNCILS. TEUOWTE, February IS.— Present— All excopi Cr=. Xewlaud am] Reilly. Crown Lands Office notiiied £!'- allottrd for main roads; also sjieda! prant of £20. for ./amestown and Vareowie road. v.lori: 10 auenu meeting oi ijouui ijintrmiin'ia .vs ^iriatinn.' \Wirta oriiorcd — 10 chains and !! chains mctallinsf. ? Tarcowic and Jamestown road; clerk v, net several repairs done. Clerk reported that Ye h;id obtained promises of money and seed whf.it, and that concert would be held for purpose FiTd Mlicat fund. Farmers enquired what they wonld have' l' do. Tenders accepted— Xo. 27, A. J. Wjlfcin, £15; Xo. 2S, I'. Callinan, £W 10s.; C. Lcimtann, 17s. iit-r day. KOXD(-PARIN'GA, Febniary 23.— ftescnt— All. Rihbit inspector reported work progressing satis factorily. Tenders accepted— Work near M. -F. Blakc'sj M. J. Blake, £'J Ite.; 2s. per yard to be paid fur breaking stones in meadows. Works ordered— Extra 2J-in. mt'tal on Bull's CYeek road ami fnrainff on Michelmon-'s road. Cli...

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A NATION IN MOURNING. THE QUEEN'S BODY AT OSBORNE. PREPARATIONS FOR THE FUNERAL. LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

A NATION IN MOURNING. THE QUEEN'S BODY AT OSBORNE. PREPARATIONS FOR THE FUNERAL [From our Special Correspondent.] LO\TX-N. February 1. The nation is still benumbed by tne shock o£ the Queen's death. The cere-, inoniab connected with tbe« accession of Edward Ml. tot the throne relieved, for the moment, the teiu-ion ot popular ieeiing, lmt it was only for the moment. So soon as the oaths of iilicgiance had been sworn, E.nd the King had wiui due pomp ai'J cir cumstance been proclaimed in London and all the other ppcat cities in the British; realm, the sense of irreparable lo?s, which ' had been overpowering miring the hours fallowing upon the demise ot tue sovereign, ' once more became paramount,- in the i public mind. Every one seem? to feel for' the time being a.~ if most of the gladness bad goiie out of life, as if it were a sort of riurilrge to resume the ordinary round ot duties and pleasures. Business, of j course, has to be carried on, but it is at- 1 tended to in a fort of half...

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MOUNT LOFTY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

MOUNT LOFTY SH0W7 Visitors to the annual aaow of thev!Mount -ofty. Gardeners'1, .Association' are 'always m-pared t» witness- a -tine display. In some expects, however, Saturday's fixture in the starling lnsiaHiteitoiQ Deen exceiiea in pre vious years, more particularly \v\th regard m [wi plants, and ierns, 'and as the fertile listrict is peculiarly adapted to their cul ,ure it ynu: disappoin-ting that, the ^compe trDbn-was so iioot.- ' In- pleasing -contrast xas the prolusion of esceileht cut flowers. Lhe season has been the most unfavourable ?xperienced for years; and exhibitors were unanimous in proclaiming that they had lad the greatest difficulty in raising show sloom's. jjuntfewere, one of uhe haraiest of innuale'. had succumbed in several in stances to the vagar.:eV of the weather, and w attain perfection the more delicate plants liiicl held, to be nursea and .watched, to an unusual extent. Judging'by Die display,, tiowever, difficulties have been overcame by the enthusiastic...

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FAMOUS SWORDS OF HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

FAMOUS SWORDS OF HONOUR. Who will be the recipient of the forty1 second of the swords ot honour presented by the Corporation of London to those military and naval heroes tlhey desire to place UI)0n the civic roll of fiim- -rmniiinq to be, seen, but the late Commanderin Cnref in South Africa, Lord Roberts, and his successor, Lord Kitchener, are the only two officers taking part in tiie wax- who have received ' swords of honour from the corporation. The former, then Mjr.-Gen, Sir Frederick Sleigh Roberts, G.C.B., V.C., received his in 1881, after the Afghan cam paign: the latter was honoured in like man ner in November, 1898, as the result of Om- durman.. Although the actual value of tha sword is nothing compared to the honour the presentation confers, it is, neyerttheless, a very valuable weapon. For instance, that given to Sir William Fenwick Wil liams in 1856 cost two hundred guineas; the one which the Duke of Cambridge received the following year, £218 8s.- but .since that date, w...

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ORATORICAL TRIBUTES TO THE LATE QUEEN. LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

ORATORICAL TRIBUTES TO THE IiATE- QUEEN, [From our SDecial Correspondent.] LONDON' February 1. It is, of course, out-oi tne question to ittempc to give even a faint idea of what Jic great orators of the country have said n the wav o£ eulocy of the departed. sove-: ?eign,-and her glorious reign, Dut possibly } i .lew extracts irom the speeches of meu ( ivhq from taeir position, and talents are , ?ecogniseid as the leaders of the nation may , )e welcome. Speaking as mover of an aa-; ' Iress of condolence with the King, and- of : rongrdiulation upon his - accession, , ? LOUD SAUSBUKY -n Friday last used these words ? in the i louse oi Lords: — 'Ihe revered late yueen md so many, titles to our admiration- that kc could occupy an enormous time in ;ianciiig at them even perfunctorily. But :hat on. wbicn i .think your, lordships will; nost reflect, and which will cniefly attach io her ciiaracter in history, is that, being t constitutional monarch, with restricted, powers, she reigned by sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

Throat Affections and Hoarseness.— All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of 'Brown's Bronchial Troches.' These famous 'lozenges' are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country at Is. ljd. per box. People troubled with a 'hack- ing-congh,' a 'slight cold,' or bronchial affec tions cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and 'Asthmatic affections. See that the words 'Brown's Bronchial Troches'* are on the Govern ment Stamp around each box. Prepared by JOHN' 1. BROWN- & SONS, Boston, U.S. European Depot, S3, Farringdon road, London, England. ': . . . n363tczd

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LONDON FINANCIAL AND MINING NOTES. LONDON, February 1. THE BANK OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

LONDON FINANCIAL' Ml) \ ? : mining notes; [From our Special -Correspondent.] : LONDON, February 1. THE BANK OK ADEUAIDK. Mr. Percy, Arnold, Manager of the Bank of _ Adelaide, has heard that the protrac-.tcd litigation at -Aachen (formerly Aix la Cha uelle) : in reference \.n matters affncrir.tr trip estate of Messrs. Harrold & Co. ha.* ended in j favour of. the IJank, -but -.has- not yet -re- ] ceived particulars of the judement. Fori some time Mr. Arnold has been engaged up; on preliminary enquiries with a view to the better housing of the institution over which lie so ably presides. This quest has not beer: undertaken a day too soon. It is not at all creditable to. a Bank which carries on such extensive operations in the City of London that it should be s-o cramped for' room. There are plenty of firms of brokers and financial .agents who would turn up their noses at such circumscribed and ill-furnished business premises. Mr. Arnold would be quite content for the. new build...

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THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT. A correspondent writes: — i'eoplc in tlie lull' districts say ;hat there has ? been an aiarni ng increase of . Jaie - years- in the num Der ot ueatns caused Dy cancel, unetner tlie proportion to other parts of the State is abnormal migttt be ascertained by a- com- parison of the mortality tables, and if the impression tuat prevails proves correct the cause should o'e sought, in one town ship mat came 'under my notice two deatns irom this dread disease have occurred within a month, and three other persons iye being treated for it. . -The numbers of Sunday bush fires that have raged in the past '-nave afeain been' noticeable this summer; hence it has been conjectured that 'Saturday picnickers' are in some -way responsible. Sparks from pipes or cigars could scarcely 'sraouiuer several hours before bursting mtollames, but it is quite possible' that the hot ashes left after uoiiing the billy might smoulder end eventually ignite either roots of trees or be foiown on...

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WAR NOTES. DE WET'S FOUL DEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

WAR NOTES. m-: wrt's foul r-F,En A Reuter's message dated jiloemfontein, January 28, reads as follows:— Appended is the full text of the telegram received by the military tovcrnor from tiie Jvroonstad District Commissioner with rereren.ee the alleged murder of a Boer peace envoy by order of De Wet:— 'Kroonstad, January :!o. Sequel to the death of J-jrijendaai. Am awaiting arrival of eyewitness from Lindler. Have evidence of Utrhardus _\lul ler, who was present when Morgendaal was ?fhot. He states that Morgendaal was never tried by the Boer court. J-'roncman Hogged Morgendaal first in a most cruel 'way .with a sjambok across the face and head, and threatened to shoot him. Do Wet called out — '.Shoot the ? , and Froneman promptly shot Morgend-aal. The evidence appears only too clear.,, 1 have the state ment of an eye-witness, Muller, who was only 10 yards away all the time, and that of Mrs. Morgendaal, who received the death l-ed statement of her husband, which con firms Muller's stat...

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ENGLISH SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

ENGLISH SPORTING NEWS. The English correspondent of 'The Ilegister' writes from London, January 23:— The all absorbing topic of the week is naturally .he to the general public, startlingly sudden luiss me; away of our ijueeu. iveeaiess to say, au thoughts of simns lias been sunk since' Tuesday's -atal evening— all race meetings have been aban Jonc-d until after the funeral ceremony shall have taken place, and so also have all coursing fixtures, Hunting meetings, football nratches, billiard con tests, and the like. Kven at far-away Monte Carlo, .vhere the shooting for the valuable Grand Prix du Casino was commenced yesterday, all the English shots that had entered fork— 32- in number out of a total entry of 115— withdrew from the competi tion, ho great ;ire the respect and affection for- the tleiKirted sovereign.' Among the withdrawn nomina tions for the prize were the four Australian shots, Alacintosh, Kales, Kenna, and Uill, and the Anieri oan eijck, Robinson. However, it behoves m...

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HOLIDAY REFLECTIONS. GENIUS AND INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

HOLIDAY REFLECTIONS. GENIUS AKD MSANITY. [By Professor Ives. ?'The mind of the scholar, if you would have it large and liocral, should come in contact with other, minds.'— Longfellow. 'On every thorn delightful wisdom grows, in every rill a sweet instruction flows.' — Youmr. L I had a Jong holiday forced upon me, with promise of another next year if I continued in my 'veil-doing. Feeling that suffering humanity had need of succour amid the sea of doubt and perplexity i-nto -which cer tain psychological and physiological ques tions threatened to engulf it, .L thought I might profitably employ my leisure in studying certain of the most burning ques tions. The.result of my enquiries .shall be stated quite- fearlessly. The lessons they seek to teach 'will be their best apology for intrusion upon, the public gaze. .'.'.', : r- ' Is genius a 'form' of madness ?' Those who 'have to doalvrith poets, musicians,. and ar tiste 'will probably, answer f'Yes' readily, enough'; but'their' replies,...

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THE CHASTISEMENT OF CHINA. ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN ADMIRALS DISAGREE. LONDON, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

THE CHASTISEMENT- OF . \ CHINA. ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN ADMIRALS DISAGREE. [From our Special Correspondent.] LONDON. January 25. lhe only progress to 'be* reported- regard- ing affairs in China connected with the de mands of the allied Powers is that the agreement for' the opening of negotiations nas '.been delivered 'by tne Uhinese plenipo tentiaries. 'Prince Ching,' says Renter, 'declares that the Chinese requests are reasonable,- and that the question of in demnity is of a two-sided character. Some of the allies, 'he says, conducted warfare .in a fashion hitherto unparalleled.' Chinese 'merchants and private citizens assert that valuables amounting to immense sums have been.looted, and that it would be unfair not to consider thia fact when the indemnities are'discussed.' It seems probable that the various European Governments may make separate arrangements for the payment of their indemnities. ? In this matter ' the Chinese desire to have the amounts award ed by an international comm...

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THE EARLY CLOSING ACT. DEPUTATION TO THE PREMIER INDIGNANT SHOPKEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

THE EARLY CLOSING ACT. DEPUTATION TO ? THE PREMIER INDIGNANT SHOPKEEPERS. An exceedingly large number of shop keepers in the Central District waited upon the Premier, Hon. F. W. Holder, in the de putation room of the new . Government uuiluings, on jvionaay morning, ana placed their case before him in connection with tne Early Closing Act. The Hon. J. L. Parsons, M.L.C., in intro ducing the deputation, referred to the. diffi culties, embarrassments, and financial disturbances which ...had . .'arisen - in consequence, of the , passing of the Early Closing Act. The shopkeepers recognised 'that the desire 'of Parliament lwd been 'to benefit the community as a whole and individuals in particular, but dif ficulties and hardships had: .arisen which could not have been foreseen when the Act was being considered. He would read the following letter as illustrative of the dis tress that tne statute had caused: — 'I- aim one of the widowed storekeepers.^ '??'My hus band died some time ago, leav...

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