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MAGISTRATES' C0URTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

MAGISTRATES' COURTS. GLADSTONE: .Tuesday, February 26, and Satur- day, March 2. Before Mr. J. R. Creber., Walter Stokes, alias Ross, and Harry Richardson, la- bourers, were committed for trial on several   charges, including one of having stolen two horses from Wirrabara, and another of having broken into the shop of James Charles Weir, at Jamestown,   and having stolen, therefrom, jewellery valued at £50.                

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

SPORTINGr. Mr. A. O;-Wiitington. frill, on Monday, March 11, receive nominations for the prin cipal events to be decided at the S-A..J.C. Autumn Meeting. The races that '.will re quire the attention of owners, are; — FIRST HURDLE RACE.— A handicap of 800 iovs.; second borne to receive 10 sovs. and the third 20 sova. out of the stake. Two miles and GOODWOOD HANDICAP.-Of 500 sovs.; the 8C cond horse to receive 100 sovs. and the third 50 Bovs out of the stake. Three-quarters of a mile. SECOND HURDLE RACE.— A handicap of 150 sova., the second horse to receive 35 bovb., and the third 15 sovs. out of the stake. Two miles and 36 yards. ADELAIDE CUP.-A handicap of 1,000 sovs.; the second horse to receive 200 sovs. and the third 100 bovb. out of the stake. One mile and five fur °T?IE STEEPLECHASE.— A handicap of 250 sovs.: the second horse to. receive 50 bovs. and (he third 25 sovs. out of the stake.. About three miles. . MARION STEEPLECHASE.— A handicap of 150 sots.; the second horse to rec...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

FUNERAL NOTICES ITtHE Friends of the late Mr. FREDERICK BART J- L-7IT are informed that his FUNERAL will Leave his Residence, Wellington square, North Adelaide, THIS AFTERNOON (Turaday), at 3 o'clock, lor the West terrace Cemetery. GEO. DOWNS & 90N, Telephone 735. Undertakers. THE Friends of the late Mr. GEORGE ROBINSON (late of Caltowie) are respectfully informed   that his FUNERAL, will Leave his late Residence, Tyrell street, Kensington, for the Payneham Ce- metery, THIS DAY (5th), at 1 p.m. 11. BUTTERY, SON, .t CO., Undertakers, Parade. Norwood; and Payneham road, St. Peters. rrUlK Friends of Mr. Carl R. Nelson arc informed i-L that the FUNERAL of his late Wli'E (Uasanna), and late mother or Mr. R. Sutherland, r.hi,.f Armourer of H.M.C.S. l'rotector, will Leave his Rpsidenie, Dcnman street, E,xeter, THIS DAY OTnrsday), at S p.m., for the Woodvillc C«metcry. C3'-l W. F. DESLANOES, Undertaker. TT.llE Friends of Mr. Alfred Vardon are respect J- fully informed t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 5 March 1901

SPECIAL NOTICE. Announcements of liirtlis, M-irriagcs, and Deaths, pit exceedins live lines, are inserted once each in 'The Itrgister,' 'The Observer,' 'The Even ing .Journal,' and Special Summary prepared for transmission to England for the single charge of Half a Crown; extra lines Gd. each. The name and address of the eender must in all cases be given. BIRTHS. S0i;TIirOMBE.-0n the 22nd February, at Brae kendene, lllcnelg, the wife of F. 11. Southcombe— a daughter. WALD.-On the 24th February, at Palmyra, Park terrace, North Unley, the wife of A. Graham Wald— a daughter. WHEATOX.— On the 3rd March, at Jloneta Villa, Victor Harbour, the wife of L. B. Wheaton— a son. DEATHS. CABBERY.— On the 26th February, at Prospect, Will, the dearly loved son of II. Jl B. and K. J. Carbery, aged four months. CORDON'.— On the 27th February, Annie, the wife of Thomas Gordon, Ardrossan, in her 7lth year. JIEANEV.— On the 20th February, at her own residence, Hornsdale, Mary, relict of the late James M...

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THE ROYAL VISIT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE ROYAL VISIT. To the Editor. Sir— 'Agin the Government is in the wrong if 'be experts oiir Government to go. to any expense to welcome the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall. Does he not know, that the Premier win at tnat time be in Melbourne? Also does he not know that but for the public outcry no public proclamation of our King would have been Held here? I -think that the Government that cannot procure in three hours a few hundred bottles of -sodawater should at least be allowed. a few years to prepare a fitting welcome to the Duke. 1 IoAe'goyernment. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

lT CHILDREN I HjnoHra-tteys have notoriously BAD TEETH, ^ 'because the White Bread they live on lacks the £,' ,; Wheaten Phosphates (rejected with the Bran) tS xriwck goto make good, sound Teeth, as well as ;: Bone, Brain and Nerve substance. ? - CEREBOS SALT, used like common salt, supplies these necessary Phosphates, and is, ' therefore, invaluable in the daily food of mothers and children. WwicsakJieents:- D & J. FOWLER, ADELAIDE & FREEMANTLE. n322vra* : A REFINED, BEVERAGE. C'arlbury's Cocoa provides a- refined daily beve rage for (lie robust, (lie young, the old, and par-, ticularly those of weak' and impaired digestion. ' , ' \ ' . ' ' ' '?? ' ' ',' ?'? .''?'u?!»re' - A GENUINE GUARANTEE.— Every Article is guaranteed in first-class erder and of the best workmanship. If not we undertake to take-them back and bear the expense of carriage. Country Orders receive special attention. 2/3 jigrt wnira for ora kb'£2W.™S!' Xfi'IS/nl. NEW .ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, W| raarbX...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

FINE OLD GENUINE FREHGH BRANDY, /CO/® Jar inermled. IMPOST COMPANY'S STORES, 131, GKEOTELIrSTRFEE- b1»— ~ Ve state, without reservation,' that we use in on: COOPER'S ALE NO SALICTLIC ACID NO OTHER DRUG, and NO BITTER EICEPT HOP. In confirmation oi which we offer a REWARD OF £100 ;o the First Person Proving above Statement to be False. MOS. COOPER & SONS, UPPER KENSINGTON. ' ' * ' s37w93- G. GRAMP'8 CARTt BLANCHE AGENTS RANDALL & BOUGATJT, OPPOSITE ROYAL EXCHANGE, KING ' WILLIAM-STREET. Telephone 704. nfiflwcl ECZEMA- OLEACShn the ??Ibrarne HamMMihle Hotpltal. Dit corerer. Christopher Mudd. F.L.S., F.RGA & M.RPh.S. London, the Pnnce of Wales' botanist Jars, 49. 6d. ; potted 4*. tod.— Depot, Hwril ft Kemp, -» Arcade. ' NSOmwsc FOR » CO To H. LAWRENCE, FURRIER AND .. RUGMAKER, 124, RONDLE . STREET. :.. ? n51mwcv LUCKY HIT TOBACCO. * . NlOmwazvo

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TO-DAY'S DIARY. Wednesday, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

rO-DAY'S DIARY: Wednesday. Match 0. Sun rises 0.9 a.m.; sets -U7 p.m. Moon rises 0.53 p.m.; Bets 6.40 a.m. Semaphore.— Low water, 11.30 a.m.; high, 5.30 p.n? 9-5.— Frmne road— Zoological Gardens. 12.— Exchange -Hotel— Monster G.M. Syndicate. 2.30.— Town Hall— Property gale. '' ' 2.30.— Tivoli- Theatre— Vaudeville entertainment. 8-— Jacliman's Hooms— Effective Voting League. 8.— Town Hall— E«rly closing social. . ' ? . 8.— Tree Trade and Liberal Association. . S.— Tivoli Theatre— Vaudeville entertainment, ? 8.— Theatre Boyal— 'The Bohemian Girl.'

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THE ALLEGED LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THK ALLKG-ED TVTRF.T, fJASTC At the Supreme Court on Tuesday morn ing, before His Honor the Chief Justice, Mr. J. C. Hamp filed- the. amended plea of inab'Hnafion , ivliieli Iiari lwvn , nifprml hv Oharles Walter ' Chandler, .who had been committed for trial on a charge of libel. The Crown Solicitor applied for leave to demur to the second, portion of the plea on the ground that it was not sufficiently explicit. He pointed out that the plea was practical ly a repetition of the alleged libel, and no additional particulars had been given. He submitted that when a general and sweep ing allegation was made against the charac ter of the prbsecutrix, it.was essential that particulars should- be given when a plea, of justlifi cation was entered, in order tha't the other side might know what they would have' to meet. He cited Odgers on 'Libel and Scandal,' 2nd ed., 538, to show that the plea was not sufficiently explicit. ; His Honor said he was satisfied that the plea waVba'd,' and additio...

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THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

i HE SIXTH CONTINGENT. The work of selecting the 60 men to com prise the city section of the sixth contin gent will be begun at the Old Exhibition (?Imiincta nf. lfl nVlnok i\\\- mnrnincr iM^^1^p days will, however, elapse before the men are chosen jn the country districts. On Monday the Commandant, Brig.-Gen. Gor don, issued another general order .dealing with the selection . of men in the coun try. It was as follows:— ''1. The under mentioned have been appointed as selection boards in the country districts, namely:— Mount Gambier, Mjr. Howland (president) and Capt. F. H. Browne; Gladstone, Lieut. Col. Catt (president) and Capt. A. -E. Jay; Wallaroo, the major (president) and Lieut. J. Henderson; Burnt, Hon. J. Lewis, M.L.C. (president) and the President of the Buna Defence Rifle Club. 2. The pre sidents of these boards will make arrange ments for the attendance of a local medical officer to medically examine the candidates. 3. The presidents of the boards will make arrangements to...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE WEATHER. 'The monsoonal influences over the in terior of this State have now given place to fine weather, under trre effect of a hign pressure area, which has formed over the Bbuth coast line, said Mr. Griffiths on iue.v day. This area this morning ? covers all the southern pirts of tlie continent between Bass Straits and Cape Leuwin, and extends inland nearly into the centre of the conti nent. No rain has fallen m this State dur ing tile ..past 24 hours except a slight sprinkle .in the south-east. During the next 24 hours fine pleasant weather will continue with south and south-easterly winds. The high will shortly begin to move eastward, the Avinds will tend northerly, and the temperatures start to rise.' Mr. Clement Wragge, Government Meteorologist of Queensland, resumed his duties on Tuesday after an eight months' holiday. He issued the following prediction: — 'South Aus tralia.— Cloudy, unsettled, and compara tively cool. Some stattered sho\vers, chiefly in the .south-east ...

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"KRUGER SURRENDERS!" [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

'KRUGER SURRENDERS!' Facetious habitues of the courts made fun of the fact that Mr. Kruger surrendered to the Insolvency Court, Adelaide, on Mon day mornine-. He was down for a first heiring, and Mr. A. J. Foster had the honour of representing hiui. When the well-known name was calrsd there was no answer. Mr. Foster could give . no reason why his client did not appa'ar. The report er whispered in the ear of Mr. Sinclair, who appeared for the official receiver, 'Perhaps he'6 trekking.' Mr. Sinclair passed tiie whisper along and asked Mr. Foster 'Is lie trekking?' 'I don't kno^v,' answered Mr. Foster; 'I haven't heard from him.' Tlie court adjourned the case for a week for the insolvent to surrender. Not long after the court adjourned Kruger, who had been waiting patiently at tae Police Court for his name to be called, realized Ins mistake, and forthw.th presented himself at the Insol vency Court. He was told he would have to appear next week. It may be as well to state that Mr. Kruge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. : DONALDSON, ANDREWS, & COMPANY. The RALMCE ol Our SUMMER STOCK Is Now Offered to the Public AT FURTHER SWEEPING REDUCTIONS. AUTUMN WE ARE NOW SHOWING; A NICELY : akiK ASSORTED SELECTION i AND OF W1NTFR NEW GOODS FOR AUTUMN AND .. ;;£- ;_U rJi- winter in all departments. SHIPMlNTS. just opened. ? o ? .-..??? Country Visitors are Specially Invited to Inspect Our Spacious Showrooms. Now full of Novelties\ for the coming Season. ? o _ _. -— S5S, RUND LE S T RE ES T. »5flmwfc SA. GOVERNMENT 3 PER CENT. STOCK ? (Free of Income Tax.) PRICE AT TEE TREASURY TO-DAY, with interest from 1st December, 1900, £100 ^^ F0' £95. ?„. 'LAYS AND LYRICS,' A TOLU11E OF POEMS BY THE LATK MORQAN HAVVKES. Price, 2/6. kfay be hid from all the principal Booksellera is the City. «85Sc VISITORS TO TUE OLD COUNTRY. n a 1 1 ry. c\ Gloucester road, Kill I rY ?S SOUTH KENSINGTON, UMULUl U LONDON, S.W. Under Royal Patronage: iinTrj TIIE XEW lounge. HII I r One of thL' Finest Examples ...

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THE DALY RIVER OUTRAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE DATA* RTVER OUTRAGE. Cabinet has decided that the death sen tence passed on the aboriginal Jimmy for the murder of John Larson at the mouth of the Dnlv River. Northern Territory, shall be carried into effect. Jimmy, together with two other natives, George and Georgie, was employed on Bradshaw's oil launch Wunwulla, commanded by John Larson, and when the boat mis lying at the mouth of the river Jimmy made a murderous as sault upon Larson and killed him. The execution will be carried out as near as possible to the scene of the outrage. ,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

SPECIAL NOTICTI. AnnouncemenLs of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, n»t exceeding rive 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 lid. each. The name and address of the tender must in all cases be given. DEATHS. CANAVAN.-On the 27th February, at Mount Cambier, limily Veronica, beloved youngest daugh ter of Jcremiiih und Mary Ann LMnavau, aged 4 yean?. (Jl'NN.— On the 3rd of Marcli, at Warracknabcal (Victoria), (Jeorgc I'rosjljnd, youngest sun of (.icorge and Lily Cunn, iiged live months. WKRTIIEIME1!.— On the 5th March, at his late residence, Pirie .street, Ki'M Tnwn, I.udwig, dearlj l)elovcd husband oi Anna Wurtliciiuvr, aged i7 years. :

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THE PLAGUE PATIENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE PLAGUE PATIENT. Theodore Riege, the wharf labourer who is affected with bubonic plague, passed a fairly good night on Torrens Island. £o fn»cli pnepe linvp nrYMiriwl- Dr. Rnsebv DrO ceeded to the island on Tuesday to take 'fcharge of the patient wiiile he reniarns there. Dr. Roseby was Dr. Cleland's as sistant at the Lunatic Asylums, and durins his absence his work will be carried out by Dr. Leith Napier.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

NOW READY. ._ ? -. . . Our Artistic and Handsome Booklet, 'All Alioat' BiiDlop Type's % 1901° Can now be obtained Gratis by caHimror writing for ; same. Containn 40 .napes of matter interesting and instructive to all Cyrllsts, aliojui artistic and pretty Supplement ol well-known R&cing Cracks. ' '. Ihe 2xmlop_Pi:eump,ti5 Tyra.Cj. of Australia, Ltd.. ?59,: FRANKLIN STREET/ADELAIDE. ' Are beinc placed on the market hy-xa to meet the existing demand for a good weaking ttre at a Low-IiGr/BB. . ? ? -? Not m Good at* 'burr ops' but batter than ?'.??, .. ' ; ?' all othor*. ? - ' ? '? -Manupacibbedbt - ... The Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co. of Australia, Ltd. 59, FRANKLIN ITREtT, ADELAIDE.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

FUNERAL NOTICES rpHE Friends of Mr. II. M. Miller arc informed -L that the FUNERAL of Iris late SOX (Leslie) will Leave his Residence, Lock street, St. Peters, THIS DAY. (Wednesday), at 2.30 p.m., for the Clavtoa Church Cemetery. Kensington. V. GANNONI, Undertaker, as Parade, Norwood. rpHE Friends of the late Mr.L.\VEUTHEIMER arj ' J- respectfully informed that his HEMAINS will be Removed from his late Residence, Pirie street, Kent Town, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 1 p.m., fur Interment in the Pavneham Cemetery. E.rilENTHGS'; Undertaker, 119, Hindlcy street. South Australia lodge, Xo. i, i.o.o.f;— BROTHERS of the above Lodge and the Order in eenernl are hereby notified that the RE5L.UAS of BRO. LUDWIG VVERTHEIMER, P.G., late of ilie Bon Accord Lodge, Xo. 11, and recently ..of above Lodge, .will be Removed from his late Resi dence, -*o. :t, Pirie-strect, Kent Town,' at 4 p.m., THIS DAY (Wednesday), for Burial at the l'ayne ham Cemetery ? GEORGE HOLLIS, . Secretary.

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THE FEDERAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE FEDERAL POST OFFICE. At the stroke of midnight on February 28 the post, telegraph, and telephone offices of the different States passed over to the control of the Federal Government. For the present it » purely a formal deed, and the general public will not notice any alte ration. 'Everything will proceed just as before.' raid Sir Charles Todd on Thurs day, 'only I will have as my Ministerial head a Federal Minister instead of the pre sent Minister of Education. It has been arranged by the Federal Government that the local Treasury shall be our bankers 'in a sense, and all the money we take from Friday will be paid into the -Treasury and credited to the Federal ? Government, and any expenses incurred after that day will be debited to the Commonwealth. ' I do hot expect any difficulty whatever, even although the Federal Minister happens to be a thousand miles away,, for I will net on my own- responsibility just as I always have in all departmental matters, and refer to the Minist...

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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. NOMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. NOMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES. The Returning Officer for the SUi*, Mr. W. R. Uootnby, C.M.U., attended at the town hall* Adelaide, on March 4, and annnnnrpH f.haf hp liaH rprpivpd t.hp follow ing nominations in connection with the federal elections:— FOR THE SENATE. Arthur. Richman Addison, of Orroro, merchant. ' ? ? s Richard Chaffey Baker, of Brougham place, North Adelaide, solicitor. Thomas Burgoyne, of George street,' Nor- wood, architect and' member of Parliament. David Morley Charleston, ' of Glen Os mond, engineer. William Copley, of Blackroek, farmer. John William Downer, of Glenalta, near Aldgate, solicitor. Andrew Alexander Kirkpatrickj of Ann street, Stepney, printer. Gregor McGregor, of Queen street, Un ley, labourer. James Vincent ? O'Loghlin, of William street, Hawthorn, journalist. Thomas Playford. of Norton's Summit, gardener. Josiah Henry Symon, of Upper Sturt, FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. . Henry Ohaffey Baker, of Hurtle square, secretary to the...

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