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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH March 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PRTfTTT Mnrvli 5 The Government intends advising ? His Excellency the Administrator to dissolve Parliament on. March 15 owing to the difti -nltv psDP.rienced in connection with the writ for East Coolgardie. The Avrits for the general election Avill be .issued at the earliest possible date after the federal elec tions. The adoption of this course will render the pending by-elections impossible. The ninth annual meeting of the Pro ducers' Conference was opened to-day. The Premier, Mr. Throssell, delivered the in augural address. More than 60 societies were represented.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
To the Editor. Sii^— Just a few words in reference to tlie letter signed 'Not an Assistant.' Tlie writer says it is a pity so many correspon dents attack the secretary' and 'members of the J*.-arly Closing Association, and entirely ignore t'he subject at issue, instead of niak' ing proposals which the association would be glad to consider. Does your eorrespon dent'think that when an association mostly (?/imposed of youths, makes misciiief and causes -untold sorrow and misery it can go scot free? No; it will not do. With reference' to your correspondent's suggestion that the ' secretary of the association sacrificed a permanent portion to devote Jiis whole life to a;grand reform without being adequately remunerated for his valuable service, I ask whither the gentleman concerned did or tlvl not Jeave Iris permanent position to re ceive a higher salary, no; to mention the gratification of political ambitions? I am, Sir, &c. ;? SALESMAN.
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
To 'the -Editor.' ?Sir— The Premier on Monday informed tho deputation of shopkeepers that the Go rernment could afford them no relief in the* 'distressful circumstances in whit-li tlim nnu themselves tnrough tlie operation of the Early Closing Act. I recommend the shopkeepers interested— 1. To form a poli tical association, and suggest as a title 'The Shopkeepers' League.' 2. To prepare a pe tition, and obtain as many signatures to it as they can of electors in the metropolitan district, for presentation to His Excellency the -Governor, respectfully requesting, him to summon Parliament at the earliest pos sibly date for a- special session to amend the Early Closing Act. I shall be happy to assist in both these movements. I am, Sir, &c, J. LANGDON PARSONS.
EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
'EARLY CLOSING. To 'the Editor Sir;— Several of your correspondents, and notably the Hon. J. L. Parsons, have re cently been good enough to suggest that the Earlv Closing Association should appoint a committee to edit the correspondence which issues from tha office of tliis asso ciation. Several weeks ago it was decided to leave all matters in this connection to the discretion of the 'secretary, and in thrf light of recent events we see no reason for regretting' having placed this power in his hands. In order, however, to. make the position of the secretary quite clear in this direction, at the usual meeting of the board held on Monday evening last it was resolv ed that- this board should stand by the se cretary in any emergency which might arise as a consequence of any'action he has taken in connection with this present controversy. A unanimous vote endorsing the correspon dence which has been undertaken by the secretary in his official capacity was alio carried. 1 am sending you t...
TO THE Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
Tn tlio TuWnr Bir — The inconveniences and lo^es sus tained by trne shopkeapers and others who laid rtheir grievances before the Premier on Mondar show a most unsatisfactorv- state of things as ansing.from the operations of this statute. The result of the efforts bf the deputation is only what could be. expected, as Mr. Holder plainly stated that he was powerless to give the relief sought for,- or anything but his ..'sympathy.' There can be no -objection to a restriction -of the ?hours of labour for those who consider they are. too hardworked, or -where the em ployers can afford them the privileges they f?er$heniselves entitled to under the Early Closing Act, but when it affects the rights, interests, and prospects of small shop and store keepers, both townand suburban— amongst whom are included many in? stances ©f struggling widows— who do not in any way desire the benefits of the Act. hut whose civil and commercial lights and privileges are so seripusly ' interfered iritn, then it...
To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
Tv» tVio IMi+nr Sir— Ho! ho! ho! Fancy Mr. Par sons posing, as the ? poor ' Widows' knight. It is too funny! . Just ninture' the errant knichtr beinir over whelmed with their tales of woe, magni fied tenfold in a believer's ear. Widows to the right of him, widows to the left of him, widows all round him, volleyed and thun dered. One gave this fareeeing politician credit for' more astuteness. Presently he will wake-un and find himrelf in a mare's nest/ Perhaps he 'will tell 'us how many 'poor widows' there are in business in the suburbs? Does he think that there should 'be one law for the shopkeeper who is an employer to close, and a bock door to it allowing the shoDkeeper withdute^mployes to keep open? In one street there may be a dozen shops, eight may. keep open, and. the otner four, having assistants, must close. Tlie four would sit calm and abide by it,; wouldn't they? There would be no dissension or ruction or .. unfairness then, would there? It won't do! The discerning public ...
SIR RICHARD BAKER EXPLAINS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
SIR BICHARD BAKER EXPLAINS. To the Editor. Sir^Ih:'The Rejgister' of tWay 'Ifanu- factuTer' misquotes what I said. He' says — 'Sir'R; C. Baker is reported to have said' that the ? 128 South Australian- manufactur ers who in 1890 gave evidence relthe eflect the' introduction of free trade would have upon South Australian manufacturers re marked that j'they were, in'a position to sifccessfully cope with any competition within or without the colony.' ' What I did say in reference to intercolonial .free trade was— 'The commission -examined 128 witnesses, and reported,' inter aliaf as follows:— 'That the ajfricultural implement makers, machinists, and others declare themselves ' equal to any . competitor. . r. .That industries have been so streng thened that .they are now in a position to successfully cope with any competition within or without the colony. No douht many of the ?manufacturers who were ex amined were .afraid of competition, and de sired thatprotection should still continue...
CORPORATIONS. GAWLER, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
CORPORATIONS. h iWT.BP- MorMi A Present— Tlie mayor v (Mr. ' C. G.- llcbbcck) and Crs. ^'S)1^ . Fergusson, Dan-kins, Flannagan, Williamson, . and Berriman. Thi- Olprk of the - Gawler South District Council 'wrote stating that the council was willing to pay one moiety, of the cost of repair3 to the water street footbridge, as suggested by the cor poration, with the exception that it thought, the present skirting could be' repaired instead of new being obtained. .Resolved that the' council be iisked to meet the members, of the Public Works Committee.— The inspector reported that he had heen unable to secure any. more tar from tlie South Australian Gas Company, but could obtain some from Messrs. Howard Smith. &? Sons -at Cd. per gallon. , Resolved that 600 gallons be purchased. — Cr. Williamson complained that only' three councillors' tickets of invitation to. the proclama tion ceremony had been received. . He ..thought Cfawlcr had been badly treated, and proposed that complain...
MOUNT GAMBIER LICENSING BENCH. ANNUAL MEETING-Monday, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
MOUNT GAMBIER LICENSING . BENCH. AXXUAL ME'ETIXG.— Monday. March I. Present— Messrs. G. Glen, S.M., It. W. Gardiner, W. II. HarroN, J. Kennedy, and J. Pick.. M-\ Glen was elected chairman. He officially congra tulated Messrs. Kennedy and Pick on their an j;cinti! cue ls members. Inspector Saunders reported that the hotels in the (libirict were generally In a fair condition. In some-' cases there had been minor nuisunccs, ?.vhi.'li wen- removed when he drew attention to them. He had been to some trouble with the Kirilorc Hotel, at Fiirner, whi?h he found very dirty on December 12. He ordered Bellineer to thoroughly renovate it inside and out, and his instructions had been complied with. Bellinger hs.l promised to keep his premises well in future, and he- had therefore withdrawn his opposition. In no other part of the colony had he seen the hotels better conducted than they were in (he south-east. It would, of course, be ridiculous to aiv they did not break the lawr in some trifling r...
ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. The following handicaps have been declared bj Mr. O. K. Clarkson for tlie Sheffield handicap:-^ X. C. Clark, 8 yds.; A. .\. Walker, n; W. A. Sued 1(1: S f;_ linhinsnn. K. Rt.-inshnrv. VA- W V f:ili. bons, C. R. Patterson, and F. Howe, 13 J; H. Iau risclie and J. II. Hollmeycr. 14J; W. M. Mitchell and.F. ]?. Jackson, Jj; L. L. Hill and Oa Bruce, 1'-.\; W. Dowdy and A. Xottagc/lS!; A. ])alv,]B; .1. B. Windsor. ]6J: S'. G. Slather. S'. H. Taylor, R Paseoe, (!. Afjlat, and B. K. Chapman, 17; 1'. Champion, 17i; II. J. Finch, tt. .M. Aldersey, A. W. Cunnew. 18; S. Roach, W. Sainsbury, j. 1\ McKenna, and T. llorey, IS; W. Coatcs, F. Foale, II. i. Clark, C. Marriott, F. A. Turbill, A. B. Allen, A. K. Jtobbins, and G. Gregory, IS-]. The following handicaps for the cycle races have been issued by Mr. W. II. Dyer:— One Mile. — Aunger, scr. ; Mathias, 20 yds.; Sampson, Pearce, 35; I.ykke, 50; Kieszling, 05; Limn, 80; Black, Physiek, !)5; Hutton, McCalman, Petherson, 10...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
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THE TROUBLE IN CHINA. DESTRUCTION OF AN ANCIENT WALL. LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
THE TROUBLE IN CHINA. DESTRUCTIOX OF AN ANCIENT WALL. [From our Special Correspondent.] .ONDfW 'FWiriinrv 1 Ihere is this ?week little or no change in the situation at Pekin, the most notable feature being the alleged demandof Russia for a nnicl nm mm in thi» shimp nf four mil lions sterling for the restoration ot .Man churia, and the assessment by Germany, of the sum required for the murder of Baron von Ketteler, ?which is stated at nearly one ?million. This information comes through Jteuter from a Chinese source, and must be taken, with judicious reservation. It is also stated by the same service that a clause, has been arranged to provide for the reinstate ment of Chinese jurisdiction at Tientsin, ?vrfiere the foreign settlements will be en larged. The question of the indemnity has ?also been under consideration, and 'it is pro posed by the Ministers that it shall be '-made payable during a period of 50 years. Xegotiations have been suspended on ac count of the death of the Queen...
RAIN IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
RAIN IN THE NORTH. . ARTHURTOIf; March 4.-Water is get ting scarce,' and some of the farmers have to cart it over 14 miles. If the Government wrnild rim h nitif» tn Airam- nlmnf QIV mllps. it would be' a great benefit to many of the farmers. BEXDLEBY, March 4.— After a week of oppressive weather a change came on Sa turday, when a thunderstorm broke over the southern portion of the hundred, and jood rain fell. From half to three-quarters of an inch was recorded. Many dams and tanks were filled, while others secured' enough to last through the' tilling. ? BOOLEROO WHIM, March 4.— The recent hot weather culminated- on Tuesday, when about a quarter of an inch of rain fell, and on Friday there Was a thunder storm and raw, but, only 0.20 was recorded. The creeks started running, so tihere must have been more rain to the east. COCKBURN, March 3.-On Sunday the heat was intense. Later on a thunderstorm came up, and three-quarters of 'an inch of rain had fallen before the storm had passed ove...
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
THM HAIYFAIX, The following are the quantities of rain register ed at tlie undermentioned places for the twentv fiiur hours ended at i) a.m. on Tuesday, March 5:— Port Darwin . . . 0.2G i Curranwlka .... 0.01 Brock Creek .... O.S6 i Port Lincoln .... 0.01 I'ine Creek .... 11.31 I fioohva ? (1.01 River Katlierine . . 0.45 i Robe ? 0.11 Daly Waters . . . 0.77 ! Mount Gambier . . 0.03 Tennaat's Creek . . 0.10 I
AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
AMUSEMENTS. TTTKUTTMT. TCfW'iT. . The last j«rformance of Wagner's great open 'Lohengrin' by Mr. Musgrove's corujrany attracted a large audience to the Theatre Roval on Tuesdav evening. All the principals vert in excellent voice, and did themselves, probably fuller justice -than at any of the previous presentations -vf tlie opera, when the weather was so trying, iladame Slapoffski, in particular, appeared to great advantage in the part of 'E!sa,' and her chief efforts were received with en thusiastic applaikre. To-night 'The Bohemian Girl'' will be staged tor the last time this -season, and on Thursday evening a great attraction is pro mised in the first performance in Adelaide of Winner's famous onera 'Tanuhauser.'
CONTINENTAL AT HYDE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
CONTINENTAL AT HYDE PARK. The rarkside Cycling Club, which has achieved a reputation as a body ever readv to assist philanthropic institutions, on Tties dav evenimr cave a continental in Mrs H;n Inm s ground?, tlydc Park, in aid .of the Unlev District Trained Nursing Society. There wvi-s a good attendance of theypub'ic, who evidently enjoyed the musieil »ro gramme provided. The items included a pianoforte selection, 'The Commonwealth ' march,' by Mr. Otto Schrader (played by the composer); orchestral numbers by i'ehrader's string orchestra and Mr. T. Youlton's Unley Brass -Hand: songs. Misses Messervy. E. Chaplin, and Fe!.«tead. Mrs. Morgan. Messrs. T*. J. Hancock, A. E. Os boroe, L. Boyle, A. Hilton, A. Martens, and l'\' MeNeill; vosal quartets, 'Messrs. Mc Neill, I)ale, Hilton, and Osborne; recita tion, Miss Mabel Beat; aud clubswipging by Mr. A. Duncan! The accompanists were Misses E. Chaplin and Mcsservv. A smoke social, arranged by the Early Closing AiR?ooiation, ia to b? held ...
PHILANTHROPIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
PHILANTHROPIC!. Orphan Home for Girls. — The monthly meeting oi the conntiittep was l:eld at the Home, Car rinprion street, on Monday.. The president (.Mrs. Hiirmcr) occupied the chair. Tlie secretary re ported receipts for the 'month £33 0s. (id. Ac counts for £21 ISs. Gd. were passrd for payment, Ah order was mada for the admission of one child.
AGRICULTURE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. INTERESTING RESULTS AT THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. WHAT PROFESSOR LOWRIE, THE "FARMER'S FRIEND" IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
MRIGULTURE, IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ? INTERESTIXG RESULTS AT'THE AGBICULTURAL COLLEGE. WHAT PROFESSOR LOWRIE, THE 'FATfAfETTS VRTFATT1 ' fS T)f)TXfi. FBv our Sraeial Reroorterll South Australia has much to. congratu late itself upon in regard to its agriculture. We have had a good season in. spite of the ?failure in +ht* pvfrpnw* nnrfh. W*- Vtavp m gistered the best average for many years, according to 'The Register's' estimate of the prain yield, which is accep ted on all hands as being correct. The success of the' farmer -will, re flect itself upon almost every other branch of business, for he is the great 'pri-. xnaxy producer. The railways will be kept at high pressure, and the Government cof fers Mill be buoyant. But the matter about -which there is rriost cause for con gratulation is the improve 1 practice of our agriculturists. The wealth-producing power of our farmers has vastly increased, and all South Australia will share to a, greater or lesser extent in the result. ' A moder...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901
READ WHAT Vitadatio IS DOING. THE AFTER EFFECTS OF INFLUENZA CUREft BY VITADATIO. READ WHAT MR. COM LEV HA8 TO SAY. Gienelg, Adelaide, ? July 7, 1900. Mr. S. A. PALMER. ' Dear Sir— Before last' Ohristmas I had a severe attack of Influenza, which left me iu a very weak condition. 1 was weak, no appetite, and troubled /with Diarrlioea. -.1 tried various remedies, but the result- was not satisfactory. I could not work as I wanted to, 'my strength failing me, and my body feeling worn out I continued in this state until the 'end of February,' .when' I was recom mended to try' WEBBER'S VITADATIO. After taking a few 'bottles I felt like a new man.; AH my strength and energy return ed, and I have been able to do my work, which, consists of splitting wood, and -s, therefore, of a very hard! nature, with, ease and satisfaction. ? Considering I am just upon 60 years of age I. consider the result Df taking Vttadati? in -ray c-ise to be splen did, and 3*h arc,,' welcome to mention my case to any...