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CODLIN MOTH-ANOTHER REMEDY [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

CODLIN MOTII-ANOTHER REMEDY On Tuesday a representative of 'The Re gister' interviewed leading fruit merchants in the city regarding the codlin moth ques tion, and thev were unanimous in statins that fruit was neither bought nor sold if it was known to be affected by codlin moth. It was not always possible to detect the presence of the pest until the fruit was cut open. Discussing the solution of the diffi culty one large dealer said— 'If the autho rities would only purchase the whole of the infected fruit in the State and make ar rangements with butchers to have it boiled for pig food eodlin moth would disappear in two seasons. Give the gardener some return for gathering and carting the fruit to a central dejwt by paying, say, Od. per bushel, and punish severely any one found with codlin moth infested fruit on his pro perty after a certain date. The exchange would have to bo effected during the grub stage of the i«st.' It is generally consider ed to be impossible for the present st...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHROPSHIRE FLOCK BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

SHROPSHIRE FLOCK BOOK. Messrs. W. K. Thomas & Co.. of Gren fell street, are the printers of Vol. II. of the South Australian Flock Book of Shrop shire Shppn. a rn'nv of which vi- havp re ceived from the Shropshire Sheep 'Breeders' Association of - South Australia. The, con tents of this publication are full of interest to breeders r generally,1 comprising as they do an -interesting article giving the history of Shropshire sheep in South Australia, by Mr. W. J. Young; regulations and instruc tions for entering pedigrees; list of winners at the Royal Agricultural and_Hortieultural Society's shows, Adelaide; history of flocks; register of rams; register of ewes; index of rams; and a list of members. The object of the flock book is t» secure purity of lineage to any flocks designated Shrop shires, and to enable holders of pure bred Shropshires to mutually insure themselves against the classification of inferior sheep. The undesirable' practice has crept in on more than one occas...

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

SAE3TIA TIMBEE AND IB01T MILLS. SPECIAL NOTICE TO TRADE. 'We are holders on spot of Largest Stocks of Prime OREGON, DEALS, FLOORING, JARRAH AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF TIMBER. 'T£E£.Ti' GALVANIZED IRON AND TIMBER. Including a Cargo of the Celebrated and Favourite S.BiS. '.Brand of Baltic Deals. WALTER & MORRIS, ^^ HINDLEY AND MORPHETT STREETS/ADELAIDE. ♦ HEAD OFFICE : LIPSOM STREET, PORT ADELAIDE. Country Orders receive special attention. Prices, Lowest Current Rates. ??- THE '^ ' tV* /* SOLE AGENTS: BRICE BROS., 107' CAUDTlAIdPEET GREATEST SUCCESS OF THE CENTURY. This Machine strips, winnows, screens, and bags wheat, barley, or oats ready For market all in OA'E OPERATION. It is drawn by three horses and con trolled by ONE man. Saves Grain, Labour, Time, Money. A Perfect Damp-weather Stripper. No waste, no cracked grain, no fouling the land. Mr. George Fergusson, of Caltowie, says it savas It BUSHELS por acre. §ee his testimonial. Start work at DAYLIGHT, stop when BARK. I Local A...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

SHIPPING. Time Ball.— Ball dropped at 111, Om. Os., March 5, corresponding to March 4, ISh. 30m., Greenwich mean time. Semaphore. — Wednesday. March 0. — Low water. 11.30 a-m.; high water, 5.30 p.m. ARRIVED,— March 5. Kulgoorlic, steamer, 4,500 tons, H. McDonald, master, from Fremantle February 2S. McHwraith, McEacharn and Go., City; J. Rawlings and Son, Port, agents. Passengers— Jiesdames MeLeod, Tuy )or and child, Uungcnpord, Yeatcs and child, New nun, Hulbert and boy, Littlejohn. Detter, Watson and child, Blank- and two children, Snurt and two children, Box, Waterman, Clarke, Naylor, Rcardon, and McLean, Misses D. Boyle, Gately, Reardon, Kccles, Hungerford, X. llnnseriord, Yeates, Kennedy, M. Allen, N. Naylor, and Detter, Messrs. Liddicoar, M. Watson, G. M. Wririit, T. .(. Wright, D. Doifr, M. Madden, J. Crowley, T. Tammlyn. .1. Robertson^ A. C. Butler. T. F. Drew. R. Brown, J. Peterson, C. Calthorpe, il. Koran. E. Milbnrn. A. W. Weihan, .1. Marion, H. Elliott, E. Box, \Y. II. Hu...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

MAIL NOTICES. GREAT BRITAIN.— March 7-Via Suez, R.M.S. Omba, 11.15 a.m.; newspapers and registered lct Ioi-r, lO.lfi iLin.; 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 parrels post per the above steamer closes at G.P.O. 10.15 a.m. (.Mail due in London, April 7.) Sp. March 16— Via San Francisco, 3 p.m. ; late fee, ;t.'JO p.m.; money orders to States, 12.30 p.m. Sp. Marcli Hi — Friedricli der Grosse. 11.15 a. Hi. Sn. March 23— Via Marseilles, Australien, 10.15 a.m. MANILA, CHINA, and JAPAN.— March 14-3 p.m., lluthrie, via Sydney. CAl'E COLONY and NATAU -Marcli 10— Nineveh, 3 p.m. NEW AUSTRALIA fl'araguay).— Marcli 7—3 p.m.. via New Zealand. NEW CALEDONIA.— March 11—3.30 p.m., to Syd ney, thencn per first opportunity. SAMOA and iilhiT SOUTH SKA ISLANDS.— March 11-3.30 p.m., t» Sydnry, thr-ncc per first opportunity. FIJI. — March II— .',30 p.m., to Sydney, thence per first i.pp.;rtil.iitv. NEW ZEALAN...

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

SHIPPING ORIENT LHTE. ' The following Steamships '(undcK'R'oynl Mail Contract) will leave Adelaide (Lares Bay) -at 2 p.m. on tlie undermentioned dates for PLY MOUTH find London, via Kremantle, Golumbo (transhipping for all Indian ports), Suez Canal, Kaples, Marseilles, and Gibraltar:— VHIUBA ? |5S57XUnkiater Slar. 7. kAUSTIUL... 15524 C. Nicholson. 15.N.R; Mar. 21. *CUZCQ ? MS V. S. Svnions, R.X.li. Apl. i.: ? »OMRAH.... 5231 ?(. F. Kuthven Apl. 1$. And fortnightly thereafter. 'Via ilobart from Sydney. SALOOX TO LOXDOX-Single, £3S 10/ to £77. Return, £71 10/ to- £121. Third Class, £17 7/, £1U 13/, £20 1C/. SALOON TO COUMBO-Single, £21 ij to £33. Return, £36 0/ to £lli 10/. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Saloon, £0 1/ to £7 14/; Third, £3 17/. Passages from any port can be prepaid here. ? RETURN' TICKETS (First Saloon) between- IN TERCOLONIAL I'OKTS arc.now available for re-, turn by P. and O. and M.M. Compinies' steamers having room. . ? MAXAOERS-F. GREEN' & CO., and' AN'DER- SOS, AXDEU...

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

PUBLIC NOTICES MOUKT ?-' PLEASAJJT'-- BUSH FIRES. -?.' .; v.~ z — A PUBLIC MEETING will be liclil at Mount Pleasant Institute, FRIDAY, March S, at 2 o'clock, to appoint a committee to raise and distribute funds to necessitous sufferers through the late disastrous flres. ' : ?_ . ; All interested are.. cordially invited. to attend, and subscriptions wift be thankfully received by UEXRY A. GILES, Convener of the Meeting. 60'3,5'6 TTTOMEN'S LAND'REFORM' LEAGLrE.MEET ^* INGS of the' above League will lie resumed en THURSDAY EVENING, March 7, at Sinple fax Office, Pine Chambers, Piric street. Subject— '?The- Federal Elections: Women's Responsibility, in Connection Therewith.' Visitors welcome. ' . . '.'EMILY-WILLIAMS, lion. Secretary. ?- A IISTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOaATION. J\. ? ANNUAL BANQUET. EXCHANGE CAFE, P1RJE STREET, ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, March 7, 1001, 7.15 l-.m. _ Tickets obtainable from Branch Secretaries^- Mem- bers, and the undersigned. ? - ? — GEO. E. KREUSLER, O.V6 General Secre...

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THE IMPERIAL TROOPS IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE IMPERIAL TROOPS IN - . ADELAIDE ? Adelaide was arrayed in patriotic attire on Wednesday. Shops were closed, flags were flying, and martial music filled the air. The Imperial' troops were marchine past. ana cxmtn .Australians ,naa turned out m thousands to show their appreciation oi the compliment paid to Australia' by the British Government in' sending out representatives of the leading regiments of the army which has made Britain the supreme nation of tne' world. It was a memorable daj in the city. Thousands of people lined King William and Run'dle streets and crowded the rail way station. 'We have had -many great receptions m Australia,' said one officer, 'but none has excelled to-day's.' Contin gents have been sent to .the war and men have been welcomed back, -but the recep tion-accorded by South Australia to the. men who have dn peace and war made 'old England's name' was worthy of the State. From King William road-through the main thoroughfare and Rundle' street there were ...

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THE COMMONWEALTH AND THE MILITARY FORCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE COMMONWEALTH AND THE MILITARY FORfTRS . The Federal Ministry is; gradually exer cising the powers given to it by the Com monwealth constitution by taking pver the control and administration of certain State departments. Ihe customs passed away from local control on January 1, and. on March 1 -the - defence forces . weie taken upder the ? management . of the Federal Minister of Defence,, and the Poat, Telegraph, and Telephone Departments under the care of the Federal Postmaster-eGneral. In reference to the military forces for some time there will be scarcely any difference in the. management of affairs. The department has formally passed over from, the State to the Common wealth, but the federal machinery for working, it has still to be manufactured by an Act. ? It is interesting to note that the numbers of men who to-day join the ser vices of the nation are as follows:— Active Force— 77 officers, 29 warrant officers', ser geant-majors, and quartermaster-sergeants, 73 colour-serg...

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A GOLDEN RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

A GOLDEN' RAIN. Tn . Australia floods follow- droughts so purely as night follows day*, though, unfor tunately, there is no other regularity about tbeae violent extremes of '-weather condi tions. - Tn parched periods pastorahsts in the back blocks keep, their cattle and sheep on the dry country as long as there is a vestige of herbage and a drop of water in the dam? in the hope that the rains will ippear providentially. Sometimes the lenn season is so protracted that the starving smimala die by hundreds a»d thousands be fore they can be removed to more favoured pnots. Such has been the experience of the nast few months in' the far northern, nort-h-western, and north-eastern portions ni South Australia, the south-western tracts of Queen=land, and the extreme western plains of New. South Wales. There the ifflietion has been -the most severe known for many years, and pa^oralists have en countered appalling Iosse3 of stock, while people in the more settled portions of the continent have...

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A SMART FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

A SMART FIRE BRIGADE. Superintendent Booker and the firemen und«r his charge received another large advertisement on Tuesday evening, (shortly hefore 7 o'clock a call was received intimat ing that the premises m Kundle street oc cupied by Mr. H. J. Tite, draper, were on fire, and the metropolitan brigade and all the suburban forces were called out. For tunately Superintendent Booker found *the centre of the blaze a second or two taf ter his arrival, and he soon had the flames under control. The damage done . was' slight, but a troublesome task would have confronted the brigade if the flames had ftve; minutes Toore licence, as . -when: vtlie firemen arrived, they had just begun to make an impi^ssion upon the ceiling,- and were spreading across to the goods on. an- other counter. PERIODICITY IN RAINFALL. Tlie attention of- the- Government Astro nomer, Sir Charles Todd.jWas called to the telegram which appeared in 'The Register' on Tuesday, from Sydney, Mating 'that the New South Wales...

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METEOROLOGICAL. February 27, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

METKOROI.O(iICAL.-Kebriian- 27-Maifh S Statement of the atmospheric pressure, tem pcratua-, rainfall, and ( state of Hie weath.-r registered at the Adelaide Observatory during the paat svven da.vs at the hours mentioned:— Bar Temperature. ;l(a!n , ' Date. 3 Therm 3 p.m. I 0 Weather, p.m. M'xim. |Mia !a.m. j I Isun.lShd. ~ ~ Wed. 27 29.75 1«0.0| 99.5 70.5 — ENEJi.fi.v.ht. rhur. 23 29.67 154.5 10:1.1 78.4 — ENE.li.fi.v ht Fri. 1 29.72 158.21 97.0 75.7 — WNW.li.ht.«ly. ' Sat. 2:29.S0|U5.3 83.2 72.0 a22 S.W., li. o. Sun. 3;2».S4!l39.2| 79.2 BOO a 12 S.W., li., c. Mon. 4;3».IWjlS».s| 73.0 61.21 — S.W., m., 0. Tues. 5 30.13il5a0i 7&C 5&8J — SSE, li, li, v. p. Jlcmo.— -Tlie barometer is reduced and corrected to 32 deg. Kabr., but it is not reduced to sea level. The temperature and rainfall are for the 21 hours preceding the time of registration. ^The 'Weather Column' 'related to the condition of the weather at the time of observation only.

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INSOLVENCY COURT. ADELAIDE: Tuesday, March 5. Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

INSOLVENCY COI7BT. ADELA1UK: Tuesday, March 5. Before His iiouor ifr. CouunWoner UuaaJlA in re niuiam awo, 01 su mere, accountant; adjourned Urst hearing. . Jlr. \V. 11. Wadey lor lue Commercial nun*, und tor Mr. K Jones the name uiauaucr: ana Mr. James iienrmi«n» for «im insolvent, .sir. uenaerton prcscmcu a petition for tuc annulment of the adjudication, and Mr. H. lilount, the ouicial receiver, rcpuried lavourabiy on the proposed scheme, and lue Court annuUtrf the adjudication. Jn re Jonn i'orrest, of Guinoracha, butcher; finai hearing. Air. J. a. Sinclair, solicitor to the Court ol insolvency, apiwarea 'Jor tne omciu receiver; anc Mr. tiomburjf, M.I'., tor the insolvent, liabilities, £461 17s. ed.; assew, i:itw lis. bd. The ac countant's report was us loiiows:— 'Insolvent stales that lie was last solvent, as near m lie can rccoliec', having no books to tiiou-, ooout eight yean ago. On June 21, ISO, he cainc trom Border Town to (jumeracha, having iu cash somechipg like £30, two h...

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LOCAL COURT. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

LOCAL CODRT. ADELAIDE. Cause List, Wednesday, March 6, at 10.30 a.m. ' At the Supreme Courthouse, before one of their Honors the Judges of the Supreme Court— Decen- hardtV-Bernraan v. Montmme— Stuart- r™«*_ Hamilton v. s.a. Railways Commissioner Stuart; Symon— Hamilton v. S.A. Railways Com misaoner-Stuart; Symftn-Clntterbuck v. Murphy -Glynn; Glynn-&dgwicfc v. Webster— Wadey. At the Local Courthouse, before Mr. J. 0. Russell and Justices: — Applications for Marine Store Dealers' Licence.-^. Conway, J. Girtis-rF.Ber™ ram. Recovery of Tcnement-rThe 3 jST- Obmptny y. Hughes. Application for an order to enforea « r Weoo-Chmnbers v. GrMtbead; Bloxant -Genders v. Rawling-Gordon; Wadey-lHayward Brothers v. Evans-Pope; Fcnn-GUes v. Giles; ,? Hamp— Collins v. Collins— Piper.

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UNBECOMING MIRTH. COMIC RECITATIONS AT WESLEYAN ENTERTAINMENTS. MELBOURNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

UNBECOMING MIRTH, COMIC RECITATIONS AT WESLEYAN ENTERTAINMENTS. MELBOURNE, March a. At the sitting of the Wesleyan Methodist Conference to-aay ivlr. J. Webb submitted a motion condemnatory of humorous and comic recitations and songs at Wesleyan en tertainments being carriedl on to jnunseemlj and extreme degree. He thought all enter tainments held under the auspices of the Wesleyan body 'should be at all times car ried on in .harmony with the thoughtful treatment, decorous behaviour, becoming mirth, and cheerful, but sober, spirit which, as Christians, should mark our en tertainments, and which we believe are most conducive to our intellectual, moral, and spiritual profit, and to a sound popu larity.' The motion was coldly received. By way of illustrating the kind of thing he objected to Mr.' Webb proceeded to de scribe a piece named 'Courtship under dif ficulties,*' and his efforts in this direction were received with unrestrained laughter. He asked if this sort of thing was allowed...

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UNITED STATES. MR. McKlNLKY SWORN IN. SPIRITED ADDRESS. A BRILLIANT CEREMONY. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

UNITED STATES. MR. McKLNLEY SWORN IX. SPIRITED ADDRESS. A BRILLIANT CEREMONY. ' Lomlou. March ii. Mr. William McKinley yesterday took the oaths of office for the. second term of four yea re as President of the Tinitoil St.-itos Tlio --i-rpinonv was lM'r formed «t Washington, on a platform which had been erected at the- east front of the Oapitol. Despite iutprniit te'ht rain, which somewhat marred the proceedings, the President addressed an assembly of at least -10.000 persons, who accorded him a great ovation. He declared that the keynote of the duties and privileges that devolved iipon '?Greater America' was the necessity for liberal reciprocal trade relations with other countries. He justified h5s policy of ''moderation and fairness'' to wards China, and expressed the hope that the integrity of that nation would be preserved. He also desired ' to maintain close friendship with Cuba, which would Ik? assisted into the posi tion of a «-]-arate and Independfin't na tion. As regarded t...

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THE IMPERIAL COURT. London, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE IMPERIAL COURT. London, March T-. The latest advice from rekm affirms that the Imperial Court is returning to the capital, and that an escort of troops has- been ordered to proceed from Shantung to Honan, a city situated about ]fi0 miles east of Singan-fu, where the Emperor and Dowager Einpress- have been temporarily re tiding.

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"SLEEPY" ADELAIDE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

"'SLEEPY" ADELAIDE. To the Editor. Sir— Adelaide's behindhandness has been illustrated to me after seeing the way other Australian cities keep with the times. Ade- laide people are drifting into a big sleep I am disgusted with our style of conduct- ing important affairs. After all the dis- cussions regarding electric traction, all has been now forgotten. Melbourne, Sydney, and Perth are getting South Australia's population. In Sydney electric traction has proved a boon and attracted population. My chief object, however, is to test pub- lic opinion concerning the use of the motor cycle and motor cars in collecting and dis- tributing letters at important centres throughout Adelaide and its suburbs. I notice one or two motors here already, and if Adelaide firms are unable to supply others Melbourne and Sydney will do so. In Melbourne a motor has been for the Metropolitan Fire Brigade fitted to one of its firereels, thus enabling quicker progress to outlying fires. The motor is also to ...

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ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

jnpi.iinp. PRnniTHR miuket. Messrs. A. w. Sandfora « company report on UarcU 5:— Tlie more favourable climatic conditions prevailing, this week have not yet had time to .how pflWt in hrin-»inir forward fuller sunnlies of butter, but the cool, change lias so considerably siimulatcd consumption that the market to-day «-as vcrv keen, and in prints an advance of fully id. showed, whilst bulk also firmed. Factor}- arid creamery fresh in prints fetched 1/3. to 1/6; private ocpanitor, J/J *o 1/3; G°?d dairy, lljd. to 1/1; .veil-conditioned . store lines and medium dairies, lOd. to HAd.; a few heated and melted lots, from :d. to SJU.: imiKirtfd bulk, 1/i to 1/lJ'for good .0 very 'prime; local stored, lid. to 1/. .Supply i'nil dimand for eggs are about equal; values to .ay therefore sustained; hen, Mid.; duck, llltl. .lonej' is again quiet at up to 2d. for clear extract, il. Beeswax, 1/1. Cheese continues to become .career and sellcrs'lcss inuliued to. accept the ruling ates, favourite brand...

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THE BRITISH ARMY. DEBATE IN THE LORDS. WOLSELEY VERSUS LANSDOWNE. STRONG CRITICISMS. [Received March 6, 2.45 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE BRITISH pi. DEBATE IN THE LORDS. WOLSELEY. VERSUS LANSDOWNE. STRONG CRITICISMS. London1. M.iivh 5. [Received March 6, 2.45 a.m.] [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] A stirring debate on army matters, which has aroused deep interest throughout the United Kingdom, was begun in the House of Lords yester ilay. The Duke of Bedford, who' is a Libe rr.l Unionist, started the discussion by complaining that the existing military system deprived the Commanderiu Chief of all real responsibility in re gard to the condition of the army. Lord, Raglan, Under Secretary for Wai', having spoken in defence of the system, Viscount Wolseley, who retired from the office of Commander-in-Chicf iu November last, in a carefully prepared address, which took an hour to deliver, contended that the army, if it i» to be maintained in a state of efficiency, must be under the 'control of profes sional military experts, ifcd advocated the rehabilitation of the office of Com mander-in-Chief, so that it might carry with it ...

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