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

AUCTIONS ' \ BSTRACT OF* \ SALES BY- AUCTION ?A. — ' . Tips 'WOT.'' ' ' ' ' - '? Muody.Jt Winnall.— At 'the Town Hall, at half past two— Property. Barker Brothers.— At the Corporation Yards, at half-past twclver-Prizff Pigs. / F, .(. Botting & Co.— At their Art Gallery, at half pa«t two-;- Pictures. D. W. Jlclvin.— At his Mart, at ten— Miscellaneous Sale. J. Paltridge k Co:— At their Bazaar, at two— Horses. Luxmoorc, Chapman, & Co. — At a. quarter-past two — Kangaroo Skinj. - ? - Elder, Smith, & Co.-At a quarter-past two— Kan- garoo Skins. ; Luxmoofc, R. J. Coombs, & Co.— At Gilbert place, at half-past two— Kangaroo Skins. W. Thyer k Co.— At their Hurt, at ck\ en-Dairy und'Fanh Produce. ? LARGE AND GENUINE CLEARING SALE. AT THE TOWN HALL, ADELAIDE. ? THIS DAY (Wednesday), March 'It, 1B01, at 2.30 Jl.ni. UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE TRUSTEES IN THE ESTATE OF MR. ROBERT STUQKEY (DECEASED). - MOODY &~. WINNALL xrill sell, as aliove— - PART T0WXACR...

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

'Prt i\\t* l^flifnr Sir — Tliare was a. time when I considered Mr. Parsons as an opponent worthy of any one's steel. I was under the foolish im pression that to draw swords with him was -to enter mto coniiict with a man whose respect for justice and love for truth would ensure a fair and open fight for a principle! But unfortunately this proved to be a fond dream, from wiiich 1 have been rudely awakened, only to find that a position of trust do;s not necessarily carry with'it a corre.«|K-ndiii-r amount of tlignity, nor a phce of 'honour ensure from the hol der a fair and just dealing in speech or pen. What more peurile, undignified, petu lant, and irrelevant remark could possibly have fallen from the lips of the most spite ful child than the malignant reminder of Mr. Parsons that I secured only .second place in a literary societies' competition of which he was .judge? When I draw atten tion: to the fact that this fame competi tion, took place two years ago, that the prize winner was...

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

Tn Mm 1-MUnr Sir— The influential deputation wlucli was, on Monday, flouted by Mr. Holder, represented only one' side of the question, and that nerhans not the most important. It is time tney showed how the short hours' Act would ruin and kill off a large number of our most industrious fellow colonists, which the Premier seems to con sider is of no consequence. They -being in the minority, and the_ minority having no rights, they must submit to be wii-ed out of existence. Hut- there is the larger and even more dangerous aspect of the question. This is the most scandalous attack on the rights of the people that has been made for 400 years. The sale and purchase of all the prime necessaries of life are absolutely prohibited after 6 o'clock. The crime which cost Hampden his life and Charles I. his head was innocent in comparison. . The Act which caused the American colonies to rebel was a mere fleabite by the side of it. Had the British Parliament attempted to impose 'such a law upon u...

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TIVOLI THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

TIVOLI THEATRE. There will be a matinee pcriormanee at the Tivoli Theatre this afternoon, when the programme will be precisely the same as that, nresnntpd in the sveninc inclndiiv' tne interesting set of war und humorous pictures. Several of the best favourites are about to be withdrawn from the bill, but some of the finest talent at Mr. Rickards's command will take their places. The last three nights of the Leonards, the sisters Pine, and Alma Gray arc announced. On Saturday night Miss Lottie Collins, the creator of 'Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay' will make her bow to an 'Adelaide audience. This is the most expensive artist that Mr. Eick ards lias: engaged during his managerial career, and the renutation of Miss Collins is .-o well known that she needs almost no introduction. As a serio and dancer she has made a world-wide impression, and the popularity she has gained during her few weeks' stay in Australia cannot be over stated. On Saturda-- night the Les Thieres Quir.'tet will make their f...

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METHODIST CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

METHODIST CONFERENCE. The Methodist Conference resumed its sittings in the Pirie street Church on Wednesday, when there' was a large atten dance. Tlie nreadent. Rev. T. Piner. nre sided. The Rev. J. C. Hill ?presented the re ports on foreign missions from the report of the Central Board of Missions, Sydney, as follows:— 'That in view of the large financial re»i-cnsibility of the mission under our care it now W-onies the imperative duty of the churches in these States to sus tain fhem in their utmost efficiency, and rhat therefore systematic organizations and vary vigorous efforts be made in every cir cuit. That' the ministers throughout the State be requested to bring the m-s.sion cause more frequently before our. people.' It was resolved that the thanks of the conference be ' presented to the Rev. .1. C. Hill and Mr. l!\ Parsons for their valuable services as secretaries to the Rev. T. Lloyd and Hon. A. Catt, M.P... ;ls treasurers, and to Mr. T. Godlec as auditor, and ail were reap...

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

RELIGIOUS. Grange Baptist' Church.— Tlie anniversary services were begun on Sunday, when Mr. 3. -B. Hunt ? preached two sermons.- On Monday a 'musical evening' was held in t'lie ({range Hail. .Music., was supplied lsy the Flinders street Baptist Choir under the able direction of Mr. K. L. Tuck. Mr. G. H. Goode presided over a large attendance. The «eeretary, Mr. A. O. Craigie, read the annual report, which showed that goad pro gress had been made. The .Sunday-school scholars had gained the prize offered by the president of the Sunday-schools Knion at the recent Scripture examination. The Trea surer, Mr. K. T. Bridgland, presented the balance sheet, which .was of a satisfactory nature. Mr. J. Newman sang 'The city of light,' and with Mrs. W. T. Rowe and Miss White contributed tlie duets' 'The day is pist and over' and 'The se.i of glass/' The solos and choruses 'It came upon the midnight clear,' 'Jichold tliere was a great earthquake,' and 'Onward Christian soldiers' wero given, Miss...

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

ECZEMA. Nothing spoils a good disposition quicker Nothing taxes a man's patience, Like any irritation of the skin, l'iles almost drive vou crazv. All day they make you miserable. All night they keep you awake. Just the same with Eczema. Such miseries are daily decreasing. People are learning they can be i cured. . Learning-the merit of Doan's Ointment. Plenty of proof that - Doan's Ointment will cure piles, - - Eczema, or any irritation of the skin. Read the testimony of an Adelaide citi zen:— Mr. W. Williams, Devon-street, Good wood, Adelaide, states: — 'Doan's Ointment has done that which I never thought . a remedy of its kind could do — it actually cured me of an eruption of the skin re sembling Eczema. I only'looked for relief from this intensely irritating complaint, consequently cure was all the more remar kable for being unexpected. I have- tried a good many remedies besides this oint ment, but such treatment proved of no ser vice to me, the first time on becoming heated the ...

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PRESENTATION STAMP COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

PRESENTATION STAMP COLLECTIONS. At the recent postal conference it was agreed by the postmasters of the different States to present to each Governor, certain officials ,and members of Parliament in the six States a complete set of the current stamps up to the value of £100 in each divi sion of the Commonwealth. The little pieces of postal paper will be carefully de faced prior to being sent out, and it will require 442 sets to satisfy all the members of the Legislatures. Philatelists will be pleased to learn that a certain number of sets will be on sale.

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES. AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. GLOVER.— On thu 10th February, at Richmond House, Gilles street, Adelaide, the wife of Charles H. J. Glover, of a daughter. ? ' ' MORPHETT.-On the 16th February, the wife of W. Morphctt, King William street south, of a daughter. ' XORLEY.-On the & March, at Nurse Willing ton's Private Hospital, 115, Morphctt-street, Ade laide, the wife oi U. Jforloy, Glenelg, of a daughter. \ RALPH'.— On the 21st February, at Plantations, Glenelg, the wife of Fred. \V. Ralph— a son. SOrJTHCOMBE.'— On the 22nd February, at Brac kendene, Glenelg, the wife of F. H. Southcombe— a daughter. WALD.— On 'the 24th February, at Palmyra, Park terrace, North Unley, the wife of A. Graham Wald— a daughter. ?WHEATON.— On the 3rd March, a£ Moneta Villa, Victor Harbour, the wife of L. B. Wheaton— a son. MARRIAGES. COX-SIVIOUR.-On the 7th February, at the Methodist Church, Collinsfield, by the Rev. W. Parkinson, Benjamin Cox, the second son of tbe late Daniel Cox, of Koo...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

CONCERNING PEOPLE. At tic invitation of Sir Malcolm McEacbarn a few leading citizens of Mel: bourne met Sir Hugh. Nelson, President of Hii» Trfxn'slntive Pnnnnil' nf Qnepnsland. at luncheon at the Grand Hotel on Tuesday. ITie company included Sir George Turner, the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of ?Viotoria. the Mayor of Melbourne, and other gentlemen representing the banking and Stock Exchange interests. Sir Hugh Nelson will leave Melbourne to-day for .Western Australia. The Premier of Queensland, Mr. Philp, will leave to-day on the transport Temple more, which will carry the troops from that State, for a trip to South Africa. He will be absent 10 weeks, and while he is away Mr. Eutledge, Attorney-General, will act in his place. Consideration was, given at a meeting of the Victorian Cabinet on Tuesday to the request made by Mr. Mathicson that he s-hould be relieved from the position of Railway Commissioner at as early a date as possible, so that he might proceed to England to...

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BUILDING SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

BUILDING SOCIETIES. Bowden.— Tlie half-yearly meeting was held at the society's oJBcc on Tuesday evening. ' Mi'.- E. J. Ronald presided over a good' attendance. .?'.? 'The' halance-slieet presented by the ' secretary.' Mr. A. {. Emery, showed that, including a balance brought forward of £674 6s. Id., tlie'.receipts had totalled £3,673 10s. 4d. The expenditure left a balance of £S2S 7s. 9d. The profit allowed a division of Is. Gd. per share on £50 shares six months pld. Mr. W~ S. Slitton, in presenting the auditors' reiwrt, stated that the -profit was equal to 0V per cent. The balance-sheet and report were adopted. Messrs. J. Bchenna, E: J. Lawlon, and T. Saunders were re-elected directors, -and Mr. A. K. Kiricry was re-elected treasurer. ;

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A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

A.N.A. Tlie Amusement Committee appointed by, the Metropolitan Committee of the A.N.A. to carry out the recent continental held on the Adelaide Oval, and to organize a drag: picnic for March 9, met OD Tuesday and handed in its report. Ow ini* to the energy shown by Mr. At E. Lau-tou and his co-secretaries the patriotic continental proved a success, and ??will be tire means of enabling the eommittee to carry on 'a useful work in bringing before the public the aims- and objects of the A.N.A. Owing to the National Park being other wise engaged the Amusement Committee decide! to postpone the holding of the A.N.A. drag picnic till n-xt ' month.

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THE INDIAN TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE INDIAN TROOPS. Owing to a misunderstanding the soldiers of the Indian contingent now visiting Aus tralasia were, until quite recently, without an invitation to visit this State. The Pre mier says that some time ago the Govern ment sent an invitation to' the Imperial troops to visit Adelaide, and he was in formed that they would do 'so. Later he was notified by the Hon. J. H. Howe and Dr. Lendon, wli6 were in New Zealand, that the Indian troops had not been asked to come to South Australia. Mr. Holder made further enquiries and learned that a special invitation to them was necessary, and one was immediately forwarded by His Excellency the Governor to the Viceroy of India. A reply has not yet been received, and Mr. Holder has no certain information that the Indians will visit Adelade; but he expects that they will do so, as they have been to all the other capitals.

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THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. The Chief Secretary has accepted an -offer from Messrs. George. Wills & Co., of the .steamer Juanita North, for the transport of the sixth contingent to South Africa. The' vessel, which' is of 3,503 tons burden, is now in Sydney, but will return to South Australia immediately for the purpose of being fitted up for the troojjs and horses. The boat will sail for Cape Town on March 26 or 27. Tlie task of selecting the 60 men to comprise the Adelaide section of the contingent was begun at the Old Exhibition Grounds on Wednesday morn ing. Between 400 and 500 men faced the board of selectors, which is comprised of Col. Lovely and Col. Ferguson. The can didates, who consisted of representatives from all the branches of the military forces of t*he State, several sailors, a number of firemen, and some returned soldiers, v,'cre drawn up in three long lines. The returned soldiers, totalling' 15, were given preference by the board, who walked along the . lines . an...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. "THE REGISTER" AT 24,000 AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

-NEWS- OF THE DAI. 'THE REGISTER' AT 24.000 AN HOUR. One of those gatherings which have periodically marked the ' history of 'The Register' and its associated journals was witnessed in the offices of the papers in Grenfell street on AVednesday afternoon. The-oecasion indicated that the pioneer paper of South Australia and the second oldest daily journal in the Commonwealth had once again outgrown its printing ma chinery; and, at the invitation of the pro prietors; representatives of the press of South Australia and .of Adelaide commer cial business and shipping houses met to inspect one of the finest printing presses to be found in any ; establishment in either hemisphere. Tlie gathering of the country press proprietary was one of the largest that has been seen in the capital. The visitors were first conducted to the top story of the mechanical department, where they inspected the highly interesting lino type, plant— the invention which drove its author kto the. lunatic, asylum, out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

CONCENTRATED LEMON _SQUASH. Ajjk lor FELLOE'S LEMON SQUASH, and see that you get it. ' It is a Pure Concentration of the Xemon-ra beau tiful1 drink. '. n38thc E. MALPAS, Agent. AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY CHEAP CAMERAS: New York, February 11. Messrs. Baker &? Rouse, 65, Rundle street, have ' been ' appointed leading agents f or ;i American, Cameras, pro duced for the- 20tn century trade. Sold from five shillings.- Send for cata logue. Instructions free. ' n43thszsc' SPECIAL PRICES FOR LENT. Finest New Ling Fish, 6Jd. lb. Very Choice New Cod Fish, Old. lb. Finest American Salt Salmon, 5Jd. lb. ? Extra Choice .Salt Herrings, 1/4 dozen. Best Fresh Herrings (Milne's), CJd. tin. .Good American Fresh Salmon, 7jd. tin. Good Sardines, 2}d. tin. Best Anchovy Sauce, lOffi. bottle. Good Tomato Sauce, 2 Jd. bottle. .- Good- Sheep Tongues, 1/ tin. Open every Friday Evening until 9 p.m. P. McROSTIE & CO., . TIIE LEADING GROCERS, 133, RUBDLE STREET. Established over 47 yeare. ' nCCthfczsc...

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THE AUTUMN SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE AUTUMN SHOWe The autumn show of the Koyal Agri cultural and Horticultural Society. of South Australia will be opened to-day under particularly favourable condi tions. Not for a long time before have farmers enjoyed, as they do this sea son, a harvest averaging for the whole State more than S bushels to the acre; and seldom have the pastoralists at this period of the year been cheered by such rains as have fallen during the last week, and which have removed many of their forebodings. The ex hibits to be displayed during the next few days in Adelaide will indicate the remarkable evolution which has been realized in the agricultural industry. It is impossible to study such facts as those presented by Professor Lowrie in 'The Register' on Wednesday with out recognising that agriculture in South Australia is now established oil a firmer basis than it had ever attain ed before. In a large degree to the primary producer the State owes its prosperity; and it is gratifying indeed to note...

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The Register ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1901. STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

lite Icqte ADELAmE: THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1901. STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT MINING. Why are mining and gambling, lie /be minds of so many people, synonym ous terms? The fact cannot be gain said, because it is apparent on ao many occasions. When Dr. Parker under took to edit a London daily paper he cut out. the turf odds, but printed the mining share lists: and his critics twitted him with glaring inconsistency for having preserved '^the worst form of gambling' in the paper while taboo ing the department which was com paratively innocent. These scoffers declared that in every case, un less through the accidents of scratching or 'pulling,' the turf investor really gets a race for his money, because a -hoaise is always a horse, and can be seen; whereas a mine is often only a hole in the ground, or a pegged out. piece of land in a place almost untrodden by the feet of man. In tlie vast majority of instances even mines which actually are mines are used by the gamblers principally as an excuse for t...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

CYCLING. League of Wheelmen.— The monthly council meeting was held at the League Rooms on Wed nesday evening. Mr. J. R. Anderson presided over a lanre attendance.- Eleven new members vww elected.— The Christchurch League wrote stating, that an Australian, championship meeting would be held on April 5 and G, and asking the South Australian League to send a representative. The cost was estimated at £30. Referred to the Racing Board.— J. Megson wrote regretting h.'s inability to compete at the Adelaide Wheel Race Moeting, but hoped to make the trip at a future 'dajfc.— It- was decided to ? write** to the Commis sioner of Police with reference to the frequency of cycle thefts, and suggesting that special efforta bi made' to discover the perpetrators.— A spe cial vote of thanks was passed to Mr. C. A. Home, who 'will leave shortly for England, for his ser vices to the league Mr. 'Home acknowledged the compliment, and hoped to renew his active con nection with the ruling body upon his ret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. , Page. ' Page. Amusements . .... 10 Mininpr ..... 3 Auctions ? 10 Miscellaneous Wanted 10 Board and Lodging. . 10 Honey ? .3 Businesses for Sale or Municipal and Dis- i Wanted ? 10 trict Councils . . 2 j Business No- Patents and Trade I tices ? 1-2-3,6,9-10 Marks , ? 3 Cycles, &e. ? 10 Persons Wanted ... 10 Carriers ? 1 Produce ....... 3 Companies k Societies 2 Properties for Sale . . 2 Drapery k Clothing 1,3,8 Properties Wanted . . 2 Education ? 3 Public Notices ... 2 Electoral Notices . .' 2 Publications and Sta Funeral Notices ... 2 tionery ? 3 Florists & Seedsmen 10 Shipping . ; .' . .; . 1 ;' Horses, Cattle, Ve- Situations Wanted. . 10 ? hides ? 30 Special Advts. . . . i Insurance Notices . . 3 Sporting ? 10 Legal Notices .... 2 Tailors & Outfitters. . 3' Lost and Found ... 10 Tenders ....... 10 Machinery ? 10 To Let ? 2 Medical ? 6,10 Wanted to Buy .... 10 Merchandise ? 10 Wanted to Sell .... 10 st. mnm) claret. GOLD MEDAL, PAR...

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