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EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor. Sir— Seeing the letter signed One of the Pubiic,' in which he suggests a combina tion to resist the Act and offers to sub scribe £1 towards the obiect, I shall be pleased to subscribe the name amount il such a society is formed; and I trust that members 'will vote at the federal elections, and not forget the Premier's attitude on the subject. If Hritoiw are not slaves, those of them living here bid fair to become Helots. I am, Sir, &c, WYKEHAMIST.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

?PSOIAL ADVBRTIMMIlim S H Of TO-DAY AND TO-NIGHT, ? wn'u CO NC 1SBT. ?x

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

To the Editor. bir— Ao arguments have been adduced to condemn early closing or to cause abandon ment of the weekly half holiday. Mr. Par sons's letters are not intended for .univer sity students, and very few assistants of 'poor widows'. are classical scholars; con sequently he is only wasting his extensive vocabulary on the desert air. As an out sider 1 sympathize with the small store keepers and poor widows; but Mr. Par sons' and other correspondents should con sider also the hundreds of asistants who now enjoy their Saturday afternoon, and have* joined cricket and rowing clubs, as well as some of the military corps. Who was the cause of closing shops in which no assistants are employed? Is not the Act the outcome of the power known as So. 1 Hoom. A late member of that Chamber described it as the most disgraceful non sense that has ever left the Legislative Council. Why then, not give honour to whom ' honour is due?, and not be con tinually harping on the Early Closing As sociatio...

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MAIL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

MAIL NOTICES. CREAT BRITAIX.-This day-Via Suez, R.M.S. Oruba, 11.15 a.m.: newspapers and registered let ters, 10.15 a.m.; late letters, G.P.O. 12.15 p.m., Adelaide Railway Station 1130 n.m Vnrt i^,;^ Hallway Station 12.45 p.m. Dritish and foreign parcels post per the above steamer closes at G.P.O. 30.45 a.m. (Mail due in London, April 7.) Sp. March 16— Via San Francisco, 3 p.m.; late fee, 3.30 p.m.; money orders to States, 12.30 p.m.- Sp. March 10— Kricdrieh der Grosse, 11.15 a.m. Sp. March 23— Via Marseilles, Australien, 10.15 a.m. MAXILA, CHINA, and JAPAN.— March 14-3 p.m.. Outline, via Sydney. CAPE COLONY and NATAL. —March 19— Nineveh, 3 p.m. NEW AUSTRALIA (Paraguay).— This day— 3 p.m., via New Zealand. NEW. CALEDOXL\.-March 11-3.30 p.m., to Syd ney, thence per first opportunity. SAMOA and other SOUTH SEA ISLANDS.-Mareh H-3.30 p-m., to Sydney, thence per first opportunity. FIJI.— March 11—3.30 p;m., to Sydney, thence per first opportunity. NEW ZEALAND.— Tiiis day— -5.30 p.m., to ...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

To the Editor. Sir— I am a bachelor and 'batch' where I am employed, about a mile from the township. No butcher or baker calls round my place. I have to be at work from 7.30 in the morning till 6 and Saturday till 1 o'clock, I used to be able, when shops were open till 7 or later, to go in the even ing aaid buy what I wanted for the nest day; but now when I knock off the shop* are closed, except on Friday. I can manage somehow with the baker, although bread u week old is a bit stale; but I can t with the butcher— his meat won't keep. What am I to do? Can you suggest any tiling? I don't wish to loose my place in any case. I am, Sir, &c. ANXIOUS.

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

¥ CROSSIjEJT'S % Oil and Gas Engines Th« Most Perfect Mator of th«D»y. ' . JAMES HILL & SONS. - ' ' & ? 16 and 18, CURRI&gT.. ADELAIDE. /&] GROSSLEY'S ENGINES Hare been awarded by the International Jury of — .'?' .. . Paris Exhibition, 19UU, THE ONLY GKAND PRIX ';GiTen to English / Enhibiu.ni in C)a«a XX.,' although .; ;B1DJ Kogluli-nude hngines wore Miown uf 'this cki*, $?:* NO OTHER ££?? ' Was given the Hfghest Award. gfr' ? &

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

ECZEMA And Emy Form of Torturing Disfiguring Skin and Scalp ' Honours Cpred by ©ticura Complete External and Internal Treat* meni. Tbe Set, consisting of Ccticcba. Soap, to cleanse tbe ekin of cimtfi and scales, Cdticuba Ointment^to Instantly allay Kching, . and Boothe and heal, and Coticura. Resol vent, to cool and cleanse the blood. This treatment will afford Instant relief, permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy, permanent, and economical cure when all else fails. SoM by ill Cdoaill Chnnilt*. POTTO DltTO 1» ' Cuk. Con.. 80U Pieft, Bottom, D. B. A.

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

RAINFALL. The following are the quantities of rain regi stered at the undermentioned stations during the eight days eAded' Wednesday,' March 0, at !) a.m.:— .... .... Adelaide Obser. . , 0.34 Angaston , , . , , 0.15 Port Darwin .... 1.25 Tanunda ..... 0.03 Brock Creek . . . 2.35 Lyndoch ..... O.la Burrundie .... 2.41 Uallala ?. . , , . , n.U 1'ine Creek ?'.'. . . 5.0l' Koseworthy ..... 0.09 River Katherine . . 3.82 .Gawler . ..... 0.12 Daly Waters . . . l.is Smithfleld .... 005 Powell's Creek . . 3.08 Tw Wells . . '. . 0.3C Tennant's Creek . . 0.90 v'nrinia ? n.lG Barrow'Creck . . . 0.(5 Salisbury .. .-. -. ; o.2O Alice Springs ... iu5 Teatree Gullv . . 0.22 Charlotte Waters . 0.23 North. Adelaide . . 0.81 Oodnadatta .'; . , i.oo Brighton ? . , , , 0'8 William Creek . . a30 Glcnclfr ? o!Js Coward Springs . . l.(!4 Magill . ..... o.2O Herpott f. ... / 0.48 Miteham*. . . . . . o.-» Farina ..... ...0.67 Crafers ...... 0.21 Leigh's Creek ... 0.23/ Uraidla . . » . . o.'tf, Bel tana . ......

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

PHILANTHROPIC. Hinchnarsli Town Mission.— The monthly- meeting of the committee was held in the local Congrega tional lecture hall ,'on Tuesday. Alderman C. 11. U/vkimr rjriydded over a crood attendance. The secretary, Mr. A. Puddy, reported that relief had been given in 40 instances. Receipts, including £3 Se. collected by the mayor. Mr. W. Blight, for a special purpose, totalled £43 3s. 2-!. Expendi ture, £18 Is. Gd. Mr. Harkness, tl«! missionary, was still confined to his home by illness.

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

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. SA. GOVERNMENT 3 PER CENT. STOCB * (Free of Income Tax.) PRICE AT THE TREASURY TO-DAY, with interest from 1st December, 1900, £100 smx *& £95. -a. 'LAYS AMD LYRICS,' A XOLUUE OF FOCUS BY THE DAT* MORGAN HAWKE8. Price, 2/6. May be had from all the principal Bookseller* in the City. #3S8e DAttHEB JP Pfl .TAQX5R3, 66, Kicp Wm. it r HnnCn OC UU.- I o'clock Saturdays. 352thi« TUST PUBLISUED, Tft'o Pamphlets, connecting O the Second Advent with Progress of Sew Com monwealth. Booksellers, 3d. *G4,6 TL'ST rCBLISHED, Two Pamphlets, containing tl /li\ine evidence, cimnecting the Second Ad vent with Progress of New Commonwealth. Book sellers, ::d. *0i,6 *'-$%£*£'* IBALFOUR'S. MR. FRED E8KELL,»™ Late ESKELL & TATTERSALL, 32, King Wm. «t. *falra Jn nr-wiri I tailor a» ll ni'Wrl I OUTKITTSR, . U« 11U 8» LLL, M, Kundle^treet VWtiot f^OCKLE'S PILLS. W ? FOR BILE. COCKLES PILLSk ? FOR LIVER. jf*OCKLE'S PILLS. W ? ^ _AC' PITY. COCKLE'S PILLS. %^ ? FOR HEARTBURN...

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

SHARES SOLD AND BOUGHT ASUER & JBLlir«, BlIvK. ot K£W ZEALAND CHAMUEJtS, PIHIE SS nUioi BURDEN'S HEADACHE WAFERS are a Speedy, Safe, and Effectual Core, Is. a Box. J. B. BURDEN, CHEMIST, 45, Kinfi VOliam street. n77fll

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BAROMETRICAL READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

BAROMETRICAL READINGS. The following table has been constructed from observations recorded in this office- for every ri- honra miring' the last three days and for this morn ing. Height above Bca level, 147 ft.:— 3 a-ra. 9 a.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. Monday ........ 29.86 29.05 2U.90 29.99 Tuesday ? 29-63 30.09 30.00 30.03 Wednesday ? S0.01 30.W 20.09 30.05 ?Jfotc— Barometer 30.00, stead;, at S o'clock tha morning; clear.

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METEOROLOGICAL—February 26—March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

METEOROLOGICAL.— February 28— March 0. Statement of the atmospheric pressure, tera jicratnrc, rainfall, and Bttte of the weather registered at the Adelaide Observatory during the past siven days at the hours mentioned:— ? | JJari Temperature. Bain Date. 3 Therm 3 p.m. | 0 Weather, p.m. M'lim. Urn a.m. I 'Sun. IShd. Thiir, 2S 29.67 164.5 103.1 -8.4 — EXE.!i.fi.v.ht. Fri. 120.72:158.2. 97.6 75.7 — WNW.Li.ht.sly. 8at. 229.8O'H5.3; 83.21 72.6 0.22 S.W., li. o. Bun. 329.84 130.2! 70.21 6-J.O ai2 S.W., li., c. Jlon. 4129.96 12S.2! 73.01 61.2 — S.W., m., o. Tues. 5 30.13il5a6| 78,6 548 — SSE, li, fi, V. p. Wwi. 630.0213X5 78.0] 52.9 — fW, m. fi. cl. ? -Memo.— The barometer is reduced and corrected to 32 deg. Fahr., but it is not reduced to sea level. The temperature and rainfall are for the 24 hours preceding the time of registration- The 'Weather Column' relates to the condition of the . tveather at the time of observation only.

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PORT ADELAIDE COURT OF ASSESSMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

PORT ADELAIDE COURT OP ASSESSMENT. On Wednesday afternoon the Port Adelaide Cor poration sat as a court to bear appeals against ass essment. There were present— The Mayor (Mr. J. W. Cairo}, and Aldermen Movers and Uains. and Crs. Wilks, Oswald, Pneker. Shorney, Biglands, Ring, Gilleland, Clouston, Powsctt, Widdop, and Rofe. The following appeals were dealt with:— East Ward, 6; 1 confirmed, 5 reduced. Cleave Ward, 4; 1 confirmed, 3 reduced. Queen, 1; con firmed. Rosalala, 2; 1 confirmed, 1 reduced. Bir kenhead, 1; reduced. Semaphore, 1; reduced The total reduction in the assessment vsas £234. Customer (after seeing there is no one about) to Barmaid— 'Humi I don't like the look o' this beer, miss! 1*1] tell you what I titink of it after tasting it, free, gratis, and perfessionally. yOu see, I'm one of 'Enry Uhaplin's committee for.pro motini; the 3?urity of beer.'— 'Puoeh.'

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PRESENTATION STAMP COLLECTIONS. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

PRESENTATION STAMP COLLEC TIONS. To the Editor. oil' — Kindly allow me to refer to one or two statements published under the head ing of 'Presentation Stamp Collections.' 'A complete set of the current stamns up to the value of £100 in 'each' division of the Commonwealth' is slightly inaccurate, as Victoria and Queensland are the only Australian Stotes in possession of stamps above £20 in. value. Contradiction is necessary to the remark that 'philatelists ?will be pleased to learn that a certain num ber of sets wiU be on sale.' The very idea of the suggestion is almost enough to make a true philatelist weep. We wish to see all unnecessary issues of stamps tabooed. We want no 'A.C.' surcharges on the cur rent issues, nor war stamps, nor hospital nor commenunoration labels of any kind. The Victorian postal de partment are the chief of fenders in these respects, and are at the bottom of this latest idea for injuring a portion of the public. F°r some months they have been offering for s...

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

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, Sons of Temperance— An interesting ceremony took phicc on Thursday at Wolsolcy, near Uniy don, when I lie (rraml division officers (Rrothr'rs K. A. Whilaker. (i.W.l'.. T. A. Moore. fMV.A. . u. J. Lapidge, U.S., and K. Aliiock ,41ml J. Annis, P.G.W.P.'s) at the invitation of a number of per sons who had forwarded a charter asking to be instituted -.is an adult division, visited thr branrli and formally declared it to hi; a part uf the .South Australian District. The followin-; were Heeled, and installed as the first ofliccrs:— W.P. and l'\S.D., A. Urown; W.A., Hiss L. Connolly; U.K., Archie Lusliey; conductor, JMss May Tonkin; assistant conductor, Misa Klorrin Lushpy; sentinel, C. J. Brown; actinp P. W.I'., .Miss Fanny Stock. Brothers K. Alcock and .7. Annis, l'.fi.W.l'.'s, iind the G.W.I'., G.W.A., ami n.S. nrcifly addressed the gatticrinff ami expressed the pleasure they felt ' in establishing a branch of the O.S.T. at Wolseley. lYicncls and cadets froin other s...

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

RELIGIOUS. Church of Christ.— The Christian Church' at Henley Beach celebrated its anniver sary on .Sunday, when sermons were preached by Messrs. W. j\lutuew.s and P. «l. Pitman. In the afternoon a service of song entitled 'The Triumph of Truth' was given by the scholars of the Sunday school assisted by friends. On Tuesday 'ten and public meetings were held. Sir. James .Manning presided over a largo company. The secretary (Mr. George llurcomb) read the annual report, which showed that S members had been admitted, and The num ber on the roll was 53. Jlessrs. F. J. Pit man, \V. A. Keays, F. J. Steward, and J. Planning addressed the meeting, «nd spe cial ginsjing was contributed by the choir under the direction of }lr. ^r. Mathew.^. Miss A. Lowrie acted as organist. On. ?Wednesday evening the scholars of the Sunday school were given an entertainment, at which 'there was a good attendance. Thu superintendent (Mr. George IJurcomb) re ported that good work had been done du ing the year. Y...

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THE LAW COURTS LOCAL COURT ADELAIDE: Wednesday, March 6. Before His Honor Mr. J. G. Russell and Messrs. J. Wyles and F. J. Whitby.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE ? LAW COURTS. LOCAL COURT. ADELAIDE: Wednesday, March 8. [Before His Honor Sir. J. G. Kussell and Messrs. J. Wyles and F. J. Whitbv.l John Giles v. Isaac G. H. Giles.— Claim for £1£, money payable, by the defendant to the plaintiff for money received by tlie defendant for the use of the plaintiff, and for. that the defendant con verted to his own use, or wronpiully deprived plaintiff of the use and possession of the latter's Komi*— china plates, cups, and basin. Mr.-Fenn ap peared for tho plaintiff, and llr. Ilamp for the defendant, for whom judgment was given. [Before His Houor Sir. Justice Boucaut.] ?Appeal from ihe Magistrates' Court, Kapunda. .'.Ifcrriinan v. Montague.— Jlr. Dsgenhardl appear ed lor the appellant, Mrs. II. Berriman, and tlie Crown Solicitor, Mr. J. M. Stuart, K.C., for the respondent. This was an appeal from an order made by Messrs. J. P. Orchard, E. James, and W. Flavel, in the case of Montague v. Berriman, which was heard at the Magistrates' Court, ka pund...

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

'AS w have succeeded in saving several -ti. thousands of our negatives, will our client! leqiriring duplicate copies kindly send orders in the usual way? Our new printing roorns arc np to date, refitted with all the latest appliance?, thlls ensuring facility and the highest finish. All the latest styles and processes in photo fjnqphy. Cabinets, Mb. e&. per dozen, including a 12 1 10 pptl or Bromide Enlargement. PDIOS, 65, 'rUNDLE-STREET, tad at King WlHitm street. s3lthso

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TO-DAY'S DIARY Thursday, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

TO-DAYS DIARY. Thursdar. March 7. fun rises CIO a.m.: sets 8.45 p.m. Moon rises '.24 p.m.; seta 7.35 a.m. Semaphore. — Low w., 11.45 aim.; high 3.45 p.m. (-5.— Frome road— Zoological Gardens. tU Day and Evening— Jubilee Mutation Grounds —Adelaide Show. f.— Franklin street— Fanners' Co-op. Union. TJ5.— Exchange Gtfe-A.N.A. annual banquet. S. — Town Hall — Meeting Sir L. Bonjthon's comtc. L— Walkcrville— Mr. Glynn addresses electors. ?.— TjToli Theatre— Vaudeville entertainment. ?.—Theatre Hoyal— 'Tannbauscr.'

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