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

SHIPPING. Semaphore— Thursday, Starch 7— Low^ water, U.J5 a.m.; high water, 5.45 tun. -nine Ball.— March G-Ball dropped at lh. 0m. ftt, r-nrrp-mnmlin!r to 15h- 30ni. Rrecnwich mean time. Cape Bonli, March G, 11 a.m.— Anchor line stra iner Warrigal passing inward. Wind— South-east, ligbc. ARRIVED.— March 6. Warrigal, steamer, 4,3S7 tons. J. R. Brodte, R.X.R., from London January 22, via Cape Town February 13. Passengers— Mrs. Gault and three children and Mr. G. E. S. Roberts, in the saloon. -J. Wills and Co., City and Port, agevta. ' Cons, steamer, 5S tons, J. Germein, master, from Port Vincent. Percy, ketih. at tons, firiff. McKay, master, from Tort Wakofield. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For London.— Oruba, March 7; Oceana, March II; Austral, March 21; Britannia, March 28; Hee ler, about April 2; Cimco, April 4; Warrigal, about *\pril 4; Australia, April 11; Omrah, April IS; Victoria. April 2j; Orestes, about May 1; Ortona, May i; Rome, May U; Yarrawonga, aWt May 9; urizaba. May lfi; Hima...

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

Bile Beans possess the peculiar properties of acting on the bowels' witlrout purgins or . otherwise weakening the patient. 1Mb', is because the subsuwiee which relaxes the bowels has about the same action iis the natural Bile. Bile Beans are purely vege table, and a course of them wiu probably successfully oust the most chronic cases of Liver and Stomach Troubles, Piles, Indiges tion, Chronic Headache, Female Weak ness, Pimples, Summer Ailments, ' Bilious ness, Influenza, Rheumatism, Constipation, and a host of other ailments that owe their oricin to defective B3e ?Flow, assimilation, and digestion.' These Beans' are placed on the market in such a form that any one can. take them, ?without medical supervision, and, as the price is so very- low,- there ore. few homes that cannot afford to always have a box. on the 'shelf for emergency. Bilo I Beans ore obtainable from Chemists and Storekeepers generally, or from' 'the Aus tralian Depot, Bile -Bean Manufacturing Co., 39, Pitt street, ...

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LAND BOARD ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

.LAND BOARD ALLOTMENTS: . , Tue following list of allotments by land boards shows the. number of sections, where situated, name of hundred, name :ol lessee, area in acres, annual rent, amount of purchase money, and nature of lease: — North and Midland Board. — Miscellaneous— 113, 114, Parnaroo, George' Uuckford, . 813,. £1 10/, grazing and cultivation; north part park lands, near Belton, Eutilpa, John Mcers, 16, 2/8, 'grazing; tiorth-«ast; do., Eutilpa, pwen Smith, 33. 5/6, grazing; .south-east -do., Eutilpa, J. H. Schilling, 43, 7/2, grazing'; west do.,' Eutilpa. Daniel' Clark, 44, 7/4, grazing and personal residence. Home ?stead-^-oTfC,. Picbi,.Kichi, Walter Oakey,-,?.],^ £3 IS/., perpetual; 593,1 Pichi'Richt*, John Kowe, lj; 1/3. £2 10/, right of purchase. '

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

CONCERNING PEOPLE. King Edward VII, is said to be the mfcefc heavily insured man in the world. Hia ileath would cost the insurance companies more than £2,000,000 sterling. This'-craa some years ago, and .the amount is. pro bably larger now. One of the most interesting of the men on Lord Kitchener's new staff is his private secretary, Capt. Congreve, V.O., so ?well known for his heroism at Colenso. He is ;i tall, good looking man, with blue eyes, fair hair, and a graceful figure. His cha racter is in keeping with the outer man, for lie has a sweetness of disposition and a gen tleness of manner that endear him to all who know him. His 'Varsity experience sjives him an academic polish that many of tire very best officers at once desire and lack. It will be learned with regret, says the 'Argus' of Tuesday, that His Exeellericy the Lieutenant-Governor of Victoria, Sir John Gladden, is again indisposed. His Excellency became ill on Sunday night at the viceregal residence, Meant Macedon, a...

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PORT ADELAIDE: Wednesday, March 6. [Before Mr. A. P. Hall.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

PORT ADELAIDE: Wednesday March 6. [Before Mr. A. P. HalLT Hugh Osmond, for having resisted Water Con-, stable Batldatns on March 5 was 'ordered Ho pay in all £2 10s., or in default. 14 days' imprisonment. James A. Wccden, Elizabeth Weeden. and James Hecdra, represented by -Mr. G. W. Dempster William II. May and Aiiges Urrv, defended by Jlr. -K. Cruickshank; and Caroline Stephens, who appeared undefended; wcre^ charKeiT'on the infor mation of Sub'-Inspi-ctor Doyie with having behaved riotously at College place, Portland Ward, on Fob ruaty 25. The defendants pleaded not guilty. Wil liam -Stephens was then charged with having simi larly offended at the same place. Mr.'-R. Cruick shank, who defended Stephens, pointed out that tha court had no power to deal with .this; defen dant, who was a minor. The information was dis missed, without costs. According to the evidence defendants were quarrelling in the strcstf Some were fighting with whips and sticks,,' arid an um brella was used. Other...

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THE WELSH ANTHEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE WELSH ANTHEM. For nearly 50 years 'God bless the Princa of Wales' has ranked with 'God save the Queen' and 'Rule Britannia' as a na tional song, and when the Duke of York succeeds to the title us well as to the posi tion of his father, it will continue to occupy, its place in the affections of the empire (remarks the 'Daily Mail'). But for a chance meeting between a Welsh bard and musician and the conversation which pass* ed between them 'God bless the Prince of Wales' might never have been written. At the request of the council of the Webb National Eisteddfod, held at Carnarvon Castle in 1852, the Ceiriog Hughes, one of the sweetest poets Wales has ever possess ed, wrote a 'Prince of Wales' cantata lo commemorate the birth of the first prince in the castle and the coming of age of Al bert Edward, the then Prince of Wales, now King Edward VII. On the morning following the close of the Eisteddfod August 31, 1852, 'Ceiriog,' as he is still affectionately remembered in Wales, and M...

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A STATE HOUSE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

A STATE HOUSE IN SIDNEY. ? SYDNEY. March 6. The State Government to-night decided that the Duke of Cornwall and York when in Sydney should be asked to lay the founda tinn-«f-.r-n-» oF a new State House in Opn tenniahPark. Sir William Lyne states that the house will be built in wings. The first one to be erected wall be in remembrance of New South Wales volunteers ' -who have fallen in South Africa, and will take the form of a mausoleum filled with, tablets.

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

THE AUTUMN SHOW'.' The annual Autumn Show of the Royal lAgncultiiral and Horticultural Society will be opened at the Jubilee Exhibition braid ing and grounds to-day at noon, and 'will Le continued on Friday and Saturday. The exhibits will include agricultural produce, machinery, aud implements,- dairy pnxiuee, ?vwkiI, blood ^tock, i$outo. Australian indus 'Lruii ;ind manufacture:'!'- frinte, vegetables, tiowers, bees,, and honey, Horses in, ac ?iron will be the especial feature of the pro gi-jjiiuio on Friday and Saturday. His Ex c-L'Uenfy the Governor ami Lady Tennyson will visit the exposition at 2 o'clock on Fri tluy. Wool wa.-; judged on Wednesday.

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

'?''-'.-?'. ',-'.--* sj 4* S _ ^.tf-^ '-'^ '*'' -^3 ***!?' n- 'f^ '* ' %_3^ Jf^f^ '—j^Mb^SJ-x — ' ^ — «— ?? A r-vi»U. -7*-' '^i--: :- ''',,''''1'' ' -i»ii,'.'iO' ? ?' T- .^'^v '?? ? ^ -^r' -w ?- -^»--^r^™^ -^p— « — w- ' y I MARSHALL'S HALF-YEARLY SUMMER SALE. MARSHALL'S Messrs. JAS. MARSHALL & CO. rt epeetfully announce tkat their Half-yearly Summep Sale is now on, DUE GREAT DRAPERY AND FURNI TURE HALF-YEARLY SUMMER Being the largest strictly retail Drapers and Furnishers in South Australia we can -with confidence solicit your patronage. Large Lots of DRESSES. PRINTS, CAU COES, LINENS, cl(5thin ;, M SHIRTS, HATS, TllTOWll ©lit MILLINERY ?MANTLES, COS TUMES, RIBBONS, for LACES, UNDER CLOTHING, BILKS, TRIM- Tc-tfai. MINGjL HOSIERY. ''' GLOVES. CAR PETS, BOOTS, LINOLEUMS, TOYS. . The Stock offer ing will comprise cheap, medium, and Bnnra Onpn firat-clasa qnaiitie^ vours vpen ^ ^ prices our goods will be marked fi^ao o'clock IL^^uli of pounds worth must be sold before the new go...

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

INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS. To the Editor. Sirr-The speech delivered by Mr. Dalton. president of the above; institution, was most interesting, showing as.it did the pro cress made bv - that; and kindred institu tions during the last few?ye»rs.. It cer tainly , is an institution that, should com mand the strongest support.., of all men in ..businessr-professwnal,' ?commercial, trades people, and all others -as it gives to them some. Tuarantee that' the accountant or bookkeeper employed by: them, if-he holds the certificate of the -institution, has t been proved: capable of doing the work entrust ed to him. ; 1 have seen very curious illus trations 'of ? bookkeeping. -t-l-will mention one, where a firm was paying income tax ori; between; £4,000 to - iiS.OQO, ? which stood io the debit of ' a suspense account, and had, for the' warjt-of-kuowledgei-not been treat ed as it should have;been. Again, the sys tem- of appointing Auditors by~tne direc tors: is wrong.' The 'auditors are sup]josed...

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THE IMPROVEMENT OF WHEAT PROFESSOR LOWRIE'S OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE IMPROVEMENT OP -'';* WHEAT. .. '* '- ? '* L PROFESSOR LQWRIE'S OPINIONS. In conversation between j Professor Low rie and a representative of 'The Register,' the ' question Jraispdl by ji&. Richard Mar shall, of Xew,Park'sIde, cohcerninii the pos sible improvement of wheat, was inciden tally discussed,- aiid 'the Principal of the Roseworthy College expressed umisclf as follows on the subject:— :tl -..,... '.Mr. Marshall ieeras toSme to be taking uj) the cue lrom--.the work done by the agricultural 'chemist-.of 2sew South Wales, -\ir. Guthrie, and by the wheat expert of that iStatc, Jiir.'.Farrer.' ; The matter is Important to South Australian farmers, but it is not one about;\vhicii thefe.is ''any. need whatever to c'ryjdeterioratioi»:^srjam':hot' pre]-arcd to adinit; that. the; 'Americans are beating us as farniers; 'though the ['Anieiican millers are Heating ^ ' pui ;jnillersj because they have,- a larger population :to assist them in: placing their interior grades. -Th...

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

' ? ?'' ?. - ' ? ?*5f ?'. ??' - '? ;' . ; From the IMMENSE^ STofeK of ? I ft ^S^P By appointment Watchmaker — - - - -j&s ** '' ,'-^-- - -^ , - and Jeweller * ?* » HIS EXCELLENCY LORD , . ',-. TENN¥SeN 76 RONOLE STREET, and ^=====|g ? ; jfl ae. 28 HReftDE, HDELftlOE. svpT'-' , , - - .- *,. ? Hal -i .^f^W V /JUr ^feli^.' » - » *2^W Ladies' 'SUtw Open-Faced' ' l§?\ ? 1 Plain Bangles, different widths, from 22a Cd, 25s,. \§|r Sgls^ ': W W^£_-' T^Slr '' 'BaHrT ? K^IeaiWaWi 22|6d.. ,.4,-g^.-- 30s, 40s, and upwards 20s . 15s ' irauS*^ i^JmF LaaiCB' °Pen F*Ce Watohe81 GsaMttildfottw)yeats- Gold Bell on Bin ^^_J\ ? « ~'~ ? ? '*''Tl^__ ^& Jflffb-d //VSjwrL-^Wl ^^SmMLMm&W Marble Clocks, best Fronoh works, two' s-z«s. ', Gold Curb Bangles 20a, 258,30s, 3as. 40a upwards.: l ver, -b, *a , s, s , up o s ^..^ ,, good, useful articles at very', \ fl^fc^ ' -'g**^^V ? ^---7j^s3^ Bjl 3S3nBMy61MBBBBa \ complete in the colony. ? AH Rings ara'in&mi- sUverHantmgLevers.refcll...

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CORPORATIONS. THEBARTON, Tuesday March [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

CORPORATIONS. THEBARTON, Turedav. Sfarrh S. rmnnt— The mayor, Mr. C. B. Ware, Cnuncil ' -- Chifm, R .1. FiJEcll, Bra/cl, Supple. Boland, !?--, ,.nd Oopp.— Finance— Receipts. £37 Jfls.; Pfnriinjre, £Sl 13s. !H.; dr. baianre, £34Bl(i3. ? ? : mam roads accounts, £2 lSs. — Tlip mayor r'.rt#d that he had conferred with thr Manairr '''? P. A. Company with refercn^F to increasine ? aidth of South terrace, and it was considered -?I'lhle that an additional 5 ft. emild he sc ?' 'd frnm the holder! of property on the tr.r ? --Councillor FIIspII drew attention tn the H'tice of ryclists riding on the footpatlis in ttic ?'?n ; t.o bo rpfprred to the police. — Councillor ??t».I moved that a poll of ratepayers be taken 'h reference tn hrinffiB!? the town under tlie rd Values iVHsessment Ant. Carried.rCoqncil ' Rnizrl movrd that in future the dubit balance jr.y »ard be not allowed to exceed its' propor ??mte share of the limit allowed by the bank - overdraft, such proportion to be 'baseVl upon i- am...

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WINEMAKING AT THE ROSEWORTHY COLLEGE. A GOOD VINTAGE. A PROMISING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

W1NEMAKING AT THE RU8JS\Y0HTJiY,;C0£CEUJj. A GOOD VEvTAGE; A PROiUSl'Xa IXDtTSTRY. I tiy oiu- Udwler Corrct.nondent.1 i.-i-i-l-ping in at the Agwcultural College, lliteiAvortiiy, a aay or two agii, I tound twat I 1. 1 icasor rerkins was coiK-iurting his vm . ..-r oneratiuiis for the vtar. ilo iws j .iudlL-a just over -'3 t.jR* ut grapes iroin iiic cuilege vim-yam, more man twice as uiiKii a* 'iie has'c»fr 'Mil beMe. lie ha?, ..i.idore, liiiuk' atwut to/UJ gallons oi ^ n-\ j hi, -o.far exioi'iied e.\i-eetations i mi iheii- wa.- a dilnculty lit housiuj; a. 'i vi l.ucii-ijiiiioii ciu-ks maae by .\ie=srs. Ai.iii.s i -.-n. ui Adelaide, were ub ii.iiLil in iav nk'K of time, ami the pro ;i--.ir -piiaKs vciy hisiltiy ti tnuir wurK .Li.in.-aii'- A recent vuiwr lo tnc college ? i ??:n l .ipe Colony was sUiiL-k uy tne excel i. iul oi the wot kir.ii n^i: tp, ami expressed i.ir.- ?-{ ,iiion that they were uio linest casks i.i i;.l.l ever -etn. l:-c smjies included a good many dried ii|- c.itiy u...

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PRODUCE NOTES. LONDON, February 1. LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

itMbfebluary U wm-^M Xo fresh s5pnl«esM iainbarfrbm 'Australia^ i have been, jianded this, week, so that the market isiftraeii&lly: bare. c;Tlw-.bal'aiicciof:'j; the last shinment brought bv a Lund liner Y for the CJogeriilnerv(iidepot:-has;beeutilui.^|; ted, the average' price' fbr.*the'wh_ble having' been about 4id.l-per ib-^^lr.. Youi;g$tiu.. complains of tlife^qualfiy vo£ - this : cohligrt- ; m'ent, the sizes being very uneven, and thej condition in^rnany_r,cases, far from first cl3ss-|| A isumbqjcJQfi claims l;aye;.been;;, made Tttpon'! the insurance cqmuanies, '.' biit % far ithey have notj]bceh settletl.i;/Elie, Colonial Coiit. signraent arid llistributihg Company's: re- r port on February 1 states:— 'Arri-j vals of Australian lambs '?' have 1)6611! India -with 1,750, Yarra\yonga 1,675, (Juli of Venice '20,85a; ''and Australia 1,457;'; the total: being 31,761 fewer thaiv arrivals in January last year. A steady trade '^as^beenjdbne.'.ind .each week sees. uu tubers' go'...

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

A STIMULATING CUP. A -mall spoonful of Cttdbury's Cocoa, with .boil jnc »-ater nr milk, will muke instantly a stimu lr''-: .ir.d sustaining cup of the most delicious, r- '?- -'.!'?. snd absolutely pure and' nourishing ' -a. .t the greatest strength and the finest ''?? Jr. entirely free from iny admixture. n223hc

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THE SYDNEY SEWER ACCIDENT. BRAVE MEN PRAISED. SYDNEY, March 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE SYDNEY SEWER ACCIDENT. BRAVE MEN PRAISED.. SYDNEY, March 6. lhe circumstances surrounding the death of Alfred John Stevens in a sewer at Ers kine street on Monday last' formed the subject of a coroner's innuest ta-dav. The evidence was of a formal character, and tha jury found that death was due to as phyxia, produced by the inhalation of carbonic acid gas, and that no one was to blame. They added a. rider highly com mending Constable Davies, Isaac Parr, and James May for their courageous conduct in risking their, own lives in their efforts to save those who were in the sewer, and expressed the hope that the Royal Humane Society would take notice of their action.

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THE POWERS AND CHINA THE AUSTRALIAN NAVAL CONTINGENT. DEBATE IN THE COMMONS. London, March 5. [Received March 7, 2 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

THE POWERS AND CHINA. THE AUSTRALIAN NAVAL ? CONTINGENT. DEBATE IN THE COMMONS. London, March 5. TBY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received March 7, 2 a.m.] In the House of- Commons yesterday, Capt. E. G. Pretyman,. Civil Lord of the Admiralty, in explaining the- vote on account oMhe dispatch of an Aus tralian naval contingent to China, de clared that the services of the colonial] forces had been most valuable, and were highly appreciated. Their gal lantry had always been a conspicuous feature. Mr. ,T. Daly, Nationalist member for Monoghan County, remarked that the fact that only six hundred men could be picked up at street corners in Aus tralia to go to China showed that the colonies were out of ^sympathy with Great Britain. Mr. .T. C. Flynu, member for Cork County North; expressed the opinion that the payment of £2,400 to the South Australian Government for the use of H.M.'C. Protector could not be regarded as evidence of the high character of colonial loyalty. The vote was passed by 235...

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ROWDY IRISHMEN. WILD SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. FREE FIGHT WITH POLICE. London, March 6. [Received March 7, 2 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

ROWDY IRISHMEN. WILD SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. FREE FIGHT WITH POLICE. London, March G. . [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.] [Received March 7, 2 a.m.] During a debate in the Commons on the question of education, at about 12 o'clock last night, 1G Irish Nationalists refused to vote on a motion to apply the closure, and as they insisted on re mainmg on the floor of the1 House the Speaker ordered their suspension. They then declined to leave the Chamber,! and the Sergeant-at-arms called in the police to remove them. On the arrival of the constables a free fight took place owing to the disgraceful con duet of Mr. Eugene Crean, the Labour and Nationalist representative for the South-eastern Division of Cork, who was the first member ordered to quit With some of his colleagues helping him to resist, six policemen were occupied for five minutes 'in carrying Crean, who struggled violently, out of the Chamber. Meanwhile the air re sounded with yells and cheers, and several of the Nationalists s...

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INSPECTION OF HINDMARSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 7 March 1901

INSPECTION OFH1NDMARSH. On Wednesday the members of the Cor poration of llimhnarsb. undertook the an nual inspection of the town. There were nresent the mayor (Mr. W. Blight) ..Alder- men Hunwick, Hocking, and Medwell, anil CouneiUow i-llw, King, Joiks, Sedgley, Sellick, aud Smith, the town clerk and surveyor (Mr. .J. Tait), the health ofiicer (Dr Coombe), and tne ' assistant town elen; (Mr. T.J. Bishop). The requirements of Bowden Ward were first considered, and the metalling of that portion of Gibson street, between Second and Fourth streets, which two years ago was levelled up, was decided upon. The drainage of this street was also put down, for improvement in se veral places. Several small culverts were ordered to be replaced with inverts. when they need repair. Bowden-on-the-Hill, the separat.on of which has been agitated for during me last 12 months:, with the object of adding it to the J 'respect district, re ceived considerable attention. The kerb ing and paring of Park .str...

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