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THE LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE LUNCHEON. There was a distinguished gathering at the luncheon. In the absence of the presi dent, Mr. S. Goode, Mr. \V. Gilbert, M.P., presided, and was supported at the head table by the Federal Minister for Trade and Customs, Kight Hon. C. (J. Kingston; ihe Premier, Hon. F. \V. Holder; the Chief Secretary, Hon. J. G. Jenkins; the Com missioner of Crown Lands, Hon. L. O'Loughiin; the Commissioner of Public .Works, Hon. K. W. Foster; Sir I/sngdon Bonython; Mr. J. Gartrell, -President rF. the Chamber of Commerce; and Mr. VV . J . Sowden. The toaat of 'The King' having been honoured, The Hon. F. W. Holder proposed 'The Commonwealth.1' He said that at the exhi bition that day they could see progress on eyeiy hand. The secretary bad informed him that in several departments the com petition was much larger and the quality of the exhibits was better than had ever boen the case before. Altogether this so ciety, representing the producing interests, marked the progress that Souta Austral...
THE GRAND OPERA SEASON. FIRST PRODUCTION OF "TANNHAUSER." A MAGNIFICENT SPECTACLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE GRAP OPERA SEASON. FIRST PRODUCTION OF 'TANH-. HAUSER.' A 'M'Afl-NrFTOENT SPECTACLE. Though now more than half a century olo Wagner's most popuiar opera, 'Tannhiui- eer,' was never heard in Adelaide until last nieht when Mr. Georee Musorove's company produced it at the Theatre Royal before a large and enthusiastic audience, ?who accorded the principals and the gifted ' conductor, Herr Slapoffski, an ovation for uieir chief efforts. 'Tannhauser' was firs! staged at Dresden in 1845, but, strange t- say, did not obtain a hairing in London until 1876. Even then it met with the op position of ?the public and marked hostility rom the, London press critics, who appear to have united in condemning almost every feature of the opera. In we lignt ot our present knowledge this seems unaccount able, for of all Wagner's works 'Tann- hauser' is by far the most melodious, and for many years several .of its chief numbers have been established' favourites on the concert platform and in home circl...
EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor. Sir— Will 'SdeBinan' look again at 'The Register' containing my previous letter? I am afraid he must have based his tirade about 'youths,' 'untold sorrow and misery, ? and political ambitions on some report of my letter told him by a friend, who also may have recedved his mforrcatron secondhand, otherwise be could scaraely have credited me with that sen tence concerning ' 'grand reform,1' 'inade- quate remuneration,' &c, which I did not write. Unlike 'Salesman,' I did not rush into print without knowing some thing about the subject I was writing of, and to make certainty more sure I now have Mr. Poole's assurance that he is at a weekly loas of nearly 20 per cent, of what his earnings amounted to before he undertook his present position; and, whilst hk pre vious billet was a permanency, he is now appointed for only six months. How, then, can 'Salesman' speak of 'devoting his life to a reform?' As for.attacke on Mr. Poole for alleged political amb...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
MAIL NOTICHS. GREAT URITAIN.— March 1-1— Via Suez, R.M.S. lirennn, 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 12.30 p.m., Port Adelaide Railway Station 12.45 p.m. British and loreign I parc-els post per the- above steamer closes at G.P.O. i 10.45 a.m. (Hail due in London, April 14.) Sp March 16— Via ban Francisco, 3 p.m.; late fee, S.3U p.m.; money orders to States, 12.30 p.m. Sp. March 1ft— Fritdrich dor Grosse, 11.15 a.m. Sp. ; March 23— Via Marseilles, Australien, 10.15 a.m. MANILA, CHINA, and JAPAN.— March 14-3 p.m., | CJutlirie, via Sydnev. CAPE COLONY and NATAL. —March 19— Nineveh, a p.m. NEW AUSTRALLV (Paraguay).— March 21—3 p.m., via New Zealand. NEW CALEDONIA.— March 11— 3.3U p.m., to Syd ney, thence per Hrst opportunity. SAMOA and other SOUTH SliA ISLANDS.— March 11—3.30 p.m., to Sydney, thence per first opportunity. FIJI. — March 11—3.30 p.m., to Sydney, thence per first opportunity. AUCKLAND and W...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
SPECIAL NOTICE. Announcements of liirlhs, ilarriases, and Deaths, not exceeding ttve Hues, are inserted once each in 'The Register,' 'The Observer,' 'The Even ing Journal,' and Special Summary prepared for transmission to Kngiund for the single charge of Half a Crown; extra lines (id. each. The name and addrea of the sender must in all cases be given. BIRTHS. BUIKS.-On the 10th February, at Spring Farm, Clare, the \vifL- of W. S. Birks-a daughter. DE.VTHS. DESLAXDES.— On the 7th March, at his resi dence, Penny street. Semaphore, Jane, beloved wife of John Deslandes, in her 60th year.
METEOROLOGICAL.—March 1-7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
METEOROLOGICAL.-March 1-7. Statement of the atmospheric pressure, tem perature, rainfall, and state, of the weather regikfred at the Adelaide Observatory during the past seven days at the hours mentioned:— Bar Temperature. Ualn Date. 3 Therm 3 p.m. . 0 Weather, p.m. M'xim. Mia a-m. Sun. Slid. Fri. 1 29.72 15U.2, 97.6 75.7 — WNW.li.htsly. Sat. 2|29.80 145.3! S3.2 72.8 0.22 S.W., li. o. Sun. 3,29.84130.2 79.2 660 0.12 S.W., li., c. Mon. 4 29.96 12H.2 73.0 61.2 — . S.W., m., -o. rues. 6 30.131150.0 7&C 68.8 — SSE, li, fl, v. p. Wed. 0!3O.02'133.5 7ai 5iO - Vf, m. fi. d. riinr. 7J29.8S 140.0 87.C 53^ _- 3W.mod.fl.cI. 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 21 hours preceding the time of registration.' The 'Weatlier Column' relates to the condition of the weather at the time of Observation only.
MELBOURNE CELEBRATIONS. MELBOURNE, March 7 [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
MELBOURNE CELEBRATIONS. MELBOURNE. March 7 I he German residents of Melbourne have applied for permission to erect an arch in connection with the festivities for the re ception of the Duke and Duchess of Corn ?wail and York and the opening of the Federal Parliament. The Swedish residents are moving in a similar direction. WELLINGTON, March 7. Cabinet to-day reconsidered its decision to take a referendum as to the advisable ness of New Zealand joining the Austra lian Commonwealth, and decided to post pone it indefinitely. This was done be cause members of the Government thought it would be batter tohvait till the public have more information on the question. The majority of members of Pad ament have intimated to the Government that they favonr a contingent being sent to represent the colony at thyojwning of the Federal Parliament. It will be 100 strong.
WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. Forecast of probable weather irom Thursday afteruuon till Friday night. Issued at 1.20 p.m. on Thursday. Ssiiih Australia. — Temperature rising. Weather fite, clear, and warm to hot generally, with calms aud light variable winds, chiefly cast to north. Sea smooth. Barometer falling. Victoria (supplied by Mr. P. Baraechi).— Fine, clear, and wanner generally. Light easterly to north easterly winds inland. Sw breezes near the coast Sea smooth. Western Australia (supplied by Mr. W. E. Cnoke).— In absence of the usual reports thia even ing it is very dilRcult to Issue a regular forecast, but unsettled weatlier is now being experienced on the south-west coast, and will probably move east wards along the southern districts. It will he still cool and cloudy from Gcraldton south, with light scattered showers. Light to heavy rains have fallen in south-east Queensland and 'north-vrst New South Wales, and rain is still falling rhere, and it is more or less cloudy ...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. March 7. laif|um ^ and iurst .Mate have been scratched for the Doncaster Handicap. BROKEN I11LL, March 7. Paul Barren was charged at the Police Court to-day with n breach of the Medical Act, in having publicly announced that he would heal patients at the Royal Hotel, and having neglected to post his name out side fche hotel. The defendant said that for the last eight years he had traded un der the name of 'Parisian Healer,' and considered that this covered all that M-as re quired by the Act. His title was displayed conspicuously outside the hotel. Tlie Police -Magistrate said he must convict. Unfor tunately the minimum penaltv was £20, but if the defendant applied for a remis sion of a portion of at, he would gladly ap prove his application. Joseph Duflot, a partner of Paul Barron, Was charged with having committed a breach of the Early Closing Act, by selling' at. a- stall after 0 p.m. He pleaded ^guilty, and was fined Is. and costs 6s. 6d. Both fines were ...
TASMANIA. HOBART, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
TASMANIA, HOBART. March 7. Mrs. Stephen Matthews, a special repre sentative of the Good Templars' Grand Lodge, is giving addresses here, and is suc ceeding in infusing renewed vitality into the ? temperance organizations, which had previously been languishing. The Court of Mariue Enquiry into the accident to the steamer Tainbo gave its decision to-day. It suspended the captain's certificate for three months and the second mate's for one month.
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. CHAT WITH A VICTORIAN EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. CHAT- WITH A VICT0KIA2I EXPERT. Mr. K. Crowe, wlio for many years \vtt9r; connected -with the Koroit dairy factory*) but has more recently been the Victorian of- ? ficial dairvrcxbert. i« at nresent on a visit to this State. He is over at the invitation, of the Royal Agricultural and Horticul tural Society, judging the dairy produce at the show, and it was just after he had, concluded the task of judging the various classes that a representative of 'The Reg ister' had a short chat with, him about the dairying industry. ' Mr. .Crowe was quite enthusiastic at the display of butter at tlie show, and when asked whether it compared fnyourably witli the Victorian article he replied, 'The col- ? lection is a credit to the State, and the quality of the butter is well up to the best Victorian standard; in fact the majority, of exhibits would hold their own along side the Victoria prize brands.' 'Have . the exhibits any faults?' — 'Yes and no. The one to which 1 awarded...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
The best Medicine known is SAKOER & SON'S' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent power ful effect in Coughs, Colds, Influents; the relic; is instantaneous. In serious cases, and accident! of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, sealdings. bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy — no swel ling, no inflammation. Like surprising effects pro duced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, iuflammi' tion of lungs, swelling, &c., durrobca, dysen tery* diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. 8AHDER ft SOUS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is rn ok at hospitals and medical clinics all over (he globe; patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy, crowned with medals and diplomas at International Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved: article and -QMt«ll ethers. SUSonrtcS
FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE UNION. A meeting: of shareholders of the Soutli Austra' lian Fanners' Co-operative Union, Umited, was held at the offices of the company, Franklin street, on March 7. ? There were about 150 shareholders' present The question of the meeting called at Petersburg by Mr. \V. Scotf , one of the directors, condemning the appointment of a committee oi management, was considered, and after a long dis cussion the following resolution was carried almost unanimously:— 'This meeting of shareholders is satisfied with the present management, and con siders the alteration in having two directors act ing as a committee of advice is working to Uiu* advantage of the business of the union.' The directors reported:— 'The business of tlie-v union is still incrcasine, and fresh farmers are' joining, .the, number of shareholders having inJ creased from 2,948 to 3,396, and the number ot shares taken from 24,031 to 28,917, or an inurcaso ' of shareholders of 448 and of shares taken i,S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ? ' , DONALDSON, ANDREWS, & COMPANY. The R ALAIVCE of Oar SUMMER STOCK Is Now Offered to the Public AT FURTIIEJR SWEEPING REDUCTIONS. AUTUMN WE ABE NOW SHOWING A NICELY a kiK ASSORTED SELECTION AND OF WINTFR NEW GOODS FOR AUTUMN AND oi iinli^fcS.ft WINTER IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. SHIPMENTS. JUST OPENED. ? o— — — Country Visitors are Specially Invited to Inspect Our Spacious Showrooms. Now full of Novelties for the coming Season. 2S, BUNDLE STREET, 'otowfc 'LAYS AND LYRICS,' A TOLUlffi Or POEMS BY THK iji'I!i__ MORGAN HAWKES. ~ Price, 2/6. ATiy be had from all the principal Booksellers in the City. *868e D. G. SANDS, Sliarebroker, No. 8, Broken Hill Chambers, King William street. Orders by wire promptly attended to. *213mwfc (f^OCKLE'S PILLS. W ? FOR BILE. COCKLES PILLS. ? FOR LIVER. COCKLE'S PILLS. W ? FOR ACIDITY. COCKLE'S PILLS. ? FOR HEARTBU RN. ftOCKLE'S PILLS. \^ ? FOR INDIGESTION /COCKLE'S PILLS. V^ FOP. SICK HEADACHE. COCKLE'S PILLS. ? IN USE EVERYW...
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
?HEW;: ZEALAND. WELLINGTON. March 7. Colonel Peyton, officer commanding the Indian troops, has written to the Premier a letter of warm thanks for the kindness and hospitality displayed by New Zea landers towards the Indian contingent. The Railway Department has proved by experiments that sleepers treated . with creosote last much longer than ordinary sleepers. ? Lillywhite, who is alleged to be Blatch, who committed a. murder some years ago at Colchester, will be sent to England di rect, instead of by way of America, as was first proposed.
WHITE-RIBBON STREAMERS. [Contributed.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
WHITE-RIBBON STREAMERS. [Contributed.! The 'Union Signal' of January 17 contains the following:— 'There is much rejoicing in the ranks of the W.C.T.U. and of the temperance forces uenenillv over the nassaee bv the United States Senate of the anti-canteen amendment. As the ratification of the treaty for the protection of the natives of Africa against intoxicants was a fitting close of 19th cen tury legislation, so this action on the part of Congress is a fitting Iwginninir of 20th century ac tion.' The Anti-canteen Bill passed on Tuesday, January 8, by a vote of S4 against 15. This re sult baa not been reached without consWcraWc effort on the part of the friends of temperance. Mrs. Margaret Dye Ellis, W.u.T.U. National Su perintendent of Legislation, has worked hard for its success, ably assisted by the Rev. E. O. Din widdie, and the Uev. Wilbur K. Crafts. Many think tlut the fact that the National W.C.T.U. Convention was held in Washington last Decem ber, when the Bill wad going thr...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
CORRESPONDENCE. 'Firm Victorian'' writes: — 'I beg to trespass upon your valunblc columns in 'the interests of the Queen Victoria Maternity Home. Knowing it will renuire it hnie sum to msike that institution, a fitting innnument to the memory of our departed Sovereign Lady Queen Victorisi, I suggest that the hospital nurses should be approached with a view of holding a 'nurses' day.' Tbe success which their brilliant efforts met with one day in connection with the patriotic fund was beyond the expectation of even the most sanguine; and I fail to se2 why an amount as large its or even Harder ?than, was collected on that day could not be added to the fund in aid of the maternity home.' A meeting of the St. Peters Committee for raising funds for the Queen Victoria Home was held in the Mayor's Parlour, St. Peters Town Jiall, on Thursday afternoon. The mayoress, Mrs. G. H. Glover, presided over n large attendance. Tho treasurer, Mrs. U. W. Langsford, reported that the amount received fro...
VICTORIAN WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 8 March 1901
VICTORIAN WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. MELBOURNE. 'March 7. Tiie business of the Wesleyan Conference was continued to-day. A resolution was carried recommending that all churches should use unfermented wine at the sacra ment of tbe Lord's Supper. On the motion of Mr. J. Calhghan, it was resolved that the general conference should be requested ?to -consider the desirableness of a reunion '-l-etwecn the Wesleyan Methodist Church and the Free Church of Tonga. Mr. E. H. ?Sugden moved: — ''That the president be au thorized to adopt the official costume pre scribed by the Lord Chamberlain as that of the President of the British Conference.' He said such a dress had been found neces sary in England for State functions, and a similar need would certainly arise in con nection with the approachiug federal cele brations. The costume would be very like a bishop's -without the lawn sleeves. The motion met with some adverse criticism, hut was carried bv «i considerable majority. T'he conference discussed...