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THE GRAND OPERA SEASON. "MARITANA." [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

ME GRANC.OPERA, ? y- SEASON;-' ':M 'MARITANA.' If Mr. George Musgrove had searched the entire domain of serious .opera, he. .could scarcely have presented a greater contrast in two' successive performances than that auoruea uy .lannnauser,' juayeu on Thursday evening,i(aildi'- Wallace's everr popular- ballad opera, .-'Maritanaj.' 'wliiehl atfraetcd a^ splendid . attendance .to. -the Theatre Royal last - night.' Though . bqtli wbrkij were given to the world in'the same year,.184o, 'Maritana' has been heard.'in Adelaide sec res. of times, but ''Tann hauser' only once. The reason for this is easyfo- discover. ?'Maritana' may be 'pre- sented with fair success by a small com pariji&aud small orchestra— indeed, -on -one occasion's a. performance ? 'was giveiiwhen thej'1inited strength-of Ichorus, /.principals, andy-pfehestra totalled; fewer tham- 12 ,.per son&--but even a passable presentation ': of the German master's work demands a com pany of important dimensions, and c...

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VICTORIAN, RACING CARNIVAL. LAST DAY. [From Tarquin.] MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

VICTORIAN, RACING -CARNIVAL,' 'LAST DAY/ ? [From .Tarquin.] . ' MELBOURNE. Mnrch *-. ITie y.K.C. Meeting \rflt be concluded to-nwiow. In - tlie' absence of any ac ceptances it. is difficult to say in ? which -events horses, .will start. Advince, f o?' instance, is ? ? engaged in 'three. : ? He '\vill: : run,- iii the 'All aged 'Stakes; and should win, although it should T)e an ' interekting iighfb'etween him, Maftster, and Paul Pry. ScoBie has four engaged in the Loch Plate, and if Advance is. withdrawn ithere will probably be'rio op position. The fields in all ..the races, with the exception 'of 'the Farewell Handicap, promise to be small, and 'backers -will 'have to accept short prices about the favourites. My selections are: — ALL-AGED STAKES. \ . ADVANCE ? .. .. -.1 MALTSTER ? .2 PAUL PRY ?;. .. .. .. .. ..3 . unplaced .two-year-old; race. - CRETONNE .. .... „ ...... l' ? BONNIE CHIEL .. ^ ^ .. .. 2 THE AbSTRLAN .. .. .. .. ... 3 . . PLAGE HANDICAP. THE BRIDE ...^ ? 1 SPECULATIO...

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REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

REPORTS. Associated Northern Blocks.— Week, February 2:— Footage for last month will show in develop ment 123 ft. No. 1 shaft, 470 ft. deep, sunk 20 It.; the past 7 ft. began to show lode and matrix, jn places snowing free gold and tellur ide;.vne asjsiy showed lu oz.. 10 dwt. 18 -gr., another i oz. 13 dwt., grab sample of rock taken from trucks from- the shaft assayed 1 oz. 1 dwt. 12 gr. .We. have not reached the ore body vet, but -shaft will pass, through it. All indications still point to the ore dipping- west, although at greater angle. -100 Level— N. drive sample hole put on W. side shows a dwt. We are now xcut ling- E. to come under No.. 2 winze on the 300 level, No.. 3 shaft. No. .3 Shaft— S. drive from No. 1 winze at 90 ft. deep an intermediate level run -50 ft. on the lode, this -in splendid class ot ore, it will average 5 oz. the distance, the end shows as fellows:— 3191 assay, bottom half of drive 4 ft. thick, 6 oz. 17 dwt. 10 gr.; 31S8 assay, 3 tcp half, 3 oz. 19 dwt. 12...

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LATEST SCRATCHINGS MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

LATESTT SCRATCHING^. '' ?MELBOURNE. March S. Autumn Steeplechase^— Supple 'Jack. Kio ta. Lady. Agatha, .'Allets,. and' Fishhook; , Loch Plate.— San' Fran,. George Frederick, and Vocalist. ',' './'*'?? . ,' ?Unplaced Two-year-old '. Stakes. — The Bushman. Veritas.; ?; ' ..: ; ., ?...;? . Farewell -Handicap.— Coralie: ? ., ?-?,-.-'- ?????

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FOURTH DAY'S RACING MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

FOURTH ? DAY'S -.IIACJIXG. ? MELBOURNE. March 8. Hie following weights have been declared for the Victorian Racing Club's fourth day's racing, to be held to-morrow: — PLACE HAKDICAP. st. 11). ' ' . st. lb. Advance .... ♦ . . !) 10 ifarie. Corclli ... 7 11 Speculation ..... 8 11' Vocalist . . r . *. 7 ]l The Bride . ., . .8 i) Kinklikc . ; . . . '7 10 Boreas ...... 8 7 Gnriga Din .... 7 7 Dreamland .... 8,0 Lowland Chief. ..72 Flintlock . . . ..;., 7.13 Cicero ...,.,,,0 1 FAREWELL HANDICAP. The Bride .... 0 0 First Mate . . . 7 1 Speculation ... 8 13 Dumbhell ..... 7 4 Boreas ? 8 12 Stageligbt -. ... 7 3 Massinissa . . . '. 8 10 Tcrlinga ..... 7 0 Wakeful . '.'. . . '8 10' Spindrift ..... 70 Coralic . . .... S 8 Cicero . ..... 6 12 Hymettus. .... 8 5 Sapir :...'. U 12 Dreamland . . . . . ? 8 5' Bolanos' . . . '.'. 6 10 Nitre ........ 8.5 Carolina-'.'.1..', t! 10 Lochaber ..... 8 4 Rescued ...... « s Sagacity ?-. . . . 8 i Berenice ? 0 8 Safety.....^. SI Captain Towsc .. 0 8 Aurous .....

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A CHAT WITH MISS LOTTIE COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

rA CHAT. WITH MISS LOTTIE ' COLLINS. Lottie Collins is a name for mangers to conjure by! Who of those who heard this dazzling, artiste sing 'Ta-ra-ra-boom-de- aye' -will -ever iorget ?, her?- What a sensation stie created m ^ tnat scarlet and ' bla:ck dress, tremendous hat, and- lono. golden wig! How the song went!' It was soon al} .the rage. Lottie Collins ; did not feel like, singing 'Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay' when, a reporter met her at the South Australian Hotel on Fri day afternoon. She had come straight through ? from- Sydney by train, and was weary and tired. She is ? a game little womiin, .though.. Her righ't. hand «s still bandaged as the result of an accident at Mosman's Bay in Sydney Harbour. 'No; I didn't stop in Melbourne' to haN'e a night's rest.- I thought 1 would come on Here and. do that,' she said. 'My maid did not come further than. Melbourne, so 1 have to, get a fresh one for here. But one has to face and over come difficulties. Everythng- seems to de pend so much- on...

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INSTITUTES' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

INiSTITUrES'-ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING^ ? '\The annual 'meeting of the Institutes; As sociation cf South Australia was held in the DeputatkHM-oom, .Government Offices, on ?Fridav evening. The Commissions of PuWic Worfcs, Hon.- R.W. UToster,^:!'., presided 'over a good attendance. 'Che chairman regretted that there was not a .1,-irger attendance. It must.ibe-borne in mind .thatonlyieDently the 'city/had been crowded -with ? country visitors xo'rsee:. the Imperial- ? troops,' and 'he presuriiedr that many of them' could not spare the'-timeto visit Adelaide again so soon. He'occupied tin: chair that.evenirig as the reprejentative of the Minister of Education, who was out of town in connection with the federal, elec tions.- ? He -had received a telegram from Mr. Batehelor asking him to, .expresses best wishes to' tJie meeting. (Applause.) He iknew something of Uie work at, the assocnv tion, and he. ;issured them that'. his- own idea was that there was no more: valuable educational for...

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NOTES AND QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

NOTESxANfl QUERIES. All manuscripts mu8t be ?written legibly in ink as. ; cnly.one Bide of the paper, and none will be re turned, even if rejected.' Every' letter and en ' -quiry must be accompanied by the writer's real naroo ana aaarem ior .tne i^auor s inionnauon, but not necessarily for publication. All com-, muaications are treated as confidential. ' 'Doifttful.'— Both' ' pforiunciaiiona are correct— 'i-solate' and 'is-olate.' 'N. J. Cox.'— We believe it is legal, bub cannot say how long the law has been in force.; - ? - ? - . 'Commerce,' Port Augusta.— We thank you for your suggestion, which shall bi duly considered. - . ? . . 'H.: W. - Rasmus.'— Iron netting of all kinds is admitted free*; Netting other than, iron. is liable to an imposition of 25 per cent. 'lsvWar Necessarj'?'— We regret that we have not space at present for the discussion of this subject. If you call at bur offices the MS.- will'be returned' to you. ' 'Student.'— The shore end of the cable, between Port Darw...

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EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor. ' Sir— On reading the. paragraph in The Register' on Friday referring to the ljkeli hood of certain finris . changing their holi day from Saturday .to' Wednesday) it occur red to. me' that perhaps some- misapprehen- sion night arise'- in the minds ? of ?'. shop keepera as to ' the extent and scope of this movement.- I myself ' have seen, a list of those who contemplated, the possibility of a change beirig made; but in conversaUon with one of the leading firms whore name ?appeared thereon I found that the list was being. circulated with the purpose of ascer taining who might possibly change, and not those -who: had decided -upon, changing.. I ain.of opinion.; that this; is likely, to.ba the same list as referred to by you, as it con sisted 'of names of a number of Hindley and Rundle street shopkeepers. The peti 'tibn-form,: as I gathered' itsi meaning, and as' the gentleman referred to above under stood it; was absolutely non-committal, and did mot neces...

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ECHOES FROM LONDON. They are me abstract and Brief chronicles of the time. LONDON, February 1. THE DEFAULTING SOLICITOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

^&Ss^n0M^'iMMi: They, are the abstract arid Brief chronicles of the time. LONDON,. February i. TIIE DEFAULTING SOLICITOUS. Another _ batch ' of 'defaulting' solicitors' havo received .' their sentences from, the court. Sismey and Arnold pleaded .guilty to the charge of converting trust moneys to tueir owa uses, -Arnold was -.shown 10, nave foeea guilty of heartless cruelty and Syste matic lying and deception in his operations, and Mr. Justice Mills avrarided ?lnm-'iteu years' penal servitude, remarking ancnt his counsel's 'speech for rne defence that it was jjemibious to suppose that the accused was less culpiblc befiiuse he hoped by speculat ing with clients' money to recover what he had already lost, and thus redeem his lia bility. Sismey, who had already been near ly nine months in prison, and who had' not occupied a fiduciary position, received a scn itcnoe «£ 15 months' with hard labour. ? ? A 'third delinquent n;iracd John Cirefeniield, who ptarfetl euilty to having mi...

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THE CODLIN MOTH. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

THE CODLIX MOTH. To the Editor. j Sir— Considering the anxiety- and activity t^- be seen in several of tlie other States of Australia to keep vuider.qf eradicate that irreat 'erieinv of t'lie orcha'rdist, the ' Gitiv pocaiisii Pcmenella, cr .Codljn .moth, I was s^irprised to ^ee. in 'The Register' of Feb mary 28 that- V reiiresenfcitire nieetini; of l(ruitgrowei'S had been held at XTraidla to bring pressure to bear on the Govern ijier-t- -to ... allotv-., -them.- --to. sell- ,inoth-. infected fruit. I hope tliat-.the.Gov: einrnent will piuii-e before l'ieinm'ing;: ari'v of tlie* ])i'e.?ent restrietipns iritended 'to*. pro- tect, ai growing' industry.1' ThVVgentlenieu' Who are agitating, admit thht'-:tne'5-e5i '.;S growing so much that 70 per cent, or their fruit was affected, arid if -their- ^request \vere- granted* their (luautity- of- infected fruit .-would be 'largely increased.-, -.'They would simply be scattering the ?mot'h broad cast. Some of the speakers at the inee.ting seem...

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A CHARGE OF DISCOURTESY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

A CHARGE OF DISCOURTESY. A correspondent writes:— 'An instaucfl of -what 1 consider official discourtesy which is not calculated to be a good ad vertisement for the colony nas come under my notice. Trooper Owen, of the Middle sex Volunteers, one of the Imperial repre sentative corps that were in Adelaide a few days ago, obtained his discharge from the corps, though not from his regiment, with the approval of the War Office,, for which Col. Wyndham had cabled, so that he might make a holiday tour of the East and America. Acting upon the -suggestion of friends in Adelaide, who thought thai as so much had recently been. done iu England to entertain Australian soldiers, some little courtesy might be shown to this one remaining representative of the Imperial corps, Trooper Owen applied to the Railways Commissioner for a railway pass to Melbourne. He was reluctant to do this because he is a man of, ' ample means, but yielded to the pressure of friends, who assured him that .Mr. Pcndle ton...

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

LOCAL' GOVERNMENT ASSO CIATION. A meeting of the Local Government As-oeution v.-iii Held in tlie tity Council c'luiuuc'r on-r'nuay n;urnin*r. .Mr. J. \\. Cairc, -Mayor or l'ort AOt l.iiui', jiresirted. 'Jim Lluirmau nas elected i ice-president, as re presenting tnc/inuiiicipil section, jnd the ilou: J. i.. Siirlnib', .MiL.C.v was appointed to a similar po etticii tor the district council section.— 1'he .cxecii ti've. committee or each sectitm was constuuicu us lo.lLtas:— Atiiniciiial section— Messrs!. J. W. Cairo (.chairman) j J. 11. Mattingly (Mayor ot Kensington ami Mbnvuofl))' I.1. U. HeiMJeck (jHayor ot -jjw.uij, A. Mjckic -.Mn^oi of I'nley), Guy. llulcomb \Maj or or Petersburg,), und W.*. might (Mayorof mnd luarsli). Wiilrict Council scctioii— Messrs. \V. names, J. 1'. Swann, \\. .Wilson, W. 1L Kinncy, and' J. K. liowcll.— rile, auditors, Messrs. U..M. Ucudcn ; and .H.J^ewis, were rc-clcctcd: ; . The statement of tinanccs presented by the trea surer, Mr. T. G. Kllcry was adopte...

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TO-DAY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

TO-DAYS SHOW: .The curtain will to-day be rung down on the autumn show, where an excellent pro gramme of holss*i iii action, will be, sub mitted. Tliefirst event is fixed for 1.2(1 p.m. and the last one for 5.30. The sec tions include ponies, single and double har ness and in saddle, heavy and light', and ladies' hacks, and single harness horses. ?The competition amongst the heavy-weight hunteis should be mest interesting, as Lubra,and Brooklass will. again fight their battle for supremacy in the high jump. Prim is said to be not unlikely to create a surprise. A 'novelty in four-in-hand teams will be introduced, and the ever-popular section fours for the military is on the pro gramme to cause excitement.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

Cures al! Diseases of the Skin Eczema, Salt-rheum, Tetter, Rashes, Pimplea, Packheads, Boils, Ulcers ''*ll Due to Impure Blooa Bead how t£is ^young girl was' cured with Ayer's Sarsaparil la 'Mrs. May Watson, 9 Kose Road, Surry Hills, Sydney, New So. Wales, sends tis the above photograph of her daughter, together with the following testi monial : . ~ -.-..... ? _ 'My daughter was suffering terribly from eczema on both her hands and feet I had tried many remedies without success. Kemembering I had received great help ftomDr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla myself, I began to give.it to my daughter, boon she sliowed signs of improvement, and:aftef taking a?few. bottles the'sbres disappeared and she is nowfree from the slightestsymptom Of the old complaint. 5-He is as fresh and healthy as any girl conld wish to be. This makes me strongly recommend this wonderful medicine to any one needing a good blood-purifier.'' Such cures always follow the use of. ....'..??-. t 'The World's Greatest Family Medic...

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THE REGISTER'S" MATERNITY HOME SHILLING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

'THE REGISTER'S' MATERNITY 1 HOMii SiHUlLNG- i'U^D: ??..,? - V :??;'?' - ? Shillings- Lady Tennyson ...... .... ? '.. .'. iw» Ilia Hcnor the Chjef Justice tnd Lady, ; . Way : ? ;. .. .. .. .. '?. .. 600 Proprietors of 'The Register' ? .. .-.-.. .. 200 ilr. and .Airs, William Munord ? 100 The Archbishop (Most Kev. John O'Heily) .. 100 Lord Kichard Nevill .. .. .*. .... .. .. .. 60 Stock Exchange' Festivities (per. A. S.. Fotheringham ? ...- .. SO Father ot Five .... .. .. .. .. .. '.. .. .. 2i Mrs.' Denycr ..?...:-;?...?.. .. ;.'.. .. 5W. Eiperance ? ...... .. .... 29 b'atuer of Seven ? .. 7 A. H., 5/; M. E. S., 5/; E. B.. 3/; Father ?t Three, 3/; and Father of Three, 3/; 'Father of Two,' 2/; Mother of Nine, 2/ .. J3 G. Wood.bon, & Co ? .. £00 Lt. Humphrey Marten .. .. ., i. ? 420 G. J. K. Murray .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ? 200 Lady Bray ? .. 105 Mrs. Humphrey Marten '..'.'. .. .. .'.''.. .. 103 Balance of Ouecn'a Wreath Fund, 9/; J. W. .0., 10/; Muses Tilly, 10/6; Ernest lienda, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

Sf EVENSGN IROS5 2Q, RXJlNrDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. ^ :f -7. GREAT SALE. GREAT SALE of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Silverplate. & Spectacles. Most Beautiful and Charpiing Novelties of the Latest and Most Fashionable D'esigri3, suitable for WEDDING PRESENTS' AND BIRTHDAY GIFTS. .: You can save 25 to 50 per cent, throuffh BUYING DIRECT from the Importers and Manufacturers. OoUBir Brooch,, BeUPen-dant, 21s. . /^ . Oold Wgger'-i Brooch with Bucket Pendant. SU. Gold Links, I5t. ^9' ' h ' ' Gold Ll k !v/ ' , ,.,,,. j./; ; Oold^h^B^with Bel. Pendant. | --- - -''' ^ * ' ^MT|ri^i» '^ .; ' ^«. ^ «d^ ? ? Hea^dXir^J^ Plain Gold Brooch, fig. Sd. l?.-t «d. . 12s. 6d. . *v * - ' ') ' - ' ?- ? '-. : are admitted to be -heb«t value in Adelaide. For quality and finish they cannot be surpassed. Each ring ii '''' ''™=^~^^^^™^^^ , ? ^^ ffm^SB^^fB^ ^SSlZ^^^^Sm .; rtamped ' STEVENSON, 18-ct.' Keeper Bings to match .the Wedding Hincs at the same price*. .' ? &'« ^'m. md Ms. M d&E&a...

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ENGLISH SPORTING NEWS. LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

fiNGLlSH^HOllTK® NEWS. [From our o-ni-Corresponili-ht.] LOXDOX, Fcbnian- 1.. Miirc news fromT.om'JJtlrfbws-.iS'tp lianu, ;:inu as usual of tlie \ ehociy-undor-tlifficulf ies stairip. He-writes fronrl'lat'BcrR.'Cani'p,' Haitismith, under date Chri?tmas Day, -and says that- although the Boera Jiave heen ''scattered,'.'. maUers-arc still, far from comfortable. Twice' oi lite', while /out on patrol duty he was- caught in tremendous .showers, which brought cn'ii.i-cVere attack of rheumatisin. 'MV Christmas -dinner t-May,';iie goes on to say, 'did not run into two figuros as ''regards 'courses, consisting as it did of a bit of trek ox, born, 1 shculri say, about the .time o'il Kruger first saw the light; srill, it was enjuyeil, .ami I 'drank. the health of all friends in Kngland— in coffee! 1 hope to have thc;&6od luck1 to' get; back safe and aound'to the old coiintrj-.' * * ' ??/ ; ?- ' '? ? a. In ccmmenting'on the unknvnow' firmly cemented between Englanjand the' colonies a lead...

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"THE MUSINGS OF A MUSICIAN." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

'?THE-MUSiyC'S ''OP A 'VKJSldlAN.' To 'the:. -Editor'; ? Sh-— Amoiifist Mr. '.Krycijson.. TreEiirne's flowers of rhetoric: I- l}aV(;;'.I_' thinki found a ; soiled .-.bud. ' He'quote3J'frpm - Shelley — '?When-; the .jvinds^ire breathinc'low. and the stars'* are aWning; bright.'*' ..The- com nion; and I ??believe 'the correct,1 rehderins is ?'burning bright1*— a much- more forcible expression .? . ,1 n. his ''latest . outpouri ng Mr. 'Frel&rnc -VnoniTis; ? over i- '-.the :r: 'difficulty of Beii^lneph'ereriti but let Jiijuitake courage ?'-^hiarpa'&t'-efforts'-'liaye proved that he is a fit1' and proper person to bc'-iiclmitted to the. dfigrcje* of .Maatcrof Lneoherencyi ''vith j'rst-class' lionoursl Joking _apart, it is a 1« tv; t'JVit';Mr. ?;' 'Treharric's -otherwise ex ?eeijcht' articles 'slxoiild ? be niSrired by such niin^cessa'rily 'far-fetched* ^.** words -17 and phra'pcs.-r .' 'liunic ? stupidity*'* ;aixl 'a-byssic ijino.ranee,' for.'*. institnee,- may be ihtelli...

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THE COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 9 March 1901

fHIC COilMOXWEALTII ELECTIOXS. To the Editor. Sir.T-YeJterday 1 ?tr.ivellcd'.'sixteen miles to. hear three eaildidates I'or the, .Senate, an.d.;7li.--tene(l to .«'?? learned .disquisition; von nivnstitutinnnl .law liv tlic .Kriiffhfc of I'tousliani place. Sir Ricliard's objection to 'anything'- in -the. shape of a land' tjx is well known, and .he could not let the oc casion pass without- a; kick at the single taxer, wKo:n lie denounced as a foolish fa natic; '''Then' he proceeded to say that each indrvidutl wKoejaimed a vote. should con tribute 'toward.* the revenue. ? Now, the creed of the single-taser is that not only every elector should- pay taxes, but that every elector-should pay in proportion to the henetithe or sh-2 receives from the re venue.; The knight's x-vident belief is that if the taxes were iri'iiosed entij'el.v on land valucs^only .those p.ayjng directty into ? the -Treasury.';. would t'bev taxpayers. This 19 a '?iiipjd].hilief.'. 'If^all^Cuf'tonVs* duties were aUo'...

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