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

Tn flii» VJMnr Sir— 'Plum' says 'the regulations are to be denounced as worthless, which is in accuracy No. 1, as I stated that we. were in favour of scraranc. bandiiciivr. anil niL-kinir up infected fruit, not by compulsion, but to benefit ourselves. Secondly, it is reasonable to enquire when Government experts, with t-ha public purse to aid them, cannot exter minate the pest, how is- it possible for a man whose. living depends upon tlie sale of his applets, three-parta of which he is pro hibited .from selling, to cope with such a task? We are not all cureless, and surely three or four years' experimenting and con sequent Joss are ample ? trial. As regards the export trade, my experience of that in clude.* ? London, Hamburg, : South Africa, and. Java, and the result after allowing for extra time, packing, grading, and inciden tal charge?', if home markets bare 5s. per ease. To get 100 bushels of perfect fruit in stringybark country, where scale and crack are. prevalent, with codlin...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CODLIN MOTH. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

'THE CODLIN MOTH. Tn.«iP T3ilitor. . Sir— What does this agitation regarding codlin moth amount to? Shortly, it means that a section of the growers, led by a one timp nrominpnt/ lptrislator. desire the richt to take hard-earned money irom the con suming public without giving a full equiva lent. It is a' frequent occurrence for the housewife to be shown some nice apples, a price is quoted, and a sale is ellected. On the fruit being examined it- is found to be badly infested, and the purchaser is dis gusted. It is a stock argument that these wormy apples and pears are sold cheaply, thus enabling the poor people, who know its imperfections, to obtain fruit, but even the poor are deceived, as not one in twenty \yho buys the fruit is aware of its condi tion.' How many of the growers would ac cept a regulation to allow of the sale of this fruit under its correct description .of ''wormy,'- and. how many would buy fruit labelled -'wormy.' Not many, I think; and yet, . to be consistent, the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

ROWING. Tlie Association Champion Eights. — At a committee mretinp lield on Mondav the fol lowing entries were received for tlie * Champion Eight-oar Race -to bo rowed on tlie Port Uivcr on next Saturday:— Port Adelaide Club-.l. I-. Irvine (bow), 10 St.; O...T. Woolridge (2). 10 St.; ?J; U. Playfair (3), 10 at. 10 II..; J. K. Walker (4), 12 Bt 7 lb.; ,1. McKenzic (5), 13 st.; \\. Aber neathy (0). 11 st. 6 lb.; W. B. Walker (T), 10 st. 2 lb.; J.- II. Clnuston {stroke), 10 St.; and \V. Sweeney (eox). Mercantile Club— L. Young (bow), !1 st. 2 lb.; E. A. Woolridge 2). !) st 3 lb.; II. Linnet (3), 3 st;; A. Conolly (4). 10 st. 5 lb.; \V. Almond fa), 11 st. 5 Hi.; J. Reynolds (6), .'? .st. 6 lb.; N'. Ross (7), 10 st. 4 lb.; A. Hobs ! (stroke), 11 st. 2 lh.; and T. C. Kellctt (cox)., ' The following officials -were appointed to carry out the ? arrangements:— Sub-committee— -Messrs. J: J. -Walsh, C. Kellett, and-S. Jackman; JudKe, .Mr. R.Playlair;; Starter, Mr. J. l'layfair; Um pire, Mr. a ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FEDERAL TARIFF. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE FEDERAL TARIFF. To the Editor. Sir— Leing unable to refute a plain stale-: ment of facts made in unmistakable lan guage, Mr. David Williams writes rambling Iv of'ha'ir-sulittine.'. 'auibhlinir.' &r.. nf which, his letter is a champion example., There is no difference between us as to the meaning of the words '?'merged' and 'dis- solved,' and. 'nothing 'depends upon their application.' I made two distinct asser tions which are absolutely true and cap able of proof. Mr. Williams has attempiod to evade the first by an incomprehensible tangle of words and baseless insinuations, and to tire, second has replied not at all. By calling the -'South' Australian Free trade Association 'the old' and the Aus- . tralian 'the new,' he tries, to create the im pression that they are somehow connected, and that one has died, leaving tlie other ?as its heir. Neither is old. The first is a 'South' Australian association ; on liberal lines; the second a mere branch of an Aus tralian associat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

t.ivn sales Messrs. F. J. Bottihg & Co. report having sold :»y auction, at their mart on Monday, March 4, by order of the Public Trustee, the following proper Nixon, deceased.— (1) Eastwood— Part Allotment So. 31. liaving a frontage of 16 ft. 8 in. td street, on which is erected cottage of three roonis, lately occupied by Mrs. Nixon; £90. Re Seymour Pank, deceased.—' (2) Henley Beach— Allotment- No. -190, having a frontage of 50 ft. to Crcwe street by a depth of 130 ft.; £15. Re Mary A. Snutch, de ceased.— (4) Hackney; Park strcet-^Part Lot No. 11: having a frontage of 67 ft. by a depth of 181 ft. deepening to 193 ft., together with two well-built semi-detached dwelling houses, ^acli con wining five rooms and outhouse, tank, fruit trees, Ac; £450. Re Henry Mosedale, deceased.— (5) Hackney, Park street— Part Lot No. 11, having a frontage of -38 ft. by a depth of 250 ft., together with well-built de tached dwelling house of six rooms, verandah front and back, outhouses, stable...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN itARKETS. MKT.R(MTIL\'E. Marcli 5. Wheat was steady to-day with a good demand for prompt shipping parcels at;2/8J, on which basis moderate business was done. Bran commanded 91(1. to 9Jd. Good to prime, malting barley realized 3/ to »/:(. Algerian oats were soia at »»sii«.y easier prices, ordinary feed at 1/4J to 1/5, good feed at 1/fi. millinB at l/fij, extra, prime milling at 1/7, and stout white at 1/$} to 1/10. Maize was dull at 2/fl. Chaff was worth from 40/ to 52/0. I'rime Oippsland potatoes were sold at from £3 to £3 10/. Onions moved off at £4 15/ to £5. Business in iea. covered 125 packages of Ceylon up to 1/1, and 70 chests of Indian at 51d^ to 8d. Salt fish t-ontinued in (rood demand. Tartaric add fetched 'l/OJ to 1/1. Ckirnsacks changed hands at 5/1 f.o.b. Good business was done in. tencinp wire. A line of 100 boxes I.C. coke tin plates was sold.. Kerosine was in moderate de mand at lOd. find 500 case lots on spot and 9Jd. to 0 7-Sd. to arrive. '

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRADE AND FINANCE. MAIL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

TltADE AND' FINANCE. HAIL SUMMARY. The. most important development of the *veck has been, the bounteous rains in the far northern areas. Patchy but heavy rains culminated . fin . Kat.iirH:iv in a cnlpmlirl downpour, extending up past Oodnadatta and both to the north-east arid north west. Floods ?were reported in many parts and advices state that the best fain hat fallen for years over a great extent of pas toral country. The whole of the north west country from Port Augusta particlpat ed, the fall at Oakden Hills, in the Mounl Gunson district, registering 5 in. This i: extremely gratifying to those engaged in pastoral, pursuits, the outlook being brigh ter than it has been for a long period. Mie rains that fell in the earlier part ol last week had already brought on feed tplendidly, and, augmented as it was by Sa turday's fall, a good Jambing is almost as sured in those districts which participated. CJenerally speaking the week just ended has not shown any great commercial activity....

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AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. WELLINGTON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. WELLINGTON, March o. It has been decided to increase the seventh .New Zealand contingent for service in Soutli Africa from 320 to 500 men.

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A LIBERAL LEADER'S OPINIONS. London, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

A LIBERAL LEADER'S OPINIONS. London. March 4. Sir Henry ' Campbell-Bannerman, Leader of the Opposition in the House of Commons, speaking at Oxford on the South African question, admitted that it was essential that some form of provisional or temporary govern ment, possibly military, should precede the establishment of representative in stitutions in the annexed Boer terri tories. It was also imperative that the burghers should be restored to their farms and given pecuniary assistance to enable them to start afresh.

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TROUBLE AT ST. HELENA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

TROUBLE AT ST. HELENA. Writing under date of January 5 Reu ter's agent at St.' Helena reports as fol lows: — There has been serious trouble anionir the West India tronns stationed here. A row took place on New Year's night between a few of the sailors from K.AI.S. Thetis and some of the West India soldiers, in which one of the latter got worsted, and pvas sent to the hospital. While u concert, given by the' peop's of the Thetis in aid- of a local charity was being held the following evening a' num ber of the West India soldiers raided the town with clubs and razors tied tq sticks. Numbers of the inhabitants were injured, several women were beaten, one had an eye knocked out, and a man had the base of bis skull fractured. Some children at the concert hall were injuied by cuts from the razors. Twelve sailors were more or les.s seriously injured. The men broke out of barracks, and the efforts of their of ficers to get. them back were futile. Strong pickets were brought ashore from the ...

Publication Title: Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. THE NEGOTIATIONS FOR PEACE ENGLAND'S DEMANDS. London, March 4. Received March 6, 2.45 a.m.] [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE TRANSVAAL CAMPAIGN. L'HE NEGOTIATIONS FOR PEACE ENGLAND'S DEMANDS. London. March 4. [Received March 6, 2.45 a.m.] [BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. The 'Daily Express' states that-Lord Kitchener has allowed Gen. Louis Botha, the Commander-m-Chief of the Transvaal forces, to inform exPresi dent Kruger that all sides desire peace. London, March 5. The Brussels correspondent of the 'New York Tribune' reports that Mr. Kruger is informed that the' selfcon stituted Boer 'Executive Council,' which meets at Pietersburg, in northern Transvaal, authorized Louis Botha to capitulate on the following terms:—!. That all prisoners of war held by the British be liberated. 2. That all Dutch rebels be granted free pardons, a. That the Boer territories be allowed semi-independence^ under the crown. 4. That Boers and relwls who have been deprived of property should have it restored to them. The correspondent learns that Lord Kit chener was willing to agree to the terms, but that the British Government would...

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AN APPEAL TO RUSSIA. London, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

AX APPEAL TO RUSSIA. London. March 4. Mr. Kruger has communicated witn the Czar of IJussia, urging that the principles of the Hague Peace Conven tion should bft nnnlicd to the settlement of the South African trouble. In: reply the Russian G(m:rninent reminded Mr. Kruger that he himself began tlie war by invading British territory.

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THE AUSTRALIANS. London, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

THE AUSTRALIANS. London, March 3. Lieut. A. E. Benson, of Kitchener's Scouts, formerly of the New South Wales busliineu, was »wouuded near liichmond; in the north of Cape Colony, )ii Wednesday, aud died from his injuries two days afterwards.

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BRITISH SUCCESSES. London, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

BRITISH SUCCESSES. l^ondon, March 3. Col. J. M. Babington's troops have unearthed » Krupp gun, a Vickers Maxini pom-pom, ami some ammuni tion which the Boers had buried at Zandfontein. Col. Dartnell has captured a Hotch kiss gim from the enemy near IMet Ketlef, in the south-eastern Transvaal. A Boer commandant and 50 burghers in the vicinity of that town surrender ed to the British on Saturday.

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

PRESENTATION. The employes of Mr. S. Strapps, . Cnrrie street, met at the works on Friday evening to bid fare' well to one ol their number— Mr. Frank G. Law tfin— on the eve of his denarture for Emrland. lr. strapps, in proposing? me nemn ot tneir epartins friend, on bebalf of himself and the em iloyes presented him with a writing case as a oken of their respect and esteem, and 'Wished lim every, success in his future career. Mr. J. I. Horwood and Mr. II. Spafford also made non Tatulatory remarks. Mr. Frank Lawtpn suitably cplied.

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IS THERE PROTECTION TO SUGAR REFINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

IS THERE PROTECTION TO SUGAR TtTOTNTNG IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA? Tn t.he Mrhtor gir—^Vhen Mr. Amgston m tne town hall to-night ridiculed my statement that there is not and never was a 'protective' dutv on suaar in South Australia, he either ivisnen to misieau tne people 01 xvueiaiuc jr he is ignorant of the working of his own department. If he wuTrefer to the 'Sta- tistical Register' for 1898 he will find that there were 29S.612J cwt.' of sugar entered for home consumption, and that a duty of 3s. per cwt. was paid en every hundred iveiizkt of it, the gross amount of the duty received being £44,791 18s. 3d. If Mr. Kingston can disprove my statement tihat there is not and never was '.'protection' to sugar in South Australia I will forfeit £5 to the Children's Hospital. It will perhaps make the matter clearer if I point out that the same rate of duty, viz.. 3s. per cwt., is levied on all sugar entered for home con sumption in South Australia, whether raw or refined, and that there is absolut...

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ALLS AND DIVIDENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

ALIJ3 AND DIVIDENDS. CALLS. Due February 1, 1901. Adelaide, Unley, and Mitcbam Tramway' Company (new issue) ? ..0 2 t Due February 6, 1901. Ibrcoola South Proprietary Gold Mines , (3rd) ? .. ? .. 1 0 '0 Due February 13, lflOL Boulder Consols No. 1 CM. Co. (10th) .. 0 0 3 Mount Gunson Proprietary M. Co. (3rd) .. 0 0 6 South Lake Tin and G.M. Co. (lit) .... 0 1 C Waira Warra Proprietary Copper . Mines (15th) .. .. ? 0 0 1 Bonnie Charlie G.M. Co. (14th) ? 0 0 8 Heeler's Eureka G.M. Co. (37th) .; .. ..- 0 0 U New Mount flrainger Gold Mines (3rd.) 0 0 0 North Central Broken Hill S.M. Co. (2Ut.) 0 0 1 Warrior 'Mendes G.M. Co. (21st) ? 0 0 3 White Feather Main Reef South G.M. Co., ' (9th) ? .. .. ? '.. .. .. .'. .. 0 0 1 Brown HiU Junction G.M. Co. (loth) .. 0 0 3 Croesus Proprietary G.M. Co. (12th) .. .'. 0 0 a New Guinea Mining and Prospecting Syn dicate (4th) .. .. ? ..'...*.' .... 0 1 0 Leigh's. Creek Coal Mining Co: (27th) ..00? Woodlark lvanhoe G.M. Co. (4th) .... 0 0 S Wilgena Assoc...

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AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. MELBOURNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

?AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS. MELBOURNE. Marcli 5. Ihe question having been raised as to the position in the railway service of those em ployes who are serving in South Africa, Mr. Mathieson stated to-day that the places of those Avho had joined distinctly Vic torian contingents Avould be kept open for them, but those Avho had joined Imperial corps or the Marquis of. Tullibardinc'a Re giment had been called on to resign.

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KANAKA MURDERERS. BRISBANE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

KANAKA MURDERERS, URTRRAVK \I.nv.l, ?; Three kanakas were at TownsA'ille to-day tried on a charge of having murdered an old man at Ayr, in northern Queensland. They were found guilty, and sentenced to death. ? _? ?

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BULLION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 6 March 1901

BULLION RETURNS. ' Tindall's CoolEardie.-7-Clcaa-up for February, 823 .tons, for 130 oz. of gold. ' '?'!'? '?f^. Premier. — Crushing for February:— 1,500 tons rfoi COO 07., cyanide 50' oz. indicated; total for month, C50IOZ.

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