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SHOT BY A FANATIC. AMERICAN TOURISTS WOUNDED. VANCOUVER, March 11 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

> *(4-. ' - 8HJ>T BY A FANATIC, AJIERICAX TOUBIStfS WOUNDED. VANCOUVER. March 31 A sensational shooting aSair is stated to liave taken place at the Mosque o£ Omar. A party of American tourists who 'were visiting there were attacked and fired upon by an Egyptian fanatic, wife the result that Mise Natalie Maurice sad Mr. Wallace Parker were wonnded.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DAISY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

DAISY; PBODUCE MARKETS. Thyer, WiQoox, & Co. report on March 11 :-r Batter, at aaatioh.—Prime factory 1/li to 1/3 i .choicest jjrpnratotS/ to 1/ &gE.—Fresh hen, 1/1 dozen; "axels", graded, 1/2. Cheese.—Best factory makes, fid. to' 7d. Bacon.—Factory-cured sides, Bid. to 3d.; bains, T1H. ^ • Honey.—**■ extracted, 23<L to 3d.' • Almondt—Brandis, 7d.; -fceroels, 1/5. ' Adelaide drilled Butter and Produce Company, limited.—Adelaide, March 11;— ■; Butitr.r-ltte wonderfully genial » weather Cumulated consumption,. and with a; general /sbrmkftge-aJL -xouhd in supplies, market firmed. TWwmtwri ytrirw^ptPy, few* ', fthnice factory brands, escalators amrdairies in short supply, with ac tive enquiry. ' .Stores ^nd collectors' plentiful ■and irtegolar in quality. By auction, . A.Cm. creamezy and good to choice factory'prints 1/1" to 1/3; ordinary fac trries, prime dairies, and separators," U£d- to 1/2; lair dairies 3d. to 10ii; stores and collectors*, 8tL to lOid.' Eg...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROBABLE COAL STRIKE. 240,000 MINERS AFFECTED. VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

PROBABLE GOAL STRIKE. 240,000 MINERS AFFECTED. VANCOUVER. March LL It is "stated in Chicago that .if a gene ral strike ot mine workers in the bitu minous coalfields, whigh are in, the rni&cQe of the West Ohio' River districts, iK jcailed for in Aral, according to etrooafes made by the union leaflets 24fljflp0 minersw«3t out.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE FRUIT SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THE FRUIT SEASOK. There is much disappointment amongst prchardists fa-the Aagaston district this season owiog~-to-shippers requiring them to j>icik their apples for export about three weeks before Sliey were ready, as it is «xpected that s^h green fruit trill shrivel and arrive in London and else where in an. ."unsatisfactory condition, which growers claim is likely to-do the industry' more harm than good. . The reason for this, they say, is the desire on thepart of'-the: buyers. to get the .first shipment on.ihe-jrorld's market as early as possible, the early consignments being as a rale most profitable. The chief rea son, tiowewer, is the fact that shippers have .to secure space long before thefruit season, ,and are often considerably out in judging the time the' first friut' "will be ready for export. The 'season' being somewhat later than usual,this year there is no alternative, buttosend the fruit a little gceen, or pay for empty space. It is, iiowtiver. math to "be tjegrett...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICAN TOBACCO TRUST. REPORT FOR 1909. NET EARNINGS, £54,000,000. VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

AMERICAN TOBACCO TRUST. REPORT FOR 1909. NET EABSUfGS, £M,OTOjOOO. VANCOUVER, March IX. xne American. tobacco Company has made public its annual report for 1909, shows, that the company daring ttae; year earped Ij0£ per cent. on common stock. ' The,. net earnings of the trust were' £54,000,000, which, after deductions and preferred stock dividends, left a balance o£fe*,000s000.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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MAGISTRATES' COURT, UNLET. Friday, March 11. (Before Messrs. W. Dring and G. Prout) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

MAGISTRATES* COURT, UNLET. Friday, March 11. (Before Xeesrs. W. Dring1 and G. ProutO H. Wnm, of Kuigsst-ood, was fined 10/, xeixh 35, ooBls for having a Mowed 5 cow to stray or the Crone loads, MaKnem. Thomas Speck, of Essex ctneet, kiodwoad, w&s fined 10/, \pifch 15/ caste, 'or having kept an um-egi&iered dog Mr .K. H. LatbJean appeared for the informant, Irjfpettor SnniTKitg. of the Cniey Corporajion. Charles Raynor <32), of Compton avenue, East Ham, was remanded, charged with stealing a black pearl pin, worth £60, from Mt. John Jameson, of Cadogan place, S.W. The pin has not been re covered. F<?r stealing cartridges from the gun room at Theobald's Park, Wallham Cross (the residence of Lady Menx>, George Stone, for 19 years a Great Eastern Bail xnly guard, was fined 20/, or 1? days at Cheshinrtu A man named Ashton Hayes, wbo lived £k)t>e, anft had worked for 60 yeara at- the Btmcoen Docks for the Bridge* ater trus tees &ad the Sh...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THREATENED GENERAL STRIKE. UNIONS WANT ARBITRATION. VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THREATENED GENERAL STHtKE. EJETQISS WAlfT A&BUBAXION. VANCOCTVEB, Maxell U. in connection with the projected gene ral labor strike in empathy wfiJb the fhilari^phifl.^strikers the. strike commit tee has been empowered to xeqoest Pre-; aide&t Taft and Senators Boies, Petrose, Oliver,; and Governor Stuart to get them I to iifie their best efforts to compel arbi [ tratkm in the trouble | within lQ-dgys, | The. spread of a general strike through. : the.Staies Is to ja "wide extent considered I a distant possibility. To-morrow- the I buetftess men of Philadelphia will make j another attempt to'lwrQg about a sdtie-' merit

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE SUPPLY. "SHABBY TRICK." LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THE SUPPLY. "SHABBY- TRIGK." LONDON, March XL The action of the House of Commons 111 asking for a six weeks' Supply insteadiof the six,months* vote Is stigmatised l)y members of the House , of Lords as a.-ehabby. triek, inasmuch as .it. prevents the TTpger Chamber from precipi&tizig another election. '

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NAVY ESTIMATES. INCREASE OF £5,000,000. VESSELS UNDER CONSTRUCTION. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

MVY EST1M31S. J IKCEEASEOP- £5,000,OWL VESSELS tJIJBEB CONSTRUCTION.' XiONDOlI. • March il. The British Navy- Estimates for 191D were issued yesterday: - 33»ey ' provide, for the expenditure of £40,603,700, -which Is aninerease of £5,000,000 over last year. The increase will .be earmarked for'the armamenti authorised fay Parliament be fore -dissolving, .... ..... _; . " The prograiimeprovidesfor five large armored ships, five protected cruisers, 20 destroyers, and a considerable number of submarines. By the beginning of next month 7 battleships, 3 armored, 9 protected, and 2nnannored cruisers, 37 destroyera, and 9 submarines will be under <x>nstruction for Jiie British Nayy. ' : /

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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COLONIAL DREADNOUGHTS NOT IN CLUDED. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

COLONIAL DEEA.DNOtJGHTS NO® 'Df ; ■ CLliOED. . _.v ". LONDON, atarch 31. tt is stated that .. the colonial B®ead noughts aienot included in the aaval es timates. x

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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GERMAN INFLUENCE ON ESTIMATES. CHANCELLOR'S FRIENDLY SPEECH. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

. GEBMAN IKFJAjENCE ON .. •' .. -'j: ■ €H&XC£UiOB'£ FRBSIfJJLX -S&EEQjS. IjONDOK.Marchll. It^ is: questioned in fjim&onJ Vhetliet the.etateinentin&tle by the German S3haii cplkjr (Dr. "Von Bethmaimrtlollwegj, in the Beifihstag, haEjnfiijenced-lfce British naval estimates. - The^ .statement wie to tbe effectihatthefennannaval increase ieijotbeiitg zoadeonaJwraimtoE^ahyfiffiire relations witli Britain, bat solely for pro tecting' the German Sea coast and com merce. The First Lord oT "the Admiralty hasie plied to tbfe statement that the tones of the. German Premier are appre ciated." - ... .

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EXILED FOR LIFE. WOMAN REVOLUTIONARY SENTENCED. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

WGMAX EEVOLUTIONASY SENTENCED. LONDON, March 13. Though Madame Breshkovsky, who was! recently tried, for being connected with certain revolutionary organisations inSt. I^Cfersbuig, has been sentenced to per petual exile, ehe has escaped, hard iabor. This, her counsel considers, is a victory, as esUes can be Very comfortable if money, is forthcoming from their friends.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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BONDS OF EMPIRE. A LOYAL MAYOR. VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

BONDS OF EMjPip. A LOYAL MAYOR. | VANCOUVER. March 11. Speaking at the South African cam paigners' banquet last night, the Mayor of Westminster (Mr. Lee), a town near Tan couver, said that King Edward's name would never be dragged in the mire, nor would the glories of the Empire fade so long as Australia, Canada, and Bhodesia Iliad anis to lift. "■ . In honoring the toast of the Empire, Australia was espepially mentioned, and any reference to the Commonwealtti was! greeted with enthusiastic cheering. j

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WALL COLLAPSES. THREE MEN KILLED. SEVEN OTHERS INJURED. VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

WALL COLLAPSES. temee men killed. seven others IiN.n3E.ed. vavrnnvkr. m*mh n | Oil Tuesday a fire occurred at some 'bolt works at Laaz, Pittsburg, and alter the ashes bad cooled down, men were j employed to clear the debris away. While :they were thus engaged a wall collapsed, | killing three of them and seriously injur ing seven. Altogether 20 were buried in [the debris.

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AMERICAN MINERS STRIKE. 3000 MEN OUT. 15,000 MORE EXPECTED. VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

AMERICAN MINERS' STRIKE. 3000 MEN" OUT. 15,000 MORE EXPECTED. VANCOUVER. March 11. News has been received from Q ueens - burg, Pennsylvania, that 303C miners [from eight mines in Westmoreland i County went on strike to-day after a mass meeting. The Miners' Organisation asserts that 'there will be-15,000out to-morrow.

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EMPIRE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

EMPIREJTHEATEE. . At tne timpire xneatre to-nignt there will be a doable change of programme. The Prottons will present another new and startling act. - Hiss Brigbiae : Smith will be heard in new songs of special in terest. and Messrs. Morcljssey and Alton will do some- more -of their clover stock whip, lasso, and' sbarpshooting work Messrs. Delevale and' Gilbert will pre sent new and original, burlesqne sketches and the fiose sisters will submit, a selec tion of duets and dances. Miss Lily Voekler will be beard in new songs. In Mr. W. T><?vereux, and Mr. Boy Hene addition 3tr. H. Sadler, Miss Stella field, will contribute new Seats. A series of npw pictures on-the miorama will make up the evening's entertainment. A ra tional conceit will be beld sit this theatre tCKcnorrow evening.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENTERTAINMENTS. WEST'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

ENTEBTilMENTS. ' WEST'S PICTtTRES To-night at West s Olympia there will be' a complete change of programme, and l&vers of moving pictures can rely on getting more than a fair share -of amuse ment, combined with instruction. .The star picture will be Micro-Cinemato graphy, or The Sleepng Sickness pic iotSly illustrated. In this will be Been t^e process o£. inoculating a rat with the Weeping sickness germ, and in a mag nified drop of the rat's blood will , be s<aen the germs'"at war with the blood: corpuscles. . Another interesting picture jrili be TheFloods in Paris," which will giye the audience a splendid idea' ofthe recent, inundation .of the gay city. The humorous side 'of life'.will-. not be . for gotten, and numerous" travel subjects ;will be' dealt with on tbe' ecreen..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

LION BREWING GO. BEST ALES AMD STOUT, and all TOHIC -ALE6 in all Hotels. Tiy onr SNOW Y. Try om GINGER STOET Try our FEUITEX. Tiy-our LEMONADE. ■ *nrf***^TlTTl~Tl11

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SEEKING MARKETS. MAJOR NORTON'S MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

MA30B. yOKBOiihB apssios. ■rjaatipr A, ■£. *JiB tnrned-on Frida^ moaB^iiwm a *»nr jn?rint^ifanfrm atc jfagt , JSiJs *jljjtects?BB toopen ^ aw mwTt^ -fac ^gth Ans traliiuQ produce, jytfBg well sndasriMdty l::-!yCsD. you *dl job anything pbout yoia: tripF'-fiBked the representative of 'The "-^-iSfc^cL?•_ ■■ s-.:i ■•■- .: ..■ ,wlw.i«s a&ed ." •CTs'^he jjsply. ^in ^icpae:fiiE^ »nC _J-iFas on; W titem ^I'toamile ttoe Teplytbat 1 Most repeat to ^on. I c^ »^ jib®ii^Cin l5^^d to the teeriWe-ofTOy rtq» -mftfl thr Mirgytft of igncDttuie hasfaad my repbrL Imt other -OB'ifeai point' lflri}l«tiBW,er *i£h plfeaBnre," .' ^. j &*#•' - - ■ ' I I# ia] t $,'p«^3— i •"i»rs of.CpBupsrc6i ep$ tt^ptiiici ..... whSeb yon *31 Irtjcr j&but 'stated ite snajpr* aeif; to ward fW onweJeorae qoesiion, which, ae a otfact, hBjsmJdiaan fawi heady. mi%Hne. I went to Hongkong, «id *0 Bhinghair Ai tfee latter place ®dlthe BrwW«nt jo{ tt»C|iam srce &nd a amnber of mer- ■ Chinese and Europ...

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PHICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

PHICES. wheat. — Farmers' price, 3/J1 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide. Floor-—City brands (delivered), £10 per ton; country brands, £9 25/ per ton. Bran.—l/0i per bushel delivered Ade laide. Pollard.—1/2^ per busbel delivered Ade- ■ laide. Algerian Oats.—1/9 per busheion trucks or afloat Port Adelaide. Barley.—Cape, 2/3 to 2/5 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide; malting, 2/6 to 3/6 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide. Butter (at auct>on>.—1/2 to -1/3 for fac tory, 1/i t'i 1/1 f — separator. • Eggs (at auction).—Fresh (guaranteed), 1/1". duck eggs, 1/2. , Cheese (at auction).—5j,d. to 65 d. per 11}. Bacon <at auction):—Prime factory cured, 7£d. to 8id.; hams, 9d. to 10£d. Honey (at auction).—23-d- to 3d. per lb. Almond® (at auction).—Brandis, 7d. per lb. Cornsacks.—On spot, 4/9 per dozen on trucks Port Adelaide. . Whea'tn Hav.—£L 2/6 to £2 5/ per ton for oen sheaved delivered Adelaide. . WTie itei. Chaff.—£/ tb £3 7/6 "per ton of 2240 lb. (bags included), on trucks...

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