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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
A LETTER TO SUPPORTERS OF "THE HERALD." S3 and 54 Hindley St., Adelaide. Ladies and Gentlemen— We congratulate you upon your enter prise in establishing "The Daily Herald." We trust that your efforts will meet with everybody's approval, that the paper will be in every way a success. In fact, we hope it will be equalas popular as "Our Fampus Low Prices" are, from which we -have sained our reputation. When we ■ speak of "Low Prices" we mean not merely "Low Prices," but the Lowest Prices for the "Best Articles," and we feel . confident that through- the- agency of ^ "The Daily Herald" our "Famous Low . Prices" will be more popular and wide known than* ever. Again wishing • you every success and awaiting your orders, which' wc can as . sure you will receive our best attention, We are, ^ Yours faithfully, JAMES SMITH & CO., General Drapers, Bootmen, ~&c. ■ From the Proprietors of " The Famous Low-Priced Stores."
PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
PRICES. | Wheal.—3/114 to 4/ per bushel on track | Per. Adelaide for farmers' lots. Floor.—Trading city brands,' £10 per ton; country brands, £9 15/ 'per ton de. livered in city. Bran.—1/0j per bushel delivered Ade laide. Pollard.—1/lj per bushel delivered Add liide. Algerian Oste—1/10 to 1/10J per bosheS on tracks or afioat Port Adelaide. Barley.—Cape, 2/3 to 2/5 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide: English, 2/6 to 3S per bnsBrl
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
COMMERCIAL. , Business on Saturday vss not charac-. terised by much activity. The large num ber of country visitors in thecity giving a: holiday appearance rather than adding much to the volume of business. The general subject of. conversation was the splendid rainfall experienced throughout the State, and speculation v.as rife as to the character of the weaiher to follow tits break up of summer. In grain wheal was easier in sympathy with the lower markets reported from London. Oats were steady at late rates. Offal remained firm vrith^ood demand. Hour was duIL Wheat.—The London market was repor ted dull and inactive with large offers from^-Bussia and Argentine, in oonee' quence of which the local market wac easier in tone, and buyers did not evince any anxiety to bid for wheal. Banners, however, showed no- disposition, to sell, and in spite of the presence of large num bers of farmers in town, very litUe big ness is reported. In parcels the positxfc was unchanged. Some enquiry exist...
COAL STRKL SETTLEMENT IMMINENT. ANOTHER CONFERENCE ARRANGED. DELEGATES RETURNING FROM SYDNEY. AN EARLY SETTLEMENT EXPECTED NEWCASTLE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
COAL STRKL SETTLEMENT Iff&fTNWT. 'ANOTHER CONFERENCE ARRANGED. DELEGATES RETURNING FROM J SYDNEY. ' | .AN EARLY SETTLEMENT EXPECTED j NEWCASTLE, Hatch 5. :! The miners' executive oifacers at Hew- ,:j castle have wired Mr. Mitchell, secretary j of the Federated Engine Drivers* Aaso-1 ciation, asking him to confer with theai on Mpnrlay with a view to coming to:";' some arrangement to end the strike as; . soon as possible. » The position at the miners and their v families, eiJssciaUy in the outtying centre* > is becoming desperate. Relief from ^ outside has dwindled down airnnat. to; vanishing point, and the storekeepers find themselves unable to continue.- The " miners' officer state that there is every prospect of. the difficulty regarding the ^ engine drivers being settled by Monday and work resumed by nest Monday. week. ' Later. ! It was announced . at Kewcastle _ last night that Messrs. Houston and Barber, the northern delegates to the Federated Engine Drivers and - Fir...
"PICKED AND PACKED." THE PRIME MINISTER'S ADDRESS. ADMISSION BY TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
"PICKED AND PACKED."; THE PRIME MIXISTEB'S ADDRESS. i—— • ~~ ADMISSION BY. TICKET. When £ord Kitchener recently visited Adelaide he was accorded a public vdi come. The day was hot, and al .ab in convenient business hour of the day, the Town Hall was crowded with the general' public anxious to see and to hear the famous soldier. There" was no. distinc tion made between the • various sections or classes of the people;.all were allowed to participate in 'the welcome, hence it was .of 1st wholehearted,and genuine -cha. racter. Lord Ejtchener-is not an Austral Oan, and lias little or no iiiteregt in A.tis-i tTalian affairs farther Jthan to. know ttiat as a component ipart o£ the Britisb^Bnii' pire we: are doing something towards tbtf, safety of .the nation we are building Sjti the southern seas. * - Last week the Prune Minister of the Commonwealth (Mr. Deakin) visited the City of Adelaide. Mr. D.eakin is or sboold be an Australian, and at the present time, is the-occupant of the highest ...
LAST OBSTACLE REMOVED. SYDNEY, March 6 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
LAST OBSTACLE REMQJTSD. SYDNEY: March a | Mr. Mitchell, immediately" on ft-ig re- ; i torn from Melbourne yesterday, met : New South Wales branch of- the Engine ' Drivers and Firemen's Association at the Trades Hall, when the last obstacle "in the way of the settlement of the strike was cleared. V ■ . Mr. Mitchell, it will be remembered, after an unproductive interview-; with Mr. Scholes, who had no ] urisdicfcion r&- ■ _ garding tiie victimising of certain mem bers of his anion, proceeded to Mel bourne. and' interviewed^ the . registrar, - who, after. & consultation trith Mr. Jos .tiee Higgics, gave orders that the em ployers and the" men's representatives should, appear before >iim at >"* cham bers. This meeting took place, and U was agreed that the hearing of the evi dence in connection with the engine drivers1 dispute should be taken on the 16th inst. At yesterdays meeting ait. SiitcnelL, rn viesr of the fact that he practically, had the assurance that the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
PORT T.TNOOLN, March 2.—The. Vsm-f dunra. a four-mssted vessel, witha reeis-^ t.ered tonna«re of J916 tons, 's rxpt*ctj?d. tn arrive this wr>ek to load whast for: ■Messrs. Cave & Co. f-he will tafre 32,000 hass, which will constitute a record for ; this port—Tbe barque Blenheim win, leave for home ports this week.—A pro-| sentation was made during this week ter Miss Scrubv. who for the past four years has acted "as organist at St. Thomas' Church, Port Lincoln. Members at thiS? choir and congregation subscribed to-j' wards a hymnbook, which was handed to; Miss Scruby at a social gathering. Th6f voting lady" has done splendid sendee the organ and. in connection with oihia* matters pertaining to the -welfare of tfij church. She goes to Adelaide to take#; 12 months' course at the Conswrotanoin; of Music.—In the handled of OmzamaS wheatearting TP nearly - fimwhwj, V truckloads are- arriving from there
SENSATIONAL SHOOTING CASE. GIRL WOUNDED AT TANUNDA. A PORTUGUESE ARRESTED. TANUNDA, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
SENSATIONAL SHOOT ING CASE, GIRL WOUNDED AX TANUXDA. A PORTUGUESE ARRESTED. TAXUXDA. March 5. This afternoon a Portuguese made a murderous attack on Norma Plush, a girl 12 -years of age, daughter of Mr. £. Plush, of siegersdorf, near 'Vanunda. He fired two shots at the girl. One missed her, but with the second "she was dangerously, wounded in the abdomen. The Father Threatened. The Portuguese is an African house painter, aged 50. .His name is Carl Jtfonello, and he had been working for Mr. Plush for about a month. It is reported he is a runaway sailor. ' The fattier of the child was in the garden at the time of the shooting, and was called u> the house. When he came up Bonello turned upon him and threatened to shoot him also. Mr. Plush was fortunately .armed with a spade, and be struck the man a oiow on uie shoulder. me l-ortugu^ise then ran off. Mr. Plush hurried to his room for his rifle, but found that the cart ridges had been xemoved by Bonello. Shortly after Constable Shegog...
ANTIQUITY OF CANNED FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
ANTIQUITY OF CANICED PEOITS. There are many conveniences o£ the present day which were denied to the an cients. Still, they enjoyed some luxuries which the people of this age deem com parative novelties. For instance, a vast number of people suppose that the can ning of fruits, an industry which of- late years has attained so great an importance, is of recent growth; but, as a matter of fact, we are indebted to Pompeii for it Years ago, when the excavations were just beginning, a party of Americans found .in what had been the pantry of a house .many jars- of preserved figs. One was opened, and they were found to be fresh and good.' Investigation showed that the figs had been put into jars in a heated state, an aper ture being left for the steam to es cape, and then sealed with wax. The hint was taken, and the next year the preserv ing of fruit in tins was introduced into America, the process being identical with that in vogue in Pompeii nearly 20 cen turies ago.
THE BUILDING STRIKE. POSITION EXCHANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
THE BUILDING STRIKE.x POSITIOX EXCHANGED. For some time prior to February 25 there had been di^s^tisfacion amon^t the masons, and bricklayers employed in the city owing to the fact that there were two rates of pay—11/ and 12/ per day— in existence. The trouble culminated on February 25. vriierv' about 80 or 100 men, who had been in receipt of the lower rate, struck for a minimum of 1/6 per hour—12/ per day. Since then almost daily meetings have been held on ine part of the Ktrikprc ! but do settlement has been arrived at. A strike committee lias been organised and the men have been placed on strike pay. The membership of the Masons and Bricklayers' Union is over 500, so that the proportion of strikers is small. Since the beginning of the trouble a few men have been engaged for jobs in the country at 13/ and 14/ per day, but no more has been made towards a re sumption of work in the city. The president of the strike committee; stated yesterday that the position was practically unchan...
THE PIERROTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
THE PIERROTS. At the town hall, Semaphore, on Sat urday evening the Pierrots gave a suc cessful performance in the presence of a large audience. Little Sylvie gave selec tions from Maritana and other numbers charmingly. The child'is a genius; in addition to exceptional vocaL gifts she is A clever instrumentalist, and being gifted with more than ordinary versa tility, she is equally at home in the ren dering of topical songs. Miss Maud Per man sang new songs, and Miss. Gill also rendered b amorous numbers. The. Rhodesbury brothers gave several iteins, and Jack Middleton and Charles Moody, took part in sentimental and comic j songs. On Wednesdav evening the Pier-1 rots vcill appear at Henley Beach, and | as the electric cars trill be run for tHe j first time they should draw crowded] audiences.
SHACKLED FREEDOM AND PROGRESS BACKWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
SHACKLED FREEDOM AXD PROGRESS BACKWARD. At the. half-yearly meeting of the Na tional League Mr. Hogarth, the secre tary in urging the fusion of the League and Farmers and Producers' Political Union after the election, made some un consciously humorous remarks. He said—"The only cause that should ani mate them was that of freedom and pro gress against stagnation." Mr. Hogarth's sentiments are admirable, but coming from the secretary and moving spirit of the National League they are also amus ing. The Conservative organisation, by its consistent opposition to reformative' land and industrial legislation, shackles thosuands of workers in the' metropoli-: tan area, and is the chief agent of stag- j nation in the most fertile country dis tricts.
THE NEWMARKET TRAGEDY. INQUEST TO BE HELD. MELBOURNE, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
THE XEWMAEKET TRAGEDY. INQUEST TO BE HELD. MELBOURNE, March 5. The Coroner has decided to bold an in quest on Wednesday on the bodies of 3ohii Kennedy and bis vrile. Mary Ann. the victims of the Newmarket tragedy. The evidence -of the daughter Doris, aged seven,; shows that Kennedy first shot his wife, who was trying to escape and fell on -a shovel and split her head. Ken nedy then shot himself. He frequently ehowed great jealousy o£ her boarders."
A KING'S WEALTH. LONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
, A KINGS WEALTH. LONDON, March 4. In the Chamber of Deputies in Bros-; seJs. M. Wanderv'eldivthe Socialist leader, ] maintained that, the late' King Leopold' had deceived his Ministers in bequeathing; his_■immense fortune, derived from the creation of illegal companies, as the grca iei -part of the wealth was the profit from the- malodorous administration, of the Congo, and should revert to Belgium.
OUR CABLE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 7 March 1910
Ot® lAjBEE SESyiGE. . niiiap^he JiabOT ^ paper scheme *a^M:titooted, ti» eiistence tof & close jvniioiiMtiim m the shape of thecable bcm^ Ini^w^iogartied astiie ilioa, or mule in v Efforts •swretasde in the Com - ajuay«^ 3P^nunm>t t6.toeak;dowa the nknoopoly, hnt iM^elyawing t6#h> shilly -^taSyiag d Mr. iSeikinin, regard to the .jjCWpsiigfat Bill. IJuey proved abortive. '* 13bB;3eiMe monopoly -presented a two -fifia'dlflicoJiy; in the first plate, the corn s' ®moi»ere absolute roasters oft the Eitoa -tttHii' fcould £4y yeaornay' to Applicants yofc in ibe eyent 'flf allowing p&pezs outside u^lKftrlng. topsrtlcipate, Could force them •.' iopay M an«zotiiitant rate for- the privi - SegLj- Jin tfefe second place, the news was fesrfflySwartfaShaving, out as in thfedea nt, a znOothful of ;mnddy water is per focceicceptable, the combine's service bi ifcg iheonly one availflhle,was practically fbdispf>nsal)le' to the establishment o[ » -now i-cjSfcy -d^uhr paner. F&...