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

- Uottrar of nou- occurred yestcajlay in' grain market?- ..Wheat and: incba~;.td at previous quotations.-4"lorur was easy/ - . - Oats > ere qu.°^. and in poor demand; ■wbUe ijran ha 1 a steady enquiry; ' - ,' Wisest—The irs rke; was quiei. Jand without change, and "buying limits for. farmers lots we- or. the basls.pt 3/JjBi to 3/11 on tracks Po i Adelaide, with ik oc casion-it instarotj. as high as 3/13&. > For iainsizci parcels tuyere, were offering 1/ •to ~4fl>£ on trucks Port Adelatiie,-:irafc- little - tornp 1 u^ness w94, re^rt^-j.JSi^inJad;* vice* gHc the rraiket as u?i: changed, steamer parcels oil -coast being 4 valued' at; 37/4$... For^',promipt."^lgier"o8^ to 36/6 per quarter cost,- freight, iQOTr-. mw, was given as the_ nominal ^juota taou. >1: ..busmcso, howeyii^, was^re1 ported «: AustraLac ca goes, and gene ia2y iif lope pf the 'wheat jjiarkfit was dull wiia Tittle doing. Flour -f^»e ^Baarke» -was nuiot, T»jih prices i-.r ^hanged at £10 fear leaduig ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SCARCITY OF TRUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

SHE -SGAEG12Y OF. TMCES. f' 'Thefiaitways Commfasraner^/Mr.' il 31. ■ Moncrieffl yesterday made the friUaw ingijfaVffifttt on ■ ,fte shortage of trucks, /abt^wto^inaiiy complaints have lately • beqd,- rxa&E-^-"! have already recognised > ti^ »aditk»nil^iolliiig stock-is necpssaiy • lot the lines^thafcara working, and have issued orders for the construction of irocisto thh lertent ,o£ £250,000, iral no matter what. quantity of rolling stock jfe^epariaaeni^poasesaea, there must be eegMiw-ito recommend tbe t^imrnmpTit to- ■spend money on trucks Aniy -for one mojith o£ the - Thepublie mast not forget that JbifeVHrf tb" otncl- nuaons-for U» short the Janf&h of time that elapses iwfftwo liaij<a'imdB as set free at .fort "an. account of the absurdly ' at. .the wharfs mmE^jwm^bwsbs tteete." yesterday ad • irfuai fliitL-aMfe stBort Adelaide, mat -icra Btfarp tn .awnMhmg of a chaotic state,. * PT>a^<A»>prngrgi'"'tti'"" -»*-'«1 - scarcity of " ~ "...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IMPERIAL DEFENCE. ALLEGED FEELING IN CANADAEVASION OF EMPIRE DEFENCE CONTRIBUTION. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

| IMPERIAL DEFENCE. ALLEGED FEELING IN CANADA EVASION OF EMPIRE DEFENCE CONTRIBUTION. LONDON, March II. During the discussion in the House of Commons on the Navy Estimates. Mr. Joseph Martin, one of the new members, declared that there is an opinion cur rent in Canada, which is opposed to con-, tributmg to the defence of the Empire, on the ground that Canada would be mix ing herself up in the militarism of Europe if she made such a contribution.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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FATE CANNOT CONQUER HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

FATE CAKKOT COKOPSIKTOfStll Seldomhas there bean seen a^more^a-*? spiring example . of ■ indomitable enerey l t- 'i triumphing oyer fate /than - 'Qjai■- whittffi Ihp. finWATCr IWftTnti fa imm skill had forever. ' Diddle complaint IHdi' he resign himself iothe inevitaileS.vDid^'S lie-sit down in deepasr- jcnH allowhisi-/?; young wUe an9. dabsters to Euppoii f ^ him? Not for a moment. He' let ttef ':5 .women work, it is tru^imt only learned-to engrave with his left buriaL*?:.!^ ■ Hoax after hoar, day after day, montlii. •; after month, he passed, struggling with •thai awkwar^jpntcained left hand, drair-l-t^ :ing at Srst crudely like a little chad, then/ '••' :j«ftth. ever" increasing jprecishm.-, Gradn-*{ A ally he 'educated the refractory member, ' to obey his .will. Drawing, water colouri : fainting, designing fortypograph£rssu<!--:'va cee'ded one another, imtil to-day he haai *. .33 'again attained absoinie' mastery oyer tha-r ;CT3graver!8 ^toolE. Arsene Alexandre, thaf ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

THIS IS THE MEDICINE MEDICAL EXPERTS DECLARE THAT SAVES HUMAN LIFE. BECAUSE IT PURIFIES THE 8LOOD, CORRECTS AND GIVES THE HEART POWER, PROMOTES SLEEP AND GOOD APPETITE, CURES WORST FORMS OF NERVOUSNESS, MELANCHOLIA, PAL PITATION, BILIOUSNESS, AND EXHAUSTION. Many of the most aeaaoB nerve, stomach, liver, and kidney diseases arise from la6k of care to kfeep the stomach in good "working order. Poisons get into, the blood, caused by effete matter fermenting in the natural digestive channels. JEhfe whole system becomes saturated with poisonous properties, and one of the several vital organs df the "body gives way. Then we have the anaemic, delibitated wrecks in our city streets, men and women who a few weeks before appeared equal to 20 years' life. How many men and women in Melbourne have gooe with thq did year because of neglect, which lias introduced and.-sided the disease which killed? And so it is the plain duty of all-men «r women to keep this great nerve And blood medicine always ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PAPERMAKERS' STRIKE. HUNDREDS OF MEN AFFECTED. MILITARY CALLED OUT. VANCOUVER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

PAPF.RMAKKRS' STRIKE. HUNDREDS OF MEN AFFECTED. MDUIABT CAIiED OUT. VAifCOITPER. 11. The strike amongst the papennskets at Palmer Falls has now spread to the of the International Paper Company, five miles distant from the seat of the ori ginal trouble. ! At the Port Edward yesterday afternoon 400 men came out, and companies of the militia >were Ordered lout. N ■

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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FOOTBALL. SOUTH AHELAIDE CLUR. A[?] [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

tbat-itte ■ poeiikM ef'^duef %aceaGfcer"f ^Merdrad;iopai fiim.£iic£ 9ie Bnfor-; teuSfc deatb.<rffh£late 3It. C. C. Kings-: f-c-'jIEe had Ifintjhis: tongue and throat 1 ^ac; -club, -and-:espected in retain -ft>; : Vihem at ihe top;-(tf the tree next j$ar. XJj8 ^aE Eare Soii£h AdelnvdcE had tooeh ^djbgdiock, ah&jhad tained the tide. ■iLong-ServiceGertificateE. •iorr loe£r and egieteiitfeef ~ " " to >Ie«Brs. A. H*Ei _ >ed a life member o! pteG- Wallace. AH ^Ufe: ixd{riei^;ipdM>lf acknowledged the ■wim^iliiiwnl^ '- ■: ■.- j' -r , - ' The ^lectibn^^ffieersxraolted'ias fol lowB^-^ystroiu ^Ot "J- Marshall; pcesi " idepjta, MeaeiB.^?®7-' ®- U^reaipea*, 6. Jacgbs, and S}oe-pre cidente, Messrs..!. Anderson, C. Cox, X Coofca, IS, J...Dawes, L B: flMbagan, A. EjiGpeeateea, <3: Hudd, V. Rertison. H. 'B; MMd}«ton, P- Marks, F. MfcGnlre, J. "rBicbardsorv .fan- A. F. Schroeiler, T. 6dha4, J. p. Trarers, D. Watte, 8. £. Wwifygpa, E. A. Roberts: .committee, '...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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PEARY'S POLAR PROOFS. TO BE MADE PUBLIC. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

■ PEATi.YS POLAB PROOFS. TOBE MADE PUBLIC. LONDON, March U. > it 23 announced au iboriiaizvely in X*on don that Commander Peary will make public the. proofs, of' bie Polar achieve merits at a meeting at the Albert" Hall, under the auspices of the Jioyal Geogra phical Society. The' Arctic explorer, whose good faith is accepted,by the mem-, bers of that society, is promised a magni ficent reception.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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WHERE IS THAT "TAKE-ALL" REPORT? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 12 March 1910

WHERE IS :TOAT-!i^Akfeaag**4=<-:" REPORt? ' "■ ■' Owners of'siock some Hfn> waxed' sarcastic ;over jthe long -d^lajra that occurred in "the furnishing- by^ the Chief Government". Veterinarian-. (Mr. J. DesmcmdJ of a.report on ;dryi bible, but fee. fe^r iomnomited /dif-i} ficnlties, ,and idid (fppd-WEpic in thatj; direction.. Sew! fasaiias 'are putting!. rirwr tonjnies in 4hdr •ilSy jrfer;tq\tfce: jsnbj&S; of "3«h) all" in wheat and a promised reports i»rrthe subject bythe.£Wrector of Agri-i cflture (Professor JCpgus). 'Since sai long ago as December. 1908, the re port has begn liingiog ftre, andtKe producers are aimousi 4bknow whats is the cause of the jdisease, and w&e«| ther a remedy/may' be applied. Thai. Advisory Board of Agriculture, at, recent meeting, were half-inclined t®* take the matter oat of die hands ■oH the Director, and ask the Acting- Prin<«( cipal at Roseworthy College {Mr. Coli^ batch) to come to their jsststarvre, biraj in ...

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FIRE AT BOSTON. ESTIMATED DAMAGE, £40,000. VANCOUVER, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

FIRE AT BOSTON. ESTIMATED DAMAGE, £40,000. VANCOUVER. March 13. The railway workshops at Boston, TJ.j5.A-, have been destroyed by fire. There -was a sharp tussle with the flames, and two firemen wert seriously injured* The damage is estimated at £40,000.

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RONALD HARPER CASE. HUXLEY BROUGH'S FROM SYDNEY. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

RONALD HARPER CASE. HXIXLEY BEOUGKT FROM SYDNEY. MELBOURNE, March 13. ; John Huxley, wbc is charged with a1 legedc onspiracy in the Ronald-Harper ' case, was brought from Sydney on Satur ! day.

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MYSTERIOUS DEATH. AN AMERICAN HEIRESS. VANCCUVER, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

MYSTERIOUS DEATH. A*< AMERICAN HTirRBSf!. VANCCUVEE, March 13. The body of Miss Helen Bloodgood, wiio was heiress to a large fortune, and who disappeared from her home oil Wed* uesday last, has beec found in Lake Ca vafMge, near New York

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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PRESIDENT TAFT WILL SOT INTERVENE. MORE CARS OPERATING. VANCOUVER, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

PRESIDENT TAJT WILL SOT INTBEVENE. MOEE CABS OPERATING. VANCOUVER. March 13. It has been unofficially notified that President Taft will not intervene with the Philadelphia tram strike, as it is of a purely local character. The situation is unchanged. There are more cars operating now, and there is.no trouble with the strikers, except at Ken sington and Wilkesbarre.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RECENT STORM AT GLENELG. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

THE RECENT STORM AT GLENELG. A committee, meeting of the Holdfast Bay Yacht Club was held on Thursday, when it was resolved to send a letter of sympathy to those who had suffered heavy losses by the wrecking of their yachts in last Sunday's storm- A depu tation was received from the Glenelg Sail ing Club, who stated that it was the inten tion of the club to hold concerts for the benefit of those who had been involved in the heavy losses. The deputation wished to lmow whether the yacht club would join ia the scheme, but the committee, on behalf of the members, decided that, although they would do all in their power to make the concerts a success, they were unable to see their way clear to partici pate in any financial gain that might ac crue. , The yacht Fidena. belonging to Mr. J. E. Wheeler, which broke away from her moorings during last Sunday week's storm, was located by Messrs. Salt and McFarlane on Thursday, and later Mr. Salt, in a diver's suit, went below and removed all the ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BELALJE COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

ttFl.tT.TK rnPPKR m\'F Mr. W. H. Matthew?.. (.'hid Inspccror of Mine?, has received the following n-port* from Mr. H. Jones, Inspector of Minos, dated Febrtiarj' 28:— I inspected the Belnlie Copper Mine on February 25 and 26. The principal work in progress «>n the property consists chiefly in extending the tunnel started at the fi>ot of the hill. 150 ft. be low the ton of the shaft, which had been put in a considerable disiance by the prevoius com pany. About six months 'ago t£e tunnelling work was let on contract- to a party of six men from Kadina. Since then excellent progress has been made with the drive and other work. The old tunnel has l»eon cleaned out, and a tramline laid from the dump to the face, a distance of 300 ft., and from that point the drive bas been extended 270 ft., when the north lode was in tersected, which is well defined, with clean walls, and consists chiefl\ of calcitc. quartz, and mi <*accous inn., with copper ore through ttic matrix, and i...

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TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. I Gwalia Consolidated.—JJarcli 11;—For Fmvu I ary crushed and treated 4810 tons; assay l value, 29/4 per ton; output value, £5059 ; 590 | hours' ran. Also 434 tons accumulated elimos; I assay value, 18/4; output value. £230. Fxp^ndi I ture on revenue account, £5789; development, I £481; plant, £968.

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

MANAGE12S' REPOBTS. i Associated Northern Blocks.—«Jjnuary 31*—300 ■ ft. —"No. 2 rise iu No. 1 south drive, oft | main west xcut (section VV 42», total 53 ft.: pro i gross, 5 ft.; no'values. North drive, off No. 2 rise (section U 42), holed to stone; progress, 21 it.; uo values. For January mill treated 3132 | ions or oro for yield ol £4207. Expenditure— | Total working expenses, £3575; capital expendi I ture, £83; exploration account, £126.

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MINING MEETINGS. MARAROA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

MINING MEETINGS. The seventh half-yearly meeting of the Mararoa Old Alining- Gtfupany was held on Friday- The Chairman ot Directors (Mr. A. J. Roberts^ occu pied the chair, and in moving the adoption of the report for the sis months ended December 3! said the company had a heap of 13.000 tons l slimes at the mine* and the directors bad for seme time been considering the befit method of treating -them. Th<?V had engaged Messrs. Bewick, Moreing, & Co. to visit the mine and re port. oh the thatter. They had rcccarmended the installation of a p'.ant of the vacuum filter type,. suiiilaf to that used by the Lake View Consols Company. They also recommended the erection of the concentration plant. The board bad de cided to adopt the suggestions. ; Mr. H.vATkins sioonded the motion, which was carried. The directors' report said, inter alia:—In the develop ment /work particular attention is drawn to No. 2 rise. No. 5 level, south of main shaft, where, in fit oping for 38 ft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

r Wendt's 'Railway' Lever Watch FOR AJLih RAILWAY MSN. A Teiy Strong, Heavy, Nickel, Open-face Keyless Watch. We guarantee it to be an absolutely Beliable, Accurate, and Certain Timekeeper. last the Watch that every Bail way Man ought to have. PRICES— With Rotheram Movement .. .. .- „• .. .. .. .. £5 With English Movement £3 10/ With Waltham Movement £2 15/ Very few in stock. Order at once before we are sold oat, so as to prevent disappointment. Obtainable only from 76 Ruqdie Wendt's,24- 26> ^28 Street, ADELAIDE. Arcade.

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MINING. MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

MINING. MINING NOTES. The richest copper mine in the worH is the Calumet, Michigan, United States of America. A large amount of the ore is "malleable,1" or native copper, and has often to be cut out with chisels in solid blocks. The ore, however, contains , a great percentage of other metals, and is not as easily or profitably mined as the black sulphide ore. The mines of Yorke's Peninsula are more extensive, and a few years ago-em ployed a greater number of miners than, any other group of copper mines. The Moonta was discovered in 1861,, and was found to have 27 lodes, from] which over £6,000,000 worth of copper ore: was extracted. The deepest shaft is less than 2500 ft., but the levels measure (ap-'j proximately) over 30 miles, and the whole of the working thoroughfares, including' levels, shafts, winzes, &e., nearly SO] miles. At the deepest level the ore is. said to be of low grade, bat payable over! a width of about SO ft. j The whole of the Yorke's Peninsula mines have...

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