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THE CASE OF ROBINS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

THE CASE OP BOBIN8. To the Editor. Sir—In your Eubleader this morning you humanely and1 rationally dealt with tbe case of <he. unfortunate condemnedman fiobins. t, with many othere in this neighborhood, where the deed was com mitted, feel that be had but a poor de fence, and there are some circumstances that required investigation, otherwise the man goes to his doom, with a suspicion in the mind' of a considerable section of the public that the sad affair is enshroud ed in mystery. It would be a pity if in South Australia, which is ahead of the other States in many things, even a seem ing 'miscarriage of justice should take place. . Surely there is yet time for the Executive to reconsider Hub cise and evfen now, at the eleventh hour, extend their clemency.. Does not Mrs. Bobins' state ment to the press show at least as elenufct of good in the condemned man? Mar riage Tinder the circumstances could not be anything bat unhappy, in view of the fact that on one night Owrcswor...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SHARE MARKET. Saturday London Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

I I THE SHARE MARKET. Saturday London Quotations. Silver-lead stocks were unchanged. A good list of copper shares were noted, and easier prices prevailed on account of a further decline in the metal of 15/ peri ton. Gold shares were scarcely noticed, and values were on the decline. The Stock Exchange of Adelaide. I Great Fitzroy and Tanami Deve lopment Sydnicaie occupied the bulk of holders' attention, and other lines came in for extra light busi ness. Silver-lead shares were only noted in British and Junctions at about late prices. Great Fitzroy had extra brisk movement, and recovered in value to the extent of 10£d. Other copper stocks were lightly noted, and prices on the whole were little altered. Western Aus tralian gold shares had some six lines dealt in without much alteration in value. Tanami Mine* and Development Irioved freely, and rose about £6 15/ on Friday's rates.

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

Amusements. NEW EMPIRE THEATRE. EVERY EVENING, GBOTE STREET, VICTORIA SQUARE. Telephone 2327, Sole Lessees and Proprietors, Messrs. LENNON, HYMAN, & LElsXON. NEW EMPIRE VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINER THE PERMANENT PLACE OP VAUDEVILLE ENTEETAINMEN1. NIGHTLY INTRODUCHHx 20 ACKNOWLEDGED ARTISTS, 20. LAST THREE NIGHTS OF THE CROTTO N BROS. Our Special Feature, New Moving Pictures by the Great MIORAMA. Regular Empire Prices—2/, 1/, and 6d. Boxplan at Duhst & Biven's. Book ing Fee, 6d- extra. _• Business Notices. I Don't Walk or Car it. I RIDE A BIKE. \ Of coarse, the best Bicycle to buy is the "LEWIS." They last very many years, and give absolute satisfaction. If, however, yon want a low-priced Machine come and see some of the Secondhand ones we are ■offering. We guarantee them really good valu& please quote number JI\OBDERING Br POST. No. 454 is 3 "JAMES,'* 24-in. Ira me, recently overhauled and pronounced in food order .. — .. .. £4 10 0 No. £58—Parts, 22-in. frame. juf...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STOCKS AND SHARES. BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

STOCKS AND SHARES. Bank of Adelaide, buyer £8 9/. National (preference), buyei £12 11/. iiatiowtl Bank (ordinary), buyer £5 15/6, sel :e- £5 17/. Commercial Bank (preference), buyer £6 3/6, selier £6 6/6. Commercial Banc (ordinary), buyer 14/9, sel i.- 15/6. Scottish. Australian (debentures), Li yer 18/. Rngii«h Scottish, and Australia!? (deferred), fc: yer 18/1^, seller 18/6. - Fndish, Scottish, and Australian (preferred), fryer 12/6, seller 12/9. INVESTMENT -AND INDUSTRIALS. fiX Gas, buyer £12 4/, idler £12 8/. Terzh Gas, buyer <0/$. t Broken Hill Gas (paid), buyer 16/. Adelaide Steamship, buyer 33/6, seller 40/6. Gulf Steamship, buyer 41/. Slectric Supply (preference), buyer £6 16/. Electric Supply (ordinary), buyer £5 4/« Elder, Smith,.'& Oo^ buyer £5 10/6. Howard Smith (preference), buyer 21/1&. Howard Smith (ordinary), buyer 50/3. Adelaide Tug, ^uyer 68/. Port Docks, buyer £6« wUer £6 S/. Broken Hill Water, buyer 20/9. A osteal Hat, buyer 22/. Austra...

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

A HOUSEHOLD REVOLUTION. The waste of time and money in the average kitchen is one of the worries of life, and an article by Dr. Hermann Beck in the "International" on the teerUa Housing Reform and the Central TTitr-h&n Movement explains what Germany is doing to improve matters in this respect. "In the economic development of our times," writes Dr. Beck, "with its ten dency towards large combinations,- the single-kitchen house is bu( a hither to mismg in one large chain. The ma terials for our clothing, for the construc tion of houses, streets, and bridges, and for other branches of consumption; are produced by many thousands of workmen and manufactured in undertakings of ever-growing dimensions. "In one only of the most important I branches of economic labor, that of the preparation of food for human oonsump-l lion, the retail system of the individual j household prevails everywhere. What a very retailed system it is! In a city such as Berlin, for instance, in many hundreds ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH-EASTERN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

[ SOUTH-EASTERN MARKET, HOTTST GASTBIEE, March U.—The local grain market is dull and unchanged. Wheat, 3/6 to 3/3 per bushel oats, 1/8 to 1/10 per bushel; barley, very little left, up to 3/Sj offered for best quality. The potato market is dull at £A, oil trucks, Mount Gambier, and the onion market is opening weak at £3 5/ per ton, on trucks, Mount Gambier. The circle price for eggs is lljd. per dozen, having Tisen stea dily since the circle was formed.

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

NEW SEASON'S MIU1NERY FRodels : : ' No efforts have been spared by our buyers to secure the Latest and Best Millinery Goods in the World's Principal Markets. This you will be con vinced of if you will but favor us with a visit. You will be as tounded at Our Fa mous Low Prices. Our Eeady-to-Wear Milli nery is Our Special Feature. New Season's Dress Goods at our Famous Low Prices. We may have shown Beautiful Dress Materials other seasons, but this season we eclipse all other shows. We invite you to inspect. TWEEDS.—The lastest in Tweeds, both striped and fancy, beautiful shades, at Our Famous Low Prices, 1/3, l/4£, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11 yard. NEW CAMBRIDGE CLOTH.—This is a fairly weighty Plain Cloth, very service able, and fashionable, in Brown, Green, Navy Slate, Wine, 42 in., 8/11 dress of six yards. VENETIAN CLOTH.—This is a special purchase in Navy only, 40 in., 1/9 yard. COATING SERGES,—In Navy, Brown, and Green, 40 in., Our Famous Low Price, 1/3 yard. CASHMERE SERGES.—Special value, al...

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

PfilCES. r Wheat. — Fanners' price, 3/11 nbnsliei on tnicks Port Adelaide. '' Honr-^-CSly brands (delivered), £10 jter ton ; country ImandE, £9 15/ per ton. , Uran>-3/0j-j>er bushel delivered Ade Bollard.—1/2^ P6* bushel delivered Ade ilgerian OaiE.-^l/9 per bushel on trucks ljot afloaii'ori; Adelaide. ' -Bailey.—Cape, 2/3 to 2{5 per bushel on "trncks Port Adelaide; malting, 2/6 to 7" perbushel on ^trucks Fort Adelaide. Butter ^at auftTOn).—l/8 to 1/3 for fac •jtbry, 1/1 to 1(2 f separator. ' Eggs (at auction).—Fresh (guaranteed), S/l; duck eggs,' 1/2. ' , , Cheese.<a± auction).—S^d. to 6£d. per lb. ;Bacon {at auction).—Prime factory : cured, 7£d. to BJd-; hams, 9d. to lOid. . Honey <at auction).—2Jd- to 3d. per ■ 3b* i: Almond? (at auction).—Brandis, 7<L perib. Corns acks.—Oa. spot, A/9 per dozen yon'ixncks Port Adelaide. - Wliea^tn Hav.—2/6 to £Z Sf per ton -JorbeWeheavad. delivered Adelaide. Whe-Jer, <3hafi-—to £3 7/6 per ton of g...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOTORING. HILL CLIMBING CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

Sm^-CUMlsDrG' CONTESTS. TbeiNorwood Cycle and Motor Chibcon cluded the seastoh's series of -faUl-eliBvh ing contests on Saturday, with a most sue- , cessfiil event. : The times made were very fast, considering "the state of the road and the heavy wind, |md as the conditions were that wa" to be removed, the riders were ^prevented from assisting their machines by ^pedal ling. The Greenhill road is fairly ,stpep and has numerous bends^ 'iandf the* Jaime * for the distance—fourl miles-iffi yards,';in 9 min. 14 Sec.—will Take'aMot iof-beating. The following arte the placed menr-ri, W. Courtney, 280 points ;- !, P. C. Gogler,, 218 points; 3, C. E. Churchward, 176 points; 4, W. Alirartt, 136 points. ; ■ The first competition-farjthe tjnphy, presented by the Continental Enbber Company, was decided.over ■ the sanje coarse, with the following resnlt C. E. Churchward,' 203 paints; 2, W. Samp son, 154 points; 3, W. Allnatt, 135 paints; 4, C. Anderson, S24'paiHis. The gold medal, presented 'to t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. SYDNEY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

SYDNEY PBOIHJCE MABKET. IS V UN MV ir«trA)i . Wheat, 3/11 to 4j. -'

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE ROBINS' CASE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

THE ROBINS' CASE. To the 'Editor. oir—I worna tuce tc asfc tnrougn your valuable columns if our jurors ifi. this State of South Australia are to be con sidered as? .a body ol human beings not capable of understanding, inasmuch as in the case of John Robins their strong re commendation to mercy has been ignored by the Executive Council, and their in tention has been misconstrued.— -I am. &c., CTTfc. To the Editor; Sir—I was glad to see thai the jurors ip 1 the trial of John Robins felt their position as to the Executive-finding no reason wljy the law should not take its course.. After i due consideration for nearly two houis-J they strongly recommended the accused man to mercy, believing that that was sufficient to avoid the- horrid and barba rous act of hanging. Amongst our sur roundings there are churches, there are temperance societies, Christian associa tions, and social organisations of many kir.di. and yet the most <ireadfnl cxime of strangling' a poor wretch...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAWN TENNIS. INTER STATE MATCHES. SOUTH AUSTRALIA [?] [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

*''v ■',<--2fS' B00TH:ACBIBALIi£ ■was laid .up vroh ii^ueMp^x'me ?wea&er In the jgehil&xtexi's 'gnntip?hf^ tiie ' &OSX " ' " ' ■JJeld ; and < onljt against i es v v„ JFor- the-.-ffiKolej 308 Raines, were pTT x s«s "3 .nstnia@£: matches will , be contmiL when another roand of gen»; ••*"■' >layedi,aod tlfis£ tl JipgleB an^ ',' 'CENTLEMEN"S ; \ w<L,H.-3Idiiahan-.and H. Malcolm"(V.)-Jiiet'fltoi yiS-*.*WiJbfrf •lad A. B. Taylor (Si),:^ Hoffih ana ul t;"1oe <V.} jJ^L. CTQea-and E. fl. Beid (S-A-), 5-A 6-?,, ' .H- "W; Beath.' and H, wnltiomi "W. A."w: ikag and 3CT ET'TSsSt!7&X), tP-3, 6—8| * fr—O. '^r • G> .Mopahan.- and . H. . Ifajraim.jog*1*to; jXr • t..-OT)ea and -R. fi. Be*ft4pS_A-), IB-32 3— GENTLEMEN'S SEKOLBS.'/ '* ~ y B. ,W. Heath (T.)~ best' A ' R.'T.HaDt cv.)So^ foHSfc jtr fe 1*5^ 3—6, 3—6. -• . >: .-' *-'/> '43 I.G.AH. Monahan- :'C?0 ''loel^bail-n.Qflfrsttfti. losttw 6—2. . . • " MiSa Stewart...

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

Thin, pale children should be given ~ BtCKfORD'S MENTHOL fMULSIHH, IfBrthgs trierosesto tHeSf cheeks. m

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

Public Notices. O T. . PATE I C £ ' S EVE. O WEDNESDAY. UABCH 16, at 8 p.m., the UHITED ZBIfiH LEAGUE will celebrate the NATIONAL FESTIVAij at the OLD EXCHANGE CAFE, " HRJE £TE££T.- 1 - /T^tJMMir.-Speedtes by.leaamg Public Hen. { 2,«Snsh * ,z.t ' | ' * . . Irish Kftfaoaa! ftoaga • ■& ] •' _^ v-' jf^s .«£-Beds. .JEiS, J4cAIJST$ia,-Hoii. Secretary. tICHMOKD LOCAL ' COMMITTEE U.L.P. _ Meet TO-MGHT (Monday), # . firiftroond laeoociatic itiiL £oca} Trade llnioiiB Invited. IL 17. K. KTMRKR, Hon. Secretary. jT j-^D —THTO«lBTnw -mntr. rmrMrr U»L.i . TSXL ■■■ vflpedial General Veetaoe, MOHDAY, Hunch 14. 1 TRnnmrnn Tr^mrn] •. « H. X SIMn^.Hon. ^ecretaiy. jgTOBX.?/- % jKQKEGBS' i TDBHEE1 ^ Borixig, aod Screw . .. . . ^Adr^uMde lor.and aU " descriptions of ^13Sa^nc'n<ad:.W«chtm» Bapaira. " - ' ^ ' ^ ^Sorner cI Stiirt and HotsseJI streets. * .JT. .. . * vTOa££££ V'JT.WI Tfcl> LABOEEBfi' TJ HI O S. _ jfQfficb- win te open Saturdays from 7 to 9 to aye .jnnntrihrittong> -v....

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

WORKERS STUDY YOUR OWN INTERESTS SUBSCRIBE Ti3 I'H H DAILY HERALD.1 AT LAST!! THE NEW DALLY HAS ARRIVED!! ■ ARE YOU A SHAREHOLDER? IF NOT, BECOME ONE AT ONCE. J

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

ANSWEBS TO COEBBSPOKDENlCS. Elector.—X- ^iEfeOO per pi""m 2. No. 3 E- C. BafeMi D. M. Charleston, .■ J. I owner. G.- McGregor, T. Playford, fand J- 8ymon. 4 (a). Downer, McGrigor, Charleston; (b), Gatoifi, McGregor, Story. 5. Symon, Playford, and "Bafeez. Yoar letter was mislaid, hence delay in. replying to your qoferies. Is then: so very great difierenSe torn "the gstf irliite icay" .and **&• goat pbguT* VB

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SCHOOLBOY WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

scBdomor ^msbom - - Here sie Emne ^teachers' questions and iMipils answers takeu' fmm examination papers:— . . • • . • ' _ What was the cniet event of Solomon's {.'.Wtio calile -before'bim and who cime after MinS-rDa rid,-the Queen <of Sheha. Natne -BOlne of- the early '"Christian fathers?—-JeromCj.Oxygen and. Ambroeia. .What ATE thfi! cn^i1ring rjmaing of E&pM^n civilisation I—The pyramids and obsequies. ' .In -what Christian tenet did " the Egyptians- believe—in the immorality of the soul. ' - - •' '• What .religion had the. Britons! A Strange and terrible one—called the re ligion of the Dudes. . , _ , ' what -caused the death of Cleopatra I— It waa JbecauEe she bit a wasp. - Where is the climate hottest!—Next to the Creator. , . , . What causes perspiration!—The culin ary glands. What are, molars?—Teeth which- grow outside of the head. What do you call the- last teeth which come to inant—False teeth. i What is the spinal column %—Bones running'all over the body...

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

VOTES FOR WOMEN. The Labor Candidates:

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

Amusements. WEST'S OLYMPIA. Under Direction _ .. - . _ _ .. , .Wt T. J. West. COOL, COMFORTABLE, COMMODIOUS. THIS AND EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. WESTS PICTURES. £5* The Pre^eminent-aiid Incomparable. Assisted!)? L. De Groen's Vice-Regal Orchestra. West's Popilar Prfces—2/,1/e, 1/, ami 6d. Children Half-price to ail parts except Gallery. Boxplan and Day Sale at Dnhst & Siren's.- PBi?.n'M>BsiT \fanagpr. S.A. CHAMBER OF MANUFACTURES, INCORPORATED. The 1910 Exhibition VJHARCH 24 TO MAY 4. GRAND OPENING CEREMONY . 3:HUitSDAY EVENING, MARCH 24. S^aStm Tickete now ready £1 V f°r set.-Wtfir&e (Centleman's Ladies'); SingleSeason, 10/6. Competitors' Season, 5/3. Exhibitioii-Buuklinfei E E WINJtEROTTOMJ Secretary. St. Patridi's Day, Thursday, March 17 -SPORTS, NATIONAL CONCERT, JUBILEEOYAL, ' EXHIBITION HALL, ALL BAY. AT. NIGHT. ■ • v '■ P- F. KILEY, General Secretary, ' -2S Old Exchange, Pirie street. " THE FAMOOS FASTING HAN . ^pjire^, from the OljTnpia, London) "" will c...

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HOTEL BURGLARY. £140 STOLEN. TWO MEN ARRESTED. SYDNEY, Match 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

HOTEL BUfiGLABY. £140 STOLEN. TWO MEN AfiRESTED. Sydney. : Match 13. A bedroom at Tattersall's Hotel, Litfa gow, was broken into, last night, and- £140 mostly in £5 notes, belonging to the pro prietor, was stolen. Two men have been arrested.

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