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THE COAL STRIKE. ARRANGEMENTS FOR RESUMPTION OF WORK. 100 GOAL VESSELS WATTING. SYDNEY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

THE COAL STRIKE. [ABKAUGEMENTS FOE •EESUMPMON OP WORK. ■ * ■■ ■ ■ 100 GOAL VESSELS WATTING. S5TDNEY, March 03. Arrangements were made at Newcastle yesterday for resumption of work on Monday. Within the. next fewdays oper ations at the mi tips will be as busy as ever. There are nearly *100 vessels wait ing for cargoes. -Between them they will take nearly 500,000 tons. -This means con stant work at the mines, for pearly four months, but wiien the xleniand is sup plied it is feared that there will be a lot of slack "time, owing to the; trade Hav ing gone elsewhere. It is understood that ti^e men at the Borehole, who cannot fee -put on that' mine, will be absorbed by other pits.

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

T0KF TOPICS. Owners and trainers are reminded that 1 nominations an; due to-day before 4 p.m, for the S A-J.O. Summer' meeting. Events requiring attention axe as follow:— 1 Welter Handicap, 7 furlongs—J25 so vs. | 2 Handicap Hurdle, 'c and. 36 yaxdib —125 am. Somarton "Hantiicai' li miTeS^-Z50 ^-sovs. Patawalpnga ^.Stakes, 5 - fjifloogg—125 Haidilap 'St^glechase, abcrai 2HmLeS— 325 eovB.J.. „ v-a. £ Forest ifille Handicap, -6 Jrurkmgs-^150 «w& :■'• »..• j. «. ' The ruSmirmt.ifiri fee for eachoft&ese a. b™ WL. Club nnjBng ^o bt^ ield on.'WjtTcfa "23 are due tdsmorrow^at1Gordon's be fore A" pto-V or'with the secret&tjpf-at Bonanight. JEa3aSesjfor4\tlie feial abd ^ck<races wnjjre3aki&'IStl't3ie ITamirisOEBKffl for^ the" GoodwbcidSHan dicap «md Adelaide Cap-are dQe airSlon day, March 21.. • • ippiSsfSfeht ■ bahkx tijutt^vScored^liaBD VgTWrtg with lll9 tm-hishaek He mfciHsf aLty jgbr <§a£bai&j$of -W "3b., $Sl ereases his bai^c...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FRICTION AMONG LARBIKIKS. STREET RIOT AT CARLTON. WOMAN AND CHILD KNOCKED DOWN. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

FRICTION AMONG LARBIKIKS. STREET MOT AO; CARLTON. ■WOMAN AND CHILD KNOCKED DOWN. MELBODBNE. March 13. A street riot took place at Carlton on Friday night, in which about a hundred people were concerned. The row was be tween the Carlton and North .Melbourne larrikins. A woman and a child were knocked down. Two ringleaders were ar rested, and one was fined. .£5 or one month's imprisonment, and the other £3 or three weeks* in gaoL. At the Carlton Court yesterday morning Percy Dowdle and Edmund Kelly, who were arrested in connection with the row, were- charged with using obscene ism. guage. • Dowdle was £10, or three months' imprisonment, and Keliv ££ or 14- days.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTER-STATE SPORTING. ROSEHILL RACES POSTPONED. SYDNEY, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

INTEE-STATE SPORTING. - ROSEHILL RACES POSTPONED: SYD5EY, March 12. Owing to unfavorable weather, it was Pound necessary to postpone the -second ■ [lay's racing of the KosehiQ Cup Meeting until Monday next. Steady rain has "been falling since yesterday, and the course is i rery wet.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PERILS OF THE SEA. DREDGE AND PUNT ADRIFT. BOTH RUN ASHORE. ALL HANDS SAFE. SYDNEY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

PEMLS OF THE SEA. DREDGE AND PUNT ADRIFT. BOTH RUN ASHQBE. ALL HANDS SAFE. STTfNTrV. Marr>i The dredge Ulysses, with a crew of eight on board, while 'being towed to Richmond River by the tug Eea, broke adrift in very heavy seas. The tug her self had to put into Byron Bay in a leaking condition. Subsequently a telegram brought the reassuring news that the Ulysses had drifted ashore five miles south of Evans River. Her crew are- safe. The tug boat Barunda, which was ac companying the Eea and Touringa, 600 ton hopper punt, with a lot of the heavier machinery of the Uijsses on board, broke away, cwing to the line parting off Clar ence. Later information states that the punt is ashore near Yamba, and that the two men on board art safe.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PAPUAN APPOINTMENTS. APPLICATIONS INVITED. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

PAPUAN APPOINTMENTS. APPLICATIONS INVITED. MELBOURNE. March 15. The Federal Government axe inviting applications for the following positions:— Assistant Resident Magistrate of Papua, salary, £200 io £250; Government nurse and lady sui>erintendent of the native hospitalPapua, £150 per a-nnum and : quarters, and -an increase of £50 after the first ,yeac.

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

TRAINING NOTES. 3£brphfitfcville. . . 1 At headquarters on Saturday morning a.fpir amount of. work was .got through. The morning.was. fine abd calm, and the going in-excellent .condition. Coalbax was responsible for a couple of rounds. ij ' ■=®1e©tfopt, who hails from MiTang, spurted three /furlongs in~3}s., then two in- 27J^whQe-a cheseiut -horse, another-: of-Qiiixui's, wa£ irediied wifch-six furlongs in lm. 23s. Radiant's task consisted of pace work, i bat Scintillation was equal to seven fur 1 longs in im Ws-, and a solid mile went1 down to Goodwood. from a standing start Sergins. and Re semblance spurted -three furlongs in 42£s. Modjeska also sprinted, 'getting over two furlongs in :24js. Coonabar ran away'irom Lycurgus over a mile, timed at Im. 4Ss.; Eager got over five fttriongs in Im. Jfis., and trie two year-olds, Sir Pereirale and PlaygirL ac counted for half a mile;at evens, while The Greek's portion was' a mile in ltn. S6b. Tiercel and All Colorirearne*! the sprint honor...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POWLETT RIVER COAL MINE. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

POWLETT BXYEE COAL MINE. MELBOURNE. March 13. Mr. McBride (Minister for Mines) states that he has no present intention of hand ing the Stale coal mine at Powlett River to the Railway Department. He believes \ thai ii will be the best equipped mine in i the southern hemisphere when it is ' placed under the control of the Bailway Department. I :

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

COMMERCIAL f In the grain markets on Saturday there. Iiras no material alteration. Wheat re mained quiet but steady at Friday's prices. Flour quiet, oats steadj', and bran in good demand. There were no special features about last week's trad ing, nor any great change in market quota tions, with the exception that whe-at slightly receded in value. The amount of business reported during the week, however, was very limited, and it is hoped that the wheat market has now touched bottom, also that business in this direc tion will revive. Since January 12 last wheat has had a sharp decline, having fallen from 4/3 to 3/11 for farmers' lots, which, however, is not fully representa tive of the decline in European markets, owing to the fact that freights are lower, and local prices have consequently held "better. Table of Wheat Prices, 1910. January, 1, farmers' price 4/1; pared, srice, 4/14 January 8, farmers price, 4/2; parcel 3price, 4/3. January 35, Farmers price, 4/3; parcel; ■J>rica, ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
YOUNG GLADIATORS. A CHAT WITH THE CROTTON BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

YOUNG GLADIATORS, A-GHAT WITH THE CBGTTON" BROTHERS. The Crotton Brothers, now appearing at*1 the Empire Theatre, in a unique athletic1 turn, are pleasant, modest, young In chatting with a representative of this 1 paper on Saturday, Emile, the eldei^ said "Otto was an ornamental ehiseller, and? I was a plaster of Paris modeller. We are not brothers. We met in Vienna at* the Siebenhrunner Atbletteu Club, and both of us took the keenest interest in", the gymnastic exercises. We performed^ first in Paris, at the Etoile Palaee in" the Avenue Wagram, under ilm"- style of Achil and Axes, and gave an athletic an<t gymnastic act. See, here is the pro gramme. You notice that when opened it takes the form .of a red-papfet* fan. Very nice for the audiences in hilt wea-n ther,-is^"t not? A hint to Australian man agers, eh? • We have travelled in Asia, • Europe, Africa, and Australasia, "and.go; from here to America,^ Otto is.an indent - stamp collector, if Peary had-happened to leave...

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

CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE DONE. BEN3IARK, ■ ■ March 11!—The > teoeiiS A heavy rain, though of mealculahlebenefit / to fanners and graziers in the mjri»TTy . •< dry country along-therivei, has done con* , siderable damage to fruit gated axea£. Gordos (muscatels), f16! har4 BPffr «* seem to haveisaf- "4 -ma7=?- *?' * have curoiate -to 's anything lite the extent one woald. ex p&*~ ..Sultanas are nearly all cracked! and mildewed ammd the stem, r -whieih M ■will cause a heavy loss in pickins.' and - depreciate thersatngle. .--f?.; °v^• , JQi many vases growers who had- trnit & out drying-did not stacfc it, fhinkijig^te '=i xam wonjd not eoatmoe. i . One of iEfigsa has bunfei several tonsof sultanas ;'-S others have redippedJthe . whole 1c#!~S3 v impromptu evapoatters ."are the order"of .a the day,:, .v , . •• .. ■ £he <rrop_ of curranls/ Bultanas--a»d " ■goruos wot&d have all been exceptionally heavy" but for the rain.. '., ' . ;j

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

The Senate Election You Must Vote for Three and You Should Vote for Story, Guthrie,& McGregot the labor candidates Authorised by EL Blandell, Trades HftlL

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HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

HONOR TO WHOM HONOE IS DOE. V$| To the Editor. Sir—Election time is approaching, and we of the Labor Party have to acknow i ledge, if we are iust, that our represen tatives have done more than justice So i their positions, and axe deserving of the continued support of the constituencies. I -is far as our Torrens men are concerned, | -ve have representatives who can 'be trusted, and each is a man of more than ordinary ability. Xhev are democrats; men of clean lives, devotion to the wel fare of the people, and constant in the oerformance of the duties they have un dertaken- What mere can we as reason able men and women ask than this? Fellow-electors, vote solidly for tbe inen who have proved themselves in the'past -is deserving of vour confidence. Thete j are some men who have never had the responsibility of public affairs upon their shoulders, who expect from members of Parliament a knowledge that is super human; an insight into the future, and a physical stamina for the endurance of...

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THE LABORERS' UNION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

' THE LABOJtEES' UNION. ■TD'tiie Rfeihr' Sir—Ina para^taph under the itoaSHig of "The Laborers'- tTnion" ia yonr jSSie of Saturday, appear® the foUowirig^tate meat;—"An application for affiliation, o-ith the'United labor/Party va6:r&ceht- -X ly .lodged by the&wtli'AustraliahI-abor era' Union, aiid the coioricll.^pcariteii. a • committee to coDSWM .jat^^errts pout «s forth by the appUi^t body.aiia the lJ^i- f| ted Laborers* Union, -fro® which, - itoy, - i | had .separated. . Chi Thursday ; night ;:^aA : ^ the meeting of th' councDlthe comniil-" t tee reported against -the. application, and 3m after a long maeossion if ,was: decided not to authorise affiliation*' 'As : t^ie ,rf member of the coMimlice' whb pres&- '& ted the .report, I desire ,4b .correct the a statement' thai' "the coniiaittiee reported , against the ap^Ucaiion." ySSiB ebnclna- 'li ing paragraph of; thfe report contained the tollowjng sentences:—"Your commit- .S tee beUeve-that in theft...

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

Why is the present-day Liberal like an electric wire*—Because be is liable to fuse.

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MODEL HOME FOR THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

MODEL HOME FOB THE ' POOR. ■ Although the first aim of all reformers should be to do away with poverty by the adoption of better social conditions, we have in the meantime to provide for ex isting conditions, and to feed and care for the poor. Our methods are crude, ^nd even cruel, and therefore' the fol lowing article in the "Comhill," by Edith Sellers, describing the home for the aged poor that haa been established and is maintained by the people of tienna .at. Lairiz/ siioiUd be reaiiwitb interest. -Miss S.ellers writefe froin personal observation, aod: thus:describes.:her <reception hy-. the aged pensioners': . ; "A more patented little company I tiaVe never, seeiij nor a litfle company onj better tejrms- wich themselves and Ui< world at large- They welcomed me jrv the most friendly fashion, as hosts weI coming a guest; and when they he:ira that I had come all the way.from EngLixv to see what their new home was like tiifcv beamed with delight. For they are,...

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

FERTILISER FROM THE Am .. Every fanner knows that fertilisers most be rich in nitrates t6 produce the best results, and he also knows that such fertilisers are expensive. Through the invention of a Norwegian chemist the pros pect of a supply of fertilising nitrates at a low price and in unlimited quantities is now passible. Professor Birk eland, of Christian! a, while making Some electrical 'experiments, discovered that .be bad found a way of extricating the nitrogen from the air. Accordingly, he set about perfecting his accidental invention. This was six years ago. There.is now in Nor way a company which is turning out cal iciuioi nitrate—a compound of lime and nitrogen—by the ton for use as fertiliser. Lime dug from the hills and air—a mix ture of oxygen and nitrogen—furnish the material. Common air is forced through la powerful electric flame, and its two gases unite to form nitric oxide—a gas which absorbs more oxygen when exposed I to air. By a well-known process it is changed ...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. (From "The Daily Herald" Special Correspondent). Perth, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

WESTERN AUSTRALIA.] (From "The Paily Herald" Special Correspondent). Perth, Mardh 8. One rpust needs' write upon politics for j there is nothing else. It is the one topic in speech and the only subject in the-J papers. . Never; has ■ a political campaign been entered upon with such splendid i ferocity as this. It promises fair to b. the Armageddon of. politics, and tin Waterloo of - paRies. Even racing mei j .-are.recognising that the. racecourse is not tfee-only .arena of ilnportant contests,;and incrie-or >{w<3 instencfes khights of thr cue also have been Tmbftjri to foresake the green table's 'f6t 'the^ greater part of an livening to. attend a political meeting. .'This is as-lit should be.' The men who ■v.'akly whine that it "makes no differ | 'wVee'io them , who is elected" are surely I iciong- the "unfits"'. and the "degent-v ■vs-" of this generation. If the laws m i "ive under are of importance, then oui I -•;<qicer Ot men >. to make those laws not1...

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

MAX SWIFT & Co.'s Furniture Stocktaking SALE. 6-Piece Drawing- Boom Suite, Solid Black wood Frames, nicely upholstered in Tapes try and Plush, Sale Price, £4 lOa* COLONIAL SOFA, WITH LEATHER CUSHIONS, Sale Priee. 42s. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 O'CLOCK. MORRIS CHAIR, as illustrated, with ?Cretonne Cushions, Sale JPriee, 87s. 6d. MAX SWIFT & Co. THE BED BUILDING, 67, HINDLET STREET, ADELAIDE. THE WHISKY OF TBI UNIVERSE ; -•. V ■ Buchanan's SEAL." BOTTIiED IN £POT£AND- v .>* T'" ' —" 1 ■ 1' ~ i m m. Workers' Clothing1 Palace USABLY OPPOSITE TOWN HATiTj, St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide, AND Ho 3, Hindley Street. ■ ^ v . CENTS' CRASH "SUITS ^ Special Clearing Prices,, 10/6, 12/G^ 15/6 • GENTS* TAK BOOTS, 16/6 GENTS' GLACE KH> B&L&OBAI&, 10/6, 12/6, H/Bi . JSr/^ ARTHUR BROWN & CO. The Oldest Cocoa Firm is Manufactured by British Labor u&der fair conditions. D. & J. Fowler, Limited, Agents. METTERS' MILLS' will pump wa...

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THE NEWMARKET TRAGEDY. ENQUIRY CONCLUDED. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

THE KEWMABKET TRAGEDY. ENQUIRY CONCLtTDED, MELBOURNE, March 13. The enquiry into the Newmarket tra gedy, in which John Kennedy shot his wife and then committed suicide, has been -concluded. The evidence showed that the whole 'cause of the trouble was owing to .Kennedy not supporting his wife.: A letter, left by Kennedy, was lead T>y the -Goioner, which, alleged that Watson, a Queensland man, had lived with his wife for the last six months, and put him out of the house by.'a-trick. • He also alleged that he caught Watson in his wife's room one morning. Watson, in giving evidence, denied inti macy. The Coroner said that the letter showed that Kennedy being jealous was probably the cause of the-tragedy. He also said there was not sufficient evidence to determine tiie state of-Kennedy's mind.

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