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FILL THE EMFTY SPACES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
FILL THE EMFTY SPACES. ' : Land monopoly is the curse of ;2Sos tralia.' With immense areas of fertile land within reasonable distance of great centres of population, blessed with a regular rainfall, sufficient to support 50 millions of people in .comfort, a population of less than five millions cannot obtain land for its own limited requirements. The foundation of all national greatness and prosperity most rest upon some form of agrionroiral or pastoral pursuits. In the Common* wealth nearly 80 per cent, of the peopJLe live in towns, over 50 per cent. are crowded in the six capital cities of the several States. Such conditions are unnatu ral; they make for. degeneration, they invite disaster, they make healthy pro gress impossible. Vie must get the bulk of the people on the land. To-do that we must loll land monopoly. If we do not destroy land - monopoly it will surely destroy us.
PINNAROO RAILWAY FLOODED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
PINNAROO RAILWAY FLOODED. I The exceptionally heavy wet weather last week caused the flooding of some of the stations on the Pinnaroo -line. From one point of view, this was un ! fortunate, as a larg'e quantity of wheat was stacked in those yards close to the ground, especially' at Pinnaroo and Lameroo.. To meet this exceptional condition of affairs, the railways. have 60 waggons loaded with wheat coming off the Pinnaroo line to-day, and al though Sunday working is recognised as being most objectionable, arrange ments were made for the running of two special trains yesterday to Pin naroo and Lameroo respectively, in order to assist the merchants to save the wheat, which might otherwise be lost. Twenty-one special wheat trains ran. over the south line-yesterday.
FUSION Candid[?]TES AT TAHEM BEND. TAILEM BEND, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
FUSION C&mMD&Tass iAt ymraaf BEJJD, uu iianjxso&y "aught-tbe^yniEdoii- iqw* ■ •aentaiives XMessis. 3fmdlster -and-^Bddy) ; -and Mr. Livingston addressed ->st Bmall meeting in tiie institute Sail. ' -audience were Baboriies. r,3iofoert' Upton occupied-the jHatt". . 'Mi. Body said iie ijelieTCd Jthere^WBS fc great fatnie for Tailein'-Bend. ' "'He-woold support a progressive ^jioKcy 'of >"-land • settlement, and snggest^ the riflmTng of light railways as feeders -to thelaain lines. He had supported iiberalismall his life,, and had Tun a good eeeond-'ia an election held in Victoria 38yeaxs .ago-'. If returned hetwodld-do 'liis oestto as sist in carrying «utLite:3>oUiy,TBet»OB&lt;r:l3y;. the Governmeni^thaiiwas^jas ifar «LS-ii& could. He strongly Sobjected :4o ^ihe re solution passed ,i>y the Trades =andsliabaE Council to the: eSect that Ahe mfliteiy'Jje not called out'in.&lt;case*of strikes. . Mr. Piodlater ioJlowed mQch jontSi...
LABOR CANDIDATES AT BROMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
LABOR CANDIDATES AT BBOMPTOK. On Saturday evering several lirmdbreds assembled at Chief street, Brompton, to hear Messrs. M- eGillivray, Chesson, and Green, cand«Jrtes for the State Par liament, and Mr. Atchibald, for the Fed eral Parliament, d&lt; al with the fusion of the Pease-Butler parties. Mr. (hesson, speaking upon the atti tude of the Labor Party toward the far mer, made it clear tbat -his party was the friend, and not the enemy, of the produc ing classes. Messrs. GreeYi and MacGil livray si so deliv^r-.d telling addresses, and the iatter gentleman aroused the audience to loud a^ilause when hestated that had a Labor Government been in power :n New South Wales the coal strike would not have lasted more than a week or two. The parties 'would have been told to settle the trouble without I06S of time. air. Green dealt mainly, with industrial questions, andappeaiea. to the electors to give Labor a majority on election day, not so much for -theJ# sakes as for the sake of t...
Election Campaign MR. GOODE'S TBENCHANT CRITICISM. SPALDING, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
Election Campaign MR. GOODE'S TBENCHAKT CRITICISM. SPALDING, March 33 Mr. Clarence Goode, with others, spok* at a meeting here last week. It was a memorable address. Mr. Goode, refer ring to the Farmers' and Pro ducers' Political Onion, asked:—"Why should these ' people call them selves Liberals? Why be ashamed of being a Conservative if there is no thing in their politics to be ashamed of} Is it a disgrace to be a Conservative V The new union was really the N.D.L. un der another name. Mr. Goode read extracts to show -that Mr. Peake, at the opening of- the hall -at Yongala Blocks, asked the farmers -to treat the -N.D.L. -the same as they would a snake, or a leper, or a fever,-or-words to that effect. "Keep-as far-&lt;away from it as possible," saidi^Mr. Peake, -but sow, that same serpent had fascinated-3£z> Peake, and was running, or had -him running with them. Mr. Goode emphatically denied that Mr. Jackson ever favored strikes or advised violence. "Mr. Jackson," said Mr....
PARMERS' UNION SURPRISED. NO WALKOVER AFTER ALL. MOUNT GAMBIER March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
PAEKESS' TTNION SCEEKiSED, NO WA&EOVEB AFIEB **t: Momir -GA3rBt32it ar«rrf> 71 I Considerable surprise -was -expressed when the ssws came to.Jband on Thursday - afternoon -ihaiSir -iahoelofc St irling and Mr. 3oin: Oowan," Farmers' union candidates for:£fae Council, were to-frave opposition, .asilhzee other candidates had - heen ' nominated. The Farmers' Union: is at'once taking steps to pursue the Council selection. cam-i paiffl more *vigOTotisIy-;. ^ir Stirling and ' Mr. - CofPiin: .had ; previously] expressed their thanks £fpr ~4he ment of a walkover.1
The Dailg [?]erald. ADELAIDE: MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1910. STAGNATION OR PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
tPje UaUir Urntft. ADELAIDE: MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1910. STAGNATION OR PROGRESS. Amid all the dust and fog: and con fusion that has pervaded the political atmosphere in connection with the re cent attempts to bring the obstructive parties together- one fact only stands i out dearly. The sole object of each, opposing party is to defeat Labor at the coming elections. Policy does not count. The good of the community does not count. The material progress of the State, and the moral and social condition of the people do not count. Over and over again the assertion has been plainly made that the one and only great aim of the fusion has been to break- down the growing power of ih&lt;? Labor Pany. This is ihe most impor tant fan in th'' ■•I'liir-;) lo be fought out a&lt; tin.: p.-.Us on April 2. 1; ».- t.r thi? that thv .-mention of beiicver> &lt;n &lt;ho nt rfic. Niaio .;Mii nf ihr- sr^it Aiisifalia:; of vbi&lt;-h tin. Sum- . lorrii- » hmi«x> ren' ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. Announcements under tbifi heading mast be au thenticated by the name and address of the sender,.and »ili be incited st a charge (of two shillings and cu^ence eaoh. If j five Hoes, aspence per line extra. IN WEMORIAM. XANGDON.-^-tn loving memory of my dear vile, and mother, who died at -Encoonter Bay, March 14^ 1309; also James Albert, son of the above, * .3 died through aorident, on August lb, X9Q2.. There vas ito last look or wotd o* love, So suddenly on ut oar sozxomt fail; Cur dear ones pased to their btane above. Without bidding, us n,- last f&rewelL —Joserted by her .loving husband attd family.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
• i • :> -v. ^-•fA j. ««,>., „, HisffssKfem.,, . IDUH. , will. require . ^election day, alteration of the ion. :* •• •". '.'i ••• • •.' 5T&1E DEBTS-VOTE "YES." /Tiie iafcinj?l?j3ver of State debts' by die CctairioiiwealthThe Constitu tion ai'prtserit provides that the Com inoDWEaMi'^biay take over the State . 4iebf& :w&Gh werfe contracted' prior to ysderatiiau .The debt at die time of] -Sedeiaittm' amounted to £199,49^525, and *he' annual interest charge is jC7,k6bi57'- The various States have piirce .^borrowed a further £48,475,009, cbsang'in interest ^1,^79,124 annually. iElefctorts TTifl have ' an opportunity of anfihorisiii}? the Commonwealth to -take "• over the . whole of the State debts. The most eminent financial «xperts afiurm that a great saving in the, aimnal .interest bill would result. The saving could he devoted to a sinking fund for the purpose of ex tinguishing -the debt; and the Labor Party strongly urge electors to vote "Yes" pn the br...
TWO KINDS OF PUBLIC MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
TWO KINDS OF PUBLIC MEN. On Saturday night the Central Mar bet was as busy as it has ever been, but all its attractions could not draw away the large crowd which surround ed the Labor speakers in front of the Trades HalL Several vehicles were drawn up on the outskirts of the mass of people, and the occupants sat in envied comfort and listened to the speeches. Mr. E. A. Roberts bore the brunt of the tack of stimulating: the audience, which included several ladies, to do their utmost to secure the return of the tabor men on April 2. He stood in the public street, and not only tolerated interjections, but welcomed them, knowing there was nothing in the policy he was advocating of which he need be ashamed. "I am in a very generous mood to-night," he remark ed. "If you don't like tie Labor can didates—here a number of standi la borites grew restless and wondered what treachery was in the air—go and listen to the other side." . The speaker paused, and then the vast ex tent of his generosi...
CULTURED MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
CULTURED MOUNT GAMBIER. The Director of Education with In spector Jijeale visited the Mount Gam bier Public School and the High School at the end of last week. The need of improved seating accommo dation was acknowledged, and the staff is to be strengthened by another teacher. -The Director in the evening" conferred with the School of Mines Council as to whether that institution and the High School could be housed together, and afterwards chose a site for-the High School building, for which £250o is on the Estimates. ^The local University extension committee have decided to ask Professor Henderson to give a series of lectures at Mount Gambier daring the August University vacation. A subject will - be chosen when it is known whether he &lt;•»" visit the town.
LOCKING THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
LOCKING THE MURRAY. The statement made by Mr. Verran (Leader of the Parliamentary Labor Party) in his policy speech (writes our Rjenmark correspondent). "that 'the Labor Party would not stand any funny business over the Murray waters agree ment, and if they got into power they were prepared to put in locks straight away,' has been received with consider able satisfaction here, as it is now considered inevitable that the party will triumph over the 'feline Kilkenny ites' who are opposing it." ,
ANOTHER AWFUL SPECTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
ANOTHER AWFUL SPECTRE, j - The Fusionist Party, hard pressed' for aav argument to justify their exis tence, have adopted the expedient em ployed a few years ago by the then political comedian of the Common-' wealth, now its ornamental High Commissioner. Sir George Reid entered upon an anti-Socialist campaign, the chief features of which were its absurdity and its utter failure. For the carry-! ing out of his purpose, he created the! notorious "tiger," so ably caricatured by the "Bulletin." The Sydney jour-j nal having' knocked the stuffing out. of the Reid tiger, the creature disap peared. Now the Fusionist Party of South Australia have found another ogre, a creature represented as being more dangerous and deadly than the effigy set up by Sir Geoige Reid. They call it the Trades Hall Party, and to it is attributed all the ills that at present afflict the community and the many greater and more" grievous troubles that are to come. It does not matter apparently that ao "Trades Hall Pa...
THE THIBETAN TROUBLE. BRITISH PRESSURE ON CHINA. REMOVAL OF TROOPS WANTED. A SERIOUS OUTLOOK. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
THE THIBETAN TROUBLE. BRITISH PRESSURE ON CHINA. REMOVAL OP TROOPS WANTED. ! J&. SERIOUS OUTLOOK. LONDON, March 13. Tinder the guise o' friendly representa tions, the British Government are bring ing heavy pressure to bear on China to remove her troops from Thibet as speedi Xy as possible. Authorities state that there is no con cealing 1 the anxiety which has been aroused over the military spirit shown by China, which the invasion of Thibet indicates. According to British students of Oriental conditions, .the possibili ties of this new peril causing trouble in TTuKa are not to be minimised. "It cannot be pretended," says the London "Daily Telegraph," "that the un locked for turn of events does not raise one problem of vital importance. For the first time since Britain took over the government of Indif. we shall have to use force against China, which is. en camped at our very gates, and we shall be fortiraate indeed if the new northern frontier c\ es not soon prove as constan...