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THE STRATHNESS CASE. McLEAN ACQUITTED. GLADSTONE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
TEE STBAIHNESS CASK McLEAN ACQUITTED. GLADSTONE, March 13. The trial of Hector McLean, second en of the steamer Strathness, was con cluded on Saturday evening at Gladstone. Th'j accused, who was committed for triai on a charge of feloniously slaying a Chinese fireman whilst at sea, was acquit ted. It. is reported that much dissatisfaction exists amongst the Chinese crew as the result: of the trial, and trouble is antici pated in getting them to resume the voy age in the Strathness. The Strathness, with a crew of 28 Chi nese and eight Europeans left Calcutta on January 24. Thu Chinese crew alleged that up to February 18 their deceased comrade was subjected to great violence by MeLean, who was the second engineer, under whose control the Chinaman was. Thej alleged that there were several as saults, and that McLean knocked the de cease about and kicked him on several occasions. On February 17 the deceased was kicked and beaten while squatting on the floor of the engine room. After that...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
New Grocery Prices For New Daily Paper. We -served over our counters from Monday, March 7th to Saturday -night, March 12, 8,345 CUSTOMERS. Hundreds of orders were sent to us from Suburbs and Country., in addi tion to these. ARE YOU OWE OF THESE? IF NOT, -READ OUR PRICES. WE DELIVER TH EVERY SUBURB. SCGAH, 1A, 2£d. per lb. JAMS— 2-lb. Tins Qoince ^ ^ •• 4d. Plum M .. M u .. 5d. Raspberry .. .. — w . . — _ — 7d. Black Currant .. _ — .. 7cL Apricot ~ 6d. Orange Marmalade — ^ 6d. CAKDCES— Economic _ M •. 5£d. Exhibition w w —- — »••«. — 6£d SOAP— Harford's No. S£&lt;L Velvet .. .. .. .. .. — — — M 6|&lt;L Suds — — —. _ —. .. — fk£d. Signal — _ _ _ .. 9£d. Black Lead, Zebra ■— » _ 7£d. doz. Cocoa, Fry's, tine — «~ — &lt;— — ~~ .. 173 lb. Apricots, dry .. .. ~ .. 6&d. lb. Apples, dry — — — — 5£&lt;L lb. Honey, 2-lb. tins .. « • - •- - — .. -7|d. tin Jellies, imparted .. - .. lO^d. doz. Costards, imported _ — — .. «. 9£d- doz. MILK— Nestle's or Milkm...
PORTLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
PORTLAND RAILWAY. The local Agricultural Bureau! (writes our Mount' Gambier correspon dent) will suggest at the conference! of district bureaus, to be held at Bor dertown on April 12, that the south east should have a representative oni the advisory board of the Portland! Railway League. The bureau has de-! cided to fall in with tjie Victorian] Railway Fighting League, and press for the Portland railway; also to take steps to get. Mr. Grant Hervev,. the well-known journalist, who is arousing interest in the question in the wes tern district of Victoria, to come here! and deliver an address.
RAIN IN THE FAR NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
RAIN IN THE FAR NORTH. The Deputy • Postmaster-General, Adelaide, on Saturday received the fol lowing telegram from Hergott Springs: —"Birdsville mail arrived this morn ing at 8 o'clock. and reports the fol lowing rainsBirdsville, si inches, extending to within 20 miles of Goyder Lagoon; Goyder Lagoon, i£ inches; Mount Gason, i£ inches; Mirra Mitta, 2 inches; Cowarie, 2 inches; Mungera nie and Multlia, 1 inch; New Well, i.inch; Kopperamanna and KSlalpa nina, 3 inch; Blazes Well, Dulkanina, and Clayton, j inch; and Lake Hairy, 2 inches."
RACE QUESTION IN CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
RACE QUESTION IN CUBA. in Cuba the race question is com : liuu^ci by the tact thai the negroes 7 it!« iiciivc iilid iCIpUiluIlL piiXl in ' .}»• Ad! v. itii .Sptiir., -vi«>pi> if'ii it- i'LS : i;;Ur y&lt;;u-.- *»->* #• ii.»^ m if&lt;;»j&lt;jn?y m ilii' ;• -m:!!! in.!:' ?i: '.'if r.ir.k- :&lt;l i11♦ • rcb* f 'ii'it.y, ^ - .. jj*. j \'> W \*f.A * •- v sVUi'j'Mt *• ■ ■•■II ;;u-.' U (' d • jji.» i!i > -. • .M i;j i>. "" i)i\» w.j Minted I ..nv.i::;*!; lix-iii-ii •••• ; • .• t.,:. v."« \i • ■■■ ,:i. • ::r. :,v. .? •■,}>.■.•.■ ih -li.c. !h,.? >" -«- \ -iiouici &lt;'!}-: y .. v :u c;va.bli.ri. ::i iL«: i.'.'iiU laci/aj ^ico^cijo.ns ot iiii- kjjid !ach ex is c :r. ;hc United States. As a • *ov€iTinier»L organ in Havana puts it, ' tbe Amciicar.b must be taught by 5 he strong ar:r. of The law that they •aill 75o» he p- j rr-i;;cd to introduce C oi?a u-> ;i! i-t»ro sentiments• :n $ 'uitcu States,'*' and. -r:';ei- fajji; , .Ti-i....
LATE SPORTING. POET ADELAIDE WEIGHTS. Run March 19. TRIAL STAKES (HANDICAP.) Six [?]igs. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
LATE SP0ST1M. POET ADELAIDE WEIGHTS. Run -March 19. TRIAL STAKES (HANJHCATT). Sis fuzi tigs. ISLAND HANDICAP. For two-year-olds. Five lurlongs. 9 7 First Shot .. 8 3 Spanker .. . . S'll Eager 8 10 Lord Ayran .. 8 6 Calamus ... .. 8 6 jKirn 8 5 Monfcacute. ,f Ayrlooh.. Tlie Pagan All Colours Papdion .. Sergius .. Baza .. .. Harpagus.. Playgixl.. ... .. « a COVE HANDICAP. - Five farioD£s. Radiant • .. .. .. $10 Patidanus . , Young Fred .... 9 7 Tbunderess .. . Lprd Stafia ,.."8 12 Hose Morn ... , P&lofcta 8 10 Leap Tear. .. . Tiercel 8 9. Silver Morn .. . Becky 8 7 Guntatrang .. , Lady Dudley. .. 7 12 Kopenick.. .. . Xord Euston . .. 7 12 Flaveria Tbe Rasp.. .. .. 7 11' Tostig's Pledge Blue Moon. «► .. 7 10 Calamus Modjeska ..... 7 7 Kathleen Mantilla 7 7 Sonata The Pagan .... 7 6 Graitmore. .. . Remploi .. «... 7 5 Thunderclap . . Bruri .. .. .... 7 5 ... . Dante ^ .. .. .. 7 5 Jack Johnson . Netley ........ 7 4 Grpy Dawn.. » Aarifera _ .. ... 7 3 CANAL "WELIEtt. One mile. Me...
A POINTED MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
A POINTED MATTER. With the advent of the mammoth hat now worn by lovely woman, there j has been evolved another menace toj the safety of the travelling: - public, j The Merry Widow headgear has aj crown of such dimensions and is so top heavy generally that many formid-i able weapons are utilised to keep the monster in position. Lurking among the bows and furbelows -which adom the spreading hat of femininity, are the points'of these skewers, and in a crowd the unknowing male runs a great danger of being punctured. The other day a woman lyas travelling in the next-to^back seat of a tram, and wear ing what looked like a befrilled and flowered hedgehog upon her head. A man was standing behind her, and when the car pulled up "with a jerk he lurched forward and then came back. He voluntarily lurched forward again with great speed, and turned round to see what had spiked him in the back. After a brief investigation he disco vered the menace which lurked amidst the decorations,- and for the...
EIGHTPENCE HALFPENNY AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
EIGHTPENCE HALFPENNY AN hotr. The lair A3r. Thomas i'rict; Jjijti cvor ht: oi v.&lt; ri- o t. \K-torr hi On* '»■' [•;• 4»b.icv^ )h swxvt: ii' It. j;ci. ?or • \ ;-ry eir|/:e»yi- it* :h. K;rlv;r*~ :-t n }r:".iin}uni v ft .*• ij-^v ti;*y i a p!.;pk .1" 'i:- '..ibuv P.irU" •_ t--rr:~. at»*i !!'.■ ' ',■!••>.-> '1 !'■ i:. tht-:-1 i:- nv-i-ii f"-»i p: i:i:n r- ■' ,m\ 1 &lt;■>r 1 • ' ■' n . '■ ■ 1 ijinln: ."J.!: !;y ;l Mi:.!? »hn 1: in !.ir. ;--UV ''O.'icc 10 r.;i!v;j. S. ri.ivr he heading of "Vacavcies'- is prinu:d ■.he following- enticing- call for applica tions :—"Night watchman for Islington Works. Applicants must be able-bodied men. Wages, 7/ per night of ten hours; seven nights per week, and time and 1 quarter for Sunday time." Nearly ■%ightpence halfpenny an hour for an ibie-bodied mnn to keep watch Through •he hours of darkness at a big, drears' vorks ! Snrelv there will be a. rush for the position.
A LAMP EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
A LAMP EXPLOSION. A railway employe named Courtney,) whilst at work in the running shed;, i on Saturday night, met with injuries; of a painful nature, through the ex-j ijlosion of a lamp He was removed to ', •.he Adelaide Hospital for treatment, j and on enquiry last night it was ascer-i cained that he was progressing well, i
NATIVE WARFARE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
NATIVE WARFARE. Frequently ..reports are furnished from die outposts of civilisation with reference to fights between various na tive tribes, and usually these are of a sensational nature,, for the savages display utmost barbarity when they are in open conflicts. The latest re port to band is from Mr. J. R. McPher son, who has been conducting a tre» panging expedition along the north coast, in the vicinity of Rolling Bay. Sir. McPherson has given full details of a deadly encounter between tribes from Junction Bay and Liverpool River. The Liverpool River blacks, to the number of about 40, came down upon the Junction Bay natives, but their marauding intentions were ex pected, so -that both parties were pre pared for a fight to death, spears formed the chief weapon of attack, although a number of the natives were in possession of weapons and iron bars recovered from the wreck of the Australian. The battle was fought with the parties some distance ajjart until the Tunction Bay natives o...
ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
accident. Last evening, about 6 o'clock, George Dick, carrier, in the employment of Mr. J. J. Bennett, of Aldinga, was at tempting' to get into his van in Brown street, when th eteam, composed of four horses, shied. Brown was thrown to the ground, and the wheels passed over his leg. The injuries were not of a-serious nature.
"FRIGHTENED THE LIFE OUT OF THEM." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
"FRIGHTENED THE LIFE OUT OF THEM." The zeal which is displayed by the police constable in order to bring offenders to book, or to secure a con viction. is often conspicuous if not always well-directed. In the State Children's Court on Saturday morning one officer was giving: the details of a charge laid against a couple of lads who were accused of riotous behaviour. Hs stated that he was taking one boy to one of the schools, to be identified ■in connection with the damage done "o property, when both the accused called out, "Who captured the Kelly gang? Let the boy go." "Then," con tinued the constable, "after I had visited the school and returned to these boys and chased them, they ran into a private house, and frightened the life out of the woman there." "And is she dead ?" asked Mr. Gordon. "Oh, no, sir," replied the witness. The interjection, however, had the effect of abruptly terminating the offi cer's thrilling narrative.
THE STARVING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
thectAeving man. ■^Btairoflg for a living" is the term that - .anight-^be^ JOJpii^d to Giuseppe Saeeo "f™»;ffy»;fitting- TTmjpiinanJ who Will shortly begin a fedatfi'^ast in Adelaide. %teci^premises aie now being prepared ■lor irim ^t jtbe cqmer "of . Hindley and ,&lt;jiesham ^zeete.-SaecoEtatesthat before ^beginning his: fast -be takes no heartier anpftl. tTian osnal, ami finds -that mental rather than l»dily worries - are apt to canse bim traahle dining theprogress of. the fast. ■
A BOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
A BOLT. Yesterday, a pony belonging' to Mi*; \V. O. Wcidenbach. of Glen Osmond*-. created _ bom.- _ &lt;-xciteiticnt by dashing KiYv;il;am strcc-! attached to ri Miiky. w,t an aiK-ndaw. and -.viii.;.,-;.- • n. Mr. Wcidenbach. uVi'V'-' :&&lt;• XiT'li Knad Cr-mi-terv. Whil. th.f.n. rini'nrti ;■ iiynct i'oia ih>- i».;«!. ari-1 :!ie v,I'lKvi- rofl '1 ht. ji-jny lfn;n i-.-.rr! c. 'i hevi* ;i younjr nian In tlie hi.' lli'lci uir :.i) til,; I'fi'ifc ior a criii-iam'c. i indirig- that n i.iul.i noi chcck tho matj r.ireer of a;.imai any louder, hr lot go tlie aiid juuii"-d oj.'. at "b- back of ■he trap. The hursc came through ■ North Adelaide and np the hill into: King William street, where its long run was ended by the wheel of the trap colliding with the back of a cab. The only damage suffered was a few ratches to boih vehicles. ? lis Excellency the Governor-Gene ral has received a cablegram that the Countess of Dudley is progressing i.^facrorily from the operati...
ROTUNDA CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
JMTOK»A>CpKCE!Er. ' Tha /MTIifowyJBanfl lieia,» concert at the an -excellent 3 trragraiiiBelyae -caiiied'oni- ' Under the "faaiimfcf JSejgeipt J-JIaley, ihe:baiid ren jd£jir^fa&i^9wing'iiDir^berEr-^OFerture, ' KJfcojm'-JManiond ;"Marches, ""Arabia ■ and • Jwi&lt; i ar in Gran ■aS&^Mwiiww.u.-'Majny' Monarch;'waltz, ElauJdJgice; |hjpr^pSan'd6y- Notwith \trtaodii^i-the cold weather' there was a . Jj^^faitenSfince.'.anH' the memorial- fund to ' BaT>dRm«n JEL .MnggletoD, in aid of Tffhich the rorieert yias given, should mate-! anally Ijenefit.
CHURCH PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
CHURCH PARADE For the past two years the Rev. A. H. Collins, of the Parkside Baptist. Church, has devoted one Sunday even ing in the month to speak upon demo cratic subjects. The addresses have befen well attended by people in the irarkside and Unley districts. With a view to celebrating the second anniver sary of these services, a church pa rade was arranged by a committee, -oniposed of members of the Unlev Dcinuoratic Union and members of Mr. Coliins' church, on Sunday night. ■,> • ■ : \*hich was headed by •h; .-ciiv.i;ion Aimy jiand, and about iu-Jii t ; r''luiaer.i sup ; i:11 ■rr ■ ! ilit- j.u!s-ir niarc'b •ii ir-'-v. 1'jrk ;»ir:i.--&lt;_■ sir .v,*•(-.- ». tun h. '! h--' bu'k'inj; »i; v.rij ■ .Mi. Ciiii.'i-' ii.livi.-tcd l-.u i-l.i • -ii"i iiuviVM'n--^ :u;il -r.i'.uc'd ihi- v.h-iic o! iup liUOsUG;;: a j;! f; he ■•.!.-iV duiiii-.; m.TjC;: h;-'i bcon u]x;n ;ho' !':l; l: - :'t til.- Iilhl-.. H>: Ulg^U i Ji - * n- f 1m- a close-rrcJaiioii-j •i;:p ijL-i-,\.:-v'ii those ...