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THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

fcerary part of.-Uie ffil&iL;,, There Was; .. Jiiran itf-the e*;first-:poiii6n e, and 1a"!06zfea iby the members; ij^pliyof the cor .forjmich ilmusd .;:3were~ acrobats o£ 'vH - 3>elevale < arid * Gfl _,fch''sijii^'do;xi^-seemv 3aadifince, 'for their ^^-^t-wellVTEceivEa. • Oii ,4~isv<&Qt, CirGugh a number —anftilhe eccentricities ' « jc&S - " Hlfe* ^ ■ ■*•' "ing^-'a^ts^fc»lS5i>,3sss6oing,*taiid'snap v ^jortiae ^^y. Warnssey and 'Alton Teas >c •<iererly Sane: •* '-The 4«5ngs ol the \~Base I sisters; -M^;Bn^htieVSmiiii, Miss Lily' ' "7oi®^ jiM'?M&!'StenacSHiith,''a^ded to j the !att^tions-': *EqyjEene,B fl*Tifr.iiVg was

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

Mr. EIoyd-Qeorge is famous for his bril liant repartee and biting sarcasm. "I am here/' he remarked once at a political meeting, but before he had time to finish the sentence* a noisy * interrupter had chimed in, "And so am I." But the re tort was as quick sis it was overwhelming. 'TTes—but you are not all there!" "What do our opponents want?" he enquired in a recent speech. In the momentary pause that followed the question there came a voice, husky from the effects of alcohol, "What I want is a change of Go vernment." "No, no," was the ready re ply, "What you. really want is- a change i of drink. J" ; To-day the English language spoken by about 13S/XX^3Q0 people. TSuee hun dred years ago, in the time of Queen , Elizabeth, the language was Bpoken by i about 5,000^000 people, nearly all of *whom - lived in the British Isles.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOTANIC PARK. PLAIN-SPEAEING BY-MR. BLUNDELL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

• PLAIN-SPEAEING BY-MR. BLUNDELL. That wiiole-Eouled band, of enthusiasts, the Labor Begulatior League, has per formed yeoman service for progress and for humanity ihxougii the medium of its. Sunday afternoon meetings at the Bo tanic -Park. Be it vet or fine, never a Sunday passes but the gospel of the Labor Parly, which stands for truth, purity in political life, and the abolition of jobbery, is expounded. The members of the league ardently believe that the conditions of humanity are capable of infinite improvement, and believing this they labor by every means in their power to eSect an alteration. If there is a widow struggling to maintain a large family the league comes to the rescue and by de voting an afternoon'* collection to the purpose materially lightens the burden for "at least one family. If there is a man stricken down at" work and unable to provide for those' dependent on him, again the league comestofhis assistance, and gives him sufficient" to tide over the time of ne...

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

ADELAIDE CAHEBA CLUB. TCife"3ast. meeting of the above club was held •on' Friday ^evening, when ,ibe President (Mr. P. H- Wfflmnw)" successfully demonstrated multiple jnorniBng andpasse paitout framing (pronounced jpaas par-too). * The improvement attained by mountzng' a commonplace picture on several plain tinted or_ at. papers was manifested by com •parison witii a companion print on a commercial amount or on a plain mount- The golden rale for izm^ple monnting is to T)egin from the cen tre ana work outwards, trimming each succes sive paper after the tnfmnting of its predeces sor- Once mounted it was simplicity itaeli to cut a sheet of glass and a piece of cardboard to t>3 same size as the mounted picture. Should a bevelled edge be desired the cardboard hftfWng should 1>e cot somewhat larger than the mounted "print and the glass. Then bind the two to gether (with the mounted print between) cither ■with the tending specially made for the purpose or with stops of suitably color...

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

CHAUFFEUBS: AND PUBLIC. Legislation is .being framed for the State -oI New York .to,-protect the public from -motor.car,-drivers guilty of criminal iwtlpssnpsa, - more particularly that va riety called--by "Americans "joy riders," who steal their .Bister's car for an excur sion, and who, .when they fun over any body. , have not sufficient courage to stay and. lender assistance. Quite a. large nnmber -of. deaths .are at ^ntoted almost daily to -reckless chauf •fears, chiefly "joy riders," accompanied! by'lady friends, and in the tiwHwrn me- i -trcpolis Hie scandal has lately reached re-! cord proportions. Kow it is proposed that nobody shall be permitted to operate •a motor car who cannot satisfy the public authorities that he has sufficient techni cal qualifications, and also that the act -of trying to escape after a chauffeur has caused an -accident, shall be made crime, which, if the guilt Is established, shall be punishable as the criminal law provides. According, to many critics...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIA V. NEW ZEALANI). WELLINGTON (N.Z.), March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

AjOSTEAilA V. NEW ZESStANl). WELUNCTON (N.Z.), Mjxcb \X5. Another meich between Austrs*» »<* i Uew 7-PAbTvi was in 3T«w Zeal* '-nd I in fin a weafecr. .New Zealand, in i he first innings scored 155, 81ms not- -out ^ 51 being the principal scorer. In the boii l j.-ig Wliirty took 6 for 53^ Armstrong 3 fa r 28. and Emery 1 for 23. In their seeooc ■ innings Ne*c Zealand -are ^ for 2DL Lu*k madx5 59» -and Haddon-47»>Sacid.3MErdlfflie n<A oat 41. . The Australians first innings yielded! 306. Bardsley was respoDs9>le for 97, Aimstrong 72, and Kelleway 52. In the ] bowling Bermett took 5 for-tfS^Bfieseri^fotr ; ^>5r a^d -Oliff 1 for 84.

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

THE CASE OF JOHN ROBINS. Eleven of the jury who tried John •;'bins for tile murder of Robert Ownswonh have signed a petition graving his E>.cr-ik-ncy the Governor o exercise lL-_ ;;iu:w;iiiivc of mercy owards the rawrma'.u man, on ihc grounds that the jurors conFidered •Acre rircui.istances in the case A'liich jum 111u■ (i 1' i: a ■ :^ recommen dation to mercy, a. V'hat had they ioi believed thai lJicir recommenda ;on would have been acted upon by iiie Executive, :h:.ir verdict would in all probability have been a different one. The peiiiio;i will be presemed to the Governor , to-day.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
YACHTING. SAYONARA CUP. THE SECOND EVENT. WON BY THE CULWALLA. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

YACHTML S A YONAKA :-CITP_ IHE EBCOXD -EVENT. WON BY THE OTO-WATJ.A. MELBOURNE, Maxell 13. , The second of the thTee races for tbe Sayonara Cup was held to-day. and resul ted in a win for the Culwalla over the Sayonara. In '-he first event, which was sailed yesterday, the Sayonara won from the Culwalla easily by atioui 8£ niin. This* came as a surprise, the Culiviilla is re cognis-5(i as the faster sailer of the two in a light breeze. To-day's race started from .Gellibrand Lighthouse. and was over a three-sided; course, each side measuring seven knots. The weather was perfect, and a nice sou therly wind was blowing, and % crowd of steamers and yachts assembled near the starting* point -to watch the start. The Sayonara ciossed tbe line first, and! the boats drew apart, with the Sayonara^ a long way in the lead. Off Brighton the! wind freshened, ;md with -a free sheet she laced a: a great pace. The Culwalla hung to windward off Richards' Point, a r* the Sayonara hauled up, feeling the...

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

THE MAIL STEAMER. The Orient liner Orsova arrived at] 'he Outer Harbor aboui n o < i >ck on I Sv.urday i-joi'Mug'. She !]:•<■! bi£ ]ist '• ■>f passenger?, ana a vcrv l:n li-o ounJ -ii^nrrnMU of jr.:-1! ' \t■ Vi /■ i.1 rn.i [ ;::id the cs:-n"7i: >nii Sin j a^ain for Melbourne i'i> S.HiirjJ.iv; nigiit. j

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

TO HENLEY BEACH IN COMFORT. The brilliant sunshine on Saturday was -responsible for a rush on the new iienley Beach scrvice. Those who made the trip had nothing but com plaints for the manner in which the trams were run. The delays on the way were tedious, and in some cases the journey was not accomplished much faster than was the case with the old horse cars. Probably the tram ivay officials were caught napping, and the large crowd of patrons upsei their azrangeoiicu. but on Suiiuay tfccv rcr-i tainly rose to the occasion. A splendid j service was maintained throughout the! afternoon, and the journey was made in good time. The loops on the single iine portion were negotiated with dis patch, and the trip was most enjoy able. Whether the single line on the -i-cond portion of the route can meet the requirements of holiday traffic dur ing the summer months is doubtful, !>ut no fault could be found with yes ■ rrdav's service, arid the large number 'if p,:llpie who made the trip had n...

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

AN INCORRIGIBLY LATE TRAIN. We nave become so accustomed to i He uncertain arrival oi ihe train from Adelaide {writes our M-ount Cambier correspondent) that it lias become an unforced habit to ring up or send to the station to find out how late it is running. On Thursday night the train was an hoar and forty minutes late, which we hope will constitute an unapproachable record."

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE-STATES' FAIR SHARE OF REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

THE-STATES' FAIR SHARE OF REVF.NtJK In a manifesto issued to the electors by the Australian Labor. Party, the following: paragraph is devoted to the financial question:—"When it is al leged that we wish to take the whole of the Customs and Excise revenue and give the States nothing, we point to two facts that conclusively repu diate such a statement. One, the scheme of the Brisbane Labor Confe rence, which the Fusion Government has made the basis of its own, was the first bona fide and practical proposal put forward by any party in thi** con nection. In that scheme a minimum payment to the States of jC5,000,000 per annum is suggested, the per capita idea approved, and the distri bution of any further surplus en dorsed. To these principles we have always been favorable, and they have formed the basis of every proposal made by us for dealing with this mat ter; and second, Mr. Fisher, when de <vering the Ministerial policy at Gympie last vear, offered the States a ■(>.000...

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

FRUIT PICKING INDUSTRY. For some time the fruit pickers in the district of Clare have been in re ceipt of wages varying- from 6/ to 6/6 per day of nine hours. Last week Mr. F. \V. Lundie (secretary of the United Laborers' Union) and Mr. J. M. Dale (organiser of the United Laborers' Union) visited the district. They held several meeting's, the result of which was that the men connected with the fruit picking industry decided not to work until the scale of wages drawn up had been agreed to and paid by the employers. On Saturday Mr. Lundie received information from Mr. T. J. Ryan (secretary of the Clare Fruit Pickers' Union) that every gardener in the district was paying the wages asked. The scale is as follows:— Men and women, 7/ per day of eight hours; boys and-girls, 13 to 15 years, [ 51 ■ per day of eight hours; boys and girls, 15 to 17 years, 6/ per day of eight hours; weekly hands, 30/ per week and found; overtime rate, week, days, time and a cpiarter; Sundays,] double time; 48 h...

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

SI.F_F.PING SICKNESS. • Vrrii o-i-vni.k sk^imss, ai-? 'J. Vi;V n *•— 7^*I«_-*-"i>r«-t-:i •. \\ a? a iniplrii' u* 'A'j }■ pfcvsi i ;,ui.. ■ >• rj-t \v- ■ Ui. i: u> {.:k: <>t \i r'h'.i- irt.'t now ii i: f'Sjj-r.-f v; :5.:t.-' f/sJi'-J;*, Ocrr/i;:-". lL^-i AT"' i. •I'iM.'vly, . Tin.- ;r. Vj.viii'Ti V- < >;■ v.-y(--d by ^ - jj 1 i ■15 -Jit ; .1 .t :4y.nerAi arai^y ai^i \r-- r-S m.--,1- and muscular energx, j tendency to sleep overrules evc:rythu:£. even the inclination for food. The periods of sleep gradually extend into a heavy stupor, and the patient dies 'of exhaustion, the r-nly apparent cause iof death being malnutrition. In 1906 :it was reported that two men in Bras isels bad been cured by the simul taneous use of atoxyl and strychnine. j There is still so little known about the (disease that the value to science of ■the micro-cinematography portrayal c-f she ravages in the blood of the bacilli cannot be overestimated. A picrure is b jing throw...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"WASTE NOT WANT NOT." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

"WASTE NOT. W ANT NOT." "Wiw' :i pity ;hv pi-opkj ni kwi c£..o:: J-"' rht-.v w- i? ;ik- fr.r ui' ■ ij'.iies." Ths; it wfaa. ou. Ciiivtv mrh-rf o>;t«t> v\riifs. aiid he goes on to ox-pLm: the reaMj-ii for his kindly allusion. It appears that five Inches of rain fell in that district last v.veek. The plum harvest is about ■ rvcr, and hundreds of cases axe rot ■ing under the trees. The price has been about 1/ per case, with a limited .market. Apples are plentiful there, and are. being gathered for export.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HIGH COMMISSIONER AND AGENTS-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

HIGH COMMISSIONER AND AGENTS-GENERAL. Speaking" a; the banquet tendexoc him on hi? arriv.ti in London, -S,i < i■ -cil jj.■ Ken] -aid o<: ;:;ld no: .. L;i.^ Hit! Th: - m- ".'. ..■ Til .t« tt«Hi it..* th. >. ■;• • -1 ■: n nt; \ :Lc 1 -IM' -. !; ' i".jr .-\ii-T.i lia tu h.i\< -i.-. .-:ii- ■ . i.t!! and petl\ ir. smoke, 111 Liddiium to the ixifeh C-n i missioncr. bir George eau do all ' ' • ;alking- this country requires, while the various Commercial Agents arc quite capable of looking after the dis posal and advertising of our products. Anti-Federalists raise a great moan about the exp<?nsivcQess of Kederation; but the hcaviness> of the cos; cf go verning and adminisleiing- Aij.-iralia. i: due to the failure of the Slates to economise ir. th*"' tnaiiJier anliriiWti' by 1'itevi1. u---<:k-s> Sia"> ijovcrnors iiave been ;;"isii.ir.ii. irgi-l,. Tors have made but nn mhnitesiro.ii reduction of their numbers, and, a;j ijareni...

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

THE SLOW TRAM. The residents of Hyde Park are. noi at all well served by the ncv, elcctr." :ram\vay system. The suburb i«. i-'-'vc-i by a single line, with the excr,r icri of lone btkl loiiyvh of doubie rtols, a..>i ihe \vaitiug on the loop is bo;h fre quent and irritr.iing. At South terras when a fivi.-miiiuies service is i;i , operation, "hi u*v.nv.ard bouiid car i neaiiy aiivays hcid up, and not in iieqxieaUy there is a wait of fn-i minutes. The passengers usually count crifcbage bauds fiom the num bers on their tickets to while awa; the time, and the losers have their tempers still more soured. The Govern ment should electrify the Glenelg line without delay, or divert the train from Morphettville to North terrace. The present state of affairs is ridiculous and also harmful, inasmuch as it fos ters the Rambling- spirit in residents of the southern suburb.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE V. NORTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

ADELAIDE V. NOETH. ADELAIDE. On the Adelaide Oval, A^pIbiHa .and TJorfch Adelaide played- The former had I first use o£ the wickets, and JtcFie and 1 Leak scored 69 before a separation was I effected. The second wicket fell with I the score at 100, the third at 158, and I although'the Northerners Jaded half a dozen bowlers the city team occupied the wickets all the afternoon. When play | was abandoned at 6.20, owing to tbe fading i light, 6 wickets were down for 250. Waye was the most successful batsman, and ran his score up to' 63 before he was clean bowled by J. QMbdman. Scoring was slow at the opening, ror -five maidenovers in succession were sent down. The fielding of the North Adelaide "men was patchy, at least three catcijcs being missed. Heedmaa and J. S. Bees were each responsible for the dismissal .--of three batsmen. Scares:— ADELAIDE. fi£St Trm-firrgs. W. McPie, c. Gehzs, b- Beedman „ 26 E. H. Leak, c. Smith, b. Eees _ 47 L. Wave, b. £eedman .. .. _ 63 A. M- ILcCarron, b....

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

EAST TOBBENS V. POEI ADELAIDE. The wicket on the Aljberton Oval had. dried "nicely, and was in good condition on Saturday for. the Bast Torrens and Port Adelaide match. The Toirens men had first use of the wicketa, but, although tbey occupied the whole or the afternoon, only a moderate total resulted. The bats men generally showed a disinclination to take any risks. S: Will and HiddLeton began the innings to -the bowling of How aid and Alford- Both men. started slowly. Hill put a bit of weight into some of~ his strokes, bit good fielding on the part of the Portonians prevented anything more than singles. MidcQeton -had only scored 2 when he misjudged a curly 'one from Alford and was oat. h. W. Chamberlain - filled the vacancy, and immediately opened his account with a fonrer. . His was the brightest display of t}ie .afternoon, and the spectators were sorry to see Viim go after having made 42. - His innings was not chanceless, but it' was. vigorous. Canst, Sando, Craw ford, Broadbent...

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

WEST TORBENS V. GLENELG. A iirst-class wicket Had "oeen prepared on the Hincimarsh Oval, when the above teams met for vhe last time this season. G-Ienelg had first use of the wicket, tut their display of batting, with two excep tions, was of a poor character, and sel dom has such inferior cricket been wit nessed at Hindmarsh. QUist placed a1 most patient innings for 56. and gave 110 chance, but the bright spot in an other wise dull afternoon was the merry imi ! ings of Gregory, v.-ho treated . aJl th%* ; bowlers without mercy. He scored 4b i runs, whilst his partner notched 4, and: was eventually dismissed for 57. In cluded in his score were two sixes <one' right out of the oval) and seven fours. Setter or brighter batting could not be! desired. De Mole (19) was the only .other: batsman to reach double figures, the re-| niamder forming a procession to and from1 tb3 crease. Coombe, who bowled well,; sent up 22 overs for 66 runs, and captured 5 \vic&ets, whilst Pret...

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