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QUESTION OF STATE GOVERNORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

QUESTION OF STATE GOVERNORS. Economy demands that the costly office of State Governor should be transformed into a Lieutenant-Gover norship, to be paid for at a rate com mensurate with the actual value of the work (says the "Catholic Press"), and our national self-respect no less impe ratively requires that none but Aus tralian citizens should be appointed to these posts. Canada long since accom plished bdth reforms, and carried them through without incurring any British reproach for parsimony or disloyalty. Indeed, she was praised for her good sense. Ausfi'alia, on the other hand, is a standing laughing stock in the eyes of the' British-speaking world* and our 14 Houses of Parliament and seven Governors are continually referred to in Britain as subject matter for deri sive remarks and cynical humorous re flections. Our pretensions to being a democratic community will in truth never be substantiated until we follow the Canadian 'example. We need in place of our six State Governors, ...

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

UNIVERSITY V. STURT. On the Haley Oval University had a day out at the expense of Sturt. Camp 1 bell and Drew, who batted first for the | students, were at the wickeis for an hour i and a quarter before a separation was I effected. Drew, who had played a beau j tiful innings /or 98, during which he did ! not give-a chance, was yorked by Stuart's first ball of the day. His score, wbich included 9 boundary hits, v*as compiled at the rate of over a rim a minute. Had, he made the extra 2 he wonM liave scored his third century this season. At the time of Drew's dismissal Campbell was 92. The two batsmen had. scored re markably evenly. There was never a difference of more than, a few runs be [ (ween their respective scores. Polling iyecame associated with Campbell, but the latter did not long survive his first ,partner. When be was 96 he ran out to a slow from Woolcock, and was easily stumped by Limb. This innings, which though not so faultless as that of Drew's, was a fine display, and i...

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ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN ASSOCATION [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN ASSnnTATfhK Bowden v. Prospect: Prospect (previously re ported, 145). Bowden.—W. Groves, b. Mat cdeu s, 3; t-Z liimes, c. Lewis, b. idatthenes,^; A. Tomtins, b. Ward, 8; W. Rilston, c. WbSfcweU, b. Matthews/ 0 A. "Klines, b. Aveyard, 23; H. Tomlrins, rue oat, 2; B/'Hepworth, c. Stodk, b. Mauhcws, 3; E. Cotton, run out, 4; C. Yeo man, c-\ Matthews-. b. "Ward, 0; G.. Aihle^y, b. Avej-axd, 29; F- Page, not oat, 1; extrn?, 4. Total, 89. Bowling.—J. Matthews, 4 for 29; H. Ward, 2 lor 39; if. Stone, 0 for 11; £. Aveyard, 2" for 6. ... Kent 'Town -v.- Norwood. Kent Towp.—W. , Bnchanan, b. Sanders, 5; W. Snooks, b- .Bras sington, 12; J. Reid, c. and b. Sandys, Zfc F. Barton, c. Langsford, b. Sanders, 15; E. Comish, b. F. P. Chamberlain, 0; G. McKee, Lb.«V b. Sanders, 38; J. Willcocks, b. Sanders, 0; A- Bur ton, c. Boacb, b. Langsford, 9; C. Gray, c. sub.. b. Srss&ington, 0; Hidings, not out, 7; C. Brown, c. -Burns, b. Langsford, 1; sundries* 1. Total, 108. Bowl...

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B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

B GRADE. The results in "the'£ Grade matches played on Saturday were as follow:— Linden Park v. Adelaide. - Linden Park, first inningB.—A. Collins, c. sub., b. Ardill, 0; J. S. Ryan, c. McCarron, b. Ardill, 12;' W. J. Hun day, c. sub., b. McCarron, 122; P. Bevell, c. Coombe, b. jiEcCarroa« 47; {?. Li an, c. Pickup, b.i Ardill, 17; C. G. Gwynue, run out, 0;" J. D.! Ryan, b. Ardill, 0; G. Mnnday, c. sub., b. Ardill, 10; R. Frankel, not out, 54; D. Cos gfrove, ijot out, 17; sundries, 22. Total for 8 wickets, 50L Bowling.—J. ArdilL 5 lor 117; E. MeCarr^n, 2 for 74; H. Haiiiax, 0 for 48; R- fi. Stuckey, 0 for 40. Korih Adelaide t. Port Adelaide. North Ade laide, first innings—Bleechmore, b." Taylor, 76; Tonkin, c. Prichard, b. McDonald, 0; Jervois, c. Prichard, b. Du Rieu, 1; Giles, c. Res, b. Tay lor, 17; Gave, t. Quinn, b .Braunsch, 9; Chin-. Her, c. Duncan, b. Taylor, ill;. Clutterbuck, c. and b. Taylor, 24; Cox. c. Prichard, b. Braunsch, 7; Stuart, not out, 7; Hantken, c. Quinn, . b....

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA V. VICTORIA. GOOD START BY WESTERN AUSTRALLA. PERTH, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

WESTERN AUSTRALIA V. VICTORIA. GOOD- STAET BY WESTERN AOSTBALIA. PERTH. March 13. The third match between Victoria au<i "Western Australia was begun yesterday. Western Australia had first use of the wicket and scored 8 for 321 T. Hogue mak ing IIS, Howard 54> and Dr. Good 48.

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METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION. Played Saturday. A Section. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION, Played Saturday. A Section. Middlesex, 110—Brace 47, Tweeddalc 20 not out; Watennaa, 2 lor 12; Sfcaec, 2 for IS. Vic | toria Pari, U and 34—Monagtian, 3 for 9; ! Adams, 3 for 2. 1 S*Aoley, IS.—Syznoo^ 69, Bojvden 44; Eldridgc, 4 for 17; B*ckie, 3 for 18.. j "** Section. ! Warwick v. Biverisa.—The lattee team ior I ieited. I Islington, 133—Ambler 69, Thompson 26; Sharp, 3 for 48; Ncate, 2 for 4. Goodwood, 63— Sharp 26, P. Hawker 19; Thompson, 3 lor 26; J i Hawker, 3 for 11; Butler, 4 for 17.

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MURDEROUS CHINESE. ATTACK FOREIGNERS. FOUR BRITISHERS WOUNDED. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

MURDEROUS CHINESE. ATTACK FOREIGNERS. » FOUR BRITISHERS WOUNDED. 1XJNDON, March 13. Information has been received from Pekin of a serious affray between Chinese soldiers and some foreigners at Too Chow. i The Chinese, whose pay was overdue, endeavored to gain free admission to a theatre there, out were promptly re fused. They attacked and wounded four British soldiers, and several Japanese were severely handled. ■ Many shops in the vicinity were wrecked.

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PHILADELPHIA STRIKE. FREQUENT RIOTING. SERIOUS TEOUBLE FEARED. VANCOUVER, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

PHILADELPHIA STRIKE. fkequest eiotlng. SEKIOUS TEOUBLE FEAKED. VANCOUVER, March 13. Matters in connection with the strike ( of the tram employes in Philadelphia > thow no signs of being settled yet. There ) has been frequent rioting by the strikers ; in the city, and it is feared that in the light of recent events a serious colli- i si >a between the rioters and police may ' occur at any *-iiue j

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SOUTH POLE EXPEDITIONS. GERMAN COMPETITION WELCOMED. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

SOUTH POLE EXPEDI TIONS. GERMAN COMPETITION WELCOMED. JjONBON, March 13. fingiiBft explorers are welcoming the de cision of the <Jermaja Geographical So ciety to send .an expedition to the South 'Pole. It is stated that liothing will please the promoters of Obtain Scott's expedi tion better than' that the German, Eng lish, and American attempts should all be made aimnltaneoasly.; The British research party, led by Cap tain K. F. Scott, proposes to follow up the route along which Sir Ernest Shackleton made his dash for the South Pole. The American expedition, which is being re organised by Bear-Admiral Peary, will start from an opposite direction over'to tally unknown couifttjr. . The German ■ party, under lieutenant Filchner, also proposes to adopt Shaekleton's route.

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MR. ROOSEVELT. AURIYAL IN LONDON. RECOGNISES PEARY'S CLAIM. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

MR. ROOSEVELT. AURIYAL IK LONDON. HECOGNISE8 PEAEY'S CLAIM. lONDOST. Mairfi M. Mr. Roosevelt, ex-President of the United States of America, who has been engaged in big game hunting in Central Africa, has arrived jj«. London. Before reaching London, Mr. Rooeevelt! was entertained by a party of journalists who went to meet him. He was parti cularly desirous to hear details of the Gook-PeaTy fiasco, and intimated that he personally credited the discovery of the North Pole to Bear-Admiral Peary.

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EARTHQUAKE IN CALIFORNIA. A SEVERE SHOCK. VANCOUVER, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

EARTHQUAKE IN CALIFORNIA. A -SEVERE SHOCK. VANCOUVER, March 13. The -rr>hjJwfamts oi San rnmcisco and California generally were much alarmed when a sharp earthquake shock was lelt. The vibrations, which were chiefly con&ed to the central pariaon of the State, ware long and andnlatoes, but stow. They numbered about 2054. The duration of the shock is given at from one-half second to four seconds. This is the severest earth dfeimjisnep felt since the big earthquake which daid San Francisco in ruins.

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FEDERATED MASTERS AND ENGINEERS' ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

FEDERATED MASTERS AND ENGINEERS' ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Fortnightly meeting of S.A. branch held at! association room,.- Semaphore, on Friday..' The' : attendance, Large amount of routine tiusuii*ss I President (Mr. G. Wilkes) presided over a -fair was dealt with, and delegates' report from j United Labor Party was discussed and a*»i»*ed ' i Much regret was expressed at failure of r^.-eitiy resuscitated Builders Laborers' Union in uteir application for affiliation with Labor T'artv. : Animated discussion- took place re forth -t nrin^ Federal, and .State' elections, and all 'aem?£?3 •.vere" earnestly-urged'to esercisc the iran? 7.*p »n*. Apri' 2. Unanimously'resolved to *eek j with Trades and" Labor Council, also to f -r'j.T-d ! a congratulatory letter on advent of 4Tfae I Daily Herald"*.to the committee «f 1 merit. Two mooter mariners were uJ<mtc*d tcj i membership. . 1

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FEDERAL INTERVENTION. PRESIDENT TAFT'S SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

FEDERAL INTERVENTION. PRESIDENT TAFT'S SUGGESTION. I Federal intervention in the strike is ! . -onsidered to be the only real hope of . ibtaining peace, a*> every effort on both | sides of the conflicting parties, as well as by the general public, appears to have failed. President Halt suggests that an Indus trial Peace Commission, founded on that • f ex-President Roosevelt, should inter i ere and .endeavor to .faring, about a Beitis msat of the trouble.

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UNFORTUNATE SAN FRANCISCO. DISASTROUS FIRE. SEVERAL WOMEN INJURED) DAMAGE £50,000. VANCOUVER, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

UNFORTUNATE SAN FRASCECO. DISASTROUS FIEE. SEVERAL WOMEN INJUEEI) DAMAGE £50,000. VANCOUVER, March 13. A disastrous fire broke out in San Fran cisco on Friday last, in which several wo men were injured. The flames spread rapidly, and by the time the firemen bad snbdoed the conflagration, ID business establishments were destroyed. There were several thrilling rescues made by the firemen, and they saved many women, who, having been roused from sleep by the smoke, were clad only in their night attire. -■ The damage is estimated at £50,000.

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BOXING. CRIPPS V. WILLIAMS. MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

BOXING. CEIPPS V. WILLIAMS. MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. Extreme -caution, coupled wiLh remark able defensive skill on the part of both contestants, , characterised the fight be tween Arthur Cripps and Ed. "Williams at the Stadium (says the Sydney corres pondent of- the "Melbourne Herald"), at Rushcutters Bay on Friday Jiifrlit. As bq^h men scale under the middleweight limit of 11 st. 4 lb., the contest carried with it the title of middleweight cham pion of Australia. Stripped, and stand ins in the centre of the ring, they presen ted a striking contrast, representing en : tirely difierent types of athletes. Cripps, . tlje shorter of the two, shows remarkable development from- the waist upwards, : whilst Williams is just the reverse, being stout set. Both were excessively careful in the opening rounds. Cripps paid most of his attention to his oppbnent's body, tmt owing to the tatter's extreme shifti ness, coupled with his almost perfect tim ing, few of Cripps* leads did damage. William...

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FEDERATED TANNERS AND LEATHER DRESSERS' UNION (S.A. BRANCH) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

FEDERATED TANNERS AND LEATHER DRESSERS'' UNION (S.A. BRANCH* Fartniffhtly meeting held on Friday. There was a large attendance. Decided to comply with request of 'secretary of federation re sugges tion for agenda paper for conference to be held at Sydney■" at Eatter. Reports received from delegates' to-United Labor Party. Several new members;;were admitted. Members present were perfectly satisfied with cfte first issues of 4*The Daily Herald,", and wished the management, •every success. _ . '

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DRIVERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

DRIVERS' ASSOCIATION. Half-yearly meeting of Tort Adelaide branch I of the South Australian Drivers* Association was J I held in Rechahite Hnll on Fridav. Three new! I jT)f»o:hr»rs vrorr admiued- C.orTo.=po7:dence re- ■ j ceived from Port Corporation stating: that Rafl-i ways Commissioner bail promised to have gates erected at crossing near Leievre's Peninsula school. Secretary read balance sheet, showing association in good financial position. Auditors reported books to be well kept and all correct. Following officers were duly elected:—President, Jlr. A. Collis; vice-president, Mr. A. E. Blvtb; secretary. Mr. J. E. Stephens; treasurer. Mr. D. M us son; minute secretary, Mr. E. Thomas; extra committee, Messrs. W. Prosser and A. Dis; audi tor, Mr. A. Phillips; tyler, Mr. "W.. Tavener: delegates to U.L.P.. Messrs. J. E. Stephens and T. Symons. Brother F. H. Wyncoll installed the officers. Stables delegates* reported that several members * had met with 'accidents.' Sec retary reported...

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TRADES SOCIETIES. BOILERMAKER'S SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

TRADES SOCIETIES. BOtLEBMAKERS' SOCIAL. The thi-Vd annual social of the ilcsis and Bla^'^rniiha' Assistants" Society was held at the Tipiies Hall on Saturday. Mr. W. Schmiit presided. An' interesting musical j:r a me carjfed out, Songs were <-.nn.»i David l»y B. Jiaket, F. P. Mitchell. II. Clark, I. 1 HiQ, G. H. Styles, H. Sayers, and J. ua-vk*". wi-l ^ f^onaedy, "Conjuring," was cleverly perto*j.ici *^L Messrs. A. McGrath and F. P. Mitchell. Tij proposing the toast of The »"ni*u3 l-nb^r Party ihe Mayor of Thebarton (Mr. A. tV Styles) said there was no more loyal noon ted with the U.L.P. than the Boil*:?""*!: !"s* p.. n Blacksmiths' Assistants' Soeiefv, whose ir.em bi.ts' ambiuon was to render aft the assistance possible to. the pariv. From the day that they were received into 5 he council, their occ desire bad been to loyallv support the executive and the council generally ia carrying out their arduous duties. Mr. ^ K. A. Anstey, in reply, declared that unionism was of n...

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STATE CHILDREN'S COURT. (Before Mr. J. Gordon, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

STATE -CHILDREN'S COURT. (Before Mr. J. Gordon, S.M.) Iteo boys, aboasb 15 years of age, were charsred witti riotous behovaoar on March 11. Evidence was-siren to the effect that the two lads, in com pany with others, had called out to T>eonle pass mg by. and had been moved on by "the police. They siso threw a cricket ball about to the dan ger of the public. When pursued by the police they rso into )& honse and "were catigbt. The boys oiesded cot guilty. As previous convic tions nod been recorded Agassi the offenders they were eseb fined 10/, and ordered to pay 10/ costs. At sfche -request of the parents of the boys fcbey-vere- sssen until ^nesdsy"to pay the *"*>5. Of -the xsces of the woritd, SBOfiOOiOOOO are white, 700,000,000 are yellosv 215,0£ffl,C00 axe black, 35^)00,000 brown or Malayan, and E,OOQ,OOC red, or North and Sooth American T-n^vang A. net increase of 573,551 in the popula tion of i the United States by the arrival and 'depaxtme <af aSens was ...

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LAW COURTS. POLICE COURTS. Adelaide. March 12. (Before Messers—J. Gordon, S.M., and E. Goodliffe.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910

LAW COURTS. POLICE COURTS. ^Adelaide. March 12. (Befoee Mesas- J. Gordon, S.H., and E. GoodlifEe.1 five cases <w anmicenness were dealt with. Katberine bailey. against whom 70 convictions were recorded, was' charged with having insuffi i drat lawful means of support, and having1 been I previously coirricted of being a rogue and a vaga bond, and being: in .incorrigible rorue. She 1 pleaded sot ^nitty. Evidence was gives by i several police <»fficers, and the accused was jsent i tv orison fpr^E£*pygitfas, with bard labor.

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