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YOUNG EGYPT MOVEMENT. MORE MURDERS PREDICTED. EGYPTIANS FAVOR TERRORISM. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
YOUNG EGYPT MOVE ! MENT. i MOKE MURDERS PREDICTED. EGYPTIANS FAVOR TERRORISM. LOKDON, March 13. Mahomed Bey, one of the prominent figures in the Young Egyptian movement, which has for its object the freeing of! i^Eypt from British dominance, states | that he predicts more murders of native jand British officials in Egypt. I Mahomed, who has been exiled from' his country, and who is at present living. (at Geneva, Switzerland, also states that !be does not advocate violence, though a large number of thi Egyptians are -in fjivor of terrorism.
METEOROLOGICAL. Barometer Beadings. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
METEOROLOGICAL. Barometer Be&dinca. Saturday, Kerch 12.—3 pjm-, 30.10: 9 30.15; 3 un, 30.15. Sunday. Maixfh 13.—3 a.m., 30.15; 9 a.m., 30.15; 3 p.m., 20.fr; O pjn., 30.33. Thierrnometer Readings. Saturday ilrircli 12.—Max., 78.0; mis., 53.8; sun. 153. Sandfly,, **&lt;*»»»»».3.5.—Max., 70S ; min., 53.8^ sun. 4*54. I WEATHER NOTES.—March IS. I Dmisg Saturday bright and dear weather was general o^er the State, raider light eouth-east ! erfy wipds, bat &lt;terin£; the night the eky became i cloudy, and orcr the whole of Sunday gloomy i-conditMBS prerafled over the southern areas. At : tiwiAfi in tne city a sprinkle of rain was ex- : ' perieuced, but nothing to roister in the gauge.' Saturday's map showed a large high-pressure J system, covering the whole of sub-tropical Aus tralia, bat oS tbe Queensland coast a depres sion wae noted, awd under its influence heavy! rain. was faUins and gales blowing all ataog the east coast of the continent. In Western Aus tralia-...
A WHEAT CORNERER HOOTED. JAMES PATTEN IN MANCHESTER. THE LAW OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
A WHEAT COMEBEE HOOTED. JAMBS PATTEN IK MANCHESTER. BSE 3-AW qp StTPPLT AND DEMAND. " LONDOM. March 33. Mr. James Fatten,' the Chicago grain speculator, -who eotcoe TTHVrrf.lVq ago cieaied a sensation by establishing a comer in whea* and »n»Ha a fortune by it, lately arrived at "Manchester, England* Yesterday he paid a visit to the Cotton Exchange, and directly the crowd were aware of his identity they hooted him oat .of the building, and he was forced to take refuge. The anger of the crowd was due to a belief that Mr. Patten came to England to repeat his Chicago performance of market rigging. Later Mr. Patten went to Liverpool, whence he sailed in the Cunard i'""" Mauretania. Before leaving he was in terviewed. He said:—"I don't appreciate1 the treatment I received. I am not re sponsfble for the law of supply and de mand." ]
UNITED STATES DEFENCE. ARMY ORGANISATION OF 250,000. VANCOUVER, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
UNITED STATES DEFENCE. AKMY ORGANISATION OF 250,000. VANCOUVER, March 13. The initial step in the organisation of an army of 250,000 trained men in the United States, as a first ling of national defence, was taken at Washington to-day. Tile army will consist of three divisions and will be made up of the National Guard in' .New York, Connecticut, Dew Hampshire, Massachusetts, Bhode is land, and Maine, and the full strength of the regular army in these States. The training of the men has been directed with the intention of perfecting an organi sation that will put i an army of a quar ter of a million in the field at short no tice.
POUTS FOR ELECTORS." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
POUTS FOB MMnmB. No one with commpnsense can- dsim/ that the _ men who'.comprise the Tory? majority in the Legislative Councilbasef' any gifts—divine or otherwise—"which eayj title them to a rightof veto over the"mH,c of the people. The Upper Honse, as iaJE present constituted,-is inimical to thewet" ' fare of the community, and until itsolK struction is ended, there can be no reaB progress in the State. "The reformation, of the Council is the most important maVi ter "before the electors sis the wQl of th«? people is at present practically inopera^j tive. Labor candidates are conteking the Central, Northern, and Southern DiB- j triets, and all Democrats should ardently ' sutmort them. " There is no doubt that an affirmative} vote on the Fusion finance Agreements will be followed, by a reckless iminigra~ j iion policy in all States where a l?usion Government la in power. The slums .of • | London will be dragged' for immigrant!" > when every unit of population is worth. 25/ per ann...
THE BRICK KILNS. CESSATION OF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
THE BRICK KILN& CESSATION OP WORK. On Saturday night the bride Irilrm at Hin&maish and other places were closed down so fax as the traraiag of bricks is concerned. Bating the last few days - many btrilderB secured extra eoppliec, in - order to fill their necessities when tills' cessation of operattont occjrn^d. th» ; trouble has been caused toy the Bhortago ',? in fnel supplies, St is expected thjt itJ will be of chart ^
GENERAL PLATFORM. CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
ON. ^i^tRjafegnWngj'i)pdt; ""***' l^®rsfc|ip^nfi • Control cf ^aHj ^ (ist. i^f^cfey^va WEtjeisj — _ „...,, BifState'E35M>rt;©q>artiJ " IUQCjSp GOVERNMENT. ^ Values Assessment! p^^^jt^^g^ggt^bdBg--at' £teoj -extend■ free■■ «3uca-. ; /.^^^to ^alL- dtizens ,of. the State -qp. to ■ Universities; ■ (b) feqiiiresBents 'for' '^sdK»ll;«3jiidreji to be free." ;:®Ioiig^rare' Ximhation. Liability BilL njEnconragif'mfnt jand Fuller Berdop -;\-''?:imeiit of. "the Agricnltnral, Pastoral, • ? and Mining Resources of the State, iftmendment of landlord and Tenants Act, to p\ace afl creditors on eqnalbasis. ■ ftaiqre •vigarims policy of Reaiforesta i. iOJ&cel of iState. Governor be abolished. jHuSScajdoa of Atistral ran States
LOCAL OPTION. PECULIAR CANVASSING. HAMLEY BRIDGE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
. HAMLEY BRIDGE, March 11. V Jh/,*)bfcainiiig signatures for a petition '#^Ep^/JpcaI option poll a canvasser of I^B&B^-Bndge visited -a house in the •'^^^rofflStoS'vS^^liusband heing away from the signature of the her .as to -whether iter "hrat&hdWFoald sign it also. She me : marked shettHxigbfc that he would, where nponthe caayasseris said to have affixed sigiiatQre. "On the arri yal home of the citizenhis wife told him what hstA talmn place, and when next, day he spoke indignantly to the canvas ser about the matte- he -was informtrd that the petition had been already posted away.
A TANTANOOLA COMMITTEE. TANTANOOLA, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
a tantanoola committee. TAXTANOOLi. March 10. i .A working cununittee was formed on Wednesday cv»rn-in:-' in the cause of tem perance in connection with the. local ] option poll. The President is Mr. T.j Edgculnb, and the secretary Miss M.' Caxlhere. Other officers are:—Collectors,1 Messrs. A. McColl and . W. SIcEostie; j scrutineer, Mr. F. Bateman; emergency, j Mr. A. Mcfiostie. [
THE LIQUOR TRADE ACTIVE. MOUNT GAMBIER, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
^HE LIQUOR TEA RE ACTIVE. MOUNT GAMBIER, MaTch 11. .The local temperance bodies, having failed to work »p any public interest in' fbe local option poll to he taken in con- ; section with the elections, are importing a propagandist from Victoria. The trade -;;as now bestirring itself, and issuing cir I'qfag; fiygnig the innfie^trveijess of re ^^flnction, ;«ib3 ttest jjo^ieense would turn . |g0uu3Uug£ii^ 3sosn&. j
AMONG THE LIFTERS. THE POETRY OF THE BARBELL. WORLD'S RECORDS BROKEN AT PARESIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
AMONG THE LIFTERS. THE POETRY OF THE BARBELL. WORLD'S RECORDS BROKEN AT PA RESIDE. i No figure in the wonderful mythology appeals more strongly to the i imagination of the robust Australian than Hercules, who, by the aid of his magnificent muscles, accomplished inuch for the benefit of his fellow creatures. In this neurotic, somewhat Snicking world of to-day there axe Hercules and to spare, but, alas, more interest is taken by a large section of the people in the; flippant vulgarities of a comic opera than in the worthy deeds of men. In your swift passage, Father Time, take what you must, but at least leave the nation the muscular manhood that may one day be tested against the foe. On Saturday I afternoon, in Mr. E. &lt;J. Shorthose's gymnasium at Parkside, a number of sportsmen gathered in expectation of see-! ing world's weiglitlifting records broken. They were not disappointed. A year or ! 80 ago, when Wirth's Circus visited Ade-i laide, two of -the performers were tlie C...
GMEBAIITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
GMEBAIITIES. A famous Bishop recently paid a to the- Sunday school where in his early/ days he" used to take a class. On thn' occasion of his visit he read for the bene fit of the children the verses descriptive oi Jacob's ladder. "Is there say ly'le boy or girl," said the Bishop, "who wifchts to ask any question as to the passage v-'bich has just been read?" &*'.er ai short pause a small boy said, "Please sir, • ll_s angels had wings, so why did they rs-.f quire a ladder?" "A. most natural ques-! ticc " said the Bishop. 'Is tlier^ any other little boy or girl who can give til answer?" "Fediaps, sir, Uiey wtie moulting!" suggested a little g:r). The high price oE cotton has led Ger man textile experts to study the possibilM ties of other fibres. A company at Cbem-J nitz is reported to have succeeded ixtj using the fibre contained in the seed of J the kapok, or silk cotton tree of the tro-j pics. Hitherto no one has been able toi spin this fibre on account of its brittle-J in...
UNITED LABOR PARTY. WEST ADELAIDE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
UNITED LABOR PABTY. WEST ADELAIDE COMMITTEE. Combined committees of the ladies and gentle* men of West Adelaide United Labor Party met at Trades Hall on March 8. President (Mr. An derson) in chair. Mr. Mclntyre acted as secre tary in absence of -Mr. Symonds. Chairman-ex plained that ^ the two executives had met and decided to bold spcial to Taise funds to fight fusioniets .at .elections. .Price of tickets was fixed—Gentlemen, X!: ladies, 6d. Every sup porter "of "Labor ~wxH be asked to bay a ticket for the somrttfte-hfeid-m TiTafc^HalirMarch23. Gpm mittee decided tdVaccept'kind: offer of Mr. Fpr^ rest, of Angel Inn,* Gouger street, of a wagon ette to carry six voters to polling: booth to vote for Labor candidates on April 2. On resolution of Mr. Sparks>,ifc was decided to forward following resolution to the council of the Labor Party: —"That this council asks the delegates to place before their associations the need of attending the committees in their localities, and to assiCT i...
V.A.T.C. MARCH MEETING. ILIAD WINS THE ST. KILDA CUP. MELBOURNE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
V.A.£€. MARCH MEETING. ILIAC WINS THE ST. KILDA COP. ' •• MELBOUBtfE,f-Marci 13 The .March Meeting -of the "\tictori4 Amattur Turf Club was held on Saturday at Cauifield, in perfect weather. The course was in good order, and there was a large-attendance. Th,e chief event of the day, the St. SIXda Cup, wtich has ibeen" captured in "past yeaxs by.- many good horses, was won by a rankoutsider in Iliad, by Malvolio. The South • Australian horse" Ganym'edes " was successful in this Tace in 1908. Sacre toolr the Orrong Two-year-old stake for Mr. H-'jM. Hawker. 'Results:— The pun and Silvery Port shared fa voritism Jbr the Hurdle fia.ce, and. Tbe&lt; Sun practically led from end to end, winning in a ranter from, lord Desmond, and Silvery Port. Vira/'-Tsas .nadfl. favorite for * the Orronffctwo-yearnald, but Sacre and Pen dulouBwere also 'well backed. Sacre took charge^aijthe bottom of the straight^ and won. easily from K&nduloos, who got Bwa^,..badly on the outside. TlSa,' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
THIS IS THE MEDICINE MEDICAL EXPERTS DECLARE THAT SAVES HUMAN LIFE. BECAUSE IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD, CORRECTS AND CTVES THE HEART POWER, PROMOTES SLEEP 4ND GOOD APPETITE, CURES WORST FORMS OF NERVOUSNESS, MELANCHOLIA, PAL PITATION, BILIOUSNESS, AND EXHAUSTION. . Majiy of the mosi-eerioos nerve, stomach, liver, and kidney diseases arise fromlack of care'to'keep the stomach in good working order. Poisons get into the blood, caused by effete matter fermenting in the mfaiTiri digestive channels. The whole system becomes saturated with poisonous properties, and one of the several vital organs of the "body ' gives way. Then we have the anaemic, delibitated wrecks in our city streets, men and women.who a few weeks before appeared equal to 20 years' life. How many men and women in Melbourne have gone with the old year because of neglect, which has introduced and aided the disease which killed? Aid so it is the plain duty of all men or women to keep this great nerve vaad blood medicine always ...
SIARTING PRICES. GAWLEP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
SIAETTNG PRICES. •' ■ -fcAWLEE.- • «HenSe?^Yi>diispixm&.- Dividend 'for £1* &lt;£127/.1 Sa&usion, £L ' ... TriaL-f-Baxier, -£2 1 /; Aretarns, ^£1 4/. Modern Athens Handicap.—Carltoi^ ■ £11 -§/&lt; - Corinthian.*—ling Soo\£3 4/; Vafcqh £1 16/* ■ Plying!—Littlebamptoo, £4 14;.; lae. Tinman, ,\^ter.—Bapa na, £7-5^.ti6eelbqne^&lt;3^4-If* . . YlAfT.C. rald. r s ase.^Cq^^-10i_ „ ?