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SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
SPdEFIM 'WOE® , •> ^ rt r° \ nr&trun v:\m-KTft "' I ifarch. " *" -- . 14—Rosehill Races, N.S.W. - 16—Epsom Races (Vic.). . ■ ' 16-SBaIal3ava^ai33 Port R.C. :16—lerowie R.C. 16-17—Narracoorte E.C. ■17—Southem-Y^"-. J.C. Si. 17—Denial Bay J.C. " " j -1&-—Loxton- R«Cs - f - ■' 19—Port Adelaide E.C. 19—H awkesBury Races ? 19—Moonee Valley Races (Vic.). 22—Cowell E.C. 23—Burra R.C. 26-28^50 and Aprfl 2—A.J.C. Autumn Mtg. 26—Aspeiftjflle Park Races (Vic.). 26—BrokenHIll J.C. , > 28—Onkaparinga R.C. [' 28—WiHiainstown Races, (^jc-),^ 28—Laura J.C. ■- f ■ i •28—Kadina and Wa!iaroo«J.C. '• - 28—Penoag 3.0, . 30—Port Pixie R.C. ■31—Bemnark R.C.
BRITISH POLITICS. THE SIX WEEKS' SUPPLY. GOVERNMENT'S ACTION CRITICISED. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
BRITISH POLITICS, IHE SIX WEEKS' SUPPLY. GOVERNMENT'S ACTION CRITICISED. LONDON. Marflh 13. The action of "the Government in asking only for Supply for sis weeks has called forth much criticism. Mr. J. E. Redmond, Leader of the Irish Nationalists, states that the accepted in terpretation of Mr. Lloyd-George's ma noeuvre in asking for Supply for that period is that the Government wish to create a financial deadlock in the middle of May, when their resignation or defeat is expected. The "Daily Chronicle" designates the move as a staggering blow to the Peers' Party. The "Morning Leader" says that tactics such as this are not revolutionary. The "Times" suggests that the action is rather contemptible, and may be re garded as pure bluff
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
Vote for tabor Candidates And a National Policy! WHICH STAND FOR Franchise. Adult-Suffrage for-"the> Legislature-Council, with.-the object of its ultimate abolition. Industrial. Compulsory Arbitration. Land Settlement. Progressive Land Tax on the lines-of New Zealand. The right of the Covernment to Resume Land for Closer Settlementand Public Purposes on the valuation-accepted by the owner for taxatloi | purposes, plus 10 per cent. Finance. Cessation of borrowing, except for (1) Conversion of Loans, (2) Completion of Public Works already authorised, and (3) Works which wpl [show interest on Capital Borrowed- and.provide for a Sinking Fund. Taxation. (1) Abolition of income Tax on incomes derived from land or produce of land; (2) Raising Exemption on incomes derived from personal exer Ition to £300 per annum; (3) Reduction of Railway Freights; (4) increased Road Grant to Districts not served-by Railways; (5) Deficiency to- be made up fby an all-round tax on Unimproved Land Values; ...
GAWLER JOCKEY CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING. MODERN ATHENS HANDICAP WON BY CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
ATHENS? HAltolCAP WON BT CANTON. JThe Autumn fixture- of the Gawler 3&lt;jckey>Glub was fft«ored with delightful weather, a&d, % numerous assemblage gathered at tbe piettlly situated country ■course 311 Saturday afternoon. The ar rangements made fen the. public comfort and convenience by the energetic .secre tary, Mr, P. W.'C BeadnaH, .and his com jnjlttee ■ m most complete, and reflected 'he greatest credit onthe man agemeistof the -Jlub The totaiisator was under the able suj>rvisk>n of Mr. T. W. Tnxford, the popular secretary of the Port Addaide Racing, Club, and the divi dends were expeditiously hoisted. The invesfcmiehtE tor tht afternoon totalled £1851 SJ. A programme of seven events provided .a good Afternoon's sport, and was-got-through v.*ithout ahitcfc of any, "fcfnrt- ' ■ ' ' HicmgLbegan wjH\ the Hurdle Kace, of about two miles, in which several Oak bank candidates were engaged- The only torses seriously' considered by backers were Yudnapinna and S...
CANADIAN NAYAL POLICY. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
CANADIAN NAYAL POLICY. liOKDON, March 13. The London "Homing Post," comment ing on the Canadian naval policy, says that the reservation by Canada of the con trol over the fleet in war time is vital to the conception of naval autonomy. The miter tfriinfe-R that'this is not likely to em iharrass Britain's foreign policy, and that the likelihood of Britain allowing herself to. incur an mipopiilar war lias been diminished by the necessity of carrying the opinions of the Dominions with her.
A BIG PICNIC. HARDWARE ASSISTANTS OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
A BRx PICNId ' HA3SIJW5SEB- - ASSIST&ST^OCTIHG. TWaiglflTjil. mpgihMT fasoied tie-SMMiai picnic of the South Australian Hardware Assistants' Athlaiae Association which was held at the National Park, Beteir,. OIL last. This ftRRnpiatinn js a ihrrpirt^ one, and hag a membership of owr 1000, being practically the whole of the employes of the important hardware nQjaWkhmonfa of the City 3Dd Port Piattctaally at 9 o'clock a procession of 30 drags left Victoria square 4or-- £he favorite hills pleasure leand. Music was provided by Jffi:. Allison's band, and vocal and in Bfernmental selections were tendered by a vpcSasl fedope of variety entertainers trcrmlihe establishment of Messrs. G. P. Haifcis, Scarfe, & Co. The day was Ob eervsd as a holidayby the -hardware -trade in - the city, ind as the picnic ranks as oa&V)? the largest of its kind .in the Oom nfonwealth,:& gTeat number of interested oolbobers had assembled along the course taken by*the piocession. T...
DEATH OF MR. L. SCAMMELL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 14 March 1910
DEATH OF MR. L. SCAMMELL. Mr. Luther Scammell, who, with the Hon. H. B. T. Strangways, who now re- sides in England, shared the honor of being the sole surviving member of the first South Australian Parliament of 1856, died at his residence, Unley, on Friday &nbsp; evening at the age of 84. Mr. Scammell &nbsp; was the third son of Mr. Merryweather Scammell, and was bom at Warminster, Wiltshire, on May 29, 1826. He was edu- cated in the practice of medicine in Eng- land, and in May, 1849, came to Australia in the William Wilson. Shortly after his arrival he went to the Bnrra, and was the first doctor at that mining centre. Later he started a chemist's business at Hind- &nbsp; marsh, and after that for a couple of &nbsp; years, was at Port Adelaide. In 1861 he entered into partnership with the late Mr. Francis Hardy Faulding, a Yorkshire chemist, who had a flourishing business &nbsp; at 5 Rundle street, which had been estab- lished in 1844, and ...
OPINIONS OF THE MELBOURNE PRESS. MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
OPINIONS OF 1HE MELBOURNE r-KESS. MEL'tft TTRNE. March 14. The "Age" in a leader to-day on the finish of the strike, says that "the whole of the Commonwealth welcomes the end. of it. Both patties have suffered enormous losses, but neithir deserves sympathy, both parties having treated the innocent public as an eneuy The workers are to blame for defying legislation and taking the law into their own hands, but the owners acted re&lt; l_essly and in a man ner calculated to 'cause a strike which could have been eroded long ago if open conference was cci ceded. The employers have lost an enomiouc amount of foreign trade, while the workers, after four months* ruffering ana dependence on charity, go back under the old condi tions. The owners have won only because tliey observed -he If v. The "iijnis"' says—"The men lost be cause 'hey obey.?d their wrong-headed leaders, who deliberately strove to upset capital, ihe Nea fccuth Wales Govern u)c*t protected ui-m nism against itself in ...
MINING. MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
JMNG. -* 4age.«—Pttu^ioi* report, Rebruary 28:— SOMu Le- —Sooth &ve-adwnced 22 ft. on ore, width 54 ,'ui,; value 10/. Total from main west xcot, Z jifr ft. 40Q-f£. Iievel—Drive on eastern branch, from the south-west drive, No. 2 cross reef* Advanced "3. ft., -on ore; "width 15 in.; value, 30/- Total from south-west drive, IS it. No. 1 Zast Xta*fc—&mtfe drive. tram ttils scat ad Wjooed 6 ft.; reef IB in. wide; vaine, 5/. Total ffom sent 12 ft Sooth, drive, No .1 exoee reef, Afi No. 1 west scat, Advanced 7 ft.; reel 54 in. vide; vaiae-.trace. Total tram No. 1 zent 27 ft. Korth-drive, Ko. 1 cross- xeef,-off No. 1 west xcut, advanced 13 ft.; reef 59 in. vide; voice trace. Total irom. xcut 16 ft. lk>.^pest xcut advtnced •2 ft., in country; total loom sootii-west drive, 256 ft "J200-ft. Level—Rise oarer No. 3 west xcot put *n> 40 ft, on ore; wfitth 31 in.; value 20/-; Total «5*»ve rail level ,72'ft., -on underlie. Month- j 3y tEfeULrii.—During February stamp mill zan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
THIS IS THE iEDICffE MEDICAL EXPERTS DECLARE THAT SAVES HUMAN LIFE. BECAUSE IT PURIFIES the! BLOOD, CQRREf/TS AND GIVES THE HEART POWER, PROMOTES SLEEP AND GOOD ; APPETITE, CURES WORST FORMS OF NER1 fOUSNESS, MELANCHOLIA, PAL PITATION, BIU 10USHESS, AND EXHAUSTION. Many of the most sell )us nerve,»stomacii,. liver, and-kidney diseases arise from lack of care to) keep the stomach in good working order. Poisons get into the' blooi i, caused by cffiiia matt.er fermenting in the natural digestive channels . The whole system becomes saturated with poisonous properties, and 4 one of the several vital organs of the body gives way. Then we havt: the anaecnic, delibitated wrecks in our city streets, men and women u bo a few weeks before appeared equal to 20 years' life. How many dm :n and women in Melbourne have gone with the old year because of ne gleet, which has introduced and aided the disease which killed? Jt nd so itiis-the plain duty =of afl men or women to keep this great nerve ai id...
THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
•THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF , . ADM AIDE. O.K. stood out alone as regards turn over, being largely exchanged, and eased in value about 3d. Einasleigh, Wallaroo and Mnngana were the only other cop per, stocks moved in, and easier prices ruled. Silver-lead stares were quiet, but. for. Junctions ;ind Sulphide Corporation, winch, showed'' \ itrrroved rates. Small business was note! ii, a few 'either lines at slightly firmer v£ ines. Tin stocks were" quiet, but for Vegetable Creek, with little alteration on late rates. " "WesteaJian golcLshsres were only lights ly moved in, ratid prices were" practically unchanged, excepting Associated, which gained 64. . "Tanami mines cami in for good sud port. -Sales were effected up to £21 10/. Then they dropped to £12, but improved again to £33 15/.. Amalgamated Zinc had first movement at increased values. STOCKS AND 6ELAEES. • • - BANKS. . ;:Engiish,' Scottish, and ' Australian &lt;€ deben tures), buyer 18/li - ■ "* - * 3ikreusb,,Sco&aah,...
PEICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
PEICES. Wheat.—Fanners' price, 3/10J to 4/ per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide. Flour.—City brands (delivered), £10 per ton; country brands, £9 15/ per ton. Brian.—l/0i. per bushel delivered Ade laide. Pollard.—1/1£- per bushel delivered Ade laide. Algerian Oats.—1/9 per bushel on trucks or afloat Port Adelaide. Barley.—Cape, 2/3 to 2/5 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide; malting, 2/6 to 3/6 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide. Butter &lt;at aur-t;on>.—1/2 to 1/3 for fac tory, l/l t>» 1/2 f t- separator. Eggs (at auction).—Fresh (guaranteed), 1/1;duck eggs, 1/2. , Cheese (at auction).—5Jd. to 6Jd. per lb. Bacon &lt;at auction).—Prime factory cured, 7£&lt;L to 8id-; hams, 9d- to lO^d. Honey (at auction).—23d. to 3d. per lb. Almond® (at auction).—Brandis, 7d. per lb. - Cornsacks.—On spojv fl/9 per dozen on trucks Port Adelaide. Wiiaatfcii Hav.—&lt;&.' 2/6. to £2 5/ per ton for-De=Ji fheav^d. delivered Adelaide. Whe -.rei. Chajf.—£f io £3 7/6...
FREEZING TO-CURE. ARCTIC[?]COLD FOR SLEEPING SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
FRKKZ1NG TO-CCBE. AfiCTIC-COLD FOR SLEEPING SICK}^SSS. Drastic'measures axe being taken in a room at the Liverpool University, where a man .is enduring something of the rigors -of an Arctic climate. ' He is experienc ing doe steady, consistent period of cold, and during the day the temperature of his room is considerably below zero. He is a victim of the drea*led tropical disease of sleeping sickness, and -as -ne is putting to the best practical test a. novel cold-airj treatment for tropical diseases taken in1 hand by the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, he is a source of daily interest tn the professors of the school who have spent years in combating the baneful ef fect of blood parasites. Most of the ex periments for fighting tins peculiar sick- &lt; ness have been carried oat on the spot in the tropics, and it is not an unreasonable suggestion that if parasites; even when tbey -have entered the Hood of a human being, , axe removed from the warm cli mate where they s...
FROZEN PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
FROZEN PRODUCE. - The Co-operative Export Company of fkmth Australia (F. Ralph & &lt;5o., mana £beb) have received the following mar ^cet report dated London, February 11:— "We axe glad to record continued im Tpwement in all classes of frozen meat. jXa lamb we can* record an all-round rise *pf Id. per stone since last week. Muttor J "is BlBocUstiitctly firmer, and hat made i a saost instances an extra l-16d., thour fa perhaps the weakest article at the r J'q. snent is New Zealand mutton. On the ^wbtds, we are optimistic about the mar Snl improve xnent "Will &lt;wrctmne m toe early future. &&SL trade i* a little slow this - week. jWBeOy-flii ajacattot of thsctemge j&lenosa the weather and partly the ^pfrard tgip.A£fai values causr^ Tin settlement of the output. To-day's quo tations are, as follows:—Lambs—Austra- i liaxi, best quality, ~4d. per lb.; fair and in ferior qualities, 5|d. to 3Jd. Mutton— Australian lightweights, 3 3-16d.; hea...