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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

Want's 'Railway' Lever Watch FOR A£L RAILWAY KBN. A Very "Strong, Heavy, Nickel, Open-face Keyless Watch. We guarantee it to be an absolutely Reliable, Accurate, and Certain Timekeeper. Just the Watch that every Railway Man ought to have. PRICES— With Rotheram Movement ,, , J .. £5 With English Movement .. .. .. .. £3 10/ With Waltham Movement .. . ^ .. .. ..£2 15/ Very few in stock. Order at once before we are soW oat, so-as to 76 Ruqrffe Wendt's, 24, 26, aqd 28 ! prevent disappointment. Obtainable only from Arcade.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

COMMERCIAL. j The markets opened quieter yesterday. /Wheat was a little firmer, bat in other 3L"nes no change took place. - Under. date February 9, writing from dEdverpool, a well-known grain firm re ports as follows:— ■ "Markets have been decidedly heavy . jVuongh scarcity of buyers, increasing 1 Shipments, and more pressure to sell. Cargoes are 1/ to .1/6 . per quarter, and •Xdverpool futures about 2d. per 100 lb. 3nwer; Paris, is 4d., Berlin 6d-, Budapest . yd-, and New Xork Id. per 480 lb. lower, v iriale Chicago shows no change. "weather and Crops.—The frequent "-tftorms of lain and snow in January were -interspersed with spells of fine weather, i _ «3d the recorded sunshine and tempera -: tore to:ceeded tie' average. The month j ttosed with much rain in the south and JSeavy snowfalls further north; it has ^been milder, but there have been ! Syur wet days in February, as well'as : . BBveial night frosts, and unfavorable con 'Jft^Hons-ifoe tillage continue. _ '- - Bnrbpe-^ifter ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE GRAPE RING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

THE GRAPE BKG. To the Editor. brr—Itty attention has been drawn to a paragraph in your issue of Saturday, March 12, concerning the existence of a ring, which, it Is aMeged, controlled the price of wine grapes, &c. The word "al leged" would in-many people's idea read that the above ring did not control the price-of wine grapes in the Marion dis trict. I am given to understand in the Tanmrfa district lije growers and win^ makers meet and arrange the price, l>ut in the Marion disc/ioL the price is already fixed by the buyers/ thereby saving the growers any trouble of arranging the price. Yon are' simply told "xou must take the price I am offering you, as you cannot get any more from- any one ; ■ we hove arranged the price." I rusk 4s that' a lair and square deal? I note the members of two firms, who were ap proached by four representative, staged tfaey Knew nothing of the report. Did "they know anything erf the ring that was formed and the price that was to be given and not ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

Amusements. NEW EMPIRE THEATRE. EVERY EVENING, GROTE STREET, VICTORIA SQUARE. Telephone 2327. Sole Lessees and Proprietors, Messrs. LENNON, HYMAN, & LENNON. NEW EMPIRE VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS. THE PERMANENT PLACE OF VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT. NIGHTLY INTRODUCING 20 ACKNOWLEDGED ARTISTS, 20. LAST TWO NIGHTS OF THE CROTTON BROS. ' Onr"Special Featore, New Moving Pictures by the Great MIORAMA. Regular Empire Prices—2/, II, and 6cL Boxpian at Duhst & Biven's. Book ing Fee, 6d- esjra._ ^___ Business Notices. Don't Walk or Cap it, | RIDE A BIKE. | Of coarse, the best Bicjieleto boy is the ^LEWIS." They last vetymany years, and give absolute satisfaction. If, however, you want a low-priced Machine come and see some of the Secondhand ones we are offering. We guarantee them really good value. wjsisii <jGcmrmaiSES if obderihg by post. Bo. 454 is s "JAKES," 2"l-in. fane, recently ovezinded and pronounced in good order .. .. .. .. £4 10 0 So. 558—BifLA. Parts, - 22-in....

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

To the Bditex Err—Being a readei of your valuable paper, will you kmdly allot me a small space concerning the Adelaide wine grapes buyers' rim;. Your representative wailed on two fi'ms. who stated that a rise of 5/ per ton had been given last year and again 5/ per ton this year. The Ba rossa < nd Tanunda district growers and buyers had conferred to fix prices, and had done so to .be satisfaction of. both. No eucti thing has been done by the Ade- j laide ring, who siii»pJy handed to the; growers a list of the prices they had; fixed ipon, and, U iough thier greed and I grab, .educed the price in my case £1 per J ton. I can see no reason for the reduc tion. The demand is eaual to last ■rear's. J and the croo is sina3!er.— I am. &c„ 1 Start, March 12.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AFFORESTATION. LOOKING AHEAD. A NATIONAL UNDERTAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

AFFORESTATION. LOOKING AHEAD. A NATIONAL UNDEETAKHGL, Already in connection with the State elections candidates have -been asked, among: other questions, their views on afforestation or reafforestation, anrl wisely the Labor Party have made thic v question a part of their policy. It ia - really a question of great importance ■,/ and one that is eminently suited to a . party that is 'striving- to inaugurate social and industrial reforms," the full: benefits of which may not be expected or appreciated even during the present , generation, but which will eventually ■ ■ prove of lasting and substantial benefit to the community. It is true that the1 Cammonwealtli f has an area of forest lands that is pos-t sibly only exceeded in extent by thoee of Russia, Canada, and the' United States, but at the same time the pro-* poruoD of forest area in Australia tal J the land area is only about 5 per cent,, '■$ while in the other countries named it; ranges from 30 to 40 per Cent. Still ^ the conti...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. F. S. Wailis.' —good could result' from giving the natter prominence. We, can trust the good sense of the people of South Australia to deal with it.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT, ADELAIDE. Monday, March 14. (Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., T. Woodhead, J. H. Gurr, F. S. Wallis, and E. Basedow.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

POLICE COURT, ADELAIDE. Monday, March 14. (Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., T. Woodhead, J. H. Guit, F. S. Wallis, and E. Basedow.) Albert Charles Wirth pleaded not guilty to a charge of having conducted a lottery in the Cen tral Market on March 12. lfr. GL Liegerfcwood (on behalf of Mr. J. IL Anderson) asked for a remand- Sab-Inspector Edwards offering no ob-' jection, the accused was remanded imtil Marrh 2L Mary OTleiHy, for fcaviug neglected to seed her son, Albert Chartes, aged'10 jcms, to Che ueoamiy nunOm* of times tbsing-1be week, aided 5, vas-Saed £L He.. J. mipeiual't*Hhe'^1ui lUiuf-Department.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

The People's Food. 25 Tons Cocoa, FRY'S, 25 tons, 13 cwt, 1 qr., 24 lb., NOW DUE IN THE S3. Suffolk, S,S. Ifcfakool. D. & J. Fowler, Agents.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOURNAMENT TIES. LADIES' SINGLES HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

TOURNAMENT TIES. LADIES' SINGLES" HANDICAP. Miss E. Castle beat Mrs.. McArthor, 6—3, 5—6, 6—3; Miss Thomas »>ea, %is WeUer, 6—L, 6—2. LADIES' ROUBLES HANDICAP. Misses Law tie and Brennan beat Misses Samwell and Florey, 6—4, 6—5; Misses E. and D. Basnefct jedt Mrs. Hag Ipsa and Miss M.. Weidenbach, 6—3, 6—3; Misses Tbt mas " -and Warren Ueat Misses 'Weller ' ^nd Evans, 6—4, 5—2; Sirs. Andrew ana Miss A. Lovely beat Misses Spiller and Middleton, 6—3, o—4; Misses Bullock and Connor beat Misses 0. Brown and Sharp, 6—5, 6—5; Mrs. McArthur, and Miss M. Addison beat Misses Wy&tt and Hack, 6—5, 6—1; Misses E. Castle and M. Reid • oeat Jlisses Dyer and Hoepner, 6—5, 2—6, 6—4; Misses W. and N. Brown beat Misses File and ! iiill, 6—3, 5—6, 7—5. ! GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES. Eincieb (scr.) £eat Orchard {tec. 15), 6—1, 4—6, o —1; A. It. Taylor (scr.) beat A. J. Roberts /scr.), 6—4, 6—5; -Penny (scr.) beat Dr. -Smith -.scr.), 6—3, 6—4; D. B. Reid (ecr.) lost to Rowe (ser.), 2—6,-6—4, 8—5; M. ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PROSPECT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

PROSPECT CLTJB. The annual meeting was held on Friday even ing: in the Prospect Ho« . Mr. D. James occu pied the chair. rhe secretary's report shoved that the past son had Ixen a successful one, the team just msaing a )>lace xx^the finals, •-Re ference was made to the honor conferred on the club by Mr. P. Bus&ei in gaining the Ma garey medal. It was Ci cided to ask permis sion of the South Australian Association to change the club's colors, in order to save con fusion when playing- opposing teaaxa. The colors proposed to be adopted ore purple and irhite. The election x officers resulted as. fellows'—Patron, Mr. L. > Johnson; President, Mr. E. • P. Tennant; Vlce-Presid^nte, ■ several; Chairman, Mr. D. James; Hon. Secretary And -Treasurer, Sir. C. Neil: General Committee^ Messrs. D. James, C. Lock Bobinson, J. Gregg, -mri the ,secretary: Association -©debates, Measv D. C. Wilson and C. Neil, Proxy Delegate, Mr. J. powUl; Coa- n Mr &. ttr-Kns-jn; Headl ainer, Mr. ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTERSTATE LAWN TENNIS. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

I ffiTEBSTATE LAW TENNIS. SECOND DAY. I The inter-State match between Vic toria and South Australia was resumed at the Adelaide Oval courts on Monday. | The match between wew South Wales | and the local team was also begun. Re sults :— I GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES. I Taylor (V.) beat Hunt (S.A.), 6—1, fi—L ! lleid (S.A.) beat Mcoahac (v.)f 6—2 fi—2. i O'Dea (S.A.) beat Malcolm (V.)» 6—3, 6—2. I Tartar (S.A.) beat Eice. (N.S.W.), 6—3, 6—4. I Rice (N.S.W.) beat O'Dea (S.A.), 6-^3, 6—3. I Campbell (N.S.W.) beat Tbamas (S.A.), - 6—3,, 3—6, 6 4. Rudder (N.S.W.) beat berrett (S.A.), 6—3, 6—4. GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLES. Taylor end O'Dea <S-A.) beat Rioe and Oampbefl (N.S.W.), 6-4, 6—3. Paifcer and Bewe (NAW.) beat BaiTett and Thomas (S.A.)j 2—6, 6—4, 6—4.

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BREAK OF GAUGE ASSOCIATION. HAMLEY BRIDGE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

BBBAK OF GAUGE - ASSOCTAHOH. HAMLEY BRIDGE. Karch IS. The Wasleys-team Tieied-Hamley Bridge oft Saturday last to try cooduaons mQi -the local dab. The visitors -were leading by two point* in the <A>mpefcitian, and they thus brought their stronkest team to try and increase t^eir lead* hot the Hamleys had afeo-a strong ^eam ,ocLtt-«nd some good cricket shown by bacfesJdes -was appreciated by the large crowd ga&^red <m the recreation ground. "The *%^after "*was •yftfeci The local skipper winning 'the ioas, sent "the visitors to the wickets. The bowling was good,' and allowed of only three men reaching double figures, and the last wicket fell for a total of 160. It was htuoght by many that the locals were is-for another loss, especially as the time was going quickly. Four oi their best batsmen -were disposed of lor a total of 48. . A1 Ridings was playing a good game, when be was Joined by Richmond. The latter got to work eaiiy, runs came fpirly faet tram...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

Public Notices. *plf*D5WEAITO OF AUSTRAIJAJ ^.dfcrfeB&iriaca lor-appointment as Telegraphj - "f/ |lwiilSJgec^ 'Adelaide and Soborfae, will be held ?V?r. ,>o£?xSntiayV-*he 7tii Slay. 1910. jiJ> L'(a1Bn>>JrTin HmrhnTtiiig, Spelling and Axiih-j ££-*S*Hpe^4 - • I -• ~ ^jpBeaSonB are invited trom boys of not less *tt years,. dot turn passed their 16th hirih and Conns of application ob 4b&10ffioe .Of tiie Commonwealth Pub impector, <3JP.O., Adelaide. fee, 5/.. £lD6e ^rfl.^Qi, T19ia • -• ** » llf & RYAN, UCENSED tAKD BEOKEBS. ~"KCE, iASD BBBfEB&L COM-j . Terysoperior ,8tom; «nd B-isi .. .... J^netaiy new). Wdar Roams, feaeage, ir jmitils, ■ IwiY; Acfe,' mce fruit gcflai; Laoi * I -gfeMt - gt rear. ^RveBooinfiytiaib^fxa* r Ac. ; afl ingood repair. J?c36 —nuuimfj Thcee fioons Mi ceQ&r/l&cge sheds, fiuit "■Jfaaen^^anfc V teppj Mdaeedn to £298. 1 ^.:. :•••■" ' Xk eEBHOarfi, •. • ■ s: > * ^&ae.«ad Ltod -Agent, S2R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

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YACHTING. THE SA[?]NARA CUP. MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

YACHTING. THE SAjMsABA CUP. MELBOURNE. :Maich 14 The fhird race for the Sayonara Cap between ■ He. Sayonsra aiid the TMmH» was sailed to-day. The Sayonara was first off, and' Bhe Bhot stead "dftlie'CTflwMla in a strong faster" v wind. The Colwalla, by two phort tacks. _got close up to the wind .md stretched lor the ten iBjleibuiry. The Sayonara, jlter .a long etretch ialdag the coast, tacke 1 to windward, and "al ways 'eading,. rov.ndfc'l the buoy at 4.29 p.m. yhe'Sayoia a won by 13 minutes.

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THE COUNTRY. LITTLE BOY SCALDED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

• .CucSWK ; -vi.\v . . iv.y, UfflE BOY SCALDED. , xeh l3 —A pain I "to the 18 months ,old-£DiO£f>Sebwerft, isrmeT' of •thMf^^^ai^'^SijhweratijIli'S^iiainiB to lipr ^a(HZiestic >ddt£^,~>^placed 'a dipper of a. table, and had .only oTisiheb^tbe: £3i3.d upset Termini self. He 'wasbSdly applied^^nd? ar. »«are the 'little chap is a prbgressingwelL''- ••. - . ' --• *W t , and .if i^omn m|l . T a»te.—There ^is lie ,'Opauon 3u favor .of a BiJpr to is ,^ifiaptrrand it-is thal tbe Goveriomeni ."will * -be ~ ~.an expertjtoadvise "iii'the SCT.oJl-TPayiiteri; who; for „ ^pastor of the/local .Baptist. Church, has' .risigtied. Tr^ JuHTl not be leaving before the end of spts. • ••• 1 : .wwfirig^f ■^^^fe^'KtrTO-^lflnncflTJJhdd . : ,tWax«ffig^V"T';,Vyy-tajj'ffiacejr, "yas intKK " el^^SiJSiCr- JtSy-W-i- -He <hmplaihifed that - ib«tS^pei8P^^bac"t^><^y.V"nQlated 4tlie -igfr-- .burningv-of, efubble. ' Se jwmie3^irt ii& jjtb'e laad in iguestion ,.-' i.*. was,not e...

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CRICKET. AUSTRALIA V. NEW ZEALAND. PLAY ABANDONED. WELLINGTON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

CRICKET. ' AUSTRALIA V. NEW ZEALAND. SPLAY ABANDONED. WELLINGTON, March It. Flay in the cricket match at Christ*; church between Australia and New Zey land was abandoned to-day owing ia rains

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

Amusements. WEST'S OLYM PI A. Under Direction ... .. _ -- — _ ... Mr. T. J. West. SOOl.,' COJWFOSTABVE, COMWODIOOS. THIS AND EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. o"IL WESTS PICTURES. 5S. Th»Ppe-«min«it<aiHl Iiieompapable, AssistedDe'Cfeoen's Viceregal Orchestra. West's Poptter Prices—4/, 1/6, i/, and 6d. y Children Half-price to all part's except Gallery. Bozplan and Day ■ at Dohst & Biwen's. FKED \f A Manager S.A. CHAMBER OF MANVFACTUKESJ INCORPORATED. Tiie 1910 Exhibition MARCH 24 - TO MAY 4. CEREMONY THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 24. Season Tickets now ready £11/ for set of three(Centle»nan"8 ami-two Ladies'); Single Season, 10/6. Competitors' Season, s/3. F.YhftiirinTi - Building. H. E. WINTEROTTOM, Secretaiy; St PatrkKs Day, Thursday, Mardi 17 - SPORTS, . NATIONAL CONCERT, II0SILEE OVAL* EXHIBITION HALL, ALL DAY. , - AT NIGHT. ,j ■ ■ ,v ' P- E- KILEY, General' Secretary, ^ T - ,, 28 Old Exchasgre, Pirie street. ; - THE TAHOUS FASTING MAS {Direct from the Qlytnpia, Xioadon) ...

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JAPANESE NAVY. AN EXTENSION URGED. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

JAPANESE NAVY. AN EXTENSION UBGED. LONDON, 14. There is some discussion going on at "Eokio in japan on the question of the efficiency of the Japanese Navy. The Japanese journals urge the expan «on of the navy immediately, and Cap tain Oguri says that more vessels are required, as in 10 years' time 10 of their battleships and 19 cruisers will be use less for service.

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