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FOOTBALL. NORTH ADELAIDE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
FOOTBALL. KOBTH ADELAIDE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. I The annual meeting of the North I | Adelaide Club was held at the North Adelaide Institute last night. The Mayor of Adelaide (Mr. L. Cohen)' pre sided over a crowded attendance. The annual report regretted that the club had not occupied a higher position: than sixth in the premiership list last j year. They had been unfortunate in los: ing the'services of a number, or brilliant 1 players in the early part of the season—a loss from which" they had never recover ed. The West Adelaides were congratula-1 ted on the success they had achieved in the past season. The. trophies presented by officers and supporters of the club bad been won as follows:—Most brilliant play, C. F. Drew; best services, J. C. Beedman; followers, H. G. McKail and C. H. Tuckey most consistent play, N. Le Messarier; best place man, E. B. Jones; best junior, D. O'Brien- The finances were healthy. The membership ticket re turns for, the season passed the £100 mark. The ...
THE MURRAY WATERS. THE COMMISSION'S REPORT. LABOR MEMBERS' OBJECTIONS. MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
THE MURRAY WATERS. THE COMMISSION'S EEPOET. LABOB MEMBFES' OBJECTIONS. _ MELItOUHlTE, March 14. The Murray Waters Commission report, covering 7a fooiB~>-ap pages, recapitulates the history of the question, and arriveB at the conclusion that locking is for the benefit of navigation exclusively, and is not a oroper object for the expenditure of public money, -as irrigation is, within tha Murray basin, of paramount considera tion, and is the first object of the use of its tributary streams. Failing, an agreement between all the three States concerned, the Commission recommends an agiccment between any two. It recommends- that a board, con sisting of one rr-ember from each State, be appointed. The Labor member* of the Commis sion dissented from the view that irri gation settlement in Victoria must be largely the work of settlers from abroad. They are of the opinion that suitable persons can be got from their own people if the Tand were ivadt? available on libe ral terms, and assistan...
BROKEN HILL MINERS' PAY. REV. C. E. SCHAFER AGAIN EXPLAINS. BROKEN HILL, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
BROKEN HILL MINERS' Pil. BEV„ C. E. SCHAFEB AGAIN ^ EXPLAINS. BRQii-liiX H 11 iT. • 'M nrrh 1fl. The Rev. C. K. Scijafer draws attention to a report in ihe "Barrier Troth" jf January 6 of an interview with Mr. Jcthn Darling at Adelaide on January 4. question was asked Mr. Darling—"TJoyoa TBgarS 7/6 a -flay as a living wage at Broken HilL" reply -was—"E is cer tainly .a living wage for men who are content to dp witiiotit _ gambling and drinking. Ait any rate,* it was 'a living wage ti Store the iiigher rates were given/ Str. "chafer thinks it is probauEe tVmt. Mr. Darling's remarks Save been attri ! buted to iiim..
THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
' THE KIFLE. "The Adelaide (plub held their first competition on Saturday. Conditions were 10 shots and 2 sighters at each 500 and 600. The weather conditions were good, although a strong right rear wind took plenty of watching. The club have an att£g.ctive programme for competition this year. The various aggregate prizes, trophies, &C-, total £90, besides daily cash prizes at each of the competitions, rang ing from £1 to Sj. The trophies in clude the Licensed Victuallers^ Cup and the Stevenson Shield, each to be won three times, and the Hoad Cup, for which points are awarded the first six competi tors in each competition. Handicaps are included for each of thes^ trophies. Hie match on Saturday resulted in a win for , Captain C. Williams, from scratch, who : put on the fine total of 97. He notched 49 ai 500 and 48 at the longer range. M. H. Stanford (one of the younger, shots) came a close second with 96. He shot splendidly, petting 46 at 500 and the "pos sible" at 600. His ...
LAW COURTS. SUPREME—CIVIL. Adelaide: Monday, March 14. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) A POLICEMAN'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
LAW CGUETS. STJPEEME—CIVIL. Adelaide: Monday, March 14. (Before His Honor the Chief Justice*) A POLICEMAN'S WILL. The bearing iwas reopened, for further evidence, of'the action for probate of a will of tlie late William Williams, police constable, of Adelaide, who died on July 3, 1909.- Mr. E. J. W. Ashton • for the piaintiffs—James S. Eeynolds and James H Phillips, executors under the will of May 4,. 1887; Mr. W. Cidioss for the de-l fondants, testator's three children. Plain' J'ffs sought probate of the will of 1887,: which left the whole estate to the widow,; Elizabeth Arm Williams. Another alleged will in May, 1907, devised £1 a week to the widow, and upon her death directed the estate to be divided among the three children. The latter document could not i&lt;e found, and plaintiffs submitted that it was not duly executed; that at the time il was signed testator was not of sound mind and memory, and that it was re voked by the deceased destroying it. Senior-Constable Gol...
FIRE AT HINDMARSH. CHAFF STORE DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
FIRE AT HINDMARSH. CHAFF STOBE DESTROYED. Shortly after To'clock on Monday even ing the residents of Hindinarsh were aroused by the hooter at the gasworks sounding an alarm of fire. A large crowd soon collected on the Port road, in the vicinity of Mr. E. C. Worthless new row of shops. The fire: was dis covered in a galvanised iron and wood structure • occupied by Mr. C. E. Turner, chaff merchant. The Hirrdmarsh Volun teer Fire Brigade were on the scene two minutes after the alarm was-given, but by that time the building was alight from end to end, and it was soon appa rent thai nothing could save the contents, which were chiefly hay. The firemen, before playing on the water, had to tear down the iron sheeting of the building, and by that time the place was thoroughly alight. The brigade, under Superintendent •Duncan, did splendid work, and owing! to the inflammable nature of the ■ con-j tents of the building serious damage'to adjoining buildings might have occurredj but for their sm...
CIVIC ADVENT OF WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
CIVIC ADVENT OF WOMEN. More than one purpose has been; served by the strike of working women in New York, who make shirt waists, ai)d against whom the police authori ties are discriminating insolently and lawlessly (writes the "Woman Work ier"). It has shown a good many people that the Americans do not live under a Government of impartial law, j as some of them so fondly boast when; they , say that theirs is a government of law and not of men. The action; of the police authorities when they dis covered that, they had caught a rich woman in the net they had spread for a poor one was a revelation to many an honest-minded woman of wealth. It ;has had the effect, -too, of intensi fying the equal suffrage movement, by lifting it high above the level of a feminine fad and making it an obvious civic necessity. Not only has the strike exposed the police authorities as in collusion with employers who, because "business is business," mercilessly degrade working women, but its Police Court inc...
AN EXCUSE NOT ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
AN EXCUSE NOT ACCEPTED. At the Adelaide Police Court yesterday morning William Largen appealed before Jttr J. Gordon, S.M., and justices, charged w'th ha-ving been unlawfully on the pre nnse8 of the W tiite Conduit Hotel, Noitii street, 4"""g prohibited hours on Maxcfr •6. The information was laid by Inspec tor BurcfaeH, under the LicensHJg Act of 1203. Inspector Davey said that he saw the accused enter the hotel at II a.m. on' >arct 6 Largen told the landlord that he was a bona fide traveller, and had slept thfc previous night at Port Adelaide. The a. .cased, when arrested, stated that he Ihed on North terrace. A ftrtp of £2 157 was imposed, and the j.i-cuaed was allowed a week in which to pay
ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
ADELAIDE. STEAMSHIP COMPANY. half-yearly meeting. The twentieth general meeting of the Adelaide Steamship Company was held at the Steamship Buildings, Currie street, on Monday. Mr. James Harvey (chair man o£ directors) presided. The ■ Chair man stated that that being the half yearly meeting no accounts were pub lished, but the returns for the sis months ended December 31 last j&lt;sar yere such as the directors considered justified the pay ment of the usual dividend. The strike o* coal miners in .Newcastle, owing to which most of their cargo boats were laid up, did not materially affect the ac counts for the period under review, but the effects would be felt when the ac counts for the year were made up in June [ next, with w-hat result on the dividend tie could not say. They would no doubt [have been pleased to notice from press reports that the strike had been settled, i and work was being resumed that day. There had been no additions to the fleet during the last term, but ...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
To the Editor. Sir—As President of the Barrier Tem perance Alliance, will you kindly grant me space to state that the accusations against the Be v. C. E. Schafer made by Messrs. J. Lord and H. Sheridan are not true. As a resident of Broken Hill for years past I know of a certainty that Mr. Schafer never gave utterance. to the words be has. been accused of using. The columns of both local papers that re ported his various addresses fully are a sufficient proof of the accusation being unfounded. At an executive meeting of the Barrier Temperance Alliance, held on Friday, March 11, the following reso lution was carried, which, in fairness to Mr. Schafer, I ask vou to publish:— "That this meeting of the executive Bar rier Temperance Alliance regrets that Messrs. Lord and Sherloan should make such statements as that Mi. Schafer had said that the miners should not get more than 7/ per day, and that h.e had said to the crowd at Broken TTiH if they kept, out of the hotels they could live on ...
LOCAL OPTION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
LOCAL OPTION. To the Editor. Sir—In reference to Mr. J. Lord's state ment that I said "Miners should not get 7/ a day," and Mr. Sheridan's that "I stated to the mob at Broken Will that if they kept out of the hotels they could live on 7) a day," 1 wish to give both statements an emphatic denial, and /in support of my denial I refer them to the Licensed Victuallers' Association, ■Broken Hill, to trie local press that fully reported my speeches during the lockcwt, and to the residents of Broken Hill who resided here during the indus trial trouble. If these references are considered by them insufficient I will give this quarter's stipend to the Adelaide Children's Hospital if either Mr. Lord or Mr. Sheridan can conclusively prove the accusations they both made. I try to light both fairly and fearlessly, and have publicly stated that 1 will never be a party to winning a victory over the liquor people by strategy, and certainly think .that. Messrs. Lord and Sheridan are •"hitting below t...
PAINTERS' WAGES. ALLEGED FLOUTING OF AWARD. ACTION FORECASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
PAINTERS' WAGES. alleged plotting of award. action forecasted. When the works and highways commit tee's report came on for consideration at tte meeting of the Adelaide City Coun c:. yesterday afternoon, Cr. F. Lundie trok exception to the following clause:— "The Town Clerk submitted correspon dence from the Painters and Decorators1 Society in reference to employes of the j corporation sad the committee, finding [the position was the same as considered last year, decided to adhere to the pre vious decision." J He moved that tbe clause be- struck out, and that an amendment be made to the ^Ueot that all brush hands be paid at' the r3.*e"of the Wages Board award. The law jiras that certain wages should be paid, land as a body of law-abiding men they should observe it. Every outside em ployer had to recognise the schedule as laid down by the Wages Board, and it was only fair that the corporation should be bo'jna by the same rule. The present riactice was to keep men woiinng as brash hand...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
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THE LABORERS' UNION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
THE LABORERS* tJNIOX. To the Editor. Six—S. letter appears iij to-day's "Daily Heralcf' signed 'TT. S. Wallis," in which ' it is stated (bat toe report referring to the committee app'ointed by the United Labor Party to enquire into the question r;of the United Builders Laborers' Union being affiliated with the parly is incor rect, inasmuch as they neither recom mended the affiliation or otherwise. Mr. WaHis then states that the discussion was abruptly terminated by a motion* "That the question be now put," no member of the committee having spoken either for or against the granting of the, application. The facts are that Mr. ' Wallis, In giving the report to the coun cil, occupied quite 30 minutes. A con siderable discussion took up till a few minutes past 10 o'clock, when the reso lution That the question be put wascar r?ed. t, as the mover of the motion that the afTTTiation be not granted, having re plied, Sr. Wallis took up 10 minutes, and the motion was carried with only two diss...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910
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