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GENERAL CABLES. PORTUGUESE WINES. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

GENERAL CABLES. POBTUGTJESE WINES. LONDON, March 14. The British Government lias granted a mininmm tariff in respect of Portuguese wines.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DEATH OF MR. GEORGE MURRAY. VANCOUVER, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

DEATH OP ME. GEORGE MUTt.TI.AT. VANCOUVER, March 14. The death is aciicvneed of Mr. George Murray, who was ictntified for half a century with ti>3 Montreal Literary Bureau. His sen. Mi. James Murray, is editor of the Irondon "Times."

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CZARINA'S HEALTH. RUSSIAN PEOPLE SYMPATHISE. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

TTTF. CZiKDJA'S HEALTH. RUSSIAN PEOPLE SYMPATHISE. LONDON. March 14. There is a grea~ wave of sympathy in St. Petersburg with the Czarina of Rus sia in her present bad state of health. She has been p: < strated for some time with acute nervous breakdown, which is attributed to cor scant fear- of assassina tion.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MELBOURNE LARRIKINS. NOT ORGANISED PUSHES. MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

MELBOURNE MBBISM NOT ORGANISED BpiiBOtrENE, March -it jux. vj oaiiagnan {Victorian nnmniw. sioner of Polxce) doeS not believe ihat "ttie larrikin pushes at Carlton and JlorthSfal boiitne are mganised to any -large eisUlBL

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COLOEED SEAMEN DESERTERS. CAPTAINS HEAVILY FINED. MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

COLOEED SEAMEN DESERTERS. CAPTAINS HEAVILY J&Nm WfibBOlJKNE. ISfarnfi 4S.. The captains of -the steamer CtipelSriisi terre and Daldrock havebeen fined £100 Bach fox allowing colored- seamen to desert. J

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FREE LABORERS. REPRESENTATION ON WHARF LABORERS' BOARD. GRANTED BY JUDGE HEYDON. SYDNEY, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

FREE tiABOEERS. ErrgESETNTATTON" ON WTTAWff LABOKEBS' BOASD. G3S.NTED BX JUDGE-EEYDO^ . _ _ . . „ SIDNEY. -Mflroh ■«. in me industrial Court -this Judge Heydon, while there was .much force m m. . Hughes* criticism of the qualifications of . the nominee of the free laborers, held that free laborers had a. right -to mated themselves, and he granted -them repre sentation orrthe Waterside Workers Deep Sea Wharf laborers' Board.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A DASTARDLY ACT. ATTEMPTED TRAIN WRECKING. LUCEY ESCAPE FOR MAIL TRAIN. SYTNEY, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

A D&STMDLY ACT. ATTEMPTED 1HAIN WSECKTNG. XUCEY ESCAPE iOS MAIL TEAIK. i SYTTKEY. March" 14. While s crowd;j passenger train from Mount Victoria t". Sydney was running into Katoomba ftation last night tb* front bogey wheels cf the engine left the rails. On investigation dozens of fair sized stones were frcnd on both rails, and there were aI=o crushed stones -on the line. a further -search was made, and over a hundred stones were discovered on the down rails, as well as crushed stones on the other line ov-jt which the train had passed. Several heel marks were found close to the scene. The notice, who are investigating the matter, say '-hit clcldren were not sponsible for the act. as was supposed. It is believed on the- mountains that a deliberate attempt was made to wreck the train. The nigh" was misty,, and had this train not been rpnning the first divi sion mail Jrain wnald probably have -ons off the line. <-aasin£ a serious accident, with probably -loss of life....

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORPORATION DEBENTURES. A QUESTION OF LEGALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

- — ■ I COBPOBATION DEBENTURES. A QUESTION OF 1EGALITY. A special meeting of the Adelaide City Ccuncil was held yesterday for the pur pose of confirming the action of thai Wayoi in accepting the offer of the Sav ii^t Bank of South Australia to lead to the corporation on .debentures at .pax at £4 per cent, per -annum the sums ol £74,000 and £12,000 dealt with by the ■ cruncil on February S3, 1910,' the Aus t plian Mutual Provident Society having, refused to carry out their tender as ac A.pted by the council on that date. < Ihe Uayor referred to the' negotiations / that had already been carried out, snd I sif.ted that it had been decided to accepw. thti "tender of the A.M.P. Society to pro-i vide the loans at £3 19/, per cent. A. no-< ti<v of acceptance was sent to the A. AT P 1 Society, but that body refused to take -agi tbf debentures on, the ground '{hat tha! E viety's. solicitors were -of opinion thafc conditions as laid down by the conn-* cil did ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GOVERNMENT PRINTERS. SPORTS AT NATIONAL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

GOVERNMENT PRINTERS. SPOBTS AT NATIONAL PAKE. On Saturday afternoon the staff of the Government Printing Office held their sports, which were postponed at the wavzgoose the previous Saturday owing to "the rain. About 140 members ana friends, including ladies, made the trip in a special train. The Acting Govern ment Printer (Mr. R. E. Rogers) and Mrs. .Rogers were present. The "rendez vous was the ti-fcree ovaL The Chief Secretary (Hon. J. G. Bice) visited the ground during the day. The officials were:—Judges, Messrs. J. Trebilcock and E. H. Othams; referee, Mr. T. Chambers; starter, Mr. A. Polkinghorne; hon. secre tary, Mr. K. Chea/y. Results:— 100 yards ■ Flat.—First heat—BridgtemL A. A. • Bawsoo, Feist ead. Second heat—Gyneli, Dockett, LongwiiL Third beat—Tierney, Pilcber, Man-: oing. Final—Heniey, Bndgland, Pilcher. 75 yards Flat (men over 40).—Wedd, J. Martin. 65 yards (men over 50).—Bisset, Inman, Hubble.] 75 yards figg-aod-Spoon.—First heat—Painter, Irv ing, Pilch er. Second h...

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

VOTES FOR WOMEN, The Labor C x x Favor an FjXtension of the Franchise. Authorised by E. Blundell, T gajt<

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLITICIANS AND PRESS BRIBED. FORMER ASSISTANT ARRESTED. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

POMTIGIAUS AND PEESS BRIBED. fcOBMEB ASSISTANT ARRESTED. ' LONDON. Martih 14. further scandals are coming to light I in/the JJuez case. It has been discovered [ that no less than ISO poHUcitms and members of the press were bribed toy him. No names have yet been disclosed. JL Marfin. a former assistant of Duez, has also been arrested- for complicity m the scandals.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADELAIDE'S HEALTH. AN OPTIMISTIC REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

ADELAIDE'S HEALTH.! AN OPTIMISTIC BEPOBT. The Chairman of the Health Cqmjnit. tee <Dt. W. Aogas Johnson) presented a " report to the Adelaide Board on Monday, afternoon. The report, which was b^sed on the • medical officer's statement tor the fortnight,. was as follows:—"No 'local case of typhoid fever .was reported dur ing the fortnight. That is, remarkable i as this is the typhoid season of the year.'' It appears that tire outbreak of diph- - theria referred to a? the last meeting still continues, but it is of a very mild character. It is m reality this rnildoesa which leads to the spread of the disease, for -ome cases escape recognition. Measles ard erysipelas contribute one case each. No Jasa 01 scarlet- fever or of whooping cough was reported, bat 46 cases i f the laiter disease (previously re-, ported) are still bemg attended by the/ city trained nurses. Only two local cases of pulmonary tuberculosis were reported. This in itself :s a favorable record; but 20 cases ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AVIATION. BIG CARNIVAL AT COLOGNE. ACTUAL WARFARE CONDITIONS. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

AVIATION. BIG CAE^IVAL' AT COLOGNE. AGTUAIi WABFABE CONDITIONB. LONDON. March M. It Via« been arranged that in April next extensive aerial evolutions, which "will approach as near as possible to actual warfare conditions, mill be gone through at Cologne. Zeppelin, Paiseval, and Gross airships will be used, "and officers and engineers will be instructed in the art of manoeuvring. There will also be wireless experiments conducted between ttte machines and land stations.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KIEL DOCKYARD WORKERS. SHORT SHIFTS DEMANDED. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

KIEL DOCKYARD WORKERS. SHORT SHIFTS DEMANDED. LONDON, March 14. The slackness of work in the Kiel Dock yards, Germany, is leading to the dismis sal of many hands. Upon hearing-then* fate the workers he came. incensed, and they are now de manding the introduction of short shifts so that there will be no need for any of the hands to be put oS.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A LAW CASE. THE WRIGHTS AND PAULHAN. ALLEGED INFRINGEMENT OF PATENTS. VANCOUVER, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

A LAW CASE. the weights and paulhan. alleged infringement OF patents. vancouver, March 14. The Wright Brothers, of flying fame, are seeking a temporary injunction to restrain M. Paulhan from making flights in a Fambam biplane, their contention being that the machine infringes their patents. M. Paulhan will appear next week" to show cause why he should not cease his flights, and in the meantime be will give exhibitions weekly. His bond for £1200 has been accepted.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FATAL EXPLOSION. FOUR JAPANESE KILLED. VANCOUVER, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

FATAL EXPLOSION. FOUE JAPANESE KILLED. VANCOUVER, Harch 14. An explosion lias taken place at the Western Explosive Company's work^, Bowen Island, and four Japanese em ployes and one white were killed.

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

f HINTS FOE AUSTRMIMK, " "Tbe girl of 21 who votes .for ithe aiiti Labor candidate on April li doesnJt Meat*. | to secure a husband till ehe>isril. obvious!—"Worker."' i Upon tlie great question of'the-de&nca of Australia, the Labor Panty has atiswfs been keenly .ilert. The present. defeat* • policy of the CcrrmonweaSBi is .aimer jt ivliolly -doe to the enacts or TBEmhfgsv of the Labor Party, lie greatest nowaiH ra tions pay for the upkeep at ~foax ami ies and navies out of revenue. TheiFaskHt# Jo vernment are detennined to impose t! no taxation upon the weatthy,.8n*K<fir> tab js a course which, avoiding tins, is Jfeelj j to find favor in the eyes of Use j jsax, moneyed interests whom it'in jjaxtif atlar represents. Hence the naval loan jpr jticy_ In industrial matters, the recos& < £ the Labor Party is a noteworthy one. I n ad dition to those measures which afEe ct the industrial welfare of the people Ijy ex cluding undesirable persons, t...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHEN GREEK MEETS GREEK. THE POLICE AND BOOKMAKERS. SUBSTANTIAL FINE IMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

"WHEN GEEEK MEETS! GREEK. -THE'POLICE iiND BOOKMAKERS. SUBSTANTIAL FINE IMPOSED. At t the Adelaide Police Court on,MonJ day morning, Stephen Whelan appealed! before Mi. J. Gordon, S.M., and justioesj charged with having on March 12 un-3 lawfoUy been on the premises of" the Im-J perial Hotel [or the purposes of betting^! He pVeaded guilty. j Detective Mitchell said that on Safcnr-5 day afternoon last, a1 3 p.m., he saw tiled aocosed and a nan named Fiizpatrieki behind a door in' the Imperial SoteL 1/irectly the accusea saw him be closed "i book and put it away. TTie witness 'asked the accused to hand over the book, and he refused. On being asked agadry however, he gave np the volume, which: contained the namefa ot horses, races, and a lot of initials When the accused, came outside he asked the witness to-gives liim another chanoe. Mr. F- Villeneuve Smith, who appealed for-the accused, asked the beach to take a lenient view of the cgse. There was no evidence to-show that the accused w...

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

patching the house of|| peeks. (By Spencer L. Hughes.) There is something delightfully amus ing in the change which has come over the tone of Tory speakers and papers dur ing the last couple of months in regard to the House of Lords. They went into the general election fray full of abject adulation for the noble lords and of the utmost contempt for the Commons. The hereditary principle was eulogised, glori fied, and regarded as sacred, and there were many husky references to the wis dom of our ancestors. Prominent peers led the chorus which was joined in by humble hacks, wbo were paid so much (or so little) per hour for their trouble. We were asked to remember the bold barons who tackled King John, we were informed thai peers never thought about themselves, bir were always concerned on behalf of tr.^ir bleeding country, and troubled about the laboring classes and the - unemployed I '■ It was soon discovered by the shrewd politicians who run the Tory machine that this twaddle was 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

Do'iYouf Ssibscritoe? [|Are^YoudafSbareboIdeiE,?|i The Job H rtnting Department will execute your orders lntlte best stylf , and with the greatest, nromntit utie.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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