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STONE FOR ROADMAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

STONE FOR ROADMAKING. Councillor Lundie's experience:' in the Port Adelaide City Council stood the members of the Adelaide body in good stead yesterday. Councillor Moulden moved certain alterations in the amounts of stone for roadmaking purposes to be procured - 'villi a view to making an experiment -with Kan garoo Island metal. Councillor tundie said that he had had an opportunity to form an* opinion in regard to the merjts of the Kangaroo Island stone whilst occupying a seat on the "Port council, and he was emphatically op posed to its use in Adelaide. Even, tually it was decided that a visit should be _ paid to Port Adelaide to make en quiries.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTERSTATE CRICKET. WESTERN AUSTRALIA V. VICTORIA. PERTH March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

jCNTEESTATE.CEICKfeE. "WESTERN AUBTEALIA V. VICTCBEElf - - PTSRTTT Wnwh ia- 1 In the cricket match between ~ Western! Australia -znd Victoria, In "the first in nings Western • Australia scored 322 and Victoria <196. The chief scorers ior West em Austealia were Hogne 119 an3 Howard 54, and for "Victoria Kortlang 83 and Kenny 40.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE UNEMPLOYED. AN HOUR AT THE LABOR BUREAU. "£1 A WEEK AND KEEP." ("The Daily Herald" Special.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

THE UNEMPLOYED. 2K HOCB AT THE LABOR BUBEAU.y "£1 A WEEK AND KEEP." ("The Daily Herald" Special.) "Hello, Mooj; finished up i:: "Yes, turned it up yesterday," said a powerxul young fellow, as lie joined three comrades. "Couldn't stand thai bully any longer. He'd knock the heart out of any one, and 1 didn't l'orget to tell the cost, what 1 thought of him." "Not worse than Foreman George; he's a grinder, ain't he I" "Look here, you chaps," said the new* comer earnestly, "George don't swear at you all day and try to make you feel like diri. He don't bully and curse, and that's why the fellows work twice as .well tor him." t was having a peep into a minor ta il us trial trouble, but tne subject was spd* lienly changed. "tioin' to have a shot heref" It was in toe lane .at the reai of the Hew Govern rmnt Buiiding% and the speaker accompanied the query with a noa toward the door of the L-abor itureau. - iTes, I came around to see wha?m doing. Been in " "Ao., Don't t.Hi-nlr its much good-**...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOXING. VICTORIAN COMPETITIONS. WHITING BEATS WALKER. MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

BOIIM. 1 V2CT0RIA3T 'GOBiPEHnQHS. "WHH33SG iWR*ava feitaaaL 3IBlcBOnBN3E. Har^i 1». Tho -flniiia in .the -Qydorainii nnmptfHw tions were lield>wiiig&-ana rteolfee^ >bs ' follow:—-jtotntams-^Boyd. Jbeaf S'ortJts* Peathewelghte—Hodgson best* <&innn« . XiightweigfitB-rSanaeism iieat MeGnirt. A 20-roands contest: between l>ave Wal* ker, 10 sL 31 3b^ and Tod VThitiBS,il tefci 2 lb., was fought. . {Both -are Jtelboorna men. .Walker was in good.condition,imt Whiting carried too much ijesh- -;: Walter opened well in the ifirstxoiaHd, setting first blood bypretty lefts on Whit ing's nose. : Whiting's foot work mraa very clever, and it puzzled Walter.;: In ■the fifth round Whiting droppe& W&lker, closmg lliB left eye, and in the following round Walker smothered a great deal. Whiting dealing heavy left, and 'light swings. Whiting scored in the remain ing rounds. Walker was ende&rnriii£*o tire oat-Whiting, andWtaker's Jfift, which is h...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Election Campaign WOOROORA DISTRICT. LABOR CANDIDATE'S WARM RERECEPTION. KAPUNDA, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

WOOROORA DISTRICT. LABOB CANDIDATE'S WARM EE SECETTION. KAPONDA. March U. At the Institute Hall to-night Mr. E. E. Thaioin (Labor candidate for Woo roora), addressed.-a, large and enthusiastic audience. The Mayor .(Mr. Bees Bees) occupied the -ihair. Mr. ThaTrim, -who on rising was greeted with loud' and prolonged cheering, said he felt very pleased at the reception given him. He was not a stranger in the district, h good <?eal had been said about the Labor Party ' throughout the State, but he -was not' there to run down any party, a-nVi only ibped' fbey would give him a paiient heaurig. He. thought the tabor £*arty. wjire quite Justified in hav ing one mjan rfgii}-E^iitmg them for the Wooroora ■di£tjdct, iild "surely, there were enough ^workers; ji-tbeT district to elect one Labor loan.. J(Chc(e»s). lA Voice-—We'll ' make , no mistake this lame.'. " ' . ' With raIer£nce~fo the' progressive land tax, the spejker^said 41 ieemed ridiculous that 703 'persons shculd'own the b...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BARRIER MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. BROKEN HILL, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

BAEBEER MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. BBOEEN itliLli. March 14. The municipal election campaign! opened to-night. Stirring speeches By j the Labor candidates, Messrs. TTftp°"j! Koberts, and Massey, were made, the'' aldermen loyally assisting. There are I food prospects of their return. I

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

| Imitation is the sincerest flattery,] but no guarantee of equality nothing .nearly so good as I BICKFORD'S COUCH ELIXIR ; for Colds and -Chest Complaints.

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

No Easter Party COMPLETE WITHOUT A LION PACKED Of THREE SIZES; Ko. X lb» ^ -1 lb, ^ ^ 3 lb. 2 ofr

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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RIVAL TO OIL TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

Rr%LL TO OIL TRUST. According to a report from Austin, Texas, the Standard Oil Trust is to have a powerfnl rival, not ooly in American fields of commerce, bat in the oil mar kets of Europe and South America- It is stated that the negotiations, which were begun very recently, are practically completed for. the fuerging of' the oil lands, pipe lines, and refiBeries of the Mexican Eagle Petroleofaa. Company and the Oil Company of Texas, which operates in that State and Oklahoma. . Hitherto the trust has absorbed all its rirsls chiefly because they had not the capital with which to fight the "octopus," but at the head of this new combination wijl be Mr. John W. Gates, the well known capitalist, who . has organised many successful corporations. The new company will be capitalised at £7,000,000, and it is believed that the new rival to the trust will wage a successful battle -against the older corporation. . X*eb him who would move and convince others be first moved and convinced him self...

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

PAINTERS' WAGES. Councillor Lundie brought forward a matter at the meeting of the City Council yesterday that requires instant attention. He stated that it was the practice of the corporation to employ, men at painting wort, and not pay them at the Wages Board award rate. It was decided to refer the matter to a committee, and Cr. Lundie was invited to attend the investigation.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE IMPLACABLE DISEASE. TREATMENT OF CONSUMPTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

1 • THE IMPLACABLE DISEASE. TEEATMENT-OP-'CONS/nSIETrVES. At the recent mtt-iicgs of the. Mamicipal Association and at She Unley Conference considerable attention was paid to the prevalence of consumption, the need for providing adeuuaie treatment for suffer ers, and also the pue\i-ntion of 1jhe spread of the disease. At the Norwood and Ken sington Council meeting last evening it was stated that the question lad been referred to the Adeteide Hospital authori ties, who would furnish a report. It is interesting' to note that several of the States jre awakening: to the fact that tuberculosis rn the various forms of the complain is responsible for a greater num ber of deaths tn Australia than any ottoer disease. In W«slcrc Australia a Boyal Commission aas recently been appjmted to make exhaustive investigations -on the disease in that State On the gold&slJs many young miners, working »ith boring machines in un healthy piaees, hive contracted consump tion, and the Sai-a'.c rium t...

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

BAROUE INGER REFLOATED. The barque Inger was towed off Troubridge Island by the Huddart, Parker Company's' tug- Eagle on Sun> day afternoon. The fame evening she returned to the Semaphore an chorage under her __ own sail. The tug returned just ahead of the barque. The master of the tug (Captain W. H. Poynter) stated that at the point where the barque took the ground the water shallowed ra pidly. Three attempts altogether were made by the Eagle to tow the barque off, the third being successful. The first try was made on Saturday after noon, and the second on Sunday morn ing. There was a good tide for the Sunday afternoon pull, when the ves sel tespor.ded to the tug's efforts, and was towed into deep water.

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

THE RESERVOIRS REPLENISHED. The recent rains have fiHed most of the Government reservoirs in the State, and it was learned at the Public Works Department yesterday that the Pekina Reservoir, which will hold 220,000,000 gallons, now contained only 40,000,000 gallons short of that amount. At the opening ceremony recently it was esti mated that 5,000,000 gallons were held in the reservoir.

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

'"WALK ROUND CORNERS." At the Norwood and Kensington Counter! meeting last evening, Council lor Lowen drew attention to the intersection of Edmund street and Beulah road, Norwood. He said that frequently diiveis came out of one street at a great pace, and in pulling up the hoises to prevent a collision they made them slip on the smooth pavements. He thought a notice "Walk round corners" should be posted there to safeguard the council against da mages. "I don't think the council is liable for damages if drivers throw their torses coming out of the street," replied the Mayor. "Well, in the in terests of humanity, or horseflesh, I move that the notice be posted," re plied Councillor Lowen. That was agreed to without further discussion.

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

WISE V. DEAKIN. Mr. G. H. Wise, member for Gipps !?.nd, Vic., in the Federal House of Re-1 presentatives, was one of the three Liberals, or, in other words, members of Mr. Deakin's parti* who would not allow himself to be bludgeoned into the fusion. He remained true to his] principles, and on several occasions? gave the fusion an unhappy time, par ticularly the Deakin section, by fine criticisms of their reprehensible con-J duct. The fusion is furious at being' unable to browbeat the bright little! Gippsland lawyer. The Prime Minis-! ter, who deceptively prates on-every platform about the independence and' liberty of every member of the fusion, is to visit the district, with the object of defeating the one man who gavei proof of independence, courage, and backbone. However, the affable but unreliable Mr. Deakin will not have] everything his own way, for the prin cipal newspaper in the division, the "Bairasdale Courier," has this to say:—"It is announced that the Fusion; Party have s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TEACHING THE YOUNG IDEA HOW TO SWIM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

TEACHING THE YOUNG IDEA HOW TO SWIM. The lessee of tire City Baths (Mr. C. I Bastard), in his report to the Director of Education for 1909-10, dealing' with the instruction of school children in the art of swimming, states:—"This has been a summer season that daring ■my twenty-five years' experience in teaching swimming' has had no equal, for variable weather, combined with a record for February and December for! hot and cold weather. I began as usual| on' October 24, and organised sixteen; city .and suburban schools, giving ad dresses to tie children on the advan tages of swimming, with illustrations of lifesaving arid restoring the apparently ( drowned. The whole of my work in a measure was time wasted, because from. October 25 right up to Christtiias we had an extraordinary setback is the weather, and the coldest December ■on ixecord. The result was that no thing could induce the boys and girls to face the -swimming class. The con ditions were against it, and my efforts had. to b...

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

"BROMPTON LAKE." Residents of Brompton,. who have been long suffering over the flood waters in thfe locality, are rejoicing at the move that is at last bektg made to cope with the trouble. Some mouthy ago the Hindmarsh Corporation were informed that a scheme had been de-j vised to . deal with the difficulty under Chief street railway bridge. With every rain this portion of the town becomes a veritable lake, and for several hun dred yards on either side of tire bridge, traffic is suspended, both for pedes trians and vehicle. "Bronrpton Lake": will be a thing- of the past in a short time. On Monday a gang of men started to dig a: trench from Chief street to West street, and by means of an electric pump it is proposed to pomp the water into the water table at West street. The pump is to be honsed near the bridge. The work is •being undertaken by the ■ Engineer-in Chief's Department, and will be finished before the approach of winter.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SWIMMING TEACHER'S FINE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

SWIMMING TEACHER'S FINE RECORD. Mr. C .Bastard, the lessee-of the City Baths, concludes a report to the Direc tor of Education with the following in teresting statement:—"I desire . to draw attention to the fact that this summer season has so far passed with out a youth in the metropolitan area being drowned, and when I refer to the lamentable death roll recorded in the other States amongst the growing youth, caused primarily through a want of knowledge of swimming, I feel I can rightly claim that my past fifteen years' work, in which I have taught 5,000 to swim, is showing its results in saving life in this State; and I think that the small amount that I receive {£50) could well be increased, seeing that I pay an expert assistant to help me in this work."

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

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT. An enquiry at the Public Works De-] partment yesterday as to whether there was a likelihood of work soon being forthcoming to absorb those who are unemployed in the city yielded no de finite information. It was stated that a deal of work was in progress. The i three railway lines whose construction ; has been authorised will not be taken ; in hand for some time, as the surveyors I are still engaged in their task. Work ers are getting used to this sort of I information, but it provides little sus I tenaoce for their children. I

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

A HINT TO LABORERS. Laborers are warned not to accept any piecework on the Myponga recla mation under 1/1 per yard, measured by the ditch. At present the rate is lod. per yard, measured by the bank. At this rate even, the daily wage of 7/6 cannot be earned in eight hours, and the work should be paid for at a higher rate.

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