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NORTHERN DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

N0HTHE3X DIVISION. Messrs. J H. Howe and A- B. Addison, who are. contesting the Northern Divskm of the Legislative Council, addressed a meeting last week in one -of the towns of their constituency. Mr. Howe said that would probably be the last occasiin upon which he would address the electors. The resources of the State should be husbanded in. pros- \ .parous seasons, for bad times are sure to come again- jt behoved the Treasurer to be cautious. Tn correction with law re form.- he said that legislation to that effect had always ended in. moonshine. Law reform as proposed would suit the lawyers, but not the public. One party at the present time was drawing attention to its reformative legislation in the matter of old-age pensions, and the opening up of : the Pinnaroa cocntry was also talked a good deal about. Bow -were advocated many years ago tjy lam. Many who claimed credit for these measures were not in politics at the time. TSe Murray Biver question was a eerioas one. After irrig...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CANDIDATES RASH STATEMENTS. MEADOWS, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

CANDIDATES' BASH STATEMENTS. MEADOWS. March 10. On Tuesday evening Messrs. Ritchie. McDonald, and Blacker neld a meeting here. Owing to the wet weather the at tendance was small. Mr. Eitchie stated that more had been done during the last session for the benefit of the State than had ever been done before, as they had agreed to build ftver 500 miles of rail way to open up lana for settlement. They had to admit that the Labor Party had assisted them. On the financial agreement he advised every one to vote "Yes," and stated that even the Opposi , tion in the four of the States -were advis ing the people to vote 4 ies." South Australia ana Victoria were the only ex ceptions. He referred. to Mr. Kidston, of- Queensland, and was promptly told that Kidston was a Labor rat. We all know Kidston would advise the electors to say "Yes," as he was a party to the scheme. The three candidates spoke for 20 minutes each, but said scarcely a word as to the policy of the future. They were all against ...

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

ENTERTAINMENTS. CONCERT AT HACKTTRY. , A successful concert was given in the Hackney Mission Hall on Monday even ing, under the auspices of the women's local committee of the United Labor Party. The programme consisted of songs by SliSs Ethel rayne, Messrs. A. H. L. Steele, Howard Porter, and H J L. Wortley, and the Haydon Quartet^, and recitations by Miss Ruby Field. Mr. E. L. Batchelor (who presided), Messrs. F. W. Coneybeer, and T. Ryan, and the Hon. F. S. Wallis delivered short ad dresses. Votes of thanks to the perfor mers and to the chairman were carried' with acclamation. Mr. W. Steele acted as hon. secretary of the concert com mittee. Mr. B. Chester, master of the Barn-f staple Staghouads, has succeeded in ij breeding a pure white wolf. The onlyj' other owner of "White wolves in England I is the Hon. Walter Rothschild. I

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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THE TRAMWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

THE TRAMWAYS. Mr. Goodman (General Manager of] 'the Municipal Tramways Tnist) staled yesterday that good progress was being . made with the construction of the I bogie cars at Edwardstown, but that it would be some time before they would be ready- to bring into service. With reference to the inauguration of a system of workmen's tickets, Mr. i Goodman said that the installation of i such a system involved a considerable training for the t ramwavs _ staff, in order that it might be efficiently car ried out, so that it is not to be ex pected that the workmen's tickets sys tem will be initiated just yet.

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THE BRICKLAYERS' STRIKE. MEN GETLING AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

THE BRICKLAYERS' STRIKE. KEN GETilNG AWAY. No fresh devek-pn* nts have transpired in connection with the masons' and brick layers' strike. 1'he contractors axe still maintaining thsir orrginal attitude, whilst the ranks of the strikers are gradually diminishing, owing to many of the men finding work elsewhere. On Saturday last two men left for the Eastern States whilst on Wednesday and Thursday nest it is expected that ai>out a dozen more will leave the city.

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

iOJLBOUKNE PRODUCE MAEKET. KELB<.UENE.%Iareh 1ft. I Wheat, 3/U to4/; oats. milling. 2/2; feed, S2/1; stout white, 2/.'; Tartarfan, 2/6. Bar-: r3ey, ' malting; 4/1; Cape, 2/7; feed, 2/6;, "Flour, £10 Bian. lljd.; pollard, 1/; : '-maize, 3/; peas, 4/6; beans, 9/; potatoes, I 80/; onions, 70/; chafl, 52/6; hay, 80/; I straw, Tasmaman 60/, Victorian 35/.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POINTS FOR ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

POINTS FOR ELECTORS. There is a vast difference between the genuine Labor candidate and the "good as Labor" man. There is only one point upon which the fusionists and nondescripts are in entire agree ment, that is that they are all "agin Labor." In other matters each is a law unto himself. Only the Labor Party have a definite policy with no ifs and buts about it. They know what they propose to do, and they let the people know. The Labor Party policy is definite in its proposals, broad in its aims, national in its character, and if car ried into effect will make South Aus tralia the best place in the world to live in. We want immigration, but we must first find land for our own people. The Labor Party are the only political organisation that propose to provide this. In the Federal arena the electors have a great- responsibility, as bv returning a Labor majority they will ensure the good government of the Common wealth. A consistent and progressive policy is utterly impossible with a ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BRICK TRADE, NO CESSATION OF WORK. RUMORED IMPORTATION FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

THE BRICK TRADE, NO CESSATION OF WORK. RUMORED IMPORTATION FROM MELBOURNE. Our Hmdmarsh correspondent writes: —The information given to "The Daily Herald" in regard to the closing of the brick kilns on Saturday, was not correct. The true facts were stated in Saturday's issue, and there is nothing further to re port. On Monday all the yards were working full handed, burning was con tinued as usual, and not a single employe was put off work. The trouble is that the Brick Masters' Union (or association) has ceased to deliver bricks to Adelaide contractors, although country orders are being attended to. Employes who are in a. position know, say that the whole trouble has been engineered in order to combat the masons and bricklayers in their fight for higher wages, and there is no reason to doubt that such is the case. On Monday a fair amount of wood for burning came to hand, and drivers who usually cart bricks were busy carting sand and other material used in the brick yards, thus plain...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. SYDNEY, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. SYDNEY. Man* la Wheal, milling, 4/1, with very little offering. Farmers are holding firm. I Maize, riper 3/'. Oats, white 2/7, Aljre-1 rtan 2/2. Chan, £S to £4 5/; oaten hay, I A teacher in a big elementary school' \had given a lesson in an infants' class on the Ten Commandments. In order to test their memories she asked, "Can any little child give me a Commandment ■with only four words in it?" j A 3rand was raised immediately. f "Well?" said the teacher. j "Keep off the grass," was the reply. J

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ANTARCTIC EXPLORER'S SUICIDE. SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON'S REGRETS. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

ANTABCl'IC EX- 1 PtOBEE'S SUICIDE. ! •_ 1 , SIK ERNEST SHAGELETOIfS EEGEETS. LONDON, 14. cat ismest Shackleton, on becoming acquainted with the death »f Mr. Ber tram Aimyiage, who had charge of the pomes in the. former5s Asiarctic eipedi-. tion, and wik) committed suicide at the! "Melbourne £*Uih, Melbourne, expressed much xegret -at Mr. Armyisge's untimely «nd- Sir Ernest ShacfcLeton et&ted that the deceased -gentleman was always loyal] and 7«sdous, and jgood in any emer gency.

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PHILADELPHIA STRIKE. POLICE STONED. CAR WINDOWS SMASHED. VANCOUVER, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

PHILADELPHIA STRIKE. POLICE STONED. CAE WINDOWS SMASHED. VANCOUVER, March 14. Matters in connection with the tram strike at Philadelphia were somewhat quieter to-day. Beyond throwing stones at the police and smashing the windows of a few cars, the strikers did not inter fere with the traffic. There were more passengers carried in the cars than on any Sunday since tise strike began.

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EIGHT HOURS ACT. DISSATISFIED COLLIERS. DECIDE TO STRIKE. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

EIGHT HOURS ACT. DISSATISFIED COLMEES. DECIDE TO STRIKE. , IiOJfDOlT,. Mawli 13. *rr some tune past the Northumber lapd coal mmors have been dissatisfied with the working of the Miners' Eight Hours- Act, especially in the matter'-of the. three-shift system. Some time ago a number of miners threw down their tools, and now it is stated that the em ployes. in 16 collieries have decided to stake against the -working conditions of the Act. The Durham miners are also very dis afiecteS, but instead of desiring the aboli tion of the 3Sight Sours Act they are en deavoring to bring about some amend ment in their working conditions.

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SENTENCED FOR DUELLING. ENGLISH STUDENT'S PREDICAMENT. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

SENTENCED FOE IfliELIJNG. I ) j ENTGUSH STUDENT'S PBEMCAMENTJ _ liONDON, March 14. Mr. Payne, an. English student in Free berg, in 6axony, has been sentenced to fonr mcmltaa* imprisonment and fined iBSfr marks {about £45) for duelling. The ^tk»i was the ovteome of a quarrel with a€er-i man officer, who drew his sword on Mr.; Payne. The latter struck him and al dad .was arranged. - j The police were informed of the in-! tentions of the -<}aaiTel.>ers and arrested; thffm. Mr. Payee resisted strenuously*

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DREADFUL BURNING FATALITY. THREE CHILDREN THE VICTIMS. VANCOUVER, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

DREADFUL BURNING FATALITY. THKEE CHILDREN THE VICTIMS. VANCOUVER, March 14. A fire attended vrith shocking results broITe out at the house of Frederick Willis, an English farmer living it Minnesota, in Manitoba, U-S.A- 3Vlr. and Mrs. Willis were absent at the time, and their three children "were left at home. The poor children were burnt to death.

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SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. March. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

SPGETING WORLD. i COMING EVENTS. . Wwnh. IBr-Epsom Races (Vic.). 16—Balaklava and Port "Wakefield B.C. 16—Terowie B.C. 16-17—Nairacoorte B.O. ,17—Bo»s^ulU^ (S.S.W.). ^y'jJc. 19—Port Adelaide B.C. l&r-Hawfcesbary Races (K.S.W.). 19—Jloanee V&Ubey Races (Vic.). 22—Cowell E.C.. 23^-Burra B.C. ! 8545B-30 and April 2—A.J.C. Autumn Mtg. ;.zaTjunEapaniga u-u »■SS—WiHiamEtowa Races (Vic.). I*aura T.C. , .28—Kadma and Wallaroo J.C. jM~Renmnrir tO.

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COMMONWEALTH CRUISERS. TO BE PAID FOR BY AUSTRALIA, LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

COMMONWEALTH CRUISERS. TQ BE PAID FOE BY AUSTRALIA, LONDON, March 14. In reply to a question asked in the House of Commons bv Mr. 0. A/ Lee, ex Civil Lord of the Admiralty, as to "whe ther the Australian cruisers of the lode fatigabie class, which are to be started this year, are to be paid for by the Gom monvvealth, Mr. MxjKenna, First Lord of the Admiralty, said that they are, and gives that as the reason why they were mot included in the naval Estimates. Cruisers in the Indefatigable class will have a tonnage of 18>fc*G0 tons and a horse power of 46,000, and their speed will average about 25 knots. The Indefatig able herself is now in course of con struction, her keel having been laid last month. These vessels >yill cany eight guns.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRAUDULENT FRENCHMAN. EXCITEMENT IN PARIS. £500,000 INVOLVED. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

FRAUDULENT EBENCHMAN. EXCITEMENT IN PABJS. £500,000 INVOLVED. LONDON, March ». The scandal in which M. Edmund Itaez, the French Government liquidator, las been charged with iiaratng appropriated £200,009 from the Government, has aroused political passion in Paris to a degree ^comparable to the effect of. the Panama, Dreyfns, and Boolanger eases. The country is shocked at the Govern ment, and the Opposition is preparing to exploit the scandal at the elections, Th« Premier (Si. Brand) personally did all in his power to bring Duez to book two years ago, and has pledged him self that the Government will probe the scandal to the bet i cm. Duez's defalca tions are estimated at £500,000. The crime with which M. Duez is charged was committed at the "time when the Government confiscated the property of the Catholic Church of France, in ■which transaction he was .largely con eeroed in his official capacity. ^ -

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METEOROLOGICAL. Weather Conditions at 9 a.m. Throughout the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

METEOROLOGICAL. WeaQter Co editions at 9 sum. Tferqughoot rmrnn«lBW«wlth South Australia.—Fine and clear north of Petersburg; elsewhere cloudy to dull, and with light rain on west and sooth coasts. Western Australia.—Fine throughout; cloudy ^in extreme south-west; clear elsewhere. Queensland-— Gloomy to raining over "far Pacific dopes; most ly inland. New South _ Wales.—Cloudy along coast nnri highlands, with showers in places; chiefly cloudy elsewhere. -Victoria.— Kaining- lightly in Gipos»aa>d, and cloudy alcmg coast; elsewhere *mcl with scattered ctoads. ffhs mania.—Generally cloudy, fine, to gkxnny. Weather Conditions Daring Previous 48 Homs~ SmiHi Australia.—Light showers hare fallen ,on the vest and Booth coasts. Northern Territory. —No rain has faDeo* Western Ausfaajia.—#o rain has-fallen. Qaeen^aod.—Scattered light to heavy rain has fdfien alone Pacific slopes, over and in south-east. New South Wales.—Moderate to very heavy rain has fallen east of line joining Nacondara a...

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

And '3 ^ * • .. WHICH STAND FOR Franchise, v ■■ ;• Adult Suffrage for the Legislative 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 Government to Resume Land for Closer Settlementand Public purposes on the valuation accented by the owner, forMaxatfoa purposes, plus 10 per cent. Finance. Cessation of borrowing, except for (1) Conversion of Loans, (2) Co mpletion of Public Works already authorised, and (3) Works which wftl 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 tion 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 by an all-round tax on Unimproved Land Values; (6) Increased Taxation of Absente...

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HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

HOCKEY. The ForestOIe HoakeyQtfb: held their general m^atag at .Goodwood on J*a&sy. was a large attendaaee ot and ' ing- players. «ad it iras decided to " teams in tire *1 wirricA—wz^goigstviile. Uesera. AJEbongh £be Fore&nllea mifortnnattf.:;^n, lo4Bnff Hie seryiccB bl '^arwt vtKK^u^one lo 3Deitnrie,^iid L. ^d** who was' iajraed lasbVBeaisoxit^4i)B^r>'hsTe: successful m nhtnrnfaig "W. Jt. Ariairiiywhop* the game- i^^dney, sz»d T. Ynang, "whb:. j>ed tor Sfc> JaSmfc. -' \Tbe foOowircoffiQierg^a eleBted:—PaStba,", ?Wauir; Btee~ ~ Mr. W. Mt^lmm ; ^ca^rcsdentB^rttesejQ _ H..3S* Jfcean^ tf. Fairriraighj ^'^H. Cfe Haccie, Mathr^. Qaflna. C. knight, JF. H ' Johns^X li STin'mrnin: .^The loll^ming ~.«3fleae d*~ mittee to' gtyeiiivboOi r?ce»ios :-:1^fe85rg. A: ^.''S bert, {J. McS&UgTi.H. Sfcr 'Cowbain.'W.H. and B. F- 4Boord {ho*.. secretary). ; -Tine en'tare Is: never in a <»ndescena-?s5§ lug attttode. »•. Imrmagiit? jto; Mtfitfa power, howevir jbiv...

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