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COOPERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

'XOOPEES* SOCTETK . A 6psSSl ioe«fcig w»iB tteflt en MondayjH ing, vben. (3>e President (Mr. B. leaser) jtceode^ over & .good attendance. T|m inrr^inr 'Trni ****^*4^138 to Hie ^dwBaMeneas- ot wrmlinr 'jlcaajpM pate to the Ortpess' CohEeeence, vbXco^«iQ^»a^^ &e!d in Mbtmrne M jfatdi 23, to. coaddgmBij question -of iedeeation. Mr. W. Gilbert •XMjafejjaB taryj .was appointed. •. ^

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

CAKPESXEBS ABD 70INEB& > :;;^||| , At the quarterly meeting of tiie Society of Carpenters and Joiners, Port : .branch, a fair number <& itipiubpra i Trade proepeotB were tfiiwuhwrl The * officers were elected;—Treadeat, ** Leech.; Vice-President, He. IJL^W. _ tary, Mr. S. G. Jtffaite; Treasurer, lit. ton;. Check Steward, Sr.-X James; ^ Mr. W. Oswald-'.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRADES' SOCIETIES. S.A. BU[?]LDERS LABORERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

TBADES* SOCIETIES. " S.A. BtHZSE&S' L&BOBEES' tJNIOH. Meeting held at the Trades Hall-March _1L J. G. Granston. presided over a large attenSsicti^rL^l Fourteen hew .members were the total on the -mil 65. A letter was recerFeS-,^ from the secretary -of tire Trades and Labor Coinn- ' * cil asking if the union were prepared to nteefc .delegates front (be UX.XJ. and the council to if amalgamation of tbe two uniqns could brought abgkz£. . Tbe secretary was install to. acknowledge tbe i-eceipt of the letter, and state that the tmion were sot; prepared to ' in confereoce-fcr eadi a pUrpOTe. A-letter the United J-abot £brty notifying the mnonytiafr the cowaxA lot the panty cocdd not scant tion was received.. Several other union matters were diacnaabd at length with. "

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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UPSETTING A WILL. DISSATISFIED HEIRS. VANCOUVER, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

UPSETTING A WILL. DISSATISFIED HE IBS. VANCOUVER. March 14. . Suits are to he brought shortly in the Kansas City Circuit Court to break the will of the "ate Colonel Thomas Twope, who died recently from the effects of strychnine poisoning. Two of the he -5 named in the will, who live in Kentucky and Tennessee re spetcivelv, are taking action to set aside the will because thei*- share in the es tate is not as large as they think it should be.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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ROBERT BLATCHFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

EGBERT BtSTCHFOED. Picture a keen-looking man, by «S . tall, bat with square shoulders - and a military mien. Add to that a somewhat aquiline nose, a "fierce xnous- . tache, and thick dark eyebrows, over shadowing eyes which are grave, fierce, .searching, and yet full of an ineffable ten- ■ derness for those in adversity. Silent and calm—"taciturn," stranger? said—he could not be induced to talk on . anv theme, but smoked incessantly and peace. Those who knew him well enough to. call Tiim "Robert," avowed that on occasion he could be as merry as a school boy. , , This is sn impression formed years ago, - when Socialism was nnxespectable, and ~ Nunqnam—wielder of verbal javelin and . controversial battleaxe—was less known than he is to-day as the equally uncom promising Robert BlatchfordA-Greatheart of the Socialist cause. Pirst a soldier,then Journalist, editor;' and author of epoch-making books, Nun-1 quam is still working for the great causa of Labor. His literary style is trencha...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUDIENCES AT THE VATICAN. STRINGENT REGULATIONS. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

AUDIENCES AT THE VATICAN. STRINGENT REGULATIONS. LONDON, March 14. . His Holiness Pope Pius X has issued new regulations with regard to the audiences granted by him to visitors. The main lines of the edict are that both Catholics and Protestants recommended by bishops, archbishops, or apostolic delegates will be received. While their recommendation is sufficient for Catho lics to obtain a private audience, non Calholics cannot see his Holiness pri vately except after obtaining a special re commendation from the Secretary of State <Cardinal Merry del Val). Some time ago the regulations regard ing receptions and private audiences by (the Pope were considerably hardened on account of an insult which his Holiness received from a Jew. The latter, with other communicants, received Holy Com munion from the Pope's hands, and then spat oat the consecrated wafer. This sacrilege had the effect of making the Pope more inaccessible than ever. TKe jew, in defence of his action, said, t...

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

TOLSTOI'S WONDERFUL, LABORS.' Count Tolstoi, whose illnes; is reported, is one of the most prolific writers, not' only of his own country, tmt of the] world. Notwithstanding innumerable pamphlets, no fewer than 121) books standi to his name, most, if not all, of which have been translated into several foreign languages. Fully to realise this remarkable output Tolstoi's laborious methods of composi tion must be considered. Many of chapters have been written seven times over, and even then the pages of his manuscripts are copiously disfigured by numerous erasures and ' interpolations. One of his novels had to be copied out eight times before a fairly legible manu script could be sent to the' printers. It is interesting to' recall the six rules' that To'stoi put down in Jiis--diary for his guidance in March, 1317, when he "was in his nineteenth year. They are: —(1) To ftrtfil, despite everything, that whioh I set up; (2) to fulfil well what I do fulfil: (3) never to refer to a book for...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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GENERAL BOOTH. LECTURES IN GERMANY. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

GENERAL BOOTH. XECTOE.ES IN GERMANY. LONDON, March 14. General Booth, bead of the Salvation Army, who has just concluded a lecturing I tour in the Holy Land, has arrived in Germany, where he will remain for a fortnight. He has given many lectures there, and his admirers are greatly impressed with the virility of his utterances. At Wies baden he was particularly appreciated, and the authorities there have notified him of their desire to make a financial contribution towards the social work carried on by the army.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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SAVED BY WIRELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

SAVED'BY WIiiELESS. Once more thn wireless signal of dis tress at sea—the famous C.Q.D. message— has proved the salvation of a sinking ship's crew. Jin this case the lives in peril numbered. 75. The Alaska-Pacific liner Kentucky,, which was on her maiden voyage from New York to Pacific ports, sent out a mesa ige by wireless to the ef fect that she was sinking 240 miles off Cape Hatter as. This appeal for help was received at Citarl eston, on the South Caro lina coast, and al so at Savannah, in Geor gia, the Kentucky^ position being about 300 miles east oi Savannah. Prom this port the United St ates steamer Alamo has tened to the RiWt ting ship's assistance. Meanwhile, from other ports several ves sj.s set out in search of the Kentucky, including the Ignited States battle ship Louisiana, to hieh was carrying oat speed trials at the time in the neighbor hood of Cape Hatb ?ras. The Alamo suc ceeded in picking t ip the Kentucky, and a message from Sav: irmah states that she succeeded in...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PREMATURE BURIAL. CLERGYMAN'S STARTLING STATEMENTS. "WAKING PLACES FOE THE LIVING." LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

PREMATURE BURIAL. CLERGYMAN'S STARTLING STATEMENTS. "WAKING PLACES FOE THE LIVING." LONDON. M&rch 14. A sensation has been earned in England by a statement made by the Bev. Mr. Mit chell, vicar, of Burtonwood, Yorkshire, cm the dangers of premature burial. He stated that a considerable number of cemeteries were proved to be, not sleep ing places for the dead, but "waking places lor the living." , The. rev. gentleman further remarked that iyncope, corxussion. catalepsy, hysteria, trance, and all feigned forms of death are often responsible for the burial of the living with the dead.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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DRIED FRUIT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

DRIED FRUIT INDUSTRY. Yesterday the Remrtark correspon dent of "The Daily Herald" referred to the damage done to the dried fruits industry in that district by the recent heavy rains. The matter was men tioned to Mr. Stanley Hopkins, of Messrs. G. Wood, Son, & Co., yester day, and he stated that the bulk of the currants were in before the rain storms came. The estimated loss on that class of frnk woeld be about 10 per cent. Advices were coming in from the country on the prospective crops. Yesterday meaning Mr. Hop kins received a telegram stating that the outlook was better. Be thought a great deal depended upon the weather during the next eight or ten days; if it proved favorable the result would not be nearly as bad as was at first expected.

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PRESBYTERIANS AND LOCAL OPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

PRESBYTERIANS AND LOCAL OPTION. The following letter has been sent! to all ministers and missionaries of the Presbyterian Church in Sooth Austra lia:—"The life and work committee, in view of the local option poll which is to be made in several electoral dis tricts on April 2, at a meeting heW on March 3 resolved to call your atten tion to die deliverance of oar Assembly last May, 'affirming that it. cordially supports movements for the suppresr sion of gambling and the proposals of the South Australian Alliance to mini mise the evils of intemperance.' The life and -work committee interprets this resolution as expressing^ the view of the Presbyterian Church in favor of a vote for redaction of licenses, s The committee therefore asks you to direct the attention of your people, previous to the poll, to this expression of the mind of the church as a guide in exer cising their votes on April 2 next."

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

LABORS POLICY. ^Enemies of the Labor Party, pub Hdy, ptitaldy, and through Ihe ti3mnn£ of the daily press, declare, or insinuate, that its policy is a mixture of ^confiscation, -robbery, red itvolu >tkm, and communism. To allow the ^geBetal public to estimate the truth or "otherwise of these wild assertions, we 'once mote ■ publish the Labor Party phtfarm in fall:— FIGHTING PLATFORM ^ FRANCHISE. fes&Sdt Suffrage for tie Legislative i^"s>C«ni3; with' the object of its uiti vjmake abolitipn INDUSTRIAL. " LAND SETTLEMENT. : - ErogxessireLand Tax on the lines: of' _Sew gpafand t/ . . 11 . . ; ' 3iie:i|ghtof the Ck>vernment. to Ref . ' .imne {Land for Closer Secernent 'V . fturposefc on the .salya ' tkai fwiposes, .plus .«> per pent ' J ^' - fiNANCE; Cessation 'Sdf.-. Borrowing, eicepv for.; ^~jConvets»m-of Loans, (2)Com - Jj^BAdf^SF ^atlicWeeks already ,_aii —■ --*•«-jgjgji ^ ,j^orks JWgi&i .*n^L: *:$&vi*aglial/ {^MnagjKsg ':\:,f}X e: ;<» -...

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GENERAL PLATFORM. CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

mm ;fbr •"-the-"' Legislative Vp^4 ?'■/."jf -v^ I'^lGc^aoment ~to re-i ;/W;tHe-*aluatioi' - sic-1 aie^ifiri£t4£lSc ^niil«iqh] ijjfefe jfeaatC.; .„... _, S^BatwWfe--jft^Olftiwi^| ••<*s.-*:.. ■■-**.-■ ^ ,vj rLz?- i> .V ■?■ Q S:. T^ffiwjes i'Mf|be1 1o«S?5sN»kw . -- , ^,sl$s$|ga^gBjn#■. ; * - -iLmps-AxX ■ * '#g8£f v3^ ^105 •j-jon Estate Contracts. -%>P-5 > MJIlpSiifvi iISry£Sfc&-&r: auwrowHas?-. lenttjrf jGcavingyiBodc. - j i^SniHlfc-^Swiifet&up •and 't&ntrttl -of all ^0B^w^fs^ea&^lx^mwa.ys g^pknibgtyalatm-^rf-Marray River Waters ^-^or^xnsalion' ah3 iJav^gatioh' S§AcC^^"£j41iL";^V ' If'.:,' V ■ '.:y_' y; .C'., ll^fcolifiiw j?of - -Plural: "Virtihg at Eiee- j 1--' lions; --.•' -» .' , t jwripilfe sliow •" '■''"VA'a- a" .^.. ?l< ... GENERAL. ■fJ^riliiBTaJt^ ■: To extend •free edncar fi3^ro|l»;^;«ti2ens iof the_1SliteiC5i to ■c ^fl:aiwliiM«ei of, - Universities;-. ib) s'-jand requirements for .&ee.N •Liability *...

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HUMAN BONES. FOUND AT LARGS BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

-TOtjlTD 4.TSABGS BAST ■" Whjle sfraHing alo^ig the beach at "Saigs "Bay on' Bunday Mi-. C. A. Martin saw ill the seaweed an object that re?! osembledaiarge Ixiae. He removed some of the weed and discovered that along-] . ^iade at Was 9 human eknll and four other' ?jh»,Tri«,n bones. Mr. Martin reported the Sniatter'to Corporal Moloney, who is ml >charape-of -the Semaphore police station,: and jr.G. jCoiter irent to the spot and re-1 jjktdrnQ;.fi)|i tones to the police: gf-anPP ? Tfcfira svas absolutely nothing ' <by winch the Temains could be identified, !and the bones . appeared to be much ' waterwom. ■ Itis Buruiised that they were washed ashore during the recent Tough weather, and possibly they were removed by the heavy sea from some part of the sands where they may have lain for eorne time.,

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SEAMAN IN TROUBLE. GREASER ON THE WARPATH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

SEAMAN IN TROUBLE. GREASER ON 1HE WARPATH. ^ Hem; Bramneu. » greaser on the stea mer Suffolk, now at Port Adelaide, plead ed. guilty at the Port Police Court, before Mr. T, Gepp, S.M.r or, Monday with hav ing disturbed the peace of the vessel on Sunday, and had t.i pay £8 10/, in default seven days in gad Brammen denied having assaulted Joseph Robinson, the refrigerating enguee*. who stated that tiie defendant eaia h-s was "no good,41 nSed bad language, and wanted to fight the witness^. him and hit him on •the head with a biclet. They wrestled, abd the defendant bit the witness* fingers. Seyeza^ witnesses scpxorted the evidence. ; Joseph "Bajreon saia Ifee defendant was , mad, drunk, and struggled and fought like a madmin. Brammcn said he was attacked, and defendea bipisell. He-was ordered U. pay £d 15/, in default one

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

STATE ELECTIONS. CANDIDATES CLASSIFIED. "£he following is the complete list of candidates for the State elections on April E. The Labor representatives can be .given with certainty, but the anti-Labor poJitical aspirants c&nnot be classified with accuracy. HOUSE'OF ASSEMBLY. ADELAIDE. Labor. Fusion, &c. Arrstey, A. E. Anderson, 3. E.'undell, B. P. Cleland, G. F. Ctnny. W. J. ' Griffin, D. H. Ponaer, W. D. . Iiowtll, J. ALEXANDRA. G:ealey_ T. Elactei. W. J. Peggaton, P. T. JicDonald, A. Bitcnie, G. BABOSSA. Butler, B. BrschoB, H. Gcombe, B, H. Rt.aall. 8. B. Bobinson, X BGS$A SURRA. Ntwland. 3. Ilannaford, W. UilleL, W. O'Lo ughlin, L. FLINDEBfi. . O'Loghlin, J. V. Buitityne, X. Treasure, Oliver. jsaibv, H. W. Jftselpy-J. G ^oipemy, J. havers J.. -barren, E--H. M.CRHAY. . Monks, G. , Grotb, J. H. Hombuzg, H. Jamieson, W. -- -pflaum, F. J. T. 1JOR15££BF-TEBBEEGRXr, Crosh, T. G. ®rdwn, 7. A. Jariies,F- ' , {riles, A. Bpilrries, W. 3. POET ABJStAIDE. CbeBsm,7BL v - IJrin...

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THE NEW GOODS YARDS. WORK TO BEGIN SOON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

wpbkjj^ -nam •.««» The Chief Assistant ^Engineer for 'Sail-, •cmj» jWea^ni'Mwiiity tliiitarim«J|pea tioas in connection with the construction jhri<l^p-s on the land acguir «d; «t #Kle3&ehi>y the|BaflwayB l>epart iMntforthefufcure home of the running aitf . goods'.sheds would he " begun imme diately. ThetraificfromHilton, which flow traverses lbs ^Hilton road between the township -and the city, will-pass over anembaukment intersected Jjy five nelg line to a. point .] iiw least20 sets wE zsQs em with the norjh-. em-jwui or ^ije yara. The eonfcractfor bunding the sew, running sheds will be Jfit«oon,!bui when-thewbrk willbe com pletedat impossible to predict, r Mr. C,jd- MacDonaid, about which there has .heea? so jninch litigation J^ween-thp-department-aiid ^he owner, hasfbeen acquired bythe Eaalw»ys rI>e parBnexit %y the usual course -of pro wl™®. i mover itas . be&n paid ipto Court, which will decide the compensa tiontobe paid. , ■ Mr. Monerieff. st...

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INTER-STATE SPORTING. SYDNEY, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

INTER-STATE SPORTING. SYDNEY. March 14. The Bosehill meeting, which was post poned until to-dav, was farther deferred until nest Thursday on acoount of the unsafe condition of the track. j

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

- TURF TOPICS. . sftn^i;;i^WDeptainces and general entries farrithfc Trial and Hack races are dee to j day"<ai Xjarddn's Agarcy before 4 p.m., orj yith the" jiaaiBteq at the Burra to-night. IPe^tfei for the Broken Hill Jockey! <3nb ''£adier meeting will be i^ued to-| ■diy. ' -W- .• Iisnrswcights for the Easter Monday] -fiztkrd may be ejected oa -Tburs< ^vextT - ■ ■■-S. Hopwood will return from Mel bourne to-day. with-Carl Sai^I2fedaglia, ' tod Sacre. The laetnamed member of j^hfi jnHTi Twin *Hriffnly one to eaitl>'« win wmihe^Beie^ &tt fxC'Biaker Brothers' .-Efi^ySrds -on -~^-—.7iShe lot comprise nine year .... ,j: recently at tlip. MBWr ■ itz. W. X -TremeUiin, ieod —a bred by the late' Mr. H. iWawrai-St^'ort P-iie- ' ;S . ^ 'iSMdls^wiU lide Camarilla Tit her ieiiga^ezcerits st -the Karracoorte J.n^eeting. X. JtyiaSi 'idU pilot Wellington;,in the - • v ■^TfieSCSBSl general meeting tf mem Psm^Uhe'lddaids: Hsnt be lMd^\3Bteamship; Bnildingy ...

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