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SYDNEY CUP. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

SYDNEY CUP. Trafalgar 9 Maltme 9 Pendil.. . 9 Barrallan.. 8 Lord Nolan 8 j>lue Book. 8 Downfall •» 8 Keriie.. ^ 8 Ungarie ^ 8 Plunder _ 8 Olivaster. . 8 Flavinius.. 7 Hoax .. M , 7 Mariee. . 7 Vavasor. •» ? 7 Danilo.. .. 7 Lady WiHe 7 Knox .. 7 Mo ruga. .. 7 "Beau Vive. _ — 7 Didus . .. 7 3 Perkeo 7 2 Daisy Chain _ 7 2 Nobel ~ 7 0 Bright Steel.► .,7 0 Gidyea 7 0 Mindful .. •. M 6 12 i Roscommon — .. 6 12 1 Burston .. .. .. 6 12 Diabolo (Wfisoo'e) 6 IX) Britain. « .... 6 10 Footpad .. M M 6 10 1 Jinnee 6 10 Balgowan.. «. *• 6 9 Golden City.* *. 6 9 San Pedro, w «.« 6 7 Billycan ...... 6 7 Alack Range.. ..6 7 Diabolo (Barnes*). 6 7 5 1 0 9 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 12 12 9 9 8 6 6 5 4

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

Stopped My Falling in 3 Days!" MMy hair came out in fiandfufs. I was frightened -even to wash it. Koko is certabily marvellous for stopping the hair comfngoutami eradicating dandruff. Before I had used onb bottle my hair started to grow again, and is now twice as thick as ever it was, and looks simply lovely—quite wavy and fluffy. Koko is the nicest dressing imaginable, most refreshing, exquisitely clean, .and delightfully cool. , {Name gives on application). We publish this letter to prove to you that Koko is the clean est, coolest, most delightful preparation for the hair possible to -produce. We can say nothing to equal the wonderful claims -made for Koko by customers (original letters will be gladly shown on request). Some tell us their friends "Rave about it;" others say it made their hair grow again in a few weeks; that it cured Scalp troubles of long standing. Several have said Koko cured tbem of eczema of the scalp. Mothers speak ecstatically -of the way is cleans their chil...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
S.A.J.C. NOMINATIONS. Run April 9. WELTER HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

&A.J.C. NOMINATIONS. Bun April 9. WELTER HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. Mr. A. A. Jervois' br.g. Lycurgus, 5 yrs. Messrs. J. Hill & 3. Barker's br.h. Lord • 4 yrs. Mr. JL P. Allen's c.h. Glucose, 5 yrs. Mr. S. J. Jacobs' b.c. Derringer, 3 yrs. Mr. C. WDliams' c.m. Leap Year, 5 yrs. | Mr. E. V. Burgess' g.g. Steelbone, 6 yrs. Mr. J. Ross' br.m. Mystic Maid, 4 yrs. Mr. H. Ross' ch.g. El Teb. 3 yrs. Mr. E. Williams' b.g. Martello, 3 yrs. Mr. J- James' br.m. Lady Maelgwyn, 4 yrs. Mr- J- Lewis' b.g. Kopenick, 3 yrs. Mr. J. M. Hinton's br.m. Slippery} 6 yrs. Messrs.. Timmens &. Breaden's e.m. Feli cita, aged. Mr. E. W. Warmings' b.g. St. Leonard, aged. Mr. H. W. Payne's br.h. Master George, 5 yrs. Mr. E. E. S. Coombe's e.g. Fastness, 4 yrs. Mr. C. L. Gardiner's b.m. Cassava, 4 yrs. Mr. A. E. Press' bk.m. Lady Florence, 4 yrs. Mr. C. Smith's b.g. Summerfield, 4 yrs. Mr. I. Reid's b.g. Baxter, 4 yrs. Mr. F. W. Allen's br. or bk.m. Fiction, aged. Mr. F. Bailey's b.f. Gunta...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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BROKEN HILL J.C. WEIGHTS. Run March 26. HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES, Six furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

BBOKEN HILL J.C. WEIGHTS. Run March 26. HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES, Six furloocB. st. lb. sb. lb. Kogi .. .. w .. 9 5 Puzzle 7 3 Loyal Scot. *...87 Sir Thomas 7 3 Moolarie 6 7 Mi** Tassel. —,.70 Fiapstaff „ 8 3 Bay Loch.. — .,70 Stafiord .. ^ _ 8 0 Sandivan „ 7 0 Rainbow . .. 7 10 FrifcndJy M 7 0 Earl Chester. .*7 5 EASTER HANDICAP. Nine fnricngs. Hotspur ^ 9 5 Patrician t ^ 8 S Steuplet«n • «. M 9 3 Caithness — 8 0 Bytun 9 0 Flagstaff « w 7 10 Sonsbadc „ 9 0 Apollo 7 10 Hocus Bocae.. .. 8 12 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two miles. • Earl Chester .. .. 10 12 Prophet .--.^.9 7 Dtioo «. .. .. M S 10 Lorti Parthia.. ^90 CORINTHIAN HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. Nogi .. ». 12 7 Rfcoaett.. .. ^ ^ 10 5 Simpleton . ... ..12 5 Momentum. .. .. 10 Moeiarie .. ..11 9 Cornet.. .. .. M 10 S Sunshine _ _ .. 11 7 Miss Taseell .. .. 10 3 Phantom (late Royal Spur ... *, 10 Paris) .. .. .. J1 2 Donovan .. .. w 10 Kal' .. 10 12 Daroo .. .. _ _ 10 Pagilistfc (isle Neophyte •• _ 10 Pugilist) 10 9 PneaaUy .. w w 10 RainL...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TUMBY BAY RACES. TUMBY BAY, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

TUMBY BAY RACES. I _ TUM3Y BAY, March 12. I The Tumby Bay_ Bacing plub's anrnul fixture took place on the club's beautifully situated .course, about a mile from the township, yester day, when there was a large attendance, and the racing -was of an interesting character throughout. What proboblr constitutes an Aus tralian record for a dividend in a field of three was paid on Goldfinch in the Mortloct Handicap, the two lucky investors having returned to them the handsome sum of £30 3/ for'the 5/ each lb vested- About £450 went through the totaliza tor, winch is a substantia' increase above any, amount previously put through. The secretary (Mr. J- warne) carried out his duties in a satis factory manner, and to him is largely due the great success of the meeting. Following are the results:— Hardies.—Coorgv, l; BHc£y, 2; Goldfinch, 3. Trial Stakes.—Ijady Butane, 1; Cinders, 2; Axmsdale, 3. Farmers' Parse,—Quicksilver, 1; Armadale, 2; Cocoon, & Tmnby Bay Handicap.—Mirage, 1; Gimso...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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LIBEL ACTION. DWYER VERSUS "MILLICENT TIMES." VERDICT FOR LABOR CANDIDATE. MILLICENT, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

LIBEL ACTION. DWYER VERSUS "MILLICENT TIMES." VEEDICT FOE LABOR CAE3HDATE. _ MILLICENT,' March 14. ■Hoe actum in the .Local Court in which Mx. M- A. Dwyer, of Mount Gambler, Labor candidate for the Barker Division, sued the proprietors of the "MBlicent Times" for an alleged libel, which was contained in a letter bearing the signa ture of John Hayes, which was pub lished in that paper in November last, was heard to-day. Messrs. C. L. Spehr and 5. T. Ward appeared for the plaintiff, and Messrs, J. 1L Anderson and K. Davison for the defendants. A. verdict was given against the "Times'* for £5, not carrying all costs. It is esti mated that the action will cost the "Times" £100.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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BALAKLAAV AND PORT WAKEFIELD MEETENG PROGRAMME AND SELECTIONS. (By "York.") [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

BALAKLAAY MD POBT WAEEFIELD MEETENG PROGRAMME AND SELECTIONS. (By "York.") The Balaklava jand Port Watfcefield H--0. will bold their iaiiTmnl meeting on the'course near Balaidava on Wednesday. There are eight events to be decided, owing to the Trial Stakes having to be nm'-an two divisions. Racegoers from will be able to avail themselves of either of two trains, which are timed to leave the Adelaide railway station -at 7.40' sum. and 8.58 a.m. A. special train will leave Balaklava oil the return jour-; ney as soon as possible after the last race. -The secretary- reports -that the course is now in splendid condition, the rain last week having benefited it very much. Large fields should make the rasing • interesting. The programme and selections are as follows:— , HUBDfcES miles. , Bt. lb. «t.Jb. piwuim. M ^ 21 0 LeQfaner .. .. •• *9 7 Sfecomba.. *-> ..10 12 JTonxig-^Aeld{. .9 7 Lyric ... .. .. .. 10 8 Lockwing.. .. S 6 Spoonful 10 3 B4 9 2 Miss'-acUion .. .. 10 :J2 Eesemblance .. ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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FIRST ACCEPTANCES. DONCASTER HANDICAP. One mile. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

FIRST ACCEPTANCES. donx/asxee handicap. - One tnilft. St- lb. atjk Bobrikoll ...... 9 10 Beau Vive. ...*78 Cci&iiman .. ....95 Iirigiit Steel 7 ? farst=e ..9 3 Gall Boy.. _ 7 6 Miss Flaneur . ., 8 12 Salvia ^ 7 6! Mala 8 11 Isgauruhoe .. ~ .7 5 Uetiogra^h .. ... 6 11 Daisy Chain.. .. 7 '$] Fiavinius 8 11 Queen o' Scots .. 7 6 Kbox .. .. 8 11 \buzatoj3 „ .. 7 6 Blue Book .. 8 .8 Didos _* 7 41 Rerlie 8 7 'Britain. „ J 7 2 Hoax 8 6 <3idyea 7 2 Bncbanteur .. »- 8 4 Mindful ,, t4 7 2 Plunder 8 3 Seaton Dale., II 7 1 Olivaster ... ... 8 3 jSnowfoot. .. .. 7 q Hotoa.. ... i 2 Apple .Pie. .1* 7 Flaxen. ..... .. 8 2.£a& -Pedro ... "*7 j Martee.. .. .. .."8 "2 TBalgowan.. ... k l2 fax Star 8 2 Dote jf Clarence 6J0 Vavtsor .. .. .. -7 13 X<oieozo .. 61Q Koringai .. .. .. 7 11 galtare J g tq Mary . .« .. 7 10 Miss Corefli .,..6 7 Proportion. .. .. 7 10 V&untie ... 6 7 —.v— n* * n—7-M -Mtrvri Quiyn^- • — Bobby.. .. ..,.7 9 Orea I 6 7 I>exier .. .....

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FRANCE AND AMERICA. BETTER UNDERSTANDING SOUGHT. FACILITIES FOR INTERCOURSE. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

FRANCE AND AMERICA. BETTER UNDERSTANDING SOUGHT. FACILITIES POE INTEBCO UBSE. LOKDON. March 14. A Franco-American committee been j organised in Paris with the object of fos-! tering even still further the friendly re lations existing bet* een the two conn-; tries. M- Gabriel Hauotaux, formerly Min-. ister for Foreign Afiairs in France, is I president; and the ccmmittee includes J prominent men in all walks of life. The objects of the committee are to help to overcome any misunderstanding I between the two countries, and to create! greater facilities tor commercial and i social intercourse.

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KADINA WEIGHTS. Run March 28. HANDICAP HURDLES. About two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

KADiNA WEIGHTS. Bun -March 28. HANDICAP HURDLES. About two mites. I - st. lb. gt. H>. | The SweU.. ^ 10 7 Kadina 9 6 < Herdsman 10 0 Easter Gift .. M 9 0 j St. Andrew .. M 9 5 Black and Gold ..9 0 | COMMONWEALTH HANDICAP. ' About one and a Quarter milw j Timothy .. ..' .. 9 10 Wwmrii IL.. .« •» 7 7 j The Castaway. ..9 7 Celerity .. .. _ 7 5 I Tree to 8 '/ Shamrock .. „ 7 5 Zcbb Dare 8 A £liyue Sawn ... 7 4 Lord Koran .. .. 8 0 Sir Million. „ „ 7 3 Capitamo M 8 0 G unsound 7 0 flommel «. .... 7 9 Resolve.. „ 7 0 FLYING HANDICAP. Siir£arfongs. Timothy .. .. 9.12 tfiss Conjuror. ^ 7 £ Zena Dare 8 7 Regret.. 7 6 Lord Koran .....8 5 «ew Boy.. ^ „ 7 6 Fioramel .. 8 2 Titoria .. 7 4 Herdsman.. ,.8 2 Grenella M 7 0 Shamrock — 8- -O XradeeixtSB.. 7 4 Sir Million 7'12 Maxim ..7 0 Resolve 7 9 JUMPERS' HA3DIG£P ELAT B4CE. - About' one and a quarter mike. St. Andrew .. 10 3 Resolve.. M 9 0 The Swell 9 12 Wakefield 8 V Kadina.. ..\ ••••9 3 TOTALIATOR HANDICAP. About one mile. Timoth...

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LABOR PARTY LIBELLED. SCANDALOUS CHARGES. PUBLIC IN[?]IGNATION. PERTH, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

LABOR PAETY LIBELLED. SC&HDA.MHJS CHARGES. PUBLIC INI IGNATION. PERTH, March 14. a. .jaffie nomivir of pamphi»tq) ptmbed. i in MeiSo jrae, charging the li&bor Party with godLessrtees of every description, have Been. cdrcoLited here. Great indig nation si such det^cal^e electioneering tactics has oees expressed by nearly every section of the

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WEST [?]ORRENS 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 15 March 1910

WFfiT WRPFVS T7 The atmnal general m*o'*ng was held in tbe Hindmarsh Town Halt <m • Friday tveoing. - -Kr. H. W. Tomklne presided ove a 'large attendance. Tbe secretory submitted his report for tbe past season, which showed the club had played 16 matches, five of which were won, one drawn, and 10 lost They secured seventh position in the South Australian "Football Association. There was a credit balance of 8/6. Several sew members were euraJJed. A hearty welcome was extended to Mr. Fred. Adams (bon secretary | S.A.F.A.), who was present. A. gold medal ; was presented to Mr. T. Mossop frr being <fae I most consistent player daring the season, and] another trw>A>i was promised to the player who ] , attained this distinction in the forthcoming sea- j , bod j and the competition promises. to be veryi | keen. The club's congratulations were extended j to the'Sturt II. Football Chit on having attained | the premiership o! the floatta Australian Foot- j ball Ass...

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SENATE CANDIDATE DEAD. MELBOURNE, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

INNATE CAXOJ [JATE DEAD. MELBOURNE. March 15. Mr. Thomas Sktine, a Seriate candidate, *'».• • < - -i- ...■ h:r r^side^TCe ai j'Le C-onin.onv;ealtb Libo i-i i a*ij huus Coionel McKay as uouiin-je in pla.ee of ilr. Skene. Mr. Skene, who was born in Victoria in lb45, died from affection of the liver. He represented the Grampians district in. the first Federal Parliament, and was re-, elected in 1903. In 1906 he unsuccessfully Stood for the Senate.

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BRITISH POLITICS. THE LORDS' QUESTION. ROSEBERY'S REFORM MOTION. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

BRITISH POLITICS. IKE LORDS' QUESTION. ROSEBERY'S REFORM MOTION. LONDON, March 14. It is understood Lord Bosebery"s mo tion for the reform of the House of Lords will be submitted to the Peers to-night. Lord Rosebery's scheme for the reduc tion of the House of Lords from 600 to 350 members, affirms the necessity for a strong and efficient second Chamber. It further sets forth that that will be. best obtained by Preform and reconstitution. and declares that a necessary preliminary to that is the acceptance of the principle: that the possession of a peerage should no longer afford the right to sit and vole in <he Hereditary Chamber.

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AFTER THE STRIKE. TWO CRANES START. LOADING IN FULL SWING. SYDNEY, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

AFTER THE STRIKE. TWO CRAKES ST AST. LOADING IN TOLL SWING. KYnKIIY- llamh Sufficient coal was hewn yesterday at Kewcastle to enable two cranes at the Dyke to start. By to-morrow coal load ing wd be in full swing. Some of the waiting ships are moored three deep and four abreast.

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A YOUNG LADY'S FATE. RUN OVER BY A TRAIN. SYDNEY, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

A YOUNG LADY'S FATE. BUN OVER BY A TRAEff. SYDNEY, March IS. Ine body of a well-known young lady,) TSTlss Alary M. James, was found on the: railway line near Litbgow station this! morning in a terribly mangled condition-! R lis tFcIleved that she ^ as walking along the line and was overtaken by t-h* train.

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THE SHARE MARKET. Tuesday. LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

THE SHARE MARKET. Tuesday. LONDON QUOTATIONS. Cables to hand to-day snowed an im provement of values in all departments.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

IN DOUBT ; ABOUT THAT ADVERTISEMENT v *>-» ■' • ifr * -Z. ■ ■ " ■■ -v" : " ' ' ■ , RING UP 2077 Cive your ifiEtnictlons to us, and wewlll do the rest.

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PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

PRODUCE MABKETS. Adelaide Chiled Butter and Produce Company, limited, report sis follows:— -Butter.—With steadily decreasing sdppiles throughout the States- and active demand, espe cially for choice grades, tone of market firmer. Victoria advises a sharp rise, which is reflected throughout the Commonwealth. By auction, A.C.B. creamery and good to choice factory print, 1/14 to 1/31; ordinary -factories, prime dairies, ana separators. Ud. to 1/2: fair dairies, S£d- to lid.; 'stores and collectors, 5£d. Eggs.—With lien ten demand and extra con fectioner requirements for holidays, market firmed to 1/1£ for fresh ■ hen: duck, 1/3. , Cheese.—Steady, with good turnover at 5£d. to I t£d. for good to prime .makes in large to loaf I sizes. Bacon.—Demand better; prices steady; prim? factory-cured sides in heavy to light weights, J4d. to 8$d.; -middles, 9dL to lOd.; hams, 9a. to lOid.; lard, bulk, 6d-bladders, 63d.; packets, ?d Honey selling freely At 2|d. to 3d, for prime «lear extracted; dark...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. SYDNEY, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. SYDNEY, March 15. | Buyers continue to oner 4/1 for wheat, but business is practically at a standstill.

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