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PRICE OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

PRICE OF WHEAT. The Trades Commissioner in London telegraphed at 5.15 p.m. on March 14 to the Government:—"Wheat market steady but quiet. Liverpool maTket firm. Sellers asking 3d. to 6d. advance."

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CO-OPERATION ABROAD AND AT HOME. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

CO-OPERATION •AEfiOAJ>AND AT : HOME. I -(Qp. Boitofl -Can^jbelL) e* movement.Srj-eStenS-< y, 2Hjd ^n. aWfarhh* >>■» i^OTmed iiironglKrat the' wbiid. tije a^ggte^^e^ending to England, ..<Ser-: Denmark, and Uss, - JOiiited/Staies. Iptemstwnal congresses in many. or.^,gnngg>8t tiirots fnUiahed in'^^^^^Riesaibb.'&nd ASsfcria. tbs jnoyenaenst: embraces " * ' --"—"-in, > «reaSt banks .and^Baif faieeei^; and ^distributive societies. In hajreMbaqo^rtpwipd a -toteBgufej ntitnrifiirtnrffs, tfetatres, eon-i Den-J •v VirtBCbf iB 'Botaf fmore especially for eo-| .ofierttfiaa m.'.jsgricoltore,. In. . dailies; - *' 'WimoiiL'i l««j VJInwni - faelories; . credit -^bante^adjjfcbnto^ societies, wjpch! . ,Thc^ .^^Igjgely f its bnsi-; '!.r'.^>»;^!ya''.an^ii>rte' local goremrofint.^ . PniTa^/ jihiBi .conn&ry where deniociacy . iB 4S± it« SufdSestj&aEaltogether T.09S Bocie ^I^iieB^-^EUXoe,' st the end of 1906, had E262: J 'iSidiilnrKve 'BO...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

PMGES.; on. trucks timers' Jote -j ~ , per&xifLelivered ■ in 'v» Braa?^jDA'- per' bushel ddiwered Ade •^Mlml£.1 fit per'busliel-'tLelivCTfed Ade fe" V^Mifiy^Clmre, 213 to. .8teT Jnaltingi'"37. to st iffifOTHmekB^orfr'Ademdfe > $$BiBi3$ppB;fJR2jW. ^tor ,rr"best,SaheaTed -^ .HrtTrarffri : 5ti ■ A3dBa<fe.L - - ; :v' . ,1 .•' .'. Chaff.—£2 15/ to £3 5/ per ton of 2241 lb. on trucks Adelaide railway station. Comsacks.—On spot, 4/7 per dozen on trucks Port Adelaide. Branbacs.—3/5 per dozen on trucks Port Adelaide. Potatoes.—Mount Gambier. £4 5/ to SA 10/ on trucks at Mount Gambier; Vic torian, £4 15/ on trucks Adelaide. I Onions.—£3 15/ to £4 15/ per ton on ! tn:cks Adelaide. Butter <at auction).—Best factory, 1/1J, to 1/3J; ordinary factories and dairies, lid. to 112. . 1 Eggs (at auction).—Hen, 1/14; ducks, 1/3. Cheese (at auction).—S^d. to 6£d. per lb. j

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

COMMERCIAL. *Tbfl markets yesterday were without! mateml change. Wheat rerva?ned stea v ai-Monday's quotations, while bran, witn cmi any improvement in price, was in better demand. Oats were easy and ir-j xegolxr in vahie. Chaff and hay are quiet and ui poor demand In the pro-: dace markets butter and eggs were: firmer. , ] - The lotto wing fable, compQed on Febra-j Mz^-7, from London, is interesting] / f1, ' Mjtfttftnii wi»i psVtmfTsp iinfl * ', . « » »H'KS ss-i ■im :■■ 1,119 7to ' " " *qi osb wa.'wojr VSwpna 8/9S /M . 9/9t " " " 111 08V >oil 'X#N ■nt/ec . L/it i/Z\> *' qt OSb l«a '«»« ?ao«iia 'ajJOct ..-Mi- '!o7a - • nil qi oot «a, ^#k 'p»mn« ioo<JjoArc -i/K " . Bits • mi ■ . w* «row»a to wim •*«»*» bh^bd , 000,m'6X WOW'ST (WOflflCflt epnutiO «f „0[qfs[A„ a,'|s>"W»fr OM'DOg'M • 000,989 K OOOST9K VJfl'Q «1 ,.»im«l*.. 8,l«>il8pt)Jg -000'iBt'flt OOOeOT'BC OOO'gre'ie : t\aSm on!»iA tuioitfo uuojMtuv •TOO 1 - 'Bnn -BTHJ OflOWt ' 000'939'T 000'tifl t '• " ?nnnntlt...

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

L, Wendt's 'Raiway' Lever Watch FOR Aliii RAILWAY MBN. A V«iy Strong, Hewry, Nickel, Open-face Keyless Watch. We guarantee it to be an absolutely^ Reliable, Accurate, and Certain Timekeeper. Just the Watch that every Railway Man ought to have. PRICES— With Botheram Movement — £5 With English Movement £3 10/ With Waltham Movement .. ... £2 15I Very few in stock. Order- at once before we are sold out, so as to pi event disappointment. Obtainable only from 76 Ruqdle Wendt's, 24'26'ai»d 28 Street, ADELAIDE. Arcade.

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

Amusements. NEW EMPIRE THEATRE. EVERY EVENING, GEOTE STREET, VICTORIA SQUARE. Telephone 2327. Sole Lessees and Proprietors, Messrs. LENNOX, HYMAN, & LENNON. NEW EMPIRE VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS. THE PERMANENT PLACE OF VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT. NIGHTLY INTRODUCING 20 ACKNOWLEDGED AETISTS, 20. LAST NIGHT OF THE CR.OTTON BROS. Our Special Feature, New Moving Pictures by the Great MIORAMA. Regular Empire Prices—2/, If, and 6d. Boxplan at Duhst & Biven'6. Book ing Fee, 6d. extra. Business Notices. "I Don't Walk or Car it, RIDE A BIKE. - Of coarse, the best Bicycle to bay is the "LEWIS." They last very many years, and give absolute satisfaction. If, however, you want a low-priced Machine come and see some of the Secondhand ones we are offering. We guarantee them really good value. PLEASE QCGTE XUKBER IF ORDERING BY POST. Jfo. 454 is a "JAMES," 24-in- frame, recently owecbaoled sad pronounced . in good, oxder -...: .. .. £410 0 No. 558—B.S.A- Psrtst 22-in. frame* imt overhaul...

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MYSTERY OF THE WARATAH. A REMARKABLE STORY FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

MYSTERY OF THE WABATAH. A REMARKABLE STORY FROM LOUDON. Mr. Claude G. Sawyer, who left the1 Waratah at Durban, has been interviewed | to explain his reason for leaving the ves Eel. He telegraphed to his wife in .Lon don from Durban as follows:—Bppked | Capetown. Thought Waxatah top heavy. Landed Durban. This was received by! ~M rK Sawyer before anything haa ap- j , peared in the London papers as to the' Waratah's non-amval at Capetown.' Also ' Mr. Sawyer wrote to his wife giving her i ! a. full account of his dream, also calledj upon Lloyd's agent at Durban and: com-j znunicated bis fears as to the top heavi-1 ness of, tiie Wat^tah. Now, as to his 1 dreams. We are sceptical as /to dreams.! We have heard of many wonderful dreams presaging events, but we have al ways heard of them' after the event. Mr. Sawyer has submitted to us ample evi dence that his dream on the Waratan, the dream that finally induced him to leave was made known to others before the i catastrophe, and on this wire...

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

NEW SEASON'S MILLINERY fHodels : : No efforts have been spared by our buyers to secure the Latest and Best Millinery Goods in the World's Principal Markets. This yon will be con vinced of if you will but favor us with a visit. You will be as tounded. at Our "Fa mous Low Prices. Our Beady-to-Wear Milli nery is Our Special Feature. New Season's Dress Goods at our Famous Low Prices. We may have shown Beautiful Dress Materials other seasons, but this season ws gclipse all other shows. We invite you to inspect. TWEEDS.—The lastest in Tweeds, both striped and fancy, beautiful shades, at Our Famous Low Prices, 1/3, 1744, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11 yard. NEW CAMBRIDGE CLOTH—This is a fairly weighty Plain Cloth, very service able, an<3 fashionable, in Brown, Green, Navy Slate, Wine, 42 in., 8/11 dress of six yards. VENETIAN CLOTH.—This is a special purchase in Navy only, 40 in., 1/9 yard. COATING. SERGES,—In Navy, Brown, and Green, 40 in., Our Famous Low Price, 1/3 yard. CASHMERE SERGES.—Spec...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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COMIC GEOGRAPHY. A PROFESSOR'S HALLUCINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

COMIC GEOGRAPHY. A PE0PESSO2 S HALLDCINAHONS. Many of the so-called facts taaght about Australia from works on geography are absolutely ir->;o:iect and misleading. This is bad enough when such books are pot before English students, but it is very much more serious when they are placed in the haxids of Australians- Among the books being used by some of those who are studying foT *tie senior public exami nation 'says the Hobart "Daily Post") is "A Sew Geography Comparative" by Pro fessor Meiklejoho, of the University of St. Andrews, whicn literally bristles with misstatements. He says:— The larger part of the interior of Aus tralia consists si the most forbidding and desolate regions on the face of the globe. Another statement is:— Australia, in 'Lis respect (being cover ed 'vith scrub, often so dense as to be quite unpenetrable; more, African than Africa -tself, 'S essentially1 the land cff: wastes and stepfts. This is absolute nonsense, and while such f tuff wag' excusable in ear...

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CREW'S PRIVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

CREW'S PRIVATIONS. There arri«fcd at Liverpool recently. Hie1'" survivors of the London-owned sailing ; vessel Deccan, which was wrecked near Cape Horn. As extraordinary tale of hardship was told by the men, the suffer-;^ ings and adventure through which tfaey.| passed having scarcely a parallel outside; the pages of fiction. J , The sailing ship Deccan, of 1836 tons*-'! left Port Talbot, South Wales, with a cargo of coal last August, bound for South - America, and had on board a crew of 3?, including six apprentices. Not many ^ days had passed before the first of a series of misfortunes overtook the vessel. - When near Cape Horn the master, Cap taip Parnell, was taken seriously ifi, And<";„ he was put ashore at Port Stanley,. sub-;^ sequently returning to his home at Portr^ madoc, where he died. - 4^ After a long period of laborious rovi&^l a small sandy beach was discovered, a lyn^tng was effected on one of^tt»«t| islands of Tieua del Fuego. The.men'J provisions...

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

| TO& MODERN. UP-TO-DATE POBTHAJTOEB THE FRANK A. McNEtLL STUDIOS Caniiol be Excelled. Only PIacp of Easiness—GAWLER PLACE. 8 Pendant Photos, 2/; two positions. 4 Panel*, Ovals, Circles, and Square*, 6 Oabiscts, artiftkaUy finished, 5/6. 12 Pane Panels, best finish, 12/6. - 12 Postcards of Yourself, 5/; vitb Bromide, Ifb. Make no mwttalre Gawliar place only.

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STURT FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

STDBT FOOTS AIL CLUB. The annTiai meeting of the Sturt Foot baU Club was held at the Unley City Hall on Tuesday evening. Is the ab sence of the President (Mr. R. A. G. Os borne), Mr. G. J. J. Rowley presided over a large attendance. In moving the adop tion ol the report, the Chairman said that the past season had been begun with a team of good -players? all of whom justi fied their inclusion.' HLe personally had never expected wonders fiom the team, because it had been composed mainly of new players, which fact, as every one ta&d to *n*ir« his own reputation, was not con ducive to the best results. Sound com bined games could not be expected when all the men were strange to one another. It could not be expected that they should play aa«well-.as men wjio had played to gether ior infcny years." The prospects of the coming season were bright.. Mr. L. H Haslam seconded, and spoke in com plimentary terms of the manner in which the committee had worked during the past year. The cl...

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

BURRA Racing Club. Registered with S.A.7.G Wednesday, March 23,1910 {Wefther penmtttBgv) £175—In Stakes-^6175. EOTBIES far Trials and Sseta -iQoae Tijmliy next. Much 15, with General AcocptMHW. Gor don's Apency, 4 pan.; with Secretary, at Bom, Kfl-TTW* ma*rf V. H. HAEBT, Bombay .Bon*

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

LAWN TENNIS. The following are the results of the matches played at We Adelaide Oval' courts on Tuesday:— GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES. Host beat Wyiiie, 6—2, 6—2, 6—4. Taylor, beat Parker; 6—fl, 5—7, 6—L Dr. Smith beat Pan tan, 6—0, 6—2, 6-2. Heath bfeat O'Dea, 6—1, 6—2, 6—3. Campbell beat Barrifet, 6—3, 3—6, 6—2. Lloyd beat Rodder, o—2, 7—9, 6—3. , Bimdfiy beat R. Taylor, 4—6. 6—5, 6—0. Beid beat Bndder, 3—6, 6—4, 6—2.* Bromley beat Thomas, 6—3, 6-—2. / Nott beat Chambers, 6—5, 6—4. « Beck beat Hughes, 6—1, 6—5. Paxtoa beat Coombs, 6—3, 6—5, Bertram beat Cox, 6—5, 6r-3. Itonahan beat McMSchael, 6—5, 6—& Haiif beat Bayliss, 6—3, 6—4. WyUie beat Hammer, 6-—5, 6—4. Lug beat Good, 6—I, 6—5. Btmdey beat Murray, 6—4, 6—2. Johnson beat P^qdv, A—6, 6—2, 6—2. I Jones beat Tassie, 6—2, 6—2. SrhanVB beat Robinson, 6-r-5, 6—2. H. A. Taylor beat Goombe, 4-=-6, 6—1, 6—S. Cadmore beat- Weidenbach, 6—2, 6—4. LADJES* CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLES. Hiss ftowe and Hies Thomas beat Mrs. Aodreve and Mrs. HcArtb...

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THE GLENELG LINE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

THE GLENT3LG LISTE. To the Editor. Sir—The elections are coming on and districts are making the best of their chancer to get promises of help from oui future representatives in matters they are anxious about. Let me suggest that Way ville and Goodwood should go for the electrification of the Glenelg Railway for all they are worth, and incidentally far taking up the rails, not only from Victoria square to South terrace, but right through to the South line at Goodwood, and have instead of the present ugly line a grand parade with electric cars running into a station at Goodwood, into which Glenelg trsiins and South line trains would also run. Passengers from Glenelg would change into cars at Goodwood instead of I South terrace, and three or four lines of ' trains could provide better for race crowds than the present trains, a double or triple line running from Glenelg to Goodwood. The enhanced values given to property along this new road to Goodwood from South terrace would be so trem...

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

Public Notices. ^QOXKONWBALTH OF AUSTRALIA. ~r vAn fof appointment as Tel^raph 'j Vm>-ngw,. ami Suburbs, 'will be held ■hod iflrtorday, the 7th Hay, 1910. ■'i. Wjj^cia- Handwriting, Spelling) and Aritfa AppbcaHooa are invited from Tboys of not lea _ iflun ll^iii hinor have passed their 16th birth «pri forms of 'application ob - ■i^waWf st Office of the Commonwealth Pub jSlie>&nioe lo^ectot, G.P.O., Adelaide. -1 '-ii&fahDOe - 5/. ' j i fiiniTii wlimin rlnrr April 13th, 1910. * D. CL MdACfmAN, - AwmwtnipjJth Public Service Commissioner. - W. -J. SEE WES, Secretary. Y- mrfhnwWx*, ■!«*» %X*rr*>1 Ifflfl 4>—* :—: — J. UNEMPLOYED. ; ^M^nKG ol UNEMPLOYED win be bdd at .-ftba comer <6C Wakefield street . «nd Victoria 38pace, THIS MORNING, at 1030. z - SSGXNEE&S* . TCKHEEY. ■ ■ ,' ^ -^^Ptwror^ Boring, and Screw Cutting a - ' ■ '••ii'®®*-jmSS© for, .and all 'deecoptaoziB of rJ^pngUie snd Machine Repairs. ' ^ -T^'i ^%3ocner ^)t ; £tart <...

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

WORKERS STUDY YOUR OWN INTERESTS SUBSCRIBE TO THE DAILY HERAtD.* AT LAST! 1 THE NEW DAILY HAS ARRIVED!! ARE YOU A SHAREHOLDER? IF NOT, BECOME ONE AT ONCE.

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

VOTES FOR WOMEN. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL I The Labor Candidates: X - Klauer, E. X Styles, AW. X Wilson, J. P. Favor an Extension of the Franchise. Authorised by R. Blnndell, Trades HalL

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

Wholesale WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS CuFPie Street. We ONIT do business "with the JTRADE, not with prirate booses. Bepresenting Buigoyne (London), Wines; Henry Goulet (Bieims), Cham pagne; Scott & -Griffiths (Tasmania), Ales end Stout; Ban MacFai&ae (Paisley), JWbisky, &c.j &c. . ' THE ' ! T IT C SHE© l.U.O. SHEAR HDEDS THE VOBLD* REtOBO FOE QOAUTE. • ; IU9E By nrLAwatATTP. IBIDES r~ ttvtontsts.

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

THIS IS THE MEDICINE MEDICAL EXPERTS DECLARE THAT SAVES HUMAN LIFE. BECAUSE IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD, CORRECTS AND CtVES THE HEART POWER, PROMOTES SLEEP AND GOOD' APPETITE, CURES WORST FORMS OF NERVOUSNESS, MELANCHOLIA, PAL PITATION, BILIOUSNESS, AND EXHAUSTION. Many of the most serious nerve, stomach, liver, and kidney diseases arise from lade of care to keep the stomach in good working order. Poisons get into the blood, caused by effete matter fermenting in the natural digestive channels. The whole system becomes saturated with poisonous properties, and one of the several vital organs of the body gives way. Then we have the anaemic, delibitated wrecks in our city streets, men and women who a few weeks before appeared equal to 20 years' life. How many men and women in Melbourne have gone with the old year because of neglect, which has introduced and aided the disease which killed* And so it is the plain duty of all men or women to keep this great nerve and blood medicine always at han...

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