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

3tmuSa&enis. WEST'S OLYMPIA. JJnder Direction _ _ _ ._i .. Mr. T. J- West. ■ SOOt, C£»M*=*mTABLE, COMMODIOUS. THIS AND EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK. WESTS PICTURES. cJE* The Ppe-emineiat and Incomparable. Assisted by L. De Gaoen's Vice-Regal Orchestra. West's Popular Prices—2/, 1/6,. 1/, and 6d. Children Half-price to aE except- <Jaliery. Boxplan and Day Sale si ■ Dnfcst & Brwert's. FEED MARSH, Manager. S.A. chamber OF .MANUFACTURES, INCORPORATED. The 1910 Exhibition MARCH 44 TO MAY 4. GRAND OPENING CEREMONY THURSDAY EVENING, .MARCH 24. Season Tickets now ready £11/ for set of ttjree (Centleman's and two 10/& Competitors' «®Asonf 5/3. fexiribition Btrildinjf. H. E. WINTE^QTTOM> Secretary. . ~; - 73c - !Ebe Atirafdnw everfcrongtat to Adelaide. TJtHnmencing shortly: THE WORLD FAMOUS FASTING MAN 'Whose TTmqae State. have created ftmres. Direct from the London Olymnia. SACCO-HOMAN ;S SACCO-HOMAN . AT tamrtT. -naranggs, 12 mvmir CQBNEB. GEESHAM street,...

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AUSTRALASIAN DREADNOUGHTS. TO BE COMPLETED IN 1912. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

AUSTRALASIAN DREADNOUGHTS. TO BE COMPLETED IN 1912. LONDON. March IS. Speaking is the House of Commons in reference to the new Dreadnoughts to be given to the British Navy by New Zea land, the First Lord of the Admiralty said that they will be completed by the summer of 1912.

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THE BUDGET. TO BE PASSED. BEFORE RECESS. AN IMPORTANT STATEMENT. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

THE BUDGET. TO BE PASSED. BEFORE RECESS. AN IMPORTANT STATEMENT. LONDON, March If. The Prime Minister has made an im portant statement in the House of Com mons to the effect that it is the intention of the Government to pass the Budget be fore Parliament goes into recess. • To do this it will be necessary to resort to some form of summary procedure, which will probably mean dispatch by guillotine. It is stated that the Govern ment's intention is not contingent on any thing that _ may happen elsewhere. I

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MAGISTRATES' COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

MAGISTRATES' OOTJBT. I GAWLER, March 14 (before Messrs. G. BngU | and Arthur Smith!—Karl Hogo ' Smelskrerf vm charged with having assailed Woik. I near the Mill Inn . JJridge on March 11. Tba I defendant pleaded polity, -under great provoca I tion. Fined 10/ ana costs, £1 SJ10 £a alL James Green was charged with having aided and abetted Smetekopfl in assaulting TUdnhoTrt Weak. He pls^did cat gcflty. Woik atated that be yac driving with Mr. Ifstz over the 3Cli Inn Bridge, when 8xaab&Dp8 assaulted him- wbflai bm «a* driving his cart. The defendant was- on the road, and Tanning to the horse's head held it whilst the .offence was, committed* KeSnhnbT Matz eta tea that he was driving the Vehicle in which Woik was seated^ and saw the avapll com mitted- Defendant- ran after Use earfct.and told him to stop the hoxse, at the same tune nmnxng to the horse's head. He had the horse under eontrol, and there was no necessity for any one ) to assist in polling it up. ■ Stoti33a>pfl gave...

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TARIFF REFORM. MUST BE IN THE FOREFRONT. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

TARIFF REFORM. MUST BE IN THE FOE2FBONT. LONDON, March 15. In view of Canada's commercial agite nunts, with France, Germany, and pos sibly Ameriia, thp "Londoa Times" urges the necessity for Imperial preference. Although it is a constitutional question, it must be in the forefront at the next election. The Unionists must leave no etone unturned with regard to tariff re form. The "Times" also notes that formerly in tariff matters Ottawa went to Washing ton, but now Washington goes to Canada.

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

METEOROLOGICAL. Forecast for South Australia (at 9 ttni.j March 15).—Pleasant south-east to east vinofft Barometer. 3CL23. Cloudy, cold, and doll westJjer general over the country south of the Adelaide plains during Tuesday morning, but U the day ad vanced the sky rapidly became Wear, and the afternoon mas pleasant. A large taifftraressore system is noted.over sub-tropical Australia, but along the far north coast of Queensland a mon soon prevails. Heavy and general rain has fallen over all eastern Australia, but elsewhere over the continent and Tasmania the weather is fine. f P0BECAOTS. Western Australia—Geners&y fine and warm to hot; cooler in the extreme sonth»west and south, an A light shower* on the south cpast. Queensland-—More tropical rains over all coastal, central, Maranoa, and Darting Downs dis tricts; fine in the west. South-east to DOT^^ast winds; squally on the coast. JJew South Wales.—Stall more tropical rains, generally east of the Dading. North-east to south-...

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REFORMING THE LORDS. LORD ROSEBERY'S SCHEME. A GREAT SPEECH. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

REFORMING THE LOBDS. . LORD JtQSEBERY'S SCHEME. A CHEAT SPEECH. LONDON, March 15. There was not a vacant seat in the House'o( Lords when Lord Bosebe'ry moved that the Chamber go into commit tee to consider the best means of reform ing the. existing .organisation in the Horpe. He -declared that the time, had ccme for refara, and if they, vaited for tne Gove'iiment to cany a prbjos.i! to hamstiing the peers, it wouid so emascu late the Hcuse of Lofds that tfcoy would become no better rhan -a. jointed Chamber i in which no self-respecting person would sit. v The elective principle, he eaid, most not be through popular elections, bat through associations, corporations, and county councils.-" He Boomed the sug gestion of a single 'Chamber, in which he "saw a proposal to- dig the grave of the fcnpire. The American Senate's veto was stronger. tKan the veto of a sovereign. He tremTTIed at the scorn of Ameflba contemplating Britain's^ one eyed aifd one-legged search itor a Consti tution. 5

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WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE. EIGHT BILLS TO BE INTRODUCED. REFORMING THE MARRIAGE SERVICE. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE. EIGHT BILLS TO BE INTRODUCED. KEFOEiflXr, THE KAiiEIiGE £EEV.fCE: J.0M>03f, March 15. Thr> Hicht lion Sir C!hs_rles Mel-aryn, member for the Bosworth Division of Leiecfierj has intimated his intention to introduce 'sight measures into the Hous-t of Con:rnons, bearing on The Tights and 'interests of women. | One of the things advocated is an ap I peal to the Anglican bishops to draw up a new marriage service in accordance | with womanly dignity and legal truth. _

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POLICE COURT, ADELAIDE. Tuesday, March 15. (Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., and [?] Wallis.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

POLICE COOET. AOeWDK Taesd*y, lUcch 15. (Before Messrs. J. Gordon, SJ&* nd & & Idb.) Seven cases of dronienrress were dealt with. Michaftl D^auey, for bovine been drank and used indecent language in Hindley street on March 14 was ordered to pay £L POLICE OGUBT. FOB* AMBLAIPR Mapcfc 14. (Before Mr. T. Gepp, S.M.) Jobs McBoberta, ag<8d 34,^leaded g&fa tea" charge of having been drank, on the Semaphore road, GlanvUle, on 'Saturday night, and »fa> to baring at the same time used indecent langqiwe. He was ordered to pay 35/. McBoberts having been gmlty of'jioions be^avifiof wlJitT* tng -disturbed the peace of the -(Banville Hotel on the same date. fie was £ned £2 25/; is da fault seven days' imprisonment. , Frederick W. Dreaver, a companion of the-far- . mer defendant* pleaded, ~Gmlry under great pro-~ vocation," to « charge 'off ht^og. Wodered "Con stable Roland Croston whilst in the execution of his duly at GUimLle on March 12. He was order...

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REFORM OF THE LORDS. SIR EDWARD GREY SPEAKS. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

KEF0E3I OF THE LORDS. SIR EDVTAET) GREY SPEAKP. T.OXDOK, March 15. Speaking at a Ubrrsl banquet t»mghi the- Secretary for Foreign Affairs (Sir Ji-i "ft'iu-d G:r'Vi declared that the giouivlt upon which the House of Commons sought to limit tbo powers o5 vtio of the House were insufficient. "'All the same,"' said Sir Bdwani, "1 \n: Upper House musi be za-djavLiy reformat!. A single- Chamber would result TgoliiieaJJ.y in death, disasitr, and liamuauon."

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STATE CHILDREN'S COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

STATE CHILDREN'S eODScnJx A meeting of the State Children's CouB- v£| cil was held on Monday afternoon. ' The *:{7t President (Mr. T. Rhodes) oceupietithe chair, those present being Lady Way, a Lady Bonvthon, Mra. CromptQiij ' lira. " MeAree, Miss Stirling Df. C> ? W. Hapiil ton, Dr. B. S. Sogers, Mr. "C- H. .Goixie, and the secretary (Mr.'J. GiayK ijoltK.. gjes for non-attendance- wiexe V received '3 from Hiss Spenpe, and Menses. P. IfcJI. Glynn, and T. H. Smeaion. i ■ 'i'be secretary reported tile receipt.? iof ;;i a letter from Mrs- Grewes,' thanking%* council for the treatment j accorded !™ son whilst under the care »f the depart-":8 nuent. A1 letter was. also, received from./' a State girl "UTging~State:ehildren toirastjj the council and its offices. . The Bishops of Rockhampfcoo wrotto thanking tiie>j council for -the report of the recent pan-in gress. "'i:p The counqjl »poited after oonBiderabUy discussion that half-caste .children in"tiiii State between the ages ol one...

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A MAINTENANCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

A" MATMTEKANCE" CASE." Emest Grivouski, picture tramei, ajv > peaxed at the Adelaide .Police Court on Tuesday rooming on the informatiflaat his wife, viio charged himwith tiavilyc -J left her without mesas of support. ' -JS The d&fendant, when asked topiea^r/io stated that "It wasn't iijt^ntionallydijpai-"'- ^ lie eventually pleaded not guilty. . The informant stated Uiat: the defen j dan left home in company with another man on February 2. They went away ut.1? van, and intended travelling aronndi rf various districts working as pictur*.-; trainers "and photographers. -Thrnft.jriag» :4 after she received a letter from her hn»." -band, CTicfrwfng 17/. Since thep she had . , v not heard froia him. - . 1. :.'y. The Defendant—I was just sitijng dowa S to write' ber a letter when . ■The Bnt letters will not .fce^p'a':^ wife. . \'S The defendant made a statement-thai' v| his hotse had beeo "hong up m a barb >| wire fence, to whith aftqn stable d*ad:.;J •testify,*" ~ Business...

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

'The Daily Herald1 Do You Subscribe ? Are You a Shareholder? The Job Printing1 Department will-execute yaurorders In the bestsayteiand^ndtlithegrea' ehi i pronptltade.

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A PRISONER ESCAPES. AND SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

A PRISONER ESCAPES, i ":! AND SrKRENDKES At the Adelaide Police Court on Toes day morning, before Messrs, J. Our don. R.M., and justices, William Thomas, alias Roberts, pleaded guilty to a charge of having escaped ham the Adelaide Gaol on July 1. 1900. . The governor ok the gaol stated that ac cused was admitted on June 11, and when he had escaped liad nine days more to serve. Thomas surrendered hirmwll to the police on March 14. A Salvation Army officer deposed that accused called at ihe Citadel, .Pirie street, on Friday last, and handed in a £5 and two £1 notes, wliien he requested should be sent to his rile. He said he had es caped from gaoL and the Army officers advised him to surrender himself without delay. He was unv ijling to do so, how ever. He express! bis intention to go to Bendigo ana eaio some more money tor his family before gaye himself up. He returned to the citadel on Monday, end told the officers t>Mt he had changed his mind, that he would give himself op at onc...

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WIFE ASSAULTS A HUSBAND. A BAD RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

WIFE ASSARTS, A J HUSBAND. A A BAD RECORD.' Bridget Coefcello was "barged ~. ai thk ft/lrtaldp Paiice Court on lueaday"monk tag/by her husband wilir: tevineaasaxil ted him' on Satnrday last. * The informant stated thai be waa pro ceeding along Cume street on the day in- question, when he looked behind and. eaw his wife following him. "I looked at her," he said, "and asked her VJiai she wanted. I told her tt was no^Jlaeal for her, and asked her to clearouC . I; then turned round and walked <nx." -:pA the" informant was . the act- of rtwud ing the comer a half buck sttuck him between the shoulders. "I sras / nol: frightened of "being Tobbed," COntumedj the witness- "I had nothing lo -Iw -' robbed of^-oaly her." {Laughter.) > Th<> defendant said that «l»> baud* not been living with the informant , Since June last. He had IrnncknH her wit , The' comt sentenced the defendant,-, who had a large list of previous oSiwic tmn<; against Ee4 to (vo. Qum...

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WHERE CON-FUSION RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

WHERE CON-FUSION RULES. Recently millionaire newspsper-ownaf Pearson sent begging letter.1 to Australia on behalf of the "Fresh Air Fund." The purpose is to give one day's holiday ami. two decent meals per year to the slum children of Merrie England. The mil lionaire gravejy informs uj" tJiat condi tions are far worse to-day than when ha started the fund 16 years ago. There are now in the big cities, he says, 300,000 slum children who never see a blade of grass and never enjoy a decent meal est cept once a year through the efforts < { the fresh air fund. These little human pearls are starved and stunted, they wither and die of-hunger and destitution in the metropolis of the richest country in the world. ■ l'hey are morally murdered by the callous indifference and shocking misrule of the class that governs ibe country. Scores of thousands of chil dren go each morning to school hung-'/. Recent legislation, however, provides one meal each school day for a few" of them. Tens ...

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SMELFUL FISH. MR. DEAKIN'S POOR OPINION OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

SMELFUL FISH. mb. deakqts poor opinion of ajjstrat.tft The things that politicians say (ex claims a contributor to the Queensland "Worker"—Alfr ?d E>eakin, letting- himself loose at Bendigo, pried in his most orato rical falsetto:— "Fancy the Commonwealth running any industry through its three milHivnc of square ! isn't 'it simply ri^ii*«inns and unthinkable even for the simplest of trades?" In which shriek of satire he is supposed to completely dispose of the Labor Party's proposal to nationalise monopolies. It is "ridiculous and ..unthinkable," he-yells. Then what an. inconceivable ass the Commonwealth must be making of itself when it runs the mail-carrying industry through its three millions of square miles. And . of what impossible foolishness it I must be guilty when it also runs the tele graph iadustryr(a.nd the telephone indus , try tjjriiugjf ife.-jfeinsnW .areas;. ■ -Wt to i mention the anything but simple "trade of soldiering, and the complex busin«is of I the and excis...

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LAND AND IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

LAND AMD IMMIGRATION. A correspondent writes:—Most of the blocks of land allotted in Anlaby, Pin naroo, and other places have been over applied for in nearly every case. I have been in conversation with several persons who have applied to the Land Board many times, and had no chance of se curing a block, so I really think we can do without immigrants until there is work or land provided for them to come to. I know of several young men from [England in Australia, only recently come ; out, who paid their own passage, and I am sure if they can see their way, they will send for their brothers or mates. They are the sort of men we want, not hundreds of immigrants brought out with nowhere to go to, and no work to do. In a few days they would be looking for the Premier and members of Parliament to assist them in securing work. Concerning the land question, I must say I am with most other thinking men in iavor of the policy of the Labor Party for the Government to resume Jand from the squat...

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MASTER AND SERVANT. [?] CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

MASTER AND SERVANT: StftKSLKKKPKBTS ray* rig At the Police Court on Tuesday Rcede rick Will pleaded not gtrilty to a charge lairi by James Stevenson, hatelkeeper, of Adelaide, with having absented himvlf from service wittjout due ootira. Mi. C- M. Mnirtwad appealed far the dfifen^Ast. | The informant, who is licensee of the Kalgoorlie Hotel, Hindley street, stated that he engaged rtefondant as a kitchen help at £1 per wed: and keep.. He be gan work on January 26, and left on < Sunday, March 6, after a little over six weeks' work- The informant had receiv ed do notice from the defendant that the latter was going to leave- He foimd out | that defendant bad gone early on Monday morning. He was engaged by the week. [ V.YominpH by Mr. M airhead the com plainant stated that be had no know ledge of the fact that the defendant had given notice to his wife. The defen dant's hours were from 6 a_m_ to £_15 p*n , and from 4 p.m. to 7.15 pjn. , i The defendant said that .he entered th...

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

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Vote for a National Policj'-, thus:— Adelaide Division. GO " ROBERTS, E. A. Boothby Division. [X] - BATCHELOR, E. L. Barker Division. 0 - DWYER, M. A. Wakefield Division. jTj - VAUGHAN, J. H. Polling Day, April 13. Actbonsed-tiy &.-£. Blondeti, X^deB^Q&lL

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