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

f MAX SWIFT & Co.'s Furniture Stocktaking SALE. 6-Piece Drawing ^Eoom Suite, Solid Black wood Frames, nicely upholstered in Tapes try and Plush, Sale Prlee^i£4> ioa* Cash or Terms. Pay a visit to this Store at your first opportunity, exa mine Our Special Sale Offers, and form your own judgment in the matter. COLONIAL SOFA, WITH LEATHER CUSHIONS, Sale Price, 42s. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 O'CLOCK. HORRIS AT?\r -CHAIR, as illustrated, with ^ Cretonne Cushions, *< Sale i*Flee, 37a. 6d. MAX SWIFT & Co. THE BED BUILDING, 67, HIND LEY STREET, ADELAIDE. S. MOORE, C4BRIER, UK LEY RO AD (Penny Section). Furniture carefully Removed, On Hire—Drags, Waggonettes, Buggies of all kinds, with or without Horses. Travellers supplied* •Phone 432. J. HILL & CO. ELECTRICAL ENCINEERS. ELECTRIC MOTORS. ELECTRIC LIGHTS. Estimates and all information on application. Only Address— McHENRY STREET. ADELAIDE. GRAY & SHAW. GEESHAM STREET (late of Shierlaw's), IT&...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARMS FOR TURKEY. PROBABLE WAR. YOUNG TURKEY'S DESIRE. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

AEMS FOR TOSKEY. .PBOBABLE WAB. TOTJNG ItJBKBTS DESEE3E. MMINpN, March 35. The authorities arejust now- watching ■ the movements of Enver Bey, a leader at ' the Young Turkey Partv who has just ar rived id F.nclaTid- - Enver Bey has dfe closed the'fact that jthe'purport of hii visit is to purchase arms in the anticipa- - ' tion that Turkey will be involved in a war next spring. . r The Young Turks are "desirous for « clash , with Greece or Bulgaria, - "as .the; . consider liiai would be fhe best Trwa-ng of obtaining Bnpport for^thiir party.

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DISTURBANCE ON A STEAMER. RUSSIANS RUN AMOK. BEAT THEIR WIVES SEVERELY, OFFICERS PREVENT A RIOT VANCOUVER, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

DISTURBANCE ON A STFAMEIl. EDBSIAK3 SDK AMOK. ' ■ i, BEAT H'HKIK WIVES SEVERELY, OFFICEEB PBEVEKT A. EIOZ " " VAKCOOVEE-i-March 15. A sensational tale has been told inSan Francisco by the officeie of a liner, which has jnst arrived from Korea- Shebrooghi a number Of ^nwifln ■ immigrjint^ whft were 'bound for. Hawaii, $nd after leav ing Kobe, in Japan, they gambled away their money. • • • . Having done that they began to demand the savings of their wises. .. Invariably their demands wer& refused,' and invan ably severe beatings followed^ At last theofficers decjded'to mterfere and endeavored to arreet one of the Bub sians, whoresistedstrerujously,' aided by, his comrades. However, iie was cap tured eventually, and wag r.tiaiced to the bridge. The man's compairiote thengathered on the forecastle, • armed themselves with . any available weapons, and endeavored to, effect a rescue. The officers managed to prevent a riot by agreeing 4o punish the . prisoner's wife. When the vesse...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. We-have much pleasure in informing our readers that we bare secured the Ealeitighl of publication'in South Aus traliaL-of a series of articles by Ran dolph Bedford, tire well-known and brilliant descriptive writer, who has jnst undertaken an extensive tour in the East. The itinerary will inclode the Philip pities, China, . Japan, Hasvaii, and -California, and the abides describing , the toor will have sgeoal reference to ' the alien question." Oar readers may look forward wkh confidence to a real literary treat, and an,able exposition thc^-sobjectr specially: dealt - with.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

> leftIL NOTICES. JOSOBUT BBI£AI£.^f*n£ JM030. ml, ■-ftJEA. Moildftvi*; BorfAdelaide, 4.#5 pan. (Bd -.tidb-axfeS lot«j£xr parcels poet doses *at GJP-O-, 2 ••p.p'-T Waji riiTA jo Xfondon April IS. * <aeBaa •ppttatw sod x^sa£>a,—Apni ; VmuAiuvec-^2 .pan. .flsfce fee, 330 p-m.; -money rfwi^wn at 12 dood'L Malmra. •:., »IOTSK AV6TRAMA, OOUJHBO, SUEZ,' ■ BCEOPE, and LOKl)OK.-lhitb 25—10l30 ajn. £Is*e fee, 1D4S uo.); F3LS, Sydney, yi& Mar aealles. April 1—10.45 a-m. (Isle fae, 11 a.m.), ' v&ocigin-1 Jtatis3- • •* i . ^tXHE AFSICA {Pcnbaxi direct).—Merch 15 ,'liDeai) 3*VA POBTa,*ad SmGAFOBE.-Marcli 21 ' |^buit>-^Sbftri^ (sp.) iLORD HOWE, KQEFOIK, and NEW HE& 8PjR>-jbrcn 30—3 p.m., overland to Sydney. ., SOBTB A3CESICX.—iiarcb 17—3 pjn. . HONGKONG, JAPAX, and MANILA.—March 17 ■ «~-5 pjn. (late fee, 3j© p.m.^ ororiaad to Sydney, thence per AUe&bam. TASWftXTAj—Marrh • 17, 23) p">, overland to Ifrftwane. ' JfEW ZEALAKX? {S?rtb Island).—...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. SAILED.—March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

SHIPPING. SAILED.—March 15. Governor fifasgrave, lor lighthouses* Schwaben,.for Bremen. Wolkwrra, for Western Australia. Sapors, far Port Ilncoln „ . Urm&j for l&stern States. VESSELS EXPECTED SHGK&Y. At Pott Adelaide. 1 Dorset^ £., from Liverpool (daily). Kattexrtaxrn, &, from Mew York (Wodocadij). , Moldavia, &, tram Sydney (Thursday). 1 Port Caroline, a~, from London (dally). 1 Star of New s., from Brisbane <_ Vflle de la CSotat, s., from Marseilles (W< day). Wa&ool, ^ from London (Tuesday). Wonga FeQ, from Ocean Island (dally). FOR PORT ADELAIDE. STEAMERS. { Rgfott- A nrfjalfan. From Albany. Dawiishj 2216, to «uL TWwri, 2786, sailed February 26. . From Bremerhavetu Fankea. NJ>X,, 2252, sailed January 29. : Cnftfapiwi, KD-L-, 5004, sailed February Ifi. , ScbamtrtMBl, K-D-L., 5058, to sail. From Buenos Ayres. . Cteverdoa* 2065, to saD. From tMcaBa.' Caspian, 2217, to saB. * Derwaafc" HaU, 2514, to «uL CSenorc...

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

No Easter Party COMPLETE WITHOUT A P PACKED IN THKKES13ES*J5ta.J,Jib.Jiefc; 2i 3,3IEL2 wz.

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RUSSIA IN THE FAR EAST. MILITARY COURSE ADOPTED. WAR WITH CHINA PREDICTED. UNREST IN AMERICA. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

RUSSIA IN THE FAR EAST." MTLITABY COURSE ADOPTED. iWAK WITH CHINA' PREDICTED. rnSEEST IN -AMERICA. . LONDON, March 15. Hossia 1»» decided to adopt a military comss in the far East, and is strengthen ing allher Siberian and Manchurian gar risons. She is also making a complete (duplication of the Trans-Siberian" liail ,way. . -( - In view of the apparent agreement be tween Russia and Japan -over the Man .'churiaji poli ■it"is "believe d that Russia infamy to make war-on China. - 1 The unrest wiuch -Eussia's announced policy in .the East has caused in Europe has spread to Washington, and America may Tiave to issue a posifive warning to Japan to keep her hands off Manchuria or else be prepared to abandon the . policy*)! an-open doorin, China.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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CHICAGO RAILWAY STRIKE. NO ARBITRATION. VANCOUVER, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

CHICAGO RAILWAY STRIKE. NO ARBITRATION. . VANCOUVER March IS. As the railway companies have not ac ceded to the demand of the president of the Firemen's Union to submit the. dis pute between the employes and companies to arbitration, strike has been de cided upon. So fewer than 28,000 men will cease work at midnight.

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AVIATION. AN UNFORTUNATE VENTURE. VACOUVER. March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

AVIATION. AJf UNFGBTUNATE VENTCEE. VAOOITVEE. WnTvVh lfi. M. Panlhan, the celebrated French avia tor, has expressed himself as dissatisfied with the treatment he has received in America. His trip has resulted in a loss of £16,000 to Manager Oleary. M. Panl han has decided to return at once tc, France.

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SOUTH BROKEN HILL ENTRIES. Run Easter Monday. TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

SOUTH BROKEN HTT.T. JWTRTTW?. Run Easter Monday. ■ TRIAL STAKES Kogi, Sad divan, Stafford, Donovan, Speed On* Sir Ivan, Puzzle, Flagstaff, Loyal Scot," Baylock, Priesd}^ Count Iran, Moolarie, Slow Tom, Phan tom, Pugilistic, The Huma, The Drover. end.i Haifa. • . FLYING HANDICAP. ' . Nogi, Stafford, Sunshade, Little Dorrit, lord 9 Mielrwyn, ^a^"hnp5q? PhttIp, Knii, Har TOStTime, Hotspur,.Ebony, Friendly, Miss Tftrael, . Apollo, Patrician, Sir. Thomas, and HURDLES. Sonshlne, Earl Chester, Lord Parthia, MooUrip, «£ Priority, Daroo, Prophet, Donnybrook. ■*. THE EASTES GIFT. Stafford, Sunshade, Caithness, Rennet, Little Dorrit, Byton, Flagstaff, Hotspur, Simptetrm^ * Apollo, Pairician., Sir Thomas, and Hocus eocais* % JUMPERS* FLAT. Sunshine, Hotspur, Earl Chester, Lord Parthia, p Moolarie, Old Ben, Pugilistic, Priority, Datoo« ?» and Donnybrook. fahewell HANDICAP. f Nogi, Sandivan, Stafford, Little Do nit. Lord Maelgwyn, Bernard, Puzzle, Kali, Rennet, Har rest Time, Byton, flagstaff, Lo...

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FLYING HANDICAP.— At 3.50 Six furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

flying handicap.—a< 3.5.1 Six furlongs. uoastiul 9 5 Fort-oIa 7 $ Lord Koran . - .. 9 0 Jliss Conjuror .. 7 8 Liulehampton, in- Sarcastic 7 7 eluding 7 lb. The General .... 7 5 penaJty . .. 15 Heather T.^sa ,..73 Herdsman-. .. .. ft 0 KaVurich 7 3. Leap k'ear .. .. 8 4 Paialine .. .. .. 7 3 Brookton .. .. .. 8 2 May Fortune.. .. 7 2 Resolve 8 0 Rifleman .. ..7 0 Lady Frederick . 7 12 Wnkviicid . .. .. 7 0 Tommy Kfirfcis. 7 11 The Amendment .76 LEAP YEAR or LITTLEHAMPTOIS^ PONT RACE.—At 4.25. . Six furlongs. Dolly Gray .... 9 4 Sandy V..*C. .. .. 710 The Gem 9 3 Brijrlit OJivc .... 7 10 Werocata .. .. 9 2 Serene 7 a Bon 8 3 Irene 7 5 Cora .. .... 8 2 Little Molly .. ..7 3 The General .. .. 7 12 Federation.." - - 7 2 Royal Lady .. .. 7 11 lady Moonlight .* »'/ 0 i THE GENERAL or DOLLY GRAY. WELTEE HANDICAP-—At 5.5. O^e mile. •Trento 10 0 Flacstafl rr .. .„ .812 Baxter, including Light Heart .. ..*8 12 "/ lb. penalty .. 9 11 Broftnloek. *~r. ..8 9 Zena. Dare 9 9 Ttae Herzuit...

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TO-DAY'S BALAKLAVA RACES. PROGRAMME AND SELECTIONS. (By "York.") HURDLES.—At 12.30. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

TO-DAY'S BALAKLAVA RACES. PROGEAMME AND SELECTIONS. (By "York.") HURDLES.—At 12.30. Two miles. st. lb. St lb. Blondin 11 0 Lecturer vg 7 Macumba 10 12 Young Enfield. .. 9 7 Lyric 10 8 Lockwing S 6 Spoonful 10 3 B4 9 2 Miss Million .. ..10 2 Resemblance .... 9 0 St. Andrew .. .. 9 8 SPOONFUL or LYRIC. TBIAL STAKES.—FIRST DIVISION.—At 1.10. Abont seven furiongs. Miss Conjuror. .. 8 11 A.L.T 8 4 Jiay Fortune 8 11 Walkabout 8 3 Erownlock 8 10 Heather Lass ... 8 5 Potato .v- 8 10 Sarcastic 8 3 Flagstaff 8 10 ^araline 7 10 The Manatrer ... 89 Lady Frederick . 7 10 Thunderclap .... 8 9 Tiie Juggler .... 7 8 Parsifal 8 / FLAGSTAFF or LADY FREDERICK. TRIAL STAKES.—SECOND DIVISION.—At L50. About seven furlongs. Fortola 8 11 Rifieman 8 4 Gambler 8 10 Steelbone 8 3 Wafcefield 8 10 Bondi S 3 Cannon 8 10 Lurtit Heart .. .. 8 2 Tommy Burns. ..8 9 Gladys 7 10 Resemblance . .. 8 8 j ne Amendment . 7 8 Myra 8 4 Nice John 7 8 STEELBONE or GLADYS. WEROCATA HANDICAP.—At 2.30. One and a quarter miies. Ti...

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

Extension labte, made ly seasoned timber., ed, 6 ft. x 3 ft. 6 in.: price, £2 7/6. Packing free. Safe Delivery Guaranteed. Open Fridays until 9 pl Duchess Chest, roomy drawers, fitted with locks and keys, bev elled mirror, in light or dark wood; price £2 12/6. Venetian Bedstead, full sijse, nicely moun ted, ia nickel, heavy pillars; price £3 15/. Lruiing Room Suite, of 7 pieces, consisting of 6 dining chairs and X arm chair, strong and well made; price £2 18/6. nnrk/Qp'c The Homemakers, UU|J"1 Hindley and Leigh Streets, Adelaide.

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

Stopped My Falling in 3 Days!" "My hair came out in handfuls. 1 was frightened even to wash it. Koko is certainly marvellous for stopping the hair coming out and eradicating dandruff. Before I had used one .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 given 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 them of eczema of the scalp. Mothers speak ecstatically of the way is cleans their chil...

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

The Senate Election. You Must Vote for Three and You Should Vote fop Story,Gtitiirte,& McGregor THE liflBOB CANDIDATES. ^ Antburisd. ly B. WaitfcS, Tate !U1L

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A RAIL WAY GRIEVANCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

A HAIL WAY GRIEVANCE. To the Editor. Sir—With your permission I would liKa to -bring under the notice of the railway authorities the inconvenience caused tc farmers through the delay in delivering implements which may 'be urgently re quired. About three weeks ago the Aus tralian Implement Company delivered a hay rake addressed to we at the Ade laide station, and it has not come to hand to date. This delay has caused ma pecuniary loss, besides Joss of time, as I have, already made five trips to the local station, and I do not know how many, more 1 shall have to make before I get the rake. A neighbor of mine had al similar experience, his rake being detained1 20 davs at the Adelaide varcl. There I must be a- screw loose somewhere.— -Iam« &C., HEkBY UPTON. Tailem Bend, March 14.

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EXTENSION OF STATE SOCIALISM. POWLETT COAL MINE. OPENING CEHEMONY. MELBOURNE, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

EXTENSION OF STATE SOCIALISM. POWLETT COAL MINE. OPENING CEHEMOJJT. MELBOURNE, March IS. At the opening of the Powlett coal mine to-day Mr. McBride, Victorian Min ister of Mines, said that the mine after December would supply coal at the Tale of 500)000 tone annually, and 20,528 tons had been taken'out to date. Mr. G. M. Preudergast, M.L.A., leader of the Labor Party, said he approved of the Government's" successful experiment in Socialism, and hoped they would ex tend their operations. He trusted that no more land would be sold. (Miners' cheers.) Mr. .Downward, M.L.A-, thought that every miner should be able to get a freehold for his own home. „ (More miners' cheers.) The Hqn. A. R. Outtrim, M.L.A., advo cated assistance being given to the other coalfields, and urged the development of the brown coal and iron deposit. All the visitors were favorably im pressed with the character and extent of the work done, and experts declare that the field is permanent.

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TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. YOUNG WOMAN SHOT. "LOOK AFTER MY GIRL." ASSAILANT ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. SYDNEY, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

' TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. YOUNG WOMAN SHOT. , "LOOK AFTER MY GffiL". ASSAILANT ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. SYDNEY- March 15^ At about 2 o'clock this afternoon in a wine shop and restaurant in Bond street, off George street, a grim tragedy was enacted. A young man partly intoxi cated stood in the doorway and fired lour shots from a revolver at Nellie. Stark, * prepossessing young barmaid, and before a hand could be raised to prevent him turned the weapon on himself. Misk! Stark fell with ballet wounds in the head! and expired almost immediately, but her assailant 'only inflicted a wnall wound in his own leg- | It appears from statements made by various persons that the murderer, who] gave his name as W. H. Lovait, was under barman at en hotel at Darling-] hurst, and had several times recently visited Miss Stark, loudly proclaiming her his wife. The deceased, who hart been in a situation about three months, seemed quitevcheerful until he appeared,! -when she showed signs of trouble. ! Lovatt was arre...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. CENTRAL DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. CENTRAL DISTRICT. Iiabor. Fusion, &e. KLa-uer, E. L- W. . Frinsdorf, E. Styles, A. W. Muecke, H. C. E. Wilson, J- P- .Wilkinson, W. B. MIDLAND. Duncan, J. J Paseoe, T. <Both elected^ , -NORTHERN DISTBICT. Atkinson, J. Addison, A. . Casley, T. EL Howe, J. H. SOUTHERN DISTRICT. r Grosvenor, A. T. Cowan, J. MxMurtrie, J. JTeweli, H. H. Stirling, Sir J. L.

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