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STATE ELECTIONS. CANDIDATES CLASSIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

STATE ELECTIONS. CANDIDATES CLASSIFIED. The following is the complete list tif candidates for the State elections on Apxil 2. The Labor representatives can be given with certainty, but the anti-Labor political aspirants cannot be classified with accuracy. HODSE OP ASSEMBLY'. ADELAIDE. Labor. Fusion, Scxs. Aosiey, A. E. Anderson, J. P!undeli, E. P. Cleland, G. F. Ccnn.y, W. 3. Griffin, D. H. Ponner. W. D. Uwt;!, J. Lesser, J. ALEXANDRA. Grealey, T. Bi.^kci. W. J. iHegjraloo, P. I. McDonald, A., . . liiLcnie, G. BABOSSA. l'utlpr. R. ' H- , C-oombe, E. H* JJvjaii. S. 13. Kobinspa, 3. BURBA BURBA. Niviland. J. Uanriaford, W. ' r.liUoi.W. O'Loiigliliji, I" FLINDERS. O'Loghlia. J. V. Uurfi yiiP. T. . T."ua=iire, Oliver. > arfoy. H. W. i csf-if-y J. G T'- opcnuy, J. K. 'i n.vers .1. V. aircn- E. H. MCBKAY. Jloaks, G. (iro:.h: J. 11. fli)ir;hurjT, H. W. rii.-r.iia. V. J. T. KORTKEKX TKU-fUXOKY. Cruali, T. G. Brown, J. A. James, F. . Giles. A. iiournes, W. J. PORT ADELAIDE. Ghesson, £L Br...

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HARBISON WILL CASE. NO UNDUE INFLUENCE. MELBOURNE, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

HARBISON WILL CASE. NO UNDUE INFLUENCE. MWT.TinmRVR Morfli IS. The Harbison will case was continued to-day. In the course of his remarks his Honor said that there was absolutely nothing to show that undue influence had been brought to bear. The evidence showed that the testator had no regard for his family. Everything Mr. Edgar did as regards the will was on the highest plane of propriety and dignity.

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RONALD- HARPER [?] EVIDENCE OF ALLEIED [?] [?] [?] 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

RONALD - HARPER <;< OvSi/rR\<.'L Ci! -j'r > C.iJ M^u^O' i:.:;>:, ■; .r •!: is. the lion: J Li iiiiijx;: J.v..:c: !'uiion was examined to-day, and staled that Mr. lliil hj.d Ln.lu' cd him 10 gi\e false evidence in the Eonaid-Harper case by promising him money and a good billet through Mr. Bobert Harper. Hill had also induced his brother and Sidley to tell a false Story regarding the Bev. J_ B. Bonald.

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ROGERS' PASS SNOWSLIDE. SIX BODIES RECOVERED. VANGOUVER, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

]BOQEPS' PASS SNOWSLIDE. SIX-BODIES ftECGVERED. > r 'TAWmnVRR. Watt*! is V ■ ■ . . jSix more rfoidies -liave1: been ■ recovered ' ■ flt>m ihe<?logeE^ V*ss, British 'Colombia, tlie Cana ■dian .PaciSe 'B^ttffay line, and bnried t";; : jnariy .woi$me&" the majority of vrbom ' '■' were Japanese.'

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MRS. TAFT'S ILLNESS. VANCOUVER, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

1 U um R --T^ TTTO - TT.T.TTRSK - : i; VANCOUVER. March 35. ^Ahe-StiteaLSttito;-. Ka« - ~j-/-." beea.a:SOTei^«ho^ to &at;l^y,'aj)d she ; L S Jwaa 'lfcNiQise ;tim£;prostTated with'weak .1- -'- nese. She is, boweydc,. nonr recovering.

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GENERAL CABLES. CRICKET. M.C.C. IN AFRICA. FIFTH TEST. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

aiiEEAi 6mm. <MCEET. 9E.C50.rIN AiBIGA. " . - VI WTH -TF.RT iQJIDOJs, March 15. ..l~ -"Ihfeiffi the'Jffiaiy-] %s^i|6eSmnef Gijcke&ElEvEiL mid: South Africa,; has.been • -HBP, by ffiagjanfl by 9 yiAets. Ihe South :■'. -Af~^niT?^ made 5273 *! / ' while Jhe-'frftr?g?is>)n?rfh Sseared their, wis v jriih l->wicket do^ii .£or i4L

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BLIZZARD IN JAPAN. 120 BOATS WRECKED. LOSS OF LIFE UNKNOWN. VANCOUVER, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

Tiumirn i\- JAMN. 120 BQA1S :WBECE3ED. * USE UHEJOWM. ' . ' y&NCOJJVER, March 15. j - A&race has been Teeelvedi^pm Tokin ihalthjB greatest blizzard «xperieiced teinee ;lS80 ,.m, Saado {Q» largest of the l islands of Japan),has been laging since Saturday. ■■ fvir shipping.casualties aie re'orted, -it being estimated thal-tberebave been 320 bats wrecked Theloss ot: life : cannot yei be iMmpnied, ar the fate of; n. tbDUBands'oI flulwpmwi ^B'nwltTwwm. ••• TheJapanese crniser'Takaehiobat. gone; ootmBearcJiof possible survxpors. V

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SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

SPORTING WORLD. COMING EVENTS. jttarcn. 16—Epsom Races (Vic.). 16—Baiakiava and Port Wakefield B.C. J 16—Terowie R.C. 16-17—Narracoorte H.G. 17—Rosehill Races (N.S.W.). 17—Southern Y.P. J.C. 17—Denial Bay J.C. 18—Loxton R.C. 19—Port Adelaide E.C. 19—Hawkesbuiy Eaees,(lf.S.W.>. 19—Moonee Valley Races (Vic.). 22—CoweU R.C. 23—Burra R.C. 26-28-30 and April 2—A.J.C. Autumn Mtg. .26—Aspendale Park Races (Vic.). 26—Broken Hill .T.C. 28—Onkaparinga B..C. 28—Williamstowm Races (Vic.). 28—Laura J.C. 28—Kadina and Wallaroo J.C. 28—Penong J.C. 30—Port PIrie R-C. 131—Renmark E.C.

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

PURCHASE YOUR COOBS PROM THOSE WHO ADVERTISE WITH US. One good turn deserves another. 1/ ~ -r.. '

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TRAINING NOTES. Morphettville. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

J tbaining notes. I Morpbettvllle. A fine morning favored traiuGTs at ilea II quarters on Tuesday, and work was o£ a varied and interesting deseription The first to strip were Tradesman and Koorine, the pair being responsible for five furlongs in Im. Ss. The Pagan spurted three furlongs in 42 sec., and Pandion two in 2T2 sec. Radiant travelled a mile at three-quar ter pace, a similar task being credited to Balmoral. Derringer and Kirn registered evens for five furlongs, and Carrington circled a round in 2 min. 52 sec. Baxter threw behind a mile in X min. 52 sec., the last five furlongs in X min. 9 sec. Modjeska (who carried a good weight) went well over four furlongs in 52 sec., and Coonabar recorded S3), sec. for a like journey. Narrinyeri got over a mile in 1 min. 54 sec., and a short sprint of three furlongs in 39 sec. went down to the two-year-olds Sir Percivale and Playgirl. Workmaster (Carter) and Pathfinder (Butler), after jumping two hurdles and three fences in good style, r...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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WILL NOT LEAVE ON COMPLETION. AUSTRALIA THANKED. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

WILL NOT LEAVE ON COMPLETION. AUSTRALIA THAKKED. LONDON, March 15. The First Lord of the Admiralty has made another statement in the House of Commons to the eSect that the Australa sian Dreadnoughts, though ready by 1912, will not leave England until the other five new battleships have approached completion Mr. McKenna expressed his gratifica tion at the evidence of unity and Impe- J rial sentiment shown by the Au fiflBflmTTlpnt.

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

TURF TOPICS. j Owners and trainers are reminded that [acceptances for the Port Adelaide Racing Club March meeting are due to-day at Gordon's Agency up to 4 p.m., or with the secretary at Port Adelaide up to 5 p.m. The events ^requiring attention are as fol low:—Trial Stakes, St. Patrick's Handi cap, Island Handicap, Cove Handicap and Canal Welter (acceptance 1 sov.), and the River Hurdle Race and Snowden Steeple chase (acceptance half a sov.). Controversy, a fine-looking black colt, by Chatter, out of Converse, from White bait, is in charge of Anwin at Morphett ville. W. Marshall -will ride Spinaway a± Chel tenham Park on Saturday, and will also have the mount on the mare in the Onka paringa Cup. Thistlebrook, who has been spelling, is in work again at Flemington. Bollingstone, who has not done a great ■leal of racing since the Maribymong Trial Stakes last October, has filled out into a grand colt, and is quite a credit to bis sire, St. Alwyne. I Queen o' Scots, Balgowan, and Bursto...

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DIVORCE LAWS. ROYAL COMMISSION ENQUIRY. CHANGES OUTLINED. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

DIVORCE LAWS. EOYAL COMMISSION ESQTJUU. CHANGES OUTLINED. LONDON, March 15. The Ttoyal Commission which has been enquiring into the subject of divorce, has I issued a report, in which the changes favored are outlined. These include the, establishment of courts throughi.-u:. Eng-; land, in order to avoid the necessity of < going to London to obtain a decree. ; Among other grounds upon which di-' vorce betvreen men and women can bi_ i [>btained are lunacy, cruelty, desertion, i criminality, and infidelity. . | The Commission advices the simplifi-1 cation of divorce proceedings by reducing the cost of obtaining a decr&e. j ft. is believed (hai ihtrc- is scant hope! of Uie proposals being enacted.

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INCENSED MEXICANS. THREATENED ATIACK IN TEXAS. STATE TROOPS IN READINESS; VANCOUVER, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

INCENSED MEXICANS. THREATENED A HACK IS TEXAS. STATE TKOOP? in" READIXESS; YaJ>"C0L"VE1J. Mar'ii 15. Thoi'f' is con^nif.ra.hir- being icll ;A present ici Antorii-j. Texae, U.tr.A. H appear?, thai, in a fracas in i?an Fran < on rfsr.-urday, ji:i American killed .•i Al^xifuii. Xb-a caused great,os.eite mQTi\ in Mexico, anc an attack on San Antonio is ieanji'i. The Texas .Si3t»i 'troops hiive been or ficred to be in readiness to remove all American women and children from the city should the Mexicans cany out their threat.

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MR. ROOSEVELT: RECEPTION AI KHARTOUM. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

MR. ROOSEVELT: RECEPTION AI KHARTOUM. LONDON, Hareh 15. Mr. Roosevelt received a great- recep tion at Khartoum, through which city he is passing prior to proceeding to London. Thousands of people assembled along the river front and enthusiastically welcomed him. The British flag and the Stars and Stripes were' flown together.

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A LIBEL. COUNT ZEPPELIN CALLED "A HUMBUG." GERMAN INVENTOR IMPRISONED. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

; A LIBEL. COUNT ZEPPELIN CALLED "A HUMBUG." GERMAN INVENTOR IMIB.ISONED. LONDON, Maxell 15. Recently Here Herman Lange, the Ger man inventor, made the statement in Stuttgart that Count Zeppelin, inventor of the famous dirigible balloon, was "the greatest humbug in the country." Count Zeppelin sued Herr Lange far libels and the latter was sentenced to five months' imprisonment. . -

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

BANKS. English, Scottish, sod Australian (C deben tures), buyer 18/lj. English, Scottish* and Australian (deferred in* scribed), buyer 18/1J. English, Scottish, and Australian (preferred in scribed), buyer 12/6. Bank of Adelaide, buyer £8 9/6. Commercial Bank, buyer £6 4/6. National Bank (preference), buyer £12 11/. Rational Bank (ordinary), buyer £5 15/, seller £5 17/6. INVESTMENTS. Colonial Mutual Fire, buyer 62/6, seller 64/9. Elder, Smith, buyer £5 10/6. Adelaide Steamship, buyer 38/, Eeller 39/. Union New Zealand, buyer - 32/6. Melbourne Trams, buyer 42/6, seller 43/. SilveTion Trams, £5 2/6, closing buyer £S 21, seller £5 4/. Brewing Co. (paid), buyer 24/. Brewing Co. (con.), buyer' 8/5. Lion Brewery, buyer 6ft. Swan Brewery, seller 75/36. . Adelaide Steam Tug, buyer 68/. Howard Smith (preference, paid), buyer 21/4£. Howard Smith (ordinary, paid), buyer 50/, sel ler 51/. Barrier V^harf, seller -36/6. Gulf Steamship, buyer 41/. Castfemaine Brewing, seller 21/. Hannan's Brewery ...

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THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE. Silver-lead shares were quiet, and only a few stocks had any movement, and these were very light, and, in most cases, a slightly firmer tendency prevailed. Cop per stocks were brisk in Chillagoe and O.K., with little alteration in prices; whilst a few others had small notice at improved rates. Tin shares had small business in the usual lines at a shade better in .value. Xorth Kalgurli was the tjnly line in gold to have free movement, and thev gained' 2d. in value. A few other stocks were i lightly noted at about late rates. Invest-! ments had more business than in the last; few days, and late rates were fully main tained.

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

TAN AMI. I The directors of thp Exchange Tanami Syndi cate have decided to reorganise the prospecting party, and have selected Mr. Tbomas Creer as leader. Mr. John Power as second m command. *nd. Sir. C. L- Carter as camel man and assist ant! It has been decided tbat the party shall , travel bv the South Australian route, and will i Jeave Adelaide on Friday morning for Oodna datba, proceeding thence to Alice Springs, ■where the and equipment will be picked up A start will be 'made from Barrow Creek or Mount Boothby. via the Treur Ranges, to I "ponaini.

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

MINING NOTES. (By Underground-} Although some of the Cornish mines were worked before the Christian era, the extent of the underground workings of the conjunction of four of the principal pro perties, now known as the Consolidated Mines, is only about 65 miles, or 15 miles more than Uoonta mines, none of which are yet 50 years old. This is due for the most part to the scientific methods now employed in win ning the minerals from the earth, and particularly the use -of steam hauling plants, rock drilling machines, blasting, material, and methods of coping with the inflow of water. Before pumping machinery was exten sively used to rid the mines of water, various devices were resorted to, apart from the drawing, by the aid of buckets' and ropes. The most effective was by day [ levels,. or adits, which were passages, I driven from the lowest available point at the surface, into the main shaft, and | their lengths were sometimes prodigious. 1 The longest adit recently in use is that: whi...

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