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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BOYS' TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BOYS' TOUR. The Western Australian boys who recently toured this and the other eas tern States have evidently not forgot ten the kindness and attention extended to them during- their tour. The Act ing" Premier has received the follow ing letter, addressed to the Premier, from the joint managers of the Wes tern Australian boys who recently toured Australia, under the auspices of the Young Australia League:—"We beg to express our great pleasure at the magnificent way in which you were pleased to treat the party of boys from this league on their recent visit to your State. The opportunities gra -tuUously provided to enable the party to see your State will always be warmly appreciated by the officers of the league, the boys of the party, and the citizens of this State."
ANOTHER TOM PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
ANOTHER TOM PRIOE. The delegates attending the confe rence of the Federated Botchers' Union, to be held at the Trades Hall on Thursday week, will have a constant reminder of a great Labor man whose voice is no longer heard on behalf of the workers. One of the New South Wales delegates is Mr. Tom Price. May he do as much for his feflouunea -as did.
FEDERAL LABOR MANIFESTO. "FOR THE ELECTORS OF THE COMMONWEALTH." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
FEDERAL LABOR MANIFESTO. f'FOE THE ELECTOBS OP THE COMMONWEALTH."' Fellow Electors—The third Parliament Of. bUc i>OULlLUJuWc«UiiU lia.3 uccn uj^Oivul;. and you axe invited to elect a 'new oni on April 13. The issues Co be decided at the forth coming general election—m many .re spects the most important, with wmcu the citizens of the Commonwealth have yet had to deal—relate to finance- in several of its most important aspects, deience, the tarin, induauiai legislation, ianu monopoly, and monopolies in general, lm ihigration, and the development 01 Au^ tra-iia, ilta mmlng up ol oust, and west, north and south oy transcontinental rail ways, and to the imposition ol further constitutional limitations upon the v*ili o£ the people; imd, transcending any or all ot tnese, because in its settlement the cuaracter or the legislation dealing with all these great questions will oe >.eter mined, you will be called upon lo deuiu^ to wiiorn shall be entrusted tlie reins of power for t&...
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. . Eyre's Peninsula in itself is an excel lent example of landlordism and wasted resources (says the "West Coast! Recorder"), and if the five, ten, andj twenty thoasand acre holdings were] reasonably divided up, this country and the State would get more out of it.; There is need for a reformation in land] administration right through, and the sooner this is done the better.
TRADES' SOCIETIES. FEDERATED ENGINE DRIVERS AND FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
- TRADES' SOCIETIES. FEDERATED ENGINE DRIVERS AND , ; MEN'S ASSOCIATION. " On Tuesday the fortnightly meeting of Federated Engine Drivers and KiremenV Asso ciation of South Australia was held at Trades Hall, the attendance being good. A visiting member from Port Adelaide branch "was «c corded hearty welcome. The Steam Boilers Inspection Bill was discussed, and hope was pressed that its passage would be secured dur ing coming: session of Parliament. Orgas *?. tion for the purpose of increasing membership was mooted, and proposal being favorably re ceived, an organiser was appointed to that eel. A PRESENTATION. A pleasing ceremony took place at' the itluig ton workshop^ on Tuesday. Imring Jthe lunct- ii hour a handsome travelling ba-s was pres 'oi'-d to Mr. Percy White by Ills fellow workmen and unionists rrom the Smiths' department. Mr. White has been transferred by the department to Petersburg, and his t many good qualities prompted the kindly token which was extended to »"« The pre...
PRICE OF LEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
PRICE OF LEATHER. The "Barrier' Daily Truth" stated on Saturday that the Broken Hill re presentative of a large Adelaide boot making firm had received a telegram that the price of leather had jumped up considerably, and that he had bfeen advised to purchase leather goods at once. The price of leather has been for some time steadily increasing. Parents do not need to be reminded that they have bad to pay more for boots lately, but the consumers have constantly been told that the increased cost of labor in boot manufactories and tanneries has been responsible for die rise, and thai sbotzld Mr. Justice Higr gins' award come into operation it will take still more cash to provide footwear. Little has been said about the effect of the raw material market on the price of ieather, but in that really lies the reason of the advance. In America the Chicago Meat Packers and the Tanners* Association of the United States are in open conflict. Those two powerful combines are fighrinff for suDremar...
A WARNING TO SAILORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
A WARNING TO SAILORS. Sailors signing on for a voyage to Lorenzo Marques, Portuguese South Africa, are warned to make themselves acquainted with the laws of the land before shipping, as of late some fric tion has been caused at the port through Australians unwittingly break ing the law. It appears from a com. mnnication received by the Minister for Customs (Sir Robert Best) from the authorities at Lorenzo Marques that no one is allowed to land there un less "he has in his possession the sum of .£20, which amount is considered' necessary to show that he will not be come a charge on the State." Re cently a number of sailors, who shipped in Australia in Norwegian ships for the trip to the port, were refused a landing, and were compelled to leave the place as best they could, on ac count of not having the required amount. As a result, they were forced to accept position? at wages much less than they would have taken had they been allowed 10 stav and pick their ship. The Minister for Cus...
PREFERRED POLITICS TO SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
PREFERRED POLITICS TO SPORT. Mr. Josiah Thomas, has had a very successful tour throughout Tasmania, where he addressed a series of meetings on behalf of the Labor candidates. The following incident, he says, in a private letter, pleased him more than anything else in connection with the campaign :-~"A friend of mine arrived bv train , in Lauoceston on a terent Tuesday. Suddenly, re membering that it vas the day on which th,e Australian Cup had beer, run, he asked a lad as he was leaving ths station, :Do you know what horse has won the Australian Cup?' 'No,' replied the boy, 'but Mr. Thomas is speaking to-night in the Albert Ha!l on Labor politics.' " If the rising generation would pay as much atten tion to politics as to sport there would be a happier time for, the workers.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
Special Advertisements. The Daly Herald. ADDRESS: 117 GEENTELL ST. ADELAIDE. SUBSCRIPTION! Delivered. One year ,*v« ».•* 3 o Six. months o ii 6 Three months as o 5 9 Posted. .One year .. .... M i-.jSi 9 o Six-months hi ra o 14 d Three months mo 7. 3 I - AH literary matter, correspondence,! reports, and general news matter must; be addressed. "The Editor." Accounts and all business commu nications must be addressed "The] Manager." TO \ ASSURE ATTENTION, BUSI-i NESS and LITERARY MATTER] MUST be forwarded in separate en velopes. j TO BOYS MD flIBLS, The managemoit of "The Daily Herald"* I invite the aid .of young Laboroupporters. - A charming work of ~ ait will be pre sented to EACH BOY AND CIftL who secures a half-year subscription to "The Daily Herald." ■ At the -end of- three moiiths-r-from Jfarch/J—the boy . and girl who iiave se cured the largest number of subscribers *ili each.receive & • ^ - ■ . HANDSOME WATCH as a reward for their industry. . One picture will be given t...
The Daily Herald. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1910. WORKERS, FARMERS, AND THE FUSION POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
mst lifflj Imtlir. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MABCH 16, JSUL WORKERS, FARMERS; AND TpE ; FUSION POLICY. When the^Serni-Premier Mr. Butler ddivered at Mount Gambler recently the "all our own" policy of the Fusion, alias National League, Party lie pre faced his labored statement by a de claration of the leading- features of the 'policy, about to be disclosed. These were;—i. The development of our great producing industries. 2. The; sending out of our lads and lassies as fully equipped as possible for the! battle of life. 3. ?he improvement of the condition of our workers by every legitimate means, not forgetting the' aged, ahd infirm who have fought! their battles and who in their declining years find themselves wanting those comforts that are so necessary when the sands of time are running out. These are the Semi-Premier's own words. They indicate a policy which, if in accord with the sentiments ex pressed, should be almost ideal in its breadth, and should in detail reach and benefit almos...
CONTROL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
CONTROL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. The growth of a community from the individual home to 1 the growing group which eventually bpcomes a vil lage; a town, or a city, is an object of the utmost interest to the social econo mist. Each added feature of communal need must necessarily be met by some device, which may be either a makeshift or a method, but in the re sult points the great lesson of the Old Book that "no man lives to him self." The whole complex machinery of government finds its origin in this, and it is the greatest testimony to the versatility and wisdom of humanity in its highest relations that, in the mass, it is prepared to subordinate individual Iilpes and dislikes to die general good. It will be seen that' the scope of Go vernment must always be as wide as the needs of humanity, anH that as these grow so must its sphere extend; communal life in any of its forms leads naturally . to specialising the methods which are adopted for meet ing its needs, and as time goes on the neces...
THE FEDERAL NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
THE FEDERAL NOMINATIONS. Before soon to-day the Dominations for the vacant seats in the Federal Parliament must be lodg-ed. For the Senate they will be received by the Commonwealth Electoral Office for South Australia, and for the House of Representatives by the divisional re turning officers. ' Accompanying- the -nomination paper must be a deposit of ,£25 in notes, cheque, or cash, but the proviso 15 made that a marked cheque will not be accepted.
WHAT MR. SCHAFER SAID. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
WHAT MR. SCHAFER SAID. The "Barrier Daily Truth," after having searched its files and referred to all Mr. Schafer's addresses during the lockout, can find no statement to justify Messrs. Lord and Sheridan's ac cusations made at the licensed victual lers' meeting in Adelaide. A clipping from an address. Can the Industrial Dispute be Settled? delivered by Mr. Schafer, and appearing: in the issue of April 13, igog, is probably that over which Messrs. Lord and Sheridan have become confused (says the editor). The paragraph is as follows:—"Mr. Scha fer said, his scheme was for the men to try and increase the purchasing power of their wages. No one would deny that the cost of living was very high in Broken HilL He was not ad vocating that they should accept 8/ a day, and those who said he did grossly misrepresented him, for he merely mentioned 8/ as a suggestion. Eight shilling's a day meant 3/9 less per week t&an the man who was earning 8/7} received, so that the purchasing power ...
THE MURRAY MOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
THE MURRAY MOUTH. Our Goolwa correspondent writes:— "The Murray _ mouth well deserves a visit. The pity is that ships cannot enter through it and come up to the Goolwa wharf, to be laden with pro duce; from up-river places. There would _ be no great engineering diffi culty in constructing a canal to the sea from Goolwa, so as to allow ships to come right up to the wharf for load ing. Some years ago a Bill was passed through the State Parliament sanctioning this undertaking, but the money was not forthcoming. Such a scheme is well worth serious consi deration, and is more practicable than the cuttmg of a canal to Victor Har bor."