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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
MELBOURNE PB.ODUCE 30ABKEI.. .r METiBQlikNEj starch 15.» - w tieat, ; oats, milling 2/2, feed 2/1, stout white 2/4,' Tartarian * 2/6"; barley, malting 4/3, Cape 2/7, feed2/4; flour, £10; ferani HJcL; pollard, 1/; maize,' 3/; peas, 4/5; beans, 3/; potatoes, 80/; onions, 70/; ; ehafi, S2/6; nay, 80/; straw, ' Tas mania™ 60/, Victorian 35/.
Election Campaign LABOR CANDIDATES AT STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
Election Campaign LABOR CANDIDATES AX STANLEY. "Redhill," writing from that town on March 13, says:—After a week's travel ling amongst the farmers and producers it is pleasing to record thai the Labor candidates for the district of Stanley have j had almost a triumphal tour. One would hardly know this district now if he had not been here since the famous 1905 elec tion. Then the audiences were cold and unresponsive; now they are cheerful, ex pectant, and lively. \Ve find supporters who are prepared openly to advocate the cause of Labor all through the district. Last night's meeting at this place was little short of marvellous. At 8 o'clock the hall was not lit up, and there were only five or six persons standing around. Later the place, which is a fairly large one, was nearly filled. Mr. Goode's re marks anent the A.N.L. and F. and P.O. being for all practical purposes one andi the same organisation, evoked warm cheering. He was in great form, and effectively squelched the few inter...
DEATH AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
DEATH AT PORT ADELAIDE. At about 9 o'clock oil Monday even ing, William Leveck, a laborer, aged 57, living in Clare street, - Port Ade laide, was attacked by a fit of cough ing' while in conversation with his daughter. He had some difficulty in recovering his breath. His daughter became alarmed, and sent for Dr. Ma garey, but Leveck died in a few minutes. ' Mrs. Leveck reported the matter to the Port Adelaide police on Tuesday, and stated that her husband had been ailing some time, and had been' an outpatient at the Adelaide Hos pital. Dr. Magarey stated thaiK death was due to hemorrhage. The City Coroner decided not to hold an in quest.
A STRANGE CASE. MOTHER AND SON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
A STIiASGK CASE. MOTHER A3iT> BON. At 'he State Children's Court on Toes-! day. afternoon, Louis George Heysen, aged 11 years, appeared before Mr. J. Gordon,' S.1L, .011 a charge laid under ibe State Children's Act, with being under the j guardianship of Ins mother, Delia Hey-; sen, who wasdeemed to be unfit to un-; dertake 'that duty. j Mr. J. £L Anderson appeared for *he! boy, and Mr. H- R. Gelston for the■ mother. j The lad stated that in June, 3909, his] mother left bim at. St. Vincent de. Paul's Orphanage. Some time- afterwards - she took him away to the house of Mr. Trebii-: cock, of"Montacute, where she was em-' ployed. Trebilcoek used to bring home ■ wine, and complained that Mrs. Heysen drank it. She was intoxicated there twice. She told the witness that she would have to leave Mr. Irebileoek's, as he had com plained about the wine. She left there in Saniiary, and took the boy and uis younger sister with her. She then went to the Scenic Hotel, Norton Sumnu:, where she' s...
SENATE LIBOR CANDIDATES. PORT PIRIE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
SENATE LIBOR CANDIDATES. POET PIRIfc, Mare& 14. A large and enthusiastic, audience greeted Senators Gathrie, JWcGregor, and Story on Saturday night in the institute ball. Mr. J. G. White piv-sided. The candidates received' ovafciots on t-ount ing the, platform. The Chairman said during the past week the -Opposition candidates had given them plenty of dry hash. On this occa sion they would get a vigorous, clear-cut, well-defined policy. . (Cheers.) Senator Story said six years ago he had stood on the same platform new to poli tical life. He was returned with his. col leagues, and he believed he was now a much .more valuable representative on ac count of the experience he .bad gained. Mr. Deakin's Balls.rat speech consisted of high sounding and elegant phrases, but very little policy. Tie Fusion Parly was a party of fragments who were unable to agree on large national issues. The In ter-State'Commission would trespass upon the legislative powers of the Common wealth Parliament...
FEDERAL CANDIDATES AT CALTOWIE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
FEDERAL CANDIDATES AT CAI/TOWIE. Owing to the candidates having to split up bo as to meet the dates as ar ranged, two of them found they had a night off, so passing through Caltowieto Jamestown they decided to:call back on the following evening and deliver addres ses. This was a pleasant 'surprise to those interested in the Labor movement at -Caltowie. Messrs. McGregor and Story had the pleasure of addressing a very good audience, and the abl$ way in -winch the candidates pointed out the many sound planks ill their- policy -was much' appreciated. Mr. fieistine took the chair.
GRAND JUNCTION LOCAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
GBAND JUNCTION LOCAL COMMITTEE. "STmeeting was held at the assembly room on March 11. The President (Mr. A. Dicier) was in the chair. Correspondence from the United Labor Party, Mr. Biuxi dell, and the H indmarsh local committee, and Mr. .-'Ills, was received and dealt with. Members expressed their pleasure at. the success oi the meetings held at Dry Creek and Islington. Th; secretary was instructed to write 1o the manage ment of "Jhe Daily Herald" offering con gratulations on the publication ot the paper. Mr. Carroll (delegate to the Uni ted Labor Council) reported on the busi ness transacted. It was decided to hold another concert as early as possible after the elections. The secretary was instruc ted to procure supplementary rolls, also to arrange for scrutineers on election day. Mr. J. J. Callaghan having recovered from his accident, Mr. Caville, who was acting secretary pTo tem., was instructed to hanu books, &c:, over at the next meeting night. Mr. Caville was accorded...
PROSPECT WOMEN AND MEN'S LOCAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
FHOSPECT WOMEN A7STD MEN'S LOCAL COMMITTEE. A combined meeting in conjunction with tbe NailsworMi committee was held en Monday night in the Prospect Hali. The members turned up in such numbers that the room was not large enough to hold them. Some were sitting in the doorway. The work of forming sub-committees to' canvass the various wards was entered into with great earnestness. The various wards were well supplied with willing and enthusiastic workers, and the opinion was expressed that they should have a greater number brought to the poll than ever in the history of Prospect. The women of the district were able, at the request of the Nailsworth men's committee, to offer their help in canvassing among their wo men. The sub-committees arranged to meet in their various wards.
THE RAILWAY SERVICE. BOY LABOR. UNDERMANNIG AND EXCESSIVE HOURS. No. 1. ("Daily Herald" Special.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
the railway Service. BOY LABOR. .TOJDEBMAKNnfG AJfD EXCESSIVE HOOKS. No. I. ("Daily Herald" Special.) **The article in reference to our rail-) "Ways published in "The Daily Herald" j last week," said an old. .engineman yes-3 "came at a very opportune time, j Although it is four or five years since X \ left the service I still keep in touch with*, nay old workmates, vand I can say with--) r. out • ^exaggeration thai- almost every de- i partment is seething with discontent.1' ) . Proceeding, . the ez-raiZway man .said! • that he had lately befen. /maTH^g enquiries \ in regard to.-the general conditions -ofl labor, found . hotwi^staadiDg 1 a large increase in the traffic during the! last few years, more especially in the j : Adelaide yard, thefeluui .been very little] Katur iroiito bedone ^ all fell, on . r. ^he anLMf^tod jfflc .ww}^. % ■ C- »^6 'teafec andlooo. depart , [• ^9® fixcessiVe%burs fof wdifc are ; iathfi ^^^^QU^^^jthopv ^vbrealg * ^e* ''quite' '•cbin .otrlfi'i-Jioiiis*, &am...
THE FUSION SCHEME—VOTE "NO." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
HE FUSION SCHEME—VOTE "NO." Electors will be asked to affirm or negative the financial scheme secrelly, formulated by the State Premiers and humbly accepted by the Federal Tor-: sion Government- The scheme pro vides that the States shall receive 25/ per capita from Qie Commonwealth for all rime. The present Customs re venue is £2 toj per head of popular; tion, and must decrease. If the finan-«' cial agreement is authorised by the people, there is- every probability of an iniquitous Revenue Tariff being framed, which must press heavily upon wage earners and consumers gene rally. In any ease, such an addition, to the Constitution would cripple the Commonwealth, and lead to the post ponement of urgently needed national works. The Labor Party do not object to the scheme' as a temporary erpe dient, but aslr the people to keep it, out of the Constitution. To do this. take1 the Blue ballot paper and vote "No."
STRANDED VESSELS. THE ULYSSES INTACT. THE PUNT WATERLOGGED. SUFFERING SEAMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
STBANDED VESSELS. THE ULYSSES INTACT. THE PUNT WATERLOGGED. SUFFERING SEAMEN. The hull of the stranded dredge TJ1 which with a crew of -eight &lt;ra board jentiy- broke her tow rope and drifted ishore -near the Evans Eiver, has been found intact- .The hopper punt which srent ashore at' the same time near Faniba is on the -sand and rocks, andb there are 5 ft. of water ia the after j roitments Messrs. Packer andMoodj;? 3ie coxswaihs of the pon^' -are still siif-t Earing tram, the -efiect of i piTBpnftyBt-'
THE MOUNT LYELL TROUBLE. A SECRETARY'S WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
THE MOUNT LYELL TKOCBLE. A SECRETARY'S WAENQfO. With regard to thu recent lock-out at the "3I«ux>i hyel1 Superphosphate Vurka, an impression has. gone abroad that all trouble i£ at an end. It appears, how ever, that such is not the case, ^md the secretary of the Lniied Laborers' Union, wbeo peen on Tuesday, supplied the fol lowing statement:— Mucn misunder standing has resulted from the rumors that have been circulated lately as to the termination of the trouble. 1 was in formed this morning that nine men from the Moonta district, understanding thai the .matter had been settled, came down and engaged themselves v.ith the Mount I»yeH Company. For the sake of these men I wish to state that when they began work at the company's works they were unaware that things were not definitely settled. Most of the former workers of the company bad gone away, but a. few remained and 'scabbed.' And -when the Moonta -men unknowingly worked with the latter it was declared, especially in their own ...
TRADE UNION CASE. NOLAN VERSUS LABORERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
TRADE UNION CASE. NOLAN VEESOS LABOEESS' UNION. At the Banco Court on Tuesday morning the appeal in the case of Henry Nolan and the South Australian United Labor ers" Union, Patrick J. Stokes, ThotfW."? Ongley, ti.egor McGregor, John Ryan. John Fleet, Benjamin Bell, and James Viant, was heard. The Bench was &lt;c. cupied by their Honors the Chief Justice. Mr. Justice Gordon, and Mr. Justice Horn burg. This was an application for an order that so much of the order of his Honor Mr. Justice Homburg, rnartu on Nevem ber 3H, 1909, as directed that judgment be entered for the defendants, with costs fixed by consent at £20, and that there should be no order for an injunction, be reversed; that judgment be entered for the plaintiff, and also that an injunction be awarded, and that the costs of the j appeal and in the lower court he paid by the defendants. Mr. £. E. Cleland ap peared for the appellant (the plaintifi in the lower court), and Mr. W. J. Denny tor the respondent. Mr. &am...
FLOODS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. RICHMOND RIVER RISING. DESTRUCTION OF CORN CHOPS FEARED. RAILWAY TRAFFIC INTERFERED WITH. SYDNEY, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
BLOODS IX NEW-SOUTH WALES. RICHMOND RIVER EISDfG. DESTRUCTION OF CORN CHOPS ' FEARED. RAILWAY TRAFFIC INTERFERED WITH. SYDNEY, March 15. Heavy ram has falien in many parts of the State. At Coraki, the Richmond Biver waters are still rising, and all the ferry punts have stopped running. Pas-5 senger boats are working under difficul ties, and all *he low lands are under water. There is no loss of stock repor ted, but it is feared that the corn crops wi31 be destroyed. Floods have occurred at Warialda in the north-west, and the railway traffic has been interfered with- The running of trains between Inverell and Moree has been suspended- All the water courses are in fiood and impassable. It is still raining heavily, and fears are entertained that another fiood will occur as disastrous as that which happened in January. The Mclniyre River at Bogga billa has risen 6 ft. 4 in. since yesterday.
INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. BUILDING TRADE STRIKE. IMPORTATION OF BRICKLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. BUILDEv6 TBADE STKTKK. IMPORTATION OF BRICKLAYERS. Hatters in connection with the strike in the building trade are practically un changed, but a new development vail shortly take place. Several bricklayers are expected to arrive from other States shortly, and the builders consider that their arrival will have some eSect on the present dispute. The strike officials aire confident of success, as are also the builders, and the former state that they will get the extra shilling per day which they have demanded as the builders j must have labor to carry on with. The men. are rapidly dispersing into the coun try where they are being employed at thte wages demanded, and yesterday two; bricklayers were secured for Kapunda at the rate of 14/ per day. It is considered by the strike committee that the Em ployers' Federation is behind the! Builders' Association in their resistance; of the men's claims. There has been no; correspondence between the strike com mittee and the ...
CRICKET. AUSTRALIA V. NEW ZEALAND. AUSTRALIA WINS BY NINE WICKETS. WELLINGTON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910
CRICKET. AUSTBALIA V. NEW ZEALAND. tUSTEAXXA WINS BY NINE WICKETS. WELUNGTON, March IS. The weather was fine, and the wicket! soft when the postponed match, Austra-j lia v. New Zealand, was resumed to-day. i In the second innings New Zealand scored 258, Midlane being responsible fori 47. In the bowling Whitty took 2 for 73, Emery 1 for 32, Hopkins 4 for 34, and | Warne 1 for 24. Australia, in the second innings, made 108 for 1 wicket, Bardsley scoring 6, Mayne 75 and Simpson 27, both not out. Austra- i lift thus won by 9 wickets.