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LATE SPORTING. GOOLWA RACES. GOOLWA, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

LATE SPORTING. GOOLWA RACES. GOOLWA, March 14. The Goolwa races took place on Sattir day. Bine weather prevailed, and the out ing proved a pleasant one. The chief] event, the Maiden Pla'e, was won easily by Mr. Horoeby's Corellea, Mr. Fees'Take All being -second. A couple of heavy falls somewhat marred the event. In the Pony Race, Mr, AteriH's Inky Phoo was first, and Mr. Plummets PaSdy filled the se cond place. The Plying Handicap fur nished the best finish of the day, Mr. Plummer's Sugarcane beating Mr. Horns by's Corellea by a very short margin. Sugarcane was also successful in the re maining events.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NORWOOD CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

jJMOEWOOD ioLTTB. Ja>SC. ywfr ' 4q \<»k»!binci|tie;;:V4thB , .togg?' crowd —■—"• »- - ^rfajr'toioe bufii „t»1 musical items r-Jbois. G- .T. Cliam ,. and-Athol-lier «nd <r. StcGratb cbhjiiring andlial " "j for the ^tot^UeiXlSTSJfi/S, __ i was^ll» lS/Il, snd a^irTr«.»-TpmJviia' the ■' bank totalled pjP4^t<yin 'gyr^^jPijicr Aa <ihe -w-as „ Sympathetically ^fit ®il Holbrpot, : aa Jt'SwiLS the1 intention of the i'-IWiy .merit-mumim-nrhm "Lit: vuutu -m-i feSS membaB -iiiait ifcey irouLd see a good ] - :«33Itanaitiy. ttiurL .of.jatbistes. queers). jKsxmded, sjidhnped the J? ^Bn'diiS aDBetliig" tfaftt.'night iqoiuld be a !iaiim.ijigniy 4ai tjLe «eastffl.' He compli mfiiSed the:captalii <Mr. A-Bahr) on. the ^Bemc^te.liad.'iemiered the club1 -dur; ■ ing-thejiaEt three -years. A vote of thanks on~tW "iitt£i6n :of the chairman, seconded J^iJit 'G^ Wboda, was accorded to Mi. G. Sraa^ jte ias servioeB to the dubs and ■ to-football generall...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOOTBALL. WEST ADELAIDE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

FOOTBALL. WEST ADELAIDE CLUB. Ther'-siniuaJ meeting of the West Ade •hWn Football Club was held at the Trades Hall last night. There was a veiy large attendance, presided over by •the patron (Mr. W. X Denny). The chair man congratulated the (dub upon having the promise of the best year t{iai ever experienced before them. There were two' points that he would like to empha sise.- "Krst, that the district was sup porting the ctab loyally and heartily, and the second, that they had the promise of support both financial and otherwise, florins tMe coming season from the resi dents of the district. The district had always oeen noted for footballers. They had received a* promise of a great num • ber of-new members, playing and non playing, and it was likely the highest - honors would distinguish the dub's - career this year. Most of their old players wets still with them, and they had s nomber of others promising. They would remember the success of tne itmiorBJol -the district, five or sis ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POINTS FOR ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

POINTS FOE ELECTORS. AfriT?011 day f°r the Statej Saturday, ^Federal elections, Wednesdays April The aim of the Labor Party is to ; Australia white and clean, while r usiomsts would make a variegated nation if they had their way. The co lored alien is always a low-wage work er, hence his attraction in Tory eyes; but he is very expensive in the lone run. Fusion rule will inevitably lead to confusion. The Fusion Governments, State and Federal, resemble a ship steered by a number of individuals holding- difterem views on liavig-auon. "Yes" for the transference of uic State debts to the Commonwealth, i Jje people will have, to fool the. bill pded up by Sihig Treasurers, and it is time thai their borrowing power; were curtailed. | The labor Party oppose any fur ther alienation* of Crown lands—tiio heritage of the peopk. The resides? | spending- of capital by an ir.dividurJ loads to his insolvency; the capital of the- nation is the land, and if it be s'^'u':rJdercd -national insolvency mu...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

HOTEL AND BESTAUBANT EMPLOYES. ' To the Editor. Sir—The Liquor Defence League say; they intend to question candidates for the State Parliament regarding their attitude to the drink trade. I am afraid that these questions will say nothing about securing reasonable hours of labor sad wages and sanitary lodging for the hotel employes. On these matters we are eon : siderably behind Victoria. By section 145, Act 1975, p. 84, Victoria has enacted: —(b) Except as hereinafter provided no ; female employed in a restaurant, coffee palace, hotel, eating house, fish shop, or oyster shop, or any premises for which a colonial wine license or billiard table license is in force, or which is occupied as club, shall be employed in any such place for more than 5S hours, and no mala lor more than 58 hours in any one week. Clause 2 gives power to the Chief Inspec tor of Factories to extend this by 10 hours overtime for six weeks during one year, but ne must give that consent in writing. Clause 3 authori...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CARELESS USE OF ACID. BOY'S [?] £431 DAMAGES[?] SYDNEY, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

I CARELEnn I'SK <)]«' _ACI.D. BOX c: 1l-'± j'l l'.\j rjxEl). £431 DAMAtiK.S /a u i]-• DKD. SYDNEY, March 14. For injuries to his eye, caused by the careless use of sulphuric acid by a master at the M-arriekville Public School, the jury, before whom the case was tried, awarded Herbert Oliver Hole, a young pupil, £451 damages.

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

Vote for Labor Candidates * • And a National Policy ! WHICH STAND FOR Franchise. Adult Suffrage for the Legislative Council] with the object of Its ultimate abolition. Industrial. Compulsory Arbitration. . Land Settlement Progressive Land Tax on the lines of New Zealand. The right of the Government to Resume Land for Closer Settlemerftand Public purposes on the valuation accepted by the owner for taxation | purposes, plus 10 per cent. Finance. Cessation of borrowing, except for (t) Conversion of Loans, (2) Completion of Public Works already authorised,*and (3) works which will (show Interest on Capital Borrowed, and provide for a Sinking Fund. Taxation. (1) Abolition of Income Tax on incomes derived from land or produce of land; (2) Raising Exemption on incomes derived from personal exer ftion to £300 per annum; (3) Reductior cf Railway Freights; (4) Increased Road Grant to Districts not served by Railways; (5) Deficiency to be made «i<t j&y an all-round tax on Un...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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A.N.A. CONFERENCE. OPENED AT ECHUCA. MELBOURNE, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

A.K.A. CONFERENCE. OPENED AT ECHtTCA MELBOURNE. March 35. The A.N.A. conference opened at Echuca to-day. In his presidential address Mr. Peverill referred to the satisfactory increase of members, although ihere was a drift of 2160 members through arrears. ' He thought there was a great future for irrigation if Mr. Elvrood Mead's lead were followed- It was the association's duty to see that effect was given to the leading features of the Defence Act and Lord Kitchener's suggestions. In the directors' report a statement re garding the nucleus of the Australian Navy, which has been provided, was re ; terred to, and it was decided to add the following words, "unfortunately with borrowed rooney." This njotion was carried by 101 votes to 88. The conference agreed lo the motion put by Mr. Blakey Hamilton urging that the Federal Government provide sufficient rllies and proper equipment for rifle clubs. This was adopted, with a clause recommending the establishment of a& Australian N...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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GETTING COPY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

GETTING' COPY:" (By Impy Q.) I Although some people may not believe it, the reporter is much the same sort of I being as the average man. He wears the ! same clothes, has much the same tastes, I and is frequently a kind husband and father, although his sorrowing family are necessarily bereft of a great deal of his socicty. But the reporter carries within his phy islcal envelope a dual personality. Sis .duty to his employers compels him to i dash ' he tear-dTop from his eye witnessing a sad fatality, in order that he may have a clear view of the horrible de tails; at the same time his feelings as a man are harrowed, none the less. The or dinary individual can enjoy his grief to his heart's content, but the scribe is not the captain of his own feelings—they must be subservient to his employer's in terests—and he must regard everything as possible copy before anything else. It is not always easy to get good copy to satisfy the avidity of thousands of breakfasters at 8 a.m. Often the co...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LABOR'S POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

LABOR'S POLICY. Enemies of the Labor Party, pub licly, privately, and through the columns of the daily press, declare, or insinuate, that its policy is a mixture of confiscation,' robbery, red revolu tion, and communism. To .allow the general public to estimate the truth or otherwise of these wild assertions, we once more publish the Labor Party platform in full:— FIGHTING PLATFORM. FRANCHISE. Adult Suffrage for the Legislative Council, with the object oi its. ulti mate abolition. INDUSTRIAL. Compulsory Arbitration. LAND SETTLEMENT. Progressive Land Tax on the lines of New Zealand. The right of the Government to Re sume Land for Closer Settlement and Public Purposes on the valua tion accepted by the owner for taxa tion purpoiep, plus 10 per cent " FINANCE. Cessation of Borrow ing;, excep: fori . (i) Conversion of Loans, {2) Com-! pletion of Public Works already au thorised, and (3) Works which will; shew interest on ■ capital borrowed and provide for a Sinking' Futd. i TAXATION. I (...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LIGHTHOUSE INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

LIGHTHOUSE INSPECTION. Yesterday the' steamer Governor Mus grave left Port Adelaide with the Pre sident of Uie Maiine Board and War dens Coe and Berry, who will conduct the annual inspection of lighthouses and ir; Spencer's Gulf. The trip will occupy about a week.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A STIMULUS TO LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

A STIMULUS TO LABOR. Addressing a public meeting in the Hindmarsh Town Hall last night, Mr. A- W. Styles, a Labor candidate for a seat in the Legislative Council, after having- referred to the fact that the greatest enemies of the workers were behind the Fusion, went on to say:— "Thank God, we, too, have an in fluence behind us, and it is 'The Daily Herald.' (Loud cheers.) I hope that from the efforts being put forth by it .we will be able to put up the fight of our lives. (Cheers.) To-night, for the first time in the history of the Labor movement in Hindmarsh, we have, reporters from 'The Daily Herald' staff with (is—(cheers)—and we have the hope that, encouraged by the great influence behind us, the people will be prepared at this election to put enthusiastic energy into the struggle for home, freedom, and hu manity. (Cheers.) The stake is great, but not so great tha? we 'cannot secure it if we will only put our shoulders to the wheeL As the jpoet has expressed it, 'True freedom i...

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TRAMWAYS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

TRAMWAYS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT4. Among the subjects dealt with critic ally by Mr. E. L-, Klauer, a Labor candidate for the-Legislative Council,' at a meeting in thie Hindmarsh Town Hall last night, was the question of the tramways and the electric light supply. He prefaced his criticism by mentioning that a Bill was carried in the House of Assembly giving power to the various corporations and coun cils in the metropolitan area to pui^ chase and electrify the tramways. About £i,000,000 was to 'be spent in this direction, the Government were to lend the money, and the Trust, repre senting: the councils, were to pay in terest on the money borrowed. Should the trams not be the success antici pated, any financial shortage was to be made up by a special rate to be declared in the interested areas. Much money was to be spent in the erection and equipment of a power house to produce electricity. When the Bill left the Assembly there was a danse giv ing the' councils power to use the elec-. tri...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMONWEALTH CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

COMMONWEALTH CLUB. A meeting- for the purpose of inau gurating the Commonwealth Club' was held at the Mayor's Parlor yesterday. Mr. W. B. Wilkinson presided. The club was formed with a membership of no, and the constitution was adopted. The election of "officers re sulted as follows:—President, Sir John Gordon; Vice-President, Mr. W. B. Wilkinson; Secretary, Mr. S. H. Skip per; Treasurer, Mr. F. E. Meleng; Committee, Messrs. W. Pope, E. H. Limbert, A. W. Piper, W. Sandford, and V. H. Ryan.

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WAGES BOARD AWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

WAGES BOARD AWARD. Complaints have lately been made to the effect that the Wages Board award for painters and decorators has been flouted in various directions. Yes terday afternoon two members of the board, one representing the employes and one the employers, waited upon the Chief Secretary in regard to the administration of the Act. It was pointed but that the provisions of the statute required that the employes should register themselves, but that they were not doing so. The Chief Secretary promised to have enquiries into the" matter made without delay.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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FOR THE RIGHTS OF LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

FOR THE RIGHTS OF LABOR. While addressing the Supreme Court yesterday afternoon in the case of the South Australian La borers' Union and "Henry No lan, Mr. Denny (appearing for the union) had occasion to refer to the rules of the union. His Honor the Chief Justice read the rule giving the objects of the union, one of which was to obtain the just rights of Labor. "That," said his Honor, "might mean by establishing a paper to advocate its claims or it might mean by resorting to strikes." The Chief Justice evi dently was referring to "The Daily Herald," which he recognised as a powerful instrument in the hands of the Labor Part}'. Mr. Denny evidently appreciated the free advertisement from the Bench.

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PRELIMINARY CANTER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

PRELIMINARY CANTER. Last evening-, prior to .the meeting of (lie Norwood Football Club in the Norwood Town Hall, an election for the committee was held in the rooms upstairs, and the interest and energy infnsed into the proceedings were re markable. At the polling booth a crowd of young men and old men hustled to obtain ballot papers, and eagerly scanned the names thereon. "Oh, why didn't they let us have the ballot papers before, so that we could consi der the names, and know for whom to vote?" asked one young enthusiast, who was evidently anxious to select the best men to control the destinies of the club during the season. Here clerks, laborers, business men, even political candidates, and mere boys filled the large ball which was utilised for a polling- booth. Many of those who displayed so much interest were qualified to vote at the Parliamentary, elections, and it is to be hoped they will evince the same interest on April 2, when they will be called upon to perform the more se...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ST. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

ST. PATRICK'S DAY. This evening- the annual festival of St. Patrick's Eve will be celebrated at the Exchange Dining- Rooms, Pine street, when patriotic speeches will be delivered by leading: public men, and a programme of music will be carried out. The demonstration in connection with St. Patrick's Day will take place to-morrow. The procession will start from St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral in the morning-, and will proceed to the Jubilee Oval, where a programme of sports will be carried out. In the: evening- a national concert will be given in the town hall. The Government are steadily adding' to their coal stocks. The steamer Der went Hall, with 5775 tons from Calcutta* is the latest arrival at the Semaphore;, anchorage. * In an article in "The Daily Herald'* on . Tuesday morning concerning the new goods and running yards, it was ■ inadvertently stated that the Railways Department would erect houses for its employes at Mile-End, to be let at a . reasonable rental. The department Ka...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

HOSKING & RYAN can sell some good Cottages on easy terras. From £25 to £50 down, and weekly payments azaoaat ing to little more than rent. Tws is the chaace tor a careful man to set a good home of his own. GOODWOOD, close trains and car—A. neat Cot tage, of 4 Booms, in fair order; £300. KESWICK—A sound, neat Cottage of 4 Rooms; good block. Price, £420. NORWOOD—3 Booms well eataaied, sound; good block; £275. NORWOOD—4 Rooms, well e? treated, sound; yuod block ; £275. ' NORWOOD—6 Rooms; old boose, bat in lftir order; £300. NORTH ADELAIDE—4 Rooms; car frontage; £400. wAT.it yyv i i.t.k—4 Rooms, nicely sttqsted ; £350. WEST THEBAB.TON-—3 Rooms and back veran dah ; good boose; £2SL Others at prices. Farther partfccnlftTS on application to HOSKING & RYAN, AUCTIONEERS, UCESSED LAND HWIH KKS. ESTATE, ENSOEAUCE, AND GEiJEEAi COM MISSION AGENTS.

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

WALKERVILLE ALES. PUREST AND BEST. i*frZ32

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