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EMPIRE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

EMPIRE THEATRE. The Empire Theatre is crowded nightly. | On Saturday evening the proprie tors (Messrs. Lennon, Hyma-i, and Len ' non) entered upon their forty-ninth week. The programme was again bright last night and entertaining, and held the audience throughout. The new first part , The Palace, was submitted, and the fol lowing artists were "seen to advantage:— 1 The Hose sisters, Mr. W. Devereux, Miss Lily Vockler, Miss Brightie Smith, Mr. W. Gilbert, Mr. Em Delevale, Miss Stella Keid, and Mr. Harry Sadler. Mr. T. Stanley, a whimsical comedian, elicited considerable appreciation- Delevale and Gilbert contributed a burlesque conjuring act, which brought down the house, and Mr. Boy Bene was applauded for his cle ver eccentric dancing. Miss Brightie Smith is an old favorite, and judging by the reception accorded her turn, her popu larity is not on the wane. Her singing of Miss Directoire, in which she was cos tumed appropriately, was much admired. [ The Crottons make their last appe...

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ENTERTAINMENTS. THE FASTING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

ENTERTAINMENTS. . THE FASTING MAN. ' Sacco-Homan, who will shortly begin a long fast in Adelaide, will be in all 1032 hours without food. His only drink dur ing the 43 days will be soda water. A sealed glass' house will be his home, and day and night he will be visible to tasi tors. His management offer £500 to any one who can prove that his fast is not genuine, and committees are invited to watch him so that he is novel left alone, for a single moment. Sacco will be al lowed -to smoke cigarettes, and says he believes he will get through the long fast without any very serious discomfort to himself. He loses weight at an average of a pound and a half a day. Just at 'present he is particularly robust. Inside his glass house Sacco amuses himself , with a gramaphone, and passes some of | the day with a typewriter, composing a i history of his experiences, which, since he has been in almost every country in the world, ought to be interesting. His premises for his Adelaide fast will be at...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

AKSWERS TO GOEEESPONDENTS. "Labor Member," Keith.—Ask the post master to have the document fully dis played, or write to the Commonwealth Returning Officer (Mr. O. Schombuxgk) for a copy. "W. P.," Bagot's Gap.—We could not print a letter advising people to take shares in any mining venture, except as an advertisement. xour letter will be retained. A cat belonging to a caretaker of bust1 ness premises in Pitt street. Sydney, was last week inadvertently locked op in • vacant room, the window jf which was left open. The cat leaped irom the win dcv.\ and alighted upon her feet in the yard below, a distance of SO ft., and ap parently without being m the least hurt. The Bon Mare.Se in Paris is reputed to have the largest kitchen in the world. It provides food f.'i the whole of the 4000 employes of that greai commercial estab- j lishment. The gtt.sTlcst kettle holds 75 quarts, the largest 355 quarts. There are fifty frying-pans, each of ■ which is capaifc uf holding 300 cutlets at I a time...

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

Subscription to "THE DAILY HERALD," £13/ delivered, £1 9/ posted, per annum. Order At Once.

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THE CONDEMNED MAN ROBINS. LAW TO TAKE ITS COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

THE CONDEMNED I LAW TO TAKE ITS COTJBSE, On Monday morimog the petitionsigned by fbe 12 jurymen asking lus ExceUeneyVi| the Governor to exercise the prerogtttivB .'f of mercy towards the prisoner John*.; i Bobinsv^as -presented to the Chief -Beer tary (Hon. J. G. Bice) by Mr. A. L.r:Hen~.^ji zeL The grounds tor the request set in the petition areas follow the jury considered- there vera . eiiBia&33a stances'in. the case -which jastl^tbeifcllj strong recommendation to mercy 2- f That had ihey not believed that SierrTe commendation would have been acted upon by the jExecritlve "their verdict would, -;:i in all probability have Jjeen a different ^ one."• .* ■i." '' ' . On Saturday last the piasonerforwarded to -the sheriff a written statement com->|«| menting on the evidence given at tbslfl taM aai .nqat8&''tfo.£biidtt.'to-coa*3B rider' it; Irnniediaiely .iipon its receipt ip the sheriff forvrardedit tolfr)®ice,an(t.j| Ministers expressly came to town on Smu v-jf day...

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THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

THE COUNTRY. COCKBUBN, March 14. —On Saturday evening a concert and dance was held in the institute under the management of the local branch of the Labor commit tee. There was a fair attendance. The following ladies find gentlemen contri buted to the programme:—Mrs. Baker,! Misses Alianson (2), Pand, and B. Manna], and Messrs. H. Smith, E. Arscott, F. J. Butler, and Fahy. After wards d&ncing was indulged in- Pro ceeds will be devoted to the Labor fund in this portion of the district of Flin ders. GAWLER, March 14.—Mr. Johann Gott lieb Tschirpig, an old identity of Lyndoch, who for some time past has been in a weak state of health, was crossing his yard on Monday, when he fell, bruising his face over the eye. Although the in juries did not appear to be very serious, Mr. Tschirpig succumbed on Friday last. A certificate for burial was given by Mr. W. T. Collins, who .did not consider an inquest necessary. He found that death was due to a fall from weakness, brought on by kidne...

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KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD. Monday, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

KENSINGTON AMU NORWOOD. ' Monday, "March 14: I Present—The Mayor (Mr. G. H. Prosser), i Aldermen Phillips, Essery and Matting-ley: and Councillors Lcwen, Atkins, Ford, Woods, Hatisoi, and Thomas. The Mayor 1 reported that the motor roller obtained by the Corporation had been received, and | had sueeessf'illy in" deigone a trial. In connection with the storm waters question he had brought the ' matter before , the j Municipal Association. It was referred to | the executive, and arrangements were be | ing made to have a Bill passed through ■ Parliament before the coming winter, so • that the work of dealing with storm waters | might be carried out. The mayor ex | pressed pleasure at the decision of the ! City Council to asphalt Rundle and Hind ley streets. He thought it was a step in I the right direction.—Finance—Receipts, I £231; expenses, £360.—Councillor AtjIH ; njored that the council take the necessary - steps to raise a loaA of £1000 for mailing , the Parade, Norwood, the loan ...

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STATE DEBTS—VOTE "YES." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

STATE DEBTS—VOTE "YES." The taking over of State debts by, the Commonwealth;—'The Constitu tion at present provides that lite Com-;, monwealth may take over the1 State debts which were contracted poor to Federation. The debt at the time of Federation amounted to ^199^9^,525* and thp an-niia! interest 1 -chaise - is £7,160,571. The various States have' since borrowed a further ^48,475,009, costing: in interest £1,679^24 annnally. I Electors will have an opportunity of authorising the Commonwealth ~toi talr<» over the whole of the Statft debts; The" most eminent financial.': experts atnrm that a great saving- in; die annual interest bill would result.-; The saving: could be devoted ~ to sinking fund for the purpose of ex-, anguishing' the debt; and the Labor": Party strongly urg-e electors to vot® "Yes" on the brown ballot paper.

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

MUNICIPAL CORPOBATIONS. The fortnightly meeting o£ the Adelaide rCity Council was held yesterday. The! Mayor (Mr. L. Cohen) oeeupied the chair,; and the attendance was as follows:—Al dermen Sinipsin, Gicver, Wells, Isaacs, Bonython, and Downs, Councillors Moul den, Johnson, Pulton, Wilkinson, Clueas, Anderson, Eiu-vistLe, Lundie, Sullivan, Forwood and Cr^vford. The Mayor answoed a number of ques tions, and the usual committees' reports were adopted. The regulations in regard to motor vehicles j were adopted, and a quantity of other routine business was ixansacted.

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THE REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

THE BEFEBENDtJM.' Two referendum .votes 'will reqmrs J attention - on Federal 1 election day,;"-'; April 13, dealing- with alteration of die Commonwealth Constitution. . - v h

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LAW COURTS. INSOLVENCY COURT, ADELAIDE. Tuesday, March 15. (Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Russell. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

LAW COUBTS. INSOLVENCY COURT, ET.Arow .Tuesday, March 15. (Before His Honor Ifr- fhrnrntoatftpAr SoselU in re George woodrow, North brick' maker.—Referred to tha weoontaot' In re Ruth Williams, of Wilpena Kil- kenny.—The official receiver reported that the assets were valued at £63 16/7; deducting £3 3/7 as trustees' commission £60 13/ was left for the creditors. Claims received amounting to £509 17/2 had been approved by the trus- tee. This allowed of a first and final dividend of 2/4½ in the pound. Order made accordingly. In re Harry Jlarston Bone, .of Doiwieh, veterin 1«j surgeon.—The offioal 'receiver' reported the sum of £104 5/11 wss available for distri bution among the creditors. The amount of £14 11/8 had been deducted for trustees' com mission; advertising, Court lees, &c. had been received for £403 13AO- The official re ceiver recommended a first and .dividend of 5/1i in the pound* Order Tmnfo accordingly.

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STEEL TRACKS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 16 March 1910

STEEL TRACKS. To the Editor. Sir—Through the medium of the press the public were informed that it was   the intention of the authorities to put down (as an experiment) one mile of steel track tor heavy traffic on the Port road. This decision was gratifying to those who frequently use the road, and pleasing to persons who believe in and have advocated the formation of such roads. I think, however, that the ques- tion has gone beyond the experimental stage, and ought to be dealt with on a greater scale, especially when it is re- membered that similar tracks for similar traffic have been profitably and con veniently used for many years past in Victoria. Some time ago confirmatory letters were received by me from three municipalities in which the cost of gene- ral construction, upkeep, and life of such tracks were fully set out. These conclu- sively showed the great utility of steel tracks for all heavy traffic. The matter was considered at the time by the Port Adelaide Cit...

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WEIGHTS' FRENCH PATENT. ANNULMENT SOUGHT. LONDON, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

WEIGHTS' FRENCH PATENT. A^TttJLHENT SOUGHT. LONDON, March !•?* Ail aviation syndicate in Pans is ask ing for the annulment of the Wright Bro thers' patent in France, on the groui-.d that the Wrights are seeking a monow'y j in America and France of mechanical flights. I— —I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

Don't let that cold get you "down." BtCKFORD'S MENTHOL EIISULSIOK |wfll buiid you -up and strengthen your lungs, th

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HIGH COMMISSIONER'S OFFICES. A LIKELY SITE. LONDON, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

HIGH COMMISSIONER'S OFFICES. A LIKELY SITE. LONDON, March 16. No site has yet been fixed on in London tor the new High Commissioner's oflices, but a club, occupying a prominent posi tion in Trafalgar square has been men- j iioned as being a likely locality. j

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AVIATION. BLERIOT'S NEW MONOPLANE. SEVENTY-FIVE MILES AN HOUR. LONDON, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

AVIATION. BLEEIOT'S NEW MONOPLANE. SEVENTY-HIVE MILES AN HOUE. LONDON, March 16. 11. Bleriot, the famous monoplamst. is at present working in Paris upon a mono plane, which is designed to fly through, the air at the rate of 75 miles an hour- j i 1 ha machin-3 has already been set up j and a few practice trials have been made j with varying results. The monoplano oj£ iers very little from the small machine with which M. Bleriot made his tlVhr. i across the English Channel.

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STOCKS AND SHARES. BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

■STOCK'S AfisT) SHARES. banks. English, Scottish, and. Australian (C deben tures), buyer 18/ Rngish, Scottish, and ^Australian (deferred in scribed), buyer 18/1£. English, Scottish, and Australian (preferred in scribed), buyer 12/6. Bank of Adelaide, £8 10/6,-closing buyer £8*9/6. Commercial Bank (preference), buj^er £6 4/b» seller £6 8. Commercial Bank (ordinary), buyer 14/9, seller 25/4£. National Bank (preference), buyer £12 12/. National Bank (ordinary), buyer £5 15/6*-sel ler £5 16/6. INVESTMENTS. - Colonial Mutual Fire, buj-er 62/6j deUer 64/6. Eider, Smith, buyer £5 JJJ/6. Adelaide Steamship, buyer ^&/6, seller'39/6. Union New Zealand, buyer 32/6. Melbourne Trams, buyer 42/k, seller 43/. Silverton Trams, buyer £5 2/, seller £5 4/. Brewing Co. (paid), buyer 24/. Brewing Co. <oon.), buyer 8/0. ■ Xaon Brewery, buyer 6/6. SwSQ brewery, seller 75/. v Adelaide Steam Tug1, bnyer 68/. Howard Smith (proterence,, paid), buyer 21/6. Howard Smith {ordinary, paid), buye...

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THE SHARE MARKET. Wednesday. London Quotations. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

THE SHARE. MARKET. Wednesday. Xondons Quijtaiions. Silver-lead shares were unchanged, but! for Sulphide^ which improved 6<L Cop per stocks \?ei« mostly iirmer. Goid shares were Ltofc noted. The Stock 'Bxehang^-of.Adelaide. Silver shades *>vere orly noted in New British. Block 14 ^prefenance), Norths, and Junctions, the latetnamed stock znet with fair trade. Values were unchanged but for Norths, which feU 31/5. Copper and tin shares were confined to the usual channels. Fitzroy having the most business, which wat; only moderate. Values on the whole were easier. Gold shares met wiiLh tight movement, and values \7ere little changed, with the exception of Associated, which dropped 6<L, and Rorlh Kalgnr£i. 'which im proved 10d- Tan ami lasd small ex change and fell £2 10/. Biker's Creek had good trade at ui. and 3d* Carmichaels eased a point. Zinc (preference) were unchanged, and Amal gamated .Zincs improved 6rL Bank of Adelaide and Broken Hill Water, had ex chang...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

COMMERCIAL. , iii tlie gitin markets there was 110 ma terial ohr rgo yesterday. The slight im provement -d the London market reported at Hie en.- of the wejjk was barely sus tained. Hour was dull atN unaltered xates. Brar was steady and in good <i-> pianand- £s.^iL was quiet, merchants rt Sporting ; ■■ 01 sales. In th oduce markets pojatoes were firmer, «rluT? onions were steady at un ialtered • The no-"■ on in the wheat market as .Sliselosed in yesterday's cables was in-: terestinc. The quantity o£ wheat afloat. ■ jSor the -.i.i ed Kingdom shows an in icrease of 65,000 quarters, as against last ;3week, anj ,or the Ontiuent an increase; iirf. ZUvO1^ quarters. On the other hand, shiprne i.s from American buyers to 3JSnn)jpe «~'A a falling of; of S2,000 quar-! 'Cters, and from the Pacific an increase of; '.•9000 qui? •■ts, while from the Argentine , >and urag-iEy a decrease of SOOO quarters. jTChe total shipments of wheat and flour j-frrKTi all exporting . countries t...

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BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

BE0KJ5N HILL PRODUCE KAHKET. t 1 .Hessre.: 'JL A/ Brice & Co. Limited, report on JT&rcli 33The 'batter marled and in* -clined "to .advance. Eggs are scarce and -dear, a corresponding falling off in consump liofi. v Sicon and cheese arc unaltered, and sell TSe; freely. Ponitry "Is In great d email d- The; | roUcvzn^? are to-day's values:—Butter.—Factory,; I nd- to 1/1; dflin*, 8d. Bacon.—Prime factory sides, 9d. Cheese, 6^d.; fowls, 1/6 to 2/ cach; ducts, 1/6 to-2/ each; geese, 3/ to 4/ each; turkeys, 3/6 to 7/6 each. /•Chill D«mu'y wd.!ei.-s down the heart ft- i • ~el£; and tb^ngt it sometimes be en-! ii-jred v.-<th c£?Uirj—?s, it is but the'calm aess'.of despair. -Mrs. Jameson.

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