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TEXAS TRAGEDY. TOOTH SHOOTS HIS STEP FATHER VANCOUVER, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

TEXAS TRAGEDY. TOOTH SHOOTS HIS STEP-FATHER VANCOUVER, March 16. At Sunny Side, in Texas, a youth T>«mprT Bingham shot his stepfather dead. 71 appears that the man was not on good terms with his wife and her family, and on many occasions maltreated ffiem. On this occasion he was subjecting them "to rough treatment -when Bingham interfered- The man then turned his attention to his step-son, and advanced towards him with a knife, and Bingham immeSKately drew a revolver and shot [him. ]

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

TO CORRESPONDENTS. 1 "A Woman Who Knows."—The publican) tion oE vour letter would probably result, in an action for libel. Besides, what does; it matter? ' "Ex-Farmer."—Some of ihe farmers &re» unquestionably strongly Tory, but some are good supporters of Labor. No good could come from the publication of your: letter. "H.E.G."—Sorry we cannot use. Will you call for the M.S., or sball we post Jfe to you? " t = ( IWt. C. M- Muirbead, solicitor, notifies that he removed to Bowman's Build-, ings, irjTig William street. J

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NOT WANTED IN U.S.A. PULLED OFF A TRAIN. A BRITISH OFFICER'S EXPERIENCE. VANCOUVER, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

NOT WANTED IN U.S.A. POLLED OPS' A TRAIN. A BRITISH OFFICER'S EXPERIENCE. VANCOUVER, March 16. Something of a sensation was caused in Winnipeg, Canada, last night, when Lieutenant Piyoe-Jones, an officer in the British Soyal Fusiliers, was pulled off the train by as American immigration officer. The reason proffered for the unseemly afiront, was, that Lieutenant Jones was not considered a suitable person to mtjr the United States.

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

Vote for Labor Candidates And a National Poliey! 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 Settlementand Public Purposes on the valuation accepted by the owner for taxation purposes, plus 10 per cent. Finance. Cessation of borrowing, except for (1) Conversion of Loans, (2) Completion of Public Works already authorised, and (3) works which wlilf 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) Ralsfrig Exemption on incomes derived from personal exer tion to £300 per annum; (3) Reduction of Railway Freights; (4) Increased Road Grant to Districts not served by Railways; (5) Deficiency to be made mi by an all-round tax on Unimproved Land Values; (6) increa...

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FEDERAL MEDIATION ACCEPTED. VANCOUVER, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

FEDERAL MEDIATION ACCENTED. VANCOUVER, March 16. Xater advices received from Chicago state that the danger of an immediate strike among the railway firemen has been avoided through their acceptance of £Se mediation of the authorities at Wash ington.

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CHICAGO RAILWAY STRIKE. WALK OUT AVOIDED. PBOBABLE AGREEMENT TO ARBITRATION. VANCOUVER, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

CHICAGO RAILWAY STRIKE. WALK OCT AVOIDED. PBOBABLE AGREEMENT TO AEBITBATION TANCOUVEB; Match 16. Though 25,000 Chicago railway men de cided to walk out at midnight last night on account of the demand of the Presi dent of the Firemen's Union for thesub> i mission of the dispute between" uie em ployers and the men to arbitration hav ing been refused, it transpires that-the committee of general managers cf the railway companies announced in the afternoon that Hr. Knapp, Chairman of the' Inter-State Commerce Commission, and Mr. KeOl, Labor Commissioner, "had accepted an invitation to act as media tors in the dispute. ] Soon after that announcement Mr. Car ter, of the Brotherhood of Firemen, said his comrades would probably agree to accept Government mediation in order to prevent a strike on' all ilie Chicago rails way lines. ' !

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GENERALITIES, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

GENERALITIES, The Rev. T. RJ.iitidda Williams, at the assembly of the Corpregational Union, said thai Nonconformity ought to have no stigma and nc cold shoulder for So cialists. 'ihe issu.i'; "of the age were too grave or partisanship. A witnass -1 Soi.tliwark County Court said tiftut a debtor hac' no encumbrances. J adge Willie <sh.i j lj,—"Don't say that, sir! You mean clii r.ien; but I don't re gard them as encuL-l lances. They are blessings, and th< joj of the home." Every .lumau soul lias the germ of' some flowers wi'Jjui; and they would! open, if ibey could only find sunshine. and free air to fipand in. I always told you that not h3.r1.1g enough of sunshine was what ailed the ivcTld Make people happy, nnd fh'ere will not be half the quarrelling, or a I' part of the wick edness ..here is. M.s. Child. So 'vise a man as Piato eotfld not but foresee :liat the setting all upon a level; vas llie ordy wav to make a nation j happy.—Sir Tho-nas More. ) The greed o...

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FLOODS IN AMERICA. RIVER STEAMER WRECKED. TOWN UNDER WATER. VANCOUVER, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

FLOODS IN AMERICA.! RIVER STEAMER WRECKED. TOWN UNDER WATER. VANCOUVER, Starch 16. Heavy floods are sweeping the low-! lands in Missouri, U.S.A., and the river steamer Expansion has been wrecked through the rising of the river. j Reports from Mandan, the capital of MortOTj County, North Dakota, which lies near the Missouri, indicate that the streets of the town are under water. Tele graphic communication has been cutoff, but as yet no loss of life has been re I ported.

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

Amusements. NEW EMPIRE THEATRE. EVERY EVENING, GROTE STREET, VICTORIA SQUARE. Telephone 2327. ... Sole lessees and Proprietors, Messrs. LEXNON, HYMAX, & T.EXXON. NEW EMPIRE VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINERS. . THE PERMANENT PLACE OF VAUDEVILLE EXTER.TA1 XMEST. To-morrow Night (Friday) an Exhibition of JU JITSU will be given by PROFESSOR STEVENSON During the performance a Silver Belt (the sift of B. Sayers, Esq.) will be presented to the Professor, .which he won in a JU JITSU Champion Contest at Broken Hill on Januarv 14, iqio. Regular Empire Prices—2/, 1/, and 6d. Boxpian at Duhst & Biven's. Book ing Fee, 6d. extra.. . . HENLEY BEACH TO-NIGHT. TRM7VSWHY'S BHND WILL PLAT AT HEKLEY BEACH 8 to 10 p.m., and will proceed by illuminated Oar,leartng Victoria Square al 7.20 p.m. .Fire minutes' Service will be run <di|ripg .the evening between Oity an<2 Henley Beach, from 7 p.m. Business ftotfces. 1 Don't Walk or Car it, L RIDE A BIKE. | Of course, the best Bicycl...

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

WALKERVILLE ALES. PUREST AND BEST.

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ROWING. AUTUMN REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

BOTOG. AUTUMN EEGATTA. The -first batch of preliminary heats lit connection with the South Australian' Bowing Association Autumn Regatta^ were rowed on. the Torrens LaJse yesterday evening. The following are the results;--* Senior-Junior Foots.—First Heat. - Adelaide Rowing Qob.—R- A. Joyner, bo«r, .3J - ! st 7 lb.; S. S. BingwoodL 2, 11-4; J, L. Sandford^ ' • 3, IL10; E. M. t.nvmoQre, stroke, 11.7; It. Gower, cos, 6.; t. Mercantile" Bowing Cfexb—J. Wilson, "bow, 11 St.; It. W. Butterick, 2, 1L7;f L F. I>oyle, 3, 12; B. Coleznan, stroke U; B. Woodhead, cox., &2. Won by Mercantile. Senior-Junior Four*.—Second Heat.— i Torress Bowing dab.—W. A. Robins, tow, U > st; H. J. Jolley, 2, 12.4; W. H. Whitfield, 3. 12.13; T. a Ke&ett, stroke, 122: C. McKay, cox^ 7.4; v. University Boating dub—P. C. Al^For nachon, Low, 10 st 10 lb.; E. F. Esoie, 2. 32.1: T. M. Hardy. 3, 32.1 Jc T. Hadig&n, kroke, 1235 K. Wade, co*., 6. Won by CnrverBity.. Forrester Foots fJor Haid...

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WRESTLING. GANGE V. PRIME. MELBOURNE, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

WRESTLING. V ■ GANGE V. PRIME. MELBOURNE. March 16. It is stated that Carl Gauge is pre~| pared to wrestle Horace Prime, the South1 Australian middleweight champion, and. to stake £30 to £20 on the result. 1

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LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, March 16. (Before Messrs. J. G Russell S.M., Stacey, and McRostie.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

LOC.Ui COURT. Wednesday,, March 16. (Before Messrs. J. G- RusselL S-iL, Stacgy, ad McRostie.) Recovery Tenements.—Id two cases ut or* der was made for possession to be j^rgi> os ', Saturday next. In the case oZ Bollock «. Rook, Mr. C. M. Uairhead appeared •■; for the tenant, and stated that he w a .. and bad been a„tenant of the bouse for' sev«n rears. Now be had received notice lr> ijiiit a short notice. He was thns compelled to tcoftis t he goodwill of his business. An order for tb* payment of rent due (£2) was made, with poe- f session of the hou&c. It not homes, but bomelcssuesv:i| which Socialism -will destroy. ^ .3 ■4

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LAW COURTS. POLICE COURT, ADELAIDE. Wednesday, March 16. (Before Messrs. J. Gordon, S.M., and C. E. Cincas.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

LAW COURTS. POLICE COCKT, ADELAIDE. Wednesday, March 16. (Before Hemes. J. Gordon, S.SL, sod C. Z. Ciucas.) Cave Hnmphris, telegraph operator, of Ade laide* pleaded guilty to a charge laid bj Sub* Inspector Edwards mtb having- cu North tezrac* on March 15 unlawfully resisted F.C. Curtis ia the execution of his dutv, cad damaged the lat ter's uniform. Defendant was fined £1, ss<t ordered to pay £2 11/ lor flic damage done to ihA luuiorm.

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

NEW SEASON'S FRodels : : No efforts have been spared by our buyers to secure the Latest and Best Millinery Goods in the World's Principal Markets. This you v/ill be con vinced of if you will but favor us with a visit. You will be as tounded at Our Fa mous Low Prices. Our Ready-to-Wear Milli nery is Our Special Feature. BUY YOU8 BLANKETS NOW! ' The reason Our Blan kets are cheap, is on account of them being last seasons—nothing is wrong with them— but they must be cleared before our new ones arrive. Huge White Blan kets, 73 x 94, heavy, 18/6 pair. Best Quality English Blankets, 70 x 92, for 15/6 pair. 62 x 85, Heavy White Blankets, 12/6 pair. 60 x 82, English Blan kets, 10/6 pair. And Our Famous "Colonial" All-Wool Blankets, 72 z 87, for 21/pair. New Season's Dress Goods at our Famous Low Prices, We may have shown Beautiful Dress Materials"other seasons, but this season we eclipse all other shows. We invite you to inspect. TWEEDS.—The Iastest in Tweeds, both striped and fancy, beauti...

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

'The Daily Herald' Do You Subscribe? Are You a Shareholder? The Job Printing Department will execute youp orders In the best style anrt with the greatest promptitude.

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LAWN TENNIS. CHAMPION SINGLES CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

LAWN TENNIS. CHAMPION SINGLES CONTINUED. Pine weather prevailed on Wednesday, when the fourth day's play in connection with the present carnival was begun. There was a large attendance at the courts on the Adelaide Oval during the day, and keen interest was taken in the various events. AUSTRALASIAN SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP. Bowen beat Hunt, U—9, 6—4, 6—3. Hoath beat Parker, 5—2, 6—4, 9—7. fieid beat Paxton, 6—0, 6—3, 6—1. Rice beat Campbell, 6—2, 6-5, A—6, 6—2. ltfTVKn DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Mise Boyce and Taylor beat Mies Thomas and ] Watt, 6—0, 6—4. LADIES' SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP OF SOUTH] AUSTRALIA. Miss Wilmoih beat Mia G. Lovely, 4—6, 6—0,1 6—2. Miss Parr beat Mrs. Howe, 6—5, 6—3. Stewart beat Miss Sharp, 6—i1, 6—2. Mrs. Andrews beat Miss Brown, 6—4, 6—L LADIES' DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Misses Stewart and WUzooih beat Misses V. ] and M. Brown, 6—3, 6—0. , GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES HANDICAP. Class L Mercer beat O'Dea, 6—4, 3—6, S—7. \ Mercer beat McMichagI,...

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THE UNEMPLOYED. DEPUTATION TO MR BICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

THE UNEMPLOYED. DEPUTATION TO ME. BICE. A deputation representing the unem ployed waited upon the Chief Secretary on Wednesday morning tb ask if any steps could be taken to relieve the present des perate position of the unemployed. Mr. B,. P. Blundell, in introducing the deputation, regretted that such a condi tion. of affairs should exist whilst the State was enjoying general prosperity. The great majority of tho^e on behalf of whom the deputation was acting were strong and able-bodied young men, will i ing and anxious to take work of any sori~ 1 That morning he had seen a notice on the board that 50 men were required at Coonalpyn, but no date was given as to | when work .would begin.. There were 270 men registered at the bureau, and he asked that certain projected public works be begun immediately. The books of the bureau showed that 227 men were registered as being out of work, and there were a large number of others who had not registered. What the deputation asked was that the ...

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A POPULAR MAYOR'S FUNERAL. LONDON, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

A POPULAR MAYOR'S FUNEEA3L. LONDON, March 16. Half the population of Vienna, turned out yesterday to witness the funeral pro cession of the late Dr. Karl Lueger, who was for many years mayor of the city. Business was suspended during the church service, ana all ranks, from the Emperor down, were represented.

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

ANY COMPLAINTS 1 i " -.1 about non-delivery of "THE DAILY HERALD" Communicate at cacc^wilii^this Offioei

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