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PREPARATIONS IS WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

PREPARATIONS IS WESTERN' AUSTRALIA. PEKTH, March 16. j Elaborate preparations are being made for the St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Western Australia. There will be proce . a.n^ sports at Pertli and Fremantle.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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TAXED COSTS. CASE IN THE FULL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

TAXED COSTS. CASE IN THE FULL COURT. The Banco Court, presided over by their Honors the Chief Justice, Mr. Jus tice Gordon, and Mr. Justice Homburg, yesterday heard an appeal . 'in 'life mauer of Charles A'Court Bloxham, against whom an order was inade by Mr. Justice Homburg, giving leave to the bef ueJiciaries in the Everard estate to tlieir solicitors' costs taxed. * Mr. E. E. Cleland appeared for the ?.p pell.-int. and Hr. Paris .Nesbit, K.C-. with Mr. C. 51- Muirhead, for the respondent. Mr. Cleland continued his address. The Chief Justice stated that as the amount in dispute was only £35, if seemed a pity that the parties could not come to an agreement, instead o£ occupy^ ixie so much valuable time. iter. Cleland resumed his address, and. I the court adjourned liH next day. ■ -

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. TO-DAY'S CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

ST. PATRICK'S DAY. TO-DAY'S CELEBRATION. To-day the ruinna-1 demonstration and sports in honor of St. Patrick's Day will be lieia The procession will start from St. Srancts Xavier's Cathedral for the Jubi lee Oval ax Jfl-SO, and the following order will be observed:— City Volunteer Band. Banner and pupils Christian Bro thers' College, Wakefield street* North Adelaide. Pupils Sacred Keart College, Largs Bay. Maxist Brothers' schools, Port Ade laide and Korwood Pupils Dominican ■ Convents, Franklin street, North Adelaide, and Glenelg. Pupils Conveut of Mercy, Angas street and Parkside. iloddfcr's JBand. Pupils of Sisttrs of St. Joseph schools, Russell street, Pirie street, Kensington, Beulali road, Lower Xorth Adelaide, lirompion, and Thebarton. Banner of St. Francis Xavier's Branch Juvenile members H.A.C.B.S., city and suburbs. Adult members ll.A.C.±S.a^ cay and suburbs. Guild Band. Banner and members of Guild ot St. John the Baptist 1'otal Abstinence So ciety. Si. Vincent de Paul's ...

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LADIES' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

LADIES.' MEETING. . ^ | A. ladies* coimrutteemeeting was helfll i in the West Street Hall, Brompfen,;*)^ I Wednesday afternoon, when addresEeaj' ! were given by the candidates forihe'Borfri | Adelaide District of<the House. ofA^sem-8 | bly (Messrs. MacGiUivrar, ChessonJ end ; I Green). Miss Wise presided over a large, j and enthusiastic .abundance. \-The«pea-^ kers were listened'to attentively, aniijasb" ladies evinced . considerable interest "%i, the knowledge of political affairs. . Alter--, noon tea was provided by the . ladies' coin-*!? mittee. for which the guests were thankv. fuL ' .. _ \ ftSS ''CLAEB, March 15.—Messrs. McGregor]; and Guthrie addressed the electors anthiTJ Clare Town .Hall on Monday evening,'and. in spite of jtiie meeting, being practicailyj not known until late Saturday nigfatthere \vas a full halL '^ueiiaiidjaai the utterances »£ Iflt^ gentlan^ ' . aSe r sound, and that ^rie-. ^a^Strak' statesmen, advocating a Tealjiiiiioiia] pIai.£orm, i°-.s&...

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ROBINS EXECUTED. THE CORSE OF DRINK. "NOTHING CONCERNING MY WIFE." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

! ROBINS EXECUTED. * THE CORSE OF DR1KE. "NOTHING CONCERNING Ml" wirE." | John Robins, who was sentenced to death for the murder of Robert Gwns worth in Moocta street on December 24, was executed at the Adelaide Gaol oil Wednesday morning. The only persons present were the Sherifi (Mr. O. H. Sehomburgk). the keeper of the Ade laide tJaol (Mr. Noreoek). the Medical Officer <Dr. B. II. Morris), the chief war ider, and five other warders. Robins was | attended by his spiritual adviser, the j Hex-. J. Pearee. The unfortunate man spent most of! Tuesday, and a couple of hours last; night tviili 11us spiritual adviser. He wrote and dictated many letters, and to each of his children he sent a Testa ment with a message written by himself on the flyleaf. On Tuesdaj' night Robins wrote out and handed to Mr. Pearce, who gave it to Mr. Korcock, the following statement:—I 1 confess to doing the deed, but it was the drink. Nothing concern ing my wife. Believe this to be true.—Yours fait...

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LABOR CANDIDATES FOR TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

LABOR CANDIDATES FOE TORRENS. The Edwardstown Institute was crowded on Monday, when the Labor candidates (Messrs. Coneybeer, Dankol. Byan, Smeaton, and Vaughan) addressed! the electors. All the speakers had a splendid reception, as they have had everywhere. VFe have only space to re-j port the first of the live speakers in this' issue- I Mr. Coneybeer, who was received with' loud cheers, said he appeared before! them soliciting their sufirages for the seventh time. On each occasion in the past the people had given him a magni ficent vote, and he felt sure he would not ask in vain for a renewal of that: confidence. (Cheers.) What he asked for himself that night he also asked for his colleagues who were standing with, iiiia. (Cheers.) ,H.e had stood to his .pledges, fought the fight fairly, and was not ashamed of his work- (Cheers.) He was grateful for what the electors had; ■lone for him, and had done his best to merit their confidence. (Cheers, and, "YouTl go in again. Coney.") He h...

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TRADES SOCIETIES. FEDERATED IRON, BRASS, AND STEEL MOULDERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

TBADES* SOCIETIES. FEDERATED IROK, BRASS. AND STEEL MOULDERS' UNION. Fortnightly meeting held at Trader Hall, Grate street, on Monday, March 14. The President QIt. A. H. Chapman) presided over a good at ' tendance of members. Correspondence was re ceived tram "Western Australia Moulders' Society asldng- information regarding federation, as thev were desirous of becoming affiliated. The mat ter was referred to t>ir Federal council at Syd ney. Report of trade was received from Federal society showing that trade throughout the federa tion was only fair, caused principally by the coal industry dispute. Gawier branch wrote asking information ;* request to be comphcd with. Prom Cast iron Pipe Moulders' Sotiittv a request for ap pointment some ot their members to give evi dence at meeting to be held on March 19. as grievances having" arisen with one of their mem bers employed at one of the local foundries, seve ral members were deputed to attend. Ajj appeal for assistance from the mason...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

RIFLE SHOOTING. The annual matches of the Rifle Clubs' Association concluded yester day at the Port range proved remark ■bly successful. The financial result was one of the best ever attained, whilst the number of riflemen taking' art—165—was exceedingly satisfac tory. An especially pleasing- feature of the meeting- was the large number of prizes carried off by country shots, who proved themselves to be quite equal to the city contingent.

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ELECTING A CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

ELECTING A CAPTAIN. A rather peculiar incident occurred in connection with the election of cap tain at the Port Adelaide Football Club's annual meeting last night. There were two nominations for the position—J. Wooliard and C. T. Cocks. Only players of the preceding season were eligible to vote iji tfri* election, and last year there were 27 men who stripped for the Ports. Of these four were not present last night. When the ballot was counted Cocks was found to have secured 15 votes, and Wooliard 12. It was then pointed out that as there were only 23 mem bers in the room eligible to vote there must have been four papers marked by persons not entitled to the privilege. Another ballot was then conducted, wiiJa the result that Wooliard was elec tea by 12 votes to 11. The Tramways Band will give a con cert at Henley Beach to-night. They will proceed by an illuminated car to the seaside, to which a five-minutes service will be run. When in South Australia Sir George Le Hunte made himself...

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STATE ELECTIONS. CANDIDATES CLASSIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

STATE ELECTIONS. CANDIDATES CLASSIFIED. The following is the complete list oC candidates for the State elections on April 2. The Labor representatives can bd .given with certainty- but the anti-Labot ^political aspirants cannot be classifies! with accuracy. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. ADELAIDE. Labor. Fusion, &e. Anstey, A. E. Anderson, J. F.'undell, E» P. Cleland, G. F. Denny, W. J. G rifnn, D. LL Ponaer W. D. Kowt.'l, J. Lesser, J. v ALEXANDRA. Grealey T. Efackei- W. J. Feggaton, P. X.i ?w.cD&nald, A. Bitcnie, G. baeossaL 3?utler, E. Jischoff, H. Ccombe, E- H. R.^iaiL S. B. Kobmson, J. BUEEA BTJEEA. Ntwbnd. J. I1 annaford,'W. Mil lei. W. O'Loughlin, L. PLEfDEES. O'Loghlin, J. V. Burp.tyne, T. Trea?ure, Olivet. rarby, H. W. i-cseley J. G. C- openny, J. N* .• <" 1 it. vers X TV arren, E- H. MURRAY. MoniBs-G. Grotb, J. H. Hombirrg^ H , Jamieson, W. Pflaum, p. J. Ti • NOETHE®N TEEKITOBY. Crash, T. G. Brawn, J. A. James, F. Giles, A. T Bournes, W. J. POET ADELAIDE. Ch...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. CENTRAL DISTBICT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. CENTRAL DISTBICT. Labor. Fusion, &C. KTajiPTj E. L. W. Frrasdarf, EL Styles, A- W. Huecke, H. C. EL Wilson, J. F. Wilkinson, W. B*> MIDLAND. Ihmean, J. Pascoe, T. 1 (Both elected.! NQRTHEKN DISTRICT. Atkinson, J. Addison, A. £■ Casley, T. EL Howe,-J. EL SOUTHEEN DISTRICT. . Grosvenor, A. X. Cowan, J. McKurtrie, J. Newell, H. H. : Stirling, Sir J. I*

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VISIT TO "THE DAILY HERALD." TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL GRATIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

"VISIT TO "THE DAILY HERALD." TRADES A*TD LABOR C-OUJICED GrvATTFrED. Last night the tramp of many feet on the yet uncaipeted floor of this office pes* turbed the editorial staff exceedingly. That electrifying'thought, "Is it a fLref^ was hardly formed when the manages (Mr. E. J. Thomas) announced thai tha Trades and Labor Conncil were- paying the office a visit. Under his gnidanc» the party, which was a large one, in spected the various departments, aid took the opportunity oi learning some? thing about, b-ovv a big newspaper (for sa undoubtedly "The Daily Herald" maybe classed) is produced. The inspection having been candhded* Mr. W. C. Taylor (president of theeomi cil) said they were highly gryt-ifi^ with what uiey had seen. Let those present take that' back to their onions, in order that every LaTrar man might be stirdui lated to do his utmos to help the papez., (Cheers.) They wished to thank tha manager for his kindness in showing them round. They had noticed that in. both, the...

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

Y IN AOilBT AlOBBT THAT ADVERTISEMENT HINC UP 2077 ' A , CtssyoorinstriictSons to us, and we will do the rest. The Senate Election. You Must Vote for Three and You Should Vote for the labor candidates anthortwed -fry EL blandall, Trades hall

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. THE NOMINATIONS. THBEE CANDIDATES UNOPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. THE NOMINATIONS. THBEE CANDIDATES UNOPPOSED. Nominaticns of candidates for the Senate House of Bepresentatives through mt Australia were received in the various Stales on Wednesday. At the Ade laide To-.»;- Hall little local interest was manifest -.i, and the returning officer opened 'Ve papers in the presence of fiije people—one lady and four gentlemen.: There can be no mistaking the import of the issue, however, which is a clear-cut one bet ?een Labor and the Fusionists. As in *lie State elections, there are several parties, who have banded themselves to gether for the sole purpose of keeping the Labor Pait> out of power, and for that purpose have, for the time being, sunk different on points about which they have until recently quarrelled bitterly. The aonirations are given hereunder. Two Labor members—Mr. W. O. Archi bald for l-i :ndmarsh, and Mr. A- Poynton for Grey—have been returned without op position. . Mr. P. McM. Glynn (Federal AUomev-tSenerali hag a...

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SENATE. (Three members required) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

SENATE. rTfciee members required) Bebimbig ofiicer, Mr. O. H; Schom-! ^G^E^aSTOIT, David Morley, Marl borous-'h stiret, St- Peters, engineer (A.) GORDON, David John, Victoria avenue, DnXey journalist (A-). • GOTHRIE, Robert Storrie, Head street, Peterbead, seaman (L.)* McGRiSGOR, Gregor, Queen eteeet, Uniey, laborer <L.)e SHAV.^ON, JnTiTi Wallace, Eaton, street, Malvem, J^dtioneer (A.). '. STORY, William Harrison, Clara street, Norwood, contractor (L.y ;

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ENGLISH RACING. LINCOLNSHIRE HANDICAP. LONDON, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

ENGLISH BACHJG. LINCOLNSHIRE HANDICAP. LONDON, ±ne Bngusn racing season was com mencefi to-day when the Lincolnshire Handicap, of one mile, was run and re sulted as follows:— Mr. EL J?- Setoff's Cinderella, by Wolf's Cra|—Nobody's Child, 5 yrs., 6 st. Sir. James Hare's Forerunner III, by Pioneer—Kendal Belie, 6 yrs, 6 st. 11 lb „ „ .. .. 2 Mr. August Belmont's Norman 111., by Octagon—Nineveh, 5 vrs., 7 st. 10 lb " 3 There were 28 starters, and the belting was 9 to 1 against the winner.

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EPSOM RACES. MELBOURNE, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

EPSOM BACES. MELBOURNE, March 16. Perfect weather favored the meeting at Epsom this afternoon, and ^the sport was witnessed, by a large number of specta tors. Results:— FIBST *JlYI6l02i HANDICAP. ■ Five. furlongs. Graftonette, 7 6t 2 3b. (a Andrews) .. . — " I Scotch Airs, 6 ®t. 10 lb. (Cusdin) .. — -- —. 2 Ko Kaste, 6 st- 8 lb. (Grace) .. 3 Other starters—Here Macd, Spiimred, Forde, Cbiss, "5S»rStoB, Salt&re, .Sunmeretie, and Seraphic. Betcmg—5 to 2 against Matilda, 4 -to 1 Saitare, 5 to 1 •-Saiwhic, 8 to 1 Graitonesse, . Won lay a" length," with » bead betveen ccoond and third. Timfe. 1m. 3b. JUMPERS' FUT EACE. One- mile and s furlong. yrilk, St si. 5 lb. (Hossj .. .. — - 1 Fire Ester, 8 st. 2> lb. {Bum) ... ^ 2 Thp Sail, 8 ct. 7 IU. iAccoJa) 3 Other - srariers—-Lkm, I^ady Hots, Montreal, j SHvio, CdrEtax, Two Step, Sectarian, and Sustain, i Setting—5 to 4 inprinffr Prilk, 5 to l' Montreal;, 7 to 1 Silsoo, 8 to lThe Suti, -10 to 1 others. Won by five lengths. with a len...

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TEMPERANCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

TEMPERANCE. To the Editor. fair—Allow me to compliment you on j the sound arguments contained in your I sub-leader on the above subject. As so- j ciety is more emotional than rational, dip- | : somania may be considered - psychological j disease arising from a variety of states | of appetite. A rational person needs no j law to govern his emotions or feelings, I I and can be entrusted with full liberty to j exercise his rationality without any dicta- I I tion from any section of the communitv.— I am, &C-, MENTAL. FREEDOM.

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VOTE AND WORK FOR LABOR. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

VOTE AND WOEK FOE LABOE. To the tEditor. Sir—First of all I must' heartily con gratulate you and the members of the United Labor Party and supporters, oil the successful launching of "The Daily Herald." I cannot tell you how pleased I am that we have our own newspaper at last. We can get the truth about Labor. now. I noticed in "The Daily Herald'* j ofJ Wednesday a report from Redhill,. which I was extremely pleased to read. I firmly believe we are going to have a splendid victory on April 2, a Labor Go vernment later on, and then another win. on April 13. The members of the Fusion j Party say they have done their duty to the electors who put them in Parliament. | 1 say ihe.y have not douo their duty. They have betrayed their electors, and therefore they must quit, and in their place must go in good sound men, Labor men.. I do plead with all Labor suppor ters to work hard, vote, and secure the return of the people's friends. the cm-. didates run by the National Party, the United Lab...

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TOBACCO WORKERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

TOBACCO WORKERS' UNION. Half-yearly meeting Eeia on Thursday night, 1 Presjdeutfc(3tr. II. CbapmanJ'in the chair. Corres pondence from Trader and Labor Counrtl and bricklayers and masons was received. Balance sheet and auditors' report were adopted. Elec tion of officers resulted thusPresident, Jfr. a. JSL Baker; Vice-President, Mr. A* S. Ford; Secre tary,- Mx. H, W. Xinnes; Tn^astirer, Mr. S. Ben jamin; Trustees, Messrs. Tyler. J. Dobinson, Welch, Beven, and Montrose; Shop. Committee, B_A-T. factory stewards. Messrs. ixinnes, Ford, apd Welch (of Twisters' Union); steamers' .stewardess, Mrs. "Wilkinson; press room, Mr. H. Itannam; S.A.T. factory steward. Mr. H. Chap man (of twisters); Press Boom, Mr. Rvan: Stewardess, Miss Gibby; Committee of Manage merit, Messrs. Hyland, King, Caire, Drumm, Eyan, Holman, MuJdooD, G. Dobinson, H. Han nam, ana Miss Speed; Auditors, Messrs. Hyland, "o^d, and Baker. Reports from various com mittees were received with 'satisfaction. It was also decided ...

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