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TRADES' SOCIETIES. UNITED LABORERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

TRADES' SOCIETIES. UNITED LABORERS' UNION. The fortnight)} meeting of the Uniteu Laborers' Uniuu Wis held in the TPafies Hall on Wurch 16. in. file unavoidable absence of -the President (Mr. F. Lundie) the Vice-President (Mr. C. Jiilazzo) presided over & large • attendance of members. Fourteen Dew members were initiated. Reports from the United Labor Tarty and the Tiades and Labor Councfl were rcccivcd. A letter r Irom the Trades 3nd Labor Council was received ask ing if the United Laborers* Union were prepared comer with delegates from the Trades and Labor Council and th Builders' Laborers' Union with the yi«w of besSc? the breachdelegates j J»ere appointed. Several members made strong ! gaeaebes advocating all. members to posh "The ' Daily Herald." Mr. «7. Viarir and several others i gave emphatic denials td a statement that rhey j were members of the Builders' Laborers' Union,v I wd^ stated no person 7iad their authority to place ! their names on tbe list of .alleged memb...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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BOXING. SULLIVAN V. McGOWAN. WIN FOR SULLIVAN. SYDNEY, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

BOXING. SULLIVAN V. McGOWAN. WIN FOR SULLIVAN. . SYDNEY, March 16. At the Stadium to-nijrht Jack McGowan (9 st. 4 lb.) met Sid Sullivan (9 St.). SullivaJi attacked strongly from the be ginning, and in the fifth round sent McGowan twice to the boards for nine I seconds. Then, curiously enough, [ Gow'an livened up, and succeeded in wea thering the remainder of the 20 rounds, though at "no time did he look like win ning. The referee decided in favor of j Sullivan.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. ADELAIDE. (One memeber reqired). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. ADELAIDE. ibne member zeq aired). Beta.li officer, Mr. Bl Bootnby. . • .MdACBTiAN, Alexander Xohxt, An-! fhony. Largs Bay, solicitor (A.) KOBEBTS, Emest Allied; Prospect zoad, Ensrccli laborer (L)5

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POET ADELAIDE ACCEPTANCES. Run March 19. TRIAL STAKES (HANDICAP).—At 1.30. Six fun[?]gs. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

POET ADELAIDE ACCEPTANCES. Hun March 19. TRIAL STAKES (HANDICAP).—At 1-50, Six fun ngs. Aurifera .. - Thunderess. P-'jse Morn SZarbl* 3faid Summerfield Haolij:.. .. El T ijb.. .. Oonsortll Cassava.. .. Sl't.-eJ lione st. 3b. st. lb. . 8 12 Fleot ioot 7 7 . 8 10 Tommy Burns, .. 77 8 10 Koorinn. .. 8 7 l/erriu^er So/iata . , 8 5 ■ olio 7 12 M. 7 10 Vitoria.. .. 7 10 Baii-lcbridge 7 10 Tradesman. 7 10 riiunoVrr.Irtp 7 3 Lord liolKiiis. 7 S . - 7 5 ...72 BITER HURDLE RACE.—At 2.15. About tAvo 0ngbfe Mist 10 8 Fortune .. .. .. 9 Old Pard 10 3 Warrior 9 Kaxrmyen 9 8 Carl liose 9 Master Fisher.. .. 9 8 Haster Gift .. .. 9 fteownlock 9 7 Wellington 9 ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP.—At 2.55. On# mile one fu.rhug and 40 yards. ScintiBation — 9 0 The Tinman .... 7 Desticist .. _ _ 8 12 Oonabar .. ^ ^ 7 Arquebus ...... 8 5 Rupara. .. _ _ 7 Spina way.. .... 8 3 Fastness .. .... 6 6ar( Zena 8 3 Silver Morn _ _ 6 Monte Matin ..77 SNOWDEN STEEPLE.—At 3.35. About two miles atJ tire- fur'aa Workmast-er .. .....

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

RIFLE SHOOTING. ANNUAL MATCHES. The annual rifle matches in connection | with &e Bifle Club s Association were | opened at the Port Adelaide range on | Tuesday, and were C untamed on Wed jnesday. The weather on the first day ; was all ttat could be desired, but yester day there was a trick/ wind. The whole of the arrangements wera carrie3 out in an excellent manner by the range officer, Mr. E. C- Murch ipiesi dent of the association), Sergeant-Maj ~ Britten, and Sergeant I'ield. The secre tarial duties ivere ably performed by 3Ir F- S. Bleeehnioie and staff. There was not a siijgle hitch in the whole proceed ings, and every one of the 165 competi tors seemed satisfied. la the past it lias sometimes been necessary to curtail the prize list, but in this instance every priz-3 listed was awarded. Results:— Tuesday's Shoot. THE 11UECH Oasditions—Semen shots each at 200 and 300 yards. Yards—200. 300. TL H. Steinhsrdt (Blylh), £4 34 34 68 J. N. Taj&ecson (WiUUmstoini), £3 3...

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ANGAS (One member reqiuired.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

-V ASG&S. • (One member leqidzed.) : Setuming officer, Mr. H. J. K. Bebee. ... GliKPatrick Mcifahon, 44 JCoIes-j worth "street, Sorth Adelaide*t>arrister-a± law1 <&- )*, elected, ■ , '

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INTERSTATE CRICKET. VICTORIA V. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. VICTORIA WESTS THIRD TEST. PERTH, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

INTEESTATE CRICKET. VICTORIA V. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. | VICTGEIA WESTS THIRD TEST. I ' ' • i PEiJTH. Maroli Ifi. The third test match between Victoria ; and Wests jo. Australia has been won by j Victoria by 2 wickets. The scores in the jsecond innings were:—Victoria, 244. and {Western Australia 105. The principal ! scorers were Kortlang 98 not oat, McKea j zie 48, Christian 46, and Parker 18. i

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HINDMARSH. (One member required). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

SZHDH&BSH. 'One-member required). aetgrr g officer; Mr. A. Fonnby. >AHnHTRAT,H; William - Oliioz; ITall^ street, Semaphore, laborer <eiected^*(!«.)

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SHOOTING OF TOURISTS. LONDON, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

SHOOTING OF TOURISTS. LONDON, March 16. It is asserted in Constantinople that the shooting affair at the-^ Mosque of Omar in Jerusalem, in which the Misses Moore and Maurice, two American tourists, were shot at and wounded by a fanatic, was not the result of the anti foreign movement.

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The Daily Herald. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, MAECH.17, 1910 THE FRANCHISE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

ADELAIDE': THURSDAY, MAECH .17, inn THE FRANCHISE. Perhaps the biggest stumbling block .the Eusionists found, is: the way when they ooncoctedtheir. sham demo cratic policy was the" great franchise question. Their purpose was: to pre sent a policy-that should, have a showy veneer of democracy and- yet evade every substantial democratic proposal to which, they could be absolutely nailed down. They succeeded in seve ral directions, such as the progressive land tax, the compulsory repurchase of large estates, and other , democratic subjects. In these cases they got over the difficulty either by passing them in silence, or' waving, them aside with a vague suggestion that some thing would be done. They did not say that this indefinite something would be subject to the approval of their masters, the miscalled National League, and they foolishly > trusted that the people would. not see through their veiled deceptions. The franchise, however, could not thus be disposed of. It embodied the...

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

Special Advertisements. •i The Daily Herald. ADDRESS: 117(jREMELL ST. ADELAIDE. SUBSCRIPTION: Delivered. One year 3 o Six months .. M on 6 Three months .. M o 5 g ' Posted. One year .. .. »j,i .~'£i i): i> .Six months —: m-; o 14 6 Three months mm -o 7. 3 All literary matter, correspondence, reports, and generai news matter must be addressed "The Editor." Accounts1 and' all" business commu nieatwnsr mast be addressed ""The Manager." ISO ASSURE. ATTENTION, BUSI NESS and LTEESAK? MASTER MQST' -be forwarded^ in.- separate- en velopes. . TO B0IS MB GffilkS. y . ; ThftTrntmgfflnMitof "JKe Daily Herald" invitethe ald of yonng Xiahbr supporters. A^chaxxning work of art will be the-. jseotedtta . - • „ > - EACH BOY AHD GIRL j^io;B6cares a: halt-yeai sabscriptsoa. to "ineiUaily Herald." Al'.tbe enidi of three months—from WarrB .7Hhei boy- and;giiL- who: bave: se cured; the largest number- of subscribers ,wiii'eaclLreo6iTO:a: HANDSOME WATCH aisLneward-for. theirinduBtiy. One picture wil...

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. We have much-pleasure in informing our readers: that we" have secured: the sole right of publication- in' South- Aus tralia. of' a series of articles by Ran dotob Bedford, the well-known and feillwirt descriptive writer, .who has just undertaken an extensive tour in the East. The itinerary willincfade the Philip pines, Chma, Japan, Hawaii, and California, and the articles describing: the tour" will- have special reference to tbeaEen question.- Oiir readers 'may look forward with confidence to i real (literary treat, and an able exposition Jof-fhe subject specially dealt with.

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PRUSSIAN FRANCHISE. SOCIALIST DEMONSTRATIONS. POLICE TAKE REFUGE. FIFTY ARRESTS. LONDON, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

SOCIALIST DEMONSTRATIONS. POLICE TAKE IlEFDGE. FIFTY iEEESTS. LONDON, March 16. The Prussian Socialists held 50 m?.s3 meetings last night in Berlin and the suburbs as a protest against the Suffrage Bill, the third reading of which will oorne before the Diet to-day. Several speakers denounced the Bill vigorously, imd advised the crowds to dis perse quietly and avoid processions. At Kiel the crowds came into conflict with the police and shots were fired. The police were forced to take refuge in the halls. At other places there were distur bances with the police who used theis sabres. Fifty rioters were arrested.

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FOOTBALL. POET ADELAIDE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

FOOTBALL. POET ADELAIDE CLUB. The annual meeting of the Port Ads< /aide Club took place at the Oddfellows* Hall last_jiight. The attendance was the largest ever known in the history, of the club. Mr. W. E, Hattinson occu pied. the chair Tlie annual report showed a highly satisfactory stale of afiairs, both finan cial and otherwise,. The club was second on the premiership list,, the wina amounting to 65 per cent, of the possible, as against . 73 per cent, scored by the West Adelaides. Last August the-team made a trip to Victoria, playing matches witbj Essendon, Bendigo, and Ballarat. . A, trip to Western Australia was forecasted for the coming season, the. date of depan ture being about July 23. Mr. J. W. Caire, -in moving the adopt tion of the report, congratulated the club on the successful year and the secc reiary on the excellent report lie had pret pared. , " Mr. B. Cruickshask seconded. 33i{ committee had carried out-its duties iff a splendid manner. / He would sugge...

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BOGEES PASS SNOWSLJDE. RESCUE WORK PROCEEDING. VANCOUVER, March It [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

BOGEES PASS SNOWSLJDE. RESCUE WORK PROCEEDING. VANCOUVER, March It nescue wort at tue itogors .rass snow- . slide, which recently buried several! 1 workers on the Canadian-Pacific rail- j i way line in British Columbia, is proceed-!1 rapidly, and all the tetfiies of the,'; white victims have been reAvered. .Therej are s£t3 some Japanese bodies to be dug] out -from the snow. ]

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AN AMERICAN SHOT. VANCOUVER, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

A-N AMERICAN SHOT. VAJJCOOTEH, March 16. AtmceB xrom uorrnw), -nicaragua, eiaxe that an .American named George Cannon, : who was recently charged with conspir i ing to take the* life of ex-President [ Zelaya, iias been executed at the orders of President WaAriy^

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

Special Advertisements. DONALDSON'S For Drapery and Clotting. ALAREEVARIETY OF NEWEST WINTER MATERIALS RELIABLE GOODS AT VERY MODERATE PRICES. IMPORTED DIRECT AND MARKEtt IN PLAIN F1CCAES. DONALDSON'S INVITE INSPECTION OF THEIR VALUES JN THE LATEST MILLINERY AND DRESS GOODS. .BLAMOTTSi RUGS, CARPETS, AND FLOOR COVERINGS. CAREFDL ATTENTION TO ORDERS FOR GOODS OR PATTERNS. ADBBESS—DONALDSON'S, 22 BUNDLE STREET. •76- :75

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STEAMBOILERS' INSPECTION BILL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

STEAMBOILEKS' INSPECTION BILL. To the Editor. Sir—During the.latter, part, of the last •session of Parliament a praiseworthy effort was made by the Ministry, and •ably assisted by the Labor and Liberal I members of the popular. Chamber to J place on the State Statute Book a law having for its main object the periodical and systematical inspection of land boil ers, and the certificating of boiler at tendants. I was privileged to listen to the whole discussion thereon in the Assembly and was surprised ' to find that great unanimity prevailed as to the importance and need of the Bill. It is a matter for extreme regret that the Legislative Coun cil should so readily have thrown it out. However, it is to be. hoped that the Bill will be early resuscitated, and that it will not again be rejected. The passing of this much-needed Act would bring our laws into conformity with similar laws now in operation in the various States of the Commonwealth.— I am, &c., GEO. WILKS. Port Adelaide...

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S.A. TEMPERANCE ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

S.A. I'HPEEANCE ALLIANCE. At the vsual monthly meeting of ihe South Australian Temperance Alliance on Tuesday, the various sub-committees for the city reported good progress in the local option movement. The general sec retary briefly reviewed the afmirs of the Alliance in "the country, and stated that they were satisfactory. Appreciative re ference was made to the Revs. C. E. Schafer and J. Paterson for their recent work on .behalf of the Alliance, and hearty thanks were accorded these gentlemen for having so. kindly come to help the tem perance c-.use in Adelaide, without fee of any kind. The following resolution was passed:—"That this council records with profound concern the action of the last annual meeting of the Licensing Bench in granting licenses to 46 extra bars, on ihe very eve of the local option poll. It also egresses surprise that the Attorney-Gen eral should have failed to do so when re-1 quested to arrange for the usual procla mation, holding over the issue of new li...

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THE FUSION SCHEME—VOTE "NO." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

THE FOSION SCHEMfe—VOTE "NO." Ejectors will, be; asked to affirm, or negative the financial - scheme secreJy formrriated-by. the State Premiers' and hfembly accepted by the Federal Fu sion Government. The scheme pro vides that the States shall receive 25/ per capita from the' Commonwealth for alltimfi. The present Customs re venue- is £2 ioj per head ofpopula twn, .and - must decrease. If the finan cialagreement 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 case, such an addition to the: Constitution would: cripple the Commonwealth, and lead to'the post ponement of urgently needed national worts. The Labor* Party do not object to.-the scheme as. a temporary expe dient, .but ask- the people to keep it -out' of-' tie Constitution. To do this, take the Blue .'ballot paper and vote "No."

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