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TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS. Mararoft.—Mazich'14:—Ko. 6 Level—North drive. No. 1 rise, advanced 3? ft.; total 73 ft-; reef taken 4 ft. 6 in.; no hanging wall; bore boles prove reel to be fnlly -9 ft. in width; value 43/ per ton. No. 2 Level—North drive, eirippitig and timbering of level advanced 10 ft.; total 170 ft.; reef 7 ft.; valae 24/6 per ton. Hinemoa Lease—Shaft sunk 12 tL total 185 ft.; reef ? ft. value 12/b per ton. Tarcoola Blocks.—Marc!* 16:—Firewood contrac tor arrived to-day; will Btart deliver about 2L Everything ready to start rock drills. *
MINING. MINING MEETINGS. STANNARY HILLS. COMPANY TO BE RECONSTRUCTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
MINING. imSTING MEETINGS. STAKKAKY HILLS. • COMPANY TO BE RECONSTRUCTED. An adjourned meeting of shareholders of the Stannary Kills Mines was held on Wednesday. Mr, W. Herbert PhiJIipns, who presided, said the committee appointed to consider the jyialter of reconstruction (Messrs- Snow, Allen and Wood, for the shareholders, and Beach and l'hillipps, for the directors) bad recommended a line of action. The proposition was to form a new company, to consist of 110,000 6 per' cent, pre ference shares, at 10/ (preferential both as lo dividend and to capital, to be issued as fully paid up), which would return £55,000, and 120,000 ordinary shares at 10/. which would return £60,000—a total of 230,000 for £115,000. The balance of profits after the payment of 6 per cent, per* a&nuzn to preference shareholders to be paid on all shares alike. Holders of debenture stock to receive 110,000 preference sharks fully paid up in full satisfaction of their claims. (The holders of £100,000 6 per...
TRADES UNION APPEAL. JUDGMENT RESERVED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
TRADES UNION APPEAL JUDGMENT RESERVED. The hearing of the appeal in the case of Henry Solan and the South Australian United Laborers* Onion, Patrick J. Stokes, Thomas Ongley, Gregor McGregor, John. Hyan, John Fhstt, Benjamin Bell, and James Viant, was resumed yesterday morning in the Supreme Court in Banco, before their Honors the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Gordon^ and Mr. Justice Hom burg. This was an application for an order that so much of the order of his Honor Mr. Justice Jlomburg, made on November 24, 1909, as directed that judgment be en tered for defendants, with costs fixed by consent at £20, and that there should be no order for an injunction, be reversed; that judgment be entered for the plain tiff, and also that an injunction be award ed, and that the costs of the appeal and in the lower court be paid by the defen dants. Mr. E. E. Cleland appeared for the appellant (the plaintiff in the lower court), and Mr. W. J. Denny for the respondent. Mr. Denny, in continuing his ar...
MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
MAnIgEES' eepoets. Great Ophir.—March 16:—Great Ophir Gold] Mine, Davy hurst, Western Australia-—Ophir Lease —North crosscut ofl 100 ft. level extended 12 ft.; total 67 ft.; last 4 ft. driven show improved values, tout not nayabie. Bise ofl lOO^t. eveJ extended 8 ft; total 33 ft. At this point it; holed through to winze from level above. South Ophir Tiease.—Dnderlaj shaft sunt further .15 ft.; tolal 82 ft.; last 2 ft. sunk show improved values. North Polo Lease—North drive (east branch lodey *xt ended 3 ft.: total 28 ft: values show about 5 dwt. over width 5 ft. Miners h&ve been.stop tae ore over these drives dnrinc week, and 67 tons have been crushed at the Golden Pole bat tery for a return of 32 02., over the plates, and leaving- 2 to 3 dwt. per ton In the tailings. The Haraley Copper Mining Company.—Iteport for fortnight ending March 10Stopine has been carried on at various level*, j In oottom of 300-ft. level, south of crosscnt, the stopc is looking very well, and is imp...
INTO THE INTERIOR. ANOTHER TANAMI EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
INTO THE INTERIOR. ANOTHER TAKAlMI EXPEDITION. .Adelaide investors and mining specula 1 tors have played a,"n important part in the I development of various mining districts in this and other States, and the far-out fields of Tanami have already. received the attention of a local' Eradicate, al though up to the present it cannot be said that any measure of success has been I met with. Conflicting reports' have been furnished by different parties that have been sent out, and so far the exact .value o£ the auriferous country in the vicinity of Tanami cannot be estimated. - ; The Exchange Tanami Syndicate of Adelaide has already sent tint one party in the direction of Tanami, and tEe un fortunate experiences of the party-ait. al ready known to the . public, onje (Mr. Frane) dying of thirsty while the remain ing jneinbtrs onJy.i^ol back to Alice Springs after a severe trial- Undaunted, however, by this reverse, the syndicate has reorganised the party, and arrange ments are almost comple...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES* Vote for a National Policy,, thus:— Adelaide Division. jT\ - ROBERTS, E. A. Boothby Division. PQ - BATCH EL0R, E. L. BarKer Division. jT] - DWYER, M. A. WaKetield Division, |Tj - VAUGHAN, J. H. Polling Day, April 13. \ Aatthorifled by. K.P. BlnudcU] [Et&dfia Hftll
THE DUEZ FRAUD. ACTION BY THE FEENCH CHAMBER. PUNISHING THE GUILTS. LONDON, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
THE DOEZ FRAUD. ACTION BY THE FEENCH CHAMBER. PUNISHING THE GUILTS. LONBOK, Ttfarnfo X6. Owmg to the defalcations of SL Duez, the French Govern muni) liquidator, who was recently arrested for the. embezzle ment or £500,000 at the time when the Government confiscated the property ol the Church of Prance, the Chamtis; of Deputies has adopted a resolution by 343 votes to 79 condemning die manner in which the liquidation of religious orders was executed, Bat expressing confidence in the Government's promise to jJx thu responsibility on the sight offenders, and to punish the guilty.
A.N.A CONFERENCE. NOTE ON FINACIAL AGREEMENT. MELBOURNE, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
^OraON FBSAKCIAl AGREEMENT. JJEtBOT3BNE,March 16. 1 i' ji TEne .A-K.i^ ;&lt;ajnterenee was continued Sto-Siay at-33drata;; '"v . , -.i yhe ^mer^^ ' discussed motion i £hja£ the inrlnraon of -the financial agree r' anent in.Constitution "is detrimental '3t>- .the"best' SntereftB . the Coikmon - ioealth.. ' president' niled that, the iimoSon ■ retfliei io i&;ipai3yr political ques : ition- j anfl could Tiotlt>e/ d>seuBsed- 53ia ^motaon that the*presidept'E -roliiig be' di 3; ■ i^igteed"' vJEh wastearried after: a sharp ,debat£' by. 321 'votes .to 69.
THE RIGHT TO VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
4 THE RIGHT TO VOTE. Some discussion took place at the annual meeting: of the Port Adelaide Football Club as to the eligibility of intending: players to vote in the bal lot for captain and vice-captain. Un der the club's rules, only last season's pIayor= are entitled to vote, but a mun- : bcr of members were of opinion that intending: players for next season should have the right to assist in . choosing their officers. The matter ; was argued at considerable length, but eventually it was decided, by a very large majority to stick to the old practice. 1
THE POPULATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
THE POPULATION QUESTION. In the course of an election speech in the Hindmarsh Town Hpll on Tues day evening, Mr. J. P. Wilson said closer settlement would give the State the larger population that was so ne cessary. If the large estates were in the hands' of the people instead of a few individuals, the population would soon he doubled. He named the Clare district as an instance. That was one of the most fertile places in the State, and probably in the continent. There was a small area near there called Stanley Flats which once constituted one farm. Recently it was cut up into allotments of 20 acres. On each block there was a family of, say, five people who were getting splendid livings by cultivating raisins and currants. In 1907 the crop was valued at .£54 an a ere, and the cost of labor £12 10] ;an acre. Adjacent to those places was the huge Hill River Estate, and he had been assured that the whole 60,000 'acres was as good land for the cultiva tion of currants and raisins as was ...
THE "CULTURED" UPPER HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
THE "CULTURED" UPPER HOUSE. In the course of an address to elec tors at the HindmSrsh Town Hall on Tuesday evening:, Mr. J. P. Wilson said:—"It is said of the Labor Party that they are uneducated and do not understand the politics of other coun tries. The members of the Legislative Council talk in that strain. They seem to forget that every one o'f them evolved from about the same social status as ourselves. Every man in the Upper House had a father who was in one way or another a tradesman. There are there auctioneers, tailors, son of a tiiler, mining magnate, mill er, blacksmith, ex-bnllock thumper, jam manufacturer, ex-policeman, and lawyers. Men like Watson and Tom Price—(cheers)—have shown that they were capable of administering the country's affairs, and for one thing the Labor men are clean-living men."