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ADELAIDE LIVE STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
ADELAIDE LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Close upon 10,000 sheep arrived for yesterday's sale, this large number be ing attracted by the increased prices niling last week. There was very little, if any, improvement in the qua lity of the offering, the bulk of the supply consisting- of middling descrip tions, drawn principally from the middle areas and the south-east- There were a few truckloads from Victoria. Following upon last week's light yard ing, buyers were naturally keen, and late high prices. prevailed for all classes. About 250 were taken by potters, whilst graziers relieved the yards of fully 1500. Prime merino wethers sold at 15/6 to 17/, with extra prime and weighty higher. Prime me rino ewes were worth from 12/ to 13/. Prime crossbred wethers realised 17/6 to 20/ (a few to 21/}, and prime cross bred ewes 14/ to 15/. The principal contributors to the supply were:—A. G. Gebhart, Pareora; W. J. T. Clarke, Mount Schanck; N. E. Brice, Mount Beevor; A- Gebhardt, Mackerode; R. I Barmlev, ...
NOT INTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
NOT INTENDED. At the Ban-o Court yesterday Mr. Cleland held The attention of the Court for sone tune whJe he Quoted marsy i-asi*; to substantias »he positiotf he had taken up, but apparently on one 'occasion he was on uncertain ground, or at least was dealing with a position that might have an opposite effect to that desired. One of the presiding judges called attention to the fact, and Mr. Nesbit, who was also interested in the case, saw the position, and said, "Yes. your Honors, it might be lite the 'Register.' Dealing with the ques-j tion of Socialism, that paper said, 'There is a submerged tenth, but So-j cialism tends to make it one-twentieth.' Of course, the 'Register' did not mean! to say that." It was right in its facts, but only because it was weak
THE BUILDING TRADE TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
THE BUILDING TR.-^E TROUBLE. The only prominent feature yester day about the bricklayers' strike was the fact that in the morning six men left for Wallaroo and two departed in the afternoon. To-day three will go to Port Pine, and three to Brinkworth. A rumor is in circulation that the "men on the water" are masons from Cardiff, in Wales, and bricklayers from Manchester. It is hardly likely that strike breakers will set the Tor rens on fire, even if they are flesh and blood and not mere myths of an imaginative employers brain
BERI BERI IRRIGATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
BERI BERT IRRIGATION SCHEME. One of the unemployed, who has re-1 turned to Adelaide from the Beri] Beri irrigation scheme, stated on Wed-| nesday that there was ample cause for; complaint in connection with the food' supply. "The agreement originally; was," he said, "that the men should; pay ij/6 per week each for food, cook-; ing- utensils, tools and tent. Thej trouble has arisen because of the ac-j tion of the officer in charge handing' ■ over the control of the kiichen to a private individual, who charges for food alone a shilling higher than the; stipulated Government charge for i everything-. The men are now paying i 12/6 a week, inclusive of the charges; for tent and tools. We want to know j why the officer broke the agreement I ;hat the Government made. I was there for four weeks, and I can tes tify to the fact that the price of food is not the cost the working man usually pays. Some of the men lived mainly on bread end jam and bread and treacle. Not once during the four week...
ST. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
ST. PATRICK'S DAY. Though the Archbishop of Adelaide is absent on account of his health, and will not be able to be present at J the St. • Patrick's Day demonstration! to-day, his Grace has shown his usual! interest in the success of-the festival, i Before leaving- Adelaide, he issued the' following cijcular to the priests of thej various city and suburban parishes :—; "Archbishop's House, Glen Osmond.! March 3, 1010. Dear Rev. Father— On St. Patrick's Day mass will be cele brated at the Cathedral at Q.30 a.m.j The procession will start from the; Cathedral at 10.30. Will you kindly, see that there is a good muster of the school children of your district, and that, with thoic in charge, they at-, teed at mass, or at least -be at the; Cathedral in time for the procession, j Please also call the attention of your; people on Sunday, and invite their help; towards making the demonstration a; success. A special point on which it j will be advisable to dwell is the de-| sirabilitv of all m...
LABOR'S POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
LABOR'S POLICY. Enemies of "the Labor Party, pub fidy, . privately, and through the columns of the daily press, declare, or insinuate, that its policy is a mixture cf confiscation, robbery, red revolu tion, and communism. To allow the general public to estimate the truth or otherwise of these wild assertions, we ton.ce more publish the Labor Party ^platform in full:— FIGHTING PLATFORM. FRANCHISE. Adult - Su£Era$re for the Legislative - Council, with the object oi its ulti . mate abolition. INDUSTRIAL. Compolsory Arbitration. LAND' SETTLEMENT. Progressive Land Tax on the lines-of - New Zealand. TTio right :o£ die Government to Re sume Land for-. Closer Settlement - land public Purposes on the valua £-dini accepted bythe owner for ^Jdonpurposes^iflus 10 per cent: FINANCE. Cessation of ' Borrowing:, excep: for J(i) Cwrersion. of Loans, (2) Com pTetiqnof PuBlic Works already au thorised.Euad &lt;3) Works which will " show foffnest oa., capital borrowed 'a' Sii)MngFui_d. -- '= TA...
DUSTY COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
DUSTY COAL A Post Adelaide correspondent writes:—"A slight hitch, happened to the steamer Derwent Hall while un loading- at the Adelaide* Steamship Company's Wharf at half-past 3 to day. The men working in Nos. 3 and 4 holds, and at 4 pim. the men in the other holds, refused to shovel the coal, on account of the dust. It was blinding as well as- choking, and the Stevedoring Company refused to put the hose on, which is generally done when the coal is so dusty. _ It is rumored since that the Adelaide Steamship Company is buying 1000 tons, and that they refused to let the Stevedoring Company put water on. It is also rumored that when they have a collier , in" and the coal is dusty, they do not stop the men from watering.
BARKER. (One member required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
liAJiKEH. (One member te^uired.) Befanaung oBicer,. Mr. p. S. Andrews. DWYEfi, MaiSm Ambrose, agent, Meant Gambler &lt;L.). - . v - EiylirGSTOlSr, John," Penola road, Mbuiit Gambler,, auctioneer &lt;&-)*. ,
A BILL OF COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
A BILL OF COSTS. The taxing of a bill ot costs was the cause of a long: legal argument in the Supreme Court yesterday, when an; appeal lodged by Mr. C. a'Court Bloxam against a decision given by Mr. Justice Hombuig- was heard by the Full Court. The costs in question were incurred in connection with the Everard Estate, and Mr. Justice Hom burg had ruled that bills incurred during the twelve months prior to the dm° of the original hearing could be taxed. Mr. E. E. Cleland, for the appellant, read his Honor's judgment, which was a very lengthy document. In reply to a query bv the Chief Jus tice, it was stated that the amount in volved was only .£35. Sir Sanyi^l Way said it was a pity they should fight so hard over a comparatively "small amount, and he suggested that the Judge who had originally dealt .with the matter or the Master of the Court should modify the taxing of the Bill. Mr. Cleland stated that Mr. Bloxam' !> contention was that there eras no jurisdiction to make the order...
ENGINEDRIVERS' DISPUTE. ACTION IN ARBITRATION COURT. THE PLAINTIFFS' CLAIMS. MELBOURNE, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
^MGHEBBJYERS' DISPUTE.. i&CTGIT Hf AKBITEATION COtJET. SHE-PLAINTIFFS' CLAIMS. MELBOURNE, March 16. j Mr. Justice w»gc?"" in the Arbitration j (Court has begun the hearing of the dis pute ot the Federated Engine Drivers: Unit Ttreiheirs' Association against the :nni«inni!m Coal Company, and other coal ■and gnMmimng companion and manufac-, Storing, firms in New South Wales, Vic Itoria, and Queensland. i The plaintiffs claim 12/ per day for; wirtdiiig engine and/ loco drivers, 1/3 an ■hour for drivers m engines with single -cylinders over 12 in. in diameter, and. £/lJ for single cylinders under 12 iti. ■They also claim that eight hours shall constitute a "day's work and 48 hours a. week's work, and that firemen shall rr-v teeive per hoar, pumpers 1/14, arvd greasers, trimmers, and cleaners 1/, pre ference for «mpl&lt;?yment to be given, toj Unionists* j
CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
■•^CONSTOTIJTION. tAdutt suSrage ffor the Legislative ' t&e phject of its ulti "iBale abbEtion. 'c proraiaoiis. ■.' ■ ~-■■- - j'-V.i-''- ' :j_ oh. the Sacs of] fthe; Gowmment. to ce adoser ^etdenierit^ and es 'xjn the vaixiation. ac b£,;$he owner for . taxation s|»o%jar 'caat.' . :f t , of ATtomwit : Mieaiatian of Crown uof;' Absentees., to'Worfoers to. buld . tomes r tliemseJYesontliclines ' cf die 3*^iDbs.*4brSetaers Act. . •, '■ INIM^STEIAL. •-» spry J&ibttiationvBOL Inspection'BilL ••• • ^mwulmmt of Workmen's Lieas Act. i^ij^ntteiuiment of Workmen's Comrensa ' ^SSktBBxam] Wage «f Sj .per dav ; for k ^ Aflnlt: JSales employed by State'''dr. -^■fe oc State-tkmtracts. - - --r-. -C A ^ PUBLIC WORKS, f f. JSstaihlishment of Graving:- Dock. , ' b£lic.-0»)^ts1]ip and - Control of sdl -jS^pays -and Tramways. .i - - £cmseEK3don.-pf Murray River ■ ..Vfeteis] &lt;- ."^M-'-fiadgation and ifev^ation : SStebsiaiiof 'ithe^State Export; De Btate/thraership -of Wbarces. ■...
SUBSTITUTE FOR COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
SUBSTITUTE FOB COAL. Some time ago Mr. G. W. Shearing pa tested a process for the manufacture of a fuel to take the place of coal? and during the past few days has submitted samples for testing purposes to local factories, and so far as could be judged from the small quantity tried, the test was of a satisfac tory nature; and there is little doubt that for mam' purposes the fuel will prove of value. Mr. Shearing claims for his pa tent all the virtues of tbe Newcastle best coal, and has no v.' secured premises in Hindmarsh for the manufacture of the article, and in a few days he will be in a position to supply large quantities. The stuff is comprised of furnace ashes mixed ■with tar, pitch, and sawdust com pressed together in lumps the size of an ordinary brick. A good deal of interest is being taken locally in the product, and if it proves as good as the patentee claims for it a solution of the coal pro blem may have been found. It is in teresting to note that several manufac turers...
BROMPTON PUGHOLES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
BROMPTON PUGHOLES. Our Hindinarsh correspondent writes:—The daflgrerous condition of the numerous pugiioles in and around Brompton has long been a source of controversy in the district, and the local branch of the Labor Party and other organisations have time and again called the attention of the Hind marsh Town Council to the state of affairs. A by-law restricting the ap proach of pug-holes to within several feet of the footpaths has in many in stances been ignored, and it is rea :ised that the existing state of affairs is a serious menace to life and pro perty. In some cases only a paling fence, and in others not even this safeguard, has been provided as- pro tection against accident. The local! council at a recent meeting decided! to take action, arid instructed the works committee to inspect the pug holes throughout the municipality. This committee is now busy investi gating, and will report ■ to the next meeting of the council. Residents feel that some strong action is neces sa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
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CONSERVATIVE'S COMPLIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
CONSERVATIVE'S ■ COMPLIMENT. After an election meeting' at Magill last week, at which. Messrs. Klauer, Styles, and Wilson, Labor candidates for the Legislative Council, were lie speakers, a gentleman who was well known as a strong Conservative stated that a comparison between the Labor and Ministerial candidates for the Central Division, was all in favor of the former. He strongly regretted that the gentlemen who supported his side of politics were not more up-to date than they were.
"BETTER EARLY THAN LATE." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
"BETTER EARLY THAN LATE.' A few minutes before proceedings were begun ill the Local Court yes terday morning, a young: man walked hurriedly into the Courtroom, and asked excitedly if his name had been called in the list of cases that morn ing-. "Well, the Court does not open until 10.30," replied one of the offi cials. "Thanks," replied the young man with an apparent air of ratisfac tion, "I came all the way from Queens land, and didn't* want to be late or to get ten days." "Quite right," con-, turned the officer, "and which is your case ?" The young man gave the names of the parties, and a search re vealed the fact that it was not set down for hearing until March 23. This caused considerable surprise to the anxious ' litigant, but he repeated his remark that he did not want to be late. That he had arrived from.the northern State a week earlier than was necessary did not seem to cause him any annoyance.
A DISASTROUS TROLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910
A DISASTROUS TROLLY. Last evening-,• about 5.30 o'clock, a pair of horses attached to a trolly bolted out of the General Post Office yard, and turning- in the direction of Victoria square, came into collision with a telegraph pole. Considerable damag-e was done to the trolly, but for tunately nobody was injured. It is stated that the horses and trolly were those that caused the death of a line mac a few days ago.