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THE FUSION AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

THE FUSION AGREEMENT. The Conservative organ in urging' the electors to vote in favor of em bodying the financial agreement (which is not a true agreement) in the Fedeiai Constitution for all tuvie makes use of some ward reasoning. It says:—"First, it is well to remem ber that the- Premiers* agreement if ratified by the electors will not neces sarily be binding for all time. It may be varied whenever the commonsense of the Australian people shall demand a constitutional change; but the value of the arrangement in relation to a permanent guarantee to the Stages is that it prevents an alteration which might be revolutionary and disastrous from being effected by a chance, ca pricious, or. logrolling- Parliament." This argument is dreadfully thin; quite emaciated in fact-. It is true that an affirmative vote at the referendum will not necessarily be binding for all time, but experience should have shown the electors the tremendous dif ficulty of taking anything out of the Constitution; ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STATE COAL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

STATE COAL MINE. ) In the course of an address to elec ' tors in the Hindmarsh Town Hall on | Tuesday evening, Mr. - J. P. Wilson, ; candidate for the Central Division of j tiie Legislative Council, referred to the ! action of the Upper House in throwing ; out the State Coal Mines Bill in igoS. | He said the Price Government had con i sidered the position of the coal supply j to be unjust to the taxpayers of South ! Australia, and so, with die assistance I of the Labor Party and a majority of i the members of the House of Assem bly,. had parsed and sent to the Legis lative Council for ratification a Bill providing for the purchase of a coal jiiine in New South Wales. Besides the reports from, local State officials, opi nions about the ' mine were obtained from leading experts in New South Wales, which bore out the vendor s statements that the property was an excellent one. The Government of South Australia were at the time pay ing- 17/ a^ton, and knew if they had a mine of their own...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOUSE HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

HOUSE HUNTING. Only those who have found it neces sary to go house bunting in the city and suburbs during the past few mouths will possibly fully appreciate i the position of two parties in the Local' Court yesterday. They were proceeded against by the owners of houses to recover possession. In one case the woman, with a baby in her arms, tear fully admitted having received notice to quit several weeks ago, but stated I that she was unable to obtain another house. She had spent a good deal of j time looking for a place; her ^usban.'-j was working out of town, and could1 not forsake his job to join in the hunt' for a house. It was owing to his want of employment some time ago that she had fallen slightly in arrears with the rent. In another case a woman with six children had been notified that the owner required possession of the house. She was similarly situated to the other poor soul with respect to getting a house. In each case, how ever, the Court ordered that the rents due shoul...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM. Day after day tbe conditions of the labor market remain unchanged. The numbers of unemployed show no signs of decreasing, and tbe situation is growing seiious. When a man is out of work and the money has ceased to come in the high cost of living that prevails at present is a matter of grave concern. The unemployed met on Wednesday morning to discuss the ad visability of taking steps to alleviate the trouble. In response to the ad vertisement in "The Daily Herald," a good number of seekers after work in tended, and Messrs. R. P. Blundell and Thompson Green addressed rue gathering. The speakers denounced tbe intention of the Government to pro mote an extensive immigration scheme. The immigrants would no doubt be drawn largely from the ranks of the English unemployed, who when they arrived in Australia would | be in such poor circumstances r thatj they might be willing to - ork for a' low wage. The opinion of the trie ing was that immigration on the line5; proposed ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AN OPPONENT'S TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

AN OPPONENT'S TESTIMONY. "We have many hard things said of us, and we are called all sozxs of names as Labor men," said Mr. Coneybeer at his meeting at Rose Park the other night, "and it is quite a refreshing change to read the kind remarks of a Conservative opponent. Speaking at a banquet some lime ago. Lord Ons low (late Governor of New Zealand) said, referring to the Labor Party and the Labor question, 'He had seen the solidarity of Labor and working men exhibiting their loyalty to each other when tried by the pinch of hunger. He had seen their determination to be represented in Parliament by some of their own mates. He had noticed the difference between the true represen tative of the people and the would-be champion of the working men, and had found the former to be conscientious, honest men. with a grave sense of their responsibility, and a sincere desire to do their duty. He'had no fear for the future of the Empire, because these men would take a share in shaping it. Labor re...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHICKENS COME HOME TO ROOST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

CHICKENS COME HOME TO ROOST. We want no colored race problem in Australia. There is trouble in store for America, and the fault, lies with those -.vho captured slaves in Africa and transported them to the States in the early stages of American history. In Alabama there is a colored lady who is the mother of 26 children, all alive, and all built (says the "Chicagro Tri bune") on the Jack Johnson principle. The dominant factor of American his tory will be these people. In spite of every effort to keep them in subjection, slowly but surely they are eating their way into commercial life and all other branches' of industry

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE LATE MR. SKENE. MELBOURNE. March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

THE T,ATE ME. SKENE. MELBOCBNE. March 16. i The remains of the late Mr. Thomas! Skene, who was' a candidate for the Sen-1 'ate, and who died yesterday, were inter-! led in the Brighton Cemetery to-day.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPPOSED SUICIDE. DENTIST'S BODY FOUND. SYDNEY, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

SUPPOSED SUICIDE. ;BEN^ra;?dDY S^ODSTD.' - 'i.*2 "•.:. 'SIDNEY, March 16. i The body of Beguiald Alhan Homsey, a dentist, was lovmd iii the garden of bis ' vresidence at Gulgong, witha bullet hole . "behind his right ear. . - Itissupposed that .lie committed suicide, but no cause can be assigned for the deed, as he was' in good fceatyh.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

Late Advertisements. TOEREKS FOOTBALL CLUB, j The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be held I ,iat the Hindmarsfa Twa Hall TONIGHT. Ballot from 7 o'clock to 8.20. Meetiog fit 8J0. Business-r-Alteration of Rules, Jfe^tfl and Balanre Sheet, and general Iwrfness, Adnasaon by Ticket only. Members <vtio save •jot Tcceiwed tutets obtain same from Hon. ..Secretary at. door. JSo ptamping. ' BICAL PROGRAMME. J. A5TDEEXTS, Won. Secretary.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO OUR READERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

TO OUR READERS AND ADVERTISERS. We trust that our readers will care fully note our advertising: ulumns .1i assist 'hose who assist us. Ly cc-.ji;rig with these particular firm.-. 1 he paper should be your shopping jruide, -o far as it goes. Traders should re- ognise that (he workers are the fain -upport of trade, as of industry, a.id tfa.-h their great body of custom through the workers' paper.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BEQUESTS DECLARED VALID. HIGH COURT'S DECISION. MELBOURNE, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

BEQUESTS DECLARED VALID. HIGH COUET'S DECISION. MELBOURNE, March 16. The High Court delivered judgment to -day, that the bequests, amounting ap proximately to £24,000 for scientific xe .search and charitable purposes, made un der the will of the late Mr. James Ralston^ ^ of Tasmania, were valid.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LIBEL ACTION. SWINBURNE VERSUS THE "AGE." APPEAL DISMISSED. MELBOURNE, March I6. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

LIBEL ACTION. SWINBURNE VERSUS THE "AGE." APPEAL TVTRMTfigwn _ .. MELBOURKE, March IS. ■ in. tne appeal m the Swinburne veisus Sfae jN®. • action, the High Oourt Itas dismissed- the -case xdth costs by a ^majority-of 4to L "Mr. Justice Isaacs dissented aqm his colleagues.

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BONALD-HARPER CONSPIRACY. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN HARPER AND HILL. MELBOURNE, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

BONALD-HAEPEB CONSPIRACY. coehespondence between HAKPEB Aivb TTTT.T. MELBOURNE, March 16. me-eaBspLraey ease arising out of thej Jtonald-Sarper action was continued to-; day. " ! Mr, Morris, «n accountant, who exa mined Messrs. Brockett and Kemps' books, under the direction of the Crown, said that fee books were very primitive and kept in a slovenly manner. ] A number of letters between Messrs. Harper and Hill were read in court. In Uieiu Hill pressed lor an interview in or tlex to settle the xmderstjmcling. Harper replied, denying the understanding, and rtixerring -Hill to Davis and CampbelL jSLill again replied, staling that lie de Sired not to have any dealing with Davis and Campbell, who were opposed to him from tfie first. A statement from Harper made to Davis and Campbell, with refer ence to Hill's claim, stated that Hill came to him prior to the lionald action, declar ing his desire to assist Harper against Honald for the sake of justce, as Bonald was the worst man in Melbour...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ST. PATRICK'S EVE. ANNUAL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

:! ASSUAL SoCtM.. : ^The annual, social of the members of the United Irish League, in celebration ol a. Patrick's Eve, was hold laEt even ieginrthe Old Exchange CAfe, J?irie "street. There was a large attendance, and-Str. P. Healy (President of the league) occupied the chair: The, Hon. P. McM. Glynn proposed The Day <*elebrate.- ' 13ie sods'^ treK"! were to be found - in 'all parts of, the hybrid, And "they -could : to have ■taken animportant part in . the poiities of the warli. the land sys temoflrelandand its effect, and Yeferred tpjthe aims and objects of Irish xiation alinn, which wert; to ch-t the idisihte •gratifMLeffects of modprfi -conditions. . JhCToast was ehthUsiastieaU} honored, I'Mr. jJ). O'Sullivaa responded. - Sever since •Jrallon'i J'arliament had Ireland's conditio®, be&n so prosperous, indepen dent, Sfeli-*eliant : or so -near "the goal of their ambition as ai the present. Still, .mAnstpalia thelrish were second to none i ia^helr.manifestationof ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BARMAN ARRESTED. NUMBER OF THEFTS SOLVED. MELBOURNE, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

BARMAN ARRESTED. NUMBER OP TffiEFJS SOLVED, -v . ■ MSttBOURNE. Wawi» ir ■py thearrest w a "barman named ISmest Manvnie, the police believe that they have solved a number fcf. thefts. •

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ELECTED MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

ELECTED MBMBBBS. '• Mx. W. Q. Archibald is best known .as a Labor %wtinher of the State House of Assembly for the" District of Port Ade laide sinee JB33, and->his record s an. ad miraijlfione. y J^resentaiive Pojoitan has been a member of the.House'of Bepresentafcives in <&£ Lafcor interests since its establish ment, and previous to that was a. member J of thi State Legislature since 1893. i The Hon. P. McM. Glynn has been At-1 tomey_-General inthe JJeakrn administra tion since Jane of last year. He entered the House of Assembly in' 1887, bat was defeated three years later. Xa 1897 he again won a seat in the House of As sembly, and was Attorney-Genera] in thg: shortlived Solomon Ministry of 1899. He *yasa TiTCmba: of the Convention wbichi framed the Federal' Constitution in 1397-3. • In 1901 lie was elected to the House of Representatives, and. has since retained his seat, :

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DECLARATION OF THE POLL HINDMARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

DECLAEA330N" OF THE Pnr.T, HINDMJlSSH. Mr- 3. ~Formby decjared the poll in the Port Adelaide Town Sail on Wednesday afternoon, in the presence of fottr elec tors. Se aimouneefl that Mr. ArfhihaiM tad. "been elected wEhout opposition. Representative - ArchiDald moved a *ote tST thSanks to the returning officer. "He thanked the electors of the Division of Hind marsh for. the honor they had conferred upon him in electing Wim on opposed as a member of the House of Representatives. Australia could boast of having the most IiDeral Constitution in Cue world. Every effort had been made by those who built uf> the -Consti tution to ensure that it voiced the man hood and womanhood of Australia in ehe making of the laws under which they lived, and it would therefore be a mat ter for sincere regret if on this occasion their privileges were not fully exer cised. hoped the State Premier would soon be speedily restored to health, and he regrette dhis illness. Mr. Formhy, in acknowledging the vot...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GREY. (One member required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

GEEZ. ' '^Gtoe Biember required.) Hatunung officer, Mr. S. Kealley. , POYHTQN, Alexander, 'WMnham^Etreet^ SSfeoyi agent {A.)*, elected. J

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WAKEFIELD. (One member required.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

WAKEFIELD. ■" . {One member xeqaizedi) .Bfitornaig.officer, Mr. H. C. Bundle. . 3?C>STEHi Eiehard Witty, Winchester] street,; St. Peters, farmer (A.)- ' '.'HOBSE, : .'Chaiies Andrew, Esmond street, Hyde Park,, on± of business <A_>. VAIftiUiS,- John Howard," Wellington road, Mayiand^Boliciior (L.).

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POINTS FOR ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Herald — 17 March 1910

POINTS FOB ELECTORS. " A full franchise for the Legislative Council is the key to all reforms. The policy of the Fusion Party is only to defeat Labor. If they are per mitted to do • this what would their next move be? The House of Assembly represents the people; the Legislative Council is controlled by the so-called National League. Which should rule? Will th6 electors be content always to go humbly^eap in hand, to a privi leged class to ask for Reforms which it is their right to deqiand? "I ivouJd rather give tip the Fusion than spoil th efranchise by giving the poor a vote," said a member of the Farmers' Political Union a few weeks ago. | Whatever others may do, 1 every worker-of every grade should vote only ifor franchise reformers. The only [franchise reformers are the Labor Party. If the Legislative Council persists in throwing- out progressive measures passed by the Assembly,'-which should go, the People's House or the Pro perty House? The first duty of the elector is to the S...

Publication Title: Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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